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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Guaranteed Circulation 5226 LAST EDIT THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR YEAR SANDTJSKY OHIO SATURDAY, JANUARY 28 KUMBEB Released On Her Own Recogni- zance But Can't See Hus- band or Children. COMPROMISE REACHED; PROSECUTION MAY END Millionaire Files Suit For Di- vorce and tlement Is Sought. WHEELING, W, Va.. Jan. Mrs. Laura Fransworth Schenk alleged poisoner of her husband, John O. Schenk, was today releas- ed on her own recognizance until the March term of circuit court 'but a restraining order was also Issued against her visiting her is. land home or seeing her husband and children. This was the com- promise reached by Mrs. Schenk's attorneys and Prosecutor Handlan, who allowed the release of Mrs. Schenk to be granted without pro- test. When the first application was made by Mrs. Schenk's attorneys to Tiave the bail reduced Prosecutor Hnndlan objected but after the order against her visiting her home was granted he asked Judge Jordan that Mrs. Schenft be released. Mrs. Schenk left the jail as soon as the order was granted with her two attorneys in an automobile. She _said_shE_Jiad no plans for the future as the sudden release had come unex- pectedly. After bidding goodbye to the jail at- taches, Mrs Schenk was taken in At- torney to the home of-Mrs. John A Lasch, an inti- mate friend, who testified in her be- half Mrs. Lasch greeted Mrs. Schenk affectionately and said she could stay with her as long as she wished. Mrs. Schenk's law; ers will likely confer with Prosecutor Handlan, whose law firm filed a divorce peti- tion for John O. Schenk today in an effort to agree on the amount of ali- mony to be given Mrs. Schenk while 1he case is pending. In event of a disagreement the matter will be taken up in the court next Satuiday. The grounds alleged in Schenk's petition are not yet given out. Prosecutor Handlaa protested today against the alleged ill-treatment of Juror Heyman, who is being criticized severely for holding out for conviction in the trial Judge Jordan sard "He would investigate the Before the suit was filed, Attorney Frank O'Brien of the defense said that an attempt would be made to force Schenk to take his wife back, or at least to give her the custody of the children. The millionaire meat pack- er by the law of the state will have to pay the cost of his wife's defense on the charge of having tried to kill him, and this will amount to at least He declares he will not pay a cent to her or her lawyers Mrs. Schenk sajs she is confident of an acquttte.1 if a second trial is held and that, she believes that there will be no further prosecution. BLYRIA, 0, Jan. within a few miles of each other in England, boyhood chums and close fi Sends all thiough life, Richard Baker and Rev. John Gouxh died within three hours of each other. They were 93 years of SAULT STE MARIE, Jan. 28 Three were Killed today ,ind one ser- iously injured by thr premature ex- plosion of duiajmte in the Helen Iron imnp in the Ontaiio dis- trict. The is unknown Jan. 28 FRENCHMAN FLIES 367 MILES, AND NOW K WORLD'S CHAMPION DURATION AVIATOR MAYOR. OF DANVILLE TO FIGURE IN PROBE His Chances For Second Term Given Set-back By New League. MUCH DEPENDS UPON HIM Politicians is Rcnoin- ination is Olain but Re- election is Anothe Matter, Maurice Tabuteau is the champio n duration flyer of the world. Henry Farman held the record in 1909, having made a flight of 150 in four hours and seventeen minutes. By this flight Farman won the Jlichelin cup. This cup is awarded annually, with a prize of J-1.000, to the aviator making the longest sustained flight during the year. Tabuteau heat the world's record in October last by flyl ng 288 miles He was not satisfied, can, league. The dangei however, as Farman and others were preparing to contest his record. So he went out and covered within a fraction of 367 miles in seven hours and forty-five minutes. UP 10 DA.LZELL Senator Yount Will Introduce Measure to Regulate Tel- ephones in State. COMMISSION IS PROVIDED Consolidation Deals, Rates, In- stallation of new Plants, Etc, to be Controlled, THE WEATHER Forecast-__Fair polder tonight WASHINGTON, Jan. ident Taft's tariff commicsion bill will be brought onto the floor of the hotre when Representative Dalzell, chairman of the commit- tee on results, thinks the situation apropos for its adoption which, according to Dalzell's statement today, will probably he Monday. WASHINGTON', D C Jan. 28 William H Taft's chances for a sec- ond term as president have been giv- en a substantial setback by the or- ganization ofjhe piogiessive republi- _ to Mr Taft. as his friends now advise him, is not m connection with the nomination Barring unexpected developments, he' will land that But the concerted op-1 position within his own party, back-1 ed by a shrevvdij conducted organiza- i Danuillo Inrino Finrfe Tnn Mnrh jtion, is bound to make his e'ection! r IPOS I 00 MUCH I improbable. Without Senator Bonnie's Salvation Army, as TVppw rails flip Mayor Louis Platt Sunday fair new league, Mr. Taft had troubles Temperature at 7 a. m, 34 de- enough in facing re-election. But grees. this is likely, so Mr. Taft is advised, Temperature one ago 31 to break the camel's back. degrees. Sun rises Sunday at 6.15 a. m, and sets at p. m.: rises Mon- Probe Evidence is Being Published. DANVILLE. Ill, Jan gation of traffic in votes in Vernill-1 The members of the league com- monly disclaim any direct intention tc undermine Mr Taft. Persons in Wash-1 mons foi all the Chicago newspauei ion countv resolved itself into sum- i THE CANADIAN PACT Put on Free List BY pulp, news print paper, grams, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, nsh, live stock, cottonseed oil. tin plates. Amer- icans to be permitted to fish in Canadian waters for nominal li- cense fee. BY UNITED pulp, news print paper, grain, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, fish, live stock, rough lumber, tin plates, barbed wire fencing, mica. Duty Lowered BY food products, such as canned goods, cereal preparations, etc., agricul- tural implements, motor vehicles, cutlery, leather gocds, plate glass, ccal to 45 cents per ton. cement to 11 cents per 100 pounds. EY UNITED ondary food products, motsr ve- hicles, cutlery, leather goods, plate glass, iron ore to 10 cents per ton. aluminum products, dressed lumber. The Money Effect. in duties to be re- 1 milted by United States. in duties to be re- mitted by Camda. United Staes makes free arti- cles valued at Canada makes free articles valued at United States reduces dirties on articles worth Canada reduces duties on ar- ticles valued at Value of articles imported in United STes affected, 000. Value of articles imported in Canada affected. Value of articles imported In United at full rates, 003. Value of art.cles imoorted in Canada at full 198003. Some Favor Removal of Duty While Others See Industry Threatened by Change. FOOD STUFF BUYERS WOULD BE BENEFITED Trade With Pelee Island and North Shore Might also be Increased Materially For several reasons Sandusky is especially interested in the Ca- nadian ficipnctti agreement, tent to congress by p, esident Taft for ratification. Those most directly interested, pert-aos. are the fijhw- men and fish dealers for the rea- son that the agreement the duty on fish and also that Americans may fish in Ca- nadian waters upon the payment of a nominal license fee. Asiiie from the fish interests, how. ever. is so dose to the bord- er fiat there are other trade toasid- leiations Pelee island in Canadian tnntery. looks to Sandus- as a buji'ig point and the trade would he much more extensive duties removed or greatly :jdu'ed Not onh this, but the dally btat service to Detroit nuts Sandos- In direct with Canada. The new asrrempnt would, it is te- ,lieved. leduce food prices to extent and theieby cut down tha "high cost of living." For iy at G-44 a. m., and sets at 4.45 j ington who aie connected with it say that it is intended to affect Mr Taft p. m (standard time Maximum wind velocity for 24 only as its principles aie not upheld hours ending at noon today 26 I by Mr Taft. A prominent insurgent miles northwest at 11-45 Friday savs that the effect upon Mr Taft how strong he is Yet when anyone dePend with the people down by at least six or seven votes." Mr. Premer would not Bay on what he based his strong assertion, but seemed to think that it was up to the of them is pinned down, ho will ad- mit that the practical effect can be nothing else than the production of embarrassment for Taft in 1912. Quite likely the probability of Taft's defeat in event of his nom- Troops to Aircst Repnuliciin Members. COLDMBUS, Jan. Yount, of Greenville, will introduce the_bill_in the, senate Monday night for tie regulation and control of telephone companies in Ohio. White the full Itext of the pro- posed measure has not been pre- pared enough has been completed to show that it will he drastic in its pro- visions and go beyond the Elson bill of the last session. The measure will primarily pro- vide for the appointment of a com- mission of three members to be appointed by the governor, not more than two of whom shall be of the same political party. This'' commis- sion will serve for three years and have complete charge of the tele- phone industry in the state. At the expiration of the time of appointment tlie work which thev have to do will revert to the railroad commission unless in the meantime a public utilities not orcler out to ald sion has been created. In the eventltfle democrats in anestmg republi- of such an enactment the handling can senators but rath-r would order of the telephone business will out protect the lepublicans mediatelv go to the public utilities commission without the intervention of a sepaiate law. ALBANY, N Y Jan. 28.-The dead- The commission will have complete; lock in the New York senatoiial bal- charge of the rates which tele lotlng is stlll on Wm s shee. phone companies may charge Tammany choice still in the will likewise have under its control the matter of mergers between com- panies, the installation of plants, the stringing or fore a new comi: the commission democratic members of the house to I (nation is one of the things upon follow the lead of the republican mem- which the league depends for strength its bei's last year in defeating the bill. WARRING LEGISLATORS NOW NEAR AGREEMENT in securing a nominee of its own choice The stiength of the organi- zation at the beginning, In other words, would appear to rest in its power in its to back power to rather than take conti ol. As one of the friends of the presi- Gotcnor Sajs He TVon't Call Out! dent admits, it is difficult to tell what men who aie theie to "cover" story, to appear before jurv. supposedly to tell source they have gained mation on which their fetorie been based Judge Kimbrough said there seem- ed to be a decided leak somewhere, as the stoi ies published had gh en what purpoited to be the happenings before the grand jury. CHARLESTON, W. Va Jan 28 The pioposition submitted to the democratic senators by the 15 refugee republican senators who tefused to enter the upper house and allow that body to organize had early today been practically agreed to by all the democratic state senators although for a time last night it looked as ifj the troops would have to he called out and an attempt to impeach the governor was. threatened Governor Glasscock stated that he ROASTED OftTBICH OMELET FEAST FOK T. K. PHOENIX, Ariz., Jan. royal time is promised Col. Roosevelt when he visits this city in March. Hts will be entertained at one of the most uni- que breakfasts ever served. The meal will consist of an ostrich omelet and roast os'iich and will be served on a year may bring foith the praiiie with over people sit- Undoubtedly Mr Taft apnreciates! tiug (loan to the feed. the effect of this movement upon his own prospects. It can haidb do oth- er than trouble him No one is quick- er than himself to acknowledge that he is a poor politician, but no one ap- parently cares less about acquiring political wisdom. TOLEDO, 0.. Jan Hol- forooK BIfna. will star next season in a plai written by Mnvor Whitlock was announced at the office of Wm Brady in New York, according to a dispatch received here. Glass Manufacturers Present Demands to Workers at Cleveland Conference Today TRUST SLASHING PRICES Hand-Working Concerns Now Operating at a Loss, They Claim, Seek Relief, Flood of Ballots Certain to Come in and the Work of This week May a Long way TowardUetermin- ing the Winners. mittuE m> of noles the CANTON. Jan 2S-B-.E.- Tti-', wtirMo etc' Be tolirteen !ears who "n W did offer companv can be formed 'rom olt> a month Journal's Ei't a few hours temain foi ,on in worked before and the event is right vviic'i to take advantage of that splen- now m its exciting and most of Double Votes in The Star- crucial stage. some of the daik pass upon its qualifications and decide whether or not it shall be admitted to the state. "I am nositive as I be that the Dean b'll amending the PjTe local option law will be defeated on the] door of {be said Representa- tive Freiner, of Vipton countv, "It rested in Youngstovvn, will be sent to night the Home of the Good Shepherd Cleveland. nal's Babj Contest, for the offer of this race are ?ectivc until 9 t0' for8e to the fiont and to loom up as BBLIjEFOXTAINB 0, At a meeting of vetfniio of Logan1 be rrnorted out bv the temper- counts, hrrp, the Sullowni pension, once committee 'fiat is what we bill was unanimously endorsed andiwnnt We to defeat it on th? -P stiong possibilities The con- I jsverynouy wno is at an interested test manager jcsterdav had a talk I in this race is working as they never with the mother of one" of the babies ,in this lace Utt'e or nothing had I been done for the baby; its campaign iwfls_at a standstill The contest man- ager pieacbed a little sermon of am- POLICE OF ALL CITIES SEAECHING FOB IS MYSTEEY. tpfegrams wpio -sent Senators Dick end Burton, urging them to vote for it floor of ihc house. "I that the hill, If present- ed to the house would be XEW YORK, Jan the re- tuin from Pans todiiv of -I W. Ar- nold, bi other of Mis.s Dorothj ArnoH the of F. B. Ainold. miiiio i oire. has been missing from her home since Dec 12. it developed thit tne Familv has "r the Kill brother went abroad to search for the gone been secreth huntir; for some time Tr.e York asked ought a girl over from New nigM did vou do the other I pretended that a woman hail f'Ttod Tiiv car and the n nd a wifcw. REV. ROSS W. SANDERSON. Th? movement to bring about the (loams of th'1 rimers' windows at ua Sundavs, as announced in Fndav's Stai-Jomnal, has quickly taken definite form The p.isiors ot i u'u Protestant churches of thecitj, o hav an informal organization, panKd committee consisting p.ev HIS? W Sanderson, of ti t church, and the 1 i'sh of St Stephen's church. 1 ,ifter inattei. iid.iv petitions were prepared v'l.ib v, ill be handed out in in hrs Mindav far signatures. announced that these c'i M'nks would be furnished M clnncli in the citv. upon mil to anv labor or other nr to individuals, to be elrnh itrd. It is hoped by those hack the movement tliat several thousand a ran be secured. Tfc( now In the iro the Trinitv Salem Evangelical, German ed. St Stephen's and tte __ Baptist. f The petitions, when sifitd. sen! to the departiaeit ac follows- "We. the undenlgKi, IWDf' unnecesjan- that the dows should it W office on ___ a We tvei e peotttft IN SPA PERI Si EW SPA PERI   

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