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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 25, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio TODAY'S NEWS TOOAY THE THE HOME :HRTY-FOURTH YEAR KY STAR-JOURNAL. SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1911, LAST EDITION GETOFFUGIY BISHOP QUISLE? MAY BE CARDINAL By Not Contesting Govern- ment's Case, They Escape Prison Sentences. FINES OF EACH ASSESSED ON TWENTY Suit Practically Nullified As In- dicted Men Scramble to Enter Pleas, NEW YORK, July gov- ernment suit against the wire trust was nullified today wfien Judge Archbald signified his will- ingness to impose fines of each on those who entered Dleas of nolo contender. There was at once a rush of the trust magnates to thus escape the possibility of a prison sentence and twenty plead- ed, and paid fines today. Concentration was first created emong the eighty-three men recently indicted as members of the trust when it was learned that P. W. Roe- cling and several of his assqciates are among the indicted, would plead nole contendere, thus virtually admitting their guilt, in the hope's that they would draw merely a fine instead of imprisonment. It was feared they would be used as witness- es in convicting the others, among whom is H L Satterley, son-in-law -ctJ P. Then came the offer fioni the bench and the scramble to flee. All those indicted are likely to escape prison sentences. To Nullify Decision? NEW YORK, July was todav asserted in Wall street that, back of the new National City Co controlled by the National City, is a plan to nullify the effect of reorgan- ization of the Standard Oil and Tobac- co trusts as required by the recent su- preme court decisions It is assertei that the new concern will be used a holding company for the shares u the two convicted trusts, the trust to be split up into their original in tegral parts but the National com pany to hold all of the stock of the various conerns forming the two trusts. The Pope, planning lo appoint an- other American cardinal, is believea to have settled upon Archbishop James E. .Quigley, of Chicago. He is expected to announce the appoint- ment in the fall. NUMBER 246, A BITTER PILL International Situation Most Critical Now Since 1870, Says London Post. PARIS EXCITED BY RUMOR Premier Asquith Makes State- ment Through Press Which Commons Would Not Hear ALARMED FOR POPE. ROME, JuJy the announcement that Pope Pius is only suffering from a cold it is known thatohis condition has ere- ated alarm at the Vatican. His extreme age, the thought that he has been in failing health and worry over tfte confinement of the Vatican, it is feared, will count against his recovery. LONDON, July 25 since 1S70 has the international situation been as I critical as it is at the present! declares the London Post) oday in refeience to the Moroccan ituation. It is admitted at the oreign office that England is expect- ng a formal demand from Germany or an official explamation of the ech by David Llojd George m which he declared England would not tolerate Germany in Morocco. So fearful is the country that war is imminent that the today gave notice that the present rates for war risks will not hold good after August 15. Reserves Called Out? PARIS, July Paris is today agog over the rumor that German reserves have been called out and that France is about to call out its reserves confirmed. Reports From Various Points.- Tell of Damage to Lake Shipping. LUMBER BARGE FOUND WITH NO ONE ABOARD Party Thought Lost in Lake St, Olair Rescued After 19 Hours, The rumor is as yet un- -.Denied at Bet MOB THREATENS LYNCHING Texas Tonth, Attempting to Bob Woman, Shot and Killed Her. PORT WORTH, Tex, Julj 2j mob is toda} threateping to lynch Frank Martinez, a 17-year-old Span- iard, who attempted to rob Miss May Brown, 30, and when she struck him with a buggy whip, shot her seven times, killing her. The boy is in jail at Pecos where a sheriff's posse is guarding him. Special to the Star-Journal. PORT CLINTON. July growers in this section are alarmed again about the prospects of this fall's peach crop For the past week or ten days there has been another ng of peaches, large per- 1, green peaches without a blemish of any kind. Some attri- bute it to the intense heat of a few .weeks ago.-while otbcis claim there states that at the present time he i he estimated his crop to Republican Leaders Say Con- vention Must Repudiate G. 0. P. Congressmen. SENATE ACTION ANALYZED Lorimer Took Slap At Kenyon It is for Bailey, TALK OF RECESS. WASHINGTON, July 25 -Sen- v ate leaders are about agreed that the present session will end not later than Aug. 12 In the snarl final deposition of the wool revision and farmers' free list hills, the -votes upon which will be taken by the end of the month, theie has developed an unexpected disposition seriously to considei the resolution of Senator New- lands of Nevada, which calls for a recess immediately after Aug. 7, the date fixed for voting on the statehood bill, which will bring congiess back in early fall to take up important matters of iail- waj and industrial combination regulation as wel as tariff re vis- ion sensa-- tional speech charging railroad control of congress, favored the recess plan. BERLIN, July denial was made today of the sensational rumor in Paris that the government has ordered out of its mili- tary reserves The story originated m for the massmg of men for maneuver purposes. Adjourned Parliament; Statement by Asquith LONDON, July 25-Following the 6 f Wv right to the tUng of parliament adjourned "in case of grave A quith gavexwt to the newspapers a summary of the speech which he had ntended to deliver on the veto ques- tion. He said the government had proposed to specificallv declare what weie finance bills; the lords proposed to create a committee, which the Premier described as a junta, to de- termme what were finance hills and -matters of great gravity Tr might mean-whieh should be pat Woie the country by referendum. y Ihe leaders in the outburst against the pnme minister were Lord Hugh THE WEATHER. Forecast Wednesdaj, Wednesday. Fair rising tonight and temperature Temperature at 7 a. m, 38 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 78 degrees. Sun rises Wednesday at a m. and sets at p. m. (stand- ard time) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, 34 miles northwest at 5.35 Mo'nday night. i MAYOR LEHRER WILL SEEK ANOTHER TERM PETROIT, Jnly Several boab are mis-ins: and many wrecks are reported a of the fralp that last night swept the Great Lakes. The lumber barjrc Lneky Lucy, minus her crew, in bad condi- tion off Trawp City. It is not known whether the crew aban doned her or was swept over- board. The sloop Mavourneen is pounded to pieces near Mackinaw. The yacht is t on Beaver island and the racing yacht Illinois with a crew on board is Jniss- mg. j William Labadie and a party of. six mends were rescued on Lake St Uau- after being tossed about in a launch for nineteen hours. Numerous lives His Candidacy Announced Tues day and Petitions Put Out With Platform to Club Active. were saved by Sdving stations. the various life- .um u riugu Cecil, an intensely unpopular member of one of the most patrician fami- lies, and a young barrister F E nen1" recently acnleved promi- former kept up a constant Jflre of monotonous cries, and the labor Will Crooks, in and slouch hat, sitting across the aisle, several times jumped up as though about to assault him but was pulled back by friends The speaker after two houis de- cided to suspend the sitting to ob- viate graver disorders The mem- bers dispersed amid a scene of violent excitement, shouts of 'coward'" following the prime minis- ter _ as he departed, to which the was generally expected, Mayor it was said Tuesdav he expects even 3r Wl a i c-t, even apparently it is a the mayor said: o would have statement- nr ntf nao DOJU iuesaav HP e I Lehrer will seek a renomination and' stionsjer support this fall re-election. Whether he will have recehed aV j opposition for the nomination lemains aa-u. i to be seen but remote chance. The mavor announced his candidacy for the nomination Tuesday and at i once petition blanks were put out. His workers expect to have a large h S Trouble at the Bay. Special to The PUT-IX BAY, O.. July 25.--Condi- tions were iinpioved here todav the gale of Monday having aboar blowa itself out, but very few people were The Put- at her water being so could not use her the after- Girl in Third Deoree Tells Story S Indicating Possible Eidpe- ment. RICHMOND, Va., July teen-year-old Beulah Binford, subject- ed to a severe third-degree grilling, today told the police a story which makes them believe that Henry Clay Beattie, jr., planned to run away with Miss Binford and that this led to the [illing of his wife for whose murder ne is under arrest Miss Bmfprd insists that she be- lieves Beattie innocent of the crime. She says- she no longer loves the man "Because I felt that way they number signatures within a few daya. The first signer of the mayor's pe- tition was J C, Hauser. now director of safety, and yiiho, nas neen talked of as a possible republican candidate This puts Jlr Hauser out of the run- ning since the signature means that he will support the mayor for the nomination. The announcement from the mayor was tho most important political dep-t elovement of the day. While his friends, rave been confident all along that he would again make the race an efort had been made in certain quarters to make it appear that he was a doubt and aught not again seel, the'office. As a matter of fact, neon. i nHn before the l dock into deep water altaoneh after that will have a i looked for sometime as if the Furtht- tha tv steamer might be driven into- the further than this the mayor would! dock or on shore not comment on the situation He I _____ seemed perfectly satisfied however I i ,i t r 4. it political activity was largely con- Extreme Heat Keeps I The Mercury Hustling department office, himself t It looks very much as if July 1911 is out after all fecSS etition blished b rv were 1911 is out after all ec Petitions by prevfous tto f 6 1S tte flrst re- 34 years the weatter bureau ha? had candidate announced for this a Sandnsky observatory to register On the democratic, side, it was said RECORD OF CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, July congressional time table for the ministerialists hurled back cries "You're beaten'" We will win" of TO Foes of Reciprocity Transfer Activities to the Canadian Capital. OTTAWA. CANADA, July "While the passage by the Ameican congress Saturday of the Canadian reciprocity bill will aid the cause of the liberal leaders who are trying to secure its approval by parli- ment, the fight promises to be bitter The forces which tried to kill the measure in Washington have now transferred their activity to Ottawa and the opponents insist that the government program will be blocked at every point. The conservatives, who want to kill the bill, aided by anti-reciprocitv lib- erals, were insisting today that they would "talk the measure" to death." "Wherever the government can be embarrassed, it will be. but the lieu- tenants of the premier say the bill, as approved by congress will be adopteu by parliament although just when the vote will be reached is hard to say. The opponents of the bill would force a general election, with reci- as the paramount issue. inhere is a chance that they may yet able tcrdo so, although the liberal leaders wil] fight to the last to avoid this because they want to keep faith with President Tsft and have the present parliament pass the bill. STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, D. pas- (sage of Canadian reciprocity is i regarded as furnishing the biggefot I political question that will enter into next >ear's campaign. That it will give President Taft prestige and i standing amojg the people such as I would hardly have been deemed pos- J sibte a year ago is generallj predict- ed As a political issue it presents some preplexing phases, however. One of these relates to the treatment of recipiooit.v by tcp next republican national convention Republican leaders who voted tor the bill assert that the national convention must and will ghe its hearts and unquali- fied indorsement to the legislation. It is recognized that this cannot be done without putting the seal of ap- proval on a bill which the majority of the republicans of both branches voted against, but that will make no difference m the action of the con- vention, it is prcd'cted "There are times." said Representa- tive Crumpacker, "when national con- ventions have to repudiate congress and in this case I am sure that the convention and the country will stand by the One fact abo.it tte reciprocity bill i not gtneralh known is tbat tbe pro- i visions relativ to the admission of print paper and wood pulo will be- icome operative just as soon as the bill receives the president's signature, as it is not contingent upon anv ac- tion by the Do-ninion government. As soon as President Taft the bill print paper and wood pulp will begin to co-me into the United States free of tariff from all parts of the Dominion of Canada tbat impose no export duty or othe1' export restnc- i on paper, pulp or the wood from which >s rnnde. .Tnst what effect this will rave on reducing the cost of ppper to publishers remains; to be seen Representative Jamrs R. i t Mama of Chicago, chariman of the 'special committee that investigat-d j the paper and pulp situation, said i today. "I doubt whether we will ever i see cheap print paper in this country 1 again but I think the Canadian reci- procity bill will operate to prevent paper prices from going higher." Lorimor who hsc! counted for the bill, allowed nls aa- COLUMBUS, July 25-Unless Gov- ernor Harmon interfeicj Cletus Will- aman, Canton murderer, vnl] be elec- trocuted shortly after p-i day morning The for his father and for the poor V.tij. that has already lost his and would thus be entirely orph-'ied. 1 would make the sacrifice because it is almost killing his to think of losing _ him, ar-L my_neople wraMnH-care about I could without having oody care very much'' Detective? TP now working on the thec.y tl- t Henry Clay Beattie maj not have ed the shot that killed his July IS, but that an unknown House met 64 days Senate met 61 days. House in session" 295 hours, 11 minutes. Senate in session 253 hours and 9 minutes During last week House met two days. Senate met six dajs House in session 2 hours and 5 mo 1 TT- V-AMU. JVL- t tilt? rGWjrCt win Democratic temperature and smashing the r Stoically indifferent, apparently not realizing his serious predictment since the coronor's jurv held him for the murder of the beautiful Louise Owen Beattie, his wife, Henry Clay Beattie. hi toe the Richmond Va., jail reading newspapers and novels and smoking Paul-Beattie. his cousin who fainted while testifying that he bought a gun for Henry, is also calm now. Both he and Beulah Binford' "the other woman, are also oriwners. It was for love of iliss Binford. the state charges, that the crime 'was comnitte Mayor Lehrer Tuesday morning returned with his signature to Clerk Loth of the city- connc'l, the new dmance fixing the hst of service de- partment employes and their salaries The major's approia! of the ordir ance with the publication of the same ill make it legal. The ordinance referred to is onp which cut Wafer Works Superin- tendent Cronenwett ont of his job b> abolishing his "osltion. of the water works department ara increased his salarv to a year Inasmuch as Crcnemvett took office under the Lphrer administration and :it was oommonh repoite-1 that coua-j cil was taking a 'crack' at the major b> disposing of Cronenwett. there was some doubt as to what course the major would pursue when the ordin- ance came up to him for approval or thought of council's motive, he ap- department under an expert engineer more important than political squab- bles. At the same time Mayor Lehrer ap- proved of three other important ordin- ances adopted by "council Monday ening. One of these was the" 01.4 granting the L. S M. S the right to extend the bridge carrying tracks across Tiffin avenue and to lay and maintain three additional tracks. An- other was the ordinance granting the L S 51. S. the right to cross the streets of the with additional under the grade crossing elim- ination agreement. The appropriation ordinance was alsu (Continued On Page 6.) Eye Was Blinded by Bullet Chip, Asks A nr.t for damages common pleas court Tuesday John A, Himmelem. owner, ao Hathaway, lessee of tho fheatre, was the i i l lost jury fired by Cracks hot dunng the course of a vawtei formance. Chips from a bwllej; get stmck giro's Miss Riede attf-ncl ance at the theatre lect to screen off t. to the .petition, resu shots from a gun in the audience. The petition suit of the bluid in eye foif life Hospital bills are given as damages. The the law firm of King NFWSPAPFR! JEWS PA PER I
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