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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 29, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        I. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY I THE HOME PAPER .r THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1911, LAST EDITION Inside Story of Gobbling Up of Tennessee Concern by Trust. OWE FIRM INVOLVED WAS LIKELY TO FAIL Government, Morgan and Oth- ers Poured Millions Into New York Without Avail, NEW YORK, July in- Side story of tfce gobbling up of the Tennessee Coal Iron Co by the steel trust was today told the Stantey trust probe com- mittee by Lewis Cass Ledyard, who conducted the negotiations with J. P. Morgan. He declared that at the time Moore and Schtey, who held the stock of the steel company, were being hard pressed by bankers and that they nad outstanding debts of 000. Ledyard said he took the matter up with J. P. Morgan who oeclared that if Moore and Schley should fail it would precipitate a crisis all ever the country. Judge Gary, of the steel trust, was called, m and althourp reluctant to do so, agreed to buy the Tennessee Steel Iron Co. to keep Moore and Srhlay from failing. L. C. Hanna, brother of the late iMark Hanna, concluded his testimony -juu3er-a- searching fire of questions out did not explain much. "It is a fact, is it not, that the gov- ernment, through George B. Cortel- you, thnn secretary of the treasury had come to the relief of the strained firipncial'sit'iation by pouring COO into the banks of New York and that President Roosevelt, in a public -eti.T, congratulated his secretary of the treasury for this course, which Jie declared had averted a 'That is a matter of record "It is also a fact, is it not, that .T. r. -Morgan and his associates had poured at the same time into the banks here to calm "That 'also matter of re cor It is a further fact, is it not, testified by E. H. Gary at a hearing fcefore this committee in Washington that his corporation offered to "loan Moore Schley that Col Oliver H. Payne offered to loan them Q nnf m i VON TIRPITZ IS ENGLAND'S BOGEY-MAN; BUILDER OF GERMANY'S DREADNAUCHTS NUMBER 250, THE WEATHER Forecast: Showers Sunday morning. Temperature at 7 a. grees. Temperature one year degrees. 3r.n rises Sunday ac a. in. and sets at p. m.; rires Men- day at a. m. and sets at p. m. (standard thno.) Maximum wind vel TO EXPLAIN VOTE 1 hours ending at noon today. n -t 12 west morning. at sturday Convicted of Sending Biack Hand Let- ters to IViiiiionaire. i TO BE EMPLOYED; j Government Charged Scheme to Frighten Erie fense Claimed Burns' Plot, Franco-German Dispute Over! is Near a Set- tlement. i REPORTS PEACE NEAR. VIFNMA i, i VIENNA. July A ERIE. PA., ,luly Per-! kins, head of the lYrkins Dective I Agency was found guilty of sending j t Hand letters to Millionaire j i Strong, of this city. Charles H. i Franklin manager of the Philadelphia branch of the agency, was also found guilty. The Perkins detectives were em- I ployed by Millionaire Strong last j winter to trace down the vandals who _' j th? family mausoleum, Later the Strong family began receiv- LONDON, July Tirpitz! the evolution of her fleets, regardless >peak the name behind the back cf of disarmament proposals from any ny Englishman and see him jump. Right now, with the powers at oggerheads over the Moroccan situ- ation and England, Germany another million and that two other persons or firms each offered Moore Schley to tide them the period of "It has been so stated by Judse Gary. "Then whv, Mr. Hanna the Tennessee Coal iron Co. have to cell out to the United States corporation in order to avert an even panic than was prevailing here si that time? Yon say the banks were pressing Moore Schley to take u- their loan cf about ?6.000 000 on Tennessee Coal Iron stock. To do this, you say that Moore to convert their Tennessee Coal Iron stock into United States corporation second mortgage' bond.t 5 per cent. You say further that Moors Schley could not make this conversion under the agreement, which held the majority! stock of the Tennessee company' in a_ close community interest, without tho consent of all (he other holders of that stock, nnrt that, therefore to Moore Schley you. as one of two managers of th's syndicate con- sented to the absorption of your com- pany by the steel corporation Is that "Perfectly right." "Then tell us, Mr. Hanna. why ar.O how it was that after the govern- ment's millions pud those of tho Mor- gan crowd had failed to avsrt a pan- ic, the enabling of a single firm quarter.' Rightly or wrongly, Admiral von Tirpitz, who for twelve years has been Emperor William's minister of marine, is held responsible by the press of all Europe for the uncom- promising battleship competition of the nations for supremacy on the sea He is sixty years old and looks young er. He is marveiously well versed in his art, and can repeat the name of every battleship in the world, giv- ing its date of construction, tonnage, displacement, and the details of its armament. He is intimately acouaint- d with the resources of every ship- Tviii 1, i, building yard on the face of the will go her own way in earth. thp I ana France looking daggers at each er, Alfred von Tirpitz is a name dreaded through all Britain. Von Tirpitz it is, builder of all fig gun battleships, who has lifted the imperial navy of Germany from insignificance tc a power portentous to the mistress of the seas herself Tirpitz it was who, explainin- his country's dreadiiaught construe' tion program before the German reichstag, declared: today declares that the Franco- German situation has been settled v nor detaiis. :k government alleged, were sent to t'nem by thi? Perkins people in the es- DAYS LEFT F. W. Ohlemacher Definitely Entered for Vice-Mayor, Fill- ing Democratic Ticket. CANDIDACY OF BROD NO JOKE, HE CLAIMS Carl J, Biehi Likely .to Be Third Ward Councilmanic Candidate, _.. inem oy tto KerKins people in the ex-i exceptions of a vew I Cation that they would be emploved i SenatOF Will AddrBSS Farmed to hunt down tbe Black Banders. I _ i? Perkins men claimed that the j ol LtflWOOU Park On _ LONDO.N July opinion is today that the Moroccan situation j asency to keep the Perkins agency is improving, despite active prepara- establishing the innocence tions for possible hostilities. One i the McNamaras in the Los Angeles i Tlmes case but this was i Atlee has ac- of dispatching British and French denied the charge. at tbe invitation to deliver the address at the Erie County The case has been j Agricultural society's oicnic at Tin warships of etjnal tonnage and arm- sensational from the outset. at un- ament to the Panther, to Agadir in i Porltills was sentenced to three case the Gc-rman vessel or vessels, years in tbe t, .and Franklin to five years. Perkins the case may be is not withdrawn j broke down at the sentence. from the Moroccan port by a date yet i Park, Vermilion. i will be "Reciprocity." His subject PARDON; WILL REMAIN IN JAIL JEFFERSON CITY, MO., July interest to 'farmers, Secretary Zerbe is confident that Is confronted with by the Lon- don and Ports governments after the news of the Panther's arrival at! Agadir to take a step of this kind j This decision, however, was not put' C into execution, as, on consideration Hadley ..._ it was thought it might be regareded e refusal of a convict to accept a as provocative. e Penitentiary. uo 10 Keen regrets have been expressed QO ey% to serve I to be given a cordial welcome, in various En? a Step Was not ucmy ivicLii rv i -p t for instance, editorially declared are njs prison mates and that "action is the proper answer to only _ home the penitentiary. action, and if the governments of D i to get out of here-" Senator Pomerene supported the reciprocity, measure, his vote helping to pass it through the senate, al- though the Grange was opposed to the bill. He has marie a vigorous de- fense of his course and for this rea- son bis talk here will be of great Senator Pomerene will be able to come here and deliver tbe address. It will be his first appearance in this section of the state and he is certain 3 IIU, X. t7C.TL.tl JLJ1 C3OCU 'fin If u, 1J I4JIJ IN V quarters that such years murder. told the pardon better choice could have been made taken. The Daily Mail y5trs of for a 8Peaker at the fanners' picnic. NEW OFFEft FOR ATWOOD Great Britain and France had acted BagJey said. "These prison officials with acted rather and other inmates are my friends. I than they showed a dis-, the remainder of my position to do at the outset the sit-l hfre-" nation would not have bscome so i r, was lmprisoned 19 years ago. difficult. If craisers had been sent to i bt urged further to leave. Agadir to assist Germans in their j Jrofessed mission of .protecting the j nterests of Europe, we shouldn't. lave drifted into the position of hav- i Uie 'ng to make emphatic declarations on the Millrrsburg Glass :he platiorm or the house of cam- j plant was offered BA5KBCPT SALE OPEN MILLERSBURG, O., July. 29 bankruptcy proceedings" against company here the 9 Whether these regrets have' Jus- r, d fication or not, it is, of course, im- i knockrd off to him to possiMe to say, but the fact remains i provni of the referee who was hat the two governments abandoned ent i-.. confirm it. Thereupon heir intended action on the before the court i that it might be regarded as provoca- I tion. cheme Reported to Attack Le- Measure Expected to Pass gality of Constitutional Con- vention if Necessary House for Revision. CL he e Workers had positive gO- Ju'y J. July 29.-The fight declared today that j can coalition for biw.der tariff revi- inicrmation that i sion has gained ground and it was rack the legal-.'confidently predicted both houses legislation providing forj.that a conference-created compromise plans are on foot to atr ity of the legislation D _ tne constitutsoaal Convention next ;ear_in the event delegates are elect- in New York, Mrx.ro Sclilov, to sat- isfy the demands of tbe banks stopped the panic then restorer! conj-'- dence all over the United States a'r.'f] set the wheels of industry hu be progressive, cons Lewis declared the of the stats have of action wool bill, fanr-3rs tree bill, and possibly the cotton likely to put through sugar and other'sehe'duks ebe Bsuintion. capitalistic in-! Meantime indication ar? str-ngor pre-; than ever that President Taft will ox- lhe ercise his veto power on tariff legis- as though it wnl.iation prior to the submission of the r 5 a constitution tariff board report in December. iney will enoeavor to have i the convention declared illegal. j his re- Mllwankee-Chicagjo Flight Suggested for Curtain- MILWAUKEE, July tions are under way for Aviator Har- ry Atwood to make a prize no- stop flight between Milwaukee and Chicago. This will be prior to his flight from New York. With but one week remaining within which to file petitions for nominations, democrats find that they will have no vacancies to be filled although on the republican side but two aspirants have thus far come out openly, Mayor Lehr- er for re-election and Henry Blok. er for city auditor. The demo- cratic list was practically com. pleted Saturday when F. W. Ohle- maqher, now a member of council, announced himself a candidate for vice mayor and in his favor were put out The entry of Albert "Stun" Brat' as an avowed candidate for mayor, at first considered a joke makes five as- pii-ants make an exhibition flight of Kaiser William on the Mo- roccan situation. It is conceded his decision will mean peace or war. bid to but the referee and the sale j from Chicago to New York .'tomber 6. Al -i the property of J. W. Fenton ..unkruptcy was sold. He was con tiected with the glass company. No definite wort has yet been re- ceived- by officials of the Sandusky auto club with reference to the pro- position for Atwood to stop here and city tion. Brod declared Saturday that he is in earnest and that he was urged by friends to go into the race. He ia proprietor of the Bank ckfeTra.Cplnm- bus avenue'saloon." When asked if he had any platform he replied he had not yet determined this. It now looks very much like a con- test between W. L. Fiesiager and Jacob Dietz for the democratic nomi- nation, although William Leitz and Edward.F. also can- didates up ie vote. For solicitor George C. Steinemann will again ran and for treasurer Albert Wiesler sessa mation and election. For auditor :here are three candidates Frri Bauer, Jay J. Hennessy and Marphy. For councilman-at-laree, three to be elected, J. Frank Donahue ar-dl J. C. Parsons are the only, candidates to The lighting qaestioa will inter into the and .the dem- ocratic candidates expert to a niblic statement, setting forth 7 where they stand in the matter For councilmen there may be some ontests. In the third ward Charles hiem is an. lor cause he is Shore railroad, opposition has de- veloped. It seemed probable, Satar- day. that Carl J. Biehl. well known Monroe street druggist, would be in- duced to get into the race and there was also talk of Adam Tight a car- penter, as a No new petitions en route Papers taken out by possible ants. aspir- ARTILLERYMEN SOON TO MAN PANAMA GUNS; DEAL SURE DESTRUCTION NINE MILES AT SEA make the answored Mr hesitatingly, "had Mnore fc failed many cibcr and feerage houses vvrnud have grone dov-n in the ruin.'' And that was only explanation the committee could get out of Han- na. AKRON, 0.. July liam T. Sawyer, serving his second term, will seek election lor the th'rd time. The cotton bill will pass the house I next Thursday probably. Democratic i leaders assert that if the present _. program is carried there is noth- J ne to-1 jng to prevent adjournment about the TUT! up to I midrlVi of August The plan contemplntes a compro- WOOi van and C a" Io COnfCTenfe from Franklin countv. iilc.y j in the brc- named Press Club Progressive. fight for thf at tiie comi GOES TO HAITI .or Tuesday. The free list bill, instea-c of being handicapped with the sugar, steel and other sched- ules riders, is to be changed only "WASHING-TON. JnTy rev-j by the Bailey amendment, which olutionarv crisis in Haiti, with the; strikes out the provision placing farm fail cf President. Simon's government.: products on the free list. This inevitable, caused the Amendment is necessary to insure the navy rle-p.rlrr.ent. to orr'sr the scout j republicsn insiircrent vote, cnncer SPlem. sister of the Chester} Democrats of both houses expressed and one of the swiftest 1'oats in the certainty that the free list hill will be to Port Au io rpjnforce Put through thp senate next Tuesday the American warships patrolling thej'ny the combination that carried coast of the republic. tho wool bill. Reorganization Plans to Be An- nounced Next Week Provide for 33 Concerns. NEW YORK, July ment was made today that plan? for the reorganisation of both tbe dard Oil Tobacco trusts mads public nsxt week. The" trust will be split up into M com- panies. RECIPROCITY A VICTORY FO R RAILROADS AND INTERESTS, MOT CONSUMERS, SAYS LA FOLLETTE XAUtOX Tvis.. July great wheat fields of Canada and are the caption. "Whose Sen- handed a club with which to beat ator LaFoliette denounces tiie the prices received by the nadian reciprocity pact, in the cur-i American farmer for his "rain Yet rent issue of LaFol'ettes magazine, the millerrs are amply protected from it a "piece cf private! the foreign t legislation" er.ac.ted into lav: "in FU- "It is a victory for rme to presidential man-' They may bring in free Protected from flour manufacturer packers. Standard Decision Modified. ST. LOUIS, July United States circuit court of appeals today modified its decree against the :ird Oil. Co. to conform de- cision recently handed down by the United States supreme court. Tho company is given six months time in According to LaFollette. tee treaty j sheep an5 cattle. I will not reduce the cost of Irving, po jnor "the outrages of the Payne-Al- drich tariff The passage of the bill he de- 3 VDC Q iriAfciVt- GALES TEKT IOW July is not' that John W. Gates more i tnan a few IPaeumDaisL-has de- iveloped along with his other sSseasetJ Garbage Collection and Reduc- tion Contracted for in Neighboring City. WILL 'SHOW SANDUSKIANS Peru Young Man Dived to His Here Again in Hope of Reviving Local Project, Recovered Today. j Special to The swimming i st to look over the grnnr.d again ga Grove, if revive the niovenifnt noc-r. about garlKigr- col'.wtion and disposal, i fsed 2ti- a Henry Wagner, consulting engineer of; Cincinnati, was in Sandusky Saturday. He came from Ixjrain where he has just closed a contract for a modern I and complete disposal plant and gar- l n %J i, O.. 9.-In o'clock, rtarerice" of Peru township' the, of npnnlp nri- the shore, among whom was h ed mother, driven frantic with grief over the misfortune which befell her boy and sole supporter. Roe's 'body- are the irmneasur- for with a fortific-d fenses of our nation ably strengthened. The fortifications at either l the canal are to be equipped with the i heaviest known guns. They are to be four fourteon-inch rifled cannons I at each outlet, eight twelve-inch mor- Itars at the Pacific entrance and six- jteen at the Atlantic entrance, and 'secondary batteries of six-inch guns. bag'- collection. "Thr at Lorain is exact- ly what w.> wanted to start here and what I heiievo Sandusky will ulti- mately adopt." said Sir. Wagner. "The collection of garbage has al- ready been commenced and in a few days tho site for thp plant wii! be chos'-n. l to be v.-itbin a few months to take a lame delosa- i tion from Sandiis by recovered at this morning F. M. Carrey, of the Lorain life saving crew, fifteen minutes after he I'-c-gan the search with grappling books. It was the eighth body recov- ered by Currey this ssason" Tbe body v.-as found at almost the exact spot where Roe went down. 250 feet off shore and a little west of the west breakwater. Coroner Knpble at San- dusky was notified and the body was taken to Norwalk. Roe was day school Pprll to tind S ST r-'r.n treduotion Bee was a member of a union JK -i, ofl.Pan-v with a man named Charles Car- vi__ "p, I r GP'Ve penter' also a Conned their "f V-k P tp- dispose bathing suits, secured a row t v. ot Lorain. out of vowed out same Riyna and Cbprlin. Tre There the men contract with the citv calls for S-S.-; row boat men egan 'n to 12 bad dived nrst cf off the WASHINGTON, July mate of Canada to cJmpeTewUh ou Warren had Just come from thev continue cnce with the which to dissolve along legal line. acd reorganize clares, "is a victory for the railroads. which may have the inereased traffic as Canadian Theat Sows into our mills and as agricultural implements, motors and other manufactures go from our factories to the farms and homes of Canada. "It is a victory for the millers. They are given access to the- -ecc-lvc prctrDtin against packers. "will "Artillerymen." said the senator, ri-( be sent to Panama within a be "It, is a victory for the newspaper publishers. They have opened the Just 01 tne racific entrance. Thev by a permanent gar- Tbe immense way, as. they believe, to get spruce weed and print paper of Canada to help relieve themselves of the pression of the paper makers' bination. "It is op- com- victory for the big indus- trial and transportation interests. "It is not, Mr. Mrs. Ultimate vocsumer, a victory -fer YOU." Warren may safely be presumed to I attacks know what he is talking about. And i The trernedons smashing' power his announcement forecasts the fourteen inch rifles and twelve- a" i The men started to swim for ?e. Out of most of' craft, realized that it was too i _. fertiliser win hP mpde. ifor them to'get to the boa- and sea- The tin cans are used for making win- called for help. A boat dow weights. The paner 3nU the shore and the rowers baled and shipped away. the two swimmers. g'ass is The dry rub- ed Carpenter and pulled him safely burned unwr the boilers, bat Roe went down helping to make steam. The steel I Carpenter's rescuers reached him summation of many years of political: inch mortars ia increased bv fact intrigue and planaing and they can be fired Kith accuracy wracking worry marks a i twice a minute, new epoch in world places however water Mrs. Roe became frantk when tight, are washed and sterelized after learned of the fate of son it wu oach nmoadins." iwith great difficulty that other Mr. Uagner expects t> interest San-; nickers restrained the uorrow-strtdi. tto Star and Stripes in the come within their range, accuracy citizens "in the pro-! ra powenui, wonid dare to ject th'Oiish-the construction were stili at work this EWSPAPERl iWSPAPERI   

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