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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio "EVERY LITTLE MOVEMENT HAS A MEANING ALL ITS LIKEWISE EVERY THOUGHT OF MALICE BY SOME KNOCKING STORY'S sununu THE SANDU SKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 191 LAST EDITION TO PEOPLE IN Message Sent to Senate Today Urging Enactment Of Big Measures. PLACES BLAME FOR CENTRAL BOARD FARCE Demands Popular Election of Senators and No Party Em- blems in Local Elections, COLUMBUS, 0., April ernor Harmon is to fight for the enactment by the legislature of reforms promised in the last plat- form. He began by sending to the senate this morning a mes- sage setting forth his views. The message is mild in its language but is considered the fore-runner of more drastic action, if such ac- tion is necessary. In the message todaj the governor urges the passage of the Gietn bill for non-paitisan election of delegates to the state constitutional convention, the abolishment of emblems ficm ballots in loeal elections; the nomination of state officers bv direct primaries instead of by conventions, and direct election of United States pcnutors. The governor states that these are things that the people have a right to expe-'t at the hands of the present Icgislatuie The governor blames some demo- cratic as well as republican senators for the present situation. In a state- ment en the central board bill as passed by the senate he says: "I wish the people of the state to SAYS AUTHOR WAS DESERTED This is the the Dispatch sized up rction on the Winter's utilities bill- "Following the lean of the rcpuh- lican floor leauer. the democratic house, during moraine and afternoon, built stiong rein- forcements around the p.mv Wm- ters public utilities biM. The completely deserted the dcmo- cratic author ot" the bill to follow the minorily leaden1, Lawrence Lanpdon, and "the bill, when taken up for dual corsid- eration, had completely changed complexion." re- where to put the FfOiiMb'.Iity for the performinre in the Fer-ale on the central board bi'l. It is not a partisan measure in any lespect, but merely proudes for systematic and businesslike adminis- tration of the state institutions by a tingle bccly. The maintenance of the instHutio-3 involves tlrc largest of all cxpondituies of the public funds, and e affords the, most field for economy and betterment. The Mas prepared with grcdt care and the popular of was so strong that the last session did not dare to defeat it outiight. So the old trick was employed of emas- culating it so that it could not pos- eibly produce the results desired. To cave the plan from utter disci edit 1 vetoed it, announcing my intention to bring it up again at the present session, which I did. "The house passpd it promptly by a large vote, but in the senate the same eld tactics were again employed. With a few patriotic exceptions, the minor- ity members seem determined to de- feat every measure piaposed for the, m llls speecn He; improvement of the pesple's business said he took it as a matter of course1 lest the administration reevive credit, that the democrats would approve tin as if discredit could fall on an? but ireaty bill. Resolution Offered In Con- gress Today Calls For Probe By Ohioan. April a brief session today both houses congress adjourned until Monday. After they had succeeded in choking off ihe opposition and at the close o a four hours' political debate, the democrats- adoption of the new rules. The demo- crats claim that their greatest reform is in taking aaav from the speaker his nmver to appoint committees am to designate the chairman of eacu committee. The now rules provide for the election of committees anc their chairmen. The second reform is a return to the former democratic of per milling legislation on appropriation bills when that legislation tends to reduce the expenditures of the gov- ernment. The democratic rules continue calendar Wednesday and the unani- mous consent calendar, and seek to perfect the rule for the discharge of the committees. This latter rule, the democrats declare, effectively does away with the former practice ol stiffing' legislation in "Uncle .Toe" Cannon broke into the debate making his maiden speech ot the senate and he was applauded on both sides. He declared the new rales to be an endorsement of the best that had been worked out in the past. Speaker Clark in a statement de- dared it was by oversight that he failed to mention the Canadian re- fer the eiprocity treaty in his He! NUMBER 152 CLARK ON CANNON'S LOST THBONE, BEYAN, AND NOTABLES FIGURING IN DAY'S NEW! the real culprits, or the people b_ fooled as to who these are They rate the intelligence of Ohio very low in- deed. "Still their purpose to kill this measure by vicious amendments while pretending to favor it, must have fail- ed if by some means tl'py had not been able to gain confederates among the majority. Only a few were need- ed, but they secured and the poi- eon to he administered to the bill was compounded in secret concord and jointly applied. "Tho destruction of this measure Is nothing to me personally. If I j wished to escape great labor and re-1 i ought to be glad. But I cannot remain silent in faci3 of a public wrong. For behind the narrow partisanship stand arrayed selfish in- terests of all kinds. Some offices are to be abolished, and this is a most unusual outrage. Broader competi- tion in purclnses and closer inspec- tion of goods delivered seem to be un- welcome in certiin quarters. And the .proposal to require public supplies to re bongM from state institutions which produce them causes a wide disturbance which nobody can fail to understand." In the senate the progressives have been assured of good committee In being given places on the steering committee and the committee on committees. The demo- crats will also be Riven larger repre- sentation on committees An investigation ot the post office department was demanded in a reso- lution introduced in the house today committee of which Representative Ashbrook ot Ohio is niLiuu muouuceu in the house today n Is.to, Liner Princess Irene Struck Near Entrance To New York Bay In Fog. THE WEATHER Forecast Rain tonight, prob- ably tinning to snow, Fndar cold- er and fair. Temueramie at 7 a. de- grl one >ear ago to- Sun riwis Friday lit a in. ai'd sou at 6 Oi p. ni. (Standard Time I Maximum wind velociiv for 24 hjuis ending at noon i -day IS at Weunesdav afternoon. t IfOLLEJTEHAS Resolution Introduced Calling For Another Investigation of Bribery Charges, MORE EVIDENCE OF A' SLUSH FUND Anderson Preparing Bill For Appropriation for Sandusky NO CHANCE THIsTsESSION Congressman Hopes To Put It Through Early in Next Ses- sion. However, datena Bay. Mexico accordingly with- drew the latter concession from the United States but Japan was still in- TACOMA, April Gov. sistant on having the coaling station Savage of Nebraska, one of the anyway when Resident Taft ordered owners of a tract of land 25 miles "lout the troops as a warning to both long on Magdalena Bay, today de- countries. clared that the Japanese govern- According to a prominent Mexican- ment had endeavored to buy the land. He said the land was sold recently for but de- clared the Japanese government NEW YORK, April New York Sun in a dispatch today from its staff correspondent at El Paso declares it has established on leliable aubhoritjl the fact that the troops were ordered mobilized as a caution both to Mexico and Japan. Japan, it is asserted, told Mexico it would have to grant her a coaliag station on i American "Diaz found himself be- tween the upper and nether mill- j stones. He was impressed with the influx of Japanese into Mexico and' coast. Slow, insistent pressure was! brought on him to give Japan a coal- I ing station on Magdalena bay. On tho other side was the United States and the Monroe doctrine. "He temporized until knowledge of j STAR-JOURXAI. BUREAU, Slunsey Building. WASHINGTON', April man Anderson has not yet given up lope of securing, in the comparative- ly near future, a new federal building for Sandusky to replace the present" ancient structure with its discredit- able "tenement house Today Mr. Anderson was busy pre- paring a bill, which he will introduce n a few days, appropriating for a new Sandusky building. The bill contemplates the erection of a building on the present site to be used as a post office, customs house ind weather bureau station, with offi- ces for the internal revenue depart- ment in addition. It is well understood that no action -je taken on public building bills at cnis spepial session of congress but Mr. Anderson hopes to get the San- dusky bill through early in the next session. Friends of Boss Attempt To Block State Probe After Sensational Evidence WASHINGTON, April resolution calling for another in- vestigation of the charge that Sen- ator Lorimer, of Illinois, was elected to the senate by corrupt practices was introduced in the senate today by Senator LaFol- lette. Senator-s opposing Lorimer today ordered from Springfield, Illinois, a copy of the testimony on the fight for reopening the case will be based, and in which it is declared a slush fund was used to elect him. Startling Testimony. SPRINGFIELD. 111., April Friends of United States Senator Lor- imer today Jiegan an attempt-to puf BAITLE I Jredge Being Brought Here Nearly Sunk Off PointWith Three Aboard his situation reached Coming into poit in tow- steamer Tourist, Thuisday afternoon timation that Japan was not to I had a tough experience with -BUHNM CLEVELAND. O, April Al- though the family of Tom L. Johnson was admitted to his sick chamber to- day after being excluded all day 503- tcrdav, his condition was proved. II is no.. a mattei of onh a day or tv o Life Saving Crews and Tugs Stand By To Give Assist- ance If Needed YORK. April North .German Lloyd steamer Princess Irene not un-jmth i.ooo steerage passengers and a full cabin list of American tourists on board, today ran aground in a dense off Fire Island as she Utilities Bill Made Effective By House The utilities bill now Koea to the sen- ate where its fate is in doubt. As it was finally passed by the by a vote of 90 to 14, it little resembled 'the original as repoited In Chairman Many important amend- ments offered by Representathe Lanfifdon, progressne republican, were Bdopted, the democrats desertin-.. Winters, who finally up the at- tempt to x prevent changes being made. The only real battle' over amend- ments was on those presented by Representative Edwards of Cleve- land They would have ren-ove-i all right of appeal to the to correct abuses Wy municipal Mid would, have ghen to municipali- ties the power to appropriate ali ex- at the most. ng for the end vvhic KcTTom oTthP "steam- i er is not dangerous the seas are iiin- -ls familj and Ho.o friends all of high and the 1ltc savmK little kevpsaket vears. He hat scrap-book in i newspaper clin ferring to his cartoons re- a dozen other stations are standing by to Lake A steamer has also been ordered out fiom this city for the same pur- pose together with the tups that will liner at the next tly and float the tide. CAR-LOAD OF BABIES SENT TO HOMES Barring' unforeseen accidents it _____________ I believed the vessel be floated and K_.. I brought, to her here without tak- h t, -Sixty-six! off the Owing to tin onsnt-ejert. expectant babies from t high seas no attempt will be made to the New foundling are I tiansfor the passengers unless it be t Of lav ?n :t fii- in.______________ f _ today in parents in the The loungfters will find homes sprciij car TO j eomes nectssar; >omh an.l west. their safety. n t western coast if it permitted the the station, although the same United States to continue to use Mag- Pnvllcge'for the Tnited States was as ami was hat ely lake off any part of his country to a foreign Back To Brownsville? N ANTOXIO, Tex., April 6.-The brought here "ort Clinton to do some dredg- She is built for inside work, not being housed ..K like most drediges, and the seas wash- ed Into her until it was with elifli- that, with all pumps going, she After five two uegrolwus kePt trom sinking. army hard work she wa an end to the investigation of his election by the state senate gating committee by deftating the VI__ now in tt-e legislature appropriating for the committee to contto'iu its work. Following the sensationa the oi-mma going to the border and there is every launch Nixon, the latter boat not hav-1 He- had not invited ftp proposition reason to believe that at least two' ing sufficient power to keep headway] made to him and was induced to troops will en 10 Hrovv nsville. the'lir- n the seas, other boats came to thelsPcak only to save Kohlsaat from Kohlsait told the committee American Citizens and Con- gress May Act. it Chicago, was named bv Hines as the man to whom the "sub- scription" should be sent. Mr. Funk is a business man. the ac- live manager of a force of 9T.090 men, and he was loath to become connected with the I.onmer scandal in any way. i tie city at the mouth of the Rio' re-c-ie after n thrilling expeiir-noe contempt Grande where nccurrf-d the row that The steamer Tourist after dockill" s1 caused a battalion of 0( tho the dredgera. once 'returned Klein, of Cincinnati, today made for- fourth infantri. one of the negro regi- Island, having received a call to mal demand on President Taft that' be dismissed from the scr-' rive assHtancc- to Lav Bros'' fh-h Bnmo tn the States by President Hoosent1 fu3j oj he take some action to Russia from discriminating American citizens of Jewish faith such action is taken, Klein announces ne will appeal to the federal courts. Klein cites specific instances, in which Russian consuls have refused to recog- nize American passports issued to Jews. Klein is to be backed by every Jewish organization in the country. rows it was feared, might K driven ashore. Would Abrogate Treaty. WASHINGTON, April the demand on President Taft of Nicholas Klein of Cincinnafi that FIRST WOMAN MA YOR OUTLINES HER POLICY in Russia be forced to quit diEcriminai-i NEW YORK April Apiil 23 has ing against Jews. Congressman Sul- admim-n itim iL _ _, I WOMAN'S VOTES thousand isting utilities. Repivteiitaihe Gcb- bardt of Dajton led the warm fiahi j foundlings and igainst the Edwards proposal-. Republicans furnished thiity-six. Jc.moorats fifty-three and end- tats one vote for tho bill Those ratina in the negative were Bnn- nan. Grosser. Fdwards. Fellir.gtr. Priebolin, Sawicki of Clevela'd: Ctonson of democrats Frciner, Vinton; Ouswcilcr. I a resolution in and Louisiana tainlies f.-m., of son of j i hollse the Could, to Jliss .Annie IMusiass Gra- lreaty with Russia be abrogated, ham of this city. The v.'deling, which be a will take place i Seven tin, ttu- n reform to the T'nited Press today in thi- follr-wins statement: "I shall that the citj water sup- is improved 'Ihe sluice will be j Mgr. Woodward Will Remain in Charge And Also Look After Cleveland Office. applied for them foi adoption. its foiindir.g 4] joai.- tion has shelteiecl in St Thomas' church- DAY, DISTRICT JUDGE; DEN MAN U, S, ATTORNEY i FAILS FOR JUDGESHIP, MADE DISTRICT (Continued on Page Two.) PUBLISHER IS SHOT; MURDER OR SUICIDE? PHILADELPHIA, Pa., April [sen- ral of to. and a.rcsident of Cralde Lippinco't. president of the To'1 iJ becomes district attorney in fublishing firm of J. B. Lln.incott to Day company, was today fonr.fi dead This action. wMch was recently April Vadine candidate for the judgeship, L Pay, rr-itod Stat s district attorney'hut oupjsition devcloyrd. CItveland for Oi'.io wrs 'olay apr.o nt> d fed-Tsl and politician'' insisted that a t> s-ueces.l the late Robert W. man be given the judos' Da} was nut an active can- D-ranan. former attorney didate for the judgeship. Fand isky attorneys., for the most were favorabU to U. G. Denman district at Cleveland, but pna company, was today fonr.ii dead ims a.-tisn. was recently fft- district judge at Cleveland but B his home with a gunshot wound was intended to settle- a (he announconipn! of Day's appoint- h his head. It has not been deter-1 contest that has br-en almost mer.t causer, no s 'There wre Rined be was murdered, nr from the dav of Juv'srp Tavior'a Hrotii cined ailed Himself. was murdered, or from the dav of Tayler's death, no activ Dfunaa was once considered the tithe: candidates Ice and the- citj .....___ III XXKWELU Ella Wilson niavor by women, clci-tmn botrd teating her vote was declared a tie. GALB.NA. Sarah Scovill. socialist candidate for major, defeated COLORADO tTHIXOS C >io Larse PMC. ot t-..l.ll- for levelled liquu. sale SPRINGFIELD. Ill Women c-lccled two women to the city school board TVOMV vote polled at the recall election n.iicb failed tj re-i ini .md the supph in-j v 0. Woodward will remain a San Mu.l name a ntj j ouippl tlv proper wl11 continue as managei I of the Sandiiskv theatre. This wai j determined at a conference between Mr Woodward and Lessee 0. S. Hath' of Middle-town, Y., who was here Wednesday evening and had the pleasure of seeing the theatre crowd- ed for the performance of "Madame linn of all public buildings and to 'hat c-vfi) precaution U tak- tn to yt.'iup out I shall see that pronfr places of amusement are piouded for the >oune people of the citj. on a inrval basis that a ta5ti- tor cnttTtaiiiin nt ni.iy be p.uv ej. "I si-all try to see :r-at athletics for the aie promoted but only un- der the supervision of Christian offl- "There will be no intoxicants sold in the city or used b> anjoiie as the spirit as wt-ll as the letter of the law nKnnty for an> of three candi- will be- obs< rved and a license will bt t put on all pool rooms and made so di Aprler, .s gloom among the thirsty here to- 1 "Mrs. Osborn defeated for police day. The first woman mayor-elect In judge, I will name as chief of police the Inited States, Mrs Ella Wilson, and 1 will make- Mrs. Hilton cltv tress- has announced that during her term uref. of office there will be no intoxicants "I intend as mayor to show the pro- sold in Hunnewell. and a woman chief plo of the Vnited States that a woman police will be put in office to 1 can lie tnisted to govern wlselv and (7 I wdl and to a claui' Mrs. Wilson outlined her and law-keeping city Sherry." Mr. Woodward is to take his new position as manager of a vaudeville and moving picture theatre sjndicate in Cleveland, but will also continue as manager of the local house. His fam- ily will remain in Sandusky. Mr Woodward expects to open hta Cleveland office next week Monday. The house here will be dark for tto week, it being Holy Week, but he reopened Easter Sunday. Roth the Messrs. Huthiway sod Woodward give assurance of good, high class attractions to during the remainder of the The Sunday tauderlllo h akw to M made a big -featm art MtMpr Woodward will la cure the crewn of ttt tor the shows Ms Cleveland. rSPAPERf
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