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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               r Wf T A a YOU WANT THEATER TICKETS ABSOLUTELY FREE OF LOOK FOR YOUR NAME IN THE STAR-JOURNAL'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS. THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 291.. Arrest of Lawyer Bogrof Im mediately Allows and Ter- liprisfnj Feared. STOLYFWS JFS IN BALANCE AS RESULT WfcsT Man Who Rufed Russia With Iron Had Many Sept. condition of Premier shot by the lawyer Bogrof last is serious today... He is BO weak physicians fear an oper- ation would prove fatal and will resort to the knife. Au- the ai'iooting means another campaign of terrorism and many arrests are expected. Alter four hours' sleep .Freniia Stolypin was slightly improved he dictated a message to the czar saying he was willing to die him and ordered a reassurant tele- gram sent to his wife and daughters. While trying to give the impression thatTthe shooting of Stol- ypin resulted from a personal grudge against the premier there is hardly a question that the shooting was politi- cal. Royalists point out that the although in the was not at- but he was completely sur- roJnded secret so that the attack was impossible Bogrof was hurried to jail and will probably be tried1 by a military court and hanged. The premier was shot twie and mor- tally wounded while sitting in a box at th6 theater within a few feet of Em- who hastened to his pid and caught him as he fell. One entered Stolypin's body and the entering the spine Ttfl3 is the bullet which it is feared will end in his life. The second bul- struck him in the hand as he arose to .grapple with the assassin. Premier Stolypin was seated in of the surrounded by a brilliant group of ladjes1 and military and civil officials. The curtain was just de- at the close of one of the acts when a man occupying one of the. seats below the box rose as though to to into the lobby of the theatre during the intermission. he leaped into the box and fired two shots into the body of the premier. Before he could army offi- who were in the party as the premier's pinioned the as- sassins arms and wrenched the smpk- ing revolver from his grasp. So quickly had the attack been made some moments few in the audience realized what had oc- curred. As Ue news spread through the spectators rushed toward the box to wreak vengeance upon the premier assailant and it was with difficulty that police and secret ser- vice assisted by theatre attend- smuggled him out of a side door anil to a prison van. That the attack the work of ter- rorists is generally conceded. A round- up of of propagan- da was '.ins'tituted after the ttlf A number of have been made. nf -Russia. M.-Stolypit RUSSIAN PREMIER SHOT DOWN BY ASSASSIN M oTGLyPIN OF4WE Governor Harmon Starts Move to Send Remonstrance to the Supreme Court. TO FIX RAILROAD RATES Chief Executives Want Free Hand to Dispose of Big SPRING N. Sept. Governor Harmon today conferred with other members of the govern- committee to appear before the supreme court to argue against the interference of federal courts with the states in fixing state railroad rates. No definite plans were lie said. All governors here to- day declaie the action was to guard against the infringement of the state's rights by the courts. Governors of twenty-flve states vot- ed Thursday afternoon to unite in protest to the United States supreme court against they consider an invasion of the state's rights by feder- al courts. The decision of Judge San- born in the Minnesota rate case is the particular invasion to which the gov- ernors object. By their action they establish history. a precedent ia American Is-the Blocked the Russian outbreaks which threatened to effect ft revolutions fTyhMT to -a head during tfffinteFm of office of Count Wltte. His conduct of his office was Attended with drastic and repressive measures that earned him the hatred of the progressive classes and led to repeated attempts upon his life by th6 revolutionists When M. Stolypin accepted the premiership he was perfectly con- of his danger. He said at the have no doubt that attempts will be made upon my but I hope that order will be restored and stability established sfc Russia before they are Premier Stolypin took the place of Goremykin as chief of the Russian diplomatic corps. He was minister on Page Judson governor of and former attorney general of the United will head a committee of protest. His colleagues will be Herbert S goveinor of Mis- souri and Chester H. gov- ernor of Nebraska. The motion to appoint such a com- mittee was made up of Gov. Emmett O'Neil of which placed the membership at twenty-fife.__Action Many a been seized with a feeling of unrest in President Praises Him in Letter to Secretary Wilson and Says SHAKC-UP IN CABINET NOW SEEMS PROBABLE Wickersham and Wilson Hard Hit By Decision in Famous FOOD EXPERT UPHELD Sept. Dr. Harvey will hold his job. Some others in the agricul- tural department may not. In a decision today announced' through a letter to Secretary Wil-J n.-.i n the president declared Wiley j SayS Recent TrOUblC With P60- was justified in all that he did in the matter of employing Dr. H. H. Rus- that he was no party to the cor- respondence involved in the DIEGLE DENIES HE KNOWS OF BRIBES PEOPLE FORGET. When Aviator Le Van did not attemot fly late Thursday af- disappointed people gath- ered around him many taunt- ed him. They would not be- lieve that the a'r currents were though a storm was approaching. They evidently had forgotten about two an aviator in unable to bear the taunts of a went into the only to plunged to the earth and killed. Le Van proved Friday that he is not afraid to fly if conditions per- mit it. Asserting Own Hf Says Hearsay Knowledge Won't Save Him. NOW LIKELY TO FACE FURTHER PROSECUTION fn Statement He De- clines to Assist in that he acted in accordance with pre- cedent and should command the sym- pathy of everyone for his earnest efforts to maintain the pure food Taft recommended that Dr. Rusby be retained in government service j and ruled against the board which a country hotel and recommended that Wiley and I Kebler be to resign Taft recommends that Drs. W. D. has ended it only by getting up and hunting another bed ally fair tonight and Saturday. Temperature at 7 a. one year 54. Sun rises Saturday at a. m. and sets at m. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at 36 miles at II IS LOOT NEW B. Sept. biggest haul in the history of modern bank robberies made here early today when three cracksmen blew the safe of the Montreal Bank and escaped with in gold and bills. They left in gold un- touched because it was too heavy to carry. The robbers bound and gagged a Chinaman who discovered1 them and escaped. Gov. William W. Kitehin of North the twenty-sixth who alone opposed did he solely because it would be a departure from precedent. Gov. Harmon supplied the original suggestion of the according to Gov. O'Neil. In the shaip debate which followed the measure's intro- duction. Gov. Harmon took no part Introduction of the motion was en- tirely unexpected by the majority of the delegates. Close Political Advisor Makes This Announcement From Fa- vorable. N. Sept. ator Ward could' not fly today because of rain. Ward reached Caliron. N. a few miles from at Thursday afternoon having made a quick the bast he has made 'since starting from New York. On hns final fly covered 59 1-10 miles in fifty-seven having left Middletown. N. at o'clock. His total distance covered so far is 138 miles. As soon as Ward tied up his ma- chine for the he hurried to the railroad1 station to inquire about Avi- ator Fowler. He seemed surprised when told that the latter had not left Cal. Sept. That Oovernoi' Harmon will call an extra session of the Ohio legislature was the word that came today from one of the governor's closest political ad- Tlsorg. The chief reason for the ex- tra session will be to pass a con- gressional reapportionment law. No time has been set for the extra ses- sion and none will be until the gov- ernor returns from New Jersey. Vlning For a Session. Aviator Fatally Hurt. ALBION. N. Y.. Sept. 15.-Frank an aviator from Pa was probably fatally ..injured in making a flight from the Orleans county fair grounds. He had ascended not over thirty feet wfosn he suddenlv stopped the engine with the evident intention of descend- ing.' The aeropianc pinning Paine under the wreckage DAMAGE BY CLOUD BURST Sept. J. Ny- toimer commissioner of public was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Furman. in connection with .Mayor Knotts and other city is charged with soliciting a bribe He was released on bonds of Bigelow and Kebler be reprimanded for as shown pie of Seattle Is Argument in Favor of Recall. DISCOURAGES FREE SPEECH San Francisco Graft Prosecutor Against Judicial SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 15. Denouncing the action of Federal Judge Hanford of for arrest- ing editors of the Seattle Star and by letters written in connection with i who Protested against his rul- the employment of Rusby. He explains San F.ancisco the action of Wickereham in joining today issued the fol- ia the advice that Wiley be dismissed j wlng by saying Wickersham was given only' T a part of the evidence. He says the evidence may result in a broader in- vestigation. Taft's action fulfills a promise made when he left Washington settle the famous ease which has ex- tended over several before leaving Beverly. Taft went Into de- Jajte in reviewtag the oase and ac counting for the letters to Rusby al- ter It was decided he could not be paid the per day and the arrangement leading to the year- ly salary agreement. He upheld Wiley's stand throughout. President Taft indicates that much more radical action may be expected when he takes up the much broader questions involved in the in- vestigation of the bureau of chem- istry by a congressional committee.' He asserts that he made up his mind in the case of Dr. Wiley weeks ago but withheld the announcement of his decision pending the result of the investigation in congress. Expect Cabinet Changes. Sept. 15 the president's decision in the Wiley case will result in a breach in his cabinet was the prediction made In every quarter of officialdom today. The president's exoneration of Dr. it is is the forerun- ner of the retirement of Secretary of Agriculture Wilson and Attorney General Wickersham. Wickersham is hardest ait by the decision for he declared Dr. Wiley condign GOVERNOR SOLYES THE PROHIBITION LAW HE MAKES ENFORCE IT of- gpecial Cnfommefit to It ffnf Tku w to certify that 1 hare day appmntcd. SprctaJ went Officer for llic aforesaid Coitniyt iriM all the and privileges of other cencnt officw of this with specific duty aiding in enforcement of the Laic This Cnnmission sliall be in Jnrtt and qjfict rrsckcd by tkt Stale Enforcement or the Governor of State Done at the oJRienftf'f Stale Enfnreemeit under and IHJ virtue tatuto of State of thu the _ the of tlit NEW Sept GoV.Cfi.WCE A cloud burst here early result- Off daynf to. of COMMISSION EFFORT PROHIBITION LAW of the state will eb bparing sions from the governoi r.isred an interesting subject for medi- tnem to act as snecial deputy journals for several years He ment officers under the prohibition inas served as clerk of courts of Mer- 'aw- jeer county since the accident is jour BY FRANCIS J. HENEY. The recent trouble between the peo- ple of Seattle and Federal Judge Han- ford is a powerful aigument favor of the recall of the judiciary. The Seattle case Is fatal. It strikes not ouly at our boasted free but the freedom of the pi ess as well. Here we have a judge against whom the people protested. He had repeat- edly given remarkable decisions in favor of corporations and when he granted an injunction to a street car company restraining the people from even asking for al- though the state supreme court had decided they were entitled to trans- the people arose and denounced him in a gigantic mass meeting. It must tbe remembered that only a short time before this same judge had enjoined the same people from exer- cising their right of Ameiican citi- zens to recall their who was notoriously in alliance with the ten- derloin and gambling element. This ridiculous injunction was promptly set aside by the United States court of The Seattle Star had fought for this recall and had also fought the battle against the street railway coiporation. After the mass meeting two editors of the Star and six speakers were arrested on a charge of to obstruct jus- Their only if there was any was to protest against what they considered an unjust ruling by a court. They had simply exercised the right of every woman and child in this county-. If these men are convicted it will mean that a precedent wil have been established which would permit judges under fire to arrest and punish with jail sentences everyone who dares to ciiticise them. It will be the first step towards the establishment of a judicial and the placing of judges on a throne where they can look down upon the people and jail them foi unjust criticism There is still another phase of this Erie County Growers Submit- ted Best Corn and Potatoes in This Section. COUNTY FAIR'S LAST DAY LeVan Hoped to Make Not Call- ed STAR-JOURNAL PRIZES. Largest and best R Castal- ia. H. R 1r Sandus- ky. Milan. H. R Huron. R Sandus- ky. L. Sandusky. R 1 Mow'oe- ville. Springifcrv R Huron. H. R Sandusky. R Ven- ice.' C. R San- dusky. Ft 2 San- dusky. Largest and best potatoes. H. R Huron R Hur- on. C. R Sandus- ky. C. R San- dusky. R Kimball. Milan. H. R Kim- ball. M. R Huron. R Sandus- ky. C. R San- dusky. 11_Walter R Ven- ice. R- Berlin I sights. It was late when the judges. Thinsday ivli0 had afternoon wor The intimation from Dayton that Rodney J. Diegle woufd give out a but not a was confirmed Thurs- day night when the convicted senate sergeant-at-arms furnished to the newspapers a carefully prepared setting forth his assertions that he was in- nocent of the bribery charges against him and that he could not turn state's evidence be- cause he had no direct knowledge of his hearsay knowledge _ not being sufficient to gain him the immunity promised by the state. By this statement. Diegle has cut off his chance of gaining clemency at tie hands of Judge Kiirfjead unless he again channel his mipd. To many it as if statement were 'a repudiation of that whkh he gave. to a Cleveland newspaper recently. By next Monday he may be giving out soaiething different Diegle was given a further on when the execu- tion of sentence was suspended until September when the circuit court uill hear arguments on an appeal. By going to Dayton with his appeal Diegle it is gained point since he is now bejond the Jur- isdiction of Judge who had suspended the sentence until next Monday. It is now likely that an- other postponement will be graatfid on the 25th. Although Diegle stated late Thnri- day he nothing to liea political writer for a declaies Diegle has given him statement naming many legisla- tors in alleged corrupt dealing whiclt will be laid before the grand Allen is a personal friend of and believes the statement true. The prosecution will have the benefit of the statement. Turner emphatically de- neid that any coercion had been asect by the state is the effort to secure a and both he und Attolrnejr General Hogan said Diegle's state- ment was directly contrary to what he had promised voluntarily to- them. conduct of Rodney Diegle _ his associates throughout this affair has been the roost damning evi- dence that can be adduced to show the utter blackness r-t the guitt those forces to corrupt the last gen- eral Hogan declared. must be even more powerful and far reaching than we have beea. given reason to Diegle's statement follows in fnlU Some t jne ago a statement by and concerning my and I hoped it would unnecessary for me to make any fur- ther mention to the public concern- ing or my affairs. in view of the pfvptiniiofl undeserved and undesirable notoriety to which I have been and the wholly unwarranted stories of mysterious case which is even more jgest and best field corn and to him was If this precedent is established it may awarded the fine De Laval cream sep- permit judges under fire to view im-jaiator. William H. of route peachment proceedings as at- tempt to obstruct and to im- ing hard for two days and who had a difficult task in making selections from among the many fine exhibits in the Star-Journal's- corn and t potato anceSj fake interviews and other sen- finally announced the complete sational matter referring to me that awards. Crowds of interested farm- for weejcs have been so ers looked over the exhibits Friday. anxious to know the decision of the and there were many favor- able comments. Joseph of route one was found to have submitted the lar- prison the leadeis of such a move- ment. The Seattle case is one which will be of immeasurable importance not only to every newspapei but to evciyj illcsption Sandusky. had the second best com and was awarded feet of i UOU8ly mailltairLed dram tile from the Hmde Brick Tile while R. jr of Mi- t Ian. was awarded a 44-piece set of j dishes as a thiul prize John H. Hoin. of route in the daily I make this addi- tional statement Avith the ferye-st hope that my position and my affairs be finally made and that my ordinary movements and my every- day business affairs ia the future may cease to cause such unusual comment 1 wisn to emphatically repeat at this time what I have always strea- since aiieged the very legislaiiva man and woman who doesn't wish to'had the best the judges de- be ruled by the without and he was awarded the Oliver to appeal from theii decisions FOURTH TRIAL STARTS IN BROKEN NECK CASE sulky William awarded second Goodsite was a bicycle. and A. C. of route San- en Page sept. is.-The i EDUCATOR STRICKEN fourth trial of the case of Hugh Jones of Sharon against the Mahoning Val- ley Bailwav Co. of this city was start- ed' Thursday. Jones suffered a broken neck about seven ago when nm down by a car. T.hree verdicts Were given but the case was reversed each time. Jones is forced to wear a brace to bold up his head and his case has fur- Mo.. Sept. with attempting to murder members sentiment fa-'of tfie of Edward should be called despite what At- torney General Hogan said Samuel J. speaker of the houte today. Vining said he in_property. OKLAHOMA Sept. 15. j ed the democrats owed it to the de- mocracv of the state to re-district.' banks and tti3 streets of the city of it wiil be the prohibition- idrocated a democratic caucus in Tuscarawus are under water A mile ists themselves who will be to blame. Which a pledge won'd be given that of Pennsylvania tracks near Urirns-. Gov. Lee Cruce has shifted the bur- the session would not last more than tire weeHs. i the governoi has said to m effect voted for and it is up to you to create and maintain a sentiment fa- .t. vorabie to itb enforcement If do Concord. Mo. with poisoned chew- not make good the blame is on ou iag gum' Woods- a was and not on the state administration 'Placed on trial- The commission I hand you autoor- izes you to use all lawful mrans to enforce the You can make ar- THE POPULAR PAPER you can prose- jou cin you can confiscate you i The newspaper is can tear out gambling you can I ed to suit reading mood of have all the liberties and privileges i the Is It vouchsafed to the man elected to any office in the state power to en- force the law. But I have no money to pay you. There are no available i avaiiciuie 000.--The Tuscarawas river flooded its statewide prohibition fails m funds ror that purpose It is up to .hara-o t- your law- loving citizens to pay for your' wo--k if you demand on Page out and live s.cck den onto their shoulders. By the j of the ten thousand citizens' preaches than it entertains thus it wins the LIKING well as the RESPECT of its readers. A LIKABLE paper is good advertising un- Good adver- reading be- HKable NOT. tlsing is Progressives Une Banker to Get Into Race and He is former president of the Univeisit was stricken by apoplexy at j Sv while traveling abroad for his health He is in a serious con- cause it fits in with the. mood of Angell resigned the presidency in 1909 after thirty-eight jyears' service. A well-defined movement on tha part of so-called progressives to in- duce Henry of the Citizens' Barking to become a for delegate from Erie county to tha constitutional has pro- i gressed to the point ft w a jsaid he is seriously it Some time ago Mi Graefe refii-1 point-blank to e-vcn consider the nia1- ter but it is now being put up to femi in a new light and many aie doing alt they can to induce him to get into too race. The piogressives say thai neither Judge King nor R. S Fisher in the can qualify or the lar side of some of the Mi. ou the o'hr- shown in talks befoio Biie Coun- tj Constitutional IIMCM'. that it decidedly favoring initiative and referendum and absolute home taxation and other changfs tppeal business farmers and men. don't B up of Mid Krt4ay Js Graefe should Into tta   

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