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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE S ANDU SKY STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR IH SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDA Y, FEBRUARY 25, 1911, NUMBER 118 MORPHINE Bv MAIL UUMDN 1 1 T i in lli 0 01 11 t N 1 1 l tji DROPPING OF SUIT GIVES MILLIONAIRE I' CHANCE TO WED BALTIMORE BEAUTY Opposition of tf'esterne-s Ov- ereopje by Perconp! of Whkac'o's Ambassador. DIRECT ELECTION BILL IS VITALLY AME Measure ib SpeJc1! Oido Foi RWIOrj r nrpi nrnrnT Hr-ut-r rllBLNini Voteluesd.-yopclLon- PligN of Owners of i, ei Is Aavanccd JuarcsL. fie ty ntiT ed Lo ivor en s mcie unfinioned bt-j ne j to be E il foi direct c ection se na amen-ed to rji congi tijht to e Actions set for vote Debate co-it nued on lesipncity bill Postal bill increasing --ates for likely to come up Mon Stock Betters, Foi met Pres'dent fish STOCK MARKFT RECOVERED f Officials Suy Lin'e But Aw ait Wo id Fiom Clvef Moiii in, Statehood for New Mexico recommended by president who sent draft of constitut on 11 10KK IL) Ilia ing his p i istiH u t HiL d s Jn o tit II' loUtt tOIU 1 1C OQ ic ins; LO e ratt> -.lu t 11> i 1 jriui ulMit ol the Illinois Ctnual toi LI i ssid tip dtuMon an tnd IN r 11-0 a toi bcln ing dti (Ou 11 p ti3 to Ix b( tting tu it fonc1! o is i be t i tl it m OKU t) disioo ot b UK con.in si is dr i "in h ii pi jpo lions in tne remamn g tonh ot the s o r c s ol ilimad si bold i he I'Hic Uioli 11 t uutlt In eiectt thorn to inicstnuit s Mi1 be -OB, in ot til" J i t it his i c ti nli is i stip 111 tin, dm t tion m- f which I i-, le i lip, U obi L-ion 11 tl o co on much tint of in r it" "dul 'n it ll wl11 )f lor t i diicnt around nnir ilioi or 1 ipantai. t> the I ni ml Ubti it will nut f itiii d 'Us for re- up, hi 1 r nil end i 0 itioi w is mil to it ll" '1 the oi Ic of C U lornu aad bj th i tht n nm fl Fiin 1-iMtiK nd the ''n cni'olatn nt ot i id l ol ihe Pulfii ttatcb g neiilh II stui bi litir, Mth thL ixnption millet h s T n >tt entne pei haiis ot Senitois T'oil in, anil 5 ruoxiuo fi n ft sho k of the I lint who lie J om Cililoiuid wne i i Ii >id id cl m in of snnh until a luil "is i, the b liet ir nntiunl exnlii tion should Ins e b ninideb, l llai ft i'i 11115 tl idmini tralion oflnils ind tlr b mp r "ll n uttfr ih of the .icjpie of the west "id been -injine> nfd a fulh d-scdum-d Ire il it r ifi pi tonn -oiwlh pusliid thf ntii it on ol ti fun I tKitj In 'us i.unm s to d. gu mil ln'-f r H n i of Hie ernor of Ci'iioinn tint Un tiuc. i n su b 'on a ti 11 K t'1 n of in niigntion offcitneh cox l J- n r P'' nms IV ered In t' 7dim -p d ri in im n 1 of'. h h-d tieen bv other all- cn ,th lon thonties to be inefficient OIlt u el" eci thl- The treih Tva, tdl n un fo, the thc r s decis on fi id time in I 'ie senate and alter MIt r hours dwrussion n is r.tnicd !L sonitors had con t t oi 1 i to cmrcrns Ihtt on tnuojsly opposed treats reluct u n 11 of t) e fi i H i ite m i 11 ie antlj for it it is under-tond u t! mu l c M 1 n 1J mcr v.hilP not surt' L ring of thp i 0 Pf] of c u >m 1 n s oplnionB that grur toi rqu nrts 0 ual ot c n r ,n P] might ens it, from (us h p on] foin 0 co, nc IU( a n bp Ihe sole mr th h tl it r r inrm i to Immigration is s is the pi r x n r rs bonal faUpnimt I r bs r nnipnt ot Js ,u, un ]p, th Faron I chid t Tl tt is do mcd su fcient tlio ii silfiit tiic stole rtinit ai llio tent -.rmn 11 his (ffirts to in tl ai n pn 3 C Utorni h rtnrt u ln tp- T IltM gtntfs 3ns ti t tif itj s efic eney and (1 rn r t} nl tl 6Ufficiene> Thc fict t'nt th" tr itt be n ri i t Tdti if d 1 is not ch inj, il 1 3 popu1 ir o pinirn Ih t the qu t nn rf i n en of th i tion s-houl 1 h u 1 f u wiitlf n n to it o j i c., i ,1 j, 11 T J0 t i Tho ration of th s fotoiumonr n ne r it the jnoinpu.vXcci4riiiii net t M u t, lion sr is 10 do moi" lo pio c IPctor s or iu 0 hi o the ftUmpof cordialm that ibis ooui m Llon, (1 f ti e s tf) ttl trv his tor m than uivthing that of the i srote has he n dor t foi nunj wlnt thut ndustu In If ss thin n hour the son ite tot il'nnr ne ml then 1.011 ttil] b ed tho Sutlniland innndmeiu into flu Cmlt ei pt 1 to sol tl o nlll'1 resolution 101 tht election 01. Lnited Stiles ben ou b direct totf CUliT 0> of t it ]i o U 0 Tutfai1 o the time loi ton on thc resolutio i n c Ic 1'so'C undo the s( intnlvint SMH ini A lliorai s n oi Ola pnoi it I to toi Lonmrs it the ummilud bus ibsibtnit b M tut o! Ih in tenor in bb 111 IK itrt tlu CM idi in n.u "Mdrcl t innr in to LLgiu h t, cou'ot ol moiruc (Contmitd 01 6) tions WHA T DO YOU FA VOR? MORE VOTES WANTED Dr Smith AIcKim of Balti moie has abardoned the legil pro ceedings bt which nt sought pecu TnE VOTE J f Up to afternoon the StarJjjrmls referenouTi vote on the electric franchise question For Gas Co p oposition of three yea- gia-u 12 Against Gas Co proposition 61 For rmntcipal 70 Against mun npal 10 AN bile tiioie s m o eiw'ielmmct mi juiitt i in t' t is ton jiaii) piopo on ill n titoi of niuiu J i u U o n nni t oi ca t up to i? i i uti KOI n the Jot 111 f s orai d im K not is, luge t s h ul f- i 1 o d K i 1 ho t ote1- c um u n P' inoit i i] idh on i 1 o tf i Hec i e o the aniannt fut that o iue> t 1 in set fo has not ruan ir ha 11U j o lontin e tht note o ncllmen mdicaiefi then inclnntion to go ahead nd t is-. HI o t' nance accenting the conii aat s proposition 11 obitc i to bis and baj s he win it matins thai the people hate an opport mitt to to e on the question o1 bond> Despite the fict tba council has not uted lor rhe lesult of the bil lot the wants an MOU Lttizent) lit to fill o it he blanks and send thtm in at IF MM SO VT TO R IT Tho ballots bate n im! (onnti'min or rthei nerson interested is a( hbertt to look tluni utei Thp names of those liouetei l not be published Council May Attempt T6 Pass Ordinances Over Veto Of Executive. FAILED WAIT FOR CITIZENS' EXPRESSION Assertion Made Tnat Mayor Substantially Agreed to New Deal Is Denied, THE PEOPLE'S BALLOT. fisor ilip proposition of the Sundnsky Flee- trie tompjnn, ou a (outnut, undrr the eondllloiib uamedt >0 his the daughter of (.oloncl Isaac F Tmeison A fm 1 of ?ljOCOO Iiab cie-Ued for MciMuis benefit and hib viilo is free tu Vit ed O Vandeibilt The. tuit tnnd it o per cent inter est should pa> Alckim oOO a jeai Or the city prepare nt once to build a municipal Ihrhling anil pjTier ADDRESS ill out this ballot and mail at once to thp Star-Jonrnal. All Totes be in b) noou lebriinn 25. Vimes will not be published. The announcement in Star Journal that Mayor not approve any franchise for or contiact with tne Sandtwky Gas Electric Co for a year term as had about been a- greed ypon by council, but would insist upon a municipal plant has completely upset plans There was to have been another meet- ing Saturday afternoon of council men and members of the board of control with Solicitor Stememann but Director Bing sent word that the board was not yet ready white the mayor would not Indicate that such a meeting wou'd be of any use and so it been called off i "When the mayor a attention waa counciimeJl THE WEATHER. ST4.R JOl KN Bl'RF VU Munsaj t uldi or calkd 01 Piosul rt tnd 1 d a lous lalk. m iugdid to No piosietss has c e and it is as iar Both have tiled WASHINGTON zJrout OL loleclo TaCL tocia h th t ne L the nia i been i a( f n t K lion sc.t I mcnt d-, Bic j and nur roietdbt Rain 1 'to toi ie) t or Sumlit umei roniaht cold ei Sund-'t Ttini latme at 7 a de Pemptiitu e one to dat ikgucs Sun iisc-5 Sundaj at 6 10 a m ind feets it T IS p m uses Mon ai. 6 00 a m ind sets dt 5 19 p m lime Maximu n ttmd for 24 hours ending at noon todut 12 at 11 30 Satin da> rooming I idtiit r i Wie torn nit i d i 1 i u i s at Co- hmi ni bt ins ui v b a stiici j-n---------n1 ur- mtiiiT a h'i I Toi n congressman to keep tne i st of t" i-- confidential 0 numbeis hate leceucd I naps nc-TvetcT ind h ite madt tjoitioiih, ol thtm Tht most s-ti r ot tne maps SQ t i n out 1 n u 01 e Representative ot Htm his had 113 home com hitched 01 to-sjnie oihei dis- nrt The Hr t two m ps put Sharp ind m the s line district dnd the latest plan pnt3 SI arp ind Mt'mcl the natt t elected Akron in the s ime concessional tohiip is not Iocm3 im otei his bad uosn'ct'? hottetei The Special to The Stu TmmaJ othpi membeis ttith the possible POLT M'U S O Teb inrmin of Cox ind ire ten bt J Hill of Clncmniti of tK it luci into e ted in the proi osed plant, eeneial as to tthethei Di C 0 si thit a'l he t nits is to be secietart of tl f boird t alone His distnrf it republican Of hoalfh state nrmial or meieh u m smuch I- he has rained it and to il crmu taMp majrnlics t he ia rut thp fart that fl e 1 d of umf dento in-, to do so again whirh a mpmbPl N contem Piobst ha that he had agieed to the gas coai- pant s proposition be lie was not disposed ro call a liar or to make but he Insisted that h.0-" I had been mwradei stood the conference held Thursdaj heard arguments pro and con and I tilked of the old ordia-- anee the I said I wouHT i ctei the ordinance cer un changes weie made I features tveie sat'sfactory aad- others not I neter agreed etei to sign ant oidmance unless it ttib to me I auppoted" rtU that I tirie to consider ft Uhmese Laundryman Hacked md it over caiefuiit i n rt ed too that the committee on 10 rieCeS, and Strange 06- ,mciPal liahtin? meet the next and ttould piepare u report I am nerftrth milling that a con- found lestials Are Sought. FINDLAI 0 Fi b 25 Chunef Chmest 1 umdi man littiallv cut to pieces m his laundrj uighi was the tictim of a Chi iitse feud or the Tong %arf is the be- lief of tne police todat who are sen chins foi Uo strange Chinamen who at Chungs place last ind disappeaied todav Chungs bodt uas hoiriblt mutilat- ed (nangular incihi >ns made all oui it Hobbeiv was not the raoute is nearlt found m the laundiv untouched FEAR FOR SAFETY' OF YACHT'S PASSENGERS THINK THIS OVER. Mayor Lehrer called attention tc a> ne wpoint in the electric con- troversy Friday "The pian to have both the and electric franchises expire at the same time, Dec 31, 1913, looks to me like a smooth scheme of the Gas company When it ta renewmq franchises company would be m a position to use the franq'iise as a club to force ceptance of a street lighting con- tract and commercial franchise The ultimatum might be, 'You we our electricity or you get no cheap gas Probsts romotal cee n to be uile to bt telling 1 in thai his diitiW heen'Te retan" of'thTbo'iid'fVeVsin to be cut in o He ie 1 tO t t U} ittd t'i 1 ue gerrvman ile PET Tt 11 hi done in both Hamilton id tomt es m in it wat. 61 of a centui than a quar ICO out foi pul lifiti m ouin., to the 'ICL tl u whei hbinojv in tie pubnc th Pitt nap niut i tn i-, d at Columb is tie matter had 1 pen kop daik and 1 ilto i cd the "FVY BILLS OR collect ills ie soi in ma 10 iwiin delinquent (Toctoi cci itic (I stuc s m the northern j hvsicuns i e todiy id inning a bMc tnct be entered into with the corn- pa t if th( peo 'e do not want a mu- nkipal plant attei fulh investigating the mitier so that tter body under- stinds it I should that counnt a competent engineer a maa todu fiom tit and steamers bllould enough money to that went to her assistance testerdat not <-onnected ttith am electrical it- tliion Rothschild is among the pas teicsN aiu contractor to go OTW sensors on bond __T 1P Around and piepare complete The St( 1111 A it nTunoA lH'tltes Ul LUat, ill H 1-eb fears are felt tniln for th1 nt Baron Ldmimd De RothscbiM s leht Atnidh which I'J aground and in i i nous condition near Cape San I miu Cuba Nothing has been heaid Atmah is ownet1 lu" Bnon Bilmind De Rothschild T 01111 Jin list ultimaTum' liaT'jour bills laembei of the bankm? flun ot The ot the Don loral optionj rr ,ne nho e nimci lie on th Rnth-.il ilrt Brothtrs of Pails Sni mill be refused medical attention ls i twin wuw sthoonet of 401 time thev are ill m'1 B   II tcIn.J a, he n 0 p u 0 ron ft th- s i c mU r lii i i i t M i in >r f i aiterno n r t hii Ii in in t t 1 ni it in 1 s c i i i Un 1 If it n Mi itji Cri n p si D ir t o t c if u tu, of h n 11 dint of t 0 n t n t HI 111' n th i-. n-j i t o i It! oi ri ot i r M i i al' tr i ors- j i bill i u u I f 1 t l i i f i-v t 0 to W ]l 1 !f 11) 11 1 1 t c MI ill-T 1 C 11 1 1 Ot th ts n l 1 f ,1 1 111 i S r 1 r II 1 tO 1 Dl I 1 11 1 t IT. ll >t _i I t! i! --o i h t Mr d that I i wis IK min It i Ih rrt f> t r 1 H O 1 1 H 1 111 t I 1 T I ".on a n i I j t V i b i t i s- j; onil o th v o e i i n 1 v i i it 1 (L ir i i i n i t n vc r f ti" i ni fc 1 e 1 I I i 4 MM il t lot I i i r M J i' t IP o r i1' t f r i f i, i il fa "f I in i of tN t i i i 1 ii a i i t i nt tilt f.r ta t n n_ t o TI T ,i n t f c1! nit v" M i i o i Ii lit o t i t if i o r u n T Irl of T n T c i i t trr or Hid n 1 T 1 1 u Or n r Tl i i p I r> i f f i H l t l h t tt i e 1 t! if, r s nf 1 i f 1 11 a o to a jiu i o 1 i p n c i n o i i 01 cf VT in i it o 1' r i 01 e for Tu dn aft f ntf re i bt i f i H "l Sr or f I ot F raiiK i 5 o U 7 t b rt r t' 1 "a, "ivrr 1 of otpositon to i e b Ii r inntd n a o "Hi to thi i'ooj ft tho ]i nt t s wMt i i C'T s the s HI e d i i or of i" nt rise" asl T! th tna r ul It nitdr to tbt ind 1 m r i mnMm to irtjomn to rlpdiuttfl t n b-ial p t Vo n> i 1 )p m wi- he mit s cf >nt ib rb foi cin s Seeing Lit tie other side ii> u (t tliat tnnf Baion Be I Rothschild Jind a paitj of fntnd" ltl tvtio rn In her Cape San H the WP 1 of Cuba It is low and coteied with immense 1 it i the city should TWO CHOLERA CASES FOUND IN HONOLULU HONOLTir Feb boaid of health is todit tikme: most ctr to pretent Tn epidemic of tht, rholeia i laguc follow in? thp go nt discotert of ttto in the tenement tiJO ng jeft to go ahead, qnaitc s Vll fishing for the raaiket regaraiess of toe of been oil that council inte ds to oas-, danchise or- tlin-'noe Mo idat nignt If ac-. tmn is I am sure It will be u ion i taken i am sure it will be IT opposition to fhe wishes of a al! -.ides T ht u the for a muuinnal plant Ihe trar Jouin- aN tntt, trend of pub- lic s-entiniert For pait I am milling to rest the caot with the people lust flhat will be done is a oundlmei said Saturday that is probit ed In and a gem til ilean up j SPRING1IIID III I b con pa IKS op I'hnoi1- National t GUI d been entered De nppii to livhtrt i strike in tJiogrcot in the Ot E Z IHp r box fut >n Ii nd the ccntml ot ai d and pass the for a three franchise Surh an ordinance would DC bt th ma'vor to bis statf- ueut but roumilnun think tould pa--i it the ttto Ihen if tlie peop'c insist upon ing a muricipdl plint can go a- (Continutd on Page o) Fighting in tain foi the oi ment bhe hate the bov to her i John i Retnei who nd o-ut of the jjiisdlction cf I let'irned to the Toledo Stite hospital1   afttrnoon locked up n the tonnty jail V forlorn little womin poorh a mothers Air" ed her sole ihoight seomed to be for ger uas supreraeh confident that 4 her bov wha to be separated was the best to from her She pleaded to him her son She held firmly to this t tears in her while the sheriff] notwithstanding the fact that patiently explained to her ihat the required that her boy 
                            

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