Sandusky Star Journal, March 6, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1911. NUMBER 125 ESCAPE CUT OFF, IY One Killed, Six Fatally Injured In Cleveland Apartment House Fire. NINETY PERISHED IN PICTURE SHOW PANIC Crowded Theater In Russia Scene of a Holocaust Sun- Minneapolis Blaze THEATRE HOLOCAUST 1 ST. PETERSBURG, March Ninety persons, mostly women and children, were trampled or burned to death and forty others were in- jured in a fire that destroyed a moving picture theatre at Bologoo, yesterday. News of the disaster just reached here today. Over 500 persons were in the building when the fire started and a wild j panic ensued in whiqh the utmost cowardice and brutality was shown the stronger ones in trying to escape. REVIEWS OF SESSION FROM THREE LEADERS )CEAN LINERS WILL TRAVERSE GREAT LAKES IF TOWNSEND PLAN CARRIEa By Rep. Swagar Sherley, of to this administration measure was Democratic Leader. j so strong that it fused into a common (Copyright 1911 by fnited Piess As-, camp the widol> separated winpa of (the republicans m the house, prog res WASHINGTON, March i from and hide bound regu- the notable political feature of the' lars from Pennsylvania session just clo-sed has been the con-j Meanwhile theie eloped the re- ttnual widening of the breach between markable situation ef d democratic the regulars and the progiessues a-1 minority in the house standing almost mong the republicans, coupled with unanimously for this though the sharp break between the executive i as a republican measure by and members of both factions whore- j a republican president by he has been left practically alone, I In the senate the closing hours era- m support of those measures which j ihe need of a reform in the he desired to put through as his own procedure there Evidently a rules party legislation similar to that re- Since the beginning of the formed the liont-e last year, would there has been a continual conflict of a good effect While it has been interest between the leaders of the! the constant cry m the house rhat the republican majority in the house, and individual member is hampered and the White House Mhich has giadually j unable to exercise his rights, the fact spread throughout the whole repub I that in the a single individual lican organization j can indefinitely and dictate This was particularly illustrated m, legislation shows a still more crying the situation that .developed with re-j need for reform. gard to President Taft's Canadian re i ciprocity agreement The (Continued on Page Two CT LIKELY STILL HE LIVES CLEVELAND, 0, March 6. One man is believed to be dead, six are fatally isjui-ed -and 20 otheis badi> hint ainhe result of a fire that de- Btrojed a thiee-story apartment house occupied largely by Gieek and othei foreign families at an early hour thie rooming. The flames spread so rap- Jdlj that over 50 of the occupants forced to leap from windows in their nigM clothing and it was in this manner that nearly all the injured hurt. THINK TWO LIVES LOST MINNEAPOLIS, March of the most disastrous fires this city has ever known, destroyed the Syndicate block on Nicollet avenue, between Bin and 6th streets. The loss !s estimated at and it is possible that two lives were lost, although this.has not been definitely Twelve persons were rescued from the upper stonex of the building. Borne of these sustained slight in- juries. The origin of the fire is un- known. A strong southwest wind was blow- ing and in a few minutes the west half of the building was ablaze. The entire flre department of Minneapolis was called out, but it was inadequate 1-ater, a call was sent to 9t Paul for fcelp, and this was immediately fur- Dished On the second floor were Mrs M Buck and Miss E Buck, proprietors of a lunch room. Mr and -Mrs. Charles Franson, Iiiga Fransou Miss Merile Downeud and Miss Marie Heller on the third flooi Cu the fifth floor, Mrs Mary Holllster and Miss Treler were hemmed in by flames The memljpis of the Kranson fam- ilj made for the fire escape on the allev side of the building Elmer Franson leaped to the fiie escape through a blast of flame that was being-driven paat Hold- ing to the hot of the ladder, he then aided his mother to climb through the window and step upon platform beside him As soon as her hands touched the rails, Franson utteied a shriek and would have fallen to the ground had not Freman Caldwell leaped to her lescue from a ladder perched a- gainst an adjoining building Cald- well made a leap fully ten feet and took a chance of falling to the pave- ment, fritj feet helou. if he missed the fire He assisted her to the ground while Elmer Fianson followed, shouting 'There are back there in the flames 1 saw them fall" The fiiemen made effort to break in- to the building at this place but the heat was too great. SUPPOSED SUICIDE, M'DONALD IN CHINA Belief Is He Will Help Himself to Democratic Policies in Message BALLINGER'S IMPEACHMENT Plans Said To Be Well Under Way For Sensational Proceedings SAN FRAXCISCO, Maich tho arrival here today of the British cruiser Kent, officers on boaid declare j that Gen. Sir Hecter McDonald of the British army who was supposed to havo rcmmitted suicide in Paris in j MQ3 had been seen Vn them in the in- i ferlor of China drilling the Chinese1 arrm McDonald hari just one great fame in India when h? was suddenly recalled (o answer charges of a pprsonal nature He stopped off in Pans iin.l was there reported to have shof himself Officers on the Kent who now to have seen him in, China declare could not be mis- taken as to his identity. WASHINGTON, D C, March 6 That President Taft will help himself to democratic doctrines and, in his message to congiess at the opening of the special session, April 4, advocate tariff revision and other reforms, is considered probable. In fact, his mes- sage may be the republican national platform of nest >ear This is but one of the probabilities .beijig discussed today. Another is that the -democrats may attempt the impeachment of Secretaiy of the In- terior Ballinger. It is known positively that the ad- visability of bringing impeachment proceedings is being seriously dis- cussed by the democratic leaders. The plans are being developed in secret and, It is stated, that an impeach- ment resolution is practically assured. The resolution will cite the charges under which the impeachment is brought and its adoption by the house will bring Secretarj Ballinger before the senate for trial. Under the constitutional provisions and -statute laws governing the im- peachment of anv government er cab- inet official the initiative is taken in the house, the house bungs the proceedings the prosecution of the trial is mandatory upon the senate In accoi dance with the plans so far arranged Secretary Ballinger first will be given a chance to resign If he maintains the attitude assumed with the very beginning of 'the so-called Ballmger-Pmchot the secretary will refuse to quit under fiie The trial, once started, will be one of the most sensational in the history the government. It will mean a review, undei far moie dramatic cir- cumstances, of all the evidence brought out during the recent con- gressional investigation On both the republican and demo- cratic sides there will be new leaders in the senate Aldnch and Hale must be replaced the republicans Bailey has been gieatlj weakened among the democrats When the governor of his state declined to accept his sen- sational resignation, Bailej withdrew it Senator Pomerene, of Ohio, de- clares himself with the piogresshes and will not align himself with Bailej Senator Owen entertained Senator and Mis. Pomerene at dinner Owen's state for Arizona statehood, which blocked both New Mexico and a on both, has made him a powei to be reckoned with. Prominent senators and even the himself went to Owen, pleading for him to desist but he would not ghe up A message came from the pi esi- dent of the United States, then in the marble room of the capitol, offering that if Senator Owen would come to the president, a sincere effoit would be made fo reach an adjustment on the Arizona matter. Owen shook his head He refused even to meet the piesident His black eyes snapped as to the messengei from Mr. Taft he said- "Arizona must come in jointly with New Mexico and her 'jeferendura and rerall' constitution approved at (Continued on Page Five) E 10 STATE ZION' CITY, III.. March Alexander Dowie's Zion City, now con- trolled by Wilbur Glenn Volhia, is today under arms both for an armed Insurrection against the state of Illi- nois and also for an Internal civil war. Following the order of the state au- thorities that all Zionists must bei vrdnated the littar voted today to re-1 cist the order with armed lores. I 'SPAPERf Guards have been placed and at the approach of the state officials a bell will be rung and armed resistance, it ft declared, will be made. At the same time a faction opposed to the leadership of Volivia armed itself and Is threatening revolt. Arrange- ments have accordingly been made for calling out Volivla's followers to make armed resistance against them should the insurrectionists sitrt at any time to fight. RICHMOND, Va., March Clarence Moles, 26, machinist, 19 j alive and comparatively well today although every day last week he 1 tried to kill himself, caqS time adopting a different method. Fol- lowing is the Moles' suicidal qhron- ology: Monday, gas; Tuesday, at- j I tempted drowning; Wednesday, j i threw himself in path of street car; Friday> tried i to choke himself with a stick; Sat- j 1 urday, attempted to butt his brains out in police station. On the I seventh day he rested. j FOUS'D DEAD IN HOTEL FREMONT, 0., March 6. Henry Renz, 54, wealthy unniarned Fremont- er, was found dead in his room in a hotel here. The cause of his death is unknown, but tile coroner is investi- gating It is said Renz lost money in bad Investments made in Honolulu, from which place he returned Friday. THE WEATHER Forecast Unsettled weather tonight and Tuesday Not tnucn change in temperature. fempetature at 7 a m. 3J de- Temperature one year ago 51 I Sun Tuesriav a! 5 "it> a in. and seu at i i9 p. m (standard time i Maximum wind for 24 hours ending at noon 15 DirGCtOPS Eam GOOfJ P3V BV miles northeast at eleven o'clock Holding Frequent Sessions to Consider Cases. CHICAGO CHEERS HIM AS RETURNING HERO; DOWN-STATERS DEMAND LORIMER RESIGN welcome him home on day, Senator William CHICAGO, March that divine providence saved his seat for him in the United States senate and that it was flttang his friends should the sabbath Lorimer re- turned to Chicago and was given a rousing reception by the thousands of his friends, nearly half of whom weie women and children. Senator Lorimer stepped from the tram accompanied by Elblidge Hancy, his counsel, and five detectives who went to Ft. Wayne, Ind to meet the ROCKPOKD, 111., March one at the largest mass meetings ever held in this city and attended by a scene Senator-elect Townsend, of Michi- gan, introduced a resolution in con- gress calling upon President Taft to enter into negotiations with the Ca- nadian, government with the end in view of increasing the size of the Welland canal so that ocean steam- ships can get through and travel the Great Lakes. Congressman Town- send is working with the president in his undertaking, the chief execu- tive believing that the time is oppor- tune for such a project. He believes that direct navigation between the in- land seas and the Atlantic coast would be a great boon to argirulture am manufacturing; both this country and the dominion. While no detailed plans have been made, It is estimate! the cost of the project would be in the millions It would make lake ports including Sandusky, practically perts. sea of enthusiasm, rivaling those of past ICAIUnilCIf V UfflMAlU II I political conventions, the resignations WOMAN ILL IN TOLEDO HOSPITAL of Senators William B. Lorimer aud Shelby M. CuUom from the United States senate were demanded by near- ly citizens of Rockford and Wm- nebaao county. The demand for the immediate re- tirement of both Illinois senators was ,_________ formulated in stinging resolutions j OKV The attending surgeon, Dr Ord- Mra. Chas. J .Stoll, jr., of 1131 Mc- Donough 'street, was taken seriously ill while visiting her sister at Toledo, and underwent a serious operation at the East Side hospital, Toledo, Tues- train and to act as a body guard the' whlcl> were Passed "-S the final act of' stated to Mr. Stoll Sunday that rest of the journey and during the the meeting, and after the big crowd ;hfl was out of danger many celebration in Chicago. Seventy po- brought to white heat indig- fnends wish her a speedy recovery, licemen had all they could do to keep nation by the scoring of Lorimer. Cul- back the crowds at'the statioa. With lom and the members of the United Judge John R. Newcomer, Sheriff' States senate who voted for the reten- Strassheim and scores of other friends tion of Lorimer by a dozen speakers. In 250 decorated automobiles, Senator i It wai a meeting wnich went beyond Lorimer was conveyed to Garfleld' the plans of the citizens' committee park through a lane of thousands of which had arranged the event and men, women and children who waved which declined to be satisfied with tragert flnmnrg at the ami- any loss arttna thjn a demand fnr Hit, themselves LAUJfDHYMEJi MEET CINCINNATI, 0., March Ohio Laundrymen' Association began a two days' convention in tiis city to- day. Delegates are in attendance from all sections of the state. In addition to the laundrymen there are present representatives from every industry connected with the laundry business. EVERY DAY IS WASH DAY! IN BEILEFONT1E Here Is More Strong Argument For Thorough Investigation Of Project. CLAIMS ARE HELD UP BY PROSECUTOR HART Were Not Pioperly Itemized is Contention of planation May Be Asked, STREET LIGHTS ARE FREE Earnings Of Municipal Electric Plant Make It Self-Sus- taining, Netting Profit, Dispatches from Bcliefontaine fur- nish moro and strong aigtiment for those who aie insisting that at leaht a thorough of the ptoj- ect of establishing a muncipal lighting plant be made before any franchise is granted to TutTSandllsky Gas Elec- tnc Co. This evidence Is such that it cannot very well be ignored. Council- men are being asked to go slowly and not pass the franchise jjver the may- or's veto until it is knowu positivelj what a municipal plant would do. According to the BelMontaine dis- patches, the three public utility plants of that city are all on a self- sustaining basis. The gas. water ana electric light plants all are making their own waj, so that no levies are made for the support of either one. The water works showed earnings of without taking into account the public service rendered, such as supplying 169 fire hjdrants, water for all the school buildings, city plants and fountains. Also out of the earn- ings more than a mile of new mains were laid and S4 000 turned into the sinking fund. The cost of pumping water was 31 per gallons. The gas works One and a half miles of new maim; and 188 new services were put in. The sum of was turned into the sinking fund. The electric light plant receipts were which paid the cost of lighting the streets by 157 arc lights. Ightlng the public parks, alleys, fire stations and city buildings. It Is esti- mated that the free public service rendered would have cost the city All Western Railroads Submit to Rate Decision and Some File Schedules WASHINGTON, March ing a conference of railroad presidents with the inter-state commerce mm. mission announcement was made that every railroad in the west has submitted to the decision of the commission in refusing to grant a ten Eighteen special meetings were held by the board of infirmary directors in the month of Febru- ary, according to their statement of bills and expenses filed with the county commissioners Mon- day morning. In all but one of these special sessions, but ont case of help alleged to be needed was considered. An investigation may result. "Special meeting to accept carpenter on farm, in the entry of v.ismess taken up February 24, Specu; meeting to consider" the case of Jol.n Doe and stilt nhei special meetings each called for the sole purpose ot looking into the tase of some particular John Doe and "bcdv else are recorded. There were six days on which toe infirmary directors did not meet. Four of them were Sundays, and another Washington's birthday, a legal holi- daj, when could not have met if thev wanted to. For some unexplained i eason, did not come together on February 23 For attending these meetings, each of the iutirmarj directors received 50 a day. and expenses to and fro. In explanation of the calling of so many meetings, it is claimed that some of the sessions were not really meetings, but represented the of the directors in looking up indigent cases. Why it took three of di- rectors to look up one little case, aid why the meetings were not bunched together, has not been explained. For thelrtservices to the county in January, the infirmary re- ceived nearly apiece, the large amounts being due somewBftt to the fact that the deadlock over the elec- tion of a superintendent occurred dar- ing that month. They hare filed claims for a little more than each for work during the month of Feb- ruary. On the ground that these claims were not properly itomited, and that it was not stated that they .were for perma- nent relief, Prosecuting Attorney Henry Hart Monday morning refined to approve them. The same mistakes In drawing up tlwir monthly reports was made by tbe director! IB JUMI- ary, and their attention waa called the same defects at that time. A new and correctly Itemized statement will have to be made. ASTIWFATALI1Y Former Sugar Trust Official Is Dying; Others Have An- swefed-Sufflmonsr- NEW YORK, March 6. The an- nouncement today that Gustav E. Kis- per cent increase in freight rates, in I sel, formerly secret financial agent for addition several of the roads died new the Sugar trust, is in a dying condi- tartff schedules killing all of the ob-' tion at the Presbyterian hospital, has jectionable and higher rates that they ngJ'n emphasized the peculiar fate had been trying to get the conimlbsuii that appeals to have hung over the to grant. The vctory over the rail- head of all the sugar trust officials oads is one of the most sweeping the I since the original sugar trust scandal people have ever won. leaked out. The list of victims since then include H. 0. the trust founder, who died suddenly he learned the federal officials were investigating the trust; Georgo ROME, March Vincenzo Paterno, who will have to stand trial for the murder of Princess Trigona for the past twenty-four hours. The attending physicians give it as their opinion however, that he is simulat- ing insanity. di Santi Ella, has been acting strange- P Graham and Frank Hippie, who killed themsehes. and H. K. roy, F Osborne Michael Cordita and Nathan Guilfoid. all officials tt the tiust who have since died. The complete statistics for Ohio, ;ivmg the population of all sub-dnis- ions as shown in the rr nsus iPtnrns in liin. lioo and been aj the census bureau at In Kne in otlwis, nost of ihe tounships show n falhns [T in population Perkins township, which K clo'-c to Sandusky. is an having made a gam of nfdrly in the last ten vears Florence made a ?lishf sain over 1101 but is ..till beloiv the fieupcs foi 1S90 Grot- on Huron. Island. Marsaret- ta. Milan Vermilion townships, outride or -villages, show losses, while Oxford made a gain of eleven, but is b.hind. count Heif are the final and detailed fig- ures for Erie rountv and its sub- divisions might well be clipped out and for reference: Berlin township including Berlin Heights Purlin Heights Village Florenc0 township Groton towrship Huron township, including Huron viilase Huron Kelleys Island township, coextensive with Kelleys lind Kel'eis Island village V.irgarptta township Milan township, inc'uding Milan village Milan village Oxford township Perkins township Poittond township, coextensive with Sandusky city Sanduslty city: Ward 1 ___.-.................................. Ward 2 T, Ward 4 Vtrmllinn township, including Vermilion village Vermilion village Erie County ;

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