Tuesday, June 13, 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio j THE HOME PAPER. THE SANDUSKY STAR- TODAY'S NEWS TODAY I RNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY JUNE 13, 1911, THE WEATHER Poisoning Case at Delaware Al- leged Parade] of Affair At Wheeling SAY ARSENIC'S GIVEE Forecast: Fair tonight and Wednesday, slightly warmer nefdaj v Temperature at 7 a. de- grees. Temperature one year ago to- degrees. lists, Wednesday at a. m. and sets at 7.04 p. m. (Stand- ard time.) Maximum wind velocity tor 24 hours ending at roon 20 miles at Tuesday mom- mg. 4 LAST EDITION NUMBER 210 COMMITTEE OF UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN WHICH IS PROBING THE BUSINESS METHODS OF THE SO-CALLED "SUGAR TRUST? Big Battle Opens In Senate with Many Conflicting Interests Involved. LAFOLLETTE NASA PLAN of grade als) Ex- isting statutes permit c unci s v count> commissioners to r TO STEP-DAUGHTERiagreempnt wu'! a rcu.iod.i 101 tie climinaUon of giade The intent of thp Kennedy brl W.M to this powvr to include intci- urban rail'-oads with tiacks Startling Evidence Discovered In Mysterious Ohio Case Just Developing, DELAWARE, 0., June the securing today of fresh details of the alleged poisoning of pretty 21-year-old Merle Henkle by her stepmother, Mrs. Jessie Way Hen- kle, local officials declare the case is a parallel m many respects of the Mrs. Laura Farnswortji Schenk poisoning case at Wheeling, W. Va. The officials have further as- certained that Mrs. Henkle was a friend of Mrs. Schenk and read the accounts of the letter's trial. Mrs. Henkle was today released on bond furnished by her fathei, B F. Atkinson, a wealthy retired mer- chant of Caldwell, O. Miss Henkle, is still at the hospital, will piob- ably recover. Following Mrs. Henkle's arrest, offi- cials of the state fire maishal's offke arrived today to investigate the burn- ing _of Jjfitjnillinery store here for whfch she was arrested at the time but not identified. It has also as- certained that another millinery store run by her some time previously at Caldwell likewise burned down That he has information which not only will convict, but will reveal a story rivaling that disclosed in the Schenk poisoning case m Wheeling, is the declaiation of Count} Detective B Alatthews, who made the anest, following interviews with the girl in Jane M. Case hospital. Mrs. Henkle, when the warrant was read to her, evinced no emotion She accompanied the detective to the court of Justice of the Peace Arthur J. Favorable Vote on Direct Elec- tion Resolution Ends Long Fight For Refonn, WASHIXCTON. D C. June 13- toda.t in me ot the big _. i Canadian reciproc tv the bill, Gov Har- Four different repoit- f-o-T sucn that wlt.ie iiiterii.br-. Uic finance committee were befrre the IKI thus be included in a i senate one ic-tiirnmg the m" vitn t K- a st-vet o' mad paiaPei 01 adjprtnt I Tho .llsit. bel to tracks on a steam road which wvs, senate for tlie open a crossing. Th i on Qe Canadis mon, is roads w tew rare instance would bo tauccs, stpAin iod.ls.Root amendment but recou rbPi, H PtrVn elimnvunj; one bj LaFollette. dechi- tioT vTitt intpn'Si 8aVe m COnneC" mS the measure unfair to Patrolman Ringholz Captures Thief In Camp Street Groc- ery At Early Hour ATTEMPTED ESCAPE BLOCKED BY OFFICER Cash Drawer Had Been Reliev-t ed of Change When Dis- covery Was Made, More Damage In Mexico Today But No Lives tles Expected. BOOM FOR PRESIDENT? Tho latent so-called trust to come i combine The committee which Ker. T W Hardwick and B. H Madi- under the of the tederal lookm- into its business methods son. from left to risrht, they OI tne Iefler ___ is heie shown Fiom left to right, sit- 'are G R. Malbv, E J Garrett and H MADISON, June n -The llnesuSatlM1 ls> the alleged j ung, they are V C Hinds, J E Ra- M .Tacoway. pies'Vential boom of Senatoi La- FoHette be launched at a ban- FRA'S LOCKS SHORN. quet of "00 progressive republi- cans who meet here tonight to es- _____ tabhsh the Wisconsin bianch of U FACT ATTPO-PA v v 1- r Sin The banqueteis will at least be pledged to suppoit LaFollette BULLETIN: MEXICO CITY, June heavy earthquake shock to- day opened up a new crater on Mt. Colima from which fire and boiling lava are now pouring forth. The quake destroyed the railway station at Colima City, but no one was killed. EL PASO, June battles seem certain as a result of the ex- pedition sent by Gen. Madero to put down the llbeial re-volution in Lowei California. Agents for Magon, revo- 'utionaij leader, today began gather- White, ca'led her attomev, F M American filibustereis here for the riott, arran-gied for bail and walked that will oppose Gen. Villjoen home. She waited there under suiveil- lance until her father arrived to sign the bail pond Miss Henkle is suffering from ar- senic poisoning, physicians The step-mother, charged with administer- ing the drug, calmly and persistently denied the charge against her. John D Henkle, her second husband and father of the handsome girl, is a sphinx. Not a woid would he utter Jealousy is said the authorities to have prompted the alleged poisoning. Economy Necessary For One Per Cent Tax The Reason Rejected who is in charge ol the Madero ex- pedition. All lecruits will be given ?2 a day and transportation to Tia Juana. To protect the property of John Hajs, Hammond, Henry W. Taft and their New York and California asso- ciates, Madero may have an Indian war to fight out m the state of Son- ora. The Yaquis claim lands owned b} the Richaidson Constiuction Co. of Los Angeles and derlaie that prom ises weie made to them to restoie these lands if the) fought with the Madenstas m the late i evolution The Indians declare they were despoiled of these lands b} the government and others, hutments of the Richardson Constiuction Co declaie they have clear titles to acies, either bj purchase from mdnidual owners or thiough giants and con- cessrans. and that much of it has ahead> been sold to innocent home- ate adeis, also that the company has spent seveial hundied thousand" dol- lais constnicting irrigation prises should be protected COLUMBUS O, June ac- tion of Governor Harmon m vetoing the Hudson good roads bill has brought him telegtams of congiatula- tion and of condemnation Inteiestand feeling is divided in respect to the matter and the effect it will have at the next general election. Good road advocates declare that the fafmei will as a man against him, while every other p-eison declaies that his veto will thousands of There is no dcnjing the fact that the 1 per oent tax idea is one of the gieat- est hopes of the present administia- tion, and if it can be successfully put into effect, it will mean incieased strength for Haimon Onh because it interfeied in thib iclna ot carrying out every detail ot the one ier cent law and making it possible, is given as the reason for tho veto The geneial appiopiiation bill has not yet been signed and it is said that the pruning knife wil' be utilized on that to a consideiab'e extent when he has time to get to it This will be done this week and until it is ap- proved none of is available that is appropriated under it for the next two years. Several state depart- ments have been handicapped by the delay m signing it. but everj thing 19 going along smoothly and there is no immediate danger of any of the de- partments quitting for lack of funds In all, nine bil's were and four vetoed by the Mondav. Senator Isaac E canal bill, earning a ?30 000 appropriation for the purpose of survpvmg the canal sjstems of the state with'a MPW to ascertaining the advisability of con- structing a ship canal from Lake Eiie to the Ohio river, was vetoed, as the Kenned} bill creating a criminal court in Lima Harmon ex- plained that he has opposed met eases in the judicial force of the state, ex- cept when there were plain grounds of necessitv, and declared be could sw no necessity for such a court in L'ma. In rejecting- the bill, which was passed in offter to- permit cities to "raise the salaries of'police- men, firemen and other civil, service employes. Gov. Harmon his reason the fact that while the bill ex- empts them from the provisions of the which says that no city employe one by Senator McCumber condeznv mg the measuie, and a re- port approving the original bill but condemning the Root amendment. In the report submitted by LaFol- lette amendments were offered which he declared would reduce the cost of living to the consuming public a year. He declared that Manon of St. Louis, Htibbard, sage of East Auroia, and henU lite R Nick Bertonee aimed here u La% "n special counsel Mr Atkins submitted a statement, ?uVa So oflk" to show that dinina; the company, unloading a stone boat at the Kellejs 1Jf v.hm, 1 -m manufactured moic than 421 island Lime ft Tianppoit Co clods ?r per cent of the total consumption of land after finishing tneir work a- --A. ne} u.PnPI'11 xu' sugar in the United States, while the bout 3 o'clock in the atfernoon, all oeet sugar companies manufactured! went to the Kaiser saloon The 14 per cent. j----- M-ina to toe Star-Journal. 111 June Miss M >i JJK- guerite Bischofi escaped from a con- 3i- the i-iCm; )-eie hc.vp nub-1statcci- but a comparatively short was confened on Di James Joseph with a beer glass Coroner rhp faft that w-er- tlrae ta of New lorK and that of i Knoble found in the dead man s pock-1 doctor of laws on Walter Elliott., et a book with the name "Andy C. S. P. ot Xew Yoik citv Jud- Parance" and the address "Xo By- n son Harmon of Ohio. Sir Charles Fits-' miiler stieet, Mansfield, on it R of Kansas City. j o-ie ot hi- pockets showing that the contempt ipnTircl he consulted his attornr-j and prefer-! 1 red to answer this question j i GPOISO B two of' 'rot to the rharse of having so-j_______________" licitPd bnnps from H. S Bradford" and I Completion of Fremont-Fostor- Tnrnw Immriimlv vj-vrf no.ta.ttot jg Connects LilDB And PAP PfliLf Q lAlt UUiliLO SPEEDY ACTION MAY SA VE NIAGARA FALLS Rf.rtnr WASHINGTON, June 13. wun forty million dollars of capital fight- ing to secure unlimited right to divert Niagara Falls for power purposes and defeat a bill by Senator Burton of Ohio to continue the present restric- tions which expire on June 29, a hot fight is in progress here. The follow- ing statement on was pre- pared tcdav for the United Press: (By RICHARD B. WATROTJS, Sec'y The American Civic Association.) It is up to the American people to assert their ownership of Niagara, inviolate from commercial greed, Falls. I'nles a favorable action is should telegraph their congressmen these cases would be tried as soon as ithe Andrew s-Diegle cases were finish- resolution by Senator Burton stanlev j Harrison firlt assistant sttwmt-at-arms of the senate, indict- f H P w s i-t former Councilman C C. Sel- v h H-S thte of and pleaded not guilty Harrison June 29, when the limitations in the old Burton law expire. WOOSTER, 0. June 13 T, Ing I earnestly request that Americans Of Shanghai.'China, one of the' few students n, Woofcter ur.iveV was declared the winner of tho junior oratorical "onfest Ing's sub- Sandusky The first car over the Fremont and Fostoria the connecting link be- tween Sandusky and points south, 19 expected to be run "Wednesday, dir-x-t from Lima to this city. The new line is about complete, the power has turned on and the cars are in ness. Regular service between Fre- -._T i I W utinui UII I COL, taken Uodnesday by the senate com- and senators urging immediate action was "China's Plea for Just Treat- -f O t t'rt r-. I n-i-i----4- V. n T> __ _L e-ota foreign relations and the joint i on the Burtonr regolulioa. rmant1' mont and Fostoria will be inaugur- ated Thursday. Gangs of- men are now completing the ballasting. Within a short time tt is expected that through will run iroru Fostoria to Lima to duakr oa ragukr