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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE HOME PAPER. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR -SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY APRIL 29, 1911. LAST EDITION Claim That Senate Measure Is More Stringent Is Now Disputed. EASY WAYS OPENED FOR 'PHONE MERGER Full and Exact Text Will Not Be Known Until Few Hours Before Vote, COLUMBUS O Ainl What extent the public utilities bill ae reported out by the senate committee and made a special or der for 4pm Tuesday is an Improvement upon or weakening of the bill as passed the house Is a matter of argument C, air man Dean of the senate commit tee says it is a more drastic bill Others dispute this ind allege that practically everything Viat corporations asked for has been allowed There is. little chance for real study ef the bill us it has so inanv amend merts that it can hardly be printed before Tuesday morning This has aroused who bay an at tempt is being made to railroad the measure through In brief these are the provisions of the new bill Takes street railways out of the Dili Pieces railroads and other trans Donation companies under the old commission law with a clause gK'ng the commission the right to regulate stock and bond issues This is complete compliance with the re quest of the railroad lobbyists lommlssion is given the power to revise rates as fixed bj a clt> conn cil This is one of the features taken fioii the original winters bill by one of the Langdon amendments in the bouse liie commission Is given tbe power to legulate all rales and moke a phys ical valuation of the utilities propertj to the rates Under the Langdon amendment thev had to make a phys hal valuation in order to find a unit of service The anti competition clause ashed ty the public utilities was inserted Tinder this, a newlj organized com pany must get a certificate of neces fiitw from the commission before It can enter business The bill is amended to permit the consolidation of competing telephone companies provided there is no m crease in rites and no increase in storks and bonds The amendment elves them the right to purchase the etoclt of a competing company and in that mimiei acquire control and bring about a consolidation Under an amendment offeied bv Langdon m the house the purchase of stock was pro hibited but a competing company could purchase the phjslcal property of the other company A eompulsorji extension of service clause has been Inserted in the sen ate The court review provided under 4he railroad commission is extended to all itillties The Lswgdon amend raent which compelled the telephone companies to make physical connec tions with competing plants was al so as to put this matter up to locai eity councils These bodies maj comjiel phjtical connection if they desire It is claimed that the telephone sec tion assures a merger at an early date tfEOt or in anv other wav A meaningless clause makes rates and stock and bond Isenes subject to control by the com mission but only to tne extent of the original comppmes The commis Bion has no veto on a merger In ad dition the chief section of public se. cunty has been stricken out That provided for Interchange of service compulsory on order by the romtms Blon The Winteis bill allowed an appeal to the commission from a utiUty rate either by the consumer or the utilits1 This was cut out In an amendment bv Represent Ulve Ed wards and appeals lestrloted to the consumers NUMBER 172 MEN WHO FIGURE IN SENATE CONTEST AND REVOLT WHICH MAY MEAN SPLIT IN G. 0. P. Gomez Ordered To El Paso By Madero, Presumably To Meet Caibajal. REBEL LEADER SATISFIED Announced Return of Geneial Reyes Is Only Disquieting Developmeit, McMANIGAL ANOTHER ORCHARD Meigers can be effected by con lease sale purchase or stocks LAFOLLETTE LEADER O, P, REVOLT Protest Of Insurgents Paves Way for Battle Among Sen- ate Republicans. WASHINGTON April the protest of Senator La Follette against the action of Chairman Qallinger and the regulars m naming the senate committees an action almost without precedent means a big split in the republican ranks is the belie; of care'ul observers here There now appears to be no chance for a com- promise or peace Ultimately there may be a new alignment of parties in the senate progressnes and reac- tionaries rather than democrats and republicans The LaPollette statement is of ad- ded importance because it was sign- ed by the othei twelve conspicuous republican insurgents It is a com bined insurgent challenge to the reg- ulars It is also a straight out-and out challenge to President Taft for the in charge of the senate steering committee consulted the president and he indorsed tlie decision to deny the insurgents the committee assignments they demanded Looming up behind it all is the in- spired talk that the leading republi- can insurgents with as many dele- gates as they can muster under their banner will bolt the national conven- tion For La Follette Bnatow Cum mins Bourne and their senate fol- lowers are against the renominatlon of President Taft They no longer at- tempt denials If President Taft is renoniinated the insurgents are pre- paring to wash their hands of all rc- sponsibilit> In the meantone the elopments seemmglj demonstrat- ed beyond all doubt that the insurg- ents are out to kill the president B matron against Taft VSTOMO T.-XI itpiesu titnc m uie St eb of Mexican in bui rectos tod-u if ft toi PI Piso it is exrett d fre will o.eet ihe ley of Mtidero the Duz peace CO1L.IP1S3101 m me negotiations foi pea p in A.1 though Gomev lias not ofl ialh no ified that I e lu bc-en chosen to r M HP is aph to him to El Paso fci the peite eon ferpi -re The selection of 11 Paso as the place foi holding the peieo otnlaeice ind the in ig of Jud e Carba jal of the MexiLfen Mipiome court as the federal conmi'-aionti weie im portant devi? opmcnts> in the peace situation Judge Cai bijal is n to Sladeio bj reputation but ittsurrecto lefl-iler the ap pomtment as satibfattoij The latuin of General Bemardo Rpj'es to Mexico is un easiness b j Madei o accoi ding to a which he oat The commissioner left the i Mexico but he ib Senator Burton tiaveln Bagie Pass or Lait-do is among those who stoutly incline was not sta to this view Geneial letter to Madero Mr La Follette is aiming for the follows presidential nomination next year) I have been instructed b> mv gov ernment that the gov eminent accedes and if he cannot land t, then he be he is certain to be the man in 1916 is the way Senator Burton puts Ortie McManigal Sympathizers oC J J McMamara structural iroa workers officer held for dynamiting aie denouncing Ortie MuManigil as another H Or chard McManlgil has confpfased to a large number of im pncailng the McNamaia biothers his fellow prisoners THE WEATHER Forecast Ram tonight and Siindiv coder sunddv mperat ire at 7 T m o4 de- giees TeM[ t -lure one >ear ago 06 m at 4 36 a m 1 an 1 it t> '5 p m Men div 4 i a. ra and sets at t> p m (standard J 1 Maximum vv pd velocin for 24 hours euilms it noon touiv 12 nnleb southwest at 12 o9 Fridaj atternoon No Intimation As To Their Na- ture Except Officials Are Not Involved. ISLAND HOUSE CASE TO COME UP LATER American Gunboat Arrives On Scene And British Ships Are Enroute. Held For Forging Checks And Man For Steal- ing Boys' Bicycles. ASSASSINATION REPORTED. Chinese Rebellion Now Said To Be Undei Piotecled HONGKONG April was todiv mened here th_t 'W-iuri) Ll the taoui ot Cinton had beui smitid in thit titv UtLough the report has not -vet lontirmed it makes cert mi th it the rebellion there Returning six aga nst Florence Bartlett alias Flossie Bartlett, alias Florence Marshall for uttering checks two against Roy Davis for the theft of bicycles from school boys and seven secret bills the April grand jury submit ted a partial report Saturday morning in the common court It Is understood that the Ham proprietor of the Is ind Hou e en Uater street, bound 01 er to the jury on a charge of conducting a hojse of as- signation was not considered by that hodv beca so the jurors did Hot find time to do Prosecutor Han b gins the second tnal of the to protect foioignors at anj cost Tbe statement of Senator LaFollette carries the charge that the most im portant committees in the senate (Continued on Page 2) to >our wishes with legard to meeting place of the peace commis slon to wit On the Mexican side of dam lying between the Juarez and jour cam) T im also in structed to inform vou that the com missioner who repre aiK the mpnt left Mexico Citv night Einesto AFadero leturned to borne in Monterej The house of a rancher midwav be- tween and the insunecto camp has been as the seat for the peace negotiations according to offi- cial announcement today The nego- tiations will begin Mondav Judge District Attorney And Detec- tives Alone Received By McManigal In Jail. LOS April Francisco Carbajal of the Mexican su- were no new elopments in the Apnl 29 Wrigst brothers of Dav ton O won a dccid- I ed todaj in their suit to con trel the basic patents on aeroplanes when the court announced it would appoint three experts to decide wheth er the Wrights were the first to use the eombmitton of warping wings and vertical rudder The court ovenuled the contention of the Blenot manufac- turers that the Wright patents oy default through failure of V, rights to exploit them ho'ding that this nas due meielj to th the 'Wrights at the time T .....__ ually unable to exploit their patents. Gives Palm to Americans PARIS Prance April A merlcan aviators are the best In the world and that within three years A merfci will leave the rest of the world preme couit representing Diaz aero s representative has not been chosen but will probabh be either Dr o nez P" Madero s father b ivint ict that flran- in au Oitie that he man fo chances for renomination if that can I liulimd in aeroplaning was the dec tribesmen Eaisnh be accomplished This warfare op! Uration here today of Hubert Latham to the president has been masked be- the famous French flyer who his just torfKl 'ore Now the firing is to be done in the open Efforts were made to induce Sena tor La Follette to withhold his state- am himself savs he will ment given to the senate and to the I until a more stable ma country The plea was extended that eloped than any of the t it would all but make the election of use a republican president impossible next 5 ear The plea was futile The answer was that principles of such reat importance were at stake that nothing could stand in the wa> of a jrotest The regulars in turn declar :d that persouil imbition was at the bottom of the fight and protest against the committee assignments and that Senator La Toilette must Tom now on be regirded entireli m he light of in nowed and pggressne candidate for the presidential nom returned from flying m nearly all of the largest American c and also tmg Olvn in the Philippines and C Lath Apiil is facing a bloodv war m Moroc. o ar coiding to iv old sent todaj to Fren bj Raisuh the nc bpntlit chief Aiifj effort on tho of Fiance he d-eclaies to can on I its orders of sending CO 000 nore troops to intervene in Moioc c ill le suit in tht entire countrv n., up i iriinct tile Fiei t le Riff e alreadv leuch while r v demonstra 1 loro-co forget il dibbensiou and 1 holj war agamsi Times dvn n ting case today TLAIanig-nl made it cleai has -nade ]fi nl behalf the defense would center its efforts Furtheimore the only visitors McManigal receives now are mpn fiom the disti ct attorney r. office Shir ff Hammel and operatives of detPttne that ro inlctl jp I the alleged cousplr itors in the east Sugaes 10115 that immun tv hd 1 beon c t nled t> biought denials from tht distiRt until Mondav Mav 8 I emert expect iln e-weltent older that tho re ed to leave the depaitneat Saturclav quirements laid down b the court and to take up his new duties as president! previous grind juries hart been fol- of Ohio National I ife Insurance Co lowed to the letter Thev recommend- of Cincinnati but Gov Harmon his'ed thit twelve new electric lights not been ible to appoint his succes placed in the jail sor as commissioner and so ht urgtdj the former to hold on another ween r ormer Mnor Fd-wird H Mooit ifl 1 o informed the governor; thit he w 1 not ,iccei t tho com even with proposed! Rep o avaibable for immc ton b will continue old uamt I OP UN I are iincltr w ft i tho constructi >u of a ne v in frill an UK] i st 100 n in this c tv tip T air shore PlPitnc CIp 1 ul i southwest rn lailvvaj an 1 the citv m the plan COLUMBUS 0 April 29 While and influence for its own purposes the the istimation comes that alnu t unlimited powtr of those of is not disposed to sUr up anj Graves declaies that the onh pio pose] made to him vv apno ntlng power in GLENN CURTISS PLANS TO MAKE SOME STARTLING FLIGHTS OVER WINONA LAKE. INC.. IN HIS NEW HYDRO AEROPLANE trouble over tbe pass Se of the a- mended Edwards tax bill there is a lively row among other state and legi latorS with charges and counter charges Some see tne darg er of an extia session Decause of DOS slble Knocking out of other bills as a result of this row Attorney General Hogan and Sec retary of State Graves n-ure In the breach now Hogan m a statement Intimates that Graves had a big hand ID tbe deal which turned the taxing posed of himself Governor Harmon and Aittornej Geiieial Tl attornev general su s le insisted op the adait on of Treieiiicr Crea nci and Atiditor Fulhngton i reuabliran I This board of five was tne agreement) mide with Co einor Harmon onlv to he rapudtnted Floor Leader Russell who offe ed ------c-, the amendment elimmatine Hjean roacoinery m everv county orer d creamer declares he u-ted rr n s tie Garter Hanltv machine own initiative because Le fo md il Graves in his statement denies even connection with the matter He de Clares Edwards bill was not dls at the conference in his office V.ednesdav night The whole business aoparentlv- goes fcack to the democratic machine was tie onl wav bv which the hill co ild be from a and final defeat With the republicans solid enough deniocrRts were aga4nst the b 11 without amend raent to kill it kl x Hogan m his statemem makes the Which if fighting Governor Harmon frank and positive charge .hat the -d his legi lative prog-am as whole thjng Is aimed at tt-o. govoinor fron shield of and his friends Hogan sais Professions of friendship to the ad The wa, made to or- tr> MjBistration Its chief effect on the sanction a board made up of the gov- IMwardi bill w-s to city crnor th, septan of ,fite and the 5? re .th'8 'i attorney general declined to agree control the apiwlntment of __Z_____.____ ___ owinty tax wmmisalooen, j en t Pnco democratic floor le id has teen ment oned as i oilitv R declared tha he o Id ifrr-tt the appointment and i no conditions I em rt although i re ub lean held over under Harrron il the t of the lattei He his 111 nctii in the 1 O nntll) irobecutuns I 0 "i-lhelma I 4 md 1 licille at poke- 1 iv nits win 11 ivi IK dun r i i) VM i in arrive 1 jt t in t m ta ive then llu in senoubh ill PI ICE FOB ION is now reiorted thn Ilovd Griscom chair man ot the 'iork republican count! coiimi tee be named as amba'.-'iu'or to Germinv to succeed Tavne Hill It was said that while the wa-. in New Yo'-k eftorts vver made to have him retonc the fictions m his party E: Men, Women And Children From Springfield I. 0. 0. F. Home Coming Here. Over 1 t tl i Commission Summons Auditor Deist To Capital, Perhaps For Final Order. ii iv to 1 t I itt V n }1 1 1 to Ctp Glfnn H CiirtiHS with his hrrl-i aeropline will lr it I iV Iilani J ilv n -mil will n jke startling flights, on the water This will be the exhibition of new mad me irom the wa He Kill start on the water and aliglit OB las surface ot tht U tin dint v in ciun i 1.0111 P t I b ttwt ti u K de i ion as to whether the i t n tte-> of t! e citv ard com tv 1 o u 1s of e i nliyition wil bf a ion d t> s ml v i 1 probab'r be j i nc 1 ir 1 c unfe ence V ii'o it boa ten under food that Unction m would bi per nutttd this his not been formally or dmd authority simph having been gi en the local boards to proceed 1-ue is one of the few counties not I In hi illv passed upon b> the commis si n and likilv to oue ofierj tci n i there will be a reduc- tion instead of a bit increase inmiti, of the I 0 0 P in rdd will lie the guests i lodg No 6 I 0 O r ran I session of the Odd t v >i oliio to be ht d here June to 'th v N Sioemvem of tha 1 1 Ue ret to Fri- div fiom S rliuleld where he in n n vr the visit of hi in at s incl idtd in he number vv i n m -ROien ind fhi d-en in utes of the hou who are oM cno uh 01 well noiu'i to make tri; w II ci i ere for the affair in t neld Mr Sisenweitt il too 11 will t' e Odi1 ot it n the miffr of nuinittj a fpsfr lal trun fion as teld to Samdusky to irin4 lodge members their 'an il es who de'ire to attend conveition ml It was ed thit a special train wouU raneeiJ for buslners sessions of tin lodge wi 1 be held at Ott Temple in this city ment featuros will all _ Point The local gsnenl barge of tbe will nxet Sontay trpected that yngmt lw tki days sesslo. and ouOmi apM tttSt SF4PFR1
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