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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1911. NUMBER 122 WCTBElffllO 1 NEXT SENATE Other Matters Claim Attention Now And Filibusters Delay Progress [FAFFS PLANS READY FOR EXTRA SESSION Effort to Secure Vote On Tariff Board Bill Attacks Foiesters, WASHINGTON March the closest possible authority to the president the United Press today learned tyiat unless con greet actually passes the Ca nadlan reciprocity treaty an ex tra session will be called This attitude has been taken by the president because of attempts of opponents of the measure to se cure enough democratic votes to kill the bill on the excuse that an extra session would thus be obviated President Taft now de Clares the bill must actually pass and that defeat will not prevent an extra session an extra session, it is believed He has p-acticallj abandoned his own efforts to brine: the leciproci'y agi cement to a vote this week and tinning his attention now entire lv to the effort to get as much oilier Legi pcsslBle BlatiOii tntt of the wdv as He is working to all IDAHO TWINS IN THE UNITED STATES SENATE ARE AS LOVING AS CAT AND DOG TORMENTOR OF PRESIDENTS NOW BOURNE'S TITLE Stockwell Fails to Take Bill, from Committee and Contest Impends REYNOLDS BILL DEFEATED Democrats Split On Non-Paiti- sanJudiciaiy Nominations and Lost After Winning M IGt RN VI BLRL U Di i i ch Building 0 Match _ iPiiewcd d aftot noon lu- noo to line the elecuonb committee of hi p! n bill tint he 'imi iit the ae feat of the it oitit on -mil Aft exoneration t! I o imei in the sen j ate ought to chans oin seraiois on this piopOMtion num teioie, (hdigtd Sto l well with tl to stn u) tit ibk The w to i pnd the ti wol0 MOII isj to get the bi'i out Hi motion was lost a e of It to 17 Ml the deiociats suppoitod the motion but Leione Cilnll ind Doie On l n sidf Senator McDon OPERATION OF A MUNICIPAL PLANT HAVE YOU VOTED? I Mayor Marshall Recommends The report and reoommencfia- of Mayor Marshall of Co lumbus slowing what the munici pal I ghtmg plant n that city has done and can do will furnish ad ditional a mum ent against grant ing a franchise to the Sandusky Gas Electric Co w thout first thoroughly investigating the municipal lighting question and givirg considerat on to any other offers Viat may be made fn the light of thes- facts do you want to have the city tied up by a franchise at the pres ent tme? The Star Journals bat lot given on page six today will enable you to a choice, either for or against a municipal plant or for or against the Gas company fianchse The vote up to Thursday afternoon was For Gas Co franchise 12 Against Cas Co franchise 77 For municipnl plant 95 Against municipal plant 11 Commercial Rate of Not to Exceed Five Cents. REASONABLE PROFIT WOULD BE ASSURED The Twins what Sen- twins as oil and w itei ator Bailey of lexas calls beiutor to each othei pohtelj Bnnton He burn and Senator fJJen bee" the coiiidois tosethei TJdgdi mouth raeino Of man has> thue been the Dore bill now on the calendar pieces of th-s commonwealth of Idaho one smc'e eudence of team work be Cached SrockwUl will "o doubt Senator Jonaihau Boui of Ort son uei InU 1 el h s, 10., around hK '-hotiMti t) e ot lei took A turn i! on h s m staited UDOU his usual htunt ot teat. ing the pusidcit 11 not 01 tttlk thiough but Stocl motion The bie on this n Uter will come when ted' a Present inc unbent but went back into histo ina giatu in the linited States, senate The twins put on tlie tween them Boiah fought dnect to substitute his bill fot it rite hnnpp Itonsh handed a life wallop i j the picsident Roose 1 elt He s lid both men used federa patiomee in cmmiig politic tl favor disputed him ing of all the spectacles in the high the appiop mtjon h Us pabsed if'est forum in the lahrt Thej aie as possible go that theie shall be no tmht to be dubbed ator need foi the special seesion LO 6n% time to thejBZ, Ho wants the flpt-k entnelv the new congress meets Borah to oust Lorimer n stood with the Illinois sen clear as it within a shoit time now BO that if can itb time and at teition dnectiv io the ratification or tie iccip o agiecme't H is con fidtat tMnt satisfd( toi piogtesb will 1 i in the ion aid that tic icoipror-m apieoinent will be rati withoii "Jue dela> t i tint IK on the whip I Tid t c i le ei gi Inn (o hold the m the fr f n cb c In h h rnr> pen i tl P il on he wi1! n aKf it f K clem fhit he ton on thi en KO agicctnent it" ur in tr 1 i i h a j othei nnttT t'i t in it, r "or to it tith cihe le0J la I tn v.i in A si h bill Tie i ir item if caie fullv o i 1 IP bi u en am.1 is ccnfl C nt t PIC II I'M! 1C tWO to o e i of the C TWO ARE VICTIMS OF ASSAILANTS' BLUNDERS Ciosser bill ng tl e inuiatue anu refeiendum for cities a special 01 dei for next at 2 p m f Hepubiicans oppos d this but the b II. will pio'sibh piss__ j The house >ebteiday passed the Cnst bill exempting townships anJ Foreigner At Bellevue Fatally Official, Not Pnsonei, Slashed Wounds a Quairy Woikei BCL.IEME O Maich lllverson a maehmiEt c inlo ed quariy of the Bellewie S one (o was I lolmhh fatally wouinei1 a bullet tint nrled loi P Hncvln supeiin tendent of the lint j Ihe shot fneil a who had been 11 1 Immedi ittly lid inother foieigne By Gal Victim's Father i tt i ei t CT .c i ilr r f i pi eon n 0 amct t'i etnatc i 1 call foi T e in f it fo ii-t I i TIP! 1 (.IplfUt VP P itf1-, IS 1 01 O 5 t t i i i c c o i o t 1 o 12 iel'ed the supmntcnd nt nith a piece n ind op 0 Rourke so that tie Knife 'Stuk piohibiting the ion of I samples of medicines in jies and the bill of Reynolds of Franklin aiithoiuing countv commissioner to emplov nur Cb to visit homes m uhich theie aie tubercular patients and give institutions as to caie and nursing The Greeves Sundlj base ball bill "was lead the first and second times CI 0 March In-Jin the senate and refeired to the com ttai'ied to a murdeiaiis rage at sight I mittee on cities It will piobablv be of the unn had just pleaded on the calendai with lecommendation gu'tj to outraging d seven veai old for passage befoie the end of the ToLn ORoulke the child s er a biaunj teamst i tried to plunge] The democratic majority went to i knife blade Into thi3 heirt of lohn pieces over the Revnolds bill provid W Caspei who was being led lng for non paitisan nomination of from the rontioom toseive a fifteen judicial candidates and the I ill was sentence in the penitential) I defeated Cahill Cetoile Dean Me anco blinded th" eve and, jvee and Shaffer went Oust bill exempting townships anJ from the operation of _the f meteen To Be Indicted By New Grand Jury For First De- gree Murder. to the opposition Still the bill got scilp hlnde tank deep into the necl of DCT )8 ,otcs enough to piss it wanle who Tias takmft Leaton of ucas Johnson Keller Caspe, lick to jiil The attark LIS MlDondld Tod and untie m i corridor just off Ihe couit for it NEWARK 0 Mirch Phil B SmUhe at noon that the special hnching giand jur ivould repoit d iiing the afteinoon and that theic would be nimHeen new in dictments foi fift degiee murder n ction nith the Ijnch'ng of Car B Etherlngton the diy detective here on Juh IS Seventeen of these indictments will be made public once it stated SICK, RELAXED VIGIL, BOMB WAS EXPLODED Al1 hoie o tic 10 ibl CT is To a Fompro i P ith tie 01 the tar ff c mm rtn bil' Uie 1 tte fjlib jste cd unt 1 i 1 o c of1! thi'- no i ve p ban drned the re ii'ioir-; u en Hie Fenate r d in o repub! r i nno i tl t a flgll t) a Til bo ih bill Ch declared tliat m plirr- ol i coirpo i thej wo 11 Kr f tr c emcc at tillttng ol eis pipt n fl ctni won i. heade llo h of Siadi o lit J lucted a in il eiicl for the f gitne Tnt e lielievt 1 to b CTI_O i on V iteiing .11 Ilk" i e tie ffl t im The 11 t (.ntuifl i 01 z bort> lips He had -rtmittecl his guilt to on t ht SK o the best i d the si ccl mistreatment of F thei lolml n-ji t'le H e lae Affair 0 ?ourl e anke will recover r i inucb exciten-en 0 Rourke wos loom of Judge George PMlhps i hid ust faced Phil RAILROADS ACCEPT THE RATE DECISION AS FINAL AND WILL NOT APPEAL CASE "H ASI1INGTON D M uc-h above the laihrads I talenair died ehaiges during the to th( decision (t the intei tite com __ con 11 ssio i in which it lefused journs 01 unt 1 i ho i ten i ei cent advance in Benato Smiti of Soith Cfrolii ,rc ,hl K1S pleduted loda, bj oponid the deb Uc when Ihe fihbi s J ter was l n erl tins Afteinonn Ina Commissionei Line He s-us the leart cations were na the "libuster wo la inr nilioads In c alieadv notified last all div arl pos ililv ill in-it I him thev will abide by the de ision irj he even road to so d If the rates had in- to effect the gross earnings of the Erie rainoad won'd Hepburn of Idaho ma1 fntile ittemj t to r dui (he innm expenoiture1; foi th 11 untoi in re of the national rts> tiom moie than rOOHO) to SpenK Ing of the fotebteis All Ff vburn dc clared The> are iftei" The graftei is not the man p >kes h cieised 5 pel cent Horn last" seat s gioss ieceipts 1 IP fine how ever has granted incu" es in amounting io jOO 000 lor the pres ent vear The raining out of th up hensne plan of r e K eited that the nnn agemciif does not intend to put into effort a ntnd retrenchment be- NTV 10RK March sit- ting in his darkened store eveiv nighl weeks with a loaded shotgun In Huff I orti[ to tal e vengeance on Black man of Butlci who was against the J Hirr'eis who had thiedtened to kil lul was absent Thinking to clinch i unless he gave them ?iOO Louis th  been issued to the railway mail cleiks and that it is expected that in a short time the entire will be unionized and affiliated with the American Feder ation of Labor It Is conceded thai this on the paif of the clerks means a hard fight with Postmaster Gene al Hitchcock SEVENTEEN YEAR LOCUSTS EXPECTED TO SWARM THIS YEAR AND GOVERNMENT WILL AID FARMERS TO GET OF PEST 90TXMBUS 0 9 v-o app ared Tt thp nigh on lie inte AUGime public utilides theie is sfei the po sibiliU of a plot to defeat the No rnlj ifis there a limited delegation b it the commiitee lacked a quoiun ano the hearing postponed to next, A ednesd-n That 1heip will n nouerfnl Irb me iln e in he IiJ k no qiiF ti )fd If tuat loblj ic. ars no the bill n put in fo p op rt c and IC'P befo e le n at adjon nine it n "h If the lol tp wniit a uii'it f-. c "n WHs against the b H e the fie h ho r a i V at T. as t! e nods b 11 1 tiled i Pt ai The cure fiom the s aue j eitifi at0 of public ne I'troiJi 'on ed in M hv 8 ling on r' t kill Th.. aftc t i is a rti It -U onf nen ot v T' n r tit'on s ai" OLTI woul-1 coaauel a new company to seou tonim a coi Tne had Hnnounred for a Jeleeiaph sleeping car f stiept fi oid mttiuiban gas cleotrio "nl hotting companies -ie all included witlni tlie bleeping sine of the bill the% were not rppi evented Raiirmdb sup plied tie chief loib-v against tile biM Tvere absent The will tlie oil! m some fo ni 1 i are in con do] T id v ill (cue i tion Tien the semt'1 vul! ron uUr the bill p ol ibH altlicush a cenat" coirmlt tec has Its "ame measure nd'caiion1' art hit about the time the committee iradv to report the bill the lobbyists will ap i (.a from all will rot dircctU a ipltieb bill but will hat his sv ton works an mi ictice and othpr section is nfisriun of ma-ie fach crowd v, a ea If ie camp o M f- p H will 1 i- fr 1' r aMboc% vhnt has been daoe. The year loran- are due this-vear aceonMng to the observations of expert entrmotogists. Secretary in o't! c agricultural department shortlj will send out a bulletin to larmew telling ttem how. to. ooje with Big Sandusky-Detroit Boat Will Be Christened at Wyan- dotte March 18. Here Are Important Facts To be Considered Before Fran- chise is Granted, PERRY WAS THE FAVORITE Dustm, Captain A, J Fox, And City of Sandusky Also Pop- Come Here When the magnificent new steamer being built foi Dustm to ph between DeUoit and the Islands is launched at the dotte Saturday March 18 it be christened the Putin That name was selected for the new by the committee which met m Detroit and went over 1118 letters each suggesting a name for the steamer The name Putin Bay first appeared m the twentj eighth letter opened Ft from Theodore P Gray of Mich who will reoebe and a season pass on the vessel it appear second in the 32nd letter opened that from Mrs Phinney Kirtland of Detroit and she will re- a season pass Over 100 other persons also suggested the name Put- in Bay among whom were duskians and they will each receive a tup pass 1 he committee which chose the name foi the new vessel consisted of Messrs kelson J Hunt of San dusky Peicy Burk 0 E Dustm To- bias Thompson and Capt A. J Foi, all of Detroit The committee met first on Tuesday evening and discuss- ed plans for proceeding in opening the bus imount of mall Wednesdav when the letters ere opened and sort ed it was found that the name modore Perry or OlHer H Perry, led all others The name Perrr was sug gested m 219 letters Nearly aa many people suggested the name of the popular master who Is to captain the new vessel Captain A. J Foi The name of E A Dustin manager of Dustin line was aiso a favorite one suggested Scores suggested the name Oity of Sandnsky the hundreds of other names suggested were Gov Harmon Walk in the-Water Lady El gin Ironclad Twentieth Century, Vic- tory and Glbralter The committee showed a decided leaning tword the name E Dustin bnt Manager Dustm would not allow his name to ne used and Putin Bay second choice, was finally decided up i The date of the launching has been changed from March 11 to March 18th- Tt will take plaee at the Wyan dotte yard of the Detroit Shipbulld .ng Co and It is understood a bottle of Hommels SandusVy made cham pagne Is to be used at the ceremony The board of trade of Putin Bav will present the steamer w-ith a set of colors The vessel will go on her route about June 15th Street arc lltJhtE furnished at a cost of each and the plant earning a profit A recommendation that the plant be enlarged to furnish com- mercial current at a rate not to exceed five cents per kilowatt hour which it is claimed, could be done with a profit to the plant self sustaining Rates charged by private com- pany greatly reduced to meet competition aie some of the results of e-tabhslimem of a municipal light? ing plant in Columbus Ohio s capitil which should be considered in connection with the controversy here and which citizens are demand- ing be given consideration According to the_Qhjo_State Journ- al Mavor recommends tha extension foi commercial lighting in his annual report soon to go to tha council It nas Oeen demonstratefl oe- lond question that a cents per kilowatt hour is a reasonable rate for electric current for elec trie lighting the mayor will say m his report There la no doubt but that the local lighting eom- panv can make a reasonable pro- fit upon Its actual investment at 5 cents per kilowatt hour There IB no reason why the people of Columbus should longer pay more than 6 cents per kilowatt hour for light Of course if the Columbus Railway and Light Company should see fit on its own account, to reduce its rate to 5 cents there would be so reason for the city going Into Uw business of commercial lighting. "On Jan. 1, 1909, the council inmj an ordinance authorizing electric licit companies to charge for electricity for electric lighting the maximum ran ot 7 cents net per kilowatt hour Let such companies get that price. It thtr can, but I favor that immediate- steps be taken to equip oar municipal electric light plant and to eiee- trtcity for electric lignting at not to exceed 5 cents per kilowatt boor. "Numerous contracts already have been signed for current tor power and within the very near future the Mle of cnrrent for power will make toa entire city plant self snttalnlac, there-, by saving to the people TII ilimtelj per year The electric light plant baa real. ered an even greater service to the people by forcing the Columbus Bail- way and Light company to tU rates to its customers approilmatetr one-naif, and in many CUM more than that in one case the rate reduced to 1 cent per kilowatt to lire- vent the city getting the The city, with its lines, ruuiag through every section ot Columbia, la better equipped than any lighting com- pany to extend its service, aceorOtag to the mayor. PLA> BVXJtFET FOB LOBUIEB WASHINGTON' D C March 2 While Senator Lorimer received many congratulations on his victorv yester- daj he will receive a- real ovation in Chicago according to advices received todav A monster banquet and mass meeting are planned Hoizaepfel Insists There Is No Foundation To Talk Ot His Candidacy 'Oh cut that out mta Councilman John Holzaeptel vbwi asked Thursday about talk that he might be a candidate for the cratic nomination for mayor, I dont want to talk There s nothing to It and I sm loltf such a story baa been ha added Long ago there was tan: Vat zaepfel might be a mayoralty candi- date bnt he has refund to cocahKf the matter. He b the only member ol council who Is supporting Mayor Lehrer In the fight for A t lighting plant. POFUlATIOir BT WABDS. Hrst TTart Second Ward Third Hard Fourth Wart Iota Ulti Additional census figures for San- iusky were announced by Director E >ua Durand at Washington, Thurs- They live the population by rardt but do not change the total for the city which remains 19 989, or just eleven than The show that the lecond la the largett varl in the city in Uie var SPAPLRl of population Saving almost nw Idents The third ward 1> tlmott al large while the first ward It UK smallest As no redistrictiaf if nw essary here the fignrea no cial significance. Other figure! annonnced by OlrwtM Durand Thursday show tint fpf ulatlon ot Huron townthlp, iDCloilBf the Tillage Is As tie TtHtn given a population of 17M thll 631 for th> township ot village towiublp to en 2 151 Including the TlBiflt, or Nt ot the flllaie MUu bas a topulatton of 1.147 I villmge, or 1151 ontsldc pttlltv Portage towuUv, county iBcladlne Port CItatuo, kM i population ot oalaAl ,'SP4PERf   

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