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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               "fc. WELL! WELL! THIS IS JUST WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS AND HAS BEEN WAITING THE STAR-JOURNAL THURSDAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 144 THE LAST STAND CAN HE "COME SUREI Claim Made That Law En- forcement Would Have Pre- vented Great Holocaust Maich last of a fieice asamst c uulizdtioi vva fought at the IJ todiv between Gieat 1 UP father inci Chief Ken ud ot the Hop Iidnns of I ikeoma d Red th pres idem to I'irait his tube to live mst is the r foietatieis did with out compulsoiv education bv In tie Sun Otheis in omd s tribe Mint clviluation The pres idt nt uld the chwf he would have to GREAT CROWDS ATTEND FUNERALS OF VICTIMS Disclosures Snow That There Were Numerous Traps For Panic-Stricken Girls NEW YORK March Ing that if present laws had been lived up to the 142 employes of the Triangle Waist factory would not have been burned to death, all union labor in New York is arranging for a gigantic demon Etration of protest On the day of Ijhe funeral of many of the vic- tims, either Thursday or Friday, every union man and v-oman in New York that can will quit work and follow tre hearses to the cemetery Afterward a mass meeting will be held at which de mands for safe factories will be made Winters Unable To Secure Right of Way Ahead of "Wet" Cities Measure OPPOSITION IS STRONGER Adverse Vote On Fulton Bil Wednesday May Mean De- feat Oi Remodeling, COLTjMBLS O March sentative started a movement yosterdav to have the Fulton bill tlieie aie still 20 unidentified amending the counts option law Met us ot Satin dm s tie -is tnesi aie nothing hut eha led iPinams it i which is a special oidei for 1 4o p m tomorrow give way to his utilities bill which is down for n. special order ui likeh that moie than twojiLthiee of them will vet be identified I for 2 p m on the ground tliat the Inci- vveie ST funerals of Mrtimb result of th-> vote on the Fulton bill todav rive gnls whose bodies were might have a deterrent effect on the c "ned iplatupb but who wcie -46 j-fHxa to pa the funeial expence.j wci" buiied tiom headqtnrteis of th" ladles Viii't md Dressmal ers 11 on So s eat v as the number at te n'in? thrsi t me that the police u-.nvej had t> If ca'led oi t to make wa> foi t le indices 1 c levelations at t' hpanng con dm ed bj rue Maioluil Beero are mo ng abtoumhne; H v shown that Ihe poor girls in ibot u lie in-.li to the fianes found tiap> it iveiv tmn It seemed tihat the of tlie locns is a fan 710 no en j-i-nri il ba It to bdck a tllei ir hracs vrhan the panic start ed iiaric.v aisles he 1 i ta ci dirs and the girln weiL in ron fu ion befo e the even started fo doois Then thpie was the scare tl oi t ln irwaid doors and the death tiau flie escapes Beers eaid fire starlpd it 4 40 o lo-l Sami el 11 tie sum intend n foi the T langlc co npins and a bos utilities bill hut the fi tends of the Fulton bill would not heir to it Thev will insist on the bills being tiken up dnd disposed of m their order on the calendar Prominent temperance workers from all over the state will be in Co- lumbus tonight to take part in the heanng on the lulton cltj option bill Among those announced to speak agnnst the bill aie I Knox Mont- gomcij piesiilent of the Mnokingum Plot ison umveisitv tor the I Ohio J Johnson of Den- T C I aylm master grange Hurst ex Sena of New Philadelpnid Representative Sbdnkland of illoughbv John Mno o! Cambridge N B Wilson of Bowling Green T B Lanham of Judge Bowers of Upper San- du-skj I L Dugan of Pomeiov and ludge Ribeits of Jefferson Leaders of both sides admit private !y that the outcome is uncertain insist that they will put the Fulton bill thio gh while drys de clare thit it vill fail Neither crowd MV NEW SPRING- I U WEAR THE WEATHER I-oiecast I WPahei vvith proMbh --now flurries to nUht oi ednevd u rempenture a a m 21 de gur- remieiatnu one vtar aeo desiK sun div At a m ind s ts at j 32 p (bfindard lime t Miximum wild vtlocitv for 24 hour piunng it n on to 11 t, mile-, i 12 I) Hie div m nil c Sandusky Factories And Public Buildings Comply With Laws As To Safety HAVE FIRE ESCAPES: DOORS OPEN OUTWARD tnej to put it oit with otlhas "sues If the wets have con ML "r but it [01 o h T nin elled a member who -voter! ute md d 1 e idim no tno h there is no sui I Here Are Reasons Why Legis- lature Is Held To Be Leg- ally Meeting. tinned m foi five minutes While Beinstcn vns Ijhtmg the fiie Ed wird Blown t'n nnchin si vvis tis to lh" Is in line tj nnuh ficp md it on of the fact Drvs aie chaipmi; that some officials v orl ing for the Dean Fulton bill i sins the Harmon pres dentnl boon preme court today gave out the fol- Special To The Star Journal COLUMBLS 0 March The sn AKRON 0, Maich A E Ames s'ood in the kitchen of 5 her home here and saw a bolt of lightiung come down a chimney dart from the top of a room and cut a chair m two Then she coj- Hpsed f I-P lightning struck tne top of the house and ataited a fire tint was, extinguished bi the hea ram falling at the time which the constitution plices upon the exercise of that power are valid Davis Price Johnson and Dona hue J J concur The supreme court todav dismissed the Cleveland case raising the Remarkable Drop in Tempera' ture While Wind Attained 40-Mile Velocity. Mild w eather ram nmg coldei weather tlmndet light n nprc-lo to fellow democrats m the lowing sjllabus of its opinion in the girls PI seized will panic fei] m h ms these stools and the ole c aming ctiug gling mass foi T n mute ir thit tangled eonditin There weie square feet oi spife on this floor where 700 N el if thev had been mar tied to Cie flmw flre escape i! would hive takan three honis foi them to uid lo the facet At the he-Jim? the -ovvnei of the building Joseph h >f Scutli Nor walk Ct md both tie p-i in the Tiiangi" d ijldnck and ISTIP HTHS we c i' 01 fie Btand The btte i mitterl theic hid nevei been flie diilli in then es tahlishraent There is little chance tnat amend Passion of the intention of tho nents will be mtle to tho bill whose intention is entitled to control the vote Prd.ct eallv the only ones s wnld its constitution express pro sions of tlu conotitution of the state establish such to TO to thc fo, cm bezzlement ahts and will he opposed bi both hetwecn the election of state wets dnd dns The ho ise will L1'e wuveimiB uf Uiu Keu- take up the hill befoie 2 o clock Wed erl1 thdtxsince the seven- it is piobdblc that debate teenth hv, will be so limited that in less than an changed the date of the e I the vote will have been recorded of the oclj and the ut.lit es commission >eirs to the same month hill tiken up njiumission Qf {lie elen ,c ,s the pro- C. 0., Pennsy, N. W. and Others To Be Prosecuted By Government. morning at 2 o clock was, about the recorded at the local weathei bureau this month Between those hours the wind o-veiaged on five minute lecords a velontv of from 24 to Ifi miles an hour but there was an extreme velocity for shorter periods of 40 miles an hour The to tal snowfall was OG of an inch The indications are for fmther tin settled weather for two divs, Snow flurries are piedicted for Tnesdas night and Wednesdav The w father i map shows fair weather m the west! but it is a good two dais awav Tortunatelv hut little danger was nenenced in mar nc cncles i re suit of the blow of Mondav The cteamei Arrow making her dailv trip wants to Hear Committee of Twelve From Each Town- ship and Village. Snail Loss Of Life A Constant Menace, However, Because Lack of Equipment, That there are no conditions ex- isting m Sandusky which would permit even a near approach to the DATES SET FOR HEARINGS.' Nev- York holocaust of Saturday _____________ in which 142 persons mostly l working girls were caught in a tttort tO 06 Made tO Get At I fire and_penshed is Vieopin. Moie Just Valuations of Propeity, ion of Fire Chief Hegemer There is however danger of a few hvel being lost m buildings other than factories simply because the fire department is not properly equipped with extension ladden, life nets etc Our are in good shape Setting dates when propeitv owner, from each township and village in the countv can expiess themselves on the (said Chief Hesemer The only fa- subject of real estate valuation- the ton we have where manv are em- countv boird ot equalization at its picved and whc.e theie ts lint and meetmc morning began tbe'othpi ao-umulations such as existed ,teps foi consider m the New lo.k factoij is the JacK initial ation of-the tav problem Each of the boards of township trustees will be asked to choo c son undCTsvear plant Tnis building is equipped with fire escapes doors openms outward et so that ail Uvehe propertv owners good easilj escape The Hmde of real estate values to represent their Danch plant is flie proof and the tna- respective districts at the hearings teiial handled is not inghh mflam- !n order to secure the best resulta mable and to be just to evenbodv m Onlv last week a depub state m- townships three of the twelve was, heie and with Assistant chosen are to come from Chief Rotzinger inspected factoiy each of the four sections of the town ships Councils of the various villages of the countv are requested to select twelve persons to appear before the countv board of equalization and gi e their opinions on land values The first of the hearings will take place Wednesday morning at the couit house when Groton townships rep resentaties will occupy the center ol the stage It 15 not generalh understood that the board of equalization at these meetings will consider only the sub ject of a horizontal Increase or reduc tion from the values placed bv it, sev eial months ago -when sitting as a board of review In other words each township and village will be viewed as a whole and changes in the last esti mates if anv made accordingly The matter of specific increases and re ductions in Individual cases will come up before the same members sitting as a board of revision com- mencing May first It is announced that the trustees of the townships and the councils of the villages will be allowed to attend the hearmgg m which thev are inter ested However the presence of other propertv holders than those chosen by the councils and tiustees. is not desired Anvbodv that comes to these heir ings for the sole purpose of boosting the interests of his constituents will be ehen little consideration Odid one of the membeis of the board Tnesdav morning hat we want is sood re liable information as to real estate The dates of the hearings (Continued on Page Five) and public buildings including churches In all cases it was found that the doors open outward as re quired and there are proper flie escapes Our chief danger would be in case of fires m buildings other than fac- ID certain rooms for instance, on third or fouith floors persons might be cut off from escape TVe have no p-oper ladders or life nets, and there would be little cnance to rescue people so trapped I am satis- fled eierthing possible is being done to complj with the laws but great 1} need better department equipment" Danger In Cleveland. ELAND O March 28 Cleveland is in danger anj daj of witnessing just such a holocaust as occurred m New York Saturdav said Fire Chief today It might take place in anj of the large down- town buildings Chief savs that the flre de- partment heads are doln-e all in their power to remedj conditions "The New YoiK flre will not cause a change he said We have been improved conditions for vears and will ontmue to do so The New loik fl e maj lesul' in our efforts re- ceiving more attention however An investigation of safeguaids from flie in local factoiies is urged bv Him D Thomas secretary of the Cleveland Federation of Labor m let- ters sent todaj to Chief Wallace State Factorv Inspector I niack and Bmldini; Inspector Minan as a result of Saturdav b holocaist Worried roIlMBIS 0 Marth 2S _ ant tire thief Daniels todav that a catastrophe similai to that of he New ioik shirt waist factorv flre was possillp m Columbus at anj tune hile the Columbus buildings aie not so msh as those in which fac- toups aio located in New York he called atten'ion to manv as high a-, Atones m winch manv employes iie IHnned without flie escapes on the outside and onlv one for in ind where he said the result Mexican Chrnge Wa; Made Only As Last It Is KILLED IN BATTLE STEIPPED OF CLOTHING AND ARMS PREDICTS PEACE SAN ANTON'O 23 Peace 'n Me" co poc ten and if nc1 v f i days was the nred -n o j-y cf Francisco Madero sr fati T of the provisioral presic! n of ico, wvo is h-rc to v tr the latter He announced that Mexico has opened peace riejoua lions W WHINGTON D C Marcn There is no demms the fac t at the Mexican "itu-Hion is r i oh mo e e- [ous than has been lepor d 11 tH la 11 tcvv oavs Sec- t hfoi 01 b ic ed vvis laid c tv" l-ct tofla Tl is info n t f l iiibmittcd to FSI PI T lean cabinet gr it s si made onlv a a last re o i t tme been IOT late It co id tin bid that President Tu trnops to the borrie it Ih-se condit ons f that the adnimistra 10" is to keep them there leld a long confercice nth th" pre'i lent on the question bow long the ffoops were to irmaii on the border Klnle the president hopes that the (Continued on Page 5) The above i< a picture of part of the at Oeno Prnto Vex in which a number of the rebels were Killed Before Icavin? theli dead the revolutionists took their wt i, and some of their clothes so thev would fall into tlie hands ot the federal Ihcir holding4; until the tni'-t cnn rollod thp roil Probecu tions are to follow at once A a, of Mon then' (Continued on Page tip mdn s TOl 0 Mmh -_ Condi- LIVELY CONTEST FOR GOOD CHAIRMANSHIPS TO Sppml to Tho si ir Journal W V D. U Manh  sinking and sav he cannot long survive Johnson s son Lofun his chaufmr, Fuller and his talet itejrtd it Ms bedside last nlrht Thli I> first "night that i triple watch bu Tht Johnson nutomobile stood in front of tin hnu-e ill night wlU Fuller u> spud at a monnBt'S notue foi tlu attending phynicltB wt the merabeu of tbe Uullf, ,lv l SPAPER!   

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