Tuesday, July 18, 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 18, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio NEWS TODAY THE STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 240 BAILEY FINDS HIS ORATORICAL MATCH It Is Said, Decides to Give Chemist a Public "Call Down" s FOOD EXPERT WILL SUBMIT GRACEFULLY Action Saves Wickersham, Perhaps, But Wilson May Want To Retire, WASHINGTON, July On the Nicest possible authority it was made known today that Presi- dent Tsft hss upon a pub- lic reprimand for Pure Food Ex- pert Wiley, it is expected that -Wiley will take the call down gracefully and the whole' matter will tnen be dropped unless Secre- tary Wilson should resign because of his opposition to Dr. Wiley. This course saves Attorney Genera! Wickersham who 'had recommended that Dr. Wiley be permitted to resign, but who will remain in the cabinet. The. public outcry has probably saved Dr. Wiley his job. The president reserves the right, al- ways. it is asserted, ro act on his judgment irrespective of any or all of his cabinet advisers. They so understand him, and are pre- pared always to submit to his judg- ment. In this Wiley case, moreover. __ it is observed, the president merely submitted a point of the law to the attorney general, who rendered an opinion on the law. He was not asked to pass upon any facts. This may be a special pleading intended to "save the face" of the attorney general, for whom the president entertains a very high" regard, -but it is undoubtedly the view that is taken o" the situation here. In the case of Secretary of Agricul- hire AVilson no one would be sur- prised to see him retire from the cab- Inet. There are differences between him and Dr. Wiley that cannot eas- COMMODORE WfNTON, HEAD OF LAKE SAILORS, I myr iijmn IT nji nj AP TN AND YACHT TATTOO, A SANDUSKY FLYER lion! IfflllU A! OsAKl UJ 111 EMH21 Governor, it is Said, Will Take No Steps To Amend Tax Limit Law CITIES WILL BE HARD HIT. wr The star of Senator Bailey, intel- lly be reconciled. Secretary Wilson lectual leader of the senate cities that will be hard hit by the lay will merely have to reform their pres- ent loose and extravagant methods of doing business. Hogan's present opinion is to Solicitor David G. Jenkins of Tounigjtown. 'It merely postpones for six months the day of reckoning The question then raised will be whether municipal councils can ap- propriate money necessary for oper- ating expenses during the first siy months of 1912. The Smith law pro- hibits any appropriation until money actually is in the treasury. The pres- ent statue permits appropriations to be made on the basis of an estimate of what will be received during the appropriation period. It contemplates that the appropriations shall be made in advance for the entire six months. Fine Weather For Opening Of Inter-Lake Regatta Brought Out Big Fleet and Many or Boat Contests in Afternoon. RAY. July IS. ter.d toward tbxr.iph there r I intercut in the i :i winner with b'vey's Toledo zhird. FVOK, A ii.siu v.'lirf and smooth r.or ;ei-t the skill cf nf! the w TS ad CtsikeUi, D. E. Spite, of Uene.it, won Mi ;'if- t'oT Ceor.se Old Sam, wot: rav sea today did not 'he yachtsmen, al- :s beautiful. Chief C. Y., came home and Frsnk class and the cat-boat class. Th-ere 1 CO a big nVet 1 {'oiivsc1 for ar and the wind by ;'ouui. six to ois 'one tbe starting: five-minute- iiiur iTuii-er.; and boaLs went over fivers SjVfV. v.irlT tui! While rho no winning in the 21-froi cUts-. t'r. a pretty contest the formerly the wcU-kno'.vn Spitf <x De- troit, and the Toledo, the Camilla win- ning in a close finish. With but two contenders in the I'S- foot class, there a decided sur- Forecast: Fair tonight. Wed- nesday increasing cloudiness, probably followed by showers. Temperature at 7 a. m., 64 de- 'greet'. Temperature one year ago, 68 degress. Sun rises Wednesday at a. m., and sets at p. m. (stan- dard Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, IS miles northwest at Monday afternoon. (Fork men to the White House to pro- test against the Wiley The then President Roosevelt decided a- gainst Wiley, who offered to resign. ioosevelt refused to accept has resig- ATLANTA, Ga., July City solicitors .generally have held that this section was mandatory. Governor: -Harmoa- believe that councils can appropriate the money in the treasury- and pass a new appropriation ordinance when other money is received. They do not believe a municipality would bo unable to operate for a half year if councils should fail or refuse to Ap- propriate in a lump sum at a par- ticular time. The question was raised first by C. W. stage of Cleveland, of the sinking fund trustees there. He led in a demand for corrective action on the last day of th-e legislative ses- sion. Governor Harmon considered the subject with great care before de- ciding against asking for action. The request might have been communi- cated to the legislature to avoid fu- ture controversy, but an "amendment was impossible. In postponing the final test, Attor- Joseph M. Terrell of Georgia, ceased I ney General Hogan followed the rea- to be a member of the United States ironing of City Solicitor Edgar L. Smoot And Lodge Control Pat- ronage and Insurgents Are In Rebellion STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, D. C., July There is an open rebellion among in- surgents and progressive democratic senators over Tammany methods of disposing of the patronage of the Unit- ed States senate. The highest law-making body in the country has its Tammany and senat- ors who are preparing to twist the, tail of the tiger say the senate's Tarn-; many has all of the unlovelv cvharac- i Nsw Ordinance Provides For Elimination of Three Grade Crossings COMPANY EXPECTED m ACCEPT and appointed the Remsen' whose decision was a draw, upon the state of Indiana pre- a test case en benzoate of soda LliB uuorts and Robison. who was jummoned as an expert, witness, gave Wile testimony 's position. This case is still pending and Robison is the star wit- fa ess. It happened -as with other first-class men employed in this line of work by the government that the compen- sation was not sufficient to warrant RbMson in devoting nil his time to tile government. Or. Diley was con- tent to him wfcfa it was possi- bte 'to get his pay- tag him on the perdiem Dis- covery now is mad" that IHs was n JV, It JJ1 cr tne baas; ii they believe In the publicity 'plished with which nmtry of campaign before and into his cell. He was found four otil on ipsnf-s he considf rs vital from standpo'r.t of tho people. Throusii tbe be has asked 3 series D? quRttionp and requpsted that the they believe it voters see that every quest: "m is an-' American people fatiP.factorily 1'efoi'e that can- dependence his Tens "f tijo-'i-anria of these ques- will be irmi by mail all over cp'.mtry, espeeialij to the con p'rcsJ. after election day. and if they are ;davs later starving Yor food. His sce.- Bryan asks every candidate if he fa- willing that, tbe sourro of every one! escape followed last April when roi-s a tariff for revenue only, if he lar of their eampai.su funds, either j someone 'left door open for favors free raw mavrial and the plats before or after nomination, shall ing of a revenue duty on only manu-; made public. facturad goods-: if he believes that in i Bryan also demands an answer to (he revision of the tariff, the element. the following ouestions: of protection be giv.3n j "Do you endorse trn labor olanks tration; if br-iiches of tv government are co-'the Aldrich currency scheme, asset j time of the" phenomena the mercury Wdinate and each should keep currency in any form, the establish-j was up to 80 Farmers and RICH STEEL MAN IS SUED BY CIRL moment. T'ais time he was caught four hours later. SHARON. Pa., July Fere numerous in a heavy rainstorm er following a trival suited in the death of one- person and yrchismen say thr- number of cruis.- to lay it? new main track "across frora drowning and other pleasurp boms is not Mills. Huron. Superior. Olds, and I quite up to expectations. Still the Oeorpe streets, and a number of other 5" iiarbor is wpjl filled. The presence of ai'dirionni and side "tracks. If the had escaperi from tne engine be.-amt- the government boats Morroll. Hawk ordinance i? passed, the Shore flvo others. A smail qnaniu.v o, gaso'm ignited and ihe flash of so frirttened fie rb: occupants of the i little craii that they all leaded over- Manel Mason, aged 19. whose homo i? in Wocri-to-k. Ontario, sank before assistance could reach the j ]y 2.500 from Detroit" girl. The others were res-! cued. I On and Dorothea lends much to the np-, is given thirty days within which to pearanc? of the fleet. Tuesday's refuse or accept the same, erowds at the island wore exeeeriing-r Councilman declined to say whether ly large, the Kirby and Arrow brins-'an understanding had, been reached ing over several from the Lake Shore i dusky The Put-in Ray brought in ful- matter was further discussed after the meeting at a secret session, at- I tended by Attorney Handy, and all the jcity fathers except John Holzaeofel. SANDUSKY WOMAN IN DIRIGIBLE; "IT'S FINE" Joseph G- Butler, multi-millionaire president of the Brier Hill Iron Coal Co., Youngstown. is defendant he. believes the three j of 190R. strict regulation of railroads, j-which lasted an hour. During the Jin a mysterious suit for brought ia New York by Beatrice de Acosta, former actress. She declares Butler agreed to pay her the amount for a reason she doesn't explain ffithin its constitutioral sphere. Hi? further asks if the candidate compelling banks to Approves of the recent Standard Oil j ors." iment of a central bank, and a old time residents of that-sec- insure deposit-' lion say that a similar phenomenon' occurred about half a century ago, Butler is ia and Allentown. Pa. Mrs. Dallas accompany him. They are PHILADELPHIA, July ior che three Reading conipr.aies "Did T like it? It's ereaC" This was the reply of Mrs. Jack Drills, v.-ife of the ?an- dusky aeronaut, when asked about i her experience :n j she made two flights the dirigible L balloon with which her husband has been giving exhibitions. While women have ridden in bal- loons and in aeroplanes. Mrs. Dallas j cause of the crowd." said Mrs. Dal-! coal. believes that she is the iirst woman: las. "but after I had risen into air, In the new suit if is charged V ins for an engagement hese unnng. appeared surprised when t'-.c week of the county fair and that the government had instituted like to here but nothing has yet tion in the federal court here to d'i- been closed up. Dallas is uuuvr the. associate the Philadelpha Reading management cf Charles J. iRuilway Co. and the Philadelphia A former Sandiiskian. j Reading Coal Iron Co. in' the TH'TV was a little nervous at. first be-tins and transportation of to make a' flight alone in a dirigible was myself again. On the dirigible balloon. Site made two successful [there is no seat and one must walk flights at a Cleveland amujemer.c park along tie sk-nder platform suspended and expects to make more. She is {beneath the balloon. In this way the home for a few days but Dallas will {bag is balanced and is directed un or conclude his Cleveland engagement i down. The course is steered with government that, the PKilartelj'bia A Reading Coal Iron Cs.. '-he KiUton Coal Co., the Locust Gap Improve- ment Co.. the Trement Coal Co., Preston Coal Improvement Co. the Delaware _Coal Co.. jire _____________ _______ -_ this week and will then go on no j rudder. Mr. Dallas been teaching j dummies of the Reading Hallway road, being booked for flights injme how to operate the bfji'iou nacl I land the Reading company, the boI Pittsburs, Chicago, Trenton. X. J., now have confidence. -It's flne." I corporation. iNEWSPA'PERf T NEWSPAPER!

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