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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        I V I" THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSRY S TAR JO U RNAL. YEAR WDtfSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 6, 1911, LAST EDITION Both Win Out Handily After Spirited Campaign .in Cleve- land Against Insurgents. KARB AND MARSHALL NAMED IN COLUMBUS Hunt Slate Goes Through in Cincinnati While Liberals in Toledo, NUMBER 283 BAKER ASSUMES OF TOM L JOHNSON; HUNT TO LEAD THE FIGHT AGAINST BOSS COX. NOMINEES IN BIG CITIES Newton D. Baker, D. Frank G. Hogan, R. Henry T, Hunt, D. Louis Schwab, R. George J. Karb, D. George S. Marshall, R. Cparles S. Ashley, D, Car! Kellar, R. J. C. Ely, D. Edward Phillips, R. 4 CLEVELAND. 0 Sept 6 ID Bakei, democrat, and Frank G. Hogan, were nominated fcr mayor on'iheir' respective tickets at-the-primaries Tuesday Both men were organization candidates and each caiiied through practically his entiije ticket, r Newton D. Baker, at present city solicitor, in winning out proved him- Eelf the active successor of the late Tom L Johnson as leader of that fac- tion in Cleveland He decisively de- feated Clv.iles P Salen and the other candidates who opposed him four to one. Frank G Hogan, the republican Nominee, is at present dhector of rublk service He won handily over Miner G. Noiton, who was supported the anti-organization followeis only other close contests were for Lhe democratic nominations for city and auditor and the Baker Judge and Attorneys Confer on Charge Which Is to Be Made to Jury. ARGUMENTS ON THURSDAY Forecast Rain Thursday, cooler. Temperature at 7 a. m.- Temperature one year ago to- degrees Sun rises Thursday at a. m and sets at p. m. (Stand- ard Time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, ten miles west at seven o'clock Wed- nesday morning TICKETS NOMINATED AND THE VOTE. DEMOCRATIC. REPUBLICAN. For Mayor- William Leitz, 387. For F. W. Ohlemaehei, 747. For F. W. Bauer. 525. For A. F Wiesler, S35, For sohcito: George C Stememann. "S3. For eouncuaien-at J F. Donahue, 713. J. C. Parsons, 600. Thomas McKenna, 498. For ward C. Dunn, 116. W. Gundlach. L'Oa Thiem. 154 W Seebach, 245. For board of J W Tiaber, 82} .T. G. Knauer, Dr J T Xicholbon, SS4 Foi First ward- Second v, aid- Third H Stein. Fourth Trager, 241 For John Casey 741 Theodore Miesle, 3S4. For Joseph Ebner, 789. For George T Lehier, 203. Foi vice-maj Chaiies F Mischler, 19S. Foi H. C. Bloker, 196. For H Dell Cooke, 3. For solicitor C H Ciamer, For councilmen-at-large- Henry Graefe, 196. Heniy K Henkelman. 188. Fied A. Hammond, 176. Foi ward Miller. 51. A Magoon. 46. W. Bremer, 36 Schuster, 47. For Board of H. W. Parsons, 17. Merriti Wilcox, 194 Chris Johansen, 1S1 First C Ernst. 51. Second Mitchell 47 Thud ward- Foil ith For Philip Dietuch, 1ST. Wm J Nolan. 135. For F Schlessman, 167. VOTE AND FEW CONTESTS LEITZ NOMINATED; DEFEATS MACHINE Democrats Show Unmistakab! y Their Opposition to So-Called Organization in City. Bauer Named for City Auditor and Thiem for was Light, Especially on the Republican Side, Because of Few Contests. Dealing a smashing blow at the machine organization, democrats, Tuesday, nominated William Leitz for mayor. Two years ago Leitz was defeated in the primaries and the election of Mayor Lehrer, republican, followed. This time the Leitz sentiment could not be overcome by the weakened and disintegrating organisation. Leitz was, without doubt, the candidate least desired of ail by the machine, which had backed Jacob Dietz for the nomination. Mr. Dietz is personally popular and well-fitted, but the argument used against him that the machine wanted him and this seems to have been effective in the West End especially. As a matter of fact, the votes for both Leitz and William L. Fiesing. er were anti-machine votes so that the total was 698 against 369, or al- most two to one. Leitz gained his victory fay a big vote in the West End where his automobile carried many voters to the various precincts. The organization men had been so confident of a D.etz victory, proclaiming it through their organ, that they were stunned reported, indicating their defeat. Case was Finished as Regards Testimony Tuesday Night with Few Witnesses, MAYORALTY NOMINEES. candidates won out handily. Hunt's Slate Wins CINCINNATI, feept 6 cutor Henry T. Hunt who has insti- tuted a number of reforms in Hamil- ton county and staitled the republi- can ring by" his attempts to prosecute George B Cox, republican boss, was nominated for mayor on the demo- ciatic, ticket at the primaries Tues- day His opponent will be the piesent CHESTERFIELD COURT HOUSE, Va, Sept the arguments in the case of Henry Clay Beattie, K., charged with the murder of his wife, commencing at the opening of court tomonow, it is expected that a ver- dict in the case may he forthcoming Friday night. Wednesday the attorneys for and against Beattie met Judge Watson and talked over with him points tu be piesenteu to the iurv in the charge of the court The defense will try to have the court place a broad construction upon the teim "reasonable doubt" which Stowe, D; Mor- A. P. D. gan H. Bassett, R. v E. Spear, D.; Beckloff, R. R. Williams, No opposition. Port Pledger, D.; A. G. Winnie, R. H. N. Donaldson, D.; Dr. H. F. Billmeyer, R. W. MtGuire, D.; George M. Benfer, R. D. Suydam, D.J E. G. Martin, R. K. Keppel, D.; Rush Abbott, R. Stausmyer, D.; C. most desperate measures are being i J- Christy, R. Chicago Gyer, D.; Frank Carpenter, R. The election board decided to post- pone the canvas of the vote until Thuisday and until then, he exact vote of the other candidates in the country precincts cannot be in full. India Also Suffers and People Protest Against Coming Visit of the King. SHANGHAI, China, Sept. The adopted today to relieve the i famine sufferers in the Kiang valley, where are said to have i Voting in the village and country lost their lives in the recent flood. AIL j precincts at Tuesday's primary, as; in dlstr-Ct have b-f n away. Famine prices prevail and the the city, was very light. In a number nominations people have nothing with which to of cases were no buy. Desperate from .hunger the re- made because no petitions for the fugees are swarming 6Ter land which same had been filed while a still has not been devastated and are pil- larger number of tho8e nominated will laging on all sides and troops have been called out to'jjresejve order. Shun Big Exnense. HE'LL BE OUR FIRST AEROPLANE POSTMAN have no opposition. In Vermilion. H R. Williams, many times leturned a winner in mayoralty has heretofore in Virginia been given CALCUTTA Sent f A contests there, will have no opposition violent being Louis Schwab. There was no flimsy doubt but a doubt which calls contest for the nomination in either for aigument to remove it Darty and less than 20 per cent of the vote was cast. In the districts where the legisla- tive committe last spring investigated In connection with the legislative con- test found that -voting places located m the rear rooms of sa- loons, new v Ized am av from Recent of a broader interrelation With unexpected brevity .both and the the evidence in the case ly after 6 government and the announcement here of the time the to India her for the holding ofihe I Delhi the trip of the king and the rov al escort will cost approximately made this year The republicans failed to draft a candidate for their nomination and Major Williams' re-election was assured the dav alter the time expired for the filing of petitions. At was a semblance of a contest three The total lor major was. I'" ..................3S7 Dietz.................369 Fiesinger...............313, Brengartner..............45 Brod....................2S Leitz's plurality, IS. x-'or city auditor Fred W. Bauer was named. The only otner contests were for council in the third ward, Charles THE FULL FIGURES. The complete tabulated vote for mayor and city auditor and ijhe Third ward vote for council- man, are given on page eight. Attorneys Make Strong Argu- ments, but No Evidence Is Submitted. APPEAL OF MRS. BREWER Judge Young Takes Up Case and Partial Agreement Is Soon Readied Thiem and A. W. Brenrer being named, respectively, by the democrats and republicans. By having his name written in the blank on five ballots, H Dell Cooke became the republican nominee for city treasurer. Robert Koegle received one vote for the place. As a result of the primaries mayoralty fight'will be between Wil- After sensational opening state- liam Leitz. democrat; Mayor Ueoige I .ments had been made by attorneys T. Lehrer. republican, and Theodore 15n the smt Mrs. Annette Fiteft Miller, socialist, already nominated, Brewer, divorced wife of I. C. Brew- and John M HolzaepfeL -who has de- er- brought against him to obtain tha clared he will run as an independent aosolute custody of their twelve-year- Thcre was little es.itament over C Brewer-J'r., in the eom- the returns Dietz was in the lead up to the very last precinct to lepott to the board of elections To the crowd which had gathered there, his election was conceded until the extreme West End precincts made it appear that the court Wednesday morning, were that the parties would reach an agreement early in the afternoon No testimony was taken at the morning session of the conrt Subject to the confirmation of tha there were with I With half the piecincts in it looked 'SfttuVff CulS, like a sure Dietz victory b> a safe wmca nrst plurality esserted th'.t the new booths was a big improvement over conditions v.bich existed in the "flop house" dis- tricts heretofore The only contest was that in whrh iHunt showed his strength when Ar- thur Frreke. assistant prosecutor in Jiis office, was nominated fo- the po- lice judgeship over James MAers In lome precincts not a democratic vote Was cast. Karb vs. Marshall COLUMUS 0, Sept J Karb, twice mayor of Columbus, was hominated again for that position by A I e _ til Thursday morning. Wednesday to be devoted to argument of counsel j with the court as to the instructions j to be given the iury before the argu- ment proper is begtm on Thursday. and plague. B Spear, Reports Confirmed. NEW YORK. Sept re- When coart adjourned Beulah from missionaries in China to- Ian and both of these ford the so-called girl in the case, al- day say that the floods are proving to ticket There were four leged bv the prosecution to have been i he the worst in modern histoiy For pnD1JCan "Ckct lftere were four the motive for tho murder, still of miles the countrv o2 for Albeit H Matt A recent Pans to J democratic candidate for nomination, i ]jve, a saek Of had no opposition and he received fif-'station m Biookhn to teen %otes at the primary -llineteen mlies dlstant on Nas. There mere but two contests at Mi-iSUa Boulevard, on the re-' over Fiesinger Leitz did seem to be in the running. Not fourth ward D swung m with meet phnalitv for Leitz did he seem to sptember 23 to 30, have nave a Then third Vedrme, mho won the ted with de- snb- the aviation theve the end maid D )i Leitz ce' reraain Then came thud is in- in jail without having uttered a single i undated. Famine threatens millions word of testimom Scarcely an hour of people even if the water recedes had passed in the eleven days of testi- the mony when her name was not on the stroyed. lips of witnesses or counsel for either side Aclmittedlv fearing that she would scrupulously avoid injuring the crops have been de- the democrats of this city over Heniy JVIason, former commissioner. George S Marshall, v- ho was opposed by the liberal interests and who is case of her former companion at -any ONLY FOUR VOTES didatcs for the three nominations for members of the board of trustees of public affaiis. The were as foi- i low Charles E. Harris, 32; William Molt, 35, H. C Sayles, 19, W W. Stoddard, 24 There was also a contest for the republican nomination for marshal. Edgar Oakley winning over Ralph Farle} by a vote of 37 to 1] For major Morgan H. Bassett was re- and cost, though statements and PAINESVILLE 0. Sept views galore had fortified the prosecu- Faiipoit's primaries only four tion with what it regarded as all ne- votes m-ere cast and those were present mayor of the city, mas renom- w'aTth'didnSufher onlheTanT" 11 n ift JTes wpmti am not put ner on the stand blank ballots Evan Williams re- much like that at Vermilion except retary of state, and George M Har- i! two Fiank lV republicans, instead of the per, present eouncilman-at-laige. who 'was the liberal interests' candidate. (Continued on Page 8) FELT IN GE nominatpd. the leoublirans I Frank Stowe by the democrats At Kelleys Island there was a dearth of candidates and the situation was jfpr said JProsecu- Han is one and former Mayor L. TT-.-J.-l it...i ._ 1 il VET fflBIHI Governor Says He Will Prob- ably Make Appointment This Rumors. ward B. with 30 plurality for Leitz. and brought the latter into a position close up behind Dietz and all held their breath as the totals for fourth ward C. the last precinct in, were he- opens m about two weeks. The school is one of the best in the coun- try, and the young fellow, of course, would be under the care of the au- thorities there. Late in the day it was agreed, sub- j ipct to the court's decision, that C. B. Wilcox should be given the custotlv- of the boy, that vacation time be di- vided equally between the father and mother, and the school expenses also be equally divided. Attorneys were busy dram-ing up the entry to" be sub- mitted to the court. Just who should have the right to ing read It gave Lultz 37 Plurality direct chljd, at h ol anr! tlio mavnraUxr Kxr 1Q .1 _._ _ and the mayoralty nomimtion by 18 votes. In two minutes the crowd awaiting the returns, had scattered The onlv other city office contest was for the democratic nomination foi auditor, and considerable interest was shown in this. Jay Hennessy. who proved himself a haid working campaigner, ran well in the West End precincts, but the majorities he ac- the custody of the child during vaca- tion times, was one of the questions discussed by Attorney H. L. Per.fce, representing the father, and Judge B. B. King and Attorneys R. K. Ramsey of this city, and Attorney Boyle of the firm of Squire, Sanders Demt> pey, of Cleveland, looking after the mother's interests. When Judge S M Young, of Nor- tor Wendenberg, "without hearing her "c "i'1 missions of the prisoner himself have toltl the jury enough The closing of tre case was suddpn, Attomev Harr: M Smith and Hill Carter, for the defense, first announced that thrv bad a witnesses the sur-rebuttal. hut if the rotnmonwea'th would asrree to rest its rase thej would do likewise The sgrerment was ac- cepted ami Judge prranged to meet counsel for both sides in Rich- mond in a oonforenr-o concerni.-s in- structions to bf> dven trv the jr.rv The prisoner will IIP ]vorjt in the iai1 at Chesterfield and the jury also will remain W'll Release Binford Girl. RICHMOND. Va, Sppt. Reulah Rmford. the enigma of tr.r> 'Beatue murder mas informed by circles exists in the p'rovmces ner mother today that the attorneys y and France today. The nnd had agreed to release her policy of the government m tomorrow, she laughed mitfc _ the people in the dark as to delight and said. "I will leave Rioh- tbe progress of negotiations the! mor.d as soon as possible and mill Moroccan situation is given as the tne flrst boat from Ncrn-alk for causfe. Runs on saving banks at Swt- j York'' Beulah mould not say Uri, Metz and other cities are growing. wss to Nem- York or what she v ill dT after she gets there. "I would give a million dollars to see Henry eat his P-inday dinner at with his earnestlv declared Beulah "I bel'eve he is innocent." "I hive PO doubt that I will be ae- ouitted." said Beitt'e in discussing, or. All are republicans democrats, have the only mavoraltv candidate. The present James Special to the Star-Touinal. Hamilton, the only caudicrate. was re-, COLUMBUS, 0 Sept Har- democratic cumulated there weie not enough to wa'k, opened court Wednesday morn- overcome thebig lead Bauer had in j ing, nearlj everj thing was set for a dramatic scene The father sat by his counsel, and the nominated by the republicans. the central and East End precincts i For council in the third ward, Thiem defeated Adam Tight foi the nomination. 1S4 to 145, an hour UNCLE SAM WILL BUILD TWO GREATEST DREADNAUGHTS WORLD HAS EVER SEEN bf War Cause People to De-_. ietf heir Savings. BEkLIN, Sept 6 a result of the 'wlld.rumws of war a near panic in Expect Settlement. PARIS, Sept. 6 Reports from Ber- received here today indicate that will accept the final propos- by Franco and that the Moroccan dispute will soon be settled So far BS can be learned the- French foreign has received no authoritative an- fewer to its note as yet, The Temps this evening says: "If from a good s-ouice can se believed Germany is disposed to fccpord France the position she desires In Mciocco, that of establishing a vir- mal protectorate supporting the sul- PARIS, Sept. Leopold Pla- the noetd French engraver, dietf U Ills-Home here. KWSPAPLRl j rhon has not had time to fullv consid- while Bremer defeated Thompson for j er the appointment of a successor to'the republican nomination 38 to 10 Judge Reed of Sandusl.y and stated The total vote for mayor on the at noon Wednesday that'he was unde- democratic side was 1113. and for au- cided mhen it would be made, but pic-, ditor was This is but about one- j babh before the close of the week. of the noimal demociatic vote It has been reported that the gov- The vote, in fact, mas less than the ernor doss not wish to appoint either number of signers of the petitions John F McCrv stal or C. B Winters, and has considered naming a man MANSFIELD. A fiom some county other than Erie if Clugston 69, for manv years mayor1 I George C Beis will not the of Mansfield, died at the Elks nation- j place Beis, it is said, came here to- al home at Bedford City, where he day to confer with the governor. i had been for the last live years. KINKEAD RETURNING TO DISPOSE OF CASE OF RODNEY OR FULL LIMIT" divorced accompanied by Mrs. I F Mack, made her appearance about half later. "A new element has entered into the said Attorney Ramsey, ia bis opening argument for the "first Mrs. Brewer "Mr Brewer has nw ried again since the last time this matter was in court. The stepmoth- er is a very estimable woman, hut in the crucial period of the boy'e life, ba should be in the charge of his own mother. "She has shown her great affection for the child by undergoing many hardships for its sake. She is suffer- ing from a mental collapse, because she worries constantly about when she will have her boy back again.'' Attornev Boyle put the case even a little stronger "Why. it will kill COLUMBUS 0. Sept. E given the first chance to accept B. Kinkead. who must pass sentence this, and in the event that he has on Rodney T Diegie. -will ;eturn to-'nothing further to say, 't is expected nisht from Canada mheie he has been that the entire ston mill be biought OIE DELAWARE COMPARED WITH THE KBW DREADNAUGHTS. h's tral toflpy. "I have made ar- WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.-The two rangements ior a family dinner oyjnew battleships authorized by the Sunday TO celebrate mv release.'' ,last naval act pr0bably will be of In Richmond jail Benlah Binford to 150o tens displacement, the biggest ITT hi f' t-fiftfC rtl Oo __ oo day went bitier tears of disappoint- ment because she was not allowed to war vessels in the The largest ships so far designed go on the stand, 'They were the American navy are the New p" vme Onr l and Texas, with a displacement They knew I would tell the truth and o{ 27.000 tons each. It has just be- thftir T wv. come known the navy depart- ment contemplated exceeding their size The new ships will have hea- vier armor than any ever before pal they were afraid. I knew Paul lied.' BELLEFOXTAINB, 0.. Sept. Mrs Caroline Shanely, eighty jeara old, fell frorn a chair, breaking her on a battleship. The armament will hip, and jbe the same as that of the New York the past ten days, and will im- out thioush the confession of this j mediately hold an important confer- state senator. lence with Attoiney Geneia! Hogan Diegie and the prosecutors have had 'and Prosecuting Attorney Turner no meeting as yet. It is lepoited he 'when a decision will be reached in sent woid to a friend that be was in, this important case It is Certain Tuesdav on business in con-j jno mercy m-ill be extended to Diegie 'r.ection mlth the caso Legislators unless he comes in win, a more aie wnrrit-rt. r I plete confession than he has yet I Attorney General Hogan and Prose- I counties, tesnrying to the hipfi ;made. It is also just as certain that'cuting Attorney Turner held a short tlie Fitch family, ol fer thp testimony of reputable ptnsi. cians as to her bad health, and what has caused it." The Cleveland barrister then dehed dee-M-j into psvcho'osy. Ha emersed with the alleged psycholos1.- cal fact that a stepmother can never take the place of a mother. "Our client will devote her whob time to the child, and has the finan- cial means to make ample provision for his needs." declared the attorney. "We have a petition here from sever- al hundred residents of Asbtubula and it. jo aiav juov ao tci bciiu tllal A in tirtu a oiiwt t K and Texas, with a maiix, battery of'further indictments will be i eturaed I conference on the case this morning sne is a memopr ten 14-inch guns. jas a result of the partial confession land after it was over the charge was The Thaw case and the be iA P ,_, j uo n tint J K.m-i iwi vun 1 ny rtQprt A With the approach to a j of the former sergeant-at-arms. be- jmade that Diegie was being supplied ?n flve vears battleship the naval ordnance experts cause some new ground is opened up i with funds and kept intoxicated i R..JL "Tl are considering the question of a 16- in the statement made at Cleveland I that he could not make any confession, i inch gun. It will require a by Diegie which has not heietofore [They decided that no mercy would beitiL battleship to withstand the terrifrc re-i been presented to the grand jury. I extended to him in the court's sen-Uup coil from a main battery of ten According to present plans Diegie tence unless Diegie comes over with a M. 16-inch guns. .-_-.. Secretary of the Navv Meyer urged Che construction Of these two mam- moth fighters The picture .shows how they will compare with tbe Del- aware, one of the country's largest and latest dreadnaughta. be sentenced either Friday Saturday, and he will be given the full limit unless he makes a full and complete confession That at least full and complete confession, a deal more than as vet has i of Mrs %S Ai at Cleveland in that the Cleveland was ionn ami an' lnp one senator has offered to turn state's i only a verbal story .Diegie, fBthlr evidence pioviding immunity is extend- told and was not in writing and there- ed him is not denied, but will t fore not signed by the accused man.   

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