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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - August 1, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        'AY'S NEWS TODAY '.'THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911, AGREE THAT KAISER WOULD SHOULD RESULT IN Senate Passed Farmers' Free List Bill on Reconsideration, 48 to 30. WAS FIRST DEFEATED WITH SHERMAN'S VOTE Amendments Add Meats and Boots and Shoes to the Free List, WASHINGTON, Aug. 1.-After 'being once defeated by a vote of 39 to 39, Vice President Sherman voting against it, the farmers' free list bill was reconsidered by the senate and later passed, 48 to 30. this afternoon. It passed after be- ing amended to provide free meats with all countries granting the same concession, and also boots and shoes. Befoie the final vote was taken the senate voted down amendments to place cement.coal, apples, benies and lemons on the free list and defeated other amendments to take from the fiee list meats of all kinds, oatmeal buckwheat, wheat and rye, thus leav- ing the bill m about its onginal form, except for the changes as to meats and boots and shoes _ The action was not unexpected and snows furthei the results of the work- msr agreement between the democrats and insurgent lepublieans, following -the passage of the reciprocity bill it is the hope of the leaders to send "the free Ust bill to the president along with the vviilen bill He is expected to veto them. "Wick vs, Wick" Probe Ended By Committee WASHINGTON, Aug general charges and denial between the two Wickershams of the govern- attorney general and delegate from house com- mittee on judiciary decided that it had no power to do anything but re- port the evidence to the It will report Delegate Wicker sham's resolution, calling on the at- torney general to furnish all thp papers and data bearing on the al leped frauds m connection with gov- ernment contracts The committee will not recommend that the house investigate Delegate Wickereham's charges that Attornev General Wickersham has shielded and protected "Alaska syndicate crim- inals." In a hearing enlivened with fre- quent and bitter clashes between the Wickershams, it developed that the delegate from Alaska had offered his legal services in 1908 to the Gug genheim interests m the Northwest- ern Commercial Co for a salary of a year and the maintenance of office headquarters m Seattle. TO MARK DEBATE SITE. BLOO.MIXGTOX, 111., Aug. The executive committee of tie 1 local Old Settlers' association to- dav announced tiat a huge gran- ite boulder, weighting over six tons, will be used to mark the spot Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A Douglas met in their o i oieyneu A uougl bpeaker Clark Sustained Point' I m of Order Against Fostoria Congressman. PLANS TO TRY IT AGAIN Well-Known Attorney Would Represent County in Con- stitutional Convention. Says Newspaper Reports of! Gen, Sheiwood's Imciviews i Were Untrue. Time Not Up Until Next Mon-j OUT WITH PLATFORM day Is Ruling of State jBRENGARTNER COMES i WASHINGTON. 1-Although he not permitted to complete his speech vesterdav m his ovvn defense in the matter otpension legislation Speaker Clark inling against him on Points of order that he was not speak- ins: to a question of "personal liege'' Congressman Carl C Anderson. j of the Sanduskv distnct, he has net finu hed bv anv means He ed to seek the floor again todav "at thp first opportunity. h.-d defended himself and his course as a democrat and paid 1'u, Uipoas ,o Gen Sherwood by im- plication although not bv name 'when he was called to ordei He was in- troducing newspaper clippings eon- U.inmg interviews with Gen Sher- jwood and marched down the aisle, P I swinging his, when Representa- membe tive Garrett. of Tennessee, made the i Secretary. NEW Second Democratic Mayoralty Candidate Declares His Po- Doings, Fourth Wards Fur-f ther ments for Registration, New members of the county board of-deputj supervisors of elections will HI even Germany's and its tremendous strengthen soldiery SoP IK larger than even then, military strategists agree, FOR MANEUVERS? LONDON, Aug. for maneuver purposes troops have been ordered to mo- bilize at Aldershot. The big battle- ship Edward VII was also ordered to reinforce home squadron. FEARING SUICIDE, JAILERS TAKE GUITAR FROM BEATTIE; NOW READS "NICK CARTER" l--Henry prisoners transferred. for t This action is taken because tion tor the alleged murder of his Saturday Mrs Chalrrvrs to the Bin-' on acadh and ceH and hold a long conversation with His guitar the girl The women whispered and >i I 4-Vi ___ i i hear what pass- THE WEATHER. Showers tonight or Wednesday morning fol- by fair, slightly cooler night 4 Temperature at 7 a. m., 74 de- grees. Temperature one year ago 65 degrees. Sun rises Wednesday at 4 "28 a. m. and sets at 6-46 p.'m (standard Twelve Bodies Are Recovered From Ruins of Canadian Insane Asylum. HAMILTON, Ont. Aug 1 bodies _ have already been taken from stories of "Dead Eye "Nick Carter" instead for fear fle the "jailer did not would use the strings to kill him- ed between them self it was planned today that I Beattie be indicted within two weeks' and that his trial begin within a month. "These people who think they are going to put me in the electric chair are all wrong They were nev- er more wrong in their lives I shall never be electrocuted. I'd take pois- on and kill myself in order to pre- vent anything like that." These words are attributed to Beat- T _ tie, by an official who has been work- wOVemOP TflO BUSY and point of order. Anderson objected to j meet again Tuesday to' organize the interruption and continued to speak should the commissions of the new Wfl llP t rlO fOTMlKllrtlTii- _ .1 T____ f ft.'m _ V tional convention is R. 8, Fisher well-known attorney, who now has his petition out and is secur- ing signatures. He has entered the race on his own initiative and without the backing of any or- gamzation. Belk-'vmVThaTVe old board j Tuesday if he was Pired at m" of Julv 31 himselt He et wound there Was ismess and then arranged to' Clerk while the republicans applauded him {members arrive. Garrett persisted in his objection' Daerzbaeh believed tV old and was sustained bv the speaker i over until the first Mondav Anderson v i iMVlludv ijj for one hour's appealed to the secretary of state m which to make his speech but once for an opinion. WP nothing oojectionable in the pings read or sent to the desk. again the Tennessee member object- ed. Speaker Clark said he could see clip- It was apparent that the democrats were not in sympathy with Ander- son and were in no mood to listen to him He complained that some of his papers had been taken from his desk and promised that when he recovered them he would again pre- sent his case Graves said He was the commissions be sent out next Monday organize, the new orge Msher is a commercial lawvef and is a republican, in polities Delegates to the constitutional convention, however, -axp -ofeosen oa n August of ballots so that politis ustained. s BRYAN PROGRESSIVE. DEFIANCE, 0.. Aug. Fol- S. A clcik m case of a ASSAIL DEAD MAN TO BOY MURDERER NEW YORK, August ment was made today that a desperate flght will be made to save Paul Geidel 17, confessed slayer of Millionaire Broker W. H. Jackson from the elec- tric chair. Geidel's attornejs today asserted they will prove that Geidel was in Jackson's rooms at the latter's and will attack Jackson's moral character Thej declare they will also prove that the police insert- ed part of eGidel's alleged confession after it was made. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, 18 at Tuesday miles south morning. the ruins of the Hamilton insane asvlum which was destrojed bv fire early today The rums are "being searched for more as there were 600 patients in the institution at the time, 85 of r% ing on the case He intends to go before the jurj and flght for his life. fined on the fifth floor. Doing con- Committee Fears Delay and Does Not Wish to Risk Granting Immunity. NEW YORK, Aug l.-The Stan- ley steel trust probe committee today decided that it would not call upon J. P. Morgan to explain his assistance in building up the steel trust. Morgan is now in Europe and the committee floes not wish to delay its report waiting for him to return It is also feared that by testifying Morgan might secuie immunity. George W. Perkins, formeilv of Cleveland, director of the United btates Steel corporation and chair- man of the finance committee of the International Harvester Co.. was sub- poenaed to appear before the commit- e. Perkins probably will called until next week. He will be followed by Charles M. Schwab, president of the Bethlehem Steel Co. and former president of the Inited States Steel corporation. Both will be asked con- cerning their knowledge of the steel plate association of the United States, which was formed just before the or- ganization of the United States Steel corporation. Schwab was president of the Car- Cyclone in Texas. ABILENE, Tex., Aug. dead, 16 injured one of whom will die and an immense property loss is the toll of the cyclone which late }es- terday swept Abilene and Taylor county. The cv clone was followed by a deady fall of hail which killed hundreds of live stock. demand his life most horrible crime in the history of Chesterfield county there ar< Remain in Capital Until Saturday. NOTED PAINTER DEAD LONDON, Aug A. Abbey, the noted American painter, died here today. Abbey is believed to have overworkd himself on the mural decorations for the new Pennsylvania capital One of the signal honors that came to him was the commission from King Ed- ward to paint the scenes depicting the latter's coronation. until Tuesday Au must be chosen by lot Ul deadlock and then a chief deputv of opposite parties elected Both S S Pntchett and Lewis Bngelbry will be reappointed to the board. At the last meeting of the old board impoitant business was disposed of, the most important, perhaps being the creation of two new voting pre- cincts, one each in the First and Fourth wards. This gives four pre- cincts to each ward, a total of sixteen for the city. August 14. at 7 p. m.' was designated as the time for hear- ing any possible protests against the new arrangement. The creation of the new precincts was decided upon because of the hea- vy vote in the old precincts, The new division of the First ward is as follows: Precinct Anderson street _. Jennings Bryan gave aa unqualified endorsement of the proposed progressive constitution for Ohio. He declared it should include the referendum, initiative and recall. Bryan made no refer- ence either in his lecture or his interviews to Harmon's candidacy for the presidency. He expressed the hope for the passage of the wool bill, campaign publicity bill and direct election of senators bill by congress. to Perry, and from Monroe north the bay. to Precinct the west side of Perry to the east side of Hancock, inclusive, and from Monroe street to the bay. Precinct the west side of Hancock to the east side of Columbus avenue, and Irom Monroe street to the bay. Precinct the west side of tolumbus avenue to the east side of Decatur street and from Monroe street to the bay. The new Fourth ward division fol- Precinct the west side of (Continued on Page 3) would not hestitate to carry out the threat purported to have been made. Magistrate West issued an order auaouircemenriEathe will be unable to go to Sandusky Friday to attend the legislative reunion, Gov Harmon has cal'ed forth democratic protests. FINANCIERS OF WORLD WILL NOT PERMIT WAR VANCOUVER. B C Aug ode to peace while the martial strains of impending war are threatening to add discord to the concert of the old world's nations, is being sounded by Thomas TV' Lawson, of "frenzied fi- nance" fame "The nations of the world have gone ahead more rapidh m the past five years than during the preceding twenty-five years." said Mr Lawson, in discussing the influence of finance on the present war that is ove--shad- owing Europe and threatens to re- mcdel the old world according to the drama of Napoleon Bonaparte. "Everything is tending towards the the Lieut. prominent Whether not and governor absent, however, ,Tin oe little politics at the a request that he order the union and interest mav wane. The governor finds "so much busi- ness claiming his attention that he has decided to remain in his office until Saturday He can make mere national con- vention votes at Ceda-- Point than in Cincinnati" one official, an ardent Brjanite, declared sarcastically He refening to the governor's at- tendance last Saturdav at the Cincin- Democratic club outing HP will BEULAH BINFORD POSES FOR PICTURE- SAYS SHE HAS ALIBI IN MURDER when has arisen a ouestion. having "51 E the finance! nt i. v" tiJC "uauces pt the whole world and directlj upon the finances of each of the four great Powers namely, England, France Germany and the United States if means that while It apparently is a war question it is paramountly a question of finance Therefore I say or -__j. tha are lions to one that 'found and m the hours. home citv next Saturday svorth club outing, so Cincinnati party clubs rep- ig _different factions, vvil'l be alike From Cincinnati, the r will go to Cleveland When he arrives Sunday morning he will be hustled to a launch and taken t at the present minute the ablest a naval Yacht solving this question and it's mil Wll! start inMnediatelj Dorothea, On two way out will be of GOV o-n next forty-eight Participate in the entire cruise. "As a stockholder I am be Aug for tee. negie Steel Co. and he will be asked about the printed agreement which later was incinerated in the furnaces of the Lukens Iron Steel Co. or Coatesville, Pa. Both Perkins and Schwab will be interrogated aoout the organization of the United states Steel corporation and its relation to inde- pendent steel manufacturing con- cerns. They will also be questioned to the so-called Gary dinners. port where financial powers are set- j manner to all concerned tlmg important oar- Loncernea ticularlv war For the first time ..n history the great financial powers of the entire -world are working in uni- son and this at a time when it 15 pai- ticularly and peculiaih undeslrous for any distuibance that might mean danger to the financial equilibrium. "In fact, it means that the brightest and ablest Englishmen. Frenchmen, Germans and Americans, and by this I mean that al around able men at the moment we aie speaking about it, are pulling one way. and that is for the solution of this momentary and monumental question. The world over, we are living in an age of fi- nance, for all nations are acute to the dollar question, and England was never confronted more acutely inter- nally and externally with the dollar question, in the broadest way, of course, than now. "And the same may be said of Trance and Germany whose future prosperity depends upon commercial expansion. That being so that the ablest brains are in close touch today NEW YORK, bet 1.000 th? new ,Broadway-Lexington avenue arranged in a second all concerned" actory f otind artery of transportation, was broken. BOY LOSES LIFE; NOW FAIVIILY CAN EAT tenement for NEW YORK, Aug 1 -There was plentv of fooi in ifT8 upper Third avenue t the famHy. although they had been close to starvation more than a week had no heart to eat. Littte Morris, 6. the father's namesake, and the brightest of six boys and of the household, was dead in the morgue, his life hav- ing been crushed out under a trolley Car, while crossing the street in an attempt to get aid for his father. Hunger really caused the child's death as he was so weak for lack of food that he failed to get out of the car's SraJL aWe t0 UDder Enraged over Ins death a crowd tried to mob the crew and it required the police reserves to save them. Tightly clutched in the little hand of the mangled child was the bloody appeal penned by the elder Goldberg to a friend asking for a small loan so he could get bread. Police Captain Brecaan investigated and found the family actually starrag. The police took up a collec- tion. and raised enough money -for food and to bury the little child will not be given much consideration. The principal ixintest, it has already become apparent, will be over the li- quor question, which will probably be submitted to the people separately and the initiative and referendum, which is demanded by the Progressiva Constitution League and is ferored generally by democrats and so-called and is" opposed by Ohio State Board of Commerce Thus far no steps hare been taken here to call a meeting or to inau- gurate a movement looking toward the nomination of a progressive candi- date or a candidate to take a stand one way or the other on the import- ant issues. The entry of Mr. Fisher into the race is likely to arouse in- terest, however, and may bring out other candidates. W8S a uuea ma i uesaay, no new candidates being announced and no petitions be- ing taken out or filed. Sunday be the last day for filing petitions. Henry Miller took out a petition late Monday afternoon for the repub- lican nomination for council in tea First ward. In the third ward, Car! J. Biehl nas not fully decided but has indicated that he will probably not thp democratic nomination council. Should he decide not to m there is a movement on to put iro Charles Hanck, Monroe street paint- er, as a candidate. Boom FOP Graves. Secretary of State Charres H Graves reached his office in Columbus Monday after a two weeks' vacation Squire Dietrich and State Soions Disagree on Fish Statute. BeuJah Binford the "other Sirl" in of Henry Clay jr. the Richmond, Va., youth held on a charge of murdering his wife declares now she has a complete alibi in the event the state should require her to prove that it was who shot Mrs Beattie She says she was motoring with a certain other Richmond young man that nighf Peulah and Henry Beattie participated in man., before and a1 tor his marriage. picture. She posed m tha if- this Philip Dietrich, justice of the peace m and for Portland township. Eria county. Ohio, in the short spa.e of three minutes Tuesday afternoon- thrust himself into a position oJ state-wide prominence by declarina unconstitutional one of the laws ed bv. the recent legisiatuie. The statute affected by this sweep- ing decision from the a'ugust magis- terial bench provided that the use of tiammel nets to catch fish in the bar was illegal The title of the cabe was the great state of Ohio against Joseph Allan, charged with the awful cnma of using the aforesaid kind of a net as above specified m detail. This is believed to be the first that a justice of the peace has had the courage to tackle the constitution- ality of a law. "You should not allow fear of -n-b- he or newspaper criticism to infrfrrp with the performance of your duty in releasing this said Attointy George W. Ritter, m his argument to the court, "if you believe that law is unconstitutional you so declare." By branding the fishing law "class Justtw made himself a leading and his friends say he is low la for delegate to the constitutional <__ vention. It was contended by and hte counsel that the prvhibtthm of trammel net fishing affected tam of fishermen aud just because other kinds of more destructive, hundred ermen in this vicinity, art JEWS PA PER I -IWSPAPKR!   

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