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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - August 3, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio I TODAY'S NEWS TODAY 1 i y THE_SANDUSKY STAR-, THE HOME ORT t Underwood Measure Cutting Duties Seems Certain of Passage. EARLY ADJOURNMENT NOW VERY PROBABLE Underwood a Popular Hero in House As Result of Attack Bryan, POEM WRITTEN BY SINCLAIR on .WASHINGTON, Aug. 3._Con- gress today entered upon what it is believed will be the home stretch. If Vie president vetoes the wool and farmers' free list bills it is expected that adjourn- ment will take place not later than August 15. The last vote under the agreement in the sen- ate will be taken Monday on the admission of Arizona and New Mexico. With the democratic steam roller working perfectly, there was everv indication that the would pass the Underwood bill for the revisioi of the cotton tariff before night The measure reduces the Payne-Aldricii cotton tariff 48 per- cent to 21 per cent, and reduces the tariff on manu- factured cotton articles about half The denunciation of William J Bry- an by Chairman Underwood yesterday afternoon still continues 'a topic of discussion. -The remarkable part was the apparent general approval of the remarks on the democratic EW REAPPORTIONMENT PASSED. WASHINGTON, Aug. j senate this afternoon passed the re- apportionment bill, fixing the num. ber of congressmen at 433. Ohio gams one new congressman. Sen- ators Burton and Root led the op- position to the bill. Two amend- ments by Burton were adopted, however, one providing that con- gressmen may be nominated'in same manner as the governor .__- of their state, arrd the other that n, .11. is tueir trea bnerman s Packed Conference your world- w l.nniA cif The following poem was written by Upton Sinclair, the author, while m the New Castle, Del., workhouse. He worked with a Pencil and a bit of had the warc THE ME.VAGERIE. Uh, come, ye lords and ladies of the Come from your couches soft your perfumed halls. Come watch with me throughout the weary hours. Here are there sounds to fill vour jaded nerves Such as the cave man, your fore- fathers, heard, Crouching in forests of primeval night. Here tier on tier in steel barred cages pent The beasts ye breed and hunt throughout the world. Hark to that beast that slumbers deep; Hark to that beast that dreams of blood; Hark to that beast that wakes and weeps And there in sudden stillness mark the beast that rasps his vermin- haunted hide. Oh, come, ye lords and ladies of the realm, Come keep the match with show is yours. Behold the source of all our joy and pride; These beasts ye harness fast and set to draw The chariots of your pageantry and pomp. It is their blood ye shed to make your feasts, ptrts-their treadmill that moves all m 2 K 6. V [rue- FKSfrfcfc J Committee Holds Up Direct Vote Bill. NEARLY A LAW, WILL LOSE a the redistrlcting. should be done Come sit and with 'you think how it will be And break these hath done of yore, So doeth he to lords and ladies grand Who feed upon the blood of other AI Abandons Hope for AC- And loose these beasts streets tion at This Stand-Patters Win, the Side. JVVhen he was recognized by for fully five minutes. Jhe mention of his intention to re- to Bryan's charges brought forth another demonstration, and when he characterized the NebrasIvan's state- ments as false, there was an uproar. Republicans at first looked on with amusement delightfully appreciating STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Building, WASHINGTON, D. C., August Legislation for the popular election of United States senators has receiv ed its death-blow as far as this ses sion of congress is concerned. It has been known for several days tba this reform, which seemed so prom- ising of successful consummation a few weeks ago. is now in grave peril. Therefore, there was no surprise the tor to raven in political significance of the ward break Bryan and, not ..jijciu aim, not ,o-'ly the leaders of the democratic aouse but the rank and file as well. .It Uckekl them as nothing has since ,wie opening of the session. Still, the? cojld not but observe that in tip? matter as in everything else which hns-transpired, the democrats were acrjng All that practically unanimity, friends of Bryan arc t .V l L I lid J 1m nJlor.nice and his ittlnck upon the 1'OpaUir flor.r leader. The only criti- (Ccntinucd on inner circles today when Sena- Borah of Idaho, who has done more to promote the popular election of senators than any other member of either branch of congress, announc- ed that he has given up the fight and that the legislation will go over until next winter when he will trust to luck and an aroused public sentiment to torce congress to act. James S. Sherman, vice-president of the United States, is accused of "queering" the chances for congres- sional action in favor of this reform Author His Comrades Re- leased After Cracking Stone and Writing Poem. WILMINTON, Del., August 3 Lpton Sinclair is out of jail The socialist author fulfilled hia sentence of eighteen hours by work- ng on a prison stone pile along with lorty other prisoners, black t HiS'-, from single tax colony at Arden, Del wno who went to jail with him for the same length of time for violating the Sunday blue law, likewise had a ftone pile experience. They were all and Astor and Bride-to-Be Meet Youth Older Than Future Stepmother. NEWPORT, R. L, Augl.-With th arrival here today of the Astor yach Noma, Vincent Astor, eun of Col. John Astor. greeted both his fathe and his future -stepmother. Mis Martehre-P. Force, who, incidentally is two years younger than is her fu ture stepson As a matter of fact it is today that Col. Astor was first tracted to Miss Force as the result of tbe attentions which his son show- ered upoi her. The entire party in. eluding MIF> Force' mother and went a once to the '-stor mansion where it is understood the date for the wedding will be set. BOWLING GREEN, O., Stephen Auretza, 44, 3 1S07. a log led here. Her accounts of life dur-1 ng the pioneer days were intenselv i nterestmg. Miss Worman never! ode on a steam car or street car. i his name' For Henry C. Bloker had already entered the lists. Edward Rhode could not K- reached but he was named for asurer after Roy Ward had de- clined. Now Bihode is out of it the vacancy is still-to be filled. No could be found to accept the nomina- For councilmen-at-large, Henry Graefe, Henry K. Henkelman and bred A. Hammond were named The latter is a well-known labor man For ward councilman, Henry Miller in the First, W. A. Magoon in the Second and Albert Bremgr in the Third were named. named as a can- didate from tfe Fourth ward but John Schuster was announced Thurs- day as a candidate. For board of education, H. W. Par- against the governor.' The special legislative train that left Columbus Thursday morning bearing the soions to Cedar Point for their annual legislative picnic arrived here at noon, bringing a goodly com- pany of the men who make the laws of the state. Incidently, it might be mentioned that is the first democratic legislature that has had the privilege or coming en masse to the Point slhcei these annual affairs have been going Lobbyists and newspaper men (Continued On Page 6) WAIT FOR CONFESSION IS COLUMBUS RUMOR COLUMBUS, 0., Aug. over- uling the motion for a new trial in I did just what was expected, and ere will be considerable surprise if a terra in the pententiary is not meted Ollt tO tllG 11 f __ ttrat powerful influences are be- to bear upon him to pre- Funeral Services for Edward E.- Koch to Be Held Friday Afternoon. funeral of Edward E. Keels ded his life on board the Annie Laura at Cleveland will take place Friday It is said day was was to s the sentence the t0 wlth to present plans. The serrtcp by Ref C Kf ler Wil1 be as re be no a..u a 01 cities, mainly bv means! book win row, v c me nerome is Brenda, a young ac- of-a chain of bank swindles hif tress whose-earnest and pfucky work from Omaha to Boston, Edward marriages. It was a roai i v._ Signed rn Paris. arbitration treaty-with the United States was Eigned this afternoon by American Ambassador Bacon and Foreign Min- ister Deseldes. I J-1UUJ (with a. string hitched to his name, was arrested yes- writes of upconventional is gatherings in many roadhouses known well by motorists of the metropolis, of the all-night "lobster palaces" and sentence will be passed this week in j rumon is ,3 X these of ueua vesseiman view of the motion of the attorneys escapethe orought here at midnight by p. for the defense to have the sentence i state's SidenS ?h C 7'" who Had gone to r postponed. Judge Kinkead was ready i will be u y -a ne after the matter- Ml to sentence Diegle yesterday when he lease of K-sStatiw ,f bteQ unable to overruledI the motion for anew trial, hw IS Mr Koch's effects tnat w'-i hut at the request of the aUornevs! sition" 'and has nnfhtn s f the light upon the tragedv postponed the matter for a few keeping ouiet from ?ain! and onlr conclusion is that he Diegle, who has been spending the; excent th? f polltlclans was temporarily deranged. past few weeks at Cedar Point, Put-in leal favors and thW. river Mr. Koch vm Bay and other points along Lake i too uncertain to with Ene, reached Coiumbus Tuesday and'the formei sereeMtSlrSI ,When tne latter went to was ready for the sentence of the i senate, g m of the j the pilot house to take the up court. He was also nrenavod tn Itne. river, Mr. Koch was also prepared to fur- bond for his appearance later burg, Pa charged w get oack at him. swindled the Cleveland has turned author. Te .brought about the arrest, claim to York n n j seenes and before. have one of the most daring and sue The hero ?f slch In many Party rf novel she is cessful forgers on reewd. i V.S to have depicted scenes of Jr had sentence been imposed. The case of Diegle will "be carried to the highest court of the state, ac- cordingLto his attorneys, and no un- necessary time will be lost in having By making a confession he everything to gain, and if he further political 'he' penal necessary thne will be lost in having institution. at east sjri-Xi'iir11 in rs i-----i_A.-___t-, tu a siate AS (0 cabin. No shot was heard and it thought possible that he ftrwl te whistle was blow- bridge. The uc tciu ue cauen, of Edaas novel is Kick jju. ,.t, U4 uvf nyvei SflG IS said to have depicted scenes of her life with her husband. circuit, and supreme court mm to get into It has been intimated since Diegle's i ing a stronsr return to the city that he is anxious ling any 21 mak' from ftnjinfrtr who called Captain r thft word son, ICQch who was camping with a M> 2 boys near the Soo. his father OB Jakei. EWSPAFERl
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