The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE HOME PAPER. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAB-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY MAY 19, 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 189 UtiKties Measure, It Is Report- ed, Will Be Made Good By _ Committee IMPORTANT WORK FOR LAST DAY OF SESSION Record Thus Far Is Best Of any Assembly in Many Years SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS WANTED TO DEFEND LABOR MEN CHARGED WITH DYNAMITING LOS ANGELES TIMES PLANT KTOLUMBUS, O., Maji the house adjourned1 lor the recess at last night and the senate a little over an hour later, six import- ant bills were still not disposed of Tie law-makers will reconvene Maj 31. These are the tig bils pending: Public utilities regulation, now in conference. Yount telephone merger bill, by the senate but which, the house re fused to pass despite desperate efforts of the lobbyists. j Edwaids' taxation bill, mutilated in senate. bill for initiative and refer- endum in cities, amended to greatly increase petition requirements. Kimble corrupt piactices act, with riders attached bji senate. ----_Fulton__eongressionaa redistricting- bill. In addition the big appropriation bills are yet to be passed It today developed that during the closing msh in the house last naght an item was slipped into one of me salaries inciease bills that will raise the salary of Insurance Commission- ei Ed. Moore from to a year. Speaker Viirln? started to oppose it but was- headed off by par- liamenlar) tactics Despite the efforts of certain reac- tionaiy democrats and the almost solid republican mmontj, and the NEW LAWS GIVEN. A list of all the important new laws enacted at this session of the legislature, lacking only the few which will be finally passed upon May 31, is given on page 5. of today's Star-Joiirnal. It is a list well worth preserving. boodle and bribery charges, the ses- sion just ending has enacted more important laws of benefit to the peo- ple than any general assembly in fifty years. Piactically all of the platform promises have been fulfilled There is still to be disposed of pro- bably the biggest of all, that regulat- ing public utilities and the conference committee will meet next Thursday. Indications are that the bill will be a good one when it comes from the con'Vnence committee. It will stringently supervise the issuance of stocks and bonds and will give the commission absolute supervision ov- er all rates except those now fixed by the councils of the cities. An amendment practicallv adopted gives the telephone -companies the right to merge, but gives the com- over any kind of consolidation" or lease, and, protects small companies by requiring that long distance com- panies must serve them. Here are some of the big measures: One per cent, tax limit, non-partisan Judiciary, non-partisan constitutional convention, Oregon plan election of senators, shorter hours for working women, extension of agriculture teaching, central board management of institutions, workmen's state com- pensation fund, election reforms, big state road improvements, civil ser- vice in state Six hundred thousand dollars is to be raised by 'union men throughout the country t o defend the men charged with dynamiting the Los Angelea Times plant last October Two hundred thousand dollars is to be asked of the International Associ- ation of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers for John.-J. and J. W. Mc- Namara. The police have been asked to aid in searching for which, it is alleged, was taken from J. J. Mc- Namara's desk in Indianapolis night he was arrested. MS I) AN MUD PLOT Pittsburg Man Implicates Burns And Erectors'Attor- ney In Dynamite Plot. PITTSBURG, Pa., May Elliott, who, late yesterday, charged that Detective W.. J. Burns had con- sulted him as to the dynamiting of the Corrigan-McKinney plant at Cleve- land and the bridge at Steubenville and implicated Attorney Walter Drew, was this afternoon adjudged insane. No credence is being placed on his story. At the labor temple, Elliott made a statement implicating Drew and John Bushey of the National Erectors' as- sociation, and Detective William J. Burns. Elliott declared he was asked .o place dynamite to wreck eight structures and that he was promised for doing so, but received only 150 He s the dynamite was pur- itodaj ai on the indictments -based and-deliveied" to two men and him with soliciting a hat on the following day the ftom William Cook, of the Trial of And Beginning of Senate Probe Set For Tuesday COLUMBUS, May of Carroll 19. Senator county -ft as ures were blown up. Elliott's story is discredited as, when taken away from the headquar- :ers of the Structural Iron workers, ie made several contradictory state- ments. Drew Denies It, NEW YORK, May Drew, charged by James Elliott of Pittsburg, with having assisted Detective W. J. in a frame-up for the dynamit- ing of the several buildings, mclud-lindlctmellt untl1 morning Ohio Grocers' association He plead- ed not guilty and the trial will be called, later. The senate investigating committee, better known as the piobc, at a secret meeting today de- cided to begin its investigation into the legislative bribery charges next Tuesday. This is the same day that Representative Kye's trial is to be- gin Judge Kinkead reserved1 his de- cision on the demuner to the Cleveland and Sandusky Brew- ery Will Make Many Chang- es in the Structure. but ordeied the case called Tuesday and all witnesses to report on that day. Col. J Slattern, of D peared as a lawyer for Nye Representative Evans appeared in ing one at Cleveland and the bridge at Steubenville. O., announced today that he will at once bring action for criminal libel against Elliott. He de- clai-ed the whole story to be untrue, and said he was not even acquainted j with Burns at the time the various I explosions mentioned by Elliott took f the lndlcted legislators and that of Sergeant-at- Arms Diegle were today definitely set Leasing the Wayne hotel property, at Wajne and Water stieets, from Dr Chailes Graefe, tor a term of ten 3 ears, the Cleveland and Sandusky Brewing company will put in a num- ber of improvements. William C. Dunn, the present man- ager, will remain in charge of the hos- telry. Officials of the company said Friday afteinoon that the character j and extent of the improvements had 'not been decided upon as yet. Tbe lease was placed on file in County Recorder Hartmann's office late Thursday afteinoon. It calls tor a ren- tal of a jear. At the same time, the ten year lease to the Cleveland and Sandusky Biewing company, given by Mrs. Rosma Miller on her Columbus avenue property, known as Rebel Leader Announces Plan To Go To Capital For Conference TO HAVE NO BODY GUARD Join De La Ban a In Reor- ganizing The Government Opposed, EL PASO, May Ma- dero today announced that within the next 4S hours he will go to Mexico City, unguarded, to join with Minister De la Barra in reorganizing the gov- ernment. ''The revolution has 'ie declared "Peace in Mexico is assured and there is no more fighting in sight." The peace terms, Madero declared, would be signed by the time the arm istice ends Monday A new factor, startling and impor ant, was thrown into the already com plicated Mexican situation, when th rebels announced that, peace or n peace, Madero would not accept Gen Reyes in any official position. Three thousand rebels are gathere at Vera Cruz to prevent Reves fron landing if he makes an attempt t land, for which event Diaz is playin for time. These rebels have order TO LEAVE SANDUSKY from Madero to attack the gunboa and captui-3 the old warrior withou injuring him. It is now agreed that Diaz will re sign, but not until after Reyes ai rives. He will take charge of th situation. De la Barra is to be pro visional president, but he will be th tool of Reyes Diaz plans to mak Reyes the real ruler of the republi and neither Madero nor Ambrosii Figueroa will accept Reyes. If by any chance the present plan for peace fail, within hour after the failure Mexico City itsel would be cut off from all outside com munication and invested by the in surrecto army under Figueroa an Chihuahua City also would be nnes ed within "a day or two, according to statement made at Madero headmiar ers. Madero today received a telegra direct from President Diaz announc that he would relinquish the pres idency between May 24 and June 1. not Representative Lowry place. SAY KENYON COLLEGE TOO OLD FASHIONED COLUMBUS, 0, May ap- pointing a commission of five mem- was placed on file in the re- corder's office. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., May Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Schrembs of the Roman Catholic diocese of Grand Rapids appealed by letter to the fur- for next week. Nye's will occur on Friday. NEW YORK, May New York World in a long dispatch from its Washington correspondent declares that the breach between Col Roose-t pproT velt and Taft has been healed and that' Wnhto I Roosevelt is now working for the re- nomination of the latter. The ap- pointment of Harry L. Stimson as' secretary of war is declared to have I TOLEDO. 0, May M. been so pleasing to Roosevelt that in Fisher, assistant agent of the Toledo conjunction with other New York lea- Indiana railroad at Delta, Harry FOR TICKET FRAUDS ders the pledge of the New York del- egation for the renomination of Taft Las been given. WASHINGTON May dent Taft todaj refused to make any comment en the attack made by Col. SAMUEL J. CATHERMAN. Guthrie, H. A. McCormick and Walt- er Bush, all conductors on that road, pleaded guilty when arraigned in Jus- tice Deyo's court at Wauseon on the' oldest railroad mechanics in the Unit- charge of larceny. 'Bush was fined ed States, and famed as the originator. the costs while the others were fined and builder of the first end-door pas- j Sandusk j's residents LaFollette And Old Guard Stand Together Against House Apportionment Bill. oldest and best known Despite his advanced age Mr Cath- erman had up to a week ago been in Star-Journal Bureau, Munsey Building WASHINGTON. May 19 complications arisen which im- penl the fate of the apportionment bul It begins to look as if theie morning fairly good health and had been able elthpr be no apportionment legis with the use of his cane to get about jIatlon at this session of rongiess or the house In February this year he I e bl" the bouse has passed, had suffered a slight stroke the membership of the sis but until a week he had not branch of congress from 391 since been troubled. Then he became'to 433' W1" be as to strike out the increase and the house membership as it stands been retired many any increase, years. Mr Catheiman's mind was i Fnends of the bl11 wn'ch passed the bnsrht up to the last few months of become awarp withm the his life and he could recall the inter- ,st ,y that lnflupnfes a'e esting incidents of the pioneer lavs of' at Vn lhe beneath the rauroadin, in this part of the coun- I BEIKFEiED; GEM Division Freight Headquarters Established Here 15 Year% Ago, Leaves July 1. MORE CENTRAL POINT IS REASON ASSIGNED Thermometer Again Went To Point Friday After Very Hot Night. OTHER CITIES SUFFERING Prostrations and In- sanity Result From Early- Season Heat Spell. TODAY'S TEMPERATURE. 5 a. m. 7 a. m. 10 a. m. 11 a. m. .69 .76 .88 .78 12 noon..................88 1 p. m......................90 2 p. m.....................91.3 3 p. m......................82 Temperatures at noon today: New York, 73; Philadelphia, 89 Baltimore, 92; Richmond. 89; Was ington, 96; Boston. 68; Pittsburg, 90 Detroit, 96; Indianapolis, 86; Chicago 85; St. Louis, 89; Cleveland, 98. While slightly cooler weather promised by the weather bureau fo Saturday, there was little relief Fr day, even though a, light shower cam in the afternoon. It was, in fact, the hottest day of the year with a maxi mum of' 91.3 at 2 p. m. This break the record for the second decade o May, the previous record having been 90 in 1SS9. For three days Sandusky, in com mon with a large section of the coun try, has sweltered. Thursday nigh was one of the hottest in years and probably the hottest May night on record, the lowest point reached by the thermometer being 69, or only 21 degrees below the maximum of thi day. While no prostrations directly due o the heat have been reported, can tion is advised by physicians. Tne ex cessive humidity of the air makes the situation worse. irhnnl rhilrtrpn psnpc-ially CPP! t excessive heat. While the weathei nireau reported a maximum of S9 Thursday, it wai probably 95 on. the paved streets. Babies Died in Cleveland. CLEVELAND. 0., May of the weather bureau today show hat last night was the hottest May light in the history of the bureau The lowest temperature recorded dur- ng the night was 71 degrees. A high- r temperature than attained yester- lay was predicted for today. Eight 'mbies have already died m this city if the heat. Twehe people were dnv- :n insane. The temperature on the treet level reached 95 degrees. Cmci Schools Dismissed, CINCINNATI, 0., May ac- :ount of the heat. school ctul- Sren were dismissed at noon today "wo prostrations have occurred so far 'he temperature at 11 o'clock was SS. steadih v.oise until Friday when the end camp try He worked in the Mad T shops here at the time "The Sandus-' tiio _______, i strike out next wintei or, failing in that, to piovision for an in- trip toe Samuel J. Catheiman, one of the rjnion the costs and each and sentenced senger coach with revemole seate Roosevelt to his proposed arbitration to three months m the Fulton county from which our present-day luxurious treaty with Great Britain and France, j jail. .cars had their beginning and also He made it known however, that he The arrest and sentence of these as the who built the mile-and-a i has recened scores of telegrams from business men and organizations, from all over the eountrj congratulating him upon what he has accomplished j Indiana company by the resale so far tor world's peae. I tickets. o. four men is the climax of an alleged half long bridge which spans Sandus- conspiracy part of some of its ky Bay, died Friday morning at to defraud the Toledo o'clock at his residence. 311 Fulton msfip1 i extra session of congiess which be- Samuel J Catherman was born in' gan Apnl 4. It went directly over county, Pennsylvania. July the senate-committee on census, of At the age of 15 he_was bound; which Robert M. LaFollette of Wis- with'consin is chairman Senator LaFoi- Bellevue, O Af- lette never has called a meeting of "i'ennsylva- his committee to consider it and >t and a sis-, has continued to slumber in a pigeon- and brought them to Sanduskv to hole ever es with him. They i Senator _LaFollette. it has become made" the trip in a covered wagon, lo-I known, is "opposed to an inciease in eating here about the membership of the house of of i street. In two months, he would have i worked in the car shops of the Mad j He thinks the pres- J been 94 years of age. He was one of (Continued on Page Six.) (Continued on Page 2) C, T, Wight, George J, Lew- gang and Others Will Move Regreti Located in Sandusky for than fifteen years, the Baltimore Ohio railroad division freight office is to be transferred to Fos- toria. Official announcement of the change was made by Division Freight Agent Wight, Friday, con- firming earlier rumors. The Fos- tona office will be opened July 1. The Business Men's Association will make an effort to have the offices re- tained here and has already taken up the matter with officials The only reason assigned by the raihoad management for the change is that Fostoria is more conveniently located On the main line of the Chi- cago division. It is now frequently necessary for men connected wifn the office to use other roads to get to various points on the big division. The change is a hlam-to Sanfusky as it will take from the city a num- ber of families. Mr. and Mrs. Wight will make their home in Fostoria and with them will go Chief Clerk J. Lemgang; Traveling Freight Agents J W Malone and R. M. McKee: Rate Clerk Lewis 43. Seitz; Telegrapher P. B. Bell and Assistant Rate Clerk Harry Rhone- house It was stated Friday that Clarence Christobal, Miss Frances (Young and Elmer Malaney, also con- nected with the office, would not go to Fostoria. No one in Sandusky more regrets the change than does Mr. Wight. Wben he found that it coufd not be avoKi- he xvent to Fostoria Thursday and there took a lease on "office rooias la the new Security, building. He Friday that he felt all broken over the prospect of leaving. He has been in Sandusky ever since the divi- sion freight office was established "lh> 1S96. During that time he and Jkttg, Wight have resided continuously ,at the Sloane -House. The office rooms in the Kingsbury block have also been occupied continuously. One of his earliest accomplishments here. was the reopening of the big grata elevator which had long been and he also brought about yard terminal facilities improvements. Mr. Wight said Fridayi that he ai- ticipated no further change Jn the B. 0. business here. The laks coal shipments are not within his de- partment but it is evident that com- paratively little in this line will be done here this season. Mr Wight has been popular ever since he came here and his departure will be greatly regretted. He is a member of Science lodge, F. A, and of the council, chanter and com- uiandery in Masomy. He is also a member of the Sandusky lodge of Slks, being a past exalted ruler, and or two years was president of the State Association of Elks. He is a member of McMeens post, G. A. R. AH of the men connected with office are well known their de- parture will be greatly regretted" THE WEATHER fair local thundershowers tonight or Saturday, cooler Saturday, t Temperature at 7 a. grees. Temperature one year ago degrees. Sun rises Saturday at a. TB. and sets at 6'46 p. m. (Standard Time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 homs ending at noon today 16 miles at 10 o'clock Friday morn- ing. ommissioners And Surveyor Planning Work To Cost This Summer More Deaths in Chicago. CHICAGO, 111. May eaths and over 100 prostrations have Iready resulted from the heat spell vhich started Monday The ther- mometer has been up to P? with an nusual humidity The weather bur- eau today is promisjng ram Washington Reports 105. D C, May 19 Two attempts at su and numer- ous prostrations earl> today marked the hottest da> of the year, the ther- mometer registering Congress found it almost impossible to remain in session. of expense and extent, the work -----__ t greatly exceed that of former years. All of the improvements -will be macadamized or carbo via roads. As they extend for a distance of nearly ten miles, Erie county, it is seen, wlH A total of five deaths and a large num-i be bound to take a long step forward ber of prostrations have been caused in the line of road work. Local and Twelve- country roads be roved by the county commissioners us summer, at a cost of approxi- mately From the standpoint In Milwaukee. MILWAUKEE. May heat continued unabated here today by it since Wednesday. Fear Water Famine. BALTIMORE, May to foreign automobilists will be especial ly benefited. All of the money for these ments will come from the state aI4- fund, from wh'ch the county proveaients would probably be mtttc; County commissioners and the hottest weather that Baltimore' a year. Only about it has had in May for 40 years, the atyj left in the county road fund, and but today is threatened with a this fact, even more extensive famine and suffering is general. FORT SMITH, Ark., May Surveyor Schultz are taking advanti of the oddest incidents m the age of the warm weather, former of aviation took place ?t the dosing to look over the ground .ind the I of the meet, when Jimmy Ward's bi- ter to do the sum) ing work. All plane struck and killed a chicken the contracts for the work are to Iwwk that was fljing in the air about IK as a whole for the fim feet from tbe ground. the history of tfce county. NEWSPAPER!