Sandusky Star Journal, June 16, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

June 16, 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE HOME PAPER. SANDUSKY TODAY'S NEWS TODAY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY JUNE 16, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 213 Iftffidavit Filed By Rodney J. Diegle Starts New Line Of Defense WILL PLACE CROWN ON GEORGE'S BROW (JUDGE REFUSES TO VACATE THE BENCH Attorneys Seek Ruling That It is No Offense To Accept Detective's Bribe COLUMBl'S, 0., June cations today are that attorneys for the indicted legislators and others in the bribery expose, will resort to possible expedient to escape trial. Following the ov- er-ruling of a demurrer and re- fusal to quash an affidavit of pre- judice was filed against Judge E. B. Kinkead on behalf of Rodney J. Diegle whose trial is scheduled to start Saturday. The judge is al- leged to hare shown bias in the trial of the case against Dr. Nye. Attorneys for the defense are ready to make their real fight on a claim that it is no crime m Ohio for a mem- ber of a legislative body to accept a o-f- bury The Right Rev. Randell Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury, will perform the ceremony of crowning King George V on June 22. McGuire of Tuscarawas. Other wit- nesses include Ccmgri bribe from a detective, -because the I Anfeiaou ol Jj'ostona, C. C. PhJlbrick ALL SUMMER SESSION FOR TARIFF CONTEST STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, D. C., June 16.- "Congress will be in session all sum- roform route. If necessary thfse mo- tibns will be made repeatedly and on every such motion a roll call will be demanded, so that the country may know exactly the senators are (Continued on Page Two.) mer, at least, and verj probably the who are to avoia a revision present session will continue all fall j downward of the Payne-A'di-idi sched- and merge into the regular session uies A motion to discharge a corn- next December." j mjttee is the parliamentary process This startling prediction was made, provided by the rules to get a bill otu by Senator John W. Kern and to those who know the inside of the situation at the national capital it sounds like a tocsin of war. It derives its sig- nificance from the fact that a virile1 and influential element of senate pro- gressives has decided to try to force a general revision of the tariff at the present session of congress and, in the language of General Grant, will hold congress here to ''fight it out along that line if it takes all sum- mer." There is now a determination to open up the tariff revision ball at this session to the extent of forcing the senate to remain in this swelter- ing atmosphere until it votes on all of the tariff measures that the house sends over to it, including the farm- ers' free list bill, the bill to revise the fvoolen schedule, the bill to re- vise the cotton schedule, etc. This determination took fixed and hold WOODEN STANDS BUILT IN LONDON FROM WHICH CORONATION PARADES WILL BE iGF IS Governor Signed Bill Providing Insurance Against Death And Injury. committee on finance had voted __COLU.MBUS, O., June Govea-n- 01 Harmon's signaiuie made a law of the Green bill crating a state insur- ance fund tor the compensation of in- jured employes. This was cousidcied one of the most important measures i J..U i CC> report the Canadian reciprocity bill jbefoie the legislature, and was de- and it presages a long and ammatea n-anded bv organized labor and tariff war After the committee had pledged by" the democratic stete plat- voted out Canadian reciprocity Sen- ator Penrose, the reactionary chair- j under the law, a board of three ar- .man of the pommitfpp, gave out is cmated, to wfiich is given officer is not the lobbyist which he to be. A1 favorable luling on this point by the judge sitting in the cause would quash the indict- unefils and The defendants once placed in jeopardy, could not again be charged with; (he same offense. Hanging in. the balance aie two in- dictments against Representative three against Sergeant-at-Arms ommittee's work i the duty of passing on applications a year. and one each against Senatois I the last grand jury report. The charge (John. Bagan of Dajton. The affidavit aga.insjt Judge Kin.- feead charges that in addition to fa- Vortog the state in practically all rul- finigs he- showed a personal prejudii e (against the Nye attorneys. The basis !for this assertion is that the court repeatedly stopped Nye's attorneys in. their line of questions and interrupt- ed their arguments. Judge Kinkead Is changed with unduf activity in aid- ing the grand jury investigation. Jurymen for the Diecle case and Witnesses foi the defense have been Bummoned. It was announced that only ten of the witnesses arc to substantiate Diegle's character. Four indicted senators haio been sum- moned as witnesses. They are I. B. Huffman of Butler, T Craw- ford of Cai roll, G. K. Cetone of Jlont- gomery and L. R. Andrews of Law- rence. Six other cal'ed aie R. H. Pinnefrock ot Mancn, Fiank T Dore of Seroeca, W'lll'iam N. Shaffer of Paulding. W E. Haas of Delaware, Edgar M. Johnson of Cincinnati, S. B. _ a par- don from the insui recto commander, however, coming before his body was cold. New Insurrection. EL June has agaan broken out in the ranks of the Mexican insurgents forces -vshom Madero left in charge of Juarez. The authorities have refuses u> comply with Madero's oider to furnish men and., supplies for General Villjcen's expedited agninst tne liberals in Lower California and Jcse Oiozco a cousin of General Orozco with 100 men is openlj defying the militruv commandant heie Similar insubor- dination has also broken out at Casas Grandes, Mogales ana otiier border towns To Restrict Monopolies. CHIHUAHUA. Mex.. Jun forms, immediately- affecting 16 millions Sugar Probe Witness Reveals Inside Workings Of Stock Watering of dollars' worth of American pro- pert} in MKUCQ, ha'vp bean an- nounced. Ccve-nor Abiaham Gon- zales declared that under the rew fweign confessions might be regarded as monopolies would not be extended cr renewed, and that every le-gal effort would be made to restrict foreign monop- olies now existing, in Chihuahua, one of the richest states in mineral and timber. The properties are largely controller! by Americans. British and Geiman interests. Americans are the laigost holders. "All Americans who grieved at the downfall of Diaz administration will find that theii grief was well founded." said Governor Gonzales. "For years Mexico has been ex- ploited by foreigners until the-j great body of the people have noth- ing. We weie on the verge of be- coming a nation of paupers. Now all special privileges shall cease, if we open senate to discharsp thp finanpo umbus centennial celebration in 1913, committee from tariff bills that It is the Hudson bill providing for the trying- to- .put to deatbrvia the cnlu- binding-of-thef annual reports of state depaitments. Signing three bills, vetoing one and permitting others to become laws without his signature, Governor Har- mon cleaned up all the legislation him this year by the assembly. THE WEATHER Forecast: Thundershowers to- night and Saturday, warmer to- Tbis is the governor's 1911 legisla- night. tive record: Bills signed, 198; bills al- Temperature at 7 a m., 64 de- 'owed to become laws without action, greps. 49; bills vetoed, 29, bills, partially Temperature one year ago, 67 vetoed, 8. degrees. Tne governor's veto was on the Sun rises Saturday at 3'5S Fmnefrock bill, prohibiting students and sets at p" m. (standard to xot.e ia towns ln wnicn WQ time.) Attending school, unless their homes Maximum wind velocity for '4 are there- K was charged that this bill was put through ait the behest of William L Pinky, democratic or- hours ending at noon today, 15, miles northwest at Thursday 1 afternoon. (Continued on Page Six.) Special to The PORT CLINTON, 0., June grade crossings are to be eliminated here by the Lake Shore railroad com- pany, under the terms of an agreement that has been i cached between repre- sentatives of the railroad and the vil- lage council. Because a new route through the town is to be followed, re- quiring entirely new construction, no expense falls upon the village. Some time ago the right of way was secured for the new route which Is tn- tended to eliminate the S curve, cross- ing the Poitago river some distance above the piesent bridge. People of the village have been divided on the question of permitting the laying of the tracks, at street level or an eleva- tion, some opposing the latter plan on the ground that it would divide the town as by a wall. By agreement now reached, the will oe considerably elevated, and ore will be three subways, one at Fulton street for pedestrians and teams, one at Madison street for pe- dfbtiians onlv, and a third which is yet to be located. WIRELESS CALLS ASSISTANCE TO STEAMER DISABLED JN LAKE; PASSENGERS TAKEN OFF week. Judge Carver on the bench. Glen Raleigh, a negro, was convicted of pocket picking but the judge has not yet pronounced sentence. In the case of the state against Shaw the indictment for assault and battery was nolled and Shaw paid tie 'costs, amounting to over J. H. Southard oi Toledo, defended him. Three di- vorces were also granted. The case of the state against Henry Eberly for as- sault and battery was heard this week. He was found guilty and was held for assault with intent to commit rape. The case of the Elmore Water Co. against the village of Elmore is now being heard. No Final Decision Announced by The B. 0. After Conference LAKE SHORE'S PLAN WOULD AFFECT CITY Raiiroad Men Believe Experi- ment In Train Operation Will not Succeed, Railroad matters of much im- portance to tjhe city claimed the attention of officers of the Busi- ness Men's association and ship- pers, Friday. At a conference with Western Traffic Manager Constans, of the B. O., it was made plain that the removal of the division freight office from this city would mean a big loss to the railroad company. At the same time'it" was reported that the Lake Shore and the Lake Erie Western are considering the plan of establishing a joint Sivis- ion freight office here for the ac- commodation of shippers. CLEVELAND, 0., June 16. The wireless came out in Lake Erie, of the passenger steamer Western States late last night after the steamer had become disabled through the blowing out of an engine cylinder. The steamer s wireless op- erator sent out a call for help, which was responded to by the passenger steamer City of Cleveland n-hich was 45 miles off the South EC i Skoals in Lake Erie opposite VermilicJ, eiiroutL to Buffalo, The accident occurred shortly aft- er the Western States hsd left tlie mouth of the Detroit river, bound for Cleveland. The City of Cleveland caught the message fo" ri'd, and hur- ried to the rescue. Tae two hundred passengers were transferred to the City of Cleveland without mishap, and the steamer continued with them on to TJuftilo. The disabled steamer re. Ont, waiting a tug to tow her to Cleveland. Xews of the accident and rescue! were received in Cleveland by wire- less from the boats. Statistics from the local post office sl'ow that during the month of Mar 47 049 pieces of mail were sent ou! from this office, and pieces were received, making the total number of pieces handled, and May is claimed to be one of the lightest monthhs ol the year. Big Sum Is Being Spent For Decorations For The Coronation Court has been in session here all LONDON, June by the progress already made in the work of decorating for tlite (jotoiidtioii, the far from lovely city will be al- developed ijhat the Lake Shore is experimenting with a plan of train operation which, if success- ful, will take from seven to ten tratrr crews The conference with Traffic Manager Constans did not result in any defiaita understanding but the snippers nave not given up by any means and they have several more "cards to tne lature of which is not now announced. They are still hopeful of having' the removal order rescinded. It is pointed out very plainly that the B. O. has. taken about enough away from San- dusky and that if it proceeds any fur- ther the line will be regarded as little nore than a sidinsr. The shippers had figures showing that the B. 0. -would ;ain decidedly by retaining the office here. A final decision has not yet beea announced. Nothing definite has been announced with reference'to the proposed joint of- fice of the Lake Shore and the Lake Erie Western. The new Lake Shore train operation plan, however, seems to be already under way. Trainmen were informed Thursday that abont seven runs would be changed so that the crews would run through from To- ledo to Colliflwood, leaving but about four Sandusky trains. Heretofore ten to a dozen trains have been made up hpre. the crews running to Toledo and return or to Collinwood and return. Should the change become permanent the men would be compelled to move either to Toledo or Collinwood. The men say. however, that the plan not be found practicable, especially in the winter season, and they are confi- dent it will not be permanent BOY BANDIT ESCAPES FROM 200 ARMED MEN VALLEJO, Cal, June Mel- ville, 19-year-old boy bandit, today succeeding in escaping from 200 armed men comprising three posses who wera Iiim on a iiilHop where fie had been defying them for two days OPERATION CURES MANIA. most transformed within the next few past. He succeeded in worming hia days. While the city corporation has j way on his hands and knees down the i appropriated only for the ex- I pense of decoration and illumination, bed of a dry creek that passed through the cordon of armed men and escaping NEW HAVEN, Conn June 16 it is already evident that the private towards Sacramento. toda-of tbe h bone bring the total up to fully Special designs pressed too tightly eminent artists have produced highly un Mrs H. H. Bard posing effects in Ludgate Hill, Fleet treed from a for- stieeti gt Paurs am} other through which which against her bra of mer suicidal mania and also a noted mania to play on the piano until tnorousMares she would sometimes drop ex- hausted." CHINESE STUDENTS AT COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY FORM BOY 5CCC77 'ORGANIZATION AND WILL INTRODUCE MOVEMENT IN HOME EMPIRE WASHINGTON, June Before the congressional sugar probe com- mittee today, Henry T. Oxnard told how he and his three broth-sirs pocket- ed and the stock of the sugar can it- trust was watered to the same atcoimt by "a Mtle transaction." He said they organized a sugar companv, put- into the plant, watered its stock up to and then sold it to the sugar 'trust for the latter amount, putting the thus made into their pockets while the trust watered nts own stock to the same amount by the tran- saction. An important witness was, Lowell M. Palmer, director of the American Sugar Refining Co. from 1S99 to 1905 and head cf its traffic depart- ment for years preceding that, who quest-lotted as to firing of iprices, of mergers, SILVER GIFTS ARRIVING AT THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON. June hf> stream of gifts arriving at the White House j for President and Mrs. Taft's silver j wedding anniversary Monday, makes it certain that the array of silver will surpass anything ever in any American home In addition to the' SI .000 prese ntof the senate and a i 000 present by the hoube nearly all of' Twenty-four Chinese students oi Columbia university have formed a boy scouts organization, with Hin Wong, the clubs are sending giftScWhich nee-' president of the New York Students' Club, at iVs head. are learning first aid to the iajted, taking scout- "gsarily exceed in value htoge that can 5ng tripsinto the woods, playing American games, studying (lowers and birds ajid learning many other things be sent by private persona, i about. America. Their idea Is to Introduce the boy scout movement into China. their scats visits to the city following the coronation. In the West End, St. James' remarkable for its being converted in- to a bower of floral Casts rppresentmg all of and a host of crowns. Statute Against Trammel Nets Up For Test In Courts 1 B. 0. Peter Ott Had Directed Beauti- fying of Railway Grounds For Many Years. Fishermen all along Lake Brie are i vitally interested in the decision of Judge Reed, in the habeas corpus proceeding brought to secure the re- lease of John A. Allan, fisherman, charged with using a trammel net :a the waters of the bay, contrary to tho provisions of a law passed by the re- cent legislature. The matter was sub- mitted to the court Friday morning and decision reserved. Charles F Mischler. placed on the stand for the plaintiff, declared that there were thirty boats in this vi- The death of Peter Ott at Mansfield cinity alone, valued at from to a few day? aso marks the passing of each, employing from seventy to one of the olriost employes of the B. eighty persons, and used exclusively 0. railroad, a man who many i in trammel net fishing. The number monuments to his flower of and va'ue of the boats used alonsf beds at stations. He is stir-i all Lake Erie on the Ohio side vived by his wife and five children.' be many times (his. it is believed. If one daughter being Mrs. Josephine (Judge Reed holds the law constitu- Herman of Sancusky On 21. long, i tional, and his decision is affirmed by Mr. and Mrs. Ott celebrated their gol-! the higher courts, hundreds of men den wedding anniversary. would be driven out of a proStabla During the last quarter of a century, j business, it is alleged. Mr. Ott had been the official florist of Attorney W B. Guerin, representing the B 0. He was particularly well j Allan, in his argument to the court adapted to this work haung a declared that the law was unconsti- man's natural love for flowers Com- tutional. because its provisions bined with this, was his talent for' unreasonable. In support of this con- landscape gardcmnsr and this made tent'on he cited the testimony of Mr. him an k'eal man for the place. The Mischler, who declared that tram- cities helped to beautify ex-'met net did not catch small Ssh. andE pressed their appreciation by naming was tne least destructive of the six trees for him. Mr. Ott did hfe duty toward his own types of nets in the also declared that if fisherman city as well as others. He served in not allowed to use the trammel net in the city council eleven years, I tbe early could not citcfc i being one of the ablest metnbersr He anything. was given a medal for bemg the old- j Allan was arrested last on tft est German Odd Fellow in the city. affidavit sworn out Came jHe joined tbis lodge in 1S34. being m- j Crossiey in Squire Ittotriehs court itiated into Richland Iftdge. No. 'Crosalev was In 161. In 1S73 he served one year as Friday by Attorney Hritton Jotnt district deputy. In 1865 tho offleeof joinsd the Masoaic Hogaa. SPAPFRf ;

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