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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        _ 'vv' v I r S ANDU SKY STAR -JOURNAL. TEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, JULY 24, 191 LAST EDITION Miss Binford Prepared to Make Sacrifice for Man She Loves. NUMBER 245, SHERWOOD ENDS BOOM; NEW PEN SIGN CHAPTER HUSBAND IN PRISON SEEMS INDIFFERENT Intimation That Cousin, a Strong Witness for Prose- cution, May Be Assailed, RICHMOND, Va., July From her cell in jail, seventeen- year-old Seulah Binford today sent another message to Henry C. Beattie. who is under arrest for murdering -his wife, declaring that before she will ailow him to be convicted she will confess herself that she killed Mrs. Bsattie in order to be able to marry him. Seattle spurned the love of Miss Binford by whom he had already had a child. Held 'by the coroner's jury for the murder, the young man seems His cousin. Paul Beat- tie, a witness against him, is much more effected. The defense inti- mates that Paul may be charged with the crime, the husband denying that gun which did the killing was STAR-JOURNAL BU'REAU. Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, July 24.-A dcuse THE WEATHER a and Forecast: Pair tonight Tuesday, cooler tonight. Temperature at 7 a, m., 62 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 79 degrees. Sua rises Tuesday at a. m. m. (standard of ana sets at p j lime.) i Maximum wind velocity for ?4 coid water was thrown on the hours ending at noon today. 32 SEE WHO'S HERE AGAIN i MRS. FISHER AND PETS Mrs. Clark Fisher, of Trenton, N. J., sailing from Plan to run Gen. Isaac R. Shenvood, the veteran Toledo democrat for the Ohio governorship. Sherwood him- self wielded the hose. In a statement he declared abso- lutely that he will not become a candidate for the position new n-ra- wed by Gov. Harmon. He said: "Several democrats. claim.iug to represent the party in northern Ohio have approached me and' endeavored to get mo to become a 'candidate for the governorship, i want to go on record here and now as saying that I will not make, the race for govern- or. "I don't want the place, and won't try to get it." Sherwood refused to state whether or not he will support Representative Graves Sharp of Lorain. who is ex- pected to announce his candidacy for the governorship in the near future. 'I can't say at this time who I will said Sherwood. "There is a possibility that a democrat from my own district, Charlie Graves may become a candidate." It is the prevailing opinion in Washington that either Sharp or Hugh Nichols will stand the best change for the job. The delegation as a whole would like to see Sharp get the nomination. They state that New York on the i liner Paunonia, two fir si t cabin suites, one for herself and the i oilier for her menagerie or pots, con- miles west at Monday morn- gisting of two a Persian cat, aj monkey and tv.'o parrots. j Although Mrs. is the- propri- ntor of a large boh and nut factory i at Trenton i; ronnined for her visit to i Sandusky last summer when she was Hearing the of an autoj trip around the world, to bring her i into most prominence. Her chauffeur i I was arrtsted for exceeding the speed j limit and Mrs. F'sher insisted on i shouldering the entire responsibility. Her "run in" with the motor cop, j tlv chief of police, the mayor and j goodnees knows who else, was a i warm Mrs. Fisher left San- dusky threatening to tell the entire world what an awful place we live in but the city has managed to sur- vive the effect. Mrs. Fisher had her menagerie with her an her visit here. She also had trouble at Fremont bo- cause she was not permitted to j take her "menagerie" into a hotel din- 1 Rumor of German Fleet Being Sighted Makes Britishers Hysterical. GOVERNMENT'S CONFIDENT Franco German _ .Relations .Greatly Strained, However, Over Moroccan Affair, LONDON, July entire city .___........ is again hysterical today over the he is_ one of the strongest democrats Moroccan situation. In many quart- ing room. a good business man and ers jt is that either wife Reciprocity Action Bad for La Follette Forces; Taft -praises Foes the purchased for him. Paul's stands, by 'him loyally. '.'I told him to tell the truth ever it cost said she, after coming from the jail where he is held a prisoner. "He said it was a terri- cle thing to have to stand face to fa.ce with'a kinsman and give proofs tiwit-be is a murderer. Be told me! Saturday appears to be trouble a? wUTieft7sh'and was cheer-and a wiw in Ohio, capable in every way. They say that Nichols would have the jump on Sharp if he came out as a candidate for the job now held by Harmon but believe that Nichols will tie to Har- mon in the hope that if the Buckeye governor lands in the White House. Nichols will pull down a fat job in Washington. In a hot come-back to his critics who aTcnsed him of being opposed to WASHINGTON, July One re- j general pension legislation, jfcepre- sttlt of the vote on the reciprocity bill j sentative E. R. Satiric k of Akron, denies the charge and Mrs. Ruth- Beattie was a dear friend of Louise Owen Beattie. murdered woman. ''Louise often la the it I" i attacks the Anderson pension bill, up 01 the which he says has done nothing for Progressive Republican league. The the. soldier except to get advertising insurgents were, so badly split up j Tcontinued On Page 2.) that some of the leaders are disgust- Germany has already declared war and that German warsnips have been sighted off the coast of England as a result of David Lloyd-George's re- cent warning to Germany to out. of M-orocco. In government cir- cles, however, it is insisted that TCTTT- land is confident that the Moroccan sltuatioa will be settled diplomatical- ly. of her husband since he took so other women riding hi his ma- Mrs. Beattie said. "But u.um lue utms she wasn t jealous she was afraid- of has left things at the capitol Jum and sometimes spoke of his vio-, decidedly mixed "condition. ieni lempei. i.senate launched into, the wool tariff visit the! fight today" but it is anticipated that j the discussions will not-stick closely i the point repudiating La Follette. The removal of the Canadian reci- procity from the congressional stage in a The and white boudoir full, of dainty little band-made garments. "Louise was ro happy preparing for the corning of Henry Clay Beattie i caucus Tues- day and the cotton tariff bill, with to B-erltn advices indicate the serious- ness of the situation, the relations be- tween Germany and France being greatly strained. There can no longer be any doubt that Germany has proposed a "settle- ment" of the Moroccan imbroglio which met with a decisive refusal on the part of France. No official details are forthcoming either from Berlin or Paris, but both governments have refrained from deaying circumstan- tial reports which have been increas- ing in th-e European capitals for tub past week. It appears to be a fact that has offered to declare its disinterest- edness in Morocco and band over the HUE MORE B South American as Wei! asi Italian Ports Now Under Ban. Bleachers Coilapsed With Crowd at Game, Causing Bad Panic. INCENDIARY BLAZE FOLLOWS IN NIGHT Club House and Grand Stand Destroyed After Serious Accident, NEW YORK, July cholera quarantine was today declared against all South American as well as all Ital- ian ports. All arrivals from these ports will be detained while blood tests are made. Half a dozen Italian steamers are expected within the next 48 hours. They win he held for ten days. The health officers believe that the prompt defection of the cholera case at Bellevue hospital, its removal to quarantine fumigation of the lodging lionse where the malady at- tacked its victim will be effective in averting an outbreak. Suspects in Boston. AUSTIN, Tex., July fig- country sovereignty of France, BOSTON; July tests ures today on the election for a cou ion Fsanee gives in exchange j were today made on the 25 inmates territorial quid pro quo in the shape; of the house in which Mrs. Tomaslna stitutional prohibition amendment in- said Mrs. E. J. jatth Beetles mother.. 'She.did notifnTifF the kaow-tf thata-ther tonry.Clay .Beattie measure, but the third, the child of Beulah Binford. The about votes. Full returns not be in before Wednesday. Earlier Bsulah Binford was thirteen years eld when the infatuation of the young merchant for her began. Her testimony showed that Bt-attie has reen her often since that time and that the two 'were to ze the r in Beat- wool bill in" still Ms a mat-1returns Save the anti-prohibitionists ter of conjecture. Democratic leaders I a about Both sides are tie's machine the night murder. before the in the house, sorrra of them at least, j claiming the victory and the''vote ap- are still skeptical as to whether the pears remarkably close senate will pass any of the tariff j bills now before it. They have tried to obtain some definite information 1 WASHINGTON. July Susie from senate leaders as to what will be done but little is forthcoming. i L. Vaughan. founder of Decoration of a huge slice of the French Congo. Premier Asquith Hooted. LONDON. July the first in receat years a premier of time J ay> hc> dled the natron was howled down by tae house of commons when Premier As- attempted today to explain to that -body the action of the govern- ment to force the passage of the bill limiting the veto powers of the house of lords. Asquith was jeered for over i rt, I l AVI V VA star i a half hour by the conservative mem- Mastrodonico died of cholera yestar- day. All are Italians and will kept under rigid quarantine. be More Cases in Trieste. TRIESTE, Juy sus- pected cases of cholera were discov- ered here today. All have been iso- lated. ng The senate situation refuses to un- home, here' was M> Olivet bers of the house while cries of.-.. _ ________ ravel. Democrats want, a wool re- today. Shortly after the "Traitor to England" drowned every result of a severe cold. His physi- POPE PIUS ILL RHOME, July Pius was to- day forced to take to his bed as the civil war Mrs. vision and so do the republican insur- i C1VU war Vaughn started the effort he made to speak. When he cians, however, deny that his condi- gents but they cannot agree on the honoring graves of finally did make his explanation it tion is serious, and assert he will be I dead soldlers- July Alaskan probe WASHINGTON, the congressional committee, Attorney General Wicker- sham toray denied in full the of Delegate Wi'-'kershani that he had refused to investigate the grab of land on Controller Bay by the Gus- genheims. Evidence wss today introduced be- fort the Stanley steel trust probe committee to the that in 18iM> eleven of the largest steel concerns in the country entered a pooling agree- One Was Fined and Ail Were Warned to Go Home Earlier. to the Star-Journal. MILAN, 0., July the resnlt of a brothers' row here about mid- night, Satnrttay. Andrew Rice was fined a dollar and costs by Mayor Bassett this morning. The case was unusual, five 'brothers being involved, three of them as witnesses. There has been bad feeling among the men over the recent division of a small estate and the trouble was re- newed Saturday night over some work in a. Several of the brottters, at least, had been drinking and Andrew, it is claimed, struck Eu- gene Rice in the jaw. Eugene caused Ihe arrest and bad his brothers, Fred and as witnesses for his side while John Rice, the fifth brother, espoused the canse of Andrew. Both and Andrew are married. Andrew pleaded "not guilty" but was convicted and fined. Mayor Bas- sett warned all the brothers that here- after they must go home earlier and must' not remain hi town after 10 o'clock at nigtot or all woold be locked up. The brothers claimed the stores were so crowded Saturday night that .hey couldn't attend to business be- NEWARK, O.. July ing the coiispse of the bleachers yesterday in which thirty. were hurt, fire of incendiary or- igir, completely destroyed Vie grand stand and baseball club- house, last night, causing a loss of The piayars lost their uni- forms, balls, bats' and gloves. Thera is no clue. Fully jieople were in the sectioa of the bleachers which went down'. The crash came daring the fourth and soon after an play which brought the crowd cheer- ing to its feet. The rooters had seat- ed themselves aad were qaiefer watching the game, when without warning, the entire section crumpled as though the supports were made of iath, and in an instant shrieks- agony and terror rent the air, which a few minutes before, had rang with.. of the now struggling spec- tators. The players of both teams immedi- ately hurried to the bleachers and, to- gether with "poHceTTBegan" the work of rescue, which was made diffi- cult by the frenzied bleacberites struggling in the mass of splintered timbers and trampling, in their ror. on those of the debris. Many women tvere in the mass vi writhing humanity and their eaenrta fought wildly with the surging mob to save them from trampling feet A few children were also mingled ore 10 o'clock. kind. In his statement on the reciprocity bill. President Taft expresses his I personal gratification and bestows credit upon Secretary Knox. demo- crats and republicans. He says: "In sense, the bill passed was a j nonpartisan measure, though the i republicans who voted for it proba- 1 bly did so oa one economic theory and the democrats who voted for 'it or. was in an inaudible voke. about in a few days. SECRETARY OF WAR ST1MSON LOOKS OVER WORK ALONG 'BIG PHOTOGRAPHS SHOW STUPENDOUS NATURE OF GOVERNMENT'S TASK "I- should be wanting in straight- j forward speaking, hokever, the credit not freely acknowledge t he credit that belongs to the democratic ma- jority in the ho-jse and the democratic minority in the senate for their con- sistent support of the measure, in an earnest, and sincere desire to secure ment through which the companies j its pa.ssage. Without this reciprocity divided up the steel business among would have been impossible. It would themselves, limiting both the man-1 not have been cBffinilt for them to ufaclure and the sale of steel plates, i fasten upon thn bill amendments af- The committee will attempt to prove fecting the tariff generally in snen a that the agrnp-irent is still in force.! way as to embarass the executive Presiden Taft again figured in the and to make it doubtful whether he Lorimer scandal investigation today, j could sign the hill and yet to claim Edward Hines, stand, testified who that was on the Congressman Eoutell, cf Illinois, volunteered to popular approval for their support of reciprocity in its defeat. words, the democrats did In other! not 'play j see President Taft on behalf of Lor-1 polities' in the colloquial sense in Imer and that the president had de-j which those words are used, but they clared that to him. Lorimer was acceptable Wowed the dictate of a higher policy." POWERFUL PUBLIC SENTIMENT BACKS WILEY; [S SECRETARY WILSON PLAYING FOR DELAY? STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. own state of Indiana does not lag Munsey Building. behind in its testimonials of appre- WASHINGTON. July 24.-Back of j ciation of him and interest in his Dr. Harvey W, Wiley, the accused side of the controversy. government chemist, there is lining; Insurgent senators and representa- up one of the most formidable army tives ara hearing, from their const! tu- of supporters that ever fought fonents by the thousands in regard to any victim of alleged persecution. :Dr. Wiley, which indicates that Dr. Senators and representatives from I Wiley's enforcement of the pure footJ many sections of the country- are be- i law is regarded as an important part Ing deluged with letters from eonstit- of the progressive reform movement ueats insisting that they do all they i in the United States. Gifford Pin- can to protect Dr. Wiley. The j chot and .lame? A. Garford are evinc- writers say that the issue presented is ing a interest in Dr. Wiley's fundamental. They declare that up- case and will be conspicuous on the on the outcome depends the welfare firing line of the doctor's supporters not only of the present generation Senator is another active but of the generations to come for Vviiev partisan if Dr. Wiley is driven out of the public service the special inters will seize the gevernment machinery of 2 h Dr T I of Kentuckv's most Letters and telegrams of this char- j tillers has "teles are Coding in.'such -numbersjTaft 4S both to members of congress and 'the i "We respectfully but earnestly pro- the crowd, but most of these wriggled out and escaped injury. As fast as the injured were moved from the shattered seats, they were carried to the diamond, where they .-vere laid on the ground aarf- given harried assistance-toy the few surgeons -who happened to be at AH possible aid was rendered until the arrived, whea the injured were harried to two pitals where examinations showed none necessaray fatally injured, al- though several bones were broken and two or three may not recover. The game was between the CentraF league teams of Wheeling, and New- ark and was "originally schedued to have been played in the West Virgin- ia city, but was transferred to the grounds here, nearly all the seats which were occupied. The most ser- iottsly injured were: William Jennings, crushed and iaW jtrred internally; may die. Fred Dupler. back sprained, hurt; internally: in serious condition. Roll-In Zook, crushed about the chest and leg broken. Daniel Davis, right leg broken in July 'two Places. William Whitner of Columbus, O., MANSFIELD, 0.. Mansfield has appointed Charles F. Ackerman of Mansaeld. receiver t'hest crushed and badly injured about the Richland County bank of Butler, the head. which closed its doors last Wednes- William Lyle, head cut and collar day, following failure to realize on bone broken, investments. PORTSMOUTH fl _ ,Tnh- -result of tmr-explDSioa of a frsig engine at Afton. 0.. west of here, Ed-: ward Riser, engineer, of Portsmouth.! is dead and Bennett, Kayser, probably fatally scalded. INJURES" PIRUT IW IIMHIAMA CIUH I MM I hi Ul ANA GARY. Ind., July Eight people were badly injured" when an explosion July wrecked a two-story building used is The bodies of Mr. and Mrs. Edward a restaurant eariy today. Most of D. C. Crane, well known residents, ihp injured had to be carried from the were found dead in their home here, seccrnl floor. The police attribute UM The couple had apparently made a explosion to a leaking gas pipe but. srricide pact and had swallowed car- Georse Weaver, the proprietor, be- bolic acid. lieves he was the victim, of a d'yaa- i mite outrage. BIRMINGHAM. Jnly Col. lohn W. Tomilson of Birmingham.1' CINCINNATI. "July'.; Dr. and member of the national democratic Mrs. W. L. Milner of this city, the committee, died in St. Vincent's hos- latter a daughter of Col. C. B. Wing, pita! from aji operation fo? prominent paper manufacturer, wera citis. performed Thursday last. probably fatally injured at Cteves. O., i when their went over a NAPOLEON. 0., July On a dore seventy-five-foot embankment of several playmates Delloris Long- _ brake of Deshler. cnwled undf-r 'a SOUTH NORWALK, Ct. July frieght engine on the ?idc> trsrk. A puzzling eye disease, which is wide- As was emerging on opposite side, spreod in Connecticut towns this sum- the train startrd. His head, right me r is said by physicians to be eanseti shoulder and left hand were severed, by the use of oil' on the streets WIND CAUSES LOW WATER AND TROUBLE FOR STEAMERS OW BAY AND LAKE DURING DAY WASHINGTON, July days ago. specting the canal work at Panama j in coaipany with Brigadier General j The high west wind of Sunday trip to Put-in Bay no stop was night and Monday, increasing in vela-; at cither Lakeside or Marblehead .city as the day advanced, had the1 The big freighter Zimmerman', at i effect of seriously interfering with the Hanna docks taking on a cargo I navigation on Sandusky Bay and Lake, of coal, was expected to be. held !a Erie Monday. The water down port hene until the wind subsided from two to two ore-half feet in the ant! the water raised. Bay Monday morning and sfearners of Weather Observer Nimmo said the any large size had difficulty in getting indications were for continued hisr'a out or in. winds over Monday night The max- Ine Cedar Point line was most imum velocity of the wind UD to I'-30 seriously effected, nrither the Boeck-, p. m. was 32 miles an hour. ling nor the being able to east end cove Monday morning, ia make trips. This WMS on account: places where the water in normalh' of the water at the docks at the of a depth of 3V, to 4 feet there was resort. This inconvenienced the re- no water at It was' impossible sort management considerably but for scores of small boat owners U> the big launch Col. Woodward was get wit with their craft pressed into service and the situation Contrary to expectations of man- somewhat relieved. the steamer Put in Bav made h rs through feet the rnomins- an hour airivmj con 1 cut i   Arrow i siderable difficulty, a landinf 'level Sea nesr 
                            

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