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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        y' THE S ANDU S KY S TAR -JOURNAL. ORTY-FOURTh YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 244 RECIPROCITY PACT PASSED BY SENATE Ends Long Struggle Over Canadian Tariff Treaty Today. CIO TRADE MEASURE GOES TO PRESIDENT JAPAN HESITATES. FALL IN, YE uLD GRADSl .Final Vote This-Afternoon Was 53 to it Means, WASHINGTON, July dent Taft today accomplished his project when, by a vote of 53 to 27, the senate at passed the Canadian reciprocity treaty ,for wrtiich the extra session of congress was called. Before it was passed the senate killed all 'of the score or two of amend- ments offered, either for the put- ting on or taking off the free list of various articles. The measure will become a law Wfcen the president signs it next Wtednesday. Both Senators Pomer- ene and Bnrton were for the bill, al- though the former was first recorded in the negative. senate 'began very promptly to kill the various amendments to the treaty. By a vote of 16 to 64 it defeated the McCumber amend- ment placing a large number of ar- ticles on the free list. By a vote of S3 to 58 it defeated the Nelson' amendment which placed a duty on live stock and farm products. In a similar manner other amendments by ___the score, all providing for puiu..., something on or keeping something oiLthe frpp list, were defeated. Prt.: tically all of the amendments were de- feated by about the same vote of 16 to 64. The voting began today on amend- ments and it seemed likely that tne ayes and nays would be demanded on at least half of some two dozen of these amendments. Ten of the thirteen progressive re- publicans was against reciproc- ity. Senators Works, Poindexter and s WASHINGTON. July en, Italy and Germany are the countries, it is today asserted, that President Taft referred to as likely to negotiate arbitration treaties with the United States when he announced at Manassas yesterday that arbitration treat- ies with Great Britain and Prance would be signed within the next ten days. As yet, however, it is understood that Japan has not negotiations for such a opened treaty. Sugar .Trust Deal "Milked" Them of Says Witness. ONE REASON. QUESTION TO LAKE SHORE WHAT COUNCIL DID. Passed ordinance, providing for the elimination of grade cross- ings at Columbus arui Hayes av- enues. and Camp street. Forced out Nar Oonenwett as waterworks superintendent by putting City Engineer King charge of rhis department, in- creasin-g his total compensation from to Appropriated for band con- certs here this summer. Authorized the expenditure- of for repairs and piom-bing and improvement of conditions at the Central police and fire station, as demanded by the board of health. Passed appropriation ordinance, carrying tor erpenses dtrr- ing fiscal half year ending De- eember 31, 1911. Hope Expressed That Lake Shore Company Wiil Accept Ordinance. REJECTION TO MEAN CONDEMNATION SUIT Council Passed Measure In- cluding Three Streets in Pro- ject, and Awaits Action, i 11 vr i w wuiy 1" j ator John W. Kern, of Indiana, now thinks he knows one reason WASHINGTON, July Woodrow Wilson will drop the politicians and conduct his campaign witn college men item. why Bryan and Kern were defeat- ed in 1908. C. F. Wiehe, testify- tile Lorimer csse, said ;he ilDEFHIOFJOB THE WEATHER was McCormick had contributed to the republican campaign fund and was told that he could secure at Albany a copy of the list of con- tributions, containing 128 pages, for Kern asked if the wit- j ness really meant 128 pages and on being answered in the affirma- tive, said: "I see how it 'happened, then." NEW YORK, July manner. in which the stockholders of the sugar trust were milked of for tbe Forecast: -rrtrtr Fa.ir tonight and much change in Lords Will Pass Veto Bill Rath- er Than Have New Peers Created. Juiy defeat Tories now seems complete. benefit of the late Glaus A. Spreekles, the. .bold course of Pre- Brown was for it. Three demo- the California sugar king was told to mier Asquith in giving out a letter crats, Bailey, Simmons and Thornton- the congressional sugar probe com- ln wnich ne plainly stated that the were against the bill, and 'Senator, mittee today by Sp-reckles' son had already promised to create Clark of Arkansas was added to j now president of the Federal enouSa new.peers to put through the this group. Senators Paynter and: Refining Co., of Yonkers N Y He veto bm> n is conceded that the house m., 6fi de- one year ago, 72 temperature. Temperature at grees. Temperature degrees. Sun rises Sunday at a. m. and sets at p. m.; rises Mon- day at a. m., and sets at p. m., (standard time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, 20 miles north at Saturday morning. Succeeds John Murphy, Now Seeking Democratic Nomi- nation for City Auditor. City Auditor Loth has anncrancetl the appointment of Fred W. Bauer to the position of assistant auditor sue- ceeding John Murphy, who until i about a month ago. had been Loth's assistant since Leo Wagner resigneo. j. t_riijvci 3, J. JuLV Johnson were m the doubtful column.A said that when was about to of lords amun ,ffl8n-ts fere rejected i aell his sugar interests for measure' Friday, thereby leaving less work for he discovered that the trust was the T 'A I ibuyer and Promptly raised the price The Politicians which the stockholders the actioa ing the president to open negotiations of the'trust had to pay for an international deep waterway connecting the Great Lakes and the J3t. Lawren-ce river was defeated, a division. surrender and- pass the They prefer this to more had not expected the Mng would be Pen rose Supports Hines. so publicly announced and. it caused great surprise. Premier Asquithj-'s letter was addressed to Lord Balfour. Former Lord Chancellor Halsbury WASHINGTON, July i declared he would" eveTlf'V- The Bristow amendment reducing Penrose of Pennsylvania brought joy lone, against surrendering to the .the duty on lead bullion from 2 1-8 to tne Lorimer-Hines followers when house of commons on the veto bill, cents to 1 5-8 cents per pound, was he told the senate Lorimer committee, but believed he will have a few foi- l-ejected without a division. of the part he" took in the election of lowers in that forlorn hope. The Bristov; amendment reducing Senator Lorimer. They claimed that The most influential Tory papers fates on colors for paints was reject- he substantiated the testimony given the Times and the Daily Telegraph, ed by a viva voce vote. Mr. La Fol- by Edward Hines as to Senator Pen- have already pronounced for surren- i lette began a terrific arraignment of rose's desire to have Mr. Hines exert der as fhe lesser of evils, and Austen the press. He said it was difficult to his influence for Lorimer's election. Chamberlain, who has been engineer- oppose legislation on which the press A letter mentioned several days ago ing the revolt against Balfour en t'his is united. He advocated free print as having sent by William Bur- question, says he will absts'u from paper, but not as a trade. gess of Duluth to H. H. Kohlsaat of. any further action on the veto bill. Senator La Follette bitterly criti-- -Chicago.-regarding the Lorimer mat- cized the democrats for violating ter, was read. Among other' things their platform pledges.and co-operat- Burgess said he understood: there was ing' with high protection republicans, a man in Duluth who was in Hines' President Taft was also assailed for office when Hines received a telegram inconsistency. He ignored his own from President Taft asking him to i Beattie Denies Cousin's Story of Purchase of Gun Last Saturday. STICKS TO FIRST STORY Unknown Man Fired Fa- tal -Shot While Two Rode in Auto, Race of Miles for 000 Prize Started in Eng- land Today. i the position over a year and a halt Former Assistant Murphy l i V-" LCM1 I AO I now out circulating his petitions for i the democratic nomination for ck> auditor. Within thirty days, the peopfe of SancUtsky will know whether the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railway company will accept the ordinance passed by the ctty council Friday night, providing for the elimination of dangerous grade crossings at Columbus and Hayes avenues, and Camp street, and saving tjhe city about through the as- sumption by the corporation of ten percent more than its legal share of the expenses of three above mentioned improve- ments. The issue is now sqnarely up to company, if it rejects the or- dinance it is expected that condemna- tion proceedings will at once be com- menced in the probate court to secure the necessary right of way across tha streets for the -additional tracks. In order to commence such suit it was necessary to evidence of a dis- the 'city and tea railway company. Solicitor Steinernann believes that the company will accept the oniin-" ance as it is hardly believed' possible for the city "to attempt the eHmina- THE SALIENT FEATURE. BROOKLANTo, With a prize of the London Dailv Eng., July 550.000 offered by Mail more than a F. W. Bauer, the newly appointed assistant, has for some time been em- ployed in the offices of the Schmicn Wiiie Co. Before that he was manag- er of the Sandusky Gas Electric Co. and previous to that was snperip.- score of aviators representing seven tendent of the Sandusky waterworks countries started on a 1010 mile cir- cutt race of England today. The race will be one of the greatest flown. department. Only one American, C. T. Weyman, winner of the international cup. .en- tered the race. Three accidents oc curred at the start of the flight but no one was seriosuly injured. Two of the aviators also fell after flying about a mile but escaped injury. Mr. Bauer will assume his duties at the city hall office as soon as his. successor at the Schmidt Co.'s of- NICHOLS HAS CONFIDENCE fice is named. RIVER DAM OPENED; MAKES DEEP WATER CINCINNATI, 0., July Fernbank Dam. one of the series of dams, being constructed bv the gov- i ernment to make the Ohio river navi- Gov, Harmons Boomer Sure of to its mouth was i today put m operation. The dam Support From Many States, w.m form a po01 which create a n ina c-f a -mi1.ru> He Says, nine foot. stage stream. for 2-0 miles up the PICHMOND, Va'., July Clay Beattie, jr., under arrest charged I with killing his young wife as a TO OUAMMCI sult of his with 17-year-old IU OWIIVI L n AIM C.L Beulah Binford, today sent a EXHAUSTED, UNABLE tariff board in framin, (Continued On Page 6.) ___ to his aged father in which he posi- reciprocity, "have the matter hushed up as quick- i DOVER, Eng.. July for denied that he had 1 ad his IV EIS DOSSible." i fho ii. STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. JVlunsey Building. WASHINGTON, July Governor Hugh Nichols arrived in Washington today and held a confer- j ends with Senator Pomerene and the! Ohio democrats in Washington on the! Harmon boom. He staled that he is I confident of the states which will be; for Harmon and said' that the action of M'LEAN MAN BUYS PAPER Continue to Support Cox, Section railway com- pany agrees as consideration for the granting of the rights herein, and for other good and valuable considerations, that if tfre city within a period of five years from and after the date of the passage of this ordinance, require through proper proceedings a sep- a ration of the grades of the streets atnd railroad at Columbus avenue, Hayes avenue and Camp street, any one or more, of said streets, then the proportion which The Lake Shore and Michl- gan Southern Railway Company shall pay of the cost of separat- ing; the grades at said crossings, including the cost of tend or petty purchased or appropriated and the payment of damages to abutting property shall be seven- ty-five per centum thereof. ly as possible: Senator Penrose told of meeting lish channel Gabez Wolfe Hines in connection ed yesterday morning ft schedule in the twentieth time to swim the cousin bu.y bim a shotgun and with who start- wllicil it is charged that lie shot his tion of three crossings within five years and the company had already agreed to a change at two crossings, Without a word of comment from any of the city fathers, withoat ing a "t" or dotting an council took the necessary ing to the railroad a right of Tray for i Commercial-Tribune'itsJ.proposed four track Toe uunimciuai i i passed just as drafted 3nd read at Monday night's session, gives the Lake Shore the right to lay main tracks across eight streets and "also a i number of side tracks, provided it pays ten per cent above the legal sixty-five per cent for the the crossings, and as- Beattie, it is rstood, "fea? will -JHS- x-n n -j v will-.m yards of Din. He said he dirt not then know the English shore last n'ght complete- e was s some unknown Fer- Lorimer but urged his election when ly exhausted. He had betn in the water son wbile were auto to- told by Hines that. Hopkins. Lowden for 15 hours and would '-ave succeed-; or Bontell could not be elected. ed but the tide swept hi'-.i CINCINNATI, July Com- wno de" i mercial-Tribime, the morning republi- clared for Wilson do not represent! can newspaper here was sold bv the i sumes an additional ten per cent a-- the sentiment of the state. He also. sheriff to Francis Homer a the snare of.Uu> Battimore saidthat the New England democrats. attorney, for Although Ohio_railroad on. fhf suggested. will be lor Harmon. j mer he bougtlt tbe paper for j crossing elimination at Co- i himself, he admits he has had busi-j luE? ,s avenue- KENT, July C, Sidridge's ness relations with John R McLean Declanng tnat these last two feat- When Clay Beattie was ar- large _bank barn was struck by light-; owner of the Cincinnati Enquirer and i Fes only objectionable o: iiotous Scenes Foiiow Alleged Insult and Attorneys Aban- don Case. FORTUNES IN FEES TO MANY TRUST BUSTERS VITERBO, Italy, July a trial which has lasted for four months against the forty odd members of the Camorra, the case may now have ,to he dropped. Following riotous scenes yesterday tbe attorneys for the flefe-nse declare they were insulted and insist they will abandon the :case. Judge Bianchi has taken the matter under advisement The trouble was provoked by a per- eonal dispute between Capt. Pabrcni and Lawyer Lio.v. In the tumult, all the other lawyers fled from the room. Enrico Elfapo and G-ennaro Abbate- maggio, the informer, were thrown out bodily by the carabineers. Gio- vanni Bartolozzi fell in a fit and President Biacchi, help-less to main- .tain order, declared the session ad- journed. Throughout the hu-bbub, Fabroni stood pale, but impassive. As the court room was being cleared, he said: "The Camorra, in or out of court, can't intimidate me." When court opened, 'Captain Fa- broni was asked by Cavaliere Santoro, the crown prosecutor, whether the as- sertion of tie Zanelli that Marsha! Gapizzutt had tried to influence him to swear falsely against his fellow prisoners were true. Fabroai replied: "ZaneJli is the scum of criminality. Instead, it was Lioy, who, through Zanelli, attempted to buy witnesses for the defense." T-bas reflection on the lawyer rais- ed the storm. Lioy sc-reamed like a madman. Abbato.maggio. notwith- standing the caution of the president joined in the ro-w 3ia support of the captain. Enrico Alfano, the alleged head of the Camorra, led in a chorus of invectives directed against Fabroni and Abbatemaggio. Finally the president: Ab- fottemaggio and Alfano removed from the room. They were not disposed to go quietly and were seized bj- carbin- eers, and dragged from the place. caused a great sensation. The arrests temporarily halted the coroners investigation. Later, how- ever, Beattie resumed his seat and was i questioned pointedly. After Beattie WASHINGTON, July Trust left the stand, Miss Beulah Binford, j busting is a paying business. The other woman in the case." was i house committee on expenditures in placed on the stand and went thor- j the department of justice, uncovering into her relations with Henry I fees paid by the attorney general's of- Clay Beattie. jr. I She testified she was with him on has Monday night, that he was the father i j of a child by her. that he had fur- urday and who is held as a witness. ,............._____._.._________ The latter collapsed and is reported to have attempted suicide. The case has FIFTEEN THOUSAND MACCABEES MARCH BIG PARADE AT CLEVELAND CONVENTION fice to government attorneys on spec- ial assignments and to busters, disclosed some amazing figures. One "special it is de- clared, received in the Green- i nished a room for her and that she often been with him at night Gaynor case. i since his marriage last August. Henry L. Stimson, now secretary of j Suffering from hemorrhages. Paul war. resigned as United States district i Beattie was hastened to a hospital un- attorney in New York to become a I i'-er guard, where medical treatment special assistant to the attorney gen- was him. eral in the sugar trust cases, which he H6111? Clay Beattie. jr.. stood up un- otherwise would have prosecut- and emphatically denied ed as a salaried official. He got 69.- i connection with tbe murder. Ho 000 in, fees n4.n20.S7 expenses. permitted to go back to Coroner Winfred T. Denison, a young law- Coving's home, where he resumed his yer who acted as his assistant got tesMincmv before the coroner's jury. Mrs. Paul Beattie confirm; the state- J. C. Reynolds, who was aa assist-: mrnt tllnt her husband purchased for ant to the attorney general at a cousin a shotgun and shells and year, resigned when'the tobacco'trust'says tflat the her cases reached bis desk and became fftm'netl home from a ronfer- special assistant, receiving S35 516 67 !enfe his cousin and remarked: Frank B. Kellogg, for Union Pacific "He is stil! firm 5n' t-he statemfnt and Standard Oil cases, got S4S.917.I3 Francis J. Heney, for land and fraud and other cases, was paid S. R. Rush, a law clerk in the de- partment became a "special assist- ant" in the land cases and in years received ?10.393.17. Land 'He is still firm i that he had nothing to do with shooMnsr." indicating that the hart confronted the husband with the fact that the purchase of the shotsisn an important part in the across the river from !9. B. D. Townsend S.32. i T. C. Becker S15.7SS. G2 and F A. Mav- nard SI 2.823.64. j Other fees were paid: Cardeno A. Severance, anti-trust cases. Ellis, anti-trust cases, 717.73. Jesse C. Ad'kins, cotton leak cases, J. W. Barrett, oleomargarine cases. FVrce Butler, bieached flour i United States vs. Swift. and crime.. ln the ficiala. "Personally I hope the con- troversy will tome to an end, but I do not know what position the com- pany will he declared. The motion for the passage of the ordinance was made by. Councilman Ohlemacher, and carried unanimously under suspension of the rules. As it provided that the Lake Shore, must either accept or reject the ordinance f within 111L riy days, the company has i to make a decision on or before Aug- ust 20. Council Friday night also passed a j separate ordinance, giving the Lake Shore the right to lay and operate three additional tracks across Tiffin. avenue. urday and camp was broken. At the business session the question of levying a per capita tay of 2 cents a mouth to raise a fund of S75.0iio a year for the building and maintaining of homes for widows and orphans, No Use Any as. Circuit Court is on a Va- cation. i Another illustration of the tow's reierred to the supreme board of trus- t tees with power to art. The sense of: so rciaay nlr.ints have been made all -over the country, has been found iu the strug- gle for the custody of CartU Brewer. iv Jr.. the eleven-veav-o'd child of L C. The report of the financial commit-; tee that the salaries of officers be kept i Attorney .rer-rejentins; ths> at the present level, was approved. !atter, is anxicus to niake an appeal The supreme commander at present fr0m tne order of .Tufige Reed, grant- draws >i.oOO per annum, supreme rec- iin? t.be care of the child to I. F. Mack. tsftrtft. SUpr8rae medical! he hasn't a chance. Whes ask-J meeting was that state homes be' erected iu place of the national homes suggested. ord keeper, MIXERS MAT UXITE BUTTB. Mont., July move- ment looking to the abandonment tn the Western Federation of Miners and Hs incorporation into the United Mine Workers of America was launched at the convention of tbe Western Feder- ation today. The arrival of delegates from rhe United Mine Workers is awaited before action is taken. One of the most successful mtema-' examiner. supreme editor, j do tional quadrennial reviews of the 000. and supreme auditors. and I torney Peeke threw up 'his hands' ami Knights and Ladies of the Maccabees expenses. It was also decided to I said-' ever held was that which closed Sat- maintain the present ritual and pro- i" "What on earth can 1 do? The of- urday at Cleveland. Fifteen thousand vide a one degre.. ritual for small! der gives the boy to I. F. ilaek until members of the order participated in tents. Monuments will L the big street parade, them in full uniform. ll hj erected, it j September 2. and the circuit court hundreds of was decided, to tht memory of Maj. N. i dees not meet until the following The pictures. S. Boynton of Michigan, father of the j week. I tan't evea get a hearlnj. so drill' scenes in the city park, j Maccabees, and to Steven B. Borden, I what's the the camp was" established. former great con.mander of Indiana. Many Sandusky members of the or- Department Commander Edward L. at the present time, and reallv Circuit judges are on their vacations der attended one or more sessions.' Young, of Nonvalk, was Concluding ceremonies were bald Sat- with a sold watch. presented not afford to be disturbed by .matters. rSPAPERf SPAPESJ   

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