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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        THE HOME PAPER. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. f FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 196 MAN HATCHES EGGS. _____ CINCINNATI, May land has a human .incubator in Jacob Zeitz, who, after three hays at the task, has added forty-two Plymouth Rock chickens to bis possessions. For three days he lay in bed with sixty eggs grouped around him with a heavy blanket as covering. His four hens had been stolen after setting IS days. V :light From Capital By Unex- pected Route Kept Secret For Hours 3ANDITS OUTWITTED BY THE AUTHORITIES Wadero Calls Upon People to Support De La Barra, New President, VERA CRUZ, May 27. and nerve-shattered, former Pres- ident Porfirlo Diaz today boarded Hamburg-American liner, Ypiranga, and will enjoy a junket along until Wednesday, when he wilf sail, for Spain. It is believed 'the coast trip will strengthen him sufficiently to en- able him to make the trans-At- lantic trip to Spain where he will become an exile. Aftera out .the impres- ion that be" was too ill to leave the apital. Diaz slipp'ed out by an obscure LIE! IN BUM Dreamland Park At Coney Is- land In Ruins As Result of Fire ANIMALS GAINED FREEDOM. Nearly All of Capt, Ferrari's Collection Shot After Es- caping Into Crowd, NEW YORK, May which threatened the complete destruction of Coney Island was finally gotten under control at 8 o'clock this morn- ing but not until after Dreamland, oad. 'Only a few trusted friends ac- {tne biS amusement park, had been ompanied him. So carefully were the arrangements j lade for the abdicated president's se- ret escape; that the news clid-not leak I o'clock. completely destroyed. The big tower there which could be seen for miles by incomming vessels, fell about 3 MANUEL MAY REGAIN SEAT ON PORTUGUESE THRONE THROUGH ROYALIST UPRISING WHICH IS EXPECTED TO TAKE PLACE SOOA until due less o apprehension Of popular outburst aan to a desire to reach 'Vera Cruz efore marauders along the route oiild learn of the trip. Travel- betsseea Mexico' City and 'era'Cruz is usually over the Mexican ailroad, gauge line with Nearly all of the animals of tain Ferrari's animal show, the sec- ond largest of its kind in the world, "had to be shot when they escaped into the crowds. The loss is Lives of people were endangered when the animals from the Ferrari show broke loose. I THE WEATHER Forecast: Fair tonight and Sunday. Temperature at 7 a. m., 72 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 53 degrees. Sun rises Sunday at a. m. and sets at p. m.; rises Mon- day at a. m. and sets at seis at p. m. (standard Maximum wind velocity, for 24 hours ending at noon today 12 miles east at Friday even ing. nodern equipment. Rails along this j leopard and bear were shot by police- oute, however, frequently have been amoved of late by bandits, who v etermined that Diaz, for reasons, best nown to themselves, should not leave he capital. are reported to have arbored the idea that Diaz would fol- ow the precedent of other Latin- American presidents and. carry the na- lonal funds with him. There is also narrow gauge railroad to the coast, "aking it for granted that Diaz would ake the more luxurious route, the andits did not molest the narrow auge road. For this reason, it was hosen by Diaz for his trip. A bar- owed automobile was used to travel o the station. Police were scattered long the way.. Three trains were used. The first fas a .pilot. The Diaz special fol- owed. A. third train occupied by a etachment of the Twenty-fifth antry, brought up the rear. The cars f fugitive's special were -occupied follows: First car, Gen. Diaz nd Mrs. Diaz. Mrs. Romero Rubio De "eresa, Col. Porferio Diaz, jr., a son; Lorenzo Elizaga and their fam- 'ies. Second car, Gen. Fernandino lonzales, Manuel Gonzales, Col. Santa iruz, Maj. Espinosa, v Rondero. Third ar, Francisco S. Garcia, Ignacio De ia Garita and a kitchen crew. The rains ran without orders, for fear the andits along the line might tap the nres and get news of the flight. 4adero Hailed As Savior Of Country JUAREZ, 'May by ev- ryone as the savior of the country, ren. Madero is today being made the ffairs of honor. Last night he was iveji a reception by all the citizens f this city. Mondaji night El Paso nil give him a publre dinner. Tues- ay night he will 'he entertained here by the United States army, of- (Continued on Page Six.) Joilar Diplomacy In Honduras Would Aid Morgan Syndi- cate In Big Deal. Star-Journal Bureau, Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, May de- veloped today that the Honduran ;reaty, which is: supposed to be the atest wrinkle in international high finance, has struck a mighty Wg snag in the senate committee on for- ;ign relations. Although Secretary of State Knox and J. Pierpont Morgan jre on the anxious seat and each is pressing in his own sphere of in- 'luence for early 'action on the treaty, t is stated by those who have inside nformation as to this very interest- ng situation that the treaty will lot be ratified before July when :he options taken by the Morgan syndicate will expire. Secretary: Knox evidently is deeply ioncerned over the outlook as he ap- peared before the foreign relations :ommittee in private audience and irged that the committee lose no Ime in reporting the treaty favorably o the senate. It seems that unless he senate ratifies the treaty by July L the arrangement by wliich that em- nent financial genius. J. Pierpont Morgan, was to take over the nation- al debt of Honduras ami recoup him- self through the recipts of the Hon- n customs houses will fall :hrough. Even if the committee were to report favorabl at once it is ioiibtful if the treaty could be put hrcuhg ths senate in five weeks and he committee itself is disinclined to ict, notwithstanding" the impassioned jlea of Secretary Knox. At the private meeting Senator William Alton Smith of Mdchigen, (Continued on 5) men, a block from where they were liberated. Policemen, chased one lion for blocks, emptying their revolvers into it without effect, but finally suc- ceeded in cornering it and splitting its head open with an ax. A big baibboon with his coat on fire was shot down just as it reared itself on its hind legs to attack the firemen who were trying to save it. In all, seventji-nine animals were killed. Six tiny babies in the 'baby incuba- tors were wrapped in blankets and carried to safety by one .policeman. The flames were first seen at the. lower end of the park next to the ocean and spread rapidly, fanned by a stiff sea breeze. The season at Dreamland and the other big Coney Island parks opened only last Saturday night. Incendiaries Cause Big Loss. DUBTJQUS, la., May of in- cendiary origin started in four differ- ent parts of the city at the same time today inflicted a total loss of the bulk of which fell upon the lum- ber district. Two unidentified men are already under arrest, suspected of being the firebugs. Boy Burns Six Horses. YOUNGSTOWN, 0., May Schuller, 10, of East Youngstown, ad- mitted to Deputy Fire Marshal Peeb- les last evening that he had started the fire in East Youngstown last Mon- day which destroyed five houses, did damage and threatened the lives of 100 people. The lad said smoke from one of ____ .__ the houses disturbed his sleep. The ecipient of numerous father owned two of the build- ings destroyed. Owing to the youth's tender age, he has been turned over to the probation officer. LISBON. May are) complete for a general uprising of Royalists all over Portugal, and ev- ery effort will be made to regain the throne for King Manuel, who is still in England with the queen mother. Amelie. Lisbon is the stronghold of the republicans and forces of dis> order have long been rampant in the capital. Robberies and house break- ing are of almost daily occurrence, and the authorities seem powerless. Arms are at a premium and the de- mand for foreign flags, especially British, reveals an unexpected num- ber of citizens who .claim foreign pro- tection. At Oporto, all business is at a standstill, and dangerous encounters are reported between strikers and military. Inland bound vessels have hoon srnpriPfl__The custom hmisp. is occupied by republican guards, and all work is paralyzed. GHOTBUDF Says Roosevelt, At Morgan's Suggestion, Was Buncoed In Allowing Merger. WASHINGTON, D. May 27 RYAN HAS BOIL; THAT'S ALL NEW YORK, May that Thomas F. Ryan, the multimillionaire Before the house committee probing the steel trust 'and with John W. Gates testifying, Congressman Stan- ley today succeeded in establishing statements contradicting at every point the famous 'Roosevelt letter which explained the absorption of the Tennessee Coal Iron Co. as a bene- ficent act of the steel corporation to prevent a financial panic. Gates said Roosevelt was merely 'buncoed by the financiers. The house commitee of eight mem- bers today began its probe into the steel trust and Gates was the prin- cipal witness. The committee is ar- ranging to call Judge Gary, of the United States Steel corporation and a large .number of other captains of industry. Considerable fear is felt that Wall street operators will take advantage of the uncertainty caused by the probe to manipulate stock quo- tations. Gates related to the committee the manner in which Roosevelt was in- duced to allow the steel trust to ab- sorb the Tennessee Coal Iron Co. in order to-avert a panic----Hfi_said_ii was J. P. Morgan's suggestion that this be done and that Morgan loaned the money necessary to avert a panic aft- er the absorption had taken place. AKRON. 0., May his wife and child waiting in Italy for him to traction magnate, is seriously ill, were earn enough money to bring them to set at rest today by his physicians who i America, Vito Giloto. 36, died in tl-.o issued a bulletin declaring he was I City hospital as the result of in- only suffering from a -boil on the leg. I juries received by A WOMAN'S RIGHT. PITTSBURG, May jury sitting in. Judge John C. Hajimak er's court has decided that a wife has a perfect right to sleep with her head at the foot of the bed and her feet resting on her bus- band's face, if she wants to. Mrs. Stella Derringer sued W. B. Der- ringer, a wealthy wagon manu- facturer, and said he repeatedly punched her. Derringer testified that his wife took delight in sleep- ing with her feet on his face. He assured .the court that she had done many other things but he had not complained. Illinois Man May Want to Save Friends As Mew Probe Is Assured WASHINGTON, May 27. With every indication that the senate Mon- he cannot allow his friends to be ex- posed to the entire country for the part they took in his election and will have to resign to protect them. Prosecutor To Hurry Action In Matter Of Publication Of Examiners' Report. Because the attorneys for Auditor Deist were not ready to go ahead with the trial of the mandamus suit brought by Prosecutor Hart to compel the pub- lication of the county examiners' re- port, the hearing was postponed by mutual consent until early next week. At that time, Prosecutor Hart, by fil- ing an alternative writ, requiring Au- ditor Deist to show cause why the re- port should not be published, will has- ten the case to an issue. John Bragg of Parkertown, said Sat- urday morning that he would make a compkte and specific answer to ev- ery charge made in Commissioner Riedy's statement published in the Star-Journal. He declared that he had not had time as yet to give it a care- ful perusal. The air was blue in the office of the county commissioners Saturday morn- day will order a new investigation of i ing and all because Examiner Bragg the Lorimer case there is a strong be- j and Commissioner Rieger came to- lief in senatorial circles that Lorkrer jgether in a wordy altercation over the will resign. It is pointed out that; much discussed report. Bragg was looking over some personal property returns when Rieger entered the room and remarked: "I suppose we'd better get the pros- ecutor to O. K. all our bills now, or you ft ill uiakri a ruDorl. I'eutili'lua us A vote will not .be Monday but, it is reached, until mittee on privileges ard elections will be ordered to investigate. Even Senator Bailey favors it. In a burning speech, Senator Borali referred to "deplorable 'conditions" in the Ohio general assembly. West Virginia, Too. CHARLESTON, W. Va., May 27- They expect him to be about in a few days. motorcycle driven by is now under arrest struck by West Virginia legislature is to- jy Earl Reed, who facir-S a bribery investigation as i- the result of definite steps MRS. J. BORDEN HARRIMAH SEVERELY INJURED IN AN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, New society leader, was severely in- jured when her automobile turned turtle at New Brunswick, N. J. She had been inspecting a farm for tuberculosis, which she is assisting in operating. the result taken at a secret meeting of members of the legislature last- niig'ht. The investigation will probabhi be made in the United States senate and will probe the secret senatorial caucus held last January when Watson and Chiltoii were nominated for United States senators. Secret agents are said to have-worked up the case. ASHTABULA, 0., May Ellen Callahan dropped dead in St. Patrick's church at Thompson, O., while she was attending the funeral of her husband's Callahan. brother, Michael to pay the money back. Bragg, you filed the worst report ever made in Erie county and consumed lots more time than necessary." To this Bragg replied hotly: "That report was right. At least we did not present any vouchers for ditch work for time which we did not. put iii." Then they separated without any- more words. MRS. SCHENQK BROKEN HEARTED FOR BABES WHEELING, va.T May 27 That Mrs. Laura Farnsworth Schenck is dying of a broken heart because she is not allowed to see her children, is the contention here today of her attorneys. They will, on Monday, ask a modification of the court order that will permit her to see them. LA PORTE, Ind.. May Adams, 22, of Cleveland, eloped with pretty Ednol Mencer. 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mencer. THOUGHTS ARE OF THE BLUEi THEY WEAR GRAY Special to The Star-Journal: COLUMBUS, 0., May is a. bit of pathos in the Memorial cele- bration that will take place tomorrow by Walled City Camp No. 1, and the program which has just been is- SDSd, printed with blue ink on gray paper, is rather a grawsome momento of what is certain to be a sad occa- sion. Walled City Camp is made up of the veterans of the civil and Span- ish-American wars, who are prisoners in the Ohio penitentiary. For the first time they will hold a memorial service in the chapel of the prison tomorrow. They would like to hold it on Tues- day, the regular day set apart for memorial observance, bat great state of Ohio needs their work on that day, and if they would honor their dead comrades it must be done on Sunday. Over a hundred veterans are con- fined behind the gray stone walls of the Ohio state prison. Half of- these are men who sacrificed their homes and lives during the trying days from '61 to '64. They emerged from the bat- tlefield in safety, but for some offense. some violation of the laws of the great state, they are made prisoners. These unfortunate men have laKen the dimes and nickels sent them by friends on the outside and had the memorial day program printed. On the first page is the roster of veterans in the prison, and they come from almost every county in the state. Their names will be called and the grizzled old veter- 1 ans, battle and prison scarred, will rise in their seats, but instead of wearing the regular blue uniform of the old soldier, they will have on the gray prison garb. Their thoughts will b3 of the blue, but their uniforms of the gray. A musical program will, be rendered, and, just to enliven the oc- casion and take the thoughts away i from the sad to the outside world, there will be some jig dancing by a Spanish-American war veteran, In the I evening an extra menu has been pre- pared for them, and during the day, these veterans will have the right to j receive visitors from the outside. Judge Releases Man Arrested for Selling Ice Cream Cones From Wagon Congressional Redistricting Bill Must Be Read On Three Separate Days SENATE PROBERS ASK FOR TIME EXTENSION Utilities Bill Now Agreed Upon Is Strong Measure And Expected To DECISION IN TEST -CASE Health Board Ordinance held to Be In Restraint of Order Issued, Deciding an important test case, ofj interest in other counties, Judge j Reed, Saturday morning, held that: Ray McDermott can sell ice cream from his wagon in cone form, or in quantities of a pint or more, and that lite leg illation of the board, of health to the contrary is in restraint of trade, and therefore "void." A writ of habeas corpus was issued, freeing McDermott. An order was al- so made forbidding any interference with the sale of ice cream in wagons by the Grimes Candy company, for which McDermott worked. The result is a decided victory for McDermott. The case was argued Saturday morning before Judge Reed, by City Solicitor Steinemann'and At- torney H. L. Peeke, representing Mc- Dermott, "The board of health cannot say arbitrarily that ice cream shall not be sold in quantities of less than a declared the court in handing down the decision. "Such an attempt- ed rule is in unreasonable restraint of trade. Of course, the court can reasonably provide that the ice cream must be kept in sealed receptacles. The board has no more right to limit the amount of ice cream sold than to prescribe how little or how much milk a dealer may sell." McDermott was placed under ar- rest Tuesday at the instance of the board of health on a charge of selling ice cream from a wagon, contrary to a regulation made by the city board. The hearing was scheduled "to place before Mayor Lehrer Monday morning. WASHINGTON, May 27. In a bomb-like speech before the graduat- ing 'Class of the Washington College of Law, Senator Cummins, of Iowa, last night declared that the shadow )f a Is 'hanging over the United States. Within the next twenty years, he declared the great problem of the distribution of ,the wealth of the nation will be set- tled either by law or a gigantk .revolution. ARCHBISHOP .NA3IED ROME. May Francis Prendergast, auxiliary bishop of the diocese of Philadelphia, was today appointed archbishop of the diocese to succeed'the late Archbishop Ryan. STRANDED IN EXILE COLUMBUS, 0.. May will be impossible for the legislature to complete its work on next Wednesday, and it is certain that the session will be prolonged at least one day and maybe longer. An agreement has virtually been reached as to the boundaries in.the congressional gerrymander but it imisv. be read on three different days except when the rules are suspended and this can only be done with the aid of the republican votes. These, according to leaders, will not be cast with the democrats. The senate probe committee will ask for continuing the session until they can determine their right and it seems practically certain that they will be. supported by the majority of the members of the senate who, in direct opposition to the members of the house, want the probe complete. Party leaders agree today-that it will be impossible to adjourn next Wed-; nesday. The legislative conferees reached a practical agreement on an utilities commission bill. The bill, which will be presented to the senate and house Wednesday, is not as strong as the measure which passed the house, but it is a big improvement over the cor- poration-made bill of the senate. Practically all of the conflicting in- terests among the legislative mem- bership have agreed to support the conference bill. The result f9llowed a long conference between the com- mitteemen and Governor Harmon. Tae threat of natural gas companies to withdraw, used in Akron, Cleveland and Columbus, is met by compelling them to abide by the result ia ap- pealing to the commission a rate fix- ed by council. This right of the util- ity to go to the commission is re- tained with the governor's approval. The home rule feature; chief bone of contention on which Senator Join H. of Cleveland battled, has been taken care of by a provision that when the commission overturns a rate fixed 'by council, it shall report back to council, and a referendum may be held within thirty days. The certificate of public necessity feature is restricted to telephones, S3 that competition is permitted with, all other utilities. All mergers are brought within commission control and the house stock and bond regu- lation is restored. No merger can ba authorized until the commission has valued the properties determined the rates to be charged. Further public protection was add- ed to the Wisconsin-scheme--of de- termining the rate basis, by speci- fically exclusive from property of which a return can be asked, all fran- chise or monopolistic values. Utilities and customers have been made guilty of felonies under the bill by certain acts. An amendment made by Repre- sentative Langdon of Warren makes it a felony for a member of the com- mission willfully to overvalue the property of a utility as a basis, for rates. Schimansky's Name Is Drawn Into Nye Case COLUMBUS, .0., May ing in the jury box oa one of the hot- test days of the year, the jurymen in the Dr. George B. Nye case donned their coats and collars yesterday aft- (Continued on Page Six.) Sandusky Is Cool Compared With Toledo And Fremont Help. 5 a. m. 8 a. m. 10 a. m. 12 Noon 2 p. m. 3 p. m. TODAY'S HEAT. .................67 ...................77 ..................79 ................82 ..................85 ..................83 Although the mercury continues to hover dangerously near the record mark for May and the heat was" op- pressive Saturday, Sandusky is a para- dise compared with some places. For instance, the highest tempera- ture recorded hene Friday was 87. In Toledo, at the same time, records for May were broken with a maximum of while the government thermometer at Fremont showed 95. ice lake breezes were effective in Sandnsky, as usual. The "Gather bureau forecasts fair and continued warm. Not evss s. shower is in sight. DEATHS IN Eugene Schmitz. former mayor of San Francisco, convicted is penniless and stranded in Sinaloa, Mexico, where he was interested in a coal mine. He is asking former friends in San Frencisco for money On Which tO gSt Deaths !n Chicago. CHICAGO. May hot up to noon today had claimed deaths during the 24 hows previous. The temperature today is expected to break all previous records for May. rSPAPERf   

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