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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               1 TOWn KEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SAN DUSKY STAR- FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER Say Judge Sanborn's Decision Guaranteed Capital Protec- tion and Fear Reversal. FINANCIAL DISTRICTS CONDEMN EXECUTIVES RIVAL CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENCY WON'T POSE TOGETHER FOR PHOTOGRAPHER GETS''EM IN GROUP AT GOVERNOR'S MEET. Meeting ait Spring Lake 's Closed and State Heads Separate for NEW Sept. many governors uniting to fight RODE WITH CORPSE. NEW Sept. 16. a corpse hsme in his au- tomobile. Deputy Coroner Ely failed to learn that he had a life- les passenger till he reached the electric lights of the center of this city. He' was summoned to view the remains of a man who had died in the woods of North Haven. He pronounced death due to nat- ural causes and ordered corpse sent to the undertakers. His or- der was misunderstood and the corpse was loaded into feis ton- neau. i .f 8 S S 5 NED 101 SELF AF1BWM CLAIMS FOR FEES TAKE UP BALANCE Out of of Once Big Hobbs Attorneys and Ad- ministrator Charge and Hospital May Get But Few Hundred Expected. Untenraod. The filing in probate court this week of the account of Attorney R. B. administrator of the estate of the late Joshua T. has added another chapter to a remarkable story of dissipation of property. The -ac- if would deprive Good Samaritan' of this of i a generous bequest for the figures indicate out of an estate origin- ally estimated at or the hospital will receive but a few iriin- i dred dollars instead of which was expected. i It was announced Saturday that exceptions to the account will be filed Barricaded in Room He Defied in the probate court. The hearing has been set for October The account before the supreme court for the right of the state to fix state traffic rates the railroads are pre- paring to unite to urge the court to uphold the Minnesota two-cent fare Railroad officials de- clare today Judge Sanborn's deci- sion guaranteed capital protection and an adverse ruling would be a serious bl'ow. The action of the governors is generally condemn- ed in the financial district. One railroad official picture the Minnesota decision be upset a fcerious blow would .be delievered to the transportation interests of the country. interstate commerce commission has the power to decide what a reasonable rate one that will result in a fair profit to the rail- road. Should the states be permitted the reasonable rate estab- lished by the interstate commerce commission they may entirely wipe out the profits of the Entire Police Force to house of governors at Spring Marion E. i Hoke 1 Him------- i Washinpinn Wm W KitfTiin Nnrth V. Shafrnth Hnlnrnrin I I aiW lillll. Photographers at the meeting of the. Front left to William H. j William I N. attended by governors of Wm. W. North i E. Colorado. Lee Ed- fMTa row left to rieht ty-nme had a lot of win p Judson Har o lo .nglii n lAuyij j uuouu jnu.1 TTT3.il Frsnpm r trying to induce Harmon of and I Woodrow New Eugene M. Wilson of New rival candi- John K. John Burke North.' dates for the democratic nomination Pothier Rhode i James Walter R. j William E. West Virginia. qtnhhs R-nhprt VPSOPV i for to pose together. It 0 T Kooert b. f Second left to South Dakota. HIINnRFIK shows that of received .by Administrator the in- 1 eluding attorney fees and special part of them already amounted j to leaving but f for Distribution. There may be further- expenses. As the hospital is to receive one-fifth of this in the its total would be but a little over at the most. wasn't until the governors had their pictures taken in a group that the i Frederick W. rivals were seated together. The cross Chester H. marks their position. Those in the Augustus E. Her- Albert W. Fourth left to F. I bert S. August L. Jersey. George secretary of ex-Governor of ex-Governor Persons and Wounded in Fight Started By Trivial Hold Pleasing Session. SPRING N. Sept. The third annual governor's -confer- ence .closed Friday might- and Gov ernor chairman of the com mittee to a plea to the supreme -court in -connection with the protection of state rights mei and formulated a. statement. The session 'became an infor- mal experience meeting among the governors and Governor of announced that the next con- ference would take up the question of uniform divorce laws as a fixed topic early session. The statement of the committee as given out. the decision of the States circuit court in what are known as the Minnesota rate Minnesota had no authority to regulate railroad rates because terstate -commerce was thereby' in- af- and as cases involving the question in other states would soon come before the Supreme Court of-'' the' United States for de- the conference considered It advisable that a committee snould be appointed to see that the Bide of this controversy is properly prepared and presented to the Su- preme Court committee expects to deal only with the legal side' of this con- troversy and the action taken yes- terday was one of only ordinary pre- caution. Every state in the union IB equally and vitally interested in the Governor Hoke of Georgia who- leaves the- conference of Govern- ors for his home is in favor of Harmon for president and Wilson for vice-president in 1912. Smith has been a very close observer and after the appointment of the Harmon committee he consent- ed to talk briefly on the political out- look. The burden of his views was that this meeting has perhaps re- sulted in a Solution of the democratic situation. and that tie a ticket that would sweep the he observed not inquiringly. Entrapment State Officials Is Chief Ground for .Says Attorney. Sept. J. having gained two points by the decision of Judge of the circuit is-supposed to be in Cincinnati today 'He did not ap- pear in court npr. did he ac- company his wife to Springfield. His attorneys say he wants a rest. The fight in. the higher courts to save it will along the line that lie 'was the victim of a conspiracy and illegal Atkins bought a sure- fire stolen Mona Lisa the oth- er day and found out that it was an old chromo of Ms. great grand- mother that the cook had given away to a tramp the day before. Fair tonight and Sun- day not change in perature. much tern- Temperature at seven a. one year 56. Sun rises Sunday at a. and sets at p. Monday at a. E. m. j Maximum wind velocity for 24 Makes Mile a Minute Clip and Has Perfect Control of Ma- chine This Morning. Sept. Aviator James WaM resumed his flight from this city at this aft- ernoon. He arrived at Susquehanna at having his machine under perfect control. He had covered 58 miles at the rate of a mile a minute. Ward left N7. at 10 o'clock and seemed to be in good spir- Jle expected to make a long-flight before At-noon .-he was 193 ending at noon eight point from -New his starting The court refused the state's-request at Fridav for an increase of bail as execution of sentence was further suspended. Mattern. at the request of the told of the eighteen grounds upon which the request for a retrial is based in the petition in error. One of these was that the indict- ment upon which Diegle .was tried did not charge a crime. Another- was that the Bairns Frank H. who testified regarding Is Serious'But He ating under the false name of Harri- i and that the latter name was j employed in the indictment with full knowledge of the prosecution that it was fictitious. But the principal ground for claim- state with ing error he that officers were in a conspiracy Was Reported Better Sat- Arrests. Sep. til' in a critical condition Premier legislature. The question of entrap- Definite confirmation of the fact that May Start Monday. Sept. L. Fowler will resume his flight in the transcontinental race Monday morning after making a trial Sunday. He plan- ned to start but the latest reports are that the buckled radiator will not be ready before Sunday morn- and that the woodwork for the horizontal rudder will not be here be- fore Saturday night. No Place For Bud. Sept. C. Mars is firmly convinced that this sec- tion of the country is no place for him. Sheriff Harry Moomey went to Cor- where Mars has been giving ex- hibitions .at the annual and at- tached his aeroplane. The attach- MT. CAREL. Sept. a battle of seven hours in which he stood -off the entire police force of this place- and other officers. Alexan- der a young shot and mortally wounded himself before he gave up. He had..shot and wounded Far William and Patrolman. Rhoad.es came-to ar- I rest him he barricaded himself in his room and opened fire on the police- man and wounded a brother of the landlord. Chief of 'Police Morgan came and found it necessary to call the entire police force. Joe arrived with a Winchester rifle and fired through the floor but the miner returned the fire. Chief Burgess Pennsyll was the next borough official to arrive on the scene. He called Sergt. Snyder and Private Hyde of the state police. By this time hundreds of people had as- sembled and excitement was at a high pitch. The state police and Chief Morgan held a short conference and decided on a new plan of attack. From a sec- ond-story window of the adjoining house they broke 4own the shutter -shielding Kabeliclc's room-'' with a heavy pole. still full of again opened fire with ooth revolvers. Being unable to see into Kubelk.k's as he had not lighted a the officers secured a torch and threw it into the miner's stronghold. The torch set fire to the carpet and in a few seconds flames issued from the window. A general alarm of fire was sent In and in less than no time the entire department was on the ground ready for but Kubelick had extin- guished the blaze himself and still held the fort. About three o'clock a single shot was heard. The officers found Kubelick dying with a-bullet wound in his breast. ment was issued in the suit of the here growing out of the DYNAMITED RAILROAD BRIDGE FOR REVENGE ihe cass has been remarkable from the beginning. The Hobbs .will left a generous bequest to Good Samari- CAPTAIN OF NAVAL VESSEL IS DROWNED conditioned on the fact that the hospital be in operation and in good condition at the time of the I distribution. It was to secure this i bequest before the expiration of tha time limit that the movement was started which resulted in the reopen- ing of the-institution. It is claimed that the Hobbs estat9 originally amounted to or 160.000. Upon the death of Mr. who had once .been a resident of San- Samuel K. Ruick. ah became executor. It was discov- ered that the estate was .being dis- sipated and after considerable litiga-.. the case being taken into the States Ruick was dis-Y placed and R. B. Fisher tha administrator. The account shows that a total of was'finally secured by Mr. Fisher through court judgments and settlements and the sale of some property. The small sum remaining was natur- ally a disappointment to. relatives to the hospital people. The expenses torn the new howev-. have reduced even this small ba- lance almost two-thirds. The account as filed ex- penses for various trips to Ind.. neeesary in the course of the set- tlejnc-ttt. and1. and numerous pal items are Paid Attorneys II Peeke and Gep. B.' Reiter for services rendered Paid RYB. extraordinary- The total of fees and expenses tans charged is S4J24.4.0Y In how- the administrator notes that .the balance for distribution is subject to a claim of of George E. Reiter and- H. L. for ser- vices prior to anpointment. This would' leave but available aM it was said Saturday that be still further claims in the way of regular administrator's no such claim has yet filed. As Captain Frank W. com- it is. the hospital would receive but Sept. mander of the U. S. S. nav- i al militia boat stationed on the The hospital is of- course. was drowned at Cleveland j much disappointed and win contest when he fell from a yawl in the according to the an- he was being rowed from the shore to nounement or attornevs Saturday his ship. ment was an all absorbing one come before the circuit court. Mattern had held that state officers might join in a movement of this but. could not give the consent of the state to lay a trap. Concerning increased bail for he said that the- senate officer had responded promptly to every or- to j the shooting was caused at a political crime -aas made today. throughout official Many arrests are being At the. first examination Bpgroft sullen 'and refused to-give any information concerning the shooting. Emperor Nicholas visited M. Stoly- pin at the hospital and later review- der of court. He should not be hound- ed 90.000 troops on maneuver field at harrassed and followed j Kopylow. and when he was he had a right to..... seek seclusion. Mattern argued that when Judge Kinkead did not change the bail after- sentence was pro- it showed that the 'Court wanted to get into the circuit court at t'je earliest possible moment. that Mars did not fill with it to give flights on three con- secutive days here early in July last. claims eral strike his grave. ________ -Street fighting bet Hears Cases in Juvenile Court j and Suggests Application of Hand to Trousers Seat. NEW Sept. dent Roosevelt paid a visit to the Children's court in search of material for a series of educational articles and eat on the bench with Justice Hoyt. The youngsters were a little timid before the questioning of the ex-presi- dent and be told one boy he'd like to be his father so he could spank him. This William Floh. they had spitting off- the rear plat- form of an elevated train among peo- ple on the street. Judge Allread. in passing on the ap- j said it had been the custom of the circuit court to allow the sen- tences to be pending hear- ings on error where the questions at stake were of serious moment. There I was no doubt that there were questions involved in the Diegle I particularly that concerning en- trapment. He had knowledge gained from experience in cases in which this question and said entrapment was largely a question of facts. Now 78 Air Victims. Sept. Ed- ouard inventor of the mon- oplane bearing his name died tocSaY of injuries sustained yesterday wnen his aeroplane capsized and WINSTON N. C.. Sept. 16. to the ground. He is the 78th William Robertson one een trooos and the strikers continues and tha strikers dynamited the Amoralla railroad bridge. To add to the difficulties in the heavy storms have caused floods in the lower section and food is be- coming scarce. GABY DESLYS COMES 7 TO CHARM NEW YORK Much astonishment is expressed tim of aviation. Before his the few remaining generals of the that a.crime of this nature could .have t-De decoration of the Legion of Ron-'confederate died here. He was been committed at .the. theatra or M.aa. conferred upon Nieuoort a native of where Governor who Of a relative of M. and tor Kuliabko of the police are reput- ed to be 'especially efficient. anxiety is entertained bore respecting the effect of the attempted assassination of Pra-mier Stolypin up- on the mass in south where the hostility to the Jews is most acute. Reports are expected momentarily of anti-Jewish particularly in Bess-arabia. In unofficial re- ports of disturbances already have reached the cf.pital but thus far it has been impossible to obtain any confirmation. eighty-three years eld. and was WARD. IN INTERESTED IN HIS RIVAL'S FLIGHT OVER WESTERN PEAKS THINKS GERMANY IS AIMING A7 ENGLAND NEW Sept. P. ins to bo that. one. One of them for the past few years gen- will have to be beaten into it. never heard of such a beastly eral European manager for the England has recognized this for a thing for any-.-box said Col.' United returned to New YorK.long time. 'Ever since Germany be- gritting- his teeth. and j today after a tour of France came a formidable power it has been looked severe.- don't look as' Germany during which he made csre-j the English policy to band the rest If investigation into the of the world nations together against face. Your 'clothes'' are 'you between the two countries with aj it. have a good home. What you need j view to ascertaining the real At present the line-up is England. is a good spanking and I'd like of the present war-cloud. The France and Russia on one side and give it to you. I'd like to be your j lowing is his size-up of the present father for a few The lad -looked as if he'd like to sink to YJustice Hoyt suspend- ed John 9. of left home Wednesday night to come to NSW stowing away on a night boat The colonel's face lit up with .Interest when he heard charged. ne Immediately asked. said the lad. BY CHAS. P. STEWART. 1911 by the United Nominally-it is between Germany and France that relations are strain- ed. Really it is between Germany and To predict early hos- tilities would be going too far. There is a possibility of more. Germany. Austria and Italy-on tna other. Russia is a rather uncertain 'ally of England and France. Italy is suspected of disloyalty to Germany and France and arc real allies. Austria and Germany are so close- ly bound together so far as interna- tional are concerned as to be practically one_ country. But that England and Germany just as England's interest have to fight out their differences sooner or later is reasonably certain. He was the only boy to up English and German interests are m Without fear. wanted to see my Mr. Roosevelt terest seemed to lose In- hopeless conflict. This confiict can- to unite as many nations as possi- ble against it is to Ger- many's interest to break these com- binations up. This is the explaina- Rower and Vegetable Contest jj Among Pupils Arouses Great Interest. Sent. Manuel's beautiful arrived here today cm i LaLorraine. She was eager to talkr j of her art but refused to discim Manuel. Gaby remain in this country two months appearing in her First honors were carried off byj the Seventh Ward school building In the flower and vegetable exhibit con- held at the court house Satur-j clay -morning. j The Miss Mary JS-yS PJ the products of the school which formed a pretty array in. basement of the court house and which were admired by many visit- ors. The second prize ia the flower line Disappointed Them at Syracuse and Devoted Himself to Agriculture. SYRACUSE. N. Y.. Sept Presi- was awarded to Tenth ward building dent Tr.fi arrived here early today for pupils and the second prize for qua j- his flrsf engagement oa his six ity of vegetables to the Eighth around the He -visit- school. affair was in charge of Jed the stats fair aud was billed for Mrs Charles J. assisted by three or four speeches during the day.. Mrs. C. D. Peck. The contest has In a speech at the state fair grounds greatly aroused the interest of the school children in the planting and Tat't discussed pre- sent and fr.ture. tiie- Message toftviafor James J. the made from New York. He has who is one of those entered in the'been handicaped by the present TENSE. It as- of decreasing was is one or inobe his -lack of knowledge of sociates your ad transcontinental race for the Hearst j Th vitai readable news i country over which he is flying. vital and readable news raisins of and vegetables i thousands who had gathered expecting First prises were three to hear a political speech. He praised two dollars. i t'ne worth of the college along agricni- tural lines and pointed out the neces- pnsTPiiYFii I stty of InK'lIigeat farming. XEfeFttb j Thousands of v0rlc Special to the Star-Journal. i farmers were oa hand expecting to 0.. Sept. something as to why the presi- was to have been a meeting of vetoed the ceawcvaUc tariff trustees of the Bowling Green normal bills. They were doomed to. disap- school here la.st night and today to- as She president consider the matter of site and reserve the tariff and insurgent to elect a president of the institution' speeches 'for the miaoie west. hut the was postponed until.speedy program confronted the prpsi- next week. dent. A visit to the state fair two luncheons-were on the i beforo leaving for afternoon. NOT PAST. Not one of problems I touched on except for a hrift side The evening newspaper is reference on that havu NEAR TO you made in the department of asri- what has JUST The president sai-1 and puts you in instant touch a year was being In the with your worltf and its people. maintenance of the departrupnt of It is a paper of j riealture. The ho in- to to- I crease. am bound say 1 not know of any of the with cot be ended by arbitration. One Of jts persistently hostile at- country or the other must be redac ed to second place. Neither is will c-j ll-t on Page displayed great interest j picture shows him receiving and thus presents to the mind 'jwnment iii during his trip across New York state 1 from General Frederick of the reader when mind is receive more certain f T-iA by his mander of the department of the f quickened by tKe tonic of new from money under Aviator who began his for delivery to the commander of _ bills for the ftgrttuttl race at San Francisco. Ward's start west when Ward his journey.- j he EWSPAPERl lEWSPAPEld   

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