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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITIC. THE SANDUSKY. STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1911. Governor Urges New Reforma- tory and Penitentiary For Women Offenders. MEN ARE IN IDLENESS, MORE BECOME INSANE Legislafure Has Big Task Be- fore it Which Demands At- Test v. Planned, COLUMBirs, O, Feb. Two men of the same name, Hajes, leceived at the peniten- tiary in the last few days, are in widely deferent position's Harrj D. Hayes, of Ashland, convicted of stealing food for his family has been given work in the bolt 'shop. Harrj B. Hayes, of Cleveland. convicted of the embezzlement of bonds worth perhaps was given an easy job in the storekeeper's office and will have all the pilvlleges of the prison. NUMBER 102 Keeping an Eye on The Situation COLUMBUS, 0., Feb. Gov. ernor Harmon sent to the legis- lature last night a special mes- sage transmitting the report and recommendations of the specjal committee of the last legislature that Investigated the subject of state Institutions for the punish- ment of convicted women. The committee ae has already been announced recommends that the state build at once a women's reformatory similar to the one for men that is now In operation at Mansfield; that there be built in connection with it a prison for women where older criminals and those addicted to crime may be confined for punishment, and that the state Industrial school for girls at Delaware be rebuilt Ihe women's prison and women reformatoiy are to be built togethe tut that is merely to save the extr expense of a separate management fo eath. The inmates are to be hep wholly sepaiate. The governor rec ommends that tie Joint Institution b v holly under thejare and manage r.-ent of wornefl; and thaTif it is fel necessary to have the co-operation o men in its management at all i could be secured by placing men o the board of trustees. 'The governor in his message trans H'ittin? the repoit says that publi sentiment on the subject of women' prisons has reached an acute stage end that the conditions are such as the public will not longer tolerate He clludes to the fact that while the etate has provided an excellent refor ir.atorv for men nothing m that line ras. been done for women Me is loath to believe that this had been as a deliberates discrimination in the I? American Physician Charges Mexican Troops Fired Up- on Him at Work. natter of. sexes. "J have been very the governor says, "to lecommend the es- tablishment of a new state institu- tion That always fixes a new fixed charge on the people which is almost Buie to increase as the years pass tut I have come firmly to the opin- ion that the recommendations of the committee are wise and I join in P'esentmg them to .vou with the rec- ommendation that at the present ses- sion vou take steps toward the estab- lishment of such an institution." He says that if any legal question jh lamed as to the legality of plac-t Ing women in charge of the institu- tion the point may be avoided by a provision placing the institution in Charge of a matron He suggests that the same thing ought to be done Ri the girls' industrial school and Suggests that the position of superin- tendent of that institution be abol- ished. Meantime conditions in the big pen- itentiary here, as a lesult of the oper- of the Wertz law foibldding tontract laboi, .11 e becoming unbeai- fcble. The situation. in fact, is c-riti- tal and_vvprse is to come. On an Average 369 men spend twelve hours fach day on the benches In the idle house. This number is augmented on Bajs when the weather does, not per- tnit working the prisoners ahout the tard. In one month, when the last mtract expires, another bundled will Wn these ranks In six months at the host, -when all the contiacts will have been cleaned up all save the men INVESTIGATION IS ORDLrfL Messengers Report Many Kli ed in Engagement Between Rebels and Federals, AEROPLANE IN SAN DIEGO, Cal., Feb 7_ Harry S. millionaire aviator, of Pasadena, made the first flight in history this morning as an aerial messenger m time of war when he flew from North island with government dispalcl iii MCI ii g ISpatlCfl' ana orders to the troops patrol- ling the Mexican border. WASHINGTON! T.-Amba'ssa dor Wilson at Mexico City was toda ordered to investigate the complain made by Representative Smith Texas that Dr Bush, a Red cms physician, of El Paso. had. been fire upon by Mexican troops while display mg a Hod Cioss flag on the Dattlefiel near Juarez, Saturday. Dr. Bush' complaint was directed entirel against the federal troops. Many Reported Killed. EL PASO, Tex., Feb. arriving at Casas Orandes today report that 300 were killed in an en an en gagement between Gen. Brando's In surDrctos and federal infantry se iiiittiuirv sent rc at tnat place Only fifty federal troops are reportei to have reached Casas Oraades The delayed attack upon Juarez bv General Orozco and his rebel armi was explained when the insurrectoL ook up a p0sltlon at salamavuca wenty-five miles south of Juarez where they hope to intercept thr re- of federals under Gener- al Navarro coming from Oroczo plans to use the same tac- ics in intercepting Navarro as he sed against Colonel The rebels are said to be oceunving strongly fortified position at Sala mayuca and the battle with Navarro's is expected at any time Thp nnmcto. have eplemsh, J lies of ammunition and food. In Honduras PUERTO CORTEZ, Honduras, Feb -A decisive battle in the Honduran evolution ,s likelj (o he fought soon far San Pedro if the peace agree- lent proposed bv the United States to oth Oeneial Bonella and President avila fals through, which ,s red probable. Hostilities in thp orthern pac-t o" en (mployed in the administiation of the kig prison, which means about 1 000 kill be idling Since Dec 1 more prisoners have (ecome Insane than dining Hge eight months befote the condition liose. In a little OVPI onp month, light men have bppn taken to the frison all neie K oik- Ing, thpie was seldom more than an of one a month ul-o became hsane, usualh it has, averaged less This, prison offlilals sttiiliutp direct- K- to incieasecl idleness Moreover, liFclpline is more 01 IPSS mined The rien, sitting da> aUor dai. with noth- ing to do hut io stare at the ceiling >nd tuin in thrir minds thcli hisfortunes. are gradually betoming inore and moie t-uHcn and lely Not a pjsses but ihat frlsoneis anproach tho guards and leg to bo rpt at wo. Guards their tods tied bv the Ifsislatuie are pou- irless to help Nothing av.-aits the but a refusal. Governor Haimon has decided on in immMlati? lest of the constltu- Irnalltv of the present session of tie and it ihat i MIII in mandamus will bp filc'd in Ihe supreme rouit todav to compel Itatp Cteamo, lo pay mon- i, appropriated It Is a fiiendlv ac- lon and Is the result of Ihe opinion Iplrl bv' a numl-er of lawjcr1; that the is uncons-titulional but il-ould he held next year The elec- !0r, of Senator Pomerene and nianv mpcrtant legislative acts are at it fite "opular election of United States viators was endorsed in the two loasc? of thp assemblv. In senate and house alike resolu- jlma menniializmir congress to a- lopt the BorPlj resolution for a con- fijtuhcnnl amendment per LORAIN, 0. Feb 7-Major King signed the ordinance rogulat n? the closing of pool ,oom.s The nieas U'e will be m effect on Feb 18 Thp ordinance p. ovules that all D00- rooms must plose at 10 30 p m ex cpptingon Saturday nights, when'thei may remain open until 11 no aiting the outcome ice pro- FIRSTSJEPSARETAKEN FOR CITY TIM'S SHOE DAY NEW YORK, Fob Hundreds of mt it living in thp Eovvtrv aie sporting new sho, s ttxtiv as result of thp arnual new shop" which was uutPcl hv His Tim" Sullivan state "senator and politician in m iris mot.l- T fa in I- a pan L-, to in M of hi? luuh CO'USIUPIUS on the e.'-ii Council Was Prepared as May- or's Letter Was Read and Passed Resolution PLANS AND ESTIMATES ARE TO BE PREPARED Resolution Adopted Without Discussion and Special Committee of Three Was Named, THE WtATHER weather with rain or snow tonight or Wed- nesday. .Temperature at 7 a. m. 18 de- grees. Temperature one year ago 10 degrees. Sun rises Wednesday at 6-34 a. m. and sets at p. m. (stan- dard time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today 22 miles west at Monday even- ing. GREAT ACMriN BABY CONTEST; Interest Now at High Tide And Whole County Is Stirred Up Over Unusual Offer This Will Be Announced February 18 Little Steamer Tourist Makes First Trip from Put-in Bay to Sandusky ENCOUNTERED ICE IN BAY CHAXCE FOR SOMEONE MARTIN'S PERRY, o Feb 7 Two thousand dollars leward was of e.ed today by of a gas I ell hich has been fln sJ u ay and consumed cubio feet of gas a dai, to any pe.soii ,vho can stop the fire within 21 hours .Aiioused bj a last offer of Double Votes, there is the greatest interest and no little excitement among tine parents, relatives and friends of all far survived the elimination (Pst of the past four weeks m the grana 1550 prize baby contest now being conduc- ed bj the Star-Journal And, bv the same token, thfrc is the greater ac- tivity also for pveiybody wlm iow recognizes the full signiflrarc or this, offer of Double Votes and not to Tft flpflliirr- Put in he by sny of thcjr IU MCqUlie rlll-in Bay--------pis-tier or hrotl'er comrr itois Oji0 I have a swect-ficed little cncmb wile, at home. He is pride and Joy. The pet and fv. TUP of the neity'bor- hood., if no' .ndeed, the entire com-! munitv :n vvnlch vou live. He is a c for honors in this event, en-i Fremont Failed to Land School, I c banco of winning in gold and the title of the most popular' baby in II Offered In Senate for State yo.ir baby, a laggard in this contest which means so much to the little There arc more disappearances from (Continupd on Pase ACCEPlSCALLTO FIGHT ON STATE NORMALS and Dean Opposes Appro- for Hearing, Rev. George A. Wieland To Leave Christ Church, Huron, and Go To St. Paul's. mos ay n Erie and For thu past I four weeks your friends and acquaint- ance's, joiir iclatlvct, and nr3igh- bois gone to the extent of CALLS NAME, WON'T BACK DOWN Attorney Jerome, rormer District Attorney Jerome. lopular e ertlon of senators were a- one of the foremost criminal lawyers kmted without a dissenfng vote. The ir, the conntrv, who is defendmz pdntiontf psk senators Dick and 3eph G. Robin, the indicted New to vote for the Borah rc-solu- York banker, recently leferred to Judge Edward Swann, before whom Robin was arraigned, as a "half- .x.- NORWALh. 0, Fob 7 fmks dropnrd dead bovelinj snor. E. W baked judge." When Robin appeared in court later, the judge .isked Jer erne to repeat his remarks. He did. COLUMBUS. O.. Feb. Dean is to make a fight against the McDonald hill appiopriatmg Slon.im.) for the two new state nc mal Distinguished honor which acccmpa and was expected to it morning in the senate finance commit- tee of which he is a member but it was not reached His action Is generally understood The Rev. George a Wieland. of J. C. Wieland of this eit.v, and now rector of Chmt church. Hiiion, has accepted the call to St. Paul's chinch, j Xorvvalk. to succeed the Rev Arthur Vessel Will Be Opeiated Regu- larly and Little Difficulty Is Expected, Navigation in this portion of Lake Erie, suspended since the_steamer Lakeside made her last frip a tew dajs after Chiistmas, was opened Tuesday when the little steel steamer Tourist, Captain B J. Dodge, forced her way from Put-in Bav into the harbor here and landed at ihe Oilcher Schuck dock. This Is the earlist opening of navi- gation here in jears. The trip was made without unusual difficulty. Much of the lake is open and the worst ice was encountered after the bav.was reached It took some time to force a passage through this ice but it was accomplished. With the ctanne thus opened Captain Dodge expects lo make regular dailv trips The Tourist left Putin Bay at 8 o'clock and made a stop at kellcns Island. She carried a number of pas sengers and had some freight aboard Captain Griesser, of the Marbleuead life saving station, was on the look out for the little vessel and reported her progress. Naturally there was great joy a- mong the islanders Tuesday over the departure and successful trip of the Tourist. Heretofore they have had to a wait the starting of the Lakeside and during much of the winter have been practically isolated. It was impossible foi the Tourist lo git to thp dock at Kellejs island Realise of ice but some pas- sengers walkrfd ouf on the ice and Joaided the ifessel to come heip. On the next it is said, shoppers will come to Sandusky but the fieiaht business is not expected to be heavy It was 10 o'clock when the boat left Kelleys Island. Heavy ice vvas en countered and off the goveinnient dock, Cedai Point, the boat became fast she vvas finally backed off and v.ent around the ice. Host of the Passengers had left thp boat and one Dut-in Bay man got Into slush Ice up to his knees. He cuivvled to safe ice without much tiouble Islanders icported that about the r-nlj thing really needed at Kpllevs is a supply of bcei, that commodity' tiaving bppn HaOUnli inland saloonis.ts. John Coutcher and Charles Himnielem. came hoie to st- oure a supply The Tourist will return to the Is- lands Wednesday. time of de- parture has not been fixed but she 'vill be held for a physician who is 10 tc' the islnu-i anrj perform an op- -latmn Lewh a J "II- irovvn icsident, who has been ill for seveial months. By authorizing Service Direc- tor John Bmg to make prelimin- ary plane, specifications, and an estimate of the cost of a munici- pal lighting plant, the city coun- cil, at its meeting Monday night _ took the first steps in that direc- tion as demanded by Mayor Lehrer. In accordance with the resolution, adopted by the city fath- ei- Pitaident Dic-tz appointed Mem- ber., Ohlenuchei'. Parsons and Hol- s a committee of three to co opcrati" with the service director in this uwttei A report on the subject at the parhest possible date was di- rected by the council The resolution rcoit.'s the fact that a hst> been made to suoraU ctors of the-city the dim Arthur equal chance with tbp others to win and will takp up his new du- II .substmtial sum of nionev an.c thp ties on Feb. 2fi. the fiist Sun-i oistmcuished honor wi of issuing bonds to defray the cost of a municipal electric lighting, power and heating plant. The first ofjciai fa- vorable action on municipal ownership in this department was taken by the council without a word of discussion, The teplv of Major Lehrer to communication of the council address- ed to him. contained a strong that a proposition to establish a mu- nicipal lighting plant be submitted to the people On motion of Member Oh- lemacher, the communication was re- ceived and placed on file The mayor's letter was along the same lines as his interview, published in Saturday's Star-Journal. In it he serted that council, having the power to pass was responsible for any delarV m settling the Cwctric current franchise matter. He said bis suggestions had been ignored and sug- gested that the councJImen waste oa further efforts in wriung useless com- munications to him. The purpose of the council's letter, he declared, to shift responsibility to aim. Farv ther he said. "The plea for additional street lamps and the policy of economy mejU tioned in the letter above referred to, aie somewhat astonishing in Tiew ot the fact that under ihe specification" upon which bids were invited fo' street lighting, a minimum number arc lamps was tixed at 300 while lamps were provided for the ornamen- tal and oth-rwise useless system of lighting the cMvvn tr-wn district the bid by thp electric company namely, sixty-six and twenty imposes, an additional yearly expense to the city of IR.67000 over the present light- ing svstem. whiph consists of 204 lights, 01 an aggregate of per annum It would be strange indeed. if the electric light company were not to give the citv a rebate to appioximately on the cost of lamps for the season lilt, if bv so doing they coulrl secure a new ten-} ear contract which in- creased for lighting the EPets in thp aggregate amount of W6.7W Why a city, which is unable by rc-nson of its financial con- dition, to supply things essential to (Continued on Page Six) VIVIEN GOULD BRIDE OF AN ENGLISH LORD befoie vVeclnosdav At thati A .time he will announce the moiiam' thS "retUeT1 I'KX'i'n ppinnt thj, bfwitiful lit IP iingpl of college but a few years aso. in N'onvalk Mr-ndav looking over the chiiiph and the citv and according to "-..uu.5 to be Ihe fond a from Norvvalk was much The committee on tempei-1 ?n.d. dotln? >b" semiring He then notified thp vest, v tattler aid nnthPr >om fnends of his apipptanpp of tbp call Thp rave vou? On thp ch a handsome new structure hand won't tiiow who one of ihp.fi.ipst in ynrwalk and MIS action Is generally understood, lnl" M'lc sincel of lo be the i-psult of thp selection nf %our household to lose becansp of lack Bowling Green, rather than Fremont of a llU1" on H as the site for one of the school The ance has fixed Thnrsdav evening the time for the public heatint; on the Dean bill The- of the bill other will be given 20 minutes to open opponents an hour to attack the bill and the advocates of it 40 minutes in which to close. Provision fnr an appropriation for the centennial celebration of I'err victorv thpn' Tbp s lull introduced bv Spnator Dea-i measuie provides for thp pn and equipment of -r iar Bass Island, Put-in Ray. the celebration m itrj the land ij hecome a public paik The nmount o he appiopriated is to be decided on later Senator Dean reintroduced a bill icense optometrists, A similar bill was passed list year, but w.is vetoe-i >y the governo-. The hill t.iis vear according to its author, has been purg- ed of features objectionable to Gov Harmon. wtre pmiiRh in th first plapp to nominutp your b-Piv and to SIVP thpn- in bphair rs- eret that thpv- wpnt to this trotibK and wnnt thpv he. sorel. It cprtainlv spfni> so and tl-pip will h- >lip tacit is considered an impo.tant one The Rev MI Wieland has, made! man} friends both heie and in Huron and his dpparturp will bp much re gretted For time hp has bepn assisting at Calvarv Phurph and the vou dip without enpr-j vestry of that chinch was consideriu In vottr affection for i extending a call to him. Special Huntington Busy. the Star-Journal: j Special to the Star-Journal-- and the flames pouring out after MARBLEHEAD, O.. Feb. them. .Mr. Luebcke rushed upstairs WASHINGTON-. Feb. dav njeht about an hour after retiring Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luebcke in their for valuable papers and in stumbling to get to the outside door sustained _ _ _.u vv, f.tt m ii. c uuwr sciscaineo beautiful nome in the vicinity of I severe burns on hands Thev '-01- r eee I..PU oVthe Mrs' wiih i; the insurance was 600 !h- h i bill, the babv- In her arms hastening The house outside furnitijrt v.hich comes up in ho >te 'out of the house in her at IMW. was American Heiress. Miss Vivien Gould, Becomes Bride of Lord Denies of England BRILLIANT SOCIAL AFFAIR Girl of 18 and Her "Dot" Of Several Millions Claimed By Man of 44, YORK. Feb 7 -The old of wealth and a foreign title meptmg at thp altar re- staged toriav in the marrnqe of Miss Helen VIVIPP Gmiid, sec-.ncl daughter of Mr and Mrs (Jeorse Jaj Gould, to Lord Penes nf Knshnd' In St Hattbolomevv rhurcn tipforo an i-< dienpe tli.it represented American and Knslish anstocr.ipv. tins eighteen- -.earold qitl am) hpr fiancee of H ears wpie wedded this afternoon at i 4 o'ploc-k. I UMtiillv the case in internv I tional of suc-h promlnenw, [todays wpddini; aeam remonstrated the morbid niriositv of the nubile and thousands ot persons crnw.cld a- bout old Bartholomew's to get a glimpse of the bride and the ___ 1 in attendance The services of eral hundred iiolicemen were reqi lo keep the street cledr from the row less string of automobiles that depoUtr ed their richly gowned and ly groomed guests at the church Similar scenes were enacted M Gould home. 867 Fifth Avenue, w, a reception was held imnMNUaiaiy lowing the ceremony. The full Episcopal sei-Tiw formed bv Bishop H Gran. sisted by the Ret. Leightoa rector of St. Br.rtholoBew'a. EWSPAPERl NEWSPAPER!   

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