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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE SANDUSKY STAR- LAST ft.. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1911, No Doubt That Measure Will Pass The House By Good Sized Majority. [TAFT AND CLARK FOR GENERAL RECIPROCITY President and Speaker-to-Be in Full From the Grange, HOW OHIOANS VOTED WASHINGTON, Feb tfep tote yesterday when the house decided to take up the McCall ocity bill, a vote regarded as a test and showing that the measure will pass the house, all the Ohio democrats voted in the affirmative, as did Howland, Cas sidy, Longworth and Douglas, re publicans The Ohioans against immediate consideration were Goebel, Hollingswarth, Johnson, Cole, Keifer, Kennedy and Thomas Taylor and Joyce were absent WASHINGTON Fteb 14 looked I today as if a vote might be reached j in the house before night or at least some time Wednesday on the McOalr NUMBER NOTED ARCHITECT WANTS UNCLE SAM PBESS TROUSERS OR PAY HIM 75 CENTS ANDERSON AND SHARP IN SAME DISTRICT BY THIS PLAN; THEY KICK STAR JOIRNM, EIRE U the s ate win be entitled to If con Bu idme i sie Ju u ns, on H ch 1 without 1 D C Peb The P d i bill the unit of ntw p i of longussio al i apiKHt on- tl tat Upi lature ibl f> ict bit tt attis ORATOR AND MAN FOR WHOM PLEA IS MADE I bite ton t ma ivih suggested at olura il i proved imifomilv 11 ui t-u. The usuallv quiet atmosphere of the offiw of the controller of the treasury In Washington was smchargcd with indigndtionTemith upon re ceipt of a bill for 75 cents for pressing the trousers of D H Biirnhaui njted Chicago architect and ch'i.man of the fine aits commission a e cent official trip to Washington The bill can t be and won t be paid bj K. THROUGHOUT SWEAT FULL VALUE _ to di i it- i 5 md r publican tliKe tn t'o Olio ddegi 101 sen it vc ibioo tj whom tie map sent has thiee democratic conn ties kpped off his district and four npv comtiea jo i d to it nukmq it a d ibtiul district Repi An'Hrr li dstiut changed fi n democ atic to lepubhcin at t ie be doubtful bv tne elimmition of in tount and the aldition ot Fukon ind Represumtue it i-, went up thioiiR the ceiling when he the ff-n it its him and F ptese'iu ti> ''I-lip in the a ne distrut bv i cr-n binatii n Shi p rei 01 vrr> ni-noiis and dislikes the word gemmandei Peinn" (hit tie Curapacker th iluno lats ipiortl 1 il fixing tl lined up foi the h membership it 4 7 which (ouiitn his pas ed the ho i e u is a joler that vo ild give the lepubli cans a "ifit over the d ocrats in the leitoni colle_ Senator Clarke of k'nsis S patoi Stone of Missouri and a few othei senators be ran to oiganiyc the democratic side of the s nate t the tion These senators are up in be thev sav that the hidden impor tance of the bill is not In the effect it I would have upon the of the v n H b Hio 1 b n d lit il coitutbs does, s ut to pi a i liv null hins; If nit ht of the aiuv lus-t ioifci s on March all wul di the Crumpatker bill with the lest if it is not acted upon 1 tha time and o ii.uss would have 10 tik up tie subjfc of apnor ti nment legislation trom the veiv be 311111 vv> n H im asam IMC! s iu it, entitled li manv ir suUnt il cle tor., it !m0 senators ?n1 r in and since i I i >petis that und i i house of i nteib moie republiian than denociatic states in al lep pseiitinon it U n follow-, that jioie rep ibhcins tlan di n'oerats will be added to the electoial collegt This phas o' the mattei s tins to have lietn ovulooled in tl generallv N v AoiU ai 1 New J r sev as nnimallv rep il I nn si it the glins in inemhci hip und r tht 433 louse would giv th Hpuhhcins a tOoi tinu d on I ge Hie i _ bill ratifying the Canadian reciprocitv v igieement Whije the -vote decided one .per cent igieement vote decided tf consU er bill wa-i 197 to 120 the vuuoit I.LLT3 Uiu nui J.iJ( IAJ J14U tilt) final vote is expected to show even a Objections from iraoority Oi the test vote 134 and several other counties democrats were for consideration and vej? uttua iti i opposed ls, wlth dally conferences atiou and 19 against it while Gi republicans fa v ored consideration and 101 opposed tf, it Representative McCall hopes W considering plans ind the general debate at C o clock by raised so this ifternoon The house may remain as sufficient revenue Chair- man Ditty said it was the commis sion a purpose this year to assess bate ctearly demonstrated "the serious value a11 utl1 split that erists among the republi railroad stre t sub cans of the house on reciprocity It an4 railroads elec now appears that a majority of the re- telephone telegraph and ex by the direct vote of the people by but ln fhp fjct that ll lnf-leases the the Oregon plan number of republiian electoral votes The Denn HHI. ________________the presidencv to the n publicans in anj The bill is whollj in the hands tnine llke a close campaign v ar of its friends as to time for the vote to Rallying the democrats of the sen Meantime the state tax commission be taken The temperance committee ate to a'd these senators started in saBsion until the bill Is passed The test vote and the general de STV.R BLREUl Munsej Building WASHINGTON D 0 Fell 14 Senator Pemos-e of Pennsvlvima to the senate a bil The'report has the senate Thev are counseling then i 000 for a celebration ind memor of the house which has it with a fa a movement intagonistic to le pis _iai mtroduced__ir vorablo report is saee Hle Crumpacker bill thiough I providing for in e and will not be until the of the" colleagues that the proper lire although tin to get more support fiom that sidf t-v auylJvllL Hum mat, UL tt the chamber than he at first antlcipat-, correspond ed Like the the inaur. I ?Prom tne present a few In Put in Bav to celebrate the vie torv of Commodore Peri v on Lake Eiie Now that the Penv centenma supiorttrs in the house have do idee to bung the house bill up on one o1 the last sis davs of the s-ession thev aie directing their efforts toward get ting the bill bv the senite it Colonel C Haves of Tiemont courts-would reduce observers it looks as though a vote lealns offlciallj from congress as to. is in Washington in connection with or two might throw the bill either now majW representativi s in congress the Perry centennial matter bill are readj to rush it to a vote disposition to make of the Cmmpfick That will not be before week It er ls to let ll the senate and is evident that the friends of the bill tnM are 5O determined In their oppo ire not as sure of its passage as thev that the Crumpacker hi 1 to sav claim to be If as Senator Dean de tlle 'east laclt" a great deal of being clared last week It had fourteen votes out wood3 publicans will vote against the meas TOmPanies He explained that i to spare It is not likely that he woiill A state legislature cannot pass anv ls li otner propertv was not assessed at delay the vote a day To unbiased1 Kind of an apportionment bill until LUILG uiv legmtiiB, lasur-1 a gent ranks also are torn wide open real estate, The bill introduced by Represent-! and like the regulais again a major- had been aseessed too high hut manv QonjiMehtoa to rafce Nisi ity of them will vote against the Tre lov were' to 10 OOff the population required for measure Some of the republicans Some said theii counties cities has direct bearing on the Dean who spoke today declared thev saw In M ve ,-1 cent while others bllV Unller the proposed change the reciprocity agreement the begin- salV to the. m the nlng of the end of protection The discussion )s 1101 1 m'ted1 to the much more personal property A democratic caucus has been call i "vv uifKuDoivii 4iul, 1 111 tell bu -j e ti hall, of congress by any means Last afternoon at which the night at the op sea ion of the Pan American commercial congress stockwe11 senator bill will come l'p Or discussion and according to cress both President Taft and Speaker to be frielld? of the governor thev will se Champ Clark declaied not only for cure endorsement of the bill which provides for the election of senatms ar reciprocity bi for red procity with all nations At the same time J Bacheldei of Concord N H national master of the National Grange save out a lettfr replying to Secretary of Agriculture Wilson and attacking Canadian reciprocitj At the Pan American meeting there were numerous speeches favoring closer commercial union and then Mr Claik told how the president and him- self stood for reciprocitj Bix-iker and 1 said President5 laft COmmiSSIOneP Of Corporations who followed Mr Claik have gotten together on one planit of the platform were both rather heavv men and I 1 hope it 11 support us Its a great pleasuie to be with, him in, the pro- Warns Congress of Mon- ster Now Forming. SUPPLY TO LAST 55 reciprocity in all parts of the world Three Big Concerns Now Have General principles are easj to state We 11 all -vote for wise measures but it comes to determine what measures are wise there s a difference In anticipation of his coming to be head of the great popular branch of. the legislature we have already got ten together on the most important matter and I hope we can carry throuzh Great Holdings And Aie Waiting for Higher Prices, county option law thirtytwo present cities in dry territory are included and 600 villages are cut out Rais- ing to 10 000 the city population would cut down over half the number of affected cities The gauge of battle to the canal people m the legislature was thrown by the enemies of the canals last even ing when Representative John R. Fremer of Vinton introduced a 5omt resolution expressing it as the sen'e of the legislature that no further ap- propriations be made for the improve- ment of the canals It is directlj con trary to the expressed policy of Gov ernor Harmon as outlined in his last message He advocated the comple- tion of the improvements that are under w ay Representative Preiner declares that railway transnc-rtation has made waiter transportation as much out of date now as the stage coach is now in (Continued on Page FiTeT WASHINGTON D C 14 it Charges of another tiust dwarfing the Standard Oil size weiel In his letter to Secietary Wilson made to congress today in the report Mr Bachelder declares that the agree of Herbert Krox Sm i commission ment Is unfair to the farmers of the ei of corporations who asserts that1 United States who ask for nothing a vast timbei trust now in the mal but a square deal-equal p otechon for will some dav have the entue all classes and interests I country at iU meicj He also sta e-1 can onlj conclude he savs that the government has lost million that vou hiv been deceived bv the ,n the past two veais m disposing of, bpecitl interests vvl ch luive cun timl ei lands fifths of the standing timber to wide cHmor for an honest levision of dav pmatelj owned savs Sm th in llls pe, cent of this is owned by thiee lug ompaniese the Soithein Pacific compaiv the Wever hauser Timber Co ind the Northern Pacific Railway compaiiv These large holde s are cutting THE WEATHER-------- tonight or esdav coldei Wednesday Temperatuie at 7 a m de grees Temperature one yeai to degrees Sun rises Wednesdav at 6 2o a m and sets at 5 04 p m (Stand ard Time Maximum wind velocitv for 24 hours ending at noon todaj i_ miles east at 7 lj Tuesday mom ing Triple Votes An Inducement For Hardest Kind of Work In The Closing Week Of The Popular Baby Contest What is there in this baby con test of jours inquired a prominent citizen of The Star Journal s contest manager last evening Particulars were made known to him whereupon he replied Why Id be willing to help some The voting coupon of the Star Journal s populai baby contest ap vears m the paper foi the last time today The contestants Are given until Thursday night February 18th to deliver them to the contest manager It Is tr-ta all out of the waj foi tne grand v close on next Satin day The certificates which have been awarded the contes tants in exchange for subscnp tions should be presented to the Star Journal s office in time for tae close at 9 o clock Saturdaj mpht Contestants who cannot present tlum should mall them not later than F idav evening as all certificates must be m by 9 o clock Saturdav evening deceiving little tot I don t know I how it comes Ivc been overlooked I so far for usuallv I am one of the first to be approached in affairs of this kind but I d be glad to subscr be tor two or three jears if it would help some deserv ing youngster to carry off the prize This incident actuallv transpired and so far the contest manager is aware this citizen s subscription has not yet been secuied bv anyone al though most anyone can write it up on approaching him Iheie are anv number of persons in the same boat with this, gentleman heie quoted will ing to help some deserving baby if onlv petitioned to do so Cet out and hustle for your little favonto, don't let anvthing prevent Tf vou have a telephone solicit what subscriptions you can in that man ner then go and get them If >oii havent a phone cover Just as much ground as jou can each day Your Chinees are equal with all others if vou will onij just WORK And work for fie long term ubscrlptions fa- it is reallv the that count foi most on the dt inj daj This Riand bibv most stipendots newsiciei undeitnking evr entered into in this now well on its nd final week f (Continued on Page 2) LETTER MAYSET Robbery Indictment Rolled By Judge Reed On An Unus- ual Technicality. NAME OF MAN ROBBED For Confuson of Letter "W" For Trial of Prosecutor Hart's First Case Ends, th Senator Bailey Belief Prevails, However, That Senate's Vote Will Not be Favorable. LORIMER WARMLY LAUDED Texan Assails Those Who Have Accused Illinois Senator in Notable Speech, DC teb 14 Senator Bailev of todaj con inued his speech which he began Ute vesterdav in defense of Senator Lori ler of Illinois It -vis one of the most eloquent speeches heard here in rears a notable effort but despite this blonde Because Prosecuting Attorney Henry Hart made a mistake of single letter in the spelling of the name of the prosecuting Millard Gibson m tne ca-e of Tom Wiener charged with robbery, the indictment against the man was ordered rolled by Judge Reed m the common pleas court Tues- day nornmg and the January grand Jiry may be recalled to re- ndict Wiener and consider cs es 11 CT.I- lener is maae i free mna" tion of the a giand jurv- is not considered liKeb 1 nei is no hmg definite to say s- u i uros c iting at ornev Tue morning Iccoidns; to the indie 'ttil-, Ijid f il j" 3 he nan from who i the rr-l on tiiv "ith of last Decemb r On tie stan Oibs-on wh i i firmer fiom aecr t iKd tbv his H ht nan wia iilhM Gib 01 it did not Tuds; Reed long to make up his m cl tint thi mi pellm, of i ini- ial let ei c-institutert a fatal defett a the indictment The litter wai nolled W'eaer 66at A long legil fight over the question whether Wienri cm again be indict- ed foi the sime i, expected The defense is resting on ihe theorr that i man can be put twice In jeopaidv for the same offense The case may be cauied to the supreme couit On the other hind it is el-limed ov- ine prosicution that a new ag-unst lener for robbing Gibson would cHarge p different from that of roobing Willarfl CHbioa, as thev are different men in the of tie law Prosecuting Henrr ?aid Tuesdav morning that the mis- take was an entirelv natural one, aa Millnrri as a surname is na- common Willard quite the The fact thit Gibbon is in the habit of talking in a mumbling indistinct tone wav hive something to do with getting his name wrong in the indict- ment the Jurv had been impanelei Tuesdav morning testified that on December 23 in front of Goosnura'S liverv barn on street Wiener him what tune it was grabbeS the witch from his hand knocked him down and rin awij Gibson declare! that this happened about two o clo in the morning and Mat the wat- i wis found on Wienei s person a few hou s Htt1" In the "OKdnetea- "Vttcrnev E S atephens foi the de- fense an attempt was evidently mad? to nro e that Gibson was under its Influence of liquor when the watch was tikcn and that his memorv on he opinion prevails that the :oss will lose his seat unles-s he ngns Lonmer sat unmoved as Bailey ileaded Senatoi Tillman sitting nearbv wept others showed signs of motion mt crowded ird the bursts of applause the sub. i reliable came to au abrupt conclusion while" Gibson was still on the stand fnusual features of the ca'e were that it was the first tr bv Henry Hart as prosecuting attornev and that his opponent was his predecesor in of- fice s home is in Svlvania Ohio, The fioor and gatlenes, wereiBna seveni vears as a sol- --1 weie frequent J'.er ln Philippines According f> ______ Senators Root he cime to Sindustv in. Bui ton ind Bo ih were iccused of to have a leg wound treated at representation of facts and ignor COMMERCE COURT, NOW FULLY ORGANIZED, WILL TACKLE WEIGHTY PROBLEMS AND DEAL RAILROADS LAW scapegoat for the sins of the high pro tection svstem EMPLOYE OF CEMENT PLANT HAS FOOT HURT little of their timber the ipporc thus it for a fut ne time when thev can get unheard of prices of th d mniishing supplv and further control hereof The report declares the timber now st-nding will onlj last fiftv five veirs it also savs some ought to JIfGullaugh aged 3? emploved at the Sanduskj Poitland Cement compinv s plant at Baj Bridge w is injured while at vvoik Tuesdav morn ing about 9 o clo K and as a ie nit had part of his left foot amputated McCulIaugh was operating one of the made at once the domination companv s whnlies at the plant when ci the timbei lai ds bv the lailroids in some mannei his toes became establishes a con bination wnich will ciught in the ma hmery and were have almost miimited power It trushed He was brought to ins. j siv the owner of timber dtj and taken to Piovidenr- hospi land in the comtiv s the Southem til where Dr Schoepfle attend Par-ifj nilroad with a total of tei cd to his injunes (billion feet GAME OF "BUTTON, BUTTON, WHO'S GOT HOLD UP MEN HELD UP BUT WOMAN TAKES CASH CHICAGO 111 Feb 14 The fa mous (S 000 robberv committed in Rectors restaurant heie a short time ago and which has become a great ir-vgteiv was todav sifted down to the following A woman double crossed the man w ho double crossed his at ick up the stlr-k up pals man and Cbailes Wiilard, an amateur hold- up man who secured the at the point of a revolver v.s held up by three men hired bj his lal Wm Lof (us then diuaged the thiee holdup iron and securtd the entire 1-ot giving it to a woman to keep This woman double c ossed Loftus and is now reported to be In talifor nia with the monev California po lieS have been given her description and are on the lookout far ner D COMMERCE COURT, left Ta< new commerce court has been Jullj- organized and it saw ready for business. Tail li tae flrst tnmoh of ill tie mtmhuni mi ante of the law Fiilev picked up each of the wi newe-. who had testified to being bribed and dismissed them as wonh of abject contempt onlv These men he chiia tenzed as infamous do ti his fill height if tcet j more Diilev thiincl lou Iv s (1 t) a the arehstonc if the I LO mei a  i i f f t d i" tf t 1 i s-us -i q nrim fi ChicTi T il n i tint h-> ta i t P i loruitioir- m the Illino n ansh 1 11 i id Pi ho it f PC v Frank Fox, Former Sanduski- an, Reiterates Charges Against Miss Blade. Judse Refuses to Accept His Plea and is Ad- journed For Wesk. n l! nrl Ho r lial I tlv i it i K t r i ,f Kuliv Rpi ant 1 I I as eritr vvi- tore d i nt hit he c( In not find niv evi (len o' ch ict i in the of be ia on which t-v his rharae He i d h" cuied i f on the record of tie -tor v vvh cl sa rot i t f e i IPV t "atio co i mitti re n h t wl ich he ir- i d t t u nor t V f w mi nent He <3eiiii.r Cumnili" r'" duccd the oiisma! of the Hol'thvv deiosit slip in ilisrumg the n of Hi lev The T MS senator con- tinued however with bis h and Cummins will have to press his an- liter I to t st ir lo n nafc 1 HJM Mich fel I i ik f former man ft 13 irnunel in t. rt nt totut here todiy i d n null cturg-d with the mar I dcr of 11 s ter in liw Mis-, Llla it i her hone in Hint on n c n i of U 3 he leudily pleaded I E i ln 1 i t' h s ea lier inn st 11 ni untaniag that Mlaa Hi i ie ait c i at on in in alleged uq< law tt 1 ot n u u on his wife vcirs ago at sandusky waj his mox tne Iistue refused to the ilci hit aljourned the 101 a He Foi of er of the crime and i i't and him to giTe it i thought In ihe meantime ei w is returned to jail without Fox does aot IMmi 1 offer a defense or btvk to penaltv His who hw 11-W SPA Pi-R   

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