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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               t.t THE HOME PAPER. rj TOOArS NEWS THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY APRIL 26, 1911 LAST EDITION NUMBER 169. 1YJOTESIIFY ANDERSON SEEKS TO FORCE HOUSE ACTION ON HIS PENSION BILL Dynamiting Plot Case At Indianapolis. DARROW DECLINES TO UNDERTAKE DEFENSE Prisoners May Reach Los An- geles Late Are Carefully Guarded, STAR-JOURNAL, BUREAU, f The bill further provides that banks Munsey Building. I and trust companies desiring to be- ill. j WASHINGTON, April come government depositaries must Developments In Alleged sentatlve Anderson created a big stir' board, and that the board in the house today by moving to dis- Pa8' UDOn sucn applications charge the committee oo invalid pen-; The bill, further provides that the slons from consideration of his-age' secretary of the treasury shall not Increase pension bill tin order to get keeP in the treasury and sub-treasur- It before the house for action. Under more than at a time, the rules the motion can be taken up "cept with the joint approval of the and pressed later and Anderson says deposit board and the president of the he intends to make the house go on United States, and that the rest of the record. government funds shall be placed out Congressman Sherwood, of at interest. The bill, in all, consists is chairman of the committee which 19 sections, dealing with the depos- has reported no bill, although several and other germane matters. It have been naferred to It Including his designed to extend the Ohio plan of own bill. i interest on public funds. Rep. Goeke of the fourth district' Congressman Andeison, as a mem- Introduced in the house and Senator' of the District of Columbia com- Pomerene in the senate, a bill to ere-' has a bill to telephone ate a board ef deposit, consisting of Possibly prevent a '-troauced to- imed, would reduw the cost of telephone service. Anderson is contemplating a short visit home in the near future. Ben W. Johnson, assistant city so- licitor of Toledo, and a politician of that was In Washington and had a long conference with Senator Bur- ton In regard to the reapportionment Ohio. Senator Burton some time aso remarked that there might be hitch in the senate if the reapportionment bill passed by the house placed the membership of that body at 433. Johnson wants a separate district made of Lucas county, in order that Mayor Brand Whitlock of Toledo may be sent to congress on an Independ- ent-socialist ticket. It Is hardly pos- slble that his proposal will meet much DABROW WON'T ACT CHICAGO, April Darrow, the noted criminal lawyer who freed Mover, PettMtone and Haywood, returning today from an Investigation of the McNamara case In Indianapolis, served no- tlce that It would be Impossible for him to act as counsel for the McNamaras and McManigal. He declared he was too well along In years to undertake the fight. Darrow had first Intended to dt- fend the men and he received a telegram of congratulation from Mayor Brand Whitlock, of Toledo, the secretary of the treasury, treas- ln fne district. It was introduced to- urer of the U. 8., and comptroller of'day- The bil1. !t ls clai' the currency, to designate depositar- ies for United States funds. who expressed regret could not do something. that he INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April Wm. J. Burns, under arrest here for the alleged kidnaping of J. J. Me- Namara_was today summoned before grand jury that is Investigating the finding of dynamite in the build- Ing in which McNamara had his offi- ces. Shortly after entering the grand jury rooms Burns nearly had a fight with Herman F. Neuman. The latter claimed that as a member of the Cin- cinnati police force he unearthed im- portant election fraud evidence for which Burns claimed the credit. Charges of "Liar" "Crook and were freely exchanged. According to advices from Los An- geles, the two McNamaras and Ortie McManigal are due in that city at 2.30 today. It is expected, however, they will he taken from the train out- side of the city and thence to the jail in automobiles. The utmost secrecy is being maintained as to the time for their reception there. The train on which they are goin? passed through Needles, Cal, early today. Sit of the detectives were standing guard over them with rifles. Burns was arrested on the street as was going to the couit of Justice BIG TAX BILL UP INI Measure Defeated and Gov. Harmon, Furious, Calls PHTSBUB9 anu, BTTM MLLTOITAIRE FOE FOfi QJ FB01OBI APPROPRIATIONS PASSED Huffman's Redistrioting Bill Would Take Sandusky Coun- ty out of Thirteenth. COLUMBUS, April the big general appropriation bill out of the way, having been passed without the change of a penny, the house cleared things up so as to reach tha Edwards bill for county tax commissioners to- day only to defeat this measure which wae strongly urged by the governor. The bill would abolish cities boards of review and substitute a deputy tax commissioner for each couaty. Infuriated by this action of the house, the governor called a caucus for tonight of all the democrats in the legislature. The governor, it is declared, will at last endeavor to make the legislature come to time for failing to pass the reforms promised in the demo- cratic platform. The senate passed the Prazier bil turning over the state quarry to the of the Peace Manning to surrender I Penitentiary, the Reynolds bill giving himself. Constables had searched for i boards of election five more daj'S after him all da; He was released under' filing petitions i.o prepare ballots for bond to appear before the Primaries for congreegmen and dele- grand jurj. He was subpoenaed to' gates to national conventions, and Oia testify today. Drew, Badort and Ford, Dt_ten bill strengthening white attorneys and detective who had been slave laws. The house passed the placed In Jail, also gave bond. They Dean bill appropriating to pur- waived preliminary examination and chase the Perry centennial site at were bound over to the grand jury. Put-In Bay, the Plank bill for primary These incidents and the continuing nomination of state senators and the of the investigation by the Marion j Crazier bill transferring the county grand Jury, were the main de- tiuarry to the penitentiary. The appropriation bill state lavor among tue democrats, and it is most likely that a district will be formed for General Sherwood, the Teteran Ohio democrat, that will pre- clude such a possibility as Johnson would have take place. Senator Burton is again at his of- fice for the flrst time since his return from Pittsburg last Thursday, he-hav- ing been confined to his apartment from an Injury in his foot which threatened blood poison. He remained in his office about an hour and then returned home, not yet feeling strong enough to attempt much work. His health is gradually Improving, however, and he will soon be working with all his former vigoi CHICAGO, April men In an automobile drove up this afternoon te the jewelry store of Edward U Albert! and at the point of revolvers, held up the clerks and escaped with worth of jewels. The men were faultlessly dressed and wore no masks. BOLTON ACQUITTED, MAY SEEK OFFICE velopments In the proto of the al- ,_____ leged conspiracy to collect dynamite I of in this city for the purpose Of blow-' Ing u "open country agents 01 tne employers to discredit' of tho present general assembly wlttini_him" the _As_soclatlon of Bridge and Stnic- (he neit three weeks, the members NEWARK, 0., April ,ewia Bolton, acquitted of tural IroE Workers by "planting" j of the house gathered at 10 o'clock dynamite and other evidence aratnst yesterday morning, and remained m it and by "railroading" to California i session until noon when an hour's ad- its secretary, J. J McNamara. The hotel at which Drew, i Journment was taken and promptly Ford, at they wore back in their seats he would run for mayor. said Badort and Burns and his operatives to business again. have bean staying, was searched for The entire daj was spent in the Burns by constables, who seemed bent consideration of the appropriation on going Into every corner, until the bill, and while the debating on differ- hotel management declared that they paragraphs were warmly discuss- should not intrude on guests. ed, it was found that after a three After secret conferences of national j hour's debate not one penny had been officers of seveial labor organizations cut off the bill. Bach item was taken it was announced that definite plans "P separately and the entire day was spent in the consideration of the meas ure, Members of the house were anxious to cut down the amount of the total appropriations which aggregate nearly ten millions of dollars but the members of the flnancfc committee were so well back up with facts in regard to the different institutions and (Continued on Page 8) LABOR MEN INSIST UPON INVESTIGATION CINCINNATI, April i'he Oen- departmcnts for tral Labor Union of this city is the apnrorr ated th flrst organization to demand an to nii tigation of tie arrest of the McNa- amount ma brothe amoun'- which money has hat they were efforts to cut mara brothers and Ortie McManigal, charged with dynamiting the Los An- vTnS, ly the effort of "alleged private de-! ?ur? as are cut down' the Senators say that when the bll! trade union movement. (Continued On Page Eight) IN SENATE; FIGHTFELISI BILL Apr. between the regular and insurgent republican senators over the or- ganiutton of the committees appear far from ielng healed, and a caucus called fer this afternoon to consider the assignments upon by the cemnlttee on committees may devel- whlch leaders in both factions admit would brlni, about a party split. Four points of difference remain to be settled La Toilette wants to go on interstate commerce. Cummins on finance, Bilstow on foreign relations and Bourne on appropriations. In the house the democratic free list bill, characterizMi by the republi- cans on the wajs and means ccmmlt- op u aerolite party break. Two ses-1 tee as "politkal soothins -lions of the committee were held Tuesday and the regulars positively to meet hisurcent demands, which they declared to be unreason- able. regulars have a large majority ta.the. caucus and it Is not improbable tMt (be insurgents may carry tbeir noor of the senate, was roughly handled by IU polltital ene- mies on the republican side Mr. Underwood, democratic chair- man of the ways and means commit- tee, introduced It to the house in an hour's speech. Mr. Underwood an- nounced that this was only the begin- ning of the democratic revision of the tariff schedule by scliedole. BRISTOL, R. I., April 3 old- est resident of this town, Miss Eliza Bullock, is dead, aged 101 jears and one GIKL'S FlXit, PLEA. Among numerons letters offer- ed In the snlt of Miss Geor. gian lonng against James Cor- rigan, yoong Cleveland millionaire was the last letter she wrote in which she said: "My dear Jim: Do you realize what yon hare denet Jnst mined my life. I have been Iving here thinking and trying to con- sole myself with the thought that possibly by this time yon can gee how you have wronged me, and regret It. Oh! Tf wprr inly so and 700 would keep your prom- ise and marr} .luiv, 1 could forgive and forget the past freely. "My birthday Is this month, and you remember yon promised me a sappphire ring, but no doubt jou have forgotten that as well as yonr other promise. Sow, prove to me, that yon haven't fergotten your promises. Still hoping this ts so, I am, lovingly, tiKORGIAS." CLEVELAND, April at- tempt to tear down the reputation of the young Woman Is being made byJ3'3o' THE WEATHER tonight, Thurs- day increasing cloudiness. Temperature at 7 a. m. 50 de- grees. Temperature one year ago 38 degrees. Sun rises Thursday at a. m. and seU at p. m. (stan- dard time.) Maiimum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today 12 miles northeast at Wednes- day morning. William Gurley First Preached in This Section a Hundred Years Ago. TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Program Completed For Meet- ing Of Ministerial Confer- ence At Perkins, Arrangements are rapidly being completed for the meeting of the Min- isterial Association of the Sandusky district. North Ohio Methodist Episco- pal conference, to be held at Perkins May 31 and Jnne 1. This'session will Holds That Many Criticisms of Commissioners' Report Were Not Justified. ADVISES SUBMITTING QUESTIONS TO JUDGE Auditor. And. Commissioners See Victory (h Decision But Prosecutor looks Further Declaring that a number of the Items in the county examiners' re- port en the financial of the county should not have been Included therein according to law, and advising that the status Of the document be referred te the common judge, Jonpfc T. Tracy, of the bureau el In- spection and supervision of pub- lic offices, sent a letter te Audi- tor John Deist, which was receiv- ed by that official Wednesday mornlng. As far as length it concerned, parts declared illegal by the state authority compose the greater part of the examiners' report Auditor Deist said Wednesday morning that nearly ninety per cent of the report would be eliminated, and Commission- er Rieger declared that cent was his estimate. _____ Tn his letter, Tracy says that examiners' report was referred to At- torney General Hogan for examina- tion. Prosecuting Attorney Bart laid Wednesday mornlng'that the opinion did not come as that of the attorney general, as It was not signed by him, celebrate the centennial of the first! Auditor Deist is given a clean bin Methodist preaching In northern Ohio. of nealtn bT fnej. In the diiptted William Qurley was the pioneer matter of drawing for the defense in the trial of the suit be- 'certainty fore Judge Killets In the United is preacher who established missions and who first preached near Bloom- IngvUle about June 1, 1811. A num- ber of descendants live in this sec- tion. The following program for the ses- sion has been arranged. WEDNESDAY, May 31. B. B. Shumaker The of a Business Experience for the Ministry..... ..............'..W. a Pearce What the Theological Semi- nary Does for a Young Man..... ..............O. a McLaughlla The King of Preaching lor Today James Torblt, L. A. Ekaley "Book Religious ....T. S. Fancher the Best millionaire young Clevelander and member of. the Iron ore vessel firm of Corrigan. McKinney Oo. Incidental- ly that beset the path of the rich young i man are being emphasized. j Miss Young tearfully testlOed that i she went to French Lick, Ind., to con- Proteatantlam of ..................O. W. Mente WEDNESDAY BVBNING, Devotions............W. H. Beginnings, of Methodism.James Gray the perils from designing women Remtaicenos. TTlSSS hurley h ,lBv Methods of Today ..S. L. Stewart sole young Corrigan on his father's 9-15. THURSDAY, JUNE 1. Devotions.. C. D. Patterson Business. The Country Church H Prmer M. f. fainter death two years ago. She says that he proposed marriage trsre, and that Agency to Care tor Our they occupied rooms In the same ho- young Peopte-Sunday School or tel. She says Corrigan later refused, Epwortb League to marry her. in which the an Oxed by- law, or by other authority, the letter that the auditor is authorise! to so act. The are almost entirely as to the manner te which their report was drawm and subjects included therein. Prosecuting Attorney Hart laM Wednesday morning that the ant te portant matters touched BOOB by county examiners were not dealt tritk by Tracy. war not prepared to- gay whether he would make a afhttar the publication of the report tk entirety, until he bad letter from Columbus. "We supposed that we were to i a thorough examination of aO larities in the _ said John Bran am of examiners, Wednesday nonfasE. "la including all the In report, we took the advice of rnmirrtliii Attorney Hart any court suit We will not lzatlot'' and refunding of taxes, as al- rlgan, and that, as they passed a cer- tain house. Miss Young remarked: 3-15 "A girl lives there who just got from a man. That's what I'm going to do just as soon as I get a man with the money." There was other striking testimony along this line, not a little of It hav i ing to do with alleged statements hT the mother of Miss Young. Methodism of the Future. .................H. V. Qivlej OFFICER GUARDING INDIANAPOLIS VAULT AND EXPLOSIVES THERE DISCOVERED, AND DYNAMITE FOUND I SHED AT TIFFIN In a basement vault at Indianapolis which, it is alleged, was sented by J. J. McNamara, secretary of the Iron Workers' union, was found a quantity of dynamite, time clocks, etc. In a shed on the premises of the father of Ortie McManigal, In Tiffln, 0., was found a box containing near- ly 400 pounds of dynamite. This, It Is claimed, was stolen from the France Stone company quarry at Btoomdale. It Is claimed the elder McManliml did not know the explosive was In the Khed. Detective Burns ban no diffi- culty in locating the atuf at TlOa. QIESINELEl Detective Noble, Victim of a Young Tramp, who Denies Intention To Shoot. lowed by the county commiadonen. The letter is as follows: "In reply to your several relative to report submitted Ineo-s of the commissioners' report. Messrs Bragg, Montgomery and Hart, prosecuting attorney, under date of (Continued on Page SJ AHAPPYliT Young Man and Girl Involved in Hotel Affair Marry At Fremont Special to The BELLEVUE. 0, April J. Noble, the Nickel Plate railroad de- tective who was shot Monday by Frank Craudall. 16, a young tramp, in the railroad yards here, died at 6 o'clock this morning. He had shown such Improvement >esterday that! even minions of the law there were hopes for his recovery but cannot Interfere with Cupid's plans, he suffered a relapse during the night' out rather may aid them, was demon- was a Spanish-American and 5trated late Tuesday at Fremont Philippine war veteran with a medal a marriage license was Issued to Oott- for bravery, and was widely known Ilieb Schleber. 21, a candy maker of A brother, who Is connected with the Sandusky, and Miss Carrie Schert, IT, Culver Military Academy at Culver, i Frraont According to Fremont Ind., came here to look after the case. The body will be taken to Foetoria tor burial. Crandall. In jail at Norwalk, and who now fares a charge of murder, s talking more freelv He declared le did not intend to shoot but merely to scare the officer He said Noble slapped his face because he "saseed" he officer, f Detectives are trying to connect >andall with the shooting of a Wa- bash braketuan at Ft Wayne. Ind, advices thev were married at 7 o'clock at the Grace Lutheran parsoaace by the Rev. W. E. Tressel. They were attended by Robert Beck and Bessie Scherf, the latter a sitter of bride They left soon afterward for Sandusky. The bride's mother, Alice Mapes, gave her content to marriage. This action confirm? statement! made toChief Welngatee here. young people were involved ia the af- fair which led to arrest of Htrry Saturday ninht. The prisoner' made I Sanders, proprietor of the Island conflicting statements The Huron county coroner was call- ed here to view the body of Noble, which was then removed from the was then removed from the hospital to his late home. FIBBT TO TI8IT Kl'SSU ST. PETERSBURG, April naval authorities at Uban have been ordered to frepare for the there n June of the second division of the American Atlutlc fleet. The foreifli office Informed (he American eakmr that Rumrta is exceedingly happy over the how, of tut and were called as er with another Fremont girl an- other Sandusky young man. They toH the chief they Intended to soon. At the time at MMt hotel was first leaned. It keeaaM known that Miu fkhorf and ScktaMr had keeptnf Letters Sckerf turn Ott I owa indicated tkat planned i future, gehleker'i the fir! while she It atoo what t lEWSPAPERr   

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