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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE SANDU SKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FEBRUARY 13, 1911, WILL SHE SLIDE DOWN HIS CELLAR DOOE? NUMBER 107 Would Not Give Opposition A Chance To Concentrate Its Forces. POLL SHOWS BILL IS SAFE IN THE SENATE Speaker Cannon's Declaration Stirs Friends Of Measure Who Will Not Delay, WASHINGTON, Feb. ident Taft arrived in Washington at this morning from his Ca- nadian reciprocity tour. Upon his arrival, his first step was to ascertain the strength of Speaker Cannon's opposition to the treaty. It Is the president's opinion that the bill will have bet- ter chances to pass now if It were held up, giving the oppo- sition time to concentrate. What will probably most bitter flght of the present session started today when Representative McCall, of Massachusetts moved to the reciprocity bill. Objec- tion was immediately raised to its consideration by Representative 01 cott. of New York. The motion that the house consider the treaty, however, was carried by a vote of 195 to 121. This result show- ed that there is a good working ma- jority favoring the bill. Representa- tive Hill immediately after the vote ___began the argument for the bill. TV complete poll of the senate, taken by the New York American showed sixty-five members pledged to reci- procity. The house is already safe for the agreement, as is also the Canadian parliament Complete victory Tor the measure is therefore assured if the poll is correct. Advices from Springfield, III., indi- cate that the president's reciprocity plan is likely to receive endorsement by the Illinois legislature, despite Speaker Cannon's opposition. When trie legislators get back on Tuesday they will find awaiting them a clearly toflned issue whether Illinois will fol low the president or Speaker Canno of Danville. Mr. Cannon's letter t Btate Senator Bailey of Danville is re eponslble for the lines of persona-lit teing.so distinctly drawn. Among th' many legislators who remained -her Bfler attending the Lincoln banquet the belief is that the legislature wil support the president in his reciproc fly recommendations. Cannon's letter was given out before president had finished his speech end was generally taken as a boM play of the stand-patters to defeat til reciprocity measure. "The demccratic majority of the next house, is pledged to pass th  lution is expf-ctpr] to ivlien Gcu. hi ard G- 1. in r the rebels, :nen a f> w nules of .'uarez. If is tler'atctl Capture of Juar '2, tlu tily to the nnrth. by the ir.surr.-otos, Is oertain, ant! if Oroz.-'i i; beau r. Deans the scattering and breikiiu'up rf the rebel array in th? nir'h. tan officials today declare troops now hemmlns in the rebels or. all fides and wil! crush them at a single I (Continued on Page lEWSFAPESr Iffllji TO CLOSE 1 GREAT BABY WEST This Great Proposition Of Triple Votes Will Win If Hard Work Is Kept Up Until Closing Day, Satur- day, February 18. Well, good people, here's the offer you've been waiting for, TRIPLE VOTES for the concluding week of this mammoth race for the babies is the latest, and in fact the last'of- fer which will be made you. Such liberal offers as have charac- terized this event have never been made in any similar enterprise. Twice have you been offered double votes. Now comes the concluding week and with it must come the conviction that the contest' managers nave been exceedingly generous. It is the supposition of the man- agement that you will want your little darlings to win, and that this last -----derful you to pitch in and do everything in your power for that sweet-faced little cherub who is the 'ruler of your lousehold, and the pride and pet of the neighborhood. Here, then, is the ;reatest, the most magnificent oppor- tunity that has been offered you to win for that little tot of whom you are so justly proud. Nothing like las ever been seen in this or any other contest, and the offer is only made at this time that you may take fresh hope, that you may bolster ip your waning courage and come lown the home stretch with a spirit and dash that will land you in front at the wire. the greatest sprint during these last few days that you are capable of, for that will be necessary if your little sweetheart Is to be a winner Let everyone get busy instantly and lose not one single moment of this last week. This contest Is to come to a close promptly at 9 o'clock next Saturday night, and just think now disappointed you will be after six weeks of striving if your darling is not voted one of the most popular babies in Erie county. You can en- compass this much-to-be-desired re- sult if you will just give your baby's campaign the very best there is in you during the last few days ------New Choiul.iy Arrangements for the close of the contest are even now being made such as the selection of judges etc' They will be men of the very 'high- est standing, men who are above re- (Continued on Page 8) WOULDN'T RECOGNIZE CENTENNIAL BILL DELAYED Now Promised Consideration in House In Last Six Days Of Session, STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, Feb. Sulloway pension bill carrying ad- ditional pensions aggregating over annually, and which has passed the house, was re- ported favorably to the senate to- day by the committee on pen- sions. The committee, however, adopted an amendment to the bill which reduces the pensions of vet- erans over 70 years old from a month. The bill will make the total annual pension budget amount to The entire Ohio delegation with the exception of Representatives Ljjng- worth, Goebel and Thomas, at a con- 'erence with Webster P. Huntlugtou, the Perry centennial discussed ways and means of getting the Perry centennial bill through the ho_use. The conferees sett a oont a message to bpeaker Cannon asking his advice on the subject and "Uncle Joe" told them that the best plan would be to bring the bill up on one of the last six days of the session under the suspension of the rules. This will be done and great efforts will be made to rush the bill through the senate. Representative Rodenburg of the committee on Industrial arts and ex- positions which reported favorably on the bill has offered to bring the matter to the attention of the house and Speaker Cannon has promised to recognize him when the time comes. Another series of conferences was beld today at the White House on the matter of appointing a new feder- 11 judge at Cleveland. Friends of former Attorney General Denman are still confident that he will win. The report that Common Pleas Judge Doyle, law partner of Senator Dick, would be given the appointment was scouted today by all who are well versed on the situation. While Sen- itor Burton would not say anything or publication, he Intimated that the rumor was made out of the whole cloth and that there was no truth in The rivers and harbors bill is still icing held up In the conference com- mittee and it is intimated that the ill] will be used as a club to force iction on the tariff board and reclp- ocity bills. In other words, unless ertain senators withdraw opposition those measures, the harbor bill lay die. Senator Bailey is espocial- y hard hit by this.__________ A serious cutting affray which may result in a charge of murder being placed against Joseph Sur- rusca. aged 40, an Italian employed en the Big Four section gang, waa ths climax to an affair which start- ed as a carousal and ended aa a general fight at the residence of Alfred Christian, a young colored man, or, Svcamore street in East End Sunday night. Surrutea Is under arrest with a charge of cutting with intent to kill against h'm while Anthony Strauc, a his alleged victim, It at Providence hospital in a seri- ous condition. Strauc is a man about 2S years of Be. He has been employed as a laborer at one of the new plants la the East End. Dr. Peterson who tended the wounded man Monday morning said it was impossible to say for a day or two whether or not tbo man would recover. He was slashed in the abdomen, the knife cutting clear though the abJominal wall An- other slash put a bad gash in man's breast. to have used a Tne assailant is said common jack Unite. ati has returned to Washington and aken up his work In congress. Goe- .vuilllwu IkUltUi surgeons can never tell what compli- cations may result from a wound so inflicted until several days have elaps- ed. However, on Monday, Strauc doing as well as could be expected. Complete' particulars as to the causa of Sunday night's row are lacking bat it is understood that Surrusca and Strauc jrtot into a flght over one el the colored" women present at tire Christian residence. It Is said them was a queer mixture of negroes foreigners on hand for the carousal at which much Hquor was drang. Tire ngnt started about midnight and after Strauc had been slashed, there was a' hurried getaway by the guests. At fred Christian, who is a son ot Major Christian, is said to have walked injured man to Henry Barter's saloon, corner of Madison street and Syea- raore line. There Barter saw the tert- misness of the man's condition and ha called a taxicab and took Stvaac to the Office of Dr. Knoble. i-tlw .--v- it was a case for the police and ht) immediately notified cjrs. ,1 .j had Strauc removed to the hospital With this late start. Captain Kennedy and Officers Schelfly, See- bach and Moltz were dispatched to the scene of the cutting. TBsre they found the alleged assailant had fled bat tha Christian family gave a good descrip. tion of the man. Learning that Sur- rusco was employed with the Big Four section gang, the officers went to the camp car located near the railroad shops in the West End and there :hpy found the man who is alleged to lave slashed the Hungarian. It was 3 o'clock Monday morning when Sur- rusca was locked up. Surrusca will not likely have a-hear- days. In the in .ime Strauc's condition will _t ed and should he die, a charga of mur- el has been absent from the city ler will before the Christmas holidays, man. The police ar! also a! wort Goehel has an important distilled rounding up further evidence concern- ouor bill pending, which is of great ling the fight and these who were ores- mportance to the Buckeye state, p ecially the northern part. The bill rovides that all brandies made from I ruita shall be exempted from all pro- i UNION OF POLICEMEN Pa Feb Certainly Phenomenal Offer. Three for one is certainly a most henomenal offer. It will aiiply only o ne--v business, new subscriptions or -likely that action will be taken on CHICAGO. Feb. l3.-The Chicago the bill shortly. police, if they organize a union, will NEW CASTLE, tices were p plant that e mills there would resume operations liimday. Nearly 2.000 men will get work. receive no aid from the Chicago Fed- eration of Labor and will not bo ad- mitted into that body, according to a statement made today by Ed Norkeis, 0, secretary of the C. F. of L. The labor! xtensions of new subscriptions. It i organization is very bitter against the j (fords all of you an equal chance.1'101'''" because of their stand in tbe 'p tbose who have fallen a little be-! ''Mont strike. Tile policemen IJLIVC ind it offers the opportunity, if you j threatened !n organize a union be-' but redouble your efforts they were refused an in n hi? rave salary' Business Men's Association Committee Named To Act With nost earnest efforts in view of the' SALEM. Or.. 13. Governor: reatly increased reward. The offer' West vetoed a hill adopted In the calculated to inspire everyone to isiature abolishing the whipping post I UNERAL OF ARCHBISHOP RYAN, THURSDAY, WILL BE ATTENDED BY LEADING CLERGYMEN Auditor Deist In Effort To Gain Relief From Excessive Tax Values. WHAT WAS DECIDED PHILADELPHIA. Pa.. Feb. essages of condolence from people of 1 classes and creeds pouring into the liscopal residence here indicate that e death of the Most Rev. Patrick hn Ry.in. archbishop cf Philadelphia mourned :'ot only :n his home city. Jt throughout the country. The end me kite Saturday artemocn. follow- ar.otr.er The arch- ?hop hrd .11 failing h- r.'th for a year; He -.vojld have iieen years oid on the 2'ith oi inotrh. Over- mond F. Prendergaft. auxiliary bishop, is- acting as administrator of the According to Dr. Anders, overwork precipitated the death of the arch bishop. Although extremely weak be insisted on celebrating the high mas- in the cathedral on Christmas dav -ind again.-t the advice or his he ofriciiued in ra ;r' tbp recent -ii-xori.il 5l.r- vice. Ryan was considered thc- oft line uihi To ask ths state tax comrriis- sion to a horizontal retfuc- tion of fifteen percent in the valu- ations 01 real estate of the city ft ef review. If this request is granted, not J to hold a public meeting. If not granted, to call such a session, and resist the collection of by leral To attempt to remove the prssert si'.y br-arci of rcvi-.v. be made to have the data on hand for a s- ste-m.itir and convincing presen- i tntion of the facts to the state authori- I i P-- i.he M J. C Hauser. A. K. M. Vief- j nieier, r.6 a committee of three, to- words of the dying arch benedition. "God Mess you." were ajnation.il and in his Funeral services will be held Thursday morn- ing and will be attended by practically all of the prominent clergy in the nnm citv u" ne accorded a popular recognition that far surpaissed tfhat' of .of hii predecessors, he having lieen on the friendliest terms with men of all re- me o a re- American hierarchy. The body will I ligious denomlnatiens. He was one of he Instate in tfce eathedray and j the foremost pulpit orators in tie will be entombed back of the altar-iCatholic church In this country beside those of his predecessors, Bishop Egan. Bishop Cotfwell and Wood. Kt, M- The arcbinhop was bern in Thurles county of Tlwerary, Ireland, in the tax value, on real estate of the city board of review, the executive committee of the Business Men's association, at its meeting Sat- unlay night In the court aouse. took definite steps toward wtvins the prob- lem of high Within the nut few days, tbe com- mute and auditor will be busy prepar- flag bearing on the tax Uon IB Uii woatr. Srery tfwt wttl It was Keneral opinion of those the meeting that a hori- zont.il reduction of fifteen percent in the estimates would satisfy from eishty-flve ninety per cent of those who .ire iiMking protests. Auditor said that the owners of high csiieeially in sec- tions where land values had material- in recent years, would --IU! jreater lowering of It was agreed that :ew ca-es this chsracter would to he equalized by the city bnrt review. Auditor Deist does not know soon he wil! be asked to appear 1 the state Mix commission, but 1 'hat the request will be or three It Ig _ probable that the trip will fee (this week, as the jute nave gives tbe auditor _ in comparing tax ralim to busy for tow or fire It WM coMldcnd to how a CttiXMU to I NEWSFAPEsi   

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