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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               POSSIBLY MARCH IS GOING OUT LIKE A LAMB, BUT WHAT HAS THAT TO DO WITH THE QUESTION OF ELIMINATING GRADE CROSSINGS? THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-EOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 147 ILL BANKS TO tl I Former Assistant Attorney General Retained To Pre- vent Alleged Combine. CONGRESSIONAL ACT A POSSIBLE REMEDY Morgan-Standard Oil-Kuehn- Loeb Interests Take Over Equitable Trust Co, NEW March lowing the purchases yesterday of the Equitable Trust company and, a few days ago, of tjhe National Bank of Commerce by the Morgan, Standard OH and Kuehn-Loeb In- terests, it is today asserted more strongly than ever in Wall street that these are merely two steps In the plans of the above interests to gain control of the Aldrich Cen- tral Bank which It is expected congress will authorize. The small bank: in the city are be- ing bought up under the pretext of a desire to prevent such scandals as forced the Carnegie Trust Co.. the Northern and the Washington ban! out of business, but no one in flnancia circles here is giving the purchasers credit for anv such motives. believed that nothing but prompt federal action can prevent the big Interests., forming a trust of the nation's finances and the smaller banks have already retained former Assirtant United States Attorney Gen- eral Eeck to start the fight for them. SWORN OFF BENCH IN THE COX CASE FARMERS PLAN FIGHT ON RECIPROCITY BILL STRIKES AT TRUST WASHINGTON. March par- chasing structural steel in the future, t'je niw> department Tvill ircquire that affidavits be furnished by each con- cert of which the steel Is purchased to the effect that the not en- gaged to any attempt to restrain trade and that It has not entered into any of combination with one or more other manufacturing companies In an effort to monopolize trade. GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCOUTS ARBITRATION BERLIN, March the proposed extension of international arbitration in the reichstag, Chancel- lor Von Bethmann-Hollweg classed universal arbitration and universal disarmament as ideals impossible of realization. "The nations, including said the chancellor, "have been talk- ing disarmament since the first Hague conference, but neither n Germany or elsewhere has a practical plan been proposed. Great Britain wishes the limitation of armaments, but simul- taneously wants a superior or equal fleet. Any conference on this sub- ject Is bound to be fruitless. No stan- dard for a limitation can be found, and any conceivable proposal would on the question of con- trol." Circuit Court Decision Pre> vents Judge Gorman From Hearing Perjury Case. BOSS HAS GAINED POINT Appeal To Supreme Court Too Late As Gorman's Term Expires CINCINNATI, 0., March a result of the decision of the circuit judges that Judge Gorman can be sworn off the bench for alleged bias in the Boss Cox perjury case, it to- day became apparent that Cox will be tried by one of his own judges. Gor- man Is the only one of the nine judges who was not elected by Oox's politi- cal machine and the case will now go I before one of the eisht who Judges T. A Jones of Jackson, 0 and Festus Walters of Ctrcleville, 0., in a majority decision sustained the mandamus proceeding against Judge Charles Hunt of the circuit court, or1 dering him Jo rule on the affidavit i filed Ijy Cox's attorneys charging bias lamd prejudice against Judge Goiman, Cox was today reminded on the charge of perjuny. Prosecutor Hunt filed with the new indictment re- quests for a change of venue in order to get the case tried by judges other than those elected by the Cox ma- chdne. SPEED RECORDS BROKEN PARIS, March aeroplane speed records were broden today when Pierre Verdine in a Morane monoplane, flew 206 miles in two hours and 15 minutes. IN LONELY PLACE Farm Hand Who Took Her for a Ride Found In Barn and Arrested OOLUM'BUS, 0., March 31. Elsie Hentfroro. a 13-year-old1 school girl of Pataakala, Licking county, was found at the foot of a lonely hill sev- eral miles from the school house where she was a pupil. A bullet hole in her head and many bruises on tbe body indicated clearly that she had1 been murdwed while on her way Home body was found ty Saimrel Frazel. a farmer, living near the scene of the crime. A few hours later he found In hla barn a hcrse and that had evidently in haste In the bug- gy was a blood-stained sack. Shortly before school was dismissed man said to be Dawn Moreland. 30, a {arm hrad. employed by Frazel. call-   later found tn the hay lott of barn, evidently In a drunken ctapor. He was placed under guard aVd me taken to Nevark and placed In jail, where he will be held pending fnveatlfatlon by county anthorUieB. prisoner ptofesevs to he ignorant ef toy facts concerted with the Mwrtancl and the jlrl are said to hart UNCLE JOE A PRIVATE I Hampshire, and Professor T. C At- kinson of the Fniversitj of West Vir- I ginia. The officers of the Fai nters' Un- ion will arrhe tomorrow from the j southern states and a conference will be held between them and Jones, I Bptcheler and who lepiesent 1 thi> National Orange. After the confeie-ice the members of the joint committee will call on Pres- ident Taft to foinulh protest against the te.-ms of the Canadian reciprocity treaty m the name of the faimers of the United States At the conference a plan will be STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, i worked out of amusing farmers of Munsev Building !the to active efforts against WASHTNTTDV n f Mirrh "i" 'the leciprocity agreement. WAhHI.NOION, D L, Maich Arrangements will be made to have A plan to orgimze between ten and congress at the lieglnmng of the ex- twenty million faimers into a militant tra session bombarded bj hundreds of army of opposition to President Taffs thousands of rt.-.ts tioni farn- a- SOUTHERN TRAIN WRECK CAUSES THE DEATH OF MANY PERSONS Special to The WASHINGTON, March Former Speaker Cannon today gave a statement to the Star- Journal correspondent renouncing all claims to party leadership in the house. Me fight as an humble private in the ranks, he said, dames R. Mann of Chicago probably will be elected leader. Canadian reciprocity treaty is about to' be latmch-'d in this citj gainst the Canadian treaty These it is planned, will come from individual farmers and from local lodg- 4 Grange, with its membership in the northern and webtern states, into all of the southein couon-growing states, and thus practicallv unite the organized farmers of the country in a hostile movement against the treaty. all over the country. The joint com- mittee repiesenting the two great farmers' alro will anange for hearings at a late da'e hefcre the and means committee of the house and the finance committee of the Batchetei, former governor of HT New I (.Continued on Paste S) Bearer Of Peace Proposal May Have Been Captured, Leav- ing Madero Ignorant. FAILED 10 ELECT EL PASO, March today be- came known that the man who is car- rying peace proposals to Provisional President Madero of Mexico and from' whom a reply is expected this week that will decide the fate of the Insur-, rection, is Draulio Hermandez, a near, relative of Madero and provisional secretary of Chihuahua state. How- Various Suggested Combina- tions Of Insurgents, Demo- crats and Republicans Unavailing. CHAUNCEY STILL JOKES WASHINGTON, SVhat can you tell us about the Albany an interviewer secreary o uaua sae. ow- ever, no -word has -been heart from aslted ex-Senator Depew of New Hermandez since he left here secret- York, today "What eftect do you fLrldVXsTe'n I federals Unless he actually reach- republicans from their caucus vote ed Madero the latter is still Ignorant for you "Why, goodness me, haven't you the of the proposed peace propositon. Francisco De La Barra, the new minister of foreign affairs, admitted at San Antonio that peace overtures Two houns after ll Sot there the will be made to the rebels and sweep- capital was on fire ing reforms will be instituted. Barra will arrive in Mexico City Sat- urday morning. Congress will meet ALBANY v v Marr-vi still on the same day. De La Barra said: fll March 31-stm "Mexico desires peace. I am sure there ls no 'or United States steps will be taken within the next senator. Efforts of the democrats to ten days to bring tins about. I am "get together" todaj have thus far not ready to go into details, for I am failed. The insurgents have named not fully informed myself. The plans eleven men who would be acceptable will be fully discussed at the meeting but Charles F Murphy has refused to of the cabinet which will be held when accept anj of trem. I reach Mexico City I think It can when the prospects of electing a safely be said that what will be done 8enator seemed to depend entirely up- will result m every man now in arms on how man insurgents woM ceasing hostilities within ten days." .a William Barnes, jr.. chair- At the maneuver camp matters have man of the republican state commit- settled down to routine. The first tee made public a letter advising the brigade, which has been in camp at republican legislative leaders to give Leon Springs, returned to the main "to the independent democratic mem- comp. An extended __ program hers the opportunity to flll New York's vacancy in the senate, hv ten- dering its unanimous support to a con- The Dixie Flyer, the fastest tiain on the Atlantic Coast Line, was wrecked recently near Oscillago, Georgia accident caused ti-e death of ten and fcnjur> of more than a tcore of passengers It was caused the train crashing through tne trestle over the Alapaha liver. An investi- gation has been started to fix the blame for the disaster. PAT ON TAX BILL COLUMBUS, O. March Wyman bill providing tor the election of United States senators b; the Ore- gon plan, which passed the house by a vote of 89 to 12, will probably be reported to the senate Monday evening and the question of its com- mitment there will come up on Tues- day and with it the fight as to whether it shall go to the committee on privileges and elections or not. It is that committee that has the first Stockwell bill and will it. The vote in the house was over- Gebhardt was afraid a member ol one party might be forced to vote for a senator of the opposition party. He wanted direct election of senators, he said, but the Oregon plan practically was untried. He would prefer thai the senate at Washington be abol- ished entirely. Those voting against the bill were: Colter. Davidson, Jones, Lamb, Meln- hardt, Morris, Reid, Riddle, Spiegel whelmmgly for the bill. Of those op- posed, all were republicans except the three members from Montgomery county, the home of Edward W. Han and Wilber, republicans; Donson, not report Gebhardt and Roth, democrats. All other representatives voted "aye" ex- cept the following absentees. Alex ander, Baeschler, of Ctiyahoga, not ready to go into details, for I am failed. The insurgents have named 'ey, recent senatorial candidate Gob hardt, one of the Dayton members, made the onlv speech the bill. He followed the line c Senator Ce- tone, Dayton member of the upper branch. There is a chance for the bill to pass the senate, if It can be put on was carried out. The artillery regi- fnr Leo: Between Cox and a trial in Judge Gorman's court are these obstacles Judge Hunt's decision on tbe bias and prejudice affidavit against Judge Gorman. A ruling on a motion by COT'S at- torneys to quash tbe indictment. Action on a plea of abatement and a demurrer to the indictment which can still be filed. These legal technicalities cannot i be brushed out of the way in time as Judge Gorman retires fiom the crim- inal branch of the common pleas court Saturday. While the result reached by Judges Jones and Walters was the same the judges arrived at con-lusions through different routes, ond each Died statements on which thei based their findings Judge E. D Sayre of Athens. 0. the cither member of the court hearing the mamdamus pro- ceedings, dissected. He submitted a roinorib report in which h? upheld the contentions of Prosecutor Henry T. Hunt that Judge Charts J. Hurt could not hear the prejudice proceed- ings Prosecutor Hur.t be would decision to the su-1 court of Ohio. The decision sets case back as i it was eleven days ago v. hen the prejudice and bias affidavit was filed i before Judge Hunt It is the opinion jof the aftornevs oppo-ed to Cox that the republican leader has accom- plished what he started out to do, namely, not to be tried by Judge Frank M Gorman The grand jury which has been in for almost two months will conclude its work in a final report. -Mrmday to up target practice, servative democrat Orders have been issued to equip Fort Houston with wireless telegraph sta- Mr. Barnes' letter supported the idea that gained rapidly that the democrats Hnno unH the wnrlr TinrloV rapidly uiai me democrats The8 tower.' will to communicate with vessels at sea and with the principal posts through- out the United States Battle Rumor Unconfirmed. NOGALES, Ariz, March 31 re- liable information caa be secured of the reported battle between San Rafael and Uiez In which 1.000 are le- ported Killed. A telegram received to- jdaj from American officia's sajs the battle was uoimportant Anothei re port, from Douglas Ariz declares eial killed which course the "independent" dem- ocrats choose to follow. THE WEATHER. SAX FRANCISCO, Match 31 qum Jliller, "poet of the has become reconciled to his af ter an enstrangement lasting ten years. His recent critical illness paved the way for the reunion Forecast- Unsettled tonight, Sat- uiday fair Temperature at 7 a m de- grces. Temperature one year ago to- Sun uses at a. m. and sets at 5 56 p m (Standard Time Maximum wind velocity for 24 bouts ending at noon today 28 miles noi thwest at 9 30 Thurs-   eventing. BIG DIVISION BAKERY MAKES TWENTY THOUSAND LOAVES OF BREAD DAILY POISOJf ICE CRtAM LORAIX, 0. March 31 Dairy and Food Inspector Dr. I. L. Faraeher said there Is ntomaine poisoning in in ice cream st. son of Fire Chief Essex, was taken ill after hav- eaten cream purchased at a local ice cream parlor. The inspector pavs all plants in the city will be examined and measures will be taken to insure cleanliness. KILLS SISTER AS BfROLAB PHILADELPHIA, March One Of toe Interesting features of the camp at San Antonio is the big division bakery which is being tested for tbe Urnt time during the war maneuvars. It is in charge of Captain Lucius Holbrook, of the Fifth cav- ander Kerr, 18, early today shot and lain'. The bakery has two departme nts. In one the fiom is kneaded into killed his 16-year-old sister when It dough and In the other it is baked, ft takes twenty minutes to bake a was supposed that a burglar In! loaf, so the bakings are at intervals of twenty minuter, and 20.000 two- the house. It was only when his I pound loavarean be turned out every The ovens we buOt of shest mother brought t light that the ideal-j iron and asbwtoe. They can be taken apart and packed Oat, to that tre tty ot victim wag discovered. j entire outfit goea into one wagon. the calendar by Stocknell, Of two bills presented one uas killed by re fusal to engross, and the other has been buried in committee since the first week of the session two exceptions, senate republicans havi> been against the bill House repub- licans, refusing to plav politics, showed a big majority for the meas- ure. Senator Stockwell was the most (Continued on Page 6) TOWN WIPED OFF Ashland County's Blacksmith Prosecutor Sees Second Man Sent to Penitentiary. MAKES HARD FIGHT ON LAWYERS' TRUST New Trial Refused Today And Campbell Follows Banker Shelley To Cell MEDINA. O.. March mer Judge Robert M. Campbell, of was sentenced to two years at hard labor In the Ohio penitentiary today, on the charge of aiding E. F. Shelley, a banker of Loudenville in embezzling 000 from the est.-te of Paul Oliver, a wealthy imbecile, now deceased. Camnbell is the second man tried and convicted as a result of the ex- pose by "Blacksmith Prosecutor" George Frey, of the Ashland county "lawyers' trust." which he accused of looting Ashland county estates for years. Shelley and Campbell tried here on change of venue. Shel- ley was sentenced to five years the penitentiary. Before passing sentence Judge C. G. Washburn, of Blyria, over-ruled a motion for a new trial. Campbell had not been formally noti- fied to be present this morning hi! friends believed the motion was to be allowed and the adverse decision was a stunning blow Prosecutor Prey says he will con. tinue the fight against the lawyers. TAXATION VALUES Committees From Berlin And Oxford Townships Meet the Board At Court House Six Killed And Forty Injured in Collapsing .Buildings At "Gainesville MOBILE, Ala March 31 are dead and 40 injured as the result of pleased and interested spectator while I a cj clone that late yesterday com- There was a full attendance front Berlin and Oxford townships, at the court house Friday, at the conferen- ces with the county board of equali- zation, called to consider real values. The Oxford township fives were so interested in the matter that, after spending all day Thursday at the meeting, they came back again j Friday with new arguments. board is getting more information as to land values, and getting it fop nothing, than ever before in its his- tory. Berlin township was represented by Its trustees, John Bohm, William Unlihciser and Thomas Bellamy, ar.d "bTa committee consisting of J. William Douglas, F. J. Groves, U C. M.xers. Arthur Nichols, William Lowry, Samuel Hastings and Walter Taj lor Representatives from the bill was being passed Wyraan! pletely wiped the town of Gainesville' Florence townships wilt be heard Sat- quoted from many governors and lTni off the map Over 100 buildings were f urdaj morning ted States senators, democrats and i torn down, all of the victims being1______ republicans, in support of the meas hilled in collaosinK houses. ure Election in twenty minutes of a The cj clone cut a path of ;uin 200 democrat by a republican legislature! feet wide through the settlement in Oregon was contrasted with the Tho reports tell of tremendous prop-1 malodorous deadlock now on Inlertv damage. Fields were swept cliean j New York The plan is so fair that i of new and growing crops, forests i public opinion will enforce it, he said.! were leveled, while hundreds of farm t of Mahoning, republican, also spoke strongly for the bill. buildings wci" toru down by the, threshing wind.-------- CHILD KIDNAPED FROM MOTHER AT POINT OF GUNS RESTORED ON PAYMENT OF April Grand Jury And Circuit Court To Meet Here Mon- day Morning. With the convening of :he April grand jury, for the consideration of ALBVQl'ERQl E. March mother at the point of revolvers and two-jear-old son of A. T Rogers, son- thp kidnapers, refusing an ofter of m-law of the general counsel of the all her jewels not to take the child., Santa Fe, kidnaped Wednesday night. left Instead a letter demanding, the ernbeazlement charges against C. was returned today after the child's, and it M.IS depoM'ed as in- w. Shaw, and other offenses, the com- parents had paid the kidnapers strueteri as soon as it could be se- 000. The child was taken from its cured DEPOT IN CLEVELAND FOR ELECTRIC LINES Myron T. Herrirk if in New York Champlain close a deal for financing a project to! D II Huinham erect a UPW ing of the circuit court to this city, and the usual routine. Monday prom- ises to be a busy day at the court Whether Shaw will anpear before j the crand juo to face the two trim- script acainst him. is a matter 1 of riotibt According to latest ad- litccs, he was in a small town near I Pe'roit Friends say that he will on hand to look after his interests. i Ho'idsmen or the collection ageuf much af stake in the decision of tne srand Should it fail to plan architects has' Shaw, they will not be undel ri itMfteil fust the s'rat stuic-' an> obligation to 'come across" depot, hotel and office building in Ft.mriam pinna their com Cleveland Optionb have been secured proud" a IC-ston notel faoins on the misdemeanor cases on on the property sirle of the imbUc square "cripts will be considered by Such a depot has long ln-en wanted and a iwm smi.'m.-e one srand jurj The troubles of Xtc4 by the inter-urban lines, including the1 hotel, cornering on Superior fitaont of Milan and Harry Mmon, Lake Shore the present ac- i avenue and the squaie. to be used as, of A very will be given another alrtngt being worse than those I an office building Mason faces a larceny in smaller cities and towns A great arcade ftil'i entrances on wlveh he bound over from Sqnlr4 According to Cleveland advices ten-' rhamplain and S'tpcnor avenues, is Dietrich's court tathe plans for the gre-at structure. planned to carrj six car t-acks, con-! When the circuit court convenes, cjill for the utilization of the nertmg with the citv lines These i' will four caset to block lying between the Public square would sive insress and egre.-s to all. They state of Ohio oa and W. Third street and between Su- inter-urban cars entering the city, I relation of the Berlin perlor and Champlain avenues. The 'rath freight and To ins company against Phito A. realty value involved alone approxi-1 went of the arcade or car will be treasurer of the Huron Tillage mates 000.000, according to the last the inter-urban freight offces. I district, a mandamus proceeding quadrennial appraisal The site In- i Financing plans being pushed by error case of S._ H. Roavri eludes the Forest City house property, Herrlrk call for an issue of J2 000.000! William H. Goodrite. and I the old Higbee Co site. Stein's cafe i in bonds and the- sale of 55.5ilO.OOn of, cases of Arthur P. Gallagher and more than a dozen smaller pi-op- stork Much of the stock alreads has (John H. Nenscheler. and Sol (routing oo W. Third street awl btvu subscribed, I against tbe ol 1 V-S   

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