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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        TODAY'S NEWS TODAY I THE HOME PAPER THE S ANDU SKY STAR -JOURNAL. :nKTY-FOURTh YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUSTS, 1911, Col. Roosevelt Insists He Did His Best to Avert a Panic. FULL CREDIT CLAIMED BY SCHWAB ON STAND Former Head of" Corporation Says He and Morgan Made Deal, ENGLAND HAS NEW POLITICAL CRISIS NEW YORK, Aug. the first time in the history of the United States, a former president appeared before a congressional investigating committee when Col. Roosevelt presented himself be- fore the Stanley Steel trust probe committee today and announced his intention of telling all he knows about absorbing of'the Tennessee Coal Iron Co. by the steel trust. Roosevelt, who appeared before the committee voluntarily, declared that first of all he wanted to accept full responsibility for allowing the trust to absorb the Tennessee Coal Iron Co. He declared that there was no question but that the trust company holding the Tennessee company stock Avould have failed unless financial help was extended and that the fail-. ft- fefe LAST EDITION NUMBER 256, Early Report Forced By Coali- tion of Democrats and Insurgents. STAND-PATTERS WORRIED House Would Probably Vote to Pass Measures Over-Presi- dent's Veto, c OPPOSITION TO TREATIES. WASHINGTON, D. C., August 5. PEACE EARTW lire of the concen. would have started a nation-wide panic. This financial help, he declared, was only available by- allowing the steel trust to absorb 1he Tennessee company and he there- -fore-gave permission. Roosevelt said it was necessary for him to make 'his decision in the matter before the stock market opened for the day on which the absorption took place the panic were to be averted and that he now accepted full responsibility for deciding the way he did. Roosevelt concluded by declaring that the manner in which the panic was averted fully justified his deei- iHon- A- B- Balfour, unionist leader, sion. "All information I had at the time i vote of censure for and all 1 received since leads me to! a result of Hon. H Political affairs in England are ap- proaching another serious crisis j has given notice that he will move a government as id. ICOUIL ui nun. a. H. Asquith's ad- ?he king that more" pears be have been criminal in my position if I had failed to take such action." Roosevelt admitted, however, that at the time of the merger he had no information as to the immense coal and iron holdings of the Tennessee company whose possession by the steel trust gave the latter 'practical monopoly of. the steel and iron busi- ness. The colonel told Chairman Stanley he would never achieve his purpose of "busting the by them into parts and expect- ing them to compete. Charles M. Schwab, who announced he would tell all about, the trust, de- clared that the idea originated in brain and that the financial genius of J. Pierpout Morgan made it possible. That it was not a trust he protested with an earnestness bordering on elo- quence. Although now a) head of the combine's most powerful rival, the Bethlehem Steel Co'., he had not. one of criticism or complaint to make against it. Mr. Schwab's atti- tude was aggressive, his manner was frank and at iimes he turned upon his inquisitors and shot questions at them. For example, when Judge Bartlett of Georgia was insisting on knowing why, if the cost of steel production in the United States was no greater than that in foreign countries, Germany could land its steel at Pittsburg cheap- er than the domestic product could be transported from in order to coerce the house of lords. Asquith's he declares was "a gross violation of constitution- al liberty." today became apparent that i opposition to the' arbitration j treaty in the senate is pro- I nounced that it is not likely i they will bo considered by the present session of congress." Sev- era! members of the senate com- mittee on foreign relations are 'highly indignant that they were not consulted by President Taft i relative to the treaties and it is understood they will oppose the ratification. WASHIXGTOX, Aug. senate will vote on the cotton revision bill, passed by the house Thursday, at this session. Ordered to report the bill by Aug. 10, Chairman Penrose, of the finance committee, announced thst it would be reported today, either with no recommendation, or" a recom- mendation that it defeated. The coalition of democrats and in- surgent republicans forced the early report and perhaps an indefinite sit- ting of congress with a probable at tempt to pass tariff laws over tho president's veto. 'i It is practically conceded that the democrats and insurgents can muster the necessary two-thirds vote in the house, although Republican Whip Dwight is fighting hard to hold meni m line. On the senate side a count IOGEION Many Petitions Taken Out Not Yet Filed With Election Board. HOLZAEPFEL ASSERTS HIS TIME IS NOT UP Looks Like Anybody's Race As It Is About to publican Vacancies, shows six votes the neces- sary two-thirds. The standpatters are plainly worried and the president rec- ognizes the shrewd game that is be- BANQUET CONCLUDING FAILURE OF REUNION Speakers Failed to Appear and Festivities Ended Early After an Impromptu to Camp Per- ry Today. Friends of Governor Are Charge of Outing He'll Address. m ATTACK MIGHT MEAN ROW Nebraskan is Expected to Pay His Respects to Under- wood, However, COLUMBUS, 0., August interest is attached to the forth-com- ing visit of William J. Bryan to Co- York, he turned" sharply "on his' gues- he Wi" be .the main tioner and inquired: (speaker at the annual outing of the "I wish you would please solve that problem for me, Judge'Bartlett." snapped back the Geor- gian. "If Germany or other foreign countries should invade this market cut prices, would you meet the Judge Bartlett then asked. "Undoubtedly we all quickly responded Schwab Schwab denied t'.at the plan of An- drew Carnegi in 1000 to establish tube mills at Conneaut, 0., precipitated the organization of the United States Steel corporation. He declared he heard the uimor that Mr. Carnegie's intention was regarded as a threat of -war against the National Tube Co.. in which J. p. Morgan was interested, but Mr. Carnegie had no such idea. Jefferson Club, especially since it has been given out that in his Columbus address he will make some kind of a reply to the attack of Congressman Underwood made this week at Wash- ington. Governor Harmon has left Colum- bus, and with the exception of an- other short visit in his office in the state house, he will be in Charlevoix, Mich., with his family and won't bo in Columbus to attend the Jefferson club outing, although an invitation had been extended him, and he has been urged, to attend. The entire outing has been arrang- ed by the friends of Governor Harmon who want to see him secure the nomi- nation for president next year, and if any attack is made upon him by the editor of the Commoner, there will bs a scene that will be worth coming miles to see. But when a delegation j of local democrats met Bryan during the past week at Marion, he wa.s in- formed that it. would be unwise to say anything against Harmon in his home city, and for that reason it is not, expected that there will be any- thing out of tbiD unusual except as regards his answer to Chairman Un- derwood. The open opposition of Bryan to Harmon has not cost, the latter any support in Ohio, and it is expected 1 that he will go to the national crm- j vent ion with a solid delegation. The ,_ news from Washington to the I h' amst Underwood is being urged for'1 rhP on hjff ed pleasing to the friends of Govern- or Harmon, and the ticket of Har- mon and Underwood would be entire-1 ly satisfactory to them. Some of the 1 strongest adherent to the Harmon j platform and candidacv have so far j come from states south of the old! Mason and Dixon line and from no-1 ing played. Before the cotton bill comes to a vote the insurgents hope to have a complete understanding with the democrats, such as existed-with ref- erence to both the wool revision and farmers' free list bills. The house committee on ways and means has already begun work on the iron and steel tariff, which is the Wlth a triP to Camp Perry, Satur- i B. Wheeler, of the Anti-Saloon league schedule on which William J. day, the reunion of the seventy-ninth i The inability or disinclination of Gov- attacked Mr. Underwood and on i general assembly came to a close. Harmon to attend had much ef- replied, with is generally agreed that the affair i tfct> Politics was practically ta- of the was a failure, for reasons some of j the assurance that [which are known and others can only' wi" be extra session of the continues in session be surmised. The banquet was i there was little in the wav h.ll] 'H abandoned Thursday evening and iof law-making to talk about. The Mr. only informal talks were heard and "5 .constitutional convention, Underwood. "If there is to be an early adjournment, the announcement will be made to the house before ad- journment that the iron and steel tariff will be ready for action when congress assembles in December." THE WEATHER. Forecast: Unsettled weather to- night and Sunday: not much change in temperature. Temperature at 7 a. m., 71 de- grees. Temperature one year ago 62 degrees. Sun rises Sunday at a. m, and sets p. m.; rises Mon- day at a, m. and sets at p- m. (standard time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noi% toda> 9 east at Friday after- miles noon. whan it was concluded about i with its "wet" and "dry" fight, afford- when the festivities should have been I ed the Prin'--ipal topic of discussion, at their height, as one correspondent frost- striking allitera- exwressed it. "the crowd filed nut tlve terms, convev onlv a expressed it. "the crowd filed out as though leaving a funeral." The reason for the fizzle was the iCaBUil lw uly Ilzzle -fl-ag tne The nouse concurred m the senate failure of members of the legislature amendments to the congressional re-, and leading officials to attend Ap- annnrtinnTTipnt- hill tn ;____., -ay apporuonment bill president for to prevent gerry-l parently they did not care for a re- a, union. The lobbyists also new would ering wag that by DISMISSAL OF GOMEZ MAY BRING WAR- REYES OUT FOR PRESIDENCY OF MEXICO Black Hand Note Pinned to Body Fails to Aiiay Sus- picion. CHICAGO. Aug. Vacek, with the deliberate assassin- ation of his father who was shot yes- terday through the head. Although the boy declares he killed his father because the latter had ordered iiim to kill his mother, the police declare is every evidence" of premedi- tated crime, the boy having, it is aJ- ieged, pinned to the coat of his father after he had killed him, a ulack Hand note in order to create the impression that the man had been murdered by the Blar.k Hand for refusing to give up money. The note read: "Your husband is now where he you to be. He told us if we killed you he would give us and we failed. We asked him for the coin anyway and he did not, give it to us, so we got even. Ke deserved it and not you. I am a perfect gentleman prd a friend of jlurs, "Do not mourn for ttis guy, as he is a coward." North and South Carolina. Georgia! Tex'as and other southern states. The do Reyes, conlnander of the govern- press- is strong for Harmon in these nient troops, that he will be a candi- states. and it is only a part of the ;date for the presidency, are two events play of good politics to .stand by the i that have stiryd Mexico to such an nomination of Underwood fovtoTit that convey only a faint idea of the reunion banquet Friday night In fact the coining of a adjective to fit the situation be eminently appropriate. To begin with. Governor Harmon missing. Lieutenant Nichols had urgent business elsewhere. Senato- Pomerene sent regrets. Shaker Vining and George Long. Governor Harmon's secretary disappeared just before the And then the scheduled presiding officer, Senator William Green could not possibly come, he said Erie's Representative C. B. Winter was drafted, and accepted gracefully. And then the program itself shot to pieces." Of those on Angered By Action of Judge in Simply Fining Wire Trust Men. With but a few hours remain- ing for the filing of petitions for nomnation prior to the primaries, there was no great rush at the board of elections office Saturday and it became apparent that the real scramble to get under the wire would come in the evening. The democrats had their completed but the republicans were not so fortunate and up to a late hour we.-e still seeking can- didates for city treasurer and city solicitor. Chairman Craig was confident he could get men to at least "reserve the places." "The time is not up for me" said Councilman John Holzaepfel, when asked Saturday what he intended to do and reminded that the time for -Sling primary petitions would soon expire. "Does that mean you intend to rnn as an independent was asked. "I haven't said anything of the kind." was the quick reply. The republicans succeeded in com- pleting their school board ticket by inducing Merritt S. Wilcox to entei as a candidate. On the democratic side all candi- dates, it was said, had plenty of natures to their petitions which were ready for formal filing. While ftienos of each were making claims it was agreed that with the primaries a month away it is anybody's race for the nomination for mayor and no can tell what will happen. With soms talk of an independent movement It was figured thaC-.after, the it might be a four-cornered race foi the mayoralty. The election board office was 'open Saturday afternoon and will regain open until midnight for the receipt of petitions Clerk Doerzbafh announc- ed that petitions will also be received Sunday and the office will be open a part of the day, The first republican.. eSnleSt'Tbr a nomination developed Saturday after- noon in the announcement of Anrtfear. R. Thompson, of '713 Shelby street, that he would seek the nomination for councilman from the Third ward.'Al- bert Bremer had previously been an- nounced as a candidate for the place. (Continued on Page 6) MADE FI3SE FIIGHTS COLORADO SPRINGS, COL, Aug. 5 parmalee and Turpin made two fine nights, the former In tie Wright Skylark, here, but found air currents so treaeneffms that the at- tempt to circle Pike's Peak was aban- doned. and the aviators ended exhibitions on the first ascent. their was the (Continued on Page 6) ROAD HOGS AGAIN Complaints are being made that a few autoists are showing a ten- dency to disregard all speed regu- lations to the point of reckless- ness. Friday evening, while the streets were crowded, an auto "I five young men" raced down Market street, swerving from side to side as if the driver were in- toxicated. The men shouted to fche driver of a horse near tns Com- mercial National bank to "Get out of the way" and narrowly missed the carriage. Had an accident oc- curred rough handling of the auto- XEW YORK, Aug. at what he declares was an outrage on, the part of Judge Archbald in merely assessing fine against all the mem- bers of the steel wir trust who were indicted for criminal conopiracv inji restraint of trade District Attorney! Wise today announced his intention or'i trying still to have some of the mem- j bers sent to the penitentiary. He was particularly angry that J. P. Morgan's son-in-law, Herbert L. Satterlee. was was let off with a fine along with the rest. ______ Edwin E. Jackson, jr., declared by Wise to be the "head and brains" of-Consumption Of CJtV Wat0P the trust, for whom a prison was especially urged, was fined 000 on nine indictments. I ANDERSON POSTPONES Will Be Further Increased. Couldn't Supply Plant. ists would have been justified. Such things are regretted by most auto- nrni v piirrMMAnn When the Present Pipe extensions rttrLY TO completed, the Sandusky water _____________ i works department will have con- structed during the year over one miie and a quarter of new mains, ac- to thfi Star-Journal. WASHINGTON. D. C.. August ists who have no use for the "hog." It was said Saturday that unless some offenders restrained themselves a movement might be v started to have the police again set ''speed traps." r has returned to his home in Fostoria. He will probably deny the charge in a speech when he returns to Wash- vices and consequently a heavy in- crease in the water consumption. Just at the present, pipe extensions are either under way or soon to be starter! which will increase the num- ber oJ services by between 60 and TO. There win be twenty services a. from the new Fillmore street exten- sion and the same number on Htrraa j avenue and Taylor street before the paving work is started on those !snws._ The Olds street and Venica CTno urnr- r-nn i Road line is soon to be started also, olUr HERE FOR MEhTING AUG. PLANS on this- some 20 or more ser- i viws will be installed. Engineer King points out a fortu- ington next week. RUTTE, Mont.. Aug. H i J oyer was re-elected president, of the' Western Federation of Miners by vote of 207 to 90. AGRICULTURAL SEED TRAIN ON B. 0. WILL An-st'ner farm train is Sandusky and make stops in this vi- j. rinity and according to the plans an- I nounced Saturday. ;i meeting will be i held in Sandusky Monday evening. August 21. Every effort is to be made at- turn of affairs for the citv The resignation of Emilio Vasquez "081- minister tbe and lthe announcement by General Bernar- president. llllA U> 1 V3UVH for that another armed revolution I is feared. who hrf the sym- H, f tut: Whilc Governor Harmon was in hisiPatny the, masses, resigned at the office the past week received sever- i request of President de la Barra. Ma- al rtfTiQt. dei'O the trartsacfirm Gau al delegations from other states, and On Page 7.) less Gomez Is restored to office they will drive Madero out of the country and. by so doing, has incurred the {popular and it 7s" predicted in wrath oi' the people, who say that un- quarters that he will be elected. MONDAY. AUGUST 21. Kiltmaa. a. m.; Crestline. a. m.; Lodi, a. m.; Sullivan, 2 p. m.: Greenwich, p. m.; night" w [I, -t. to interest farmers and secure a' large; meeting at Sandusky. attendance. The special train, to be known as a seed train, will be run over the B 0., August 21 to 2 tion of tho College the Ohio State University. During the three days, seventeen stops will bt made for lectures on soil improvement, wheat culture and seed corn seiec- TUESDAY. AUGUST 22. Monroeville, a. m.: m.; J villc. a. m.: Plymouth, also water works system by the Kirlde Dane h Co. for its mammoth new Knd plant. This view, from city's standpoint, is taken of course, in connection with the recent trouble, tho municipal systel had in supplying all demands durin? the hot spen'anti Shelby at in furnish grain growers of the state with the latest and most reliable in with consideration of the heavy demand now made on the plant all the year around. When the Belle- ft Dauch Co.. decided to build its mill, it wanted a better rate for wat-T i than the city would make. Tredenck. a. m.; Mt. Vernon, I qnently the company, located In an 9Mo a. Utica. p. m st. position for WEDNESDAY. AUGUST. 23. in and The lectures will the train which will P-JP' water works plant at the mill lue train is rurnishod and operated 'plant will have a Capacity of 1 fWOfft i by Baltimore Ohio Railway gallons per day and when m seed wheat and i company and the lecturers and clem-! full force, the mm will use that culture methods.. onstration material are furnished by'water each 24-hours The av 0 given on board: the College of Agriculture and the daily consumption however wu or a num-: Ohio Experiment Station. A. B. 750.000 gallons. This of agricul- of water added to the iwewnt VVSPAPERI   

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