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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               'V THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. LAST FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911, NUMBER 105 FOR TRADE PACT'S APPROVAL Tells People of His Own State of Great Advantages To Be Gained. GREETED BY GOVERNOR AND CROWDS AT SHOW Contest Now on At Washington and In Canada and Eng- land Over Agreement COLUMBUS O Feb greatest reason for adopting the reciprocity agreement with Canada is the fact that it is going to unite two countries with kindred people and lying across a wide continent in a commercial and social union to the great advantage of both Such a result does not need to be justified by a nice balancing of pecuniary profit to each In the above statement President Tatt at the National Corn show afternon sounded the keynote m his fight to have tie reciprocity agree- ment between Canada and the United States ratified by congress Contmu Ing he said The reciprocity agreement Is favor able to Ohio industries Ohio s flour mills liava an uutimt of A greater supply of wheat and a re duced duty on flour entering Canada from this state cannot tail to help this, important branch ofjnanufacture The reduction in Canadian agTT cultural implements on farm wagons on automobiles on coal on grin 1 stones on vitrified paving blocks wil greatly increase Ohio saies in these articles while putting on our free li lumber mica fluorspar talc soda ash and many other new materials usefu in Ohio industries will be the mos' helpful" A large section of the presidents home state had the first opportunity today to welcome him since he be came president From the time his spscial train crossed the Ohio river this morning until its arrival in the capital earlj afternoon the presi dent was given a continuous Crowds gathered at every station to cheer the distinguished traveler and every crossroads furnished its lit le (Continued on Page Five CONSPICUOUS SENATORS TAKE SIDES 1ST STBUOGLE OVER CANADIAN RECIPROCITY CRANE Senators Crane and Carter, after _ he called Into extra session Sena toi s Heyburn and Bailey are bitterly opposed to thfe McCall. bill which aims to put the agreement into force and are leading the tight on the meas- a conference with President Taft have given out a statement that there must be a vote on the Cana dian trade agreement or congress win Dissension and Mutiny Prevent Effective Action Against City of Juarez. GREAT OPPORTUNITY LOST Gen, Oiozco, It Is Reported, May Be Removed From BULLETIN EL PASO Peb Orozco it was learned today has 75 cases of dynamite which have been taken to Samalaytica where it is expected Navarao s troop ti iins which aie mov Ing northward will ti s lnd w lero an attempt will be made to blow them up EL PASO Feb to the latest reports reaching heie to- day the failure the lebeh to take the city of Juaie'when the opportu nltv offered is due to petty diffeiences and mutiny in the revolti'ionaiy ranks It is repoi ed that Onciil Orozco is to be lemoved from com mand of the msirgeut troops because he withdrew from his, fo tided plice about Juarez jesterdiv afternoon and has not kept his piomise of taking the city Members of the revolutionary junta said that General who was re Inforced by 250 men under Genen Casilla would "tart "o ith to contos the road to Juirez with the fedora troops under General Nuirro now reported about eightv miles south of Juarez This f it proves Irue vv 1 end for the the tened it tack on Juaiez The junta v di iided to wlethei Orozco should re mam near Juaie? a hmc. flat Blanco would come to his iid or a handon the can pal, n for retreat A member who favored the retreat saM CALLS IT A LIE PORTSMOUTH, 0, Feb Judge A, Z Blair teday branded the statement made at the Dean bill hearing m Columbus last night 4 that he had accepted while In office frpm the "interests" as an mfamoiis lie and the a4leged> author, Homer Durand, as an "in famous liar" "After my election to the Judge ship I received no fees, either le gal or otherwise from any person or organization and if Homer Durand made that statement he Is an infamous declared Judge Blair death wairant ambitions There was a ?d b> "Welsh of his own political storm of hisses stop LAFOLLETTE CHARGES TAFT TRIES TO DODGE TO OPPOSE TAFT' WASHINGTON Feb LaFollstte of Wisconsin is being groomed by the orogres sixe republicans for the repubh can pres nomination in 1912 against P-esident Taft is as serted here The matter was dis cussed with interest today upon v the pibhcation of LaFollette s open letter to the president in which he charges in effect that the presi dent is trying to dodge responsi bllity in the Cunningham Alaska claims MADISON is Feb as same depa- m nt IT is a matter sole- h of r'titv 01 executive spo bilitv 1 the ca e it prope aiut ant it a i i y bb know thej exet itivp atmuc t w rl h be two I It i in ihu put culai instance gum is important that the puuac know i- i The first is a special bill for thej ti in-ter of th decision of the Cun i mng'iam flora hands to the couit of upeal of tin Dlsttlct of Co- lumbia savb the m speaking of I the two bilU introduced bv Senator Hls almost overwhelmed with hundreds of protests from Indig- nant aid die atisfied piopem owners County Auditor Deist took the bull the horns, Iiidav and alter a const Italian with Secretary Hauser, the Business. Associat on steps were taken which will result in a owners ni ht next week at which the Jj Auditor Deist And Business Men's Association Will Arrange For Mass Meeting And It is Possible that Ten Per Cent Reduction Can Be Secured and Still Main- tain Low Rate. Defin te action looking tow aid i lief from excessive property fixed the ClU board of renew rov ed Nelson i K second 15 a general bill providing for lie of the de ci ion of all land fiom the umve to tie courts and luthorizmg a letnal denc-vo m cases which tuve mass meeting of property nrtei ilther bill tb decision of the Cunningham cast inav be takm from vour haud-v and turned over to the ourt ot appeals of this district You voureelf have stated in a pub to the state commi 5.011 at Coluaibis 4uditoi Deist suggests a possible ten per cent horizontal reduction in the valuitions and savs such a n. 1 tion would satisfy 8a per cent of those who are now protesting the time he savs such a reduction would -a jmibdiction you voluntanlv tte Stl" pernut a mil1 taT llmlt He hdb figures to that i{ publuly abM med If bo upon what utive act of patenting or with ent "'nations 01 rea piojeitv tand ard i fir allowance is made for PUbl'C PUWK' holdln? Patento in Ian i cas s lies with peisonal a ten m levy will n duce for the city In 1909 These pemneni questions ad mUrSrf taxes piodueed but 0U0 ibcoifdei that the personal returns, dressed to President raft in an open posetf of all such and the s eablh lhl ne n revenue even wuu a ten per cent re- lettei to the nations chief executive court of the I aited btateb his in La toll tte., Wtellv Magazine to- upheld i authontv so to do The complete letter nearlv two the Cunninglum entn e. do von now wish to be lolieved of it' Is it vour dtfeiie thit at the eleven th hour congiess should take from vour hands the jimsdlctlon of the case di- thousand woids m length gives the entire hlstoiv of the Cunningham case and the great harm which might come to the nation if two bills introduced on lanuan 9th by S nator Nelson are passed You have yourself assumed all re sponsibilitv foi the disposal of this case "iou have taken It out of the hands of the interior department on in real prooertv v; thontv so to do _ "iou have -either directlv or indi (Continued AIRMAN'S WIFE TO SHOW NOTES i 10 m this called vicious circle of investigation and adjudication bv officers of the IN Central Board Bill Passed De- spite the Oppositom of Many Republicans WINTERS' PLAN DEFEATED COLU'vIBUS 0 Teb 10 the only new thing brought out in the Dean bill hearing last night before house temperance committee was the sensational charge bv C Homef Durand of the Personal Liberty League closing the argument for the wets that Judge A Z Blair Adams county mtr selling proboi is receiv- ing a retainei while serving on the bench He did not name the source of the retainer Despite claims of Sen ator Dean of a majority of fourteen for his bill in the house some repre-I COLUMBUS O Feb house sentatives both wets and drjs bv a vot" of 70 to 38 passed the declare a poll shows it will fail of sell central board bill embodying the passage ideas of Governoi Harmon for the ad The hearing renewed arguments ministiation of the state institutions which have been made on the Dean It is the as thp Dore bill on the Dill and county option law foi the senate side which was also a spec terday afteinoon but Democrats Prevented Move To Pick Measure To 'Phone Merger Hearing on democrats appealing its o democratic representatives to _ Gov Harmon and the party This was answeied bv the claim that Gov Hai poned and made a special older for 2 The bill provides for one board to mon s election was due entirely to the gov era nineteen state institutions in 'wets cl idmg the Sandusl y soldiers home Ordei was better than in any pre- There was a waim fisht over an vious public argument over a liquor amendment to strike out the section to bill Smith of Ottawa chair compel use bv countv and municipal man of thi- temperance commirtpe an offlc rs of stippl PS made in state in noimced at the stait that applause stitutions Its elimination would have and hissing would not bp tolerated prevented emplovment of the htm He cautioned the si, al ers a-amst per dieds of men now in the penitentiary >onalmes When ni'ses staited to in die house The amendment 10 .errupt Durand Welsh to to Oie house and th noise stopped Winters of Sanduskv democratic The h 11 of the house was packed and floor leadei last year wantid to he doors were closed nnre than an I le bill to pieo s in committee of (he hour hefoie the stait Peicy Andreae whole He was SUPDJI ed Dv tnt Eleven Known Dead, Including Two Rescuers, and Six Are Missing. Cel Feb Eleven are now known to be dead and six are missing probably dead as a. result of the explosion last night in the Car bon Coal Coke Co mine here Two ot the dead are rescuers who were overcome by black damn Now Believed Body of Million- aire, and Not His Daugh- ter Was Stolen. OFFICIALS OFFER REWARD Membeis of Family Are Silent But Assist Sleuths Who Suspect Blackmail, ERIE Pa Feb 10 authorities working on the Scott grave-robbing case here today feel certain that the Mrs Grace Brookins wife of __ body stolen from the magnificent Scott hoy aviator who has sued for di mausoleum was not that of Mrs 4nna vorce in Cincinnati, will contest the McCollom, as was at first supposed, suit and will present, as evidence but that of the millionaire, William number of letters she received from a a B Scott, himself him She declares he told her in believe the body is buried them about a number of admiring today renewed the'r efforts to locate n some cellar about the citv Mem women who sent him flower, the remaining men were brourht out Soon more bodies Seventeen men were in the mine at the time the explosion occuned but bv the quickness with which rescuers were rushed into the mine two of the men were taken out unconscious and later revived The mine was adver- tised as the safest in the country AEfl HCKOA CLUB. Special to The Stai Journal COLUMBLS o Peb Rlv erside club of Huron was incorpo todav bv A E Spear J A Mrs this adds to the mystery ihe incn cmnatrramiiv and" Brookins an bers of family are silent and Brookins was governess for auto salesman when they were mar I ned Contractors Held Grud Jury at t'liicinuatl Today. tive can only be conjectured The ai rival here of Gilbeit H Per kins head of the Perkins Union De tective agency and a stafiof men hu nccirMAI C thrown new vim into the search Mi vl I I UrrlulAL.0 Perkins began his work shortlj. after __________ his arrival paying a visit to the tomb Mrs Griswold of Philadelphia a relative of the McCollinns wired to the Strong family urging that the Plnkertons also be put on the case I CINCINNATI O Feb ton violation of the abode of the dead ments against two leading Cincinnati the countv ,s being searched fromTnd officials Public Service Director Sund to fnr a nf u_ ,____, mnl.-nr v-nA t in Wnrfnoor- ShbilAi iml properly Miller r H Theveis F n to end for a trace of those maker and itv Engineer Shipley ind sliarwan 1 r B ffll T thelr way lnto the and toie conUactors .1 Henkel fon BerttlnK from lts cofhn the member Henkel and W Coney for al ALBANY of one of Pennsylvania s leading famil loged fraud in paving contracts were ies Already the cemetery author! retui ned today by the grand jury now Feb 10 fact ties have offered a leward of Jl 000 foi probing public contracts Slag cement is been used "instead- of Portland cement as On Januarv 28 Auditor Deist re- ceived notice from the state tax com- mission that the auditors would soon be called to Columbus to consider situatun He expects to receive a no- tice anv day to meet with the com- mission and he must go prepared with full data Auditors from many counties have alreadv been called up- on to meet with the commission next week Because of this and because of tha great number of protests here, Mr. Deist thougnt it best to call a meet- ing of citizens It was arranged Fri- cay that the executive committee ot the Business Men s shall meet with the auditor in his offlca Saturday evening. The figures then be talked over and a genetal outline formed for futuie proceedings. Then a call will be issued for a gen- eral or mass meeting at tae, court house as earlv as possible in the Ing week Auditoi Deist beliems it would he a good plan to send a committee of the Business Mens Association or of piopertj owners with him to Colnnv bus to appeal before the state tax commission Untie the city board of review cannot decrease the total du- plicate but can only adjust valu- ations adding to one what Is tatea from another the state commission has the power to either or as the auditor cent redaction would be possible and still permit the ten mill tax limit the state commis- sion would probably consent to sflch a reduction Altogether it looks very ranch f the property owners are to win out. The individual protests might not have amounted to much but ihe plaints have been so general and w emphatic that a general movement I now under way The state tax com- rirlssion shows that a total valuation of personal property of Jll would be necessary m the city to come within the ten mill limit Au- ditor Deist is confident this figure will be reached and probably exceed- ed Complaints continued to pour la owners expressed the opinion that there should be c.'ian-'e m the board of tev an entirely new board reduce the total If contends a ten per o oi hat moip than 100 couples in Portltbe arrest ml of thr ,Jn rnpstei have hppn m TI njin.i. i wedlock bv officials who had no legal light to lerform the matrimonial ceremony wag disclosed in a bill to legalize the marriages introduced In the legisla- of Cincinnati hear1 of thp biewers vigilance buieau prco ded the Tie dry bpeakers were publicans but demociats pi evented the move Semtoi Yount announced that there ere ludte Flair Polio J idgo of w o t i be i sp cial meet nB of the ben Davton Circuit Judse illn of Wir ite oo-miittee on railroads one week ten Mavor James Rice of Canton from next ftiesdav evening to give a L D Sr-ncer of Warien countv public hearing on his telephone merg or the state grange ind fl Pncv njr a" who opened de for tht wets mat sa castir i) mcnt upon a np B heeler s t rm nt that i uptio-i fund haa r n ra bv the liquor people to in f if o for he bi 1 decl ired he fa! itv if ttiis il 02; ti >n ind Til "IP niett Hi of wlnt h term id intinnd r SDI to bv ene mips (ft" hill I d" "la r stirtel with i ciids >om Seioto I lend' of the plan of elect ng Lntted States sena ois claim the otes of Senators Keller and on the siae foi the -.to'kwell bill and have hope of getting aLo the vote of Senatoi Tod who is at honi" rfl The fl inters hill as to the testimonv of corpoiation officers n against i orpora ions and (he bill of h e of countv restricting commer- NEARS 65TH MILESTONE dalB llfamllv expected To offer a larger sum for the return of specified in the contract the bodv Ba teied bronze doois learf n- nn MEMPHIS Tenn Feb 10 the sepulcher tell a story of violence and flftcpn 'Phone Men D6- The floor is strewn with fiagme when a three stoi-y bnck ware I r WDST ORANGE N I Feb 10 V Edison the famous inventor will entei upon his tv fifth veai tomonow having 1S-T FxceptinR that his deafness has increased of late Mr Ed bon 15 repoited to be in as good or better health than he has enjoyed in som yeais AKEON JURIST MAY BE FEDERAL JUDGE of copper caskets and the name plates here caved in art thrown about the violated ciypU showing i lalnlv that the intruders had fixed purpose m -mind But the lent walls, give forth no utterance and the force of men working on the my ten are baffled j De ecttves t o t'p f and otner cities who aie flocking Ene believe t1 it t famil vaill w men trained m ghoulish work They point out th it tne intrud ers battered the 1 ion e K for 24 21 THE WEATHER Foiectst Fail tonight except snow nea the lake Saturday fair anu warmer I f mperaiure at 7 a m 20 de- S ees _Temperature one jear 18 and sets one of the chief hot tircwcr an oTcei in tl eir sate l that cial flsnini; m Sanduskv was c al'on record show de m airests di orce anrl foi alimonv the sa'oons voted out he that Orozcis foice purpose! v had been announced as larger than it was All told he said the force under Oiozco had not numbered' noie than 360 n en Abraham Gonzalc provisional Ne have jiist heaid wonder- governor of Chihuahua within the 'hat br cause some places last week has repeatedly ordered the law the should be B'anco to join the detachment threat 1 cn_anSei' _This is anarchy ctmg Iitarez but B'anco acknowledges no superior This fnc tion is said to ac ount largel for the Ineffectiveness of the revolution to bav were ecommena. d to the house for passage to lav date Oficer Wounded HI Fej 10 b it jtmtor Kellei of I ucas- countv in tro-iuced n the senate a bill to make I Lucas cou itv a ubdivison by itself of the iiidicial subdivision of which it is a pait It is practical the same till b the las esislattiie and1 v Governoi Hani on The same senator introdmed a bill authonylng townshnp trustees to con struct sidcv ks on petition of prop crty owners Senator lount had his inst the D an sohool hook commission (countv) bill ing of Davton W10 a order on Thurs ,no' a calendnr sent bark to the com- aii h s fo- his fl st ap mlttee and ,mn re his sta L commission bill of the last legislature This is to; meet the objec io s mar> b some of the sena ors to the countv bill Senato- Stockwell intiiduced a bill I D Spence ne represente "r'iot the11 of ion cjunt d farnitr 9> he lea ince I'efore a comm t tf Ht save figuiea from his court rrc rds interred o snow taat t ei nu iher had been leduced exacth in r 010 tion to the smaller number of sa cors in Dayton Do you want to Harmon by sending hurt this Governor Long said in closing A de suprelne court appointive bv an engagen "i ar Tom h about flf miles from he Mexican horde be Iween insurrectns ana Mexican diers Cpneial To'-'es federal officer in charge of fie depai ment of the state of Sonora was shot and daugerouslv ....._ __.._ _____ bv one of his own soldiers Irisive iaiign folloned He must i iovernor according to a courier who veto It, or turn coward He it not tern Mexico early trday. a coward If he tlgu it, ue the] SP4PFR1 forced their wav tl ongh th doois leading into the in erloi of the granite tomb and thn bv the at 1 fl a nickeling lantein oegm their wo 1 dcgnes Sim rises at 6 '1 a at p in (stardird tunM MiAimum w nd veocity boms end nc at noon todav i i 10 o clock Th trbd iv 1 night dare Against Deal With Morgan-Bell CHICAGO ILL Feb 10-The Na- tiondl of tne Indeoendent Ttlophone Cos todav tinanimouslv a resolution declaring them- selves against anv consolidation wltfc the Morgan Bell inteie ts Individual members of the associa- tion who md been mentioned nec ion vvith the rumors were called to the tl or aad isked what thnv Inew iboit dims out to the trust In ven instanct toe mem-bers denied that thev bad old out or had entered m o negotiations to sell out Even the pre of the association L F, Wo-wi-. of Lincoln Neb was not ex- empt from this line of inquirv OllEVOl The Voting Power of Every N aw Subscription Turned in Sat- urday In The Grand Baby Contest WiH Be Doubled. Tomorrow is Double 'voe Dav i I in this great race for fane and for !he grand S oO inzt con t now as oa o dm irv occasion being condu ted fo the Sanduskv Mai Jouiml bv the Ma Donald Uros Syndicate of Fue Pa It will be what is to be positivelv the last Don ble Vote Dav of this mammoth news paper competition and meat s that will be issued on even new subscription turned into the contest department tomorrow at the rate of two for one Tbe offer will be good until 1 o clock tomorrow night T to that time a V--HINGTON DC Feb 10 01 o wil! sain one congressman by the ac ion of the house In passing the Crumpacker apportionment bill fixing ize of the house at 433, laismg it from the present number, 'il Tie sena e a-coiding to both Some little swterh art is going to I demociatic senate ?o a ont; w v tomo r w toward'lea'Ie" will aciept the bill it 1 nchmg its final success and makleiltni house piobably without smead- mg certain of that coveted title anl kml' the most popular county and vicmitv babv m Ene It might just as wtll be your little darling as some thers provided of course that you the same ambition and eneigv lust rallv all of your friends for a last stand iet them know that It is now or never inform them that not new subscription fc, three months In do now to Th the c'ty Hi 1 be worth 2000 votes a If ,ou wll, bu, ldxi5e ,hem of tne ,lf_ making the officrs ofstate librarian state vhool commissioner state dairy to him and food commissioner and clerk of the Friends of Judge Dayton A o! Akron, are urging President Taft to appoint him to succeed R Tar ler on the federal bench for the northern district of Ohio Taft want new subsTiption for six months trill be good Tor D uuu votes and a new sub- scription for a year 18000 votes All others votes will be Increased in same proportion and If the tabx.rtp- be The voting power of vour dollar Is just doubled {or this It in line with the short j ed to appoint IT G Denman but op- occasion and It affords the opportn position 'arose and Judge Doyle nity for you to be of just u urged a comproolM candidate much atrviot roar llttit favorite (Continued on Paje The ratio on the new appor- t'onroent is based 19 one for everv AI 877 of population The Ohio general aMtmbly raa p oceed with the congresional trictir.c with the certalotf that work will not nave to be Whether that portion of tit democratic organization te Ouyaaoga democracy It nlflcani-e of great offer of lhe ronfressmaii to Double Votes Dont let a moment etcape vou for the momenta BOW golden Be up and doing ev- ery tingle minute and on Feb IS have the satisfaction of Kelng your babys name heralded all over country one of la the grwtect must go under of packer bill to The deuncraU ip o for   

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