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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDIT! THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL, FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911, NUMBER 121 OF SENATE BUI 1VOIE IS CLOSE His Election Held Legal by Vote of 46 to 40 After Fili- 1 buster Ended 'DEALS OPENLY MADE INVOLVING BIG BILLS Reciprocity Ignored, However, and Even Sherman Foresees An Extra Session, EXPECTS EXTRA SESSION WASHINGTON, March, my opinion, an extra session is inevitable." This was the statement made by Vice President Sherman today, concerning an extra session of congress, despite the truce tjhat has been declared by the Sena- tors. WASHINGTON, March, 1_ Senator William S. Lorimer, Illi- nois blonde boss, wins, thanks to the reactionaries. In the senate today, after a notable contest and a fruitless filibuster, he was de- clared legally elected. The vote 46 to 40. The closing speeches were made this afternoon by Senators Owen and LaFollette, who spoke against him. Simmons, ot North Caro- lina, who defended him'. Loi-iraer al- so made his final address. The vote nas on the resolution of Senator Bev- eridge as follows: Lorimer was not duly and legally elected to a scat in the senate of the United States V the legislature of the state of Illi- nois." The final vote came just nine months and one clay from The date that Lorimer in the senate asked an investigation of his election. Senator Burton, of Ohio, voted a- gainst the seating of Lorimer Senator Dick in his favor. The nlbuster was broken late Tues- day through a number of deals touch- ing on every Important piece of pend- ing legislation except the Canadian reciprocity agreement. This fore- casted a victory for Lorimer. As oart of the scheme thereby the insurgent republicans withdrew from an intended continuous filbuster against a vote on the Lorimer case the tariff board bill was advanced to RETAINS HIS SEAT IN THE SENATE CHAMBER THE WEATHER fair except snow- near the lake tonight t Thm sdav. Temperatuie at 7 a. de- Tunpeia-ure one year ago to- a daj Sun lises Thuisda; at 6-01 a. m. and sots at p m. (Standard Time Maximum wind lelocity for 21 lions ending at noon today 15 miles wesi at 11-50 Wednesday morning Railroads Able to Place Millions of New Securities Here and Abroad GOOD EFFECT OF DECISION Senator William Lonmer. Easy To Fool Alienists And At- torneys But Not The People, He Says and COUNSEL WITHDRAWS FROM UNUSUAL CASE Jerome Says Action Of His Cli- ent Plainly Indicates In- sanity Of The Man, NEW YORK, March that vote before the close of Iney8 but not the with common Deals all through the day were en- sense. Joseph G. Robin, alleged wreck- into openly, and in the end con- of the Great Northern bank, today Biimmated in a manner that would stopped his own trial when he chang- nnve shamed a state legislature let' .1 alone the cpnMto nf fi TT A of' plea from "not guilty" to "guil- Apparentlv the big concession to an indictment charging him with cured by the insurgent Tepublicans the larceny of in surrendering on the Lorimer case1 Before Robin changed his plea, Wil- 1S the withdrawal of the amendment llam Travers 'vvitiidn MAGAZINE MEN WIN his from the case after a stormy scene with his client Jerome was a- gainst the change and declared it WASHINGTON. March 1 plainly indicated that Robin is insane is an exodus of magazine publish- "I 'decided to take no chance with a ers out of Washington today be- said Robin. "I will throw mj- cause of ihe agipenicnt to elimi- sell on the mercy of thp court and aid nate the "rider" in the postal ap- state all I can in bringing the propriation bill which tavpd mag- .other men implicated to justice" azinef, four rents a pound for all Sensational revelations in high ft- advertising matter. 'nance involving many of the leading fl- financiers of the country are expected to tollovv the action of Robin in to the pobtofficc appiopnation bill ing his plea. District Attorney Wbit- carrying an increased postage tax totay announced that Robin magazines It is to he stricken from nas agreed to tpll everything the bill after a perfunctoiy fight, if, in regard to his financial indeed, anj fu-ther effort at all is to transactions and also to testi- Experts Say Prosperity Will be Reflected In Coming Bank Statement, NEW YORK. March I Despite their dark thieat about the effects of the decision of the inter- state commerce commission against them on the prospeiity of the coun- try the financial position of the rail- roads today is stronger and business prospects are brighter than ever be- fore. FORWARD MARCH: American railroad secui ities have beer disposed of in the United States France and England. Big manufac hiring interests also look forward to phenomenal business now that the rate question has been settled. Financial experts say that the pros- perity will be reflected in the next bank statement, as in terest and dividends will be declared within tbe next 15 days. May Re-Indict Packers. NEW YORK, March The Chica- go packers who were ineffectively in- dicted in New Jersey for their con nection with the National Packing company because they could not be extradited will like'y be indicted a- ain by the federal grand jury here which is today going over the mas of evidence O :aken 'to the federal court so that the obstacles of extradition could be ov- Tcome. f evidence gathered by Prosecutor arven of Jersey oasEkfwa's aken 'to the federal court so that the RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS TO HAVE A NEW UNION THE tlTTlt WONT BOTHER ME THe cruel} ONE'S unfit BE A BIT BAIKY.': Popular Hotel Passes Into The Hands of Charles T. Guavey Who Is Well Known AVERY NOT PARTY TO THE TRANSFER New Proprietor Has Been In Charge of Dayton And Cleveland Hotels. IAMB-LIKE; Mulder in the second degree was a colored woman is said to have been the charge on Joseph Siirrusea accused of killing Anthony Storuce was indicted Wedneedav afternoon >y ..the January erm, re-called in special session. Most of the time of the grand jury was occupied by the consideration of his case. Sorrusca is alleged to have committed the crime as the re- ult ot" a cutting affray February 13, at the residence of Alfred Christian m Sycamore street. A quarrel over WASHINGTON. March It as learned today, are' under way for he organization of the railway tail clerks into a union and their af- liation with the American Federa- ion of Labor. Although Postmaster Tf-neral Hitchcock is opposing the Ian the clerks declare it is the only they can better their working I onditions. President Gompei b is ex-! emd to issue a charter for the new j ganization in the near future. the cause of the trouble. After ling- ering in the Providence hospital for six days, the victim. died. indictments were returned by the grand With the temperature at 21 Wed- Destiny morning and the sun ihin- ing in a clear there doubt in ihe minds of mail] as to Vfheth- rr March had entered like a lamb or a lion. "It's quite declared Ob-rrver Niilinio, and he ought to four of them bein made Thlrty'-Heven witness- es were examined, and one case ig-f' nored. The indictments made public were Joseph 'Surrusea, mirder in the sec- ond degree; Frank Kalesky. burglary and larceny; Connie Wiencke, non- support. Tom Wiener, re indicted for robberv. Transcript cases, whe-.-e the defendants were out on bond were not considered. Tho recalled grand jury began its seshion Tuesday of last week, and spent five dajs in its The members were dismissed by Ji.dge Reed, subject to another call at be some fuiovr, but tenperature has moderated IB the northwest, all the zero weather having disappeared. timp. The charge of chicken-stealing a- ECIPROCITY VOTE OR BACK TO WASHINGTON be made to keep it in. It was declar- fj against other financiers vhora he maj involve.. His iter, Dr. Louisa has agreed to confirm her ed today that the proposed legisla- tion will be withdrawn Bniley, the champion of lostimonj. A larae number surrendered from bis announced der-jof indictments are expected as Robin Waa connerted with the Carnegie Trust company and several other leading in- stitutions. laration that he would permit (Continued on Page- Three) COLUMBUS. 0., March 1 ac-1 public tion of the United States senate yes- the Kell ro''nn WASHINGTON tie March reciprocity or back to Washington, April 1 was Ihe ultimatum delivered at the White House t: lay. President Taft announcing there is no change in bis attitude toward the calling of an extir. session. Resignation as Lieutenant Gov- ernor Presented Today, Effective March 2. SAN FRANCISCO. March 1-Ane Ruef, convicted boodling boss, was re-' arrested today and taken to Jail, fol-, Charles T. Guavey, since June o'-iief of Fred Avery's staff at the Hotel Euclid, Cleveland will Mkeiy become sole proprietor and manager of the Sioane hotel, the deal for the transfer of the lease frem Mrs. Lottie Rice to Mr. Guavey having been practically closed Wednesday. Mr. Guavey expects to take charge at once and bring his family here frem Cleveland. Contrary to previous indications, Mr. havs no connection with the local hotel, hxvensive improvements at the Sioane are contemplated by the man who would be the new pro- prietor. Wednesday's deal will bring into hotel field, a self-made hotel pro- prietor who has had wide experience in managing several of best hotels in the state of Ohio. Mr. Guavey's en- trance into a smaller city is actuated I by bis desire to go into business tot himself and his realization that he can build ap a successful business that I will be a credit to the city and him- iself. Mr. Guavey is a native of Dayton, 0., and it was in his home city where he first started in the hotel business He at the bottom and worked up to manager of the Beckel House. Af- ter eight years' sen-ice at that hotel he went to the big Algonquin hotel in the same city, and served as man- ager for seven years. There he warn found bv Manager Avery of the Hotel Euclid, who induced Mr. Guavey to go to Cleveland as his first assistant. Re- cently the opportunity of taking over the Sioane hotel presented iUelf Mr. Guavey and after looking over af- fairs here, he decided it was a splen- did opening for him to become pro- prietor of a hotel of his own. The new owner of the Slotne ll well known to the traveling public. has a pleasing personality, keeps friends he makes and is knows at ton and Cleveland as a royal er. "I will make the Sioane hotel a place where no Sanduskian need be ashamed of when the city's hotels in declared Mr. Gi ne-sday. "Extensive improvemen e and no effort will be lowing the action of the supreme court h01. the Sloane a 1' in vacating an order granting him Jir Guavey also gainst Pred Poller, of Castalla. was ignored. The new indictment against j Tom Wiener takes the place of that I recently found defective because ofjpi NICHOLS HIS SUCCESSOR Selection Of For Post Indicates kThat Governor Will Be Active, HIS "GLAD HAND" MUCH WORRY terday In defeating the Borah resolu- common plea? judicial drtnct by it tion for direct election of United jself fr.j (lie Pnrimoii bill providing States senators "ias lemoved rne of ithrt it snail he a felony to steal ma- the strong objections to the Slo-k-jchinerj parts evon when the intrinsic well Oregon plan bill in the senate vr-lno of the jiaris taken is less than here and that measure is likelj to S35, if w-hen added 10 the damage take on r.evv life. i dorp to the ovner it makes a sum When Senator Stodtwell trip.i to'Srcator thai hnvp his bill taken from tbe privi- 'I am opposes to junket trips by leges and elections rcmniittpp w n'eh i olidus miuer whatever guise they has indefinitely postponed it, Senator arp taken, and therefore oppose Cetone one of the chief opponents of 'J115 Senator Todd of Frank- thp bill, made a conditional piedee of ''n unen 'he Cetone fire and police Rippoit. HP said he would vote to cnief "as laken up lie did vote icpprt the hill ant' help it on thp floor I against the bill hut Ins was the only If co-giess took no action at this nest'tue vote on 't. s'on looking to the submission- of an Wllen tno w" separating Lucas 1 county from the other counties of the amendment to the feJeial tion refuses to discos that pledge, but de- mand that it be redeemed. Senator Huffman, chairman of the committee, one of the demo-rats win lias helped keen the Ptockwell b 11 buried, said that it would he reporied out without Amone the passed by the sen- nte yesterday was that of Senatoi Todcl permUtini; crh sinking fund Wi common pleas indicia! district and making it tbe llth district was reached Senator Dean joined with Senator Keller in asking the senate to pass it Such a bill required a two thirds vote, but it got it all rieht, all tbe 32 senators present voting for it. The COLUMBUS, 0, March int Atlco Pomcron ti-nuered his resignation to Govnnor Haimon this moiiiing to take effect at mid- night March '1, 1911. ment of Hugh L Nichols as bis suc- cessor was announced this afteiuoon by tbe zcnernor. A.s lieutenant governor, Nichols will have a greater influence up- on Ipgiblation and in paitv caucuses. This is to mean that HIP gov- ernor wiil take a morp duect hand in the1 woik of the legislatuie Nichols the mis-spelling of a name. ROBBERS LOOT CAR; NO CLEW IS rOUND his favor. THAW AIDS PROBE OF MATTEAWAN ASYLUM NEW YORK, March was ST. LOTUS. March 1 to noon! learned today that Harrj K. Thaw, today no clew had as yet been found confined in Matteawun insane asylum, to the identity of the two bandits I financing a movement for the in- who robbed the express car on the instigation of the management of the Iron Mountain passenger train of 'nstitu'irn. AHegtttion will be made 000 near St. Louis last night. Tbe attorneys that there is press car and took multieaimtnt of pnsoncis, bat] food known Wednesday whether or not this would be done immediatelyl Forbes Hotchkiss, the present bar proprietor, over two months to run on his Dow tax and he hopes to arrange with Mr. Guavey for an extension ot bis lease until that v s from E M Ro- and a number aie held there illegally men entered the thp slrone _... berts. express messenger at the'point' Norman E- patient, is of a rf.olvpr Thev left t'ip car a ialso Thaw in lhc imcstiga-' Ihe appoint- Mer tion and gagging Roberts. TO VISIT COLUMBUS. O. March peni- tentiary investigating committee- dp- culed ypstprdav to visit both the Coolpy ty prison firm at Cleveland md thp The officials say that this move is another trick on the mut of Thaw to be transferied to another in-, stitution. i THE VOTE Up to Wednesday afternon, Star-Journal's referendum vote on the electric franchise question was as follows: For Gas Co. proposition of three-year grant.............12 Against Gas Co. proposition.75 For municipal plant........92 Against municipal plant.....11 The ballot today is given on page 4. If you haven't voted, do so at once. K now in charp- oi the governor's at Mansfield Tho pp'Sidmtial campaign eommitkc win leave Columbus Thurs- Hepresentative Arthur P. Black for Cleveland and HARMON'S CHOICE FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR may become private secrctarv to Sen- farm Sat- ato'r Poiwrenr, but has not'vet fully uday thcy at Mansfield. decided The democrats of trr house are to have an important caucus Thursday night. The announced purpose of the meeting is to discuss the congression- al gerrymander It h piobabk- that Cincinnati vvill occupy as much time as redistricting. ThPK1 is no longer any doubt of the puipose of the ipgis-1 laturc to scud a commute to probe tbe gang's opeiation- Before anv resolution fo; the apnointnipnt of. a commif'-'p is innoiimeri the su- premp court will bavp handed down Its derision on the constitutionality of the The resolution will be by disposal of tbp ront'3t5ts by seven democratic candidate.- fot Hamilton countv seat" held bv rppiiblcans This is in the hands of ;i special committee. Attorneys for the contestants filed their briefs and the testi- mony Copies were di-tiibiited to ev- _, Pry senator and It Mr. Clad Hand might well be the has been th. nian that tl-f special ('atr.ft> f ?alal> committee should allow- sufflci- Charles D. Hiiles. i. bsentees were Senators Tod name and Dore. tached to Charles D. Hiiles' new po-'em after the briefs were in to The senate pinned itself dow-n that of secretary to President giv-p evrv an opponmitv to hard work after flnalh settling thp Tsft Mr _Hilles hails from Dobbs, re3fl anrj understand trr-m. This ton hill authorizing codr.ty to keep tax lists of personal prop- erty in multiples of five; the Cetone bill authorising fire and nolirp chiefs to attend professional conventions at next on the calendar for considera- President Tafts1 closest friends and form pledges and administration "pro-' tion most trusted advisors. This applies gram w-iil b" dlseused. There mav be The horse passed the Greeves bill to politics as well as business. With an effr.rt to make party matters of making-ii legal to play bi-se hall on Hiiles on the job-, the president .will he saved many troubles and vex- tContinued on Page Six) i ationa the Smith 1 cent limit and the Edward.- i-mmty deputy tax commissioner bills. Great Majority Favors Further Investigation And Chance To Vote On Municipal Plant Project Before Giving Franchise I wlwt lights would cost if fnrnishe4 ,i p! mi owned and opeiated by tha city. Communications, votes and verbal are coining to the Star- I Journal For the most part en- ioiff thp stand taken by this paper. In this, there is no indication of poli- tic> t'o- dt'iih'crats and republicaua are insisting thiit the people V- liave tbe opportunity to make a choice. i were no new development) Wriir.esdav and both sides are now parpntly resting on their ntll thp ma v or the franchise ortlte- Not in many a day have San- dusky people been so much m- tereited in a public question as in that of electric lighting, brought to the front by the a3tton of council m passing a franchise ordinance for the Sandusky Gas Electric Co. without fully in- vestigating the project of estab- lishing z municipal plant and sub- mitting the question to the people. Despite any report to the con- trary, the sentiment appears to be overwhelmingly against the ac- tion of the council and in favor of 5 municipal plant. mnent business and profession- a! and in various activ- ities bavo themselves. Some n'st secure froa objetj; names u.-pcl in al, ,.xnpri ,lxact tstlttiates M to Ito conuntiop with statements becaasp cost of buildinu and they do not wish to into any plant aml tne controversy, but tliev are nons the ens which would be lOHlMe fnw tkk less insistent that the whole question oprnitlon of such a plant, tut should tn> fullv investigated and tbe submit the Of people givn a cbancc to expreSs their ,.iali; aav prefeierce before ain contract is en- ft Electric Co. to tlw tereil into. Some who are opposed tor whether a fgwn a municipal plant believe that' slu.h a referendum vote to bettt-r tpnns could br secured from, tion. but it would! the Gas company by first ucerUininf, urobleat A suggestion that is meetlig wfta -'f- INFAVSPAPERf NEWSPAPER!   

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