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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1911 NUMBER DEAN BILL IS UP IN HOUSE; LOOKED LIKE ALMOST ATIE THE WEATHER Fate of Measure Strongly Urged by and Which Pass- ed the House, Hung In The Balance. Both Sides Professed Confidence and Counted On Enougli uotes To Win The Most Exciting Contest of The Session Thus Far. BULLETIN COLUMBUS, O., Feb. the Dean bill was taken up In the house at 2 o'clock this afternoon, both sides were claiming the victory. Indications were that the debate would be protracted and that the vote would not be reached until a late hour. The latest poll gave the "wets" 61 votes, the "drys" 51, and doubtful 7, but the 61 for the bill included Billlngslea and one or two others who were absent and Speaker Vining who, it was said, would not vote. At a late hour it looked as though the bill would pass, although Wayne B, Wheeler still maintained a confident air. Nothing was dons with the Stockwell bill in the senate this morning and the attitude of the Cleveland representatives on the Dean bill remained in doubt to the last. One hundred and sixteen members answered to their names on the call of the house, the absentees being Canty of Hocking and Billingslea of Butler. Both are "wet." Friends say Canty will arrive before Vie vote Is taken. Alexander, of Cincinnati, opened for Dear Mil and Guard, of Champaign, replied. would be used and the "drys" had de- tectives at work. They especially watched the room of one "wet" lobby- ist. Never before had the "drys" pre- pared for a vote as for the Dean bill test. Wayne B. Whpali-r AnH-Salnnn COLUMBUS, O., Feb. fuse to make any kind oC a deal for support of the Dean bill In the house' said Senator Dean. "I stand pat and the members of the house can do the Dean bill just what they please. I regard the log rolling sys tern of passing bills as- little better thaa bribery. It is offering improper Inducements to_ members for_ their votes." Senator Dean refused to make any prediction as to the fate of his bil in the house where it came up as a special order this afternoon. A long debate seemed likely and it was hard- ly expected to reach a vote before 5 p. m. The If they find that it is likely to have rough sledding as seems likely now, will move to amend'by exempting villag.es from it. This the "drys" will oppose as they want the bill presented to the members m as objectionable form as possible. It looked this afternoon as if the Cuyahoga democrats held the key to the situation and could block the pas- sage of the bill or possibly send it to the- foot of the calendar and hold it as a club to force the passage of the Stockwell bill. Both sides declared the Cleveland men were bluffing and that all but one would surely vote for the bill. There were rumors that money league superintendent, decla-ed sev- eral weeks ago that money would be CEOSSES CONTINENT TO GET PHYSICIAN tonight and snow flurries' near the lake. Continued cold. Temperature at 7 a m 17 de- gives. j Temperature one year ago J7 dc- grees. Sun rises Wednesday at G.lii a. in., and tets at 5 14 it. m. (stand- ard umel Maximum wind velocity for 2-1 hours ending at noon today, 23 miles at two oV-hvk attciauon. ONE OF CITY'S LEADING HOTELS, THE SLOANE, j FOR SALE OF WHICH DEAL IS NOW PENDING' Argentine To Have Two Dread-; naughts Superior To Any U. S. Battleships. Hotel Man Known To Be Negotiating For Popu-- I lar Hotel Here REPORT SAYS PROJECT I IS ALL BUT COMPLETE CHARGE REMARKABLE CONCESSIONS MADE Latest reports from Xew YorkjCliarleS M, Schwab Chief Tuesday, were that the condition of Charles Gates, the son of millionaire John W. Gates ,who was rushed through Sandusky Sunday in a spe- cial train, en route from Yuma, Ariz., to New York, is not serious-. His ailment is nothing more than "chauf- :eur s threatened. knee." Blood poisoning was The special train, which established a record, cost him Tear of Extra Session and Tar- iff Revision May Force Speedy Action Chairman Underwood Serves Notice That 'evision of Tar- iff Will Be Taken Up, used for the bill. He has since re-! peated that assertion many times, but never has given any reason for this charge or the ground on which his suspicion is based. Fireworks were expected in the debate. The "drys" were determined to force action, confident in the ability to kill the bill. The "dry" -polls gave about fifty-seven votes for the bill, while the "wet" polls showed a bare majority over the necessary sixty votes. Strong democratic pressure was ex- erted to kill the bill and save the party from embarassment. Smith o Butler, one of the strong but a stronger democrat, was reported as doubtful on this ground. Mayor Wai lace D. Yaplc of Chillicothe was hero Working against the bill. He is very close to Gov. Harmon and may be appointed lieutenant governor to suc- ceed Atlee Pomerene. Baeschler ol Noble, another doubtful, is counted a- gainst the hill, but is a republican reported pledged to change his vote if that will pass the bill, hoping there- by to make trouble for the governor. From other sources there are reports that Gov. Harmon is opposed to the passage of the bill. These are dis- counted by the governor's known pur- pose to keep his hands off. The bill was sandwiched between two other measures, the Hillenkamp limiting the jurisdiction of jus- tices of the peace coming up first and the Greeves bill to allow Sunday base- jball in cities being scheduled to fol- low. An effort to take the Stockwell bill for the Oregon plan of direct election of United States senators from the senate committee on privileges and elections failed, 15 to 12. Six reac- tionary democrats were aided by ev- ery republican exceot one, MacDonald, to keep the bill in the committee. Sen- ator Dean escaped voting; being call- ed from the floor. While there is nnrJTn much hope for the measure the fight may be renewed. Efforts to force the Doro substitute, bill to the calendar were abandoned Cetone, of Dayton, it developed, is pledged to support the Stockwell bill if congress takes no ac- tion looking to direct election of sen- ators He has all along declared the Important Rulings Made By Supreme Court By Which WASHINGTON, Feb. doubt PEKIN, China. Feb. 21 troops aie being mobilized in Siberia near the frontier preparatory to the lion would keep busi- occupation of the Tli prounce arcorrd-j tends to abolish the 1 all summer because ins to today's disjiatrhe-. There at Columbus am Stockwell bill pernicious, and this is as to a democratic tariff revision if the flrst of weakening President Taft calls an extra session of congress was set at rest loday when Representative Underwood, of Ala- bama, chairman of the ways and means committee of the next house, declared "if an extra session is called we will proceed at once to revise the tariff downward." "We want a rest from tariff legisla- tion and no extra session. Therefore the redproclt} treaty must be settled before March This, was the declaration that reached the capitol from big business int "An extra ness in a turmoil when the democrats get control of the house they uie liable to -start most declared financial agents todav. The scare of an extra "eppiou may force spi-edy action on preying bills and gse the bill a chance, even ihoupli a majority of s-uators proba'ily opposes it. Senator Aidrjch. rhaitniiin of the finance committee of the senate, has written to Picsidcnt Taft that he favors the confirmation of the reci- procity agreement. Whether the let- ter makes promise of assistance in getting in the senate at the present session has not been dis- closed, but senators, who have seen the letter intimatr that the Rhode Island senator win do all he can to Rid the president in carrying his pro- gram to success. The announcement that Aldrich, whose name is attached to the exist- ing tariff act. favors ib1 reciprocity agreement with Canada, was received ficiary But Ships May Yet Be Turned Against Us CLEVELAND, O., Feb. That Vie state department delib- erately gave to the republic of Ar- gentine free access to all of the Naval secrets of the United States, the results of years of cost- ly experiments, in order to enable Charles M. Schwab to secure the contracts for the building of two mammoth dreadnoughts for Argen- tine, is charged in'a special dis- patcjh to the Cleveland Press from Washington today. The special ,says: Two battleships bigger and more powerful than any in our navy are be- ing built in this country for Argen- REFERENDUM VOTE IS PLANNED ON LIGHTING PROPOSITION NOW UP Company Offers Lower Rates For Short Term Franchise And The Star-Journal Seeks Preference of People for this Or a Municipal Plant Ru r That Transfer Had Been Apeeci To Denied By Mrs, Tuesday, That a deal is pending for tne sale of the SIcDne House, which is I-Kely to be closed within a few_ days, was admitted Tuesday. A tr.at L-ecT-ne c'jrrent !ate- to the that ho--" U -old denied, how- Lo'tie M. Rice, r.t proprietor. It i- that negotiations far 1: o'" hrte! have iio- e-s lot a v.eek Fved Avery, pro- o! 'lotol Euclid. Cleveland, s -rv.r to be considering the pvooo. s on and it said Tuesday tblt f'e rVM would prcbably be -i Mr. Avery was V.i'iilay. and 1, >u> gore the books and ret en THE SITUATION The Sandusky Gas Electric Co. now offers the city contracts for a short term, one to three years, upon the same terms first demanded for a ten year franchise as follows: M 13.ico that she haA I no plans for tha future, should the the city proceed at once to issue! deal be clcsed. If the hotel is soM bonds and erect a municipal plant? will m'cbabiy lest for a time, at The Stai-Journai plans an informal least. She has given her active at- referendum vote, just to get an tention to the hotel management ot what the people want A ballot is since she and the late P. A. Rice, published on this page todaj and will') coming here from Coaneaut, took -rt be published each day up to and In-'oier a number of years ago. Tiref eluding Friclaj Citizens ate urged to'made it a great success. 1------' them to' Tn j. Star-Journal. Names will not be published but a careful count will be Recently some extensive improve- ments have been made at the hoijL A new electric passenger elevatgr i Street arc lights, beginning Jan. made and the figures will be publish- has been installed, running water nsa 1, 1911, each per year. Pros- Saturday. Honed People the chief beneficiary of the Comn being Charles M. Schwab, of cents, t Steel Co. All plans fered. ASH1NGTON, Feb. Not all secrets and cents s have so many far reaching of our naval experts, s relating to interstate used in the building of It is i approved by the supreme court le United States as were It was because of the promise that Aigentme could have access to our entire naval construction tract fo would d In its decisions as the that the contracts were 5d law of thje land. this franchis i number of other difficult promise was made by the at rates were announced. through United Itles coi oong the questions of Bherrill. at Buenos A3 Figurf nerce decided were now the naval department cil It is at a state law, regulating called upon to make of crews on trains within great danger in this lies in able coS1 is not an obstruction to that theie is no guarantee streets commerce, but is rather ships may not some day 6 to 8 id of interstate commerce, against us. They contain plant. be passed by, a state for the devices used in our own of safety. That the Germany or Japan might some ci' t will review the validity of capture them so far as pal plan r of the interstate commerce corn-ion, even though the United States could at the o ation on the life of the order o! YORK, Feb. sub at a railway system may not were made today by by th regulation as an instrument Garcia, chief of the for a state commerce because one of onatituent parts is a the new Argentine battleships, when he stated that he jany, and its dominating power the wharfage company rests in act that it is a holding company, at the interstate commerce corn-on does not posses the blanche to all information in the United States naval department and that the two ships now building would be more powerful than any to t tho city, no opinio they woul iiTnrA a ra IP p.g "llBJllat asked are concession What do Council >nable" merely because the rate equitable in some circumstances, cases where railroads, to enter Id, offer rates so low as to be e and later met Mr. Knox, your Secretary of state, in Washington and was informed that confidential relations had jeen established between this government and my own." said Garcia. 'United States Minister Sherrill e court, furthermore, decided as itutional a state statue remarkable concessions from your government for the awarding Mont vote woult hat no contract of relief. beneBt surance should be a bar to contracts to United States bid-lers. By these Concessions we the cou of a railroad employe free call oft all jour decidiu e operation of a railroad to expert advice We can put to acfo employer for damages officers on boail your ships and t injuries received in the and can use your i iites u s for testing our suns util NS TO KIKAV HI i ent price Is Commercial current at 8 and 5 cents, the same as heretofore of. Present rate is 10 and 5 been put in every room where was possible, more haw If sou favor accepting the company's, ,______ ____ _________ temporary proposition, say so. If you been put in, and the plans call for want a municipal plant erected, de-1 papering and refurnishing the rooms, clare yourself. Send in the ballots making the hotel more modern aid promptly as all must be in bj Sat-1 one of the best in this section of It is proposed to let such a con- tract for three years, so that it expire when the natural franchise expires, when new franchises could be let, if desired, st rates to be fixed by public util- es commission. Figures so-far available to coun- cil, It is contended, show a prob- able cost of to per light for ind a commercial rate of cents, with a municipal Lower rates prevail in ies. The cost of a munici- pal plant Is estimated at urday noon. i will be a It is hoped that" there Council Monday night received from President B. Mahler of the best .known Gas Electric Co. a statement witn country. Should state. Mr. Avery. who is negotiating t the purchase of the hotel, is one hotel raep in witn I country, snoma he come here reference to the electric lighting would be a decided acquisition tor question in Sandusky and a new trial met Service Direct- ing of the councilmen. city. The deal, of course, is for lease of the hotel. on of a new proposi- tion by the Sandusky Gas Electric time street and com- contract, adds a new angle to the piolilem now confronting Counrilnien are expressing us, although it is believed d__iaior such a proposition trrer still thinks or Bing and representatives of engin- eering firms who would like to pre- pare the. plans and specifications for the proposed municipal plant, consti- tuted Monday night's developments in the most important municipal question confronting the Sandusk-, public. The Gas Electdc Co in its com- munication, recalled conferences al- ready held and the companj's le- sponse to the public advertisements (Continued on Page 5.) MEANS A NEW TRIAL OF ERIE COUNTY CASE Special to The Star-Journal: i_ COLUMBUS, 0, Feb. cision of the supieme court today fl the Erie county case of Myrtle NicolS vs. Martin HOluian. affirming the cir- cuit court. Holman gets a new trial in which he is trying to establish a half ownership of 50 tons of. hay on a f ana near Osontz. the tes asked are too high and that further lust be demanded, e people think? o hai-e another meeting', niglu. A referendum vote would be of material assistance I e; this question. Is it bet- pt a shoit-term proposition trust to an adjustment rrlei .1 neu contract by a ities commission, or should THE PEOPLE'S BALLOT. Do yon fator accepting the proposition of the Sandusky Gas t Elec- tric Company, on a tbree-jear contract, under (he conditions named! YES............... Or shall the city prepare at oace to Imild power plant! 1'ES municipal lighting lad SAME.................................. ADDRESS...................................... Fill out this ballot and mail at once to the Star-Journal. All votes must be in nj noon Saturdnj, Keliru in ii. .Names will not be published. COLUMBUS AGENCY! CHARGED WITH GIVING AWAY ALL OUR NAVAL SECRETS TO SECURE CONTRACTS FOR SCHWAB no indication here Fistance will be move. STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building WASHINGTON. D C Feb. 21. Piesidont Taft. it is announced, in- Ohio pension d to pay Ohio i nensioners direct from that an armed vcterans ,ho have made to Russia s, iong paid thiough the Columbus I office. T> C Fob ercisc his authority to secure democrats uho voteirTay believed tion he wants passed, that in permitting passage of the, I'nder the suppnsion of rults as a- Kig rule that was to expedite business greed upon, thf Peny centennial bill foi the icmaind'r of the session thej will be brought up shortly. It was had retained the upner hand, were the intention of the Ohioans to call given a rude jar todav when Speak- up the on one of the last six days er Cannon made it plain that he is} of the sermon but now it will be the supreme master. brought 10 th" attention of the house In passing the gag rule that per- with great surphisf in 'the senate, mitted bills to be passed under ?as- especially by the "stcndpat" senators, "ifnsicn of the tho democrats who 'rave come out against the airee- stipulated that a two to three vox0 ment on the around it is not in COTI- passage would be and as pliance with tenets'of the some of their votes would be needed sooner P. Huntin2tcn, sec- retarv of the Perry Centennial com- mission, is in Washington keeping in lican party on the subject of protect- to make up Ion, would thus two to three have control. Today, Some of thr" were loath to it eloped that before the believe the report. rules can be suspended a motion has No announcement was made at the to be made to that effect and if life White Homy in respect to the" letter, speaker does not want the rules aus- Fhere was considerable speculation at pended he merely does not hare to .'he capitol as to whether the message recognise the mover. TBS speaker be made public. made it plain, too, Unit he would ex-' rj close touch with thr situation It is likely that Representative Keifer will call the bill up within the next few dajr. Speaker Cannon and Speaker-to-be Clark were "paired" last night, each being absent and having Digged an a- greement to offset other. The omnibus claims bill, the fill- buster en which the enactment of the ;ag rule, passed by the house. lOFFEU EEPISIi Five Schools Dismissed, Dinners Were Made Late and Other Inconvenience Plants Affected. MACHINES -FROZE UP" b r Th2 sHuttmp off of gas put the StarJCLTnal composing rocm out 1 "'f buslress for three hours forenoon, the linotype ma- cn.i-es and furnace being "froze up." the S'.ar-Joi'rnal it able to give all ihe birj news. Jre [he Tor over t half Tu.-sday wjs without a. I more rit.srd thaa since thi- hraii-j, and u rninj. Saadusky Ft bruarx 14." l.mi'. the city was Oi; "irary relief to a few minutes the 1 .ua'n shut off and thfw MIU >-ais that this situation ccntinue ail day. However} l'i o'clock, repairs were and tho sas turned on. 'iim.'s i'f the Fourth. Sixth-. Eidrh and Ninth iol; w -re dismiss 'd for more- h-iauae tore was no heat. At Ttntt- Ward the corf i put in ,i toe and ci bnl'ihnes could have been put Deration had there been fuel I. At th" High school, the order i.-s! was jubt about to be potT .veer, the gas pressure 8ECBETABT OF STATE P. C. ESO) without eiectuc cuu'-it and street tar st'niiv for two wnoL1 da; x A sencnis break in the hi? Campbell stict-t main near the regulator th.-> troiibi" Tuesday. TN- sa- pres- sure failed withou; warning shortly A; the Enkvprise Glass wh-re gas i.s the only fuel i _ ir convenience was caused. piant was not effected as tne tinki tamed enough f-pat during tiu' sas WKS off but ttw machine Nome btfore 7-30 o'clock and the serving of ins plant was crippled durtOf "fft mow than one breakfast was inter-1 At the Star-Journal plant, I" fered with Because of the cold weath-; linotype machine operation er it was an unpleasant situation. terfered with and the __ The Gas Electric Co. rushed a plant eftectnt. Tlwre wu force or men to the broken section trouble in various pluats. and at tirst attempted to make re-; Hotels mid mtaunnU pairs with the turned on. i their trwiUei tad I ft iNEWSPAFERr   

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