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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               REAL ESTATE VALUES TREBLED, IT IS UP TO OWNf RS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO MAKE FULL RETURNS AND BESIDES, THERE IS THE DANGER OF A PENALTY. THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY APRIL 25, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 168 Nwie of Twenty-three Men in Workings Escaped Blast And Falling Slate. ONE MORE IN SERIES OF YEAR'S DISASTERS Cause of Explosion Not Yet Detei victims But One, Amencans, LEADING FiaUEES IN PUESUIT OP PRINCIPALS EN LOS ANGELES DYNAMITING CASE AND THE ROUTE TAKEN BY DETECTIVE IN TRACING SUSPECTS ACROSS CONTINENT TO INDIANAPOLIS AND DETROIT 1911 MINE DISASTERS by Feb killed plosion at Tnn dad Col M-irch Twenty aie killed in explosions at Virginia and Gil bert Minn March die in cxplos ion at Mineral Kas April eighty killed at Throop Pa by fire April 100, mostly ne qro convicts killed at Littleton, Ala in explosion April three killed by explosion at Elk Garden W Va 1 tlfteen o' the '1 dead bo I es of mm u'lo uoie ei toiiberi bo of t'lc Ott inine e e n out this Tjrn tir It is tip rebt ran be latei ju tie (1 v _ i orti j e tenlTi v, ere that ton 1 id brvn intombcd bit thio num b r soon found is not half o' trc e 1 numbei of tims Tne KOI rnneu cai aid 11 eitl this mornm" 11 11 ot 11 has no I lc in (1 it cauood a f 1 of ol ite mil coal th it ti nj ed t le men The re-srie putie hid not -id fu into the workings before thr-v iliscoiered it would take werdl I1 to dig tluoigh tht he ps cf roof oil and si itp tint nil i loosentl bv the ex lot (n It tl n defideJ to elle't n ertr IP nearer the prolnbl" nolnt of the t plosion In cult ng though the lutll of an adjoining mine lied bj the sam company Aftei penet-atins about a mile down the mam  ear ago 39 de grees Sun uses Pdnebd'U ?t 4 10 i m md bets "it u 2- p m (Stand aid tin" M im umd vclouh foi 24 houis ending it noon todav 9 noi tb at 1 oO Mondaj afternoon Claimed To Have Names Of Other Men and Women Who Visited Hotel. PROPRIETOR IS BOUND OVER TO GRANDJURf Fremont Girls Arrested in Place Were Witnesses Sanders. It ml] tile moie p cipnee than I cnaigcs issert that thev ale positi lend in todij s dispitclies Tvhicb nave suffi-eiu eimenci, conU n the stiieinent., of tV deter convict If the) b the tn es to rom nice me Jiat J I e incl Strictuiai de J if the ARRESTED FOR KIDNAPING T on nnj t on whatsoever m. i i n i Wltfl tlie LoB Anseles Times oatas IllStrU in KUSlling tioihe 01 tbe deslmcton of propem of iiu kind The fore b1e abd ctlon of Me Nam Union Leader Out of In- diana Face Chaises ira from India i Ind u tlio it DIE n FLRE TOPSFILLD Mass Apnl 25 Trapped in the ceuter of a forest fire m Eoxford near here Fi ank Simmons, jr aged 15 of Boxford and Albert Morgan of Mere burned to deatn Then bodies weie recovered later Pi ink Simmons father of the dead boj and Slnumons 17 a brother fought then way thioudi the firo both! are eo burned that they mav not recover Am! 2o J W i will be posituclj idm tified upon at Ixtb Angeles J B Bijc puiclused d ua. mite fiom tii7 Giant Powder Co thit citj two da t. beEoie the exp-los ion at the 1 os Millet, Ti lies pant the insertion here oC tectue Bums v auo it the anest of and his arcoidmg 1 mi an orpoi umtj to tht. chilges made against him cannot h it call torth the condom lati 3n of ail citoens who honesth de ire tin erj man w oman and ch Id shall brother B irnt, derlrfifs sticks of djntnnt "Much to explode at the tune been ified tho Giant company pi it of that bold toAtrNamara a las Brjce For blowing up the bn Idmj Buns because those who ale making the chaiges assert that thev ale positive to .ce thev could follow tbe usual mocedure and have no diffic iltv un satiofjmg the ofllceis of the ate after a hear irg that leiuiaition pi] ers should be grinted Turns Down Resolution Invit- ing Governor To Tell What Should Be Done. The Miners' Case Col April 2 remark able paial'el (he irrest of Tobn J Me secretary of the In ernational Association of Bridge and Stiucturtl lion charged com ilir j in tlie alkged raitms of tne I os Ansrelos Times b 'dug and of Charles 4 Mojer "Uillnm D Ha mod and George tci ibone on The of mnder m-, Foi met f ei noi su uenbei'g it L? well Idaho ar i e ngo nab po itPd out at the headq miteis of i on cf V rprs In both ca the evidence TSIS 1 up pin ate dehctms aceoidmt to the Western tcderation Investigation Resumed Today And Engineer Marker Prom- ises Big Disclosures. Spatial to The star Journal COLLMBIS Ohio Apul The piobe of the cinal systeri of Ohio op ened again order of Attorne; Geneidl Hog in and tins time it prom- ises to be moip sweeping than that which staitcd tlunng the closing d-na of the ulmimsti ition oi I G Don man 1 is in offict J AI AltCilloro of T cl son i to be m oharj-r of tho nrolu. ind it will include not in noithern Ohio but all brincheb ot (Con m led On Fa e Two) Speaker Clark Sees No Chance For A Get-Away Before Fall WASHINGTON Api H 2o That congress will be in session all immtr was, the declaration of er Champ Clark Ht declared was no of gpttmg the tinff re vision out of the hefon fall The senate republican committee on committees is still to complete I its list of asslg mients and maj rg port to a cauci> dnesdaj Ihe regula and irs irgtnts will cl tsh Walter Dieu loit for the Jsationdl Lrectorb at on and I FoiJ ant dibtuct it tornev it Los Ansfj b wcu toch sent to jnil Ir or 000 bond on a charge of kidnaping Tohn T Me Ninni i frank chauVin ai rested on th rh-'iL.p bnil for S no Timps Bi loif of the B irns is uncV r irust ind 1 ttim t bi1- b rn is ir i f i T Bums the d t ctne who work'd ip the i. sp Hie is cxpiotod totn It is tint though mara tot ti nel j i tn< ser P rt f T o irt Mir 'lal h-1 o led re (Continued on i) Tilden, Alleged Custodian Of I Big Slush Fund, Refuses To Shov; Books. pirt of the canal system of the stiff j Tamper Mirker of board of oinal con1- true tion BRISTOI Temi AI nl o !'nblu woiks tint he his i tho of a ws btum unearthed now nnd a Jditional infoinu eied into 1 10 gi ue as of James tlon that Wl11 ma] e thc h drmar 'rom %Prv stlirf: 'in a tn i t III Ajnl liloe-n mill o anp e pit d to heeu t e ci n i n tne sh fnnl allp   nit a 1 11 rlt t ib hiid to Jme fund G rgp M Inm TPI (.Imp to poli nt coiin i tf-e js t iPsuH to let t c co n hownii, hs u t n 1 in Vn h lie lia ndl d tli lush 13 (t UK! Cl i it. i inkoit 1! ontp n t foi o ha? K Pro Cf d in he Jlli in In f i te toin o begin BURNS INDICATES TP'H Y EXTEND TO OTHER CITIES m OHIO; TIFFIN EVIDENCE I DO o t in ti e 1 An attempt to c it down tho amount wh ch Detec national arre in Ohio loft her? entailing each of mileage paid to mcmbeis of con- gress foi thpu expenses m goi g to and from Washington and A contio over the extent to which it oeratic economy shou d aff (t the 7he i clerkships-to commitkcs bright a ho it a long delate In tie and resulted m the defeat of a prousion for nine clorl s to coiimittx an nrlitire OF ?f per d; The foi tb cl U in with i n me r n 11 ir if hill ai n n T ia >r ,n t o n chared the 1 I not v i lid Wlt'l J O >f rleiV- that IR-I )i droDDPi wb n pr ined down the- 01 Democratic r r d tmt clerks wp r us n 1 d Impmtant roiin ittops of Ami c il mi n P "Ui i lia n i ]1 end (ooll) is nd cited Fr n i e arroc ft r re o tbp oTitnn n d   al o c s E a is v. h n fi f i r i t! n r r m t i M o r i i h n t IP h ch of P home he n d lol I T M AIT exl d e t i nd rts i" d "he i ci r I to tc o i tl ere w i d m, 1 t C l s n i r oulius; to Bums M n r r n i aero s h d Vj recenl i (Uenl> d ipt ci ul fiom his CP 1 i bwetl ei l e irod ij on (he s pro FOEMER SENATOR TELLS OF BRIBERY [t btnu L ot thr r pno jdld not go m hln o ul become1 in n in- i r aK> cliimtd th it k of time of fo ni r F Denniin probe tho a it will the of the in the tun It i HiniPl tint thoi'-inJs of lol j Iirs h 1 on illr" Ih pii 1 out tl at I ma n m n P on rho i 1 who I f c ii I ir I tl d th m it i tf e i ill MI things of therns Ht a i! i il i u tht st if1 1 fo" i m I n tf n i fjm uon I occ'iiicn f th it n retold Ii bei n n a flt of tl P i ittrr I Mr Ho in 1 Mi th U irU Mill 1 o o !tpr in thn fottl >m na; 01 md tint L t 1! t- thnr they be (U not rats or I republic U3 Pohcerren cal'ed as Tuesday in the case of Harry San- ders charged with improperly con- ducting the Island House, on Wa- ter street came dangerously close to revealing facts which would, it is said, have caused good-sized sensations and perhaps, have ted to divorce courts Only the fact that Mayor Lehrer would not in sist upon it p-evented the naming of men and women of the city who it was charged, had been visitors at the jiotel The police claimed to have abundant evi- dence Studers was held to the srand Jury under bond which he arranged to afternoon The hearing, which m some respects was sensation- ;ted two hours The citj itithoiuiea in order to present testi- monj relanve to the reputation of iter street hotel had policemen sworn in as witnesses but onlj fue were used The defense placed Sandeis on the stand in his own behalf and then the prosecution called Dora one of the Fremont en Is arrested at the hotel last Friday morning to testify in rebuttal to tna defendant Tne other Fremont girl attd, men who were found in the! 'ace were on hand ready to wi Jon for the prosecution but they wtie not called Cit> Solicitor Steine- mann the caae in the pfe- hearing while Attorneys Joha and Schoepfle the defendant Following hearing, ICftjrof I ehrer j upon tho cases of two girls who were each out on 925 bond He fined each one In ders hearing the Grey girl told her stoiy without the slightest hesitation, refused to be rattled' bv attorneys and stuck to which were in direct denial of most Important part of ver- sion of the affair Evidently the authorities were parod to tuin on a full battery of police in an effort to show that Island has beea a place of btd repute in tne The testimony of the five officers who were called waa sensational m the extreme and So- licitor Stfinemann cut the hearing short calling but five men defense m its cross examination, at- tempted to show that the same condi- tions as descubed bv the officers st not only at the Inland House but at leading local hotels and rooming houses Also had the defense had its way the names of some of mimed WOIULU who are alleged to live to the Island House with men and the names of tha women who went there with married men would have been honed The policemen however, re- fused give names and Major er presiding would not insist on it Officer Otto Rudolph first witness, said le had seen unmarried couples entei and leave the Inland House at tiours at night Officer Herb foimer police captain said ha tiad n men and married wo- men anl uce versa 50 there at differ- ent at nisrht He declared that xih on" morning about two veare ago tro -upropi at on hill i jhe  tn h ish bill o inn ovor to from one of the rooms which emtcn thr stit' suro qnai in rt md" woman were tht Cohmilub stiU anirtlinc He couldn t get into tha room ber: u e the dooi locked, b it th it ne knew the man and after- TODAY'S HEAVY CALENDAR Utilities Bill May Be Report- ed Out By Senate Sub- Committee Soon MOTHER'S DAY COLUMBUS O April ernor Harmon today Issued his proclamation setting aside Sun day May 14, as Mother's Day He aska that wiiite carnations be worn on that day and that all churches hold appropriate ser T vices COLIMFIS 0 ith the taking up of the ai proprHtifln bill in the house tidn legiilatois found bis nnf fnr tl [1 0 11 cement has bren made bv cne ij nionej for U c ir 'b u 1CI on to It Is not w u ,ake are of m e bill For to put n ompli h theii put i nu i I 1 al pioinU V Idiae mimu i of prisoner" Tie to he Ji m ik i i id mi nil Pho ho iv tl PH I i ut i u i tho I iini U! foi a n m i ion o t if '-PTI it r If is i J flmt 1 p t 'in om but t i u l t on th lion !ir v, hi t n tht, st i i t t ti up a' (Lor t led On Three) o m o rn "1 1 n co i Of Mr and Mr Horn U rs n npi m 1 i o r 1 hi e h i i fro i br and his no hppn IIP ird f o TI bi o! Tio td al t iviii r ot I n rips tl t ut IIP t t eo i t 1 11 1 ill lelo i n s, ill !o mi J v i i f i nil I h 1 h Krt Ut 1 It f i tcni o u i IIPI t t t c j n n itn if t li-p Ji ro nt t i o Th d tl! a u d 01 Pa e Ohioans At Washington Now Organized To Boost Har- mon's Candidacy. PASSENGERS AND CREW OF SINKING LINER IN DESPERATE BATTLE WITH CHINESE PIRATES l til i C i t B irrs t it on "ot i o To 11 r i i Thire v i en in d n 'e bin Die thorn Hop in-. 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