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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDU SKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 223 tURY WILL DECIDE TOTf-ft THF I) iFGI F 1 iiu is lu Judge Kinkead Over-rules Mo- tion To Instruct Acquittal Verdict 5ANDUSKY MEN TAKE STAND FOR DEFENSE fitnesses Tell Of Honesty. Of .Sergeant-at-Arms On Trial COLUMBUS, O., June case of Rodney J. Diegle, of San- dusky, senate sergeant-at-arms, will not be knocked out on tj'ie technical points raised by the de- fense. Judge E. B. Kinkead this morning overruled the motion of the defense to instruct the jury to return a verdict of "not guilty." This means that the defense must submit its evidence to the jurors. Arguments on tj'ie motion had con- tinued for two days. The jury was called in as soon as the decis- ion was announced and the trial proceeded. In his decision, Judge Kinkead that as' there was evidence of ularity going on in the legisla- the state was perfectly justified laying a trap to catch anyone and that the testimony thus secured, in- eluding that of the dictagraph, was valid_againsi_those Involved. Senator John N. Stockwell, was the Iflrst witness for the defense. He [was chairman of the senate insurance JURY TO GET CASE FALLS 15 FEET; SLEEPS. ST. MARYS, 0., June Fischer, 13, in his sleep walked from a second-story bedroom win- dow, falling fifteen feet to a grav- el walk, where he was found still sleeping. When aroused he was found to be uninjured and prepared to go fishing. 'Before retiring he had been lee- i tured for accidentally breaking a piece of furniture. He dreamed he was pursued by an enemy. HEAD OF BAPTIST WORLD ALLIANCE Trust Said to Control Seventy Per Cent Of All Available Unmined Ores NO INFORMATION IS GIVEN CURTISS FLYER HERE BDT DOES NOT FLY AT RESORT SUFFRAGISTS ACTIVE: BAKER HELPS CAUSE Aeroplane Engine Refused Transportation To Cedar Point Wednesday Meeting Here Was Biggest Yet Held In The State URGES EQUAL SUFFRAGE FLIGHT MAY NOW BE STARTED IN THE CITY 'Herbert Knox Smith Sends Re- port of Investigation To The President, LOCAL SIGNIFICANCE. Developments in the Diegle trial at Columbus, Wednesday, took on added Sandusky interest with the calling of Sanduskians as char- acter witnesses for the defendant. It would be no surprise if former political differences are aired be- fore f.he end is reaqhed. A ques tion asked of William Dehnel con- csrning an alleged conversation cr with W. H. Reinhart was consid- ered significant. Mr. Reinhart, who was in Sandusky, deplaned in to a question that he had not ben subpoenaed as a witness and did not want to be. committee, to which the Cetone- fVVhitmore insurance bill was referred, and of which Senators Cetone, Ruff- ian and Dore were members. The defense sought to show by this vitness that Cetone and Hoffman had fried to have the bill acted on favor- ably before the appearance on favor- detectives. There were num- aerous. objections by the state but the Iwitness was permitted to state that ICetone was the author of the bill and pat Huffman and Cetone had spoken to him before April 2G, asking for a neeting of the committee to take ac- ion on the Cetone bill. Judge A .B. A'orris, of Marion, for- tterly on the common, pleas bench and a circuit, judge on the third cir- cuit; 'was called as a character wit- ness fSr Diegle. The state objected many years, and that his reputation was as the others stated. Other witnesses were also asked concerning his character and said that it had never been questioned. The statement of Attorney Connor that the note left by Senator Andrews at the Chittenden for Detective Har- rison would acquit Andrews has proved a startling development. "That note left at the Chittenden for Harrison by Senator Andrews will acquit this was the surprising statement made by Connor. This is the first direct information disclosed by Diegle's attorneys, as to what their defense is to be. The note, stating that Andrews was leav- ing Columbus for his home in Iron- ton, and would return and see Har- rison Monday, was left at the Chit- tenden with the clerk for Harrison, it was signed by Andrews, and it was admitted by the defense that the note is genuine. It also stated that Andrews had gone to the Neil house through a (Continued on Page 2) WASHINGTON, June no advance information has giv- en out of the report by the bureau of j corporations on the steel trust, it is i understood here today that the report Dpnipc will show that tone trust controls uii-, mined sixty percent of all the steel business manufacture; seventy percent of the rail, ninety percent of i the tubes, and eighty percent of the If Susan B. Anthony, the patron saint, of the woman suffrage move- ment, had been alive, it would have made her heart i-'-joiee to see the outpouring of her followers here Tuesday afternoon, and to have list- ened to the plausible addresses by some, of the best known men and wo- j men in the stale. Dr. Stuart MacArthur. of Xew York, i Mrs. Anthony's memorable slogan was unanimously elected president of, "Failure is was tlior- thc Baptist World Alliance at its con-j oughly exemplified in the confident vention in Philadelphia. tones of the speakers. Beyond doubt the meeting nf "the four hundred" at the Point was the greatest gathering i of suffragists ever held in the state. On the program were Emma S. Olds, great of the I-ady Maccabees; Mrs. Pauline Steincm of To'cdo. an influential member of the order: Mrs. 'Harriet Taylor I'pton, of Warren, a witiy speaker known all over the state, and Mrs. Isaan Sher- wood, of Toledo, the wife of Con- gressman Sherwood, an important figure in the house of representatives. And in the male representation, gallantly supporting the votes for women, were Newton D. Baker, city solicitor of Cleveland, and the pro- bable next mayor of that city, and Received Atten- Millionaire Sued For Divorce sheet iron and tin plate of the coun- NEW YORK, June Xes- itry; that it dominates the coke and bitt Thaw who is living in retirement Dr. William G-uitteau, of Toledo, su- perintendent ot" the public schools of cement business, influences railroads in a west side apartment house, today educators in the state. And if aiavor through an un- denied that ghe had been the Brand Whitlock of Toledo, "could i manufacturers maintains all steel   wiser than all the people, and I deny that any govern- ment has the right to deprive women of the right of suffrage, as they con- stitute an people. important part of the "If woman suffrage kills the United States, and destroys it as a republic, (Continued on Page S) KITTANING. Pa.. June wome mourners were injured in a paniv caused by a severe electric storm during the funeral of George Serene at West Kittanning. The mourners were filing out of the house to take carriages for the ceme- the Contract, It Is Said, Called for Nothing Doing There was no aeroplane flight at Cedar Pojnt Wednesday after- noon and if any people, relying upon the announcement that thera would be a flight went to the re- sort to see it, they were disap- pointed. Whether there will be any more flights this season can- not now be stated. AcTordins; to information published in advertisements in outside papers, there were to have been flights every Wednesday during the season ai. the report. The. same information waa published in a local paper, ft was un- derstood that there was a contract be- tween the resort company and the Curtiss company for such flights. Cur- tiss himself tr> make the first flight and other aviators in his employ t.o follnw 1'mm m Tt ?.'3fi to be a part of the free entertainment for big conventions offered by Manager Boockling. Charles C. Witmer, a former Sandns-. ky resident, and now one of Curtiss' leading aviators, came here Monday to- :fr AEROPLANES FOR ARMY. ______ WASHINGTON, D. C., June 28. was today made by the war department that every army post in the country re to be supplied with an aeroplane and instructors from the new army training school at College Park. make this week's flight Just what happened is- not known but it is said Witmer was informed that' there would be no more flights. Whether or -not a contract wjfh the Curtiss "com- pany would be -binding is not known. If such a contract has been broken a legal action may result. The statement was made Wednesday advices were" being kwaited from Lincoln Beachey Thrills Crowd Of At Niagara by Daring Feat NIAGARA PALLS. N. Y.., June The feat of Lincoln Beachey, last) driving his biplane o'ver Ni-i agara Falls and then under the bridge Lu far down the river, is generallv ad.j the Curttss headquarters m New iork mitted today to have been the "most iand that a representative would prob- thrilling and spectacular eoire here' but at the resort of' ever seen in the air. His audience! !t was Bald he had numbered fully people Wltffier's to be used in his- It was the "first time that a bird! arrived bv exPress Tuesday ev- man had cut through the swirling !lni-nK> tc' at Cedar currents of air, through the M'bien U was at the clouds and leaping foam caused hpre> U was refused- employes LE VEDRINE WINS which an inquiry could bfe made. Fi- nally, however, action came. NEW YORK. June 2S.-Pure opium valued at enough to bring dreams to all Chinatown, was found in cellar in-tbat James A. Norton, of Tiffin, said that reputation for honesty and ntegrity was good. Norton is an ex- iongressman. William Dehnel, vice-president of he Cedar Point Resort Co., and a ,Miss minutes with hatpins. "He told me that he loved me and no one else, and that he was going to make me his said the girl after her capture. "I believed him until I learned he was married and Point company, had handled large de- posits for the company, and that he aad always found his reputation for and integrity good. He was lisked if he had not talked with Wil- H. Reinhart of Put-in Bay about, jpiegle and stated that he had not. j George C. Beis, of bandusky, said j piat he had known Diegle for a great! me and I determined to kill him." Chines Chone-1 rested on the charge of having the drug in his possession. stepdaughter, Helen Rumball, 13. The child is said to have beaten unconscious because not milked as many cows Rumball wished and then still unconscious was hun.'i j neck from a rafter ri aged r ROUDAIS, France. June i UDTH Oy' i i i_ .1 i the cataract and rapids that have! decllnins to convey it to the resort on lured so many to death. One hundred I lured so many to death. j Throngs on the American and Ca- nadian shores gazed with fascination j at. the aviator as he rose to a heistu c on t nday, the. daring of about feet, twice circled'" a-' the bay to the resort, hove, the cataract, and then made the beach, thus ful- long swoop toward the narrow Pass-; contract. If such a flight is Til on ft Q tin n i-in f -iTi-Iil _, u inner could not be seen Wedn.es- day if was said that a plan wa3 "nt''-r to make a flight in this made due announcement will be made while i the THE WEATHER the child committed suicide age under the bridge. His biplane; came racing over the horseshoe JTH attract a large view for an Tnr crowds af tre resort, it is ise to 'ulve not :ls 'are? as were race which consisted j water. It seemed almost to skim tho of the flight from Brussels to this _city. This stage was won by Lc Verlrine who mate it in 56 "min- e she had I aviators today completed the I po low that it was lost to vie 3 as ?'fr? I''' staSe of the four-nations Par- j instant and then winged clos utes. m-fifim MAX IS rOXTICTED NEW YORK. June j Rc-ichman. formerly president of the I Carnegie Trust company, was today convicted of ma king false returns to the state banking department. He will be sentenced tomorrow. Forecast: Fair tonight, Thurs- day fair, warmer. Temperature at 7 a. n> en d 51 grees. Temperature one year ago 65 degrees. Sun vises Thursday at. a rn. and sets at p. m. (stand- dard Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, 20 miles northwest at 4 day afternoon. "The Rose In The Ring" will soon IDG here best offering ever made by a newspap- er in this section, Watch for the announce- ment, water as he made the bridge passage Reachey continued on down the gorgn almost to the whirlpool rapids, clear- ing the water by not more than thirty feet before soaring aloft again. To add to( the difficulties of Beachey's fiigh't, a light rain began! to fall as he took his seat, in the Di- plane. "it was the most exciting trip of my said Beachey after he landed safely, "t shut my eyes as 1 Hew toward the arch, for into my faee the spray cloud of the watcrfafi MARION, Ind.. June Simon was driven as descended into Capt. Rrisbie, the two aviators gorge. was fearful that I might: who" wern arrested because they did strike, but they tell me I took it in net fly as advertised were released to Soar and ey Is Refunded To Infur- iated Spectators a beautiful manner. I arn .clad not to have disappointed such an appre- ciative crowd." "PATHETIC RELICS OF DEAD IvTEN AMIDST WRECKAGE OF BATTLESHIP MAINE; LATEST PHOTOGRAPH OF ONE-TIME WARSHIP STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, June the rst time within the memory of the ildest frequenters of the federal capi- .01 the United States senate is without leader. The lack of leadership on both ides of the chamber is strikingly in ontrast with former days when both ides yielded readily to the party lash political lines were susceptible of drawn so closely that any ele- mathematician, with a pencil ,d pad. could figure in advance with Inmost exact oeriainty the result of a bll cal! on any given political propo- jiiion. 'Partisanship in the senate has in- e'led fallen upon parlous times. Bell- ethers have gone entirely out of tyle. The figure of speech most coni- ly used these days in describing senate's utter indsfSriiteness of lurpose is "a ship without a rudder." 7 Washington correspondent has orn 'that- trite old phrase threadbare Jthin the last week or so. Senator Penrose has demonstrated the most conclusive way during the st ten days that he is a leacter who annot. of the fi- ,ance committee he is the titular suc- r.essQr to Senator Aldrich but his ele- vation to the leadership is in name 1 only. As an alleged leader he is a dis- i appointment t.o majority senators gen- f rally and especially to the reaction- jary clan that found Senator Aldrich such a magnificent and successful bell- i wether. Only in the defeat of the Root amendment d-id he show any and that, achievement was con- trary to the wishes of the old guard. Penrose was unable yesterday to prrure an agreement, to vote on the reciprocity bill July 24. Senator La objection prevented it. Likewise senator Smoot. of Utah. I prevented -by his objection the setting j of a date for a vote c-n the free list j and wool revision bills. The rules of the senate make this possible al- i though most of the senators are an- xkus to reach a voie soon. A physi- cal endurance contest may result, the i senate convening at 10 a. m., and re- maining in session until late at night. j This may force an agreement to vote. There is no change to escape a vote on the bills as they now been taken from the committee. When the first severe test of Pen- rose's leadership came he showed his utter inability to handle the situation (Continued on page 9.) from jail today after they had re- ilinoed. the price nf arimissin-n tn eryone who had bought tickets for th8 aviation meet. The two refused to YORK. Pa.. June one of the fly both Monriav and Tuesday because June elm-trie storms a sinsU? of j ot- hisll wintis and thc spectators liKhtinns killed sixteen steers on the; threatened to wreck their machines farm of H. Clay Whitefoni, near ns a consequence. To prevent this they were arrested. UIDBSilNIMI The terrific nature of the two explosions that sent the Maine to the bottom of the harbor at Havana, is proven by this picture. As will be seen, the forepart of the ship was demolished, to say nothing of the de- struction wrought elsewhere. This picture is of particular interest, inasmuch as it is the first that shows the parts below what was once the bridge. It was through these ports that entry was recently obtained into the wreck, and some human remains and the broken sword supposed to belong to the captain of the ill-fated cruiser were recovered. General Blxbey, in charge of the work, says the real cause of the explosion will nev- er be known. What the officials of the Imperial Skirt Hiid the police think an 'attempt by Cleveland strikers ;o in- (iiK-f til--- employes of the imperial h'-rr' lf> quit in sympathy the gf-neia! strike of garm-nt tnari" morn- in.c by t'onr men. ali paid to from 0> sirous of pivvoniins; any trouble at thi'- plant, the ofticinis of company t'u1 men admit- tar.f.'c .iil'i were back-u up in their stand by the police. Police watchtd the plant Wednesday and threatened to mak'1 am'sts of any strangers seea hauling a'xiut the plant. Thf inineria! Skirt Co. was located in Cleveland whenp it gave employ- ment to a large force of employes. When the strike was declared and troublo became imminent, the officials; decided to leave Cleveland and they i leased the Link building at the corner j of MoDonough and Market streets here j for their factory. Considerable ma-1 chinery has already been installed and between 25 and HO employes are now! at work. Most of them are Cleveland! girls who were, so the-officials jsatisKrd with the wage scale and who' (desired to remain at work its long as. they were not molested by strikers. We.dmstlav morsiipg four men were i hangins about the slace. Later, i sr> it is said, they sought admittancg to pi.'.in. They were recognized, it i> dainseri, ns Cleveland strikers ot strike and were refused 1 a-unittatuif. Later n poiice officer waa called :mf! the nvn were taken to tha t-r-ntral suttion. They admitted that w.intcd to see sftrue of the. em- ployes, QiK-stinnpii as to- their pur- pose, of the men said they desired tr> th.-> sirts to go back to Chief Weineates t'npi-eupoa onierefi the men to remain away from the plant and he warned them that they would be arrested if they con tin- ued tactics. After the men left the centra! station. Chief XVeingatea Officer David to do guard duty at the plant. The officials of the company say thai they intend to make Sandusky the per- luanent home of their business and at they expand, will either build Or buy a larger plant. This, they say, largely upon absence of trouble with strikers from other citi.es. Local socialists Tuesday evening aclcntert a resolution declaring that' the acceptance of employment in the plant here will have the effect, of the company to rtfipress rf csiiy.'.fiyi'K in Clcvrland and urging s not to accept INEWSPAPERr NEWSPAPER!   

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