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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Guaranteed Circulation 5226 LAST THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY NUMBER 98 THE SINGER TOWER, A VIEW OF NEW YORK'S SKY SCRAPERS FROM THE WATER FRONT, AND IMMIGRATION STATION, SHAKEN BY EXPLOSION Explosion of Dynamite Much More Serious Than Was at First Reported PROSECUTION OF THE POWDER TRUST BEGUN Property Loss Is Now Estimat- ed at Fright for City, NEW YORK, Feb prosecution as well as civil action for damages was begun today a gainst the Powder trust officials responsible for the presence en the Jersey city pier of the dyna mite which yesterday caused property damage of and killed thirty to forty people Prosecutor Garven immediately set so far colletted the grand jurv sitting today and that body at once began a piehmmai> in Officials of Tersev Citv also started an independent inquiij while Coroner empaneled a jury todav to fix responsibility foi the deatn ot the four men whose bocj ie-c are now !n bis chaige Plateglass insuianee companies state todaj that their loss alone will agiegite It is probable that a full list ot the dead will be completed is i scon or raoi e of uuknow n laboi ei s were blown to atoms It has_been jears since New Yoik expeiienced sueh a fright and I inic and it was hours befoie definite idea of the numbei killed could be gamed It is behtved that about a caiload of djnamite cxplod etl Onlv of the prmr pal effects err- listed The Torses Citj terminal was wrccled the throe fern boats shatttifd the mimisiation de tcntion station on Ellis Island was demolished s ores of loofs and walls foil in dnd Staton Island almost everj office building m down t jwn 'Manhattan is minus indow s while the damage to shipping is wide spread How and thoroughlv Tori might wiped out1 bv the Hddito shells of a foieigu powe and Low fragile are the towenng build ngs demonstrated in the gieat tremor that came with the explosion The Forecatt Oloucn with prob abh "now neii tit. lakt tonight and Mn h c Idei tonight Biiak nd and nouh west wind fenipeidure it 7 i m 40 de giees feiipeiatuie one veai v iSiin i -es Fiidav at 6 40 a in and sets at 4 ol p m (Standaid Me) Maximum wind vrlotitv foi 4 hou b ending at noon tod iv J4 miles webt di 4 U luuadiv moinmg Majority in Senate not as Large as Many Had Expected It To Be. NEXT CONFLICT IN HOUSE Reynolds Non-Paitisan Judi- ciaiy Bill Passed and Will be Law When S "BLACK HAND' THREAT COLUMBUS O Feb 'skull and cross bones sign of the Black Hind the only signature on a a note leceived by Senator Carl H Keller of Lucas county Wednesday The missive was a threat against him in case he should vote for the Dean bill It read Don t you dare vote for the no tonous nfirnous Dean bill You are no if you do Take no tice Fear great throngs that poured out of the COLLMBIS 0 Feb the general result on the Dean bill in the senate was as piedicted those who had CPSPS on the cena or al ssnators have been placed w rang It office buildings scurried about like so mauj rats in their panic Women f tinted and men. seemed half crazed fear When the lighter lecemng the djn Kathenne W owned Tames Healing of leisey iphed her crew of seven men inrlud i was not expected that Green would op poae the measure Todd of Franklin j was slated to for it but did not although sorip were so unkind as to that the bill would have received hi vote if it had needed it when his name rearced but it did not An drew-s of Iionton was counted on con- fidQntly bj the 4.nti Siloon league but ing the master Ldward Truer dis i he not only for the bill but made THE 5JNGER TOWER. The great Singer tower is shown above and at the right is a view of buildings from the water front In the lower right is the immigration station at Ellis island Will Call Extra Session If Reci- procity Agreement Is Not Ratified. Miss Ella Blade Killed and Her Sister, who Also Formerly Lived Here, Wounded in Somewhat Mysterious Trag- edy at Flint, Fox Held for Crime r ink f in 1 Mi Ta'boit it H n lutt ifui the noli on tie ot ko i fo enc ot the c n 1- le c 1 c ha 1 i U t i ho 'v of M s uiv hot and almost instantlv killed fits DI ni womdel her ei Katherine Vuh e i v Tl in CHV morning He made his escape, of 1 lei betn nitUed anl offkeis were him he eap'ured about thirtv miles from the it i t-d o m Sandu kv ba re'atives de- i f i v i 3 ive mot ve vet known 1 Ii i to r i of the affair bo h the worn 1 v d in du 1 v i -i of age J he d id vu n in i i an In 11 loil n nee Llac'e Mi 1 iel I 1 s fe u i w i Mi Jui i HI 1 riani ue M -in i 'V ided lee n 1 a 1 and a oul "to 1 1 iv i entl l eui u n Htiett Pa IH Pitt w -e i u i 1 i known Ihur 1 m tt t Si u Jou u U in the hi f Mi E la Rl 1 4' i i U I t( l o d o tt 1 t 1 oil i, iftt r two r 1 k t, md nunltieti Foi ill weu ed "t he 111 ill o k ft rt tin. lo In sniKiig Iri in the lid H 1 IE; tninelv t ur i" i hei lo'v dud of hu oir 11, s a. f w PI it Ilk Hti t Kitl t_ ut lal ctt who v H tci tie nd v N is i'co i It 1 t- th 111 K 101 111 1 ll lUl 1 OT r i l! l b i 1 l In tl l! s it i ul t j Oi lit i t ill i b h l o ti t. ior JH t n rn ptdil street a work n his own shop le a !o ed a. local woodwork 1 S l 1 hi iLllt I he d from Mr M ro cine to Tom Blade, ot A in i letter Lm 20 At tha' time v t at Full I -1! ie o i M i i c i d visited m Fh-'t 3 o v i ions h if sij ii mucn use fot v i b r eierc" m Flint t th b i u o i 1 e account d HI 1 i )e 01 inu her v t it e 1 e'iec or o e TI i i i etc ihot Ti e n 11 o itie unable to locate Mr i-r in[ nil U to elicit much II 11 n t on foiu Mi -i t 111 P 1 l I in !U t n li i n il T H Till d hi i i n s it t v o i c res T ti m h ha ti FI t 3 u i M o v   be the tituls of tlie dvnamite car 01 of out of the oth tr four cai1- standing neat Fifty vaids lark s oo1! another cai of dvnannle Tht explo on ripped the roof o; lilt the dvnamife it elf heir] true aLd j letted qmeB ont in Senator Deaton of evoked applause declaring bhit the woist dn county wa1? better gov- crnel than the best wet one, and I leutenant rnor Pomerene w-arnetl the Msitois (hat i rep titlon would res lit in the clearing of the gal lenes Tt wig not repeated Senator Deaton of Chimpaign Gieen and a imsf the bill and Senatois Dean lountind Yount charged tht Auti league ofhcprs with being ronupt and that weiia intention iQ pnz" contest now be who tfe foice of will the deteim inatior the gut sand or whatevei voi Enough stale delegations met today] Tug conducted bv the Sandi skv sta ma call it to ire these daih and decided to bupport the lecipro I Journal Set out to do something to- dis and sail on city tieat> to make its passage b to '-ecuio in behalf of that httlejto final success ignoring rebuffs the house certain 'dimpled dailing of vours a cei tain i overcoming ill obstacles who io the man woith whi'c the nation builder the Star and the accom id this to his beme panvmg votes Dec de upon a ha1' a milhonane manufic urer 01 a dozen ten a doren or whatevei ni ihewei of stone D nt let am "imll ber jou mav choose 'discouragements 01 detei von ouslv and eneigencalU The sijfion putting forth voui verv ef thin The president found it neces in o ni mber of new and old subscriptions bring out tne big stick whei the le to the Star and the accom actlonanes m the '-enate an aicnth f believing that no extra session would bt called gave evidence ot openlv ob structmg impoi ant measures An m stance w as the adjournment jester (Continued on Nine ANTI TREATING NEXT COLUMBf S 0 Feb no treat i g bill will be ed in ihe lomshtnie bv Repre "mtative Villenkamp just as soon Dean bill is of ifTit "the doors' iccoidni" to announcement he-e vnamife it elf heir] true numl er of wot mem boxcb i it then sup iftei having been in session leas than two hours EIGHT PASSENGERS IN 'PLANE I u h boi 01 D ir al T Tie Itn r atte i hrt I J ct h s belief i T iat Mi i svj Mi fit anc1 Mrs fcox content- a FI nt MUh TURKS ORDER GREAT ARMY LONDON Feb 2 The voune Tuik have oidered a mobil Cation 01 1 00) 000 troops bOOOOO ie eives and 100 000 in a mo v erne n tu c itck the e owms domestic discontent it cording to dispatches todav fiom Sa lonika From the fact tint such an enoi mous demonstration nas been oid-_red it is thought that Turkev herself m grav  setbacks ed Bleiiot monoplane o e Pa i w h cai be but te nponrv jou aeroaio ne This establish e ic'l up a splendid raajontj foi recoid for the r imbtr OL i b t ige voui sveet litfle candidate vou will carried crown our dilv vvitb one 'grand fnil siicne o and will be the M TiORK Feo J Ram envied of all IMPORTANT BOOKMISSINQ Defendant, Who Seeks to Es- cape Paying Obliga- tion, Says It Would Help His Case vveaHbv tin jman foimeilv of (levpla id Bailed en tbe Mauietani foi Afiu Bonito India and the Mi lav- auhipeliE? to nt game v ith the ufle and the camerf T'al of tns J nature Qis ro m a contest Imos everborU is f1 1 u i rl and a few refusals o n tl i comjlne r LO e ir and their abandonment ot the lace CHINESE MINISTEE BECOMES CUSTOM KEEPS FACT SECEET TO po WER Fl 3 to i r vuit tho i in T f other i idn il tr- ion oc hands ni th hoi o" i i wa tni i tho no ei o r ic K n wa ill mean r mn itt nmt It vii U tU i i p of th f t'u new han n or al COTIII hat n m i P fi i ]i iv f rp j i r ij nhi menit c thn tl ide i I pitj trd th ch r t ite aiU H i] L 1 all i n tb c r w-hic i 'v if o tht mn td com  r of Co not bt 1 1 11 thev pic 1 JOLRN i ION 1- D rp j t In h d c n IH T n F ti n 1 01 i >i i! 1 gat ion ns rep v-' rh pr" pnttj PI o fr m b r i t n 1 n PK ins c ni n it tli 1 n there bi t j arinntr c ff w i m ce is v aftwt the s inrting ol Ohio on other 1 o r i iMfr-) ro n n a larfTP number of t> 0 no at i e lerkins; rommu t ir i i it h n xt s m d with t Ohm i in wi tin A n T tfo n I ok if If Th 1 iteu s >f l i 11 i IP 1 nt 1 lu rfprii ve1- t w mlrl have beoii n icli io th s r rj tn% iw P Hfl sirillf1 rom Hi af- 1 1 i bf> low. Ot 1 1 of Ohio in the demxritif w Jilci dei nnds that -1 a at 01 1 did thp st ite n the ri l committee  lic reproach' ail c n i nplv se in-> to 1 ivt fa'Ien on f> if th0 iPiifxia if m fio i Om f i in n bo it thh> un I 1 n u of i 'air 11 ree >f I i irt i) i i f i IP ntatncs v i 1 DP v and ie the tan th (UI atui md thC( ih i icre m n ol r Bfilkebv will be I 1 i it K n Dtcem 1 r It i lain cd t' n th f ir m m hers larUa In rtl i an J ictc' the I ir >f t t 5 i tti miLi saving I h if tl PII c m iida e m I i tie Oin pif ntative on the f v a ii mfans ronmit Ohio v H nnr r ite on fiat im citut onmitre Tl i dem d Den a id Shfiwml have civen out explain ns; the ma ter T e won d mt hound bv i c u c i" n) cauc i had l etn altpd but inMbt that Cox had a cleir i M Tt that nnr r i Cox v d ri 1 1 o MI} port of a number af dnrioi at is he fact that it i ru non d prettv IIP I is rather close to tho HtrseraM el in congress r ant1 pinbihh Tiiost im on Faze Six) Menu a r kciit K C ?on of tne Ch at and pr of old onb The birth of the eh be-" r v eeks accordme to Chinese custoai iss New I eb Fredciick V QO tod ma !e an Utack on the ____ National Geographic U Soc e rrr the mannei in whrh thev 0 Kd tb.p AhflERICANS proof of tommodoie Poai discov I en of the i role itollem ot cfnrtion in the noi th is o-ne of manv macourai ies nd D (_ ook et the eeom aj bei s who examined I ean s proof tnat he reached tht i ole 1 ed whclh on o- of ome "Uitudps le thin 7 degree ihu th i prono mr them i Mn IFP m me no til ti rn thin oj tnncv and it is i ible to see tin sin two lavs before it i tnilU Thp ve diet on s rh 'at i as Peirv must alna s not MOUII Battle Is Raging Just Across The Texas Bor- der Today. ARE HELD UP James R Garfield, Who Had Been Marooned in Desett, Amorg Those Detained NEWARK LYNCH CASE GOES TO 'DRY' JURY L P 1 r eb (ick In I 10) 1 mra! Orozoo on the I ILTO tt the ho dtr t i i I 1 ml I he Me OOT 1 row hn j. M n Mils O 1 oi Kinlo irdoi f i1-? tli ing o t ot the Ftheni on 1 i 11st I h ucn! t i the j i o (hit the is di ni I ittn fii 1 M nlei hi diet is ci n i t other 1 I- n 1 arm c i t ou tht of 1 e co it EIDTOR WARREN SAYS HE'LL CONTINUE FIGHT ho no q iti OU I 1 till Of f IP V I flu ii n hi i1' (lit o i i irt o Ho v tl A. I (11 t, nit If v t tl r ie tn il n tho t ts to 1 v one a 0 tlti f on n t f hti Hit b tl 1 id 1 i 10 niiii, lit n tV vvn n n into ht i i 1 ins (h or tin in 1 1 il od n h i in i b E- r 1 1 it one o i thp nt The bin i With an DIUS indtr oi r i no I0( l til it wli it ti e nt tint th ire i 1u t it Mi U n i t IP i ii i d all Vutrican 11 n th nil 1 i gan to p low up star witness for the defense Thupj- moinmg in the fan t of the Local Telephone cornpan of Belltv ue a gainst her fathei Join ihl denied, {that ever ook a cent of mone j from the cashdiawei of the concern j while in it emt lov as a collector or aj i ro! nated its fund'; in anv other I it inner Mi ihl who worked at the Mi Ian exchange ot the compauv declaf ed that the monev was Kept In i diawei in a bookcase anil that no ciah was used Sha dso said th ii i SIT persona in th ofFict co ild have taken mooev rom the ver dmlng working ho u v oiding to hei testimony two othpi i mb herself WP eni h IK collectio oe bills T11 intruded to re h t rhi of the t iamtiff to the effect nat tin i noi nts OF the bill collecietl did no! tall with ome of the records in be oifi t V n u i-. fpit ire o-f the case s di i ut of the book con t" n 12 Mi i U ihl in n for th-j mon h oj I ne -s Shp t u v la t m the of f h rl M Frown fo n.er of the con pan v it i laimed bv tht 1 c n that tl t h ni a cr1 v oi'r1 il urle tt mon fOi (V o lie c i P 1 hn oo irnna on of Mi-s a v i ot om le d on account 01 Garfield Mr T i s ardon bv no end m contiov witii th alum thit l i i tin? declared The imcn ng Gnrrel1 v ork of 'he Appeal will continue and ooned dus corrupt courts will be exposed man who loves freedom and justice will now join the m ie ii t il n 1 ruunin., 11 vt t i t ti c t h-ivf h t n 111 No t i to ie iv 11 (iv al d la t t b f Ii d na T ime i v u and savt i r iN vv ic been on a M  tave beer due to Mis Thn i i the court Hiii" av mon declared that tS unive-vu o iaion In Mi v thl d'd not r an it thi of j in Tho loose 1 at Us Milan ofta at 1FWSP4PERS 1FWSP4PERS   

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