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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDIT THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR iBOSTEREfS; President's Extra Session Plans Apparently Move Senators To Action WILL BE CALLED UP AFTER NAVAL BILL Agreement Reached Early To- day To Vote On Peimanent Tariff Board Bill, SANDUSKY, OHIO, MARCH ABE EUEF, WHOSE GRAFTING AND PROSECUTION LED TO VICE DISCLOSURES IN FRISCO, FINALLY IS SENT TO PRISON CELL NUMBER 123 A STANDING OFFER OTTAWA, Ont, March the highest possible authority it was stated here today that regard less of what the Ameican congress does with the Canadian reciproc- Ity treaty parliament here will pass It without any changes and allow H to stand as an open offer to the United States No pressure will be brought to bear to try to force the American congress to accept it WASHINGTON, March Canadian reciprocity bill may yet have a vote at the prcsenc Ces- sion of congress Today Senator sion of congress Today Senator Stone gave notice in the senate that at the close of the consider -----ation of the naval appropriation bill, scheduled to follow the sun dry civil bill, he would make a motion to take up the Canadian reciprocity measure The presl dents determination to call an ex- tra session is having its effect A vote on President Taft b perm- nent tailff commission bill win taken at 8 JO Sattnday morning This at least is the agreement that was reached in the senate at 3 o clock this morning when Senators Stone and Ovuman after a prolonged filibuster, weie forced to surrender If the agree' ment is carried out the bill will nn questionably pass It his alieadv passed the house The president today let it be known, that March 15 is the date on which i Heney Points Out That Techni cality In Ruef Case Favor- ed The State PICKED AS AIDE TO SEN POMERENE Political Lines Forgotten In Ex tending Felicitations to the Senator-elect NICHOLS TAKES THE' OATH Be Installed As Lieutenant Monday When Senate Convenes States Will Make tions to Insure a Suitable Celebration. BOS9 MUST GO. TO PRISON Supreme Couit Reveised Itself To BnngAbuul Result, Sign FR 4ACISCO March 3 Ruef tormei political SI V.K HIM V Disp u, i h ll J1P-, (.01 I MIU sQ Ml e'l Ohio "n ll i I ti 1 i t sul S III'n 1> it n 01 t h ipii n thit sh ?s I i v si-nu in il i t twu t i n s n hi i isln >n loi w i ici ti n, i oi ih iii tr i -linn s i s i inn i lerlv 11 M il IP, to tl i oil of i i I v s nit01 Ll li ml l th nit I V Pom leu in his In mini t lh t h vv i, i li iv, UK and h 1 i- ma 1 sp i 1 Lv senatoi on both lie ot th ihnul i joined in th tilu nt ons befj v resolution w is mopti 1 Senatoi Ki uisf of (1 veHnii cil'ed up some ot the inimositie of the sen atom] conttst bv iiv n, ut the iiembirs of the luvihogi a Ugitinn had heard the with pita sure for tl v seeiied to vindicate their judgment expresse 1 iarh m the game tl it thr Ind si.ni tonal umbel m him bin itor Tohn son of Cinema-ti countered on this a________......... _________ little bv usin? to lennik (lnt he foi _ n .-----7.----------------IT one vv-is glad the Cuvahoga delegation LOCal Deal, HOWeVef, Would wis still gratified In this he vv s makm? an -illusion to the fait that at three i tilings mule this week R p sent ui e i> x 01 Ind 1 is bun offeipi' t'e [option suutuv to be ipe PoiLei UK Hid vv 11 i H will uoi n s 311 lum the legi Hue San Francisco has been davs stav of execu bv Mr Pomerene were distaste ful tj the Cuvahop-d "en-nois Probably Follow Enactment Of Suitable Law Ii HEAL HE Much time vvas t-iken in the senate In such felicitations and aft. r the llwrKUVtffltN I b CONTINUED tion befoie he begins seivice of his adoption of the Cetone lesolntmn the 14 vcais teim for bi.berv the end of sion and foi theh kindness to him e.SS? Some Democrats not Favorable La Follertc Assails Taft and f the famous case Is now In sight Ruef has prendietl to 11s case to Lie hi_Jiest co at in the couLtiv but the coniensiis of opinion is that he will be compelled to seive bis sentence This marl s ,the end of a notable lase vv neb Rudolph SpreckeM sugai kins fin-meed the graft piosecution He expiessed the belief that the dut les to which he w is now to go vveie not higher noi more mipoitant than those to which the members of the legislatuie aid ssed themselves i The house sent a committee to In him to anpeir before it to ik ell Company Activity, It Is As- serted, Has No Relation to Consolidation, To Unseating Of Cincin- nati Republicans COIUMBUj 0 Maun 3 Most of the time -it the can us of c'enociatic repiesentatives msM wa given over to a discussioi o'f the question of unseating Cmcmrati lepubhians that doll" The date is a compromise follow mfc a conference of republican and demo cratic leadeis The senate this afternoon passed the sundry civil appropriation hill earning with it The debate on the bill lasted three liours A motion bj Sena tor Buiton of Ohio to stnke out the appropriation for tbe fortification of the Panama canal was defeated bv a ma voce vote A may be taken tonight but the will now be in continuous session until final adjournment ciats ue divided on thc n Senatoi Pcniose llus cal U1S announced to consul his nostal bill amendment ie' concessional ledisncnig but l increasing the postal tate on Pines Ho bam he realised i Dot pass nu mm nieiiHjii" oi in-; Both houses were in session most special flniiniuti contest commute" 1s'Pemcnt of the niglt although the house has I to'd what thev hid seen on the i disposed of lU lllsh the enate to Clev 1 md the fight ovei the tanff commi sion Bach wis me till to refiair fiom was continued afte, midnight M un an exprcssio i of opm on and to e BOW believe that one or moie of t'e i lain tint 'ic had ir t mscus el mattei with othei m -i us o1 t Knox for "Dollar Diplomacy" In Japanese Pact Wis Maich i a fcittei attacl on Sooretaiv of State Knox and P esident latt Senator La I ollettc in his todav charges _ tin yiuBtJuunou win- ,u aujjc ii iiemre n to lam J Burn0 famous detectue dug farewell vvoids -which hf did mttllt: uv fue uenir un tvidi'n e and PI ancls J Henev'Befoie the seiitc tor tin, phone Oo here wen conducted the nrosecutlon The latter i week the lieutenant governoi as his bhot down In the couit loom dui- last official act old led Ihe journal to ing the trial but recovered Mr has again as a result of th contest blought bj denioci its who allegt m illegal ei( ltton ll m tlle ueitv iuth Ho tioi It developed tint the demo I Ui irjts that In conoide ation of con todaj gaie the United Press the following statement regarding the action of the supieme court m mer-ing itself and the sig niflcance of that action By Francis J Heney Tne fact tint the supreme court of O'iforn a rmeised itself in order to s tie conviction of Kuef is niportant is a sign of the 'ilc'menti cuiiEiesMonai ledisncnig but l1 e 1J iu n s aicelv piesenied >nd Kaox eliminated it could on tho evon of "liens adjournment Ithe "kllt to ex'lude The foni demociati membii" of Ih- "s Ginpfifli Tin, inn iii TCIpemGnt whinh hi ossion, to Moigan and other tnues of a new era in wluch'tlTe peo hnancitib in tl- mattei of lail are beginning to rule That Rue vvir ccnstructmn in Manch mi laft to pnson is onlj of icntive _. J fiom the tieatj impoit-ince It i, mipoitant that lapan se lahai cuuiiiials in all sh ill be pun- gentleman s ished bit it IE, more important tuat waich he d clnieb no th, people should Control the admlms of justice Theie is a peculiar Ironv and tremendous in the faci that what Ruef asserts was -i Rumois cm rent m tin list few diva that the extensive immovements be HIK made bv the Central Imon lele nut piepaia toiv to a meiger with the Sanduskv Telephone Co were denied Fndav show the fact of his resignation and the appointment of Hugh L Nichols Steiukamp and Secietarv Giedeman of the Sanduskv Telephone. Co freel> admitted however, that a as his sue The" senate ap pointed a committee consisting of Senators 1-fvnolds Crawfoul for the in tnllption of the new Ifeutftn ant govp'ror It -will take place In the cham jpi when senate meets at 5 p m i Mondlv evening .sovein r Mr Nichols how ever o flk" the oath of office at onte in r- PI tint theic might be no ques tion is to tile succession to the ROV by the legislature bill be enact It was said I-rid u that the Cen the tral Union Co his renewed its lease 'for a bhort term on the Washington Row piopertv md tint ihe Columbus ivenue pioneitv lecentlv purchased s not likelv to be utilized Manager 1 i h cf he I' se en views Piaclitallv no e bad lead thc bnpfs of simnaiv of evidence og-sub limited bv at ome s for both able I Some niembpis of the committee ad Ing supplj bills will ful ot befoie noon toiiionow when tbe ses Eion ends in vvhuh else an extia ses Bion would be nece saiaj The regulai oi stand pit s nat ois who yielded the cuiiilnct of the taiiff board bill to the pic-giessives and who hart agieed that the bill ue ui HIP com Rting the tanff board should lemiia'imtt d t it thtv had not lead the the unfinished business of trie b-nate mitt r Battefeld de as long as there npfl c W-ICP ol elaied thet Goveipoi Ilaniion wanlel passing it begftn to hat thci the lepublicin riicmleis un eatel Tvere backing what appealed to be a llonso i of Da lefused lost cau-e Ihe (eniui. its 1 aj ie n to enter thc 1111 is when lip vis Jiibistiig that tht w uid he g] id olceitin th t the Ciiumuti conte t i coopeiatp to pjss thc a] piopimt on .vveie the real to be bills but that if these bill we p to S itemcnts made in the raifus md, ue taiiff biard nitas catcd that the thiee Jjomgome v i (Continued on Naval Base Deal Fails "VAIPER4ISO March s setiet at enipt to secuie a n iv il has" on this bide of the Pacific hv pachas fiom Chile Easter Island has ei i beiii" sworn In i lit ensue Mi Nicholas came heie tod n and ook the oath of office His first ev iression was reirret that the sen ite defeated the Revnolds 1 ill The Bell svstem improvements being made nre sud to hue been made necessarv to take lari of the business Officials of the Sfinduskv i D compinj said thev knew ot no plans techmcalitv foiced the supreme out 1 par L'" for bv which the two svstems could be to leverst itself non partisan nomination of Indies (lulckh raelEed Tne. failed Chile itvvaoto-iiv sllP "would I le lined b' ss has notified Japan the island foi a nav al -it 1 ten of inestim p ----importance to lapaa in the event Dieted of commi of a war with he Lmt d states to leverse itself On firn r ncasmns technical ties hive wei'led onlv in favor o fend ants in the pnft cases Sch iitzvvas freed tin nidi" t unon which re convicted f-i ed to state 't he nf 1 It is essential said he In lifting judicial out e.f politics said he aidentlv in favor of tin. the the i is con- Thnty-five Concerns, Twelve From Ohio, Are Made Defendants. The supreme court umniipoi- ipfused the people a hearing 'o ments of th" n he flmisv technical t i that Sihmitz 'iMr T.ed in the brief 1' ne tl i lication of t IP foi a hearing Rnef was erinted a lehea ing on 'echmcal grounds mini then leversed i stlf becaus tl atloinev called at tendon to the fut tint one of thp concni ing j i tiees TV is out I tht stite when th order wis of Samiuskv "cominn tlle pei the pwhin qmcklv nieiged Thej expressed ihe opinion howtvei should a Uw I be pis td pel muting a me, gel a deal would quicklv b? made bv which the LITTLE OPPOSITION TO BILL IN HOUSE President Sure to Sign Measure Means Much to Put- in Bay And Sandusky The action of the house it Washington late Tnursday, In passmn the bill approprc atmg for federal partici- pa'ion in celebration of Perry s Victory centennial 2t Put- in Bay in 1913 makes it certa n that the fine n ernorial as olanned will be erected and that an expo- sition wiH be helt! An additional appropriation by the state of Oh o and appropriations by other s'otea will now fellow The n ws that Me bill had passed the house reaiLed the Star Journal 4 oe'ock the flrs menage fro n Congressman Anderson Me sases were Jso leceived by otaOiS intei sted both here -md at Pat n B Genenl satisfaction was ei- At Pnr n the ueop'a more than pleased for thev had rile bill ana cential board THE WFATHER with Ihe excl would take over business it t astalia and while the Forecast Geiieiill and Satuidiv niKht Tempei time at fail coldei a in veir on Pice Four) ABOUT THE PLAGUE The pneumon e i tague tleidlv form o' the b non e t lapnp now lav-igin the Onent is a puzzle to phvsjcnns v The breath of patients suffer ing fiom this form of the scourge kill as surely as swift poison Phvcuiins hi e been unable to studv 01 abate it imonic i ligue is cau ed by the "Mine germ as, the stiauh bu In mi Hague sud a ihvsonn U hen the geim affects the it pneumonia in an ,raordinarv vi ulert To n Ordm ar bubonic piaci e itticks the clards of the b-j 1 catism, them to sv 11 to "10111 on pio, or ons Peciv is n ild her ,or i of ,aKJ'' the pi "lie is m ich like blood poi oing U affee s blood ilone ind its svni oms are not as read ih on f-rvjile is m the two ofh er foi-n1- All tl ree aie deadiv vc method of treatment has been per fectet) Moie tl an this pi n Pr od 111 i t t ie on s -u am tpnif. h t "loi 'irfitest nouns n t lh 3 gnin n d l ng n ihes IP nun IP qi i r 1 c I ilh n iaids SIO U J( s O 1 f PP of n a v ti Thev de en t 11 u s el tons son e of tli from i1 P f iminp no IP w t' o i lot as N hem tl p f v t it o t to 1 ui lit es in I ovti ,heii di t bu 112 nf up] a I oiiible 11 i mis I t n i e NEW GOVERNMENT ACTION In Proceedings At Cleveland It Is Alleged Tuist Contiols Business, O Much Gul of P mton ni.h cchnol or eliss de- d ed to nsp w th fi s fulls demons md nowpr it the pom raeiieeinint i e to held JM- veil Th( ilm will he in innovation Temio! itmc one dav Irgrees Sun Sa nidav am1 si ts it o 2 i p i TlllK I MiMmum wind velo itv hours eiH'inc U noon iodav I miles west U U0 Thur dav alt t (moon at f a m (Stjidnd foi "t nearbv [ilues while the Hett would handle the long distance bnsi l onditions here uc sueh that no 1 ig iniiea e 0F raies would be neces i sarv said Mr diprleman Of coin so tinie IIL some ineqi ihties hut the i ites on tho av litre IIP nit u fiom tin bill oi a puhhc utilities woi Id im vi nl ai v nnf i i i i s ot i ites md would penult u single sv tun onlv ceitlin be mieies'b ue ta 101 ble lo the 11 igti of here inu elcewheie the b indusKv com! iiiv is not di nn i ited 1 v s ich M time. 1 h Hlallev ji had i tiothng 11 a i oin inv but hi l i o Ion the e i c were feaied that in th in-n of the i___ davs of 'he session of congress the bill nnsiht f 1 t f is .tag" Plans aie alieidv piettv outlined the memorial md t ie on Tbe design foi the neniOiial has hereto- fore been published m the Star Journ- al The pli is for the eiposition ia- ehde a naval demonbtiation and it is hoped thar Canada and Grea B.it- ain will parti ipate bv the vanous states m aid of the ea- teiprtse wl'l ex-eed TOO -S' ieaeh and this with the fed- eral apptopriation wi l u su e net onlv a beautiful and imposing me- nici ial but an exposition that win at- tiaet nnnj thousands of visitors ebsti r P Huntlngton secretory of the centennial commission, anj Col Webb C Haves of the eiecutlvs committee have been m Washington for some time working for the appro- priation Attention will now be given to the vanous states which are to par- ticipate including New "Vork, svlvama Kentucky Rhode Island, In- diana Michigan Wisconsin and Minnesota Although he had resigned from Ohio commission of which he waa formeilv president W H Reinhirt had continued hi- Interest m tire pro- ject and had worked for it He notified bv Congressman Anderson of the passage of the bill In the house and a little later received this tele- :ram fiom Put in Bav Centennial bill -now a law Piss- ed house this afternoon The peo- ple of Put In Bav thank you for ths good work done b) jou In behall if ;he centennial O Helnemann The president is expected to sign :he bill at onte It was put through the house without anv effort -tt. speech makme tnere being lj no opposition to the measure EXTRA SESSION MIGHT O Ai 11 cb of tie li fmpc e er na-ted 1 S ic in T ut filrl in the frlenl cour lioie ton limp and cbrti s i ji hrn e1- p ti n ron i" im lor "t in Ohio "d fou nf Hn e -1 d It tb? in f >p >mnr r- rnn nl 5ier cent ot thrt t intt nf i 10 unt if n It hiul fQini mi PS n REFORMER TO SEEK CHICAGO MAYORALTY Thr> pp dpinic -u h' Tn "i is ki o i f K a fl 1 i ii 1 in hu il d on onpinv of li (1 tl onil Lice uc I aain in In its) tie Ttnl j Fio i ni TW r r on Ruekt r 01 r (i t- if Ttu ion F! rtnc limp O no o i (Q of f'lo ru! i1. nmh I rr 1 are the t oloni 1 HoctTiP ol Ra e na F" mo m Her ic t o of n i i t rn cent lesni P T Foq'or lork o i A Ol in n She'ln ritctrio P 1 U" Stand, d I r-etiml Man the pespnceof fuiH-nPr. Co not s u i nf HI ro hit tic ire of fir o in n tMt i.m ufT hei in the eeitn I tioiien l n br oui i ten z r-iilnav ie hi vtng ph-ue in i a er at PEKING Maich Is now i (cntion than famine but tne deiih nown tlu at least 30000 people .rate -from the famine is inv times lave died of the phgii" which is rav l than that from the nlague iging China while .m IH dving dail) i The funini is th" IP nit of the de rom the dis-ase aid millions are ,truc ion of the irops bv a fall of hreatened bv IV fjinin" The plizue I different fiom aa> that has raged br centuries Of the numbei of deaths resulting teen inches of rim m two divs jast ignst in a distnti vvlere the peo U oidinaulj have a hand to niout 1 lectnc-1 Mi'nufact ring Co Wairen To oria Bulb ail Hoaio Co tor a Fiectno and Special! CLEVELANDERS HERE UUSTTNUE TO OCTOBER ON March Demo- cntic leaders in house differ ia then views as to the length of an es- tiaoidmaiv session if the pi esident hould (all one but all the estimates bit tie sobs on will continue tin HI some tune between lulv 1 and Oct I Speikerelect Olaik believes UuiJ lour ot live months wo ild he ample md that an aujottrnrpent might be leiched during lulv Chairman I n- d'rwooil of he mvs and means com- next ion ci uid wind up its i Representative who will b" one ii house thinks n on until Oct. I l i i me s in II n n IP I i i it ms GIVES UP LEGACY AND TO LOOK OVER FIELD mnm m BRIDE Zorn and Kornhauser Do Not Think Local Company Has Things "Bottled Up" and Will Press Proposi- tion Which Would Give City Plant. TI-E VOTE TODAY (WiE, ,3 _. tv Co and the Libbev Glass (o Toledo For G Co frinc'iisa Aga G Co f anch sc For municipal plant Against mumnral plant Tho S n ic im! nn Inc nt; ru nan wi'l t! i t h n to i d K i oi t e general sfntinuiit of the i> hut are riam u> u mt( r ttil wno not 'a el tli ir put creno I! t Jtlln i n te 1 m trn It not t i I dfi( IUOPS for a piai r j' i r i M nit 11 in p cj 1 11 n M i i n tor t tli th tin 13 i fl v. l Uctru 81 ii uirhi iii in Ki tl i IT 103 To i ami 12 [wr ns tbr Fn n m! >m tiik it evi tint Y q 1 n >t cc i i i r t mill ih l hp sa i i t, i-, I 1 urn l n i cl Uiu u b II up no nut. i ic t IH tUe p >pOoiti 11 olf t 1 h IN i no ild the pcopl of n r v.i tK f t d i 1 f h r t 11 i >i it p i. sen 3 st L n tl E nice that I OX.DON March th the an "Oi tnent of the "nsaseme t I I o-d Hush hoi rondelev to Mr- loh V four ih in Vmer (hot i girl and a diugnter n[ il H Ti 'ir of ttash'nztnn I or i ho moadelev has voluntaiih ltd o naei m and his F iii sacv of '1 ii n let i m 1 d Me Th" Ugdcv was left on i nl non tba le rnanv a n out SENTENCED TO DEATH, 45 APPEAL FOR HELP lOuTIIMON Mauh 3 f u tp ipntion bv who i s i ton nl b t'r suent i I sh H loi tonspuiicv against the imcnmnt wire todir c presiVnt Tif Secretary Knox ana t t Mi >uc grind lodge at JoWi the con men Is Ihv Espinso nell Known thretgfc- tthon d mimiemil plane rinfmi do st, at omt na tnat lullat t nn ku h P tirat G iC iciches tht Star Journal office LO hi tak i OTPI Koinhiu ei declared thstlt we ild o" unwise the titi tns of TO RETIRE tt Ut BOXD8 nutiu U- unnise KM tut- uu eiis oi VSHINCrTOX March f% SmdiisKv to place much uhihilitv I tiretnent of the ot J ClevtUnd and ornev b i on-the pcs I'ulitv o' a publii utilities cent Spanish nar bondl Kornhauser lep esen IIIK capitalists meisuri' beni. enacted bv the leslsla xtandmt maj be tsar of noon satnr Jiv K M 7oiu engineer of the Zorn Schofiell niidneenng companv Prof Charles E Mernam of I niversitv of Chicag  of mean aiTTud meiu of Caiiadian J smashed bv the pnmaij flcials Zcra to submit plans Rss W idjustinf all difflcuttiw. bonds build cur tnre to resu'atv puhlu corporations of He tie to make the rail- the rr-'d tomuwion the one to rfRulate ulan aflei treaaun lilenishtd with a W of Ni-M'SPAPFRl   

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