Sandusky Star Journal, July 17, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

July 17, 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 17, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio [TODAY'S NEWS TODAY ft; X THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY STAR- .1 FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, JULY 17, 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 239 Fifteen Cases and 3 Deaths At Swinburne Island v Quarantine Station DANGER IS ADMITTED BY SURGEON GENERAL Governor Dix Demands Com- plete Report From New York Health Officer NEW YORK, July com- plete report on the cholera situa- tion at this port today was formally' demanded from Health Officer Doty by Governor Dix. The governor was plain- concerned over the large number of cases and deaths grams demanded that a complete statement be mafic as to just how serious the situation really is. So serious has become the situation that experts from the public health and marine hospital service at Washington were today sent here to co-operate with the local quarantine- authorities. There are now fifteen cases at Swinburne Island of whom at least half a dozen are not expected to recover. There" was another death today making it three in the past for- ty-eight hours. _________ Fears a Foothold, WASHINGTON, July there Is- grave danger of the Asiatic cholera a -foothold in this country was declared today by Surgeon Gen- eral Wyman 'of the public health and marine hospital service. He declared the situation to be most serious. Resisting Quarantine. NAPLES. July spite of the most serious situation throughout Italy as regards cholera and which has resulted practically in stopping all shipping the populace here is up HUB IS LOCATED. WASHINGTON, D. C., July 17. center of population of the United States has been located a short distance southwest of Co- lumbus, Indiana, it was an- nounced today. DESOLATION IN PATH OF GREAT FOREST FIRES IN NORTHERN j MICHIGAN; ENTIRE BUSINESS SECTION OF VILLAGE WIPED OUT; THE WEATHER Coffins Arrive Today For the Corpses of Miners Who Met Awful Death BODIES ARE RECOVERED Explosion Caused by Men Striking Into a Small Pock- et of Gas, PUBOIS. Pa., July addi- tional coffins arrived today, making a total of twenty-two that have been sent for the victims of the mine ex- plosion of yesterday. So far twenty- one bodies have been recovered. Twenty-seven men were at work in the mines at the time, twenty-one of them being in the six, eight and nine headings- south. This is where the explosion occurred. The bodies re- covered show that they were killed by the explosion, but the majority had their dinner pails with them and were making .their way toward the main entrance when cut down, pre- sumably' by the afterdamp. There were two sets of brothers and a father and son among those killed. George and John Hook, brothers, were found clasped in each other's while Frank Pave'.iek and -his 15-year-old son were also found in a death embrace. There was no external disturbance at the time of the explosion and it was net known that there was any trouble until the safety door of the fan house blew o.pen. A rescuing party was immediately formed. The scene of the explosion was over one and one-half miles from the foot of the shaft and it took several hours to reach there, as the. track had been torn up and the roof caved in. In arms against the quarantine regula-i .Mine Insnrcrcr Ellas Phillips of tions. Mass meetings of the labor or-j Dubois and Inspector John Byrne of ganizations are being held 'today to j PtinxsutawnEy were early on the protest against what they term the scene and entered the mine with the "Denning up" of the people exposed par-tvv It cannot cholera. Austria Takes Precaution. VIENNA, Julv by the Increase of cholera in Italy the gov- ernment today issued orders for the most vigorous quarantine regulations along the frontier between Australia end' Italy. SHALL SUSSMAN FAY FOR GOOSE'S BOARD? THAT'S WHAT STRAWIARSKI SAYS YOUNGSTOWN, 0., July Whether a goose should pay. board is 6, question that has caused a neigh- borhood quarrel on the South Side .Which Police Judge Brandmiller has been called upon to arbitrate. M. J. Strawiarski found the goose Kvandering about, apparently in eearch of a home, and unable to find its owner, took the fowl home and fattened it up in preparation for a least. But M. Sussman located the bird, which had. learned to respond to fcls whistle and was joyfully making his way home? with his -possession >when Strawiarski demanded recom- pense for the' corn .which he had fed. Sussman refused the demand and the case was taken into eettlement. court for determined what yet caused the explo- sion, but it is believed to have been the result of some of the men strik- ing a small pocket of gas. Every man in that section of-the mine was killfil. there ibeing no survivor to i tell the tale. Forecast: Fair tonight and Tuesday. Temperature at 7 a. m., 65 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 69 degrees. Sun rises Tuesday at a. m. and at 7 p. m. (standard Maximum wind velo'city for 24 hours ending at noon today lf> miles northwest ;it Mondav EXPECT WE IMEUE Governorship Goal of His Back- ers Rather Than Presiden- tial Nomination. THEN CAPTURE SEAT OF SENATOR BURTON Harry Atwood Soon to Attempt Flight From Chicago To New York Ohioan's Boom.Anti-Taft M put thr0ugh thc the distinct and important innovation and lution caliiu? on the attorney general it is causing the politicians to jnformaMon and an explana- note of the new conditions and frame of no prosecutions were un- their plans accordingly. aertakcn ,mti] the status -if limita- Dates for the primary elections in; tipns, maf.> actjoc impo--sib'e. This! the states that have adopted the ar-; js to frands in i rangement for expressing preferences with array coal contracts. for the nominations for president, and vice-president are as follows: Xorth Dakrta. March 19: Wisconsin, April 2: ebraska. April 17; Oregon. April 19: George Dewey. who 'is the admiral of'xew Terser May 28 the United "-States navy and president T During" the next seven or eight of the general board. Togo is the months all eves will be on these popular idol of his nation. He comes to the United States from England, where he represented the Mikado at the coronation of Kir.g In his reply to congress this Week regarding tho Controller bay mix-up. President Tsft will ra! attention to a bill passed by the last congress and signed by him on March 4. giving P.yan the right for which he had i states and particularly on asked fe president and was refused, j kota. which probably will be ths: "e Wll! PUA "P..to wngress hottest battlefield for popular indorse-! of granting the con- sent in both parties, -because of pri-i cession to Ryan wno he claims, does nritv'nf nrinmrr !Iwt tho Guegenhoiras. The George V. last month. When the i ority 'of its primary. Japanese foreign office broached the. The five state preferences will be -President, wi. plan for the Nipponese naval hero to i important but will have no conclusive municafion and list of visit the United States on his way home from England, the suggestion was most cordially received by Pres- ident Taft, and Secretary Knox, Through the department of state, all arrangements for his visit are being made, and the plans thus far decided upon assure the distinguished admiral of one of the most cordial and elab- orate receptions ever accorded a for- eigner by the American nation. The tentative program for his visit includes entertainments' at New York, oa Page 3) significance as to the prospective nominees of the two parties. Geographically all of the group ex- congress a full include in his coin- to historv of Controller bay opening and the .staking of claims. The president will tell congress that i refused to permit Ryan to have cept New Jersey are located in what renisef! Kyan io_ naye known as the radical section of [Patented any claim, and that tf> told is known as the radical section ofi the country and it is assumed in ad- vance that, their expressions will in- dicate a decided anti-conservative trend. Wisconsin will declare for La Ryan If he wanted land on Controller bay, he wdtiln have to get it the same j way as any other citizen of the United States. Follette as the republican choice fon As to the map which it is alleged, Oregon, through the in-! has dfsaoroared from the files of the; fluence of Senator Bourne, is counted department, the president will on to line up for Lafollette. (Continued on. Page 2) There i tell congress that -such a map as is. descrlbrd p.? having disappeared j never was oa file in the department. President Taft, refused to eater a .de- nial or make any comment'upon--the article. After reading the which, among other things, .said that j; the fight against, the reaomination of President Taft would be carried der the name of Garfield into ''the home state of the president, Garfisld said: "1 have made no statement, ther, I have nothing to say just at this time. I have talked to no, one- and will talk to no one." It is understood, however, that Gar- fleld has advance information, that the talk of himself in connection witi the presidential nomination was-to be made public. Gifford Pinchot, dose political and personal friend of "Gar- field, had full knowledge of the ar- ticle before its "publication. Garfield came here to -attend tne funeral of Mrs. Charles D. wife of Charles D. Walcott, curator of the national' coming was kept as quiet as jposaible. During the two days he -has' been here Garfield' has been engaged large- ly in discussing the political outlook with reference to President Taft ia general and in particular the recent developments in the Alaskan., contro- versy involving Attorney. General Wickersham "along with the attempt to oust in disgrace, Dr. gov- ernment pure food expert. GarSeldl admits that in his opinion, the de- velopments of the past week with re- gard to the Guggenheim operations in Alaska and the attack upon. Dr. Wiley will have a very potent effect upon the political future of President Taft. He any detailed statement and" "rer sponse to direct questions repeated that he was making no statements af j i any kind. CRIES OF PAIN SAVE CHURCH ZANESVILLE. O., July 17 a barn adjoining the Presbyterian church at Fultonham, O-, was set on fire by children at play, the services were dismissed and the 100" members of the congregation formed a bucket brigade and faugni ,tae' flames, saving the church. A horse belonging to Edward Wil- I kin? and tied to the bam. was burn- j ed to death. i The animal's- cries of pain aroused the congregation. s Considering Question of En- tering Mayoralty Other Candidates declared Vice-Mayor Jacob Dietz Monday afternoon that he had yet decidfid whether or not he -would be a candidate for demccrcuk nomination fer the cosuns primaries. H-e said that story pub- lished in a Cleveland paper ?o tha effect that he would be a candidate was without foundation, There is reason to belie-ve. er, that Mr. Dietz is considering the matter. He said Monday that then- were several things he wished to dis- pose of before ho reached a decision. No more- nomination blanks yet been taken out from the board of elections for the mayoralty ination. City Treasurer ,.AJ te seeking a renomination and have been taken out for Imn. On the republican stele, some mys- tery attaches to the activity t-t Charles Thieni who has taken blanks but for what purpose it is nut stated. It was rumored that he niifbt be a- candidate for city auditor. The West End Democratic club ea- dorsed the candidacy of W. U inger for mayo: and of J. nessy for city auditor. FVtfnds vt Auditor Loth are working in half but he has not attempted to his own. candidacy. PAPES.fi ;

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