Sandusky Star Journal, February 1, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio 6uaranteed Circulation 5226 EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1911 NUMBER 97 THE WEATHER First Vote Was Taken Wednes- day Afterngon on Municipal Option Measure. HIGH COST OF LIVING QUESTION TAKEN UP Forecast Ram or snow tonight or Thursday tonight colder bv Ihuisdiv afternom Temperature at 7 a m 2j de gi es Temperature one ago 11 v degrees bin i Ihmsdu it 11 a m ind setb ai -l 4 t p m (standard unit) M uimum wind for pndmt; at noon 10 n u udotk nesday mofning NEW TRADE AGREEMENT TO RECEIVE CAREFUL CONSIDERATION AT HANDS OF CONGRESSIONAL WATS AND MEANS COMMITTO NOW COMES THE TEST Thurbddv be giound hug and the weather sharks are anuoislv awaiting he divr- in oidei that detei nine wh tl'rr i is to end 01 Is 0 I t ill UO fO IX V t i e the i th of the g mind hog i it, shalon 11 uow pene all tunside ed i joke v ei tie Die lr in it e Olbiivei Nininio s if i ot n u h intei sted in he New Bill to Be Offered To Reg- ulate Cold Stoiage Con- cerns in the State English Court Railroads Anar- chist Correspondent To Prison for Year NO CHANCE FOR A DEFENSE Man Who Told Story of King George's Alleged Moiganat- ic Maniage Denied Rights LONDON Teb EC uirrt London correspondent of the 1 tor the Annchistic papei pnhl in Pans charged with libeling 1 ing George m i r ntmg the stor> that m 1890 he had conti a morcanatic mairiage with a dai bhtei of Admnal Sejmour was gntn i tion when placed 01 COLUMBUS O Feb 1 Dean bill providing for nuntci pal option on the liquor question regardless of the results of a county option election camp up for vote in the senate at 2 p m today Indications were that it would pass by a big majority The i eal hght will come in the house wheie. Loth sides ire claming the ucton The Anti Saloon rilly closed with predictions of dis aster foi Goveinoi Harmon as i pres idential candidate and the defeat of the democratic paity in Ohio in case the bill is made a 1 iw John B I eunon tieasuier of the Ameiitan 1 ederation of Laboi not onlj ippudiited all connection be twecn the 1 iboi ind liquor elements in legislation but declared that un less Haimon stood true to people arid aguiibt the Dean bill 1 e could bt elected pios dent Foimei noi R W Glenn of North Carolina concluded the con with a temperance le hue The high cost-of to be igitaTed again as Deiton of Lucas a b'H for introduction that loposps to (pgilate tie mid sterile co crns in such i u i> to pre on them fi om behii, used for the of food It pio Mde-fa tint loort aiticle 1 ft for more than thutv in h a s ot age 111 SP shill be m matin il pack ages ind beii libels showing 'he dite it was placed thei-3 and i tate ipent as to its condition at tl e hme No such aiticles of sto a3e si> 11 be kept in such storage liouse foi more thin mon bs without be ot th71 stit dn V and food commissionei and nten lib per mission shall not lie sufficient o keep the goods in storage continuously toi more than months The state fo d co minis15! oner PI d his agents are o i e en f et access to all such stoiage concerns whe i ever thev ask to be admitted in ordei to see that the law is not bemfe o lated The transfei or goods fiom one torigp house to another to e the law is foi bidden The ict applies to all and beveiaeto exce] t to malt or distilled liquo P lie penaltv for is a fine if fiom 0 to 01 mpnsonmeiU irom thirU dais to one- ni bn the semte had the Dean bill up in the house the Reynolds non par tiean mdiciarj bill was for Ohio as assistant secretary of thejin passage tenor and Charles A ing Mjllus from thp moment thp trial opened was conceded to have no chance to savp himself A jur was picked that was known to be favor able to the crown Mvhus at tempted to conduct his own deiense met onh with refills to ill The court refused to return his private correspondence that had been seiz ed refused bis denand thit the km? i Tells of Dischaige of Girl After Money Was Found Miss- ing Fi om Drawer OTHERS ALSO Men, Also, Will Support The Agreement. CHANCE OF EXTRA SESSION Brown of Nebraska Declares Forced Unless Big Bills Pass, Independents Ready to Close Up, But Insist Upon a "Square Deal" YOUNT'S BILL OFFERED TO LEGALIZE PROJECT Belrf That Ohio Plants, Includ- nv Sandusky's Would BeTiKenCKer HAD ACCESS i Defense in Unusual Suit Fn Piove Looe Bus mess Methods, in Office STARJOURNAL BUREAU Munsej Building W4SHING10N Feb 1 Ohio be present under 'he law re democrats have at last found one quiring that the accused lie faced by thmg on whlch to agtee Thpy are the accuser and Ho deni'd light unanimously m favor of the Canadian to ask the jmors if thev could return reclprocrty progiam and can be de an impartial verdict A pr ,on pended upon to vote solldl f th enre of one veu imposed upon measure m the house ,hen the tlme him After Mvhus hid been sentenced a letter signed b> the king was reai comes to the court den) ing publicly that any marriage as stated in the Libera tor had taken place and saying that the reason the king did not appear at the trial was because he was ad vibed against it bj law officers The absence of a defense by Mylius Not only the Ohio democrats how ever are In favor of reciprocity V number of republicans from the Buck eyer state intend to back the admmia tration in its effort to pass the re cipiocity agreement this session There are a few Ohio republicans bow ever who drt kindb to reciprocity was explair d hj him on the ground but at thls time thej refU8e to Com that the absence of the king made it mit themselves one wa> or the other possible for him to present his caselgo far the following Ohio congress men expressed themselves in fa Indisputable pi oof would have been vor of reciproclt> Holland Cassidy no avail anj -nay I had aiAnsberiv Sherwood Ashbrook Den chance he added OHIOAAS WASHINGTON Feb senate this aftemoou confirmed GeoigePuch ver Cox and Douglas Cole and Tailor are reti cent on the subject Cole has rit ten to a number of his constituents asking their opinions and is carefullj reading the sentiments printed in the CONTESTANTS ARE TO BE NOTED TOY Process of Elimination In Grand Prize Baby Contest In Order to Give a Fair and Ooen Field to Workers. EximmaMin n 1 c -v mi i i on of Chiil b Li un foi n i n in i LI of the Local itl t u i t i n u t H 1 e m its suit igai I >bn il a ilau on i ins t o I i p -nt oiliv nil f A ii i 'is; in the c 113H pit i >i i vs thit after the thu MOHV wj mis i Mi im A i al l (it 11 t f i t exchine? Oucio 1 e admit ed thit it least peisii including hinbelf had act ss to th diawpr Ihiougb Bionn and othei tht defense 1n-> been jiove that aff'' of he c j n p w innu Jin the office of the eoujnnv in 1 when the occinel Cu given Tuesdav aftPrnoon that no method of determining daih bal mce of the concern at that time exist ed WK thn third of the t nl and jt was expected that the te tmiom ftould be completed in the af .ernoon and the of the at begun The case is be ng hotlj contested Much time has been spent n the Introduction and explanation of Jie receipts and books of the company proposed consolidation of the Bell and Independent tele phone interests all over the coun try w M not go through -he independents are promised a square deil by J P Morgan v-ho s engmeerirg the deal ae- ccra ng to President FraiT, il of the National Inatpen dent Telephone Assooatior to div n conferenc" n Yo K w th t e Bell interests cor cerr rg a merce i on nt E he nde fi i t it ipn oir rrvoit t 1 be looived oxer s (o i odn i e i t 01 i u 3 o -i lie ila-sh rg c i s i on us bu e il mt i s i nre ?nd Mil fls; L t le ttei end cor it e H ne in torn ident mtT-ort r ATI nf tht telei hope mergei hill in tot 'iture Senatoi late T cure the report that a giant t Further disappearances from the list of candidates in the grand prize baby contest of the Star Journal are to be notPd this evening The elim- ination of all nonactne addition to the usual in exchange for each and club of five new subscriptions for one year to this papei A bonus of IT 000 voteb will be gnen on eveiy Club of fhe old Hoing to "ontinuT hut subfcriptions for one year this weeV m club ta as ass.stant United States treasurer ot hls ai3trlit before com one way or the other Representative of Eric may the utilities bill ready for Intro (Continued on Page Six Feb sen ite conlumed ail of President Taft s appointments foi the new commerce court including that of Judge H Hunt of Montana Skyscrapers Rocked and Panic Seized the City at Noon Today. MANY CASUALTIES FEARED Loaded With Dynamite in Rivei Blown Up And Piei Wiecked "iORK I 1 r emendous d mliictod ind a panic cifatcd iH YoiK to ta> vh n ill loaaed with (hnaiaite edo as collector of at Hawaii Nichols To Open Headquarters In Cincinnati For Nation- al Campaign. while Taj lor and Douglas sav that thes have not sufficient U studied the question to declare themselves at his j time Senator Burton will support fie ad ministration in its stand for recipro citj and it it, believed that Senator Dick lull also Despite all talk to the contran it is known that President Taft does not expect to call an extra session of con greets, at least before flpptpmhpr nr October if lie dues the reallv ambitious and energetic shall remain Tms must be done in older that those who ieall> want to win a fair and open field unencumbered a lot of babies for w horn no effort is being shown what- ores and scores of babies have al ready been dropped particularlj from the city list and the contest manager is seriously debating the ad Msablhtj of dropping all of the dear little dimpled darlings who befoie the week is not advanced into the blue ribbon or figure class This is still everj s race but no bain can win the title whose parents and friends imagine that ill ha've to do is to sit and wait for victor; to come to them ei not expect congress to act on the agreement The senate will ratSf cation The Ing fight now is to he the tariff board bill in the senate Special to the Stai Jouinal Senator Brown m a COLUMBUS O Peb Chairimn speech on the floor of the senate High I Nichols of the demociatic toda> declared that four big ques .tate execute committee who was iritS" i callei at the offico this forced rooming said th-it he would it once Failure to pass one of the open headquaiters at C nrinnati from] following four bills will mean a which i nationwide campaign for the fajiure Of Of the appropriation nomination of Governor Harmon for bills said Brown and failure con Si the would be conducted the rtemociats He placed him se'f on lecord lor the passage of a bill m line the state platform promice is tq, the election of Unit' d States semtois Cen fhe Ur ii us; on a hi "0 tic 111! oil mei c plod i) inns of thp i li al -w least itto men 1 illed o hei on the pieis nei nn td s lapers in Mtnliattan rocked so b the tm ific t Un the people poured fiom them in o tie K bv trtousands hin tic rad of n a h i mile we e b okoi the exjlisoi f urred tr-v, minulo I FOIP o clock The explosion ci nliins to h tmnecl in ill police i mdrred out md t i Tc nlicc rn had tluir hard f il sfo i I ne the hundirds of IUIUUT fi phtened the exnlo in The T t' w 0) st N cw 01 K has had for nnr and is f ned a liige number of casualt has re bulled lien Suffocated. NBVTXRK N I feb COLl MBl b 0 Fcb 1 e mm eib comentiou adjourned at 1 30 this ternoon to meet next Jjnuaiv m Ind Oref-n of Ohio was one of (he dfleyate r c f d to the tion of the P tPin Mineis in Juh tedention of gress to pass one of the big ap propnation bills would mean an ex tra session The measures I have reference to are 4 resolution to determine the of the election of a senator now sitting m this session A resolution to amend the fundn mental law of the constitution pro viding for the popular election of sen afore A proposition to create a tariff board or commission A proposition to raise the level of pension to the union on what i- wav hill old of the Known as the hullo EMPIRE IN MICHIGAN IS SOLD IN WHAT IS ABOUT LARGEST LAND DEAL IN COUNTRY a name is dropped ith itg the babj will be vialhg good and sufficient reasons lire Saturday next is going to he Bonus Day as has heen stated A grand free bonus of id 000 votes will be given in to club Feb 1 blocks in of five new subscnptioni which ma> be reported to the contest department on Saturdai Make up vour mmd to get together a club of tea or even twenU The more the merrier A club of the new subscriptions foi one In the oitv will mean 70000 A club of five old suhscii) tions for one jear will mean 30000 Put jourself in line foi a finnl bj making moment count this week Fill that subacup- tion book with new and old subscrlb (Continued on Page 2) PHILADBIPHIA Pa While a section of ten Philadelphia s tenderloin district in eluding the Chinese quarter wis loped n its boundaries euaided bv Hundreds of policemen 3 000 persons were under compulsion PRELATEJS SINKING. PHILADPI PHtA Feb 1 bishop Patrick J -nho is criti cally ill of heart disease eailv todey MRS teported. rapidh sinking. hold out HtlhJ hope Late] the aged prelate so weak that was prepared to be ad ministered to him PLAN'S REE1ED BY COItMBUS 0 Feb l a fight ahead piogressnes in the ate a p putting forth efforts fo in duce Senator-elect Atlee Pomeiene to continue a1? lieutenint un til the end of the 10 i March 4 as he h id PomeiPtie is coi 'udpr i g U Pomnrenc resigns i ithei than I stnibh first of fthicl i (hat the Candida e of either pai U foi t nited State senator who rerrhes thp la poi ular at flic pnnnrieb held in prp rlmg the pie tioii for mcmicis of the geneiil t c i ded Mil h as the bt cures ant to progi e choice cf If i cont f 1 f the h Tht oilinr plin is thai the fandi date le mmy tht n the laigest number of t utilities sh il be legardcd as thf cTloite if his PHILADELPHIA Feb 1 on a protest by clergymen and citi zene the Philadelphia police depart ment issued an order forbidding the production of the religious play La Samaritame b> Saran Bemhardt BALTIMORE Md Feb 1 The Mar) land College for at Luth practically was destroyed b> fire entailing a loss of ed Thpre N stieat locil es in fot tbp re son h ult mateh, to will be included 3 m tact it i Known i merger is cot 111 o far oft proulcj ihe law 1S I perm t it n e Vt 01 dins; to some a b? of lates v> 11 follow a meig ei In tin n this repot t is denied vmie mciease is generally exppptpd V( coidine to Toledo reports siaca October 2 iqoi when James S ji of Toledo handed over his Toledo Indianapolis and Cleveland exchanges and his Indian" and Ohio long distance lines to the Bell the of absorp lou of the ind-1- pendents has been rapid That was the blow that took all the fight ont of the Independents and then On it was onh a question of arrang- ing details bj T P Morgan the Bell agrut Brailey has a big interest in the Sanduskj company and is a di- recior bile Morgan stepped into tis breach and assumed responsibility for the purchase the financial interests of the country were not deceived anA fiom the day of the first announce- ment that the big independent ex- changes of Ohio and Indiana had passed into the bands of the Wall street wizaid began looking for the next which would giiie the countij a gigantic wire trust. The latest step in the attempt to consolidate the Bell and Independent exchanges of tha Lnited States IB in- dicated in an official statement from whose announcement wita, names and dates given for the first time taken in connection with the ac- J100 000 a nee partially tovei ed bj insur HTJRON 0 Feb 1 'ViUuiHU mother of Charles Weitzmati lake captain died of pai aftei m illness of one vear She had been a resident of Huion nearly forty F1NDI 0 Feb 1 A ment ifvas started here Tuesday look toward i new census being taken of this cit> on the belief (hit the rnmcnt census just announced nis far from conect It is headed by John F Bettes piesident of the board of trade and R K FORMER LEADER OF MINERS CENSURED intended matter heuten ecome senator Governor H irmon will ipi oint his is hen emnt Theip is fear Ibat the appointee might' pa not be as piogiessue as I omerene j It wis upon question that fhe Should be brlore to tlip oigan 1 c Sonitci DOIP of Tif ficlion of demonats he co ild fin insistent thit tli lat e Ian exert a powerful influence 1 e adoptpd ind IIP nitf t is othu He Mid It might be that a! can lid Uo for s u would rt pue the Higest minibpr f j I he h id hr endr i in nt of i few of the hrg o iniifs in .tl I (Continued on Page Six) A. E. Boyer Here to Let Con- tract for Suspension Roller Bearing Plant. NORWALK MEN SEEK SITE At the pnd of tlif1 session the lulls ire boinp madf m conter ence then final form is laigeh de ned the conijkxi in of the tonffrence comnilUp1- nate conferees ipiointpd 1 the Inu tenant Ponipretie pobttion is suf h tl it i countel on to name a of on the impoitant cont ren e commit s'ate while a hr P nij nu ot he counties wpie agunst h rn If i randidite tbp tp nt thp co mties in the ctitp were run on the p m ed In po al U would n or th in i m in wiih the sunp it (f the c thoi r n U detcimmed tint 'he kwell! tieb lu n wcull t iNitut h unfair bill providing for the election of j that he should be eJp tp' i Ie> I n ted S ates senators in Ohio b1- the, is that tne ma i who tht ma like 1J workmen ill nea oes suffocated to here in i caisson ii t-'ie c river The victims i night shift en gaged in prfjarato% to the reconstruction of the Center stiect bridge betw een here and Harrison Steam ap aistns a njntoon p d sabled and the nr supply was cut G Mather of Cleveland sold to the entire area of th. H Hamilton, of SU Paui. Uma, aadi Island on of thp land Qecunttet acres in the upper p mnaula of Michigan for But in it- e a bill will be pre Dented rontiin ng nan> of the feat Cut up into IbO acre tracts fhe land iires looking to the election of sen which fieures in this deal would make b> a popular farms The arpa of the land The onh division of sentimpnt now Oreg n plan w s made1 af caucus of 'lie night w imous it But in it- ented rontiin ng l ho dcffttr 1 Certain de i i ic >-fn In ilmcst una i J This it a j of the in th laise-4 numbei of rounflps in the state shill be the choi P of >nih ml the! I art> rontroN the leei lature "hul fleet the mm who 1 IP 1 o in tnt at thf hind )f th II Return in Few Days To Take Up Matter of Lo- cating Here, Mitfh ell form i m evident of the 1 nited Mine refu eel tr omm ui tod 1 ic i n f tl e mineia M t t la 11 r ik n" a in n bft >f h C t de which lies m Chippewa Mackinaw is whethei choice shall fall upon luce and counties a man m-enmg the lamest number What is probabl) the largest eas ern counties of the upper of at the primaries or 'he vote deal made Jn the countrj in peiinsuh of Michigan is 1 in square of the largest number of counties v as in when miles which is onh a trifle IPSS than of Khode This led to a spirited delnte and at the close It not settled plans have been projiosed the The caucus lasted for several hours tnn iitlmil H to h" tl a cud m th and was presided over bv Senator n iners organization and vvnild not Dem A. committee consisting of Senators Greene Dore Cetone and Hudson neie appoin ed to piepare a new bill which will take the place of the measurt and incorpo rate ideas which present- ed at ihe caucusr whetl-er he woilrt up his Jo 000 a position with the Mtion al I-ederation Mitchell however ts angi> what he considen was a snap judg ment of the convention and the next convention to jester- days action F of the Suspension Rol I r I earing Co who nib been m Kan P foi several weeks on a I to both b and pleasure return (d h Jt Fuesdav That b N ippired now to so ahead I1 e ro M foi the new plant in tho f 1 id is inno m-ompnt ie H HP said lie expected to r the bid submitted in a few ind to let thp cont rut foi week little work hif done here lit the i i! iini; now in t( tirte of fhp relimn ane and Mr hoj e obive tie mun fictorv buiM in T rocess of contraction earh n the rint, V I n hi ibout closed a ni tl r i f the residence ff l 1 e t h trie Reed on Coluni h IP 1 e lir er pxpec'ing ts ttk thp FP ok hoi'H at Ceutial iv en p ml Mnnr e rreet Re its of the Gallup-RiC of iwalk who came ber Htle dela as A b for oocirpancy be i ref erred but a temporarv building be nut up to 1 care of msh orders until plant is completed wemed to with favor The compttr room for the a'oarge of timber l> d it ion to a bnihilnff The Norwalk Chmmbtr of merce 19 an Htort to the ulant IB tUt city. ;

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