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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 294, HEW Secret Service Police Given Orders to Find Them or Lose Their Heads. "SOLDIERS ON GUARD v JO PREVENT TROUBLE of Assassin of Pre- 1 mier Stolypin Given "Third Degree" By Officers, 1 4 Sept. A. Stolypin, prime minister, shot by Dmitry Bogroff. Died Sept. 18. Sept. chief of the penal settlement at'Zeremtui was mur- dered. Aug. Col. Gamreled- ski fired upon as he lay In bed. Aug. in center fortress at Kertch attacked. Aug. of political po- lice at Alexandrovsk was mur- dered. Aug. public prose- cutor of Izhedsk stabbed in back. Aug. Warden Eflm- off in Vologd'o killed. Aug. Kurosh, 17, son of Commander j Kurosh of the cruiser Admiral mur- dered at Oger.' A note sent the boy said to kill the father would I be lesser punishment than the suf- fering over the death of his son, Aug. Public Prose- cutor Shopinsky of St. murdered on train. Russia, Sept. Terror- stricken because the police have- been unable to determine the element which backed Bogroff in the assassination of Premier Stolypin, Russian officialdom today demanded immediate results of heads of the secret service or the forfeituie of their positions Every relative and associate of Bog- roff has been arrested and subjected to the 'third degree" in hopes of clearing the 'mystery Thousands of troops are on guard throughout Russia Thirty thousand eoldiers" have been brought hete to protect the Jews, hundred's of whom are fleeing panic Stricken over the threats of a massacre, bloodiest in the history of Russia. The czar has end- ed the military maneuvers and the troops are coming here. Emperor Nicholas himself, left for Kieff. Simultaneously with death of the prime minister came the arrest of 200 lawyers and other persons said to lie associated with Bogroff. The po- lice of Russia have taken cognizance or rumors in circulation that the social revolutionists have outlined and are carrying out a new campaign of terroristic activity. Dmitrj Bogroff, the lawver-assassin, KEEPING HIS EYE AT THE KNOTH OLE. II envp. ike WEATHE REAL JESSE JAMES BELLEFONTAIXE, 0., Sept. 19. performance of "Jesse j given for the benefit of the village band at Rosewood, 0., was inter- rupted bj the appearance in the crowded theater of a band of masked men. who proclaimed themselves to oe iiii, real thing in Jesse James tvpe. dience fled in disma> -and the formance was called off The band boys have flled charg- I es against Edward Harmon and1 Cliff Covault of Rosewood, chdrg- ing them with having disturbed a public gathering CITY'S PORTION OF COST TO BE LESS WOMAN MAYOR'S WAR TAKEN TO GOVERNOR Tax Commission Puts Valua- tion on Lake Shore Electrir Railway. FREMONT LINE INCLUDED Company's Estimates and Those of-State Body Al- most in Agreement, Following Auto Accident at Syracuse President Hears of Death of Two Statesmen. SAULT STE. MARIE; Mich., Sept. Taft invaded upper Michigan today, crossing the Stiaights to the Soo. He was gieeted by a large crowd. The spectre of death has followed the Taft train siucfe the start of the trip. After leaving Syracuse the dis- for fie 'first "time talked freely of accident occtured past life and furnished the authorities j Tnen came the death of Sen. Caiter with manj of the clows which led to and Con. Madison. The president sent the 150 arrests The confident air a note of condolence 10 mis Madison which marked the prisoner when he today. Although an insurgent, Madi- was taken into custody has given place to despondency and he now is receiv- ing medical treatment Bogroff declared that he held M. Stolypin as orse of most pernicious men of the state. However, the police have been tola that revolutionaries put Bogroff. who had been filling the dual and po- 3 spy. in a dilemma wheie In had to kill Stolyrui or killed himself. Among the Aversions of the circum- stances leading up, to the assassina- tion is the assertion that "Bogroff. be- longed! to a new juitonomojs revolu- tionary group. This -group, the po- lice have learned, has undertaken to continue the tei ronsm which was checked two years ago by the expo- sure of the dual role of Eugene Azof, Who was at ones the" head of the fight- ing socialists and a poiice spy. Sometime ago Russian police agents abroad indicated a new outb.eak was impending. Recent acts of vio- lence directed against those in the employ of the government have ap- pared to give to these reports. son was a staunch Taft supporter and a close friend of the president. There's many" prayin' man whose would get him more if he'd get out and hustle a bit for himself. Forecast: F'air tonight and Wed- nesday; cooler to- tonight. at seven a. m., 66; one year ago, 64. Sun rises Wednesday at a. m. and sets at p. m. (standard Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, 18 miles north- west at Tuesday morning. CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. There was twenty-seven new cases of cholera reported. The death list, reached twenty-five. GABY ISN'T AFTER AMERICAN MILLIONAIRE; OH, NO, NO! THEY DRESS IN SUCH BAD TASTE Laurier Issues a Statement Regarding the Withdrawal of His Opponent. OTTAWA, Ont; Sept. and Wednesday the fight for reci- procity will reach its climax and supporters for and against the rati- fication of the treaty will fire their heaviest guns until the last minute before the polls open. As a matter of fact the leaders of both parties are anxious because of several elements of uncertainty which prevail in Quebec and the maritime provinces, and the most strenuous campaign arguments are being re- sorted to by both sides. The party leaders have made ar- rangements whereby many Canadians in New England and elsewhere in the i United States who are registered in Canada will return to vote Thursday. It is said that fully of these former residents will vote in Quebec QUINCY, III., Sept. 10 eighteen- pound boy Was the wife of James Leigh of this city This is their first child. Mother and child are do- ing well Judge Peter S. Grosscup Will Resume the Practice of Law After Retirement. CHICAGO, Sept. S. Hrosscup, presiding judge of the Unit- ed States court of appeals, announced today that he would resign about Oc- tober 1 and resume the practice of law. Among the notable opinions ren- dered by Grosscup was the setting aside of the fine against the Standard Oil company. In his communication Judge Gross- cup said he expect M his associates to be surprised, as Lr haj consulted no One outside of his family in regard to his action. He said he desired more freedom as a citizen and individual while the new law governing court procedure which goes into effect the first of the year would keep him on the bench for years. Grosseup is con- eidered very wealthy, having large corporation connections. He has been bitterly attacked but made no men- tion of these-attacks as being respon- tor his retirement Gaby Deslys; the Parisian vaudeville actress who captured the heart of ex-King Manuel, of Portugal, anri a portion of his purse, in New York for a four-weeks theatrical engagement, denies that sne hopes to wed an American millionaire. "Oh. no, she said, "your men dress witn such bad taste." Gaby is possesed of a certain eaerubic prettiness entirely at varionce with her lively natnre. The picture was taken on board the liner La Lor- raine, when reached New York. and the other eastern inarges continue to provinces. be made by both sides that each party is receiv- ing aid from corporations in the United States. Owing to the circumstances under Although nearly a ihree million dol- lar increase was made by the state tax commission in the valuation of the propert) of the Lake Shore Electric railway company Tuesday afternoon, according to Columbus advices, the ad- vance, everything considered, was not very much more than the worth of the testified to by its own. officials before the state body. Lake Shore Electric men, at that hearing, estimated the value of their pn.lJity at and thus it can be seen that the tax commission, by placing the same at made al- most a increase. The estimate on the property last year was approximately four times as large as the 1910 figures. The valuations placed by the tax commission include the street railway line in this city, but no separate fig- ures were given for the same. Lake Shore officials said Tuesday afternoon that they also had no divided esti- mates, as their-statements to the tax commission were made on the concern ias a whole. In these days when corporations are TOPBKA, Kan., Sept accused with more or less Justice of _Tiring th controversy between dodging taxation returns, it is worthy Mrs. Ella Wilson, the mayor of Hun- of note to find a corporation doing its best to make honest returns of pro- perty. But that is what was done by the Lake Shore Electric not only on its main line, as the figures in the newell, Kansas, and the councilmen there, the Commercial Club of that town appealed to Governor Stubbs to office of the company will testify, but the row because of the alleged on the Sandusky-Fremont and South-1 unsavory advertising Hunnewell is re ern branch. The valuations placed i ceiving. by the Lake Shore officials and the tax commission on this property were practically identical. The estimate of the Lake Shore The appeal says: tising Mayor Wilson town in metropolitan papers, naming our peaceful community as a refuge "The adver- is causing this Electric officials on the value of the for gambljng houae> dens Of vice, Sandusky, Fremont and Southern line varied but slightly from that fixed by the state tax commission, say dispatch- es received from Columbus Tuesday morning According to the sworn statements of Lake Shore officials when they ap- peared) before the state body, they be- lieved the of their property to be The tax commission raised this amount a little over mak- drunkards, boot-leggers and various other things, is determental to our city Complaint has ;.-ready been filed with the county attorney. Please investigate." It is planned to start ouster ceedmgs against the mayor and members of the council. pro the ing the valuation S250.675. This means that the Sandusky, Fre- mont and Southern railroad will pay considerably more taxes this year than last, as last rear's estimate was 485, or less than a fourth of the pre- SOLD LIQUOR SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. Allen, a harvest hand, arrested at Tekoa for selling liquor to an Indian, confessed that is Nell Pickrell, a young woman of Seattle, who for sev- which the resignation of his oppon-jsent one. The one per cent flat iate ent m Quebec east is alleged to have in the city, and the even smaller rate been secured. Sir Wilfrid Laurier is-, in the county, however, is applied this sued a statement regarding thp in- year, in calculating the taxes. Lake saioons The premier is a candidate Shore Electric officials aie amply sat- Councilmen Say Bond Issue Is Above Amount Likely Necessary. COUNCIL AUTHORIZES GRADE-CROSSING VOTE Electors of City to Baiiot on Question at General Elec- tion This Year, cident. The fol- also in Soulanges. follows: "Last evening I received the lowing telegram from Quebec- "One of your most important chiefs in Quebec east extorted from me, whilst I was under the influence statement isfied wiij; tre figures of the tax com- mission as they so nearly coincide s a harvest hand, she proved her abihtj to smoke, drink and frequent but was unable to do the heavy work required on. the farm. their own The Sandusky. Nonvalk and Mans- field traction line was increased over S300 000 by the tax commission The NEW INFORMATION. figures are 594.614 last year, as of liquor, my resignation ?s canal i against this year date against you. I have asked the! As the central of this lin? are returning officer to whom the docu-jnot in this city, no statement as to ment had been delivered to give it' whether protest would IIP made back to me He has referred me against the ruling of the state or to the clerk of the crown in chan- as to how the estimate of the latter eery. T have telegraphed the latter, j compared wj_h the road's own figures and I hereby ask you to give mstruc-j couls be obtained, tion that my extorted resignation be' The total valuation placed bv the tat given back to me and that the elec- commission on the properh of electric tion be not stolen. The people of railwav companios in the state was Quebec east desire to vote and they j jus 482.227, an increase of trust >ou will not take advantage! over 1910 the mistake made. Rene Leduc' "It is difficult for me to believe that any friend of mine would have been guilty of such conduct as alleg- ed in the above telegram. I am all the more loath to believe it as the candidature of Mr. Leduc was never considered serious I have no pow er over the clerk of the crown in chry-ery. who is an officer of the The evening newspaper meets the mood of the majority of people. It does not lecture and IT ENTERTAINS AND INFORMS. IT'S information is not a day old and that is its chief force and charm. That is what makes people turn to it as a matter of course for their about the events of the of the they are living. The same INTEREST ataches to the the contained in tjhe ads. With the grade-crossing abol- ishment bond issue ejection as- sured at tjhe coming general slec- tion, by the action of council Monday evening, citizens Tues- day showed renewed interest in the contemplated improvements. With this re-awakening interest were important developments, having bearing upon the proposi tion, principal among which was reliable information that al- though council calls for an aggregate issue of bonds for the abolishment of grades at three crossings, the city's share of expense will be well within that amount, la the preliminary estimates which. City Engineer King prepared and on which council's legislation was draft- ed, he made liberal allowances for all contingencies. His estimates, so councilmen say, aie higher than those prepared by the L. S. M. S. engine- ers. Furthermore, council will expect the Lake Shore Electric Ry. to pay a portion of the cost of the Columbus avenue improvement for its rights to the L. S M. S. tracks at un- der grade. The Columbus avenue es- timate is and one councilman Tuesday declared that ne oeUeved that half, or close to that amount, should be paid to the city by the inter- urban company. Council also is pre- pared to resist any "hold-ups" for damages to property adjoining the contemplated improvements. At the general election, the electors of the city will vote upon three sep- arate grade-crossing abolishment prop- ositions. By resolution adopted by council Monday night it is deemed necessary to issue and sell bonds in the sum of as the city's share of the cost of abolishing the Hayes avenue grade crossing; another deems it necessary to sell bonds in the sura of for the city's share on the Columbus avenue grade abolishment and the third declares it necessary to issue and sell bonds in the sum of for the Camp street crossing abolishment. Council passed the bond-election resolutions under suspension of the rules. In order that no question might be raised over the legislation through the application of the new initiative and, referendum law. Cfiy Solicitor Steinemann advised council to adopt the legislation as emergency measures and thus prevent the same fiom being held as inoperative for 60 days. So long a delay would prevent the submission of the question to the voters at the general election, Tues- day, November 7. As to the election, the resolutions' adopted Monday read in this manner: "That the question whether said bonds shall be issued sBall be put in the form following to-wit: j Shall the bonds of the city of sandus- kj be issued in the sum of for the purpose of defraying the city's" portion of the cost of abolishing the railroad grade ciossing at Hayes ave- nue? and those who -vote in favor of the proposition shall have written or piinted on their ballots, the words, 'For the issue of bonds.' and those who vote against it shall have writ- ten or printed on their ballots, the words. 'Against the issue of that the mayor be and he is hereby- directed to ghe public notice of the time and places of holding ?aid elec- tion in the manner provided" by law, and that the clerk be and he is here- by directed to cevtifj a copy of this resolution to the board of deputy state supervisors of elections of Brie county. Ohio." hou ,e cf commons, and who. more- over, I think under the law may that should the facts turn out to be SOCIALISTS WILL AID KAISER IF NECESSARY HNS FIRE SREPLY NEW YORK. Sept. 90 attended and the speakers spoke with j so much emphasis. If tae anti-nuhtaridts were really as mg his interview of last week con- ing the Franco-German Moroccan situation. Charles P. Stewait, just re- anti-military, however, as tney doubt- Agrees to Make Loan if Kaiser Wiil Reply Favor- ably to French Note. ,7 situauon. i. stewau jusi re- true I would not keep the seat under tumgd Jo Xew York after severa, less ]iSaU} believe to be> PARiS, Sept. 19.-The report is ao tne circuniotances ana woum deem thav would ceitamly not put up withicepted m financial circles that Ameri- my duty to resign and seek a new} election. years' service abroad as ropean manager for the United j ment relative to the socialist influence 'oount on a part.% which submits European interaational rela- Raise in Price Will Bring Millions Into Treasury of Companies Tear. universal military service throughout, can capitalists have acted in the toaa> prepared the following state1- ail the fatheiLjnd. It seems safe to, Franco-Moroccan crisis that Germany to will be forced to make satisfactory re- 'ply to the French note by tonight. "The German government will have to pay masks next llondav to satisfy obligations ojtstandin-; -a France, The drain of gold from Bei t-r, makes this impossible. Baron Rothschild came to Pari< to confer with financial magnates. Dur- BIG SUGAR TRUST i tions. BY CHARLES P. STEWART (Copyright 1911 by United Press.) If matters should come to a crisis between Germany and France or socialists, their decision would un- England or both, the socialists cannot. questionably be for peace The deciding be counted on to prevent it as some WJH be done, however, not bv the so- sOJdiering for ail us members in times of peace not to balk at war if war should actually be declared True, if the matter of a declaration of hostilities were submitted to the NEW YORK, Sept. gross jthitfV They may be able to do so but bv the German' govern- inS an all night confirt-nre, an profits of the sugar trust for the future time, but not now. ing year following the advance in the If could be prevented by price of sugar from ?3.75 to will reach according to the socialists anywhere, it would the be in s. ern- n-ent, which is not socialist at all. If can banking represnetative -.177 for- the government declares war it is as ward and agreed to snare in loin certain as anything can be that the _ __ Germany, for it is in Germany thatlCuujSts will shoulder their gnns and brokers today. Lots of this money; they are strongest. Since relations, hurry to the front as" brisky as anyone will be used to wipe out the deficit i between Germany and France tX1 the German bankers on condition that Germany reply T-iawtay night before 6 o'clock to the Frwieh note to Berlin. The it under- stood to be in the h.imls of M prices to a crop shoitage. I formidable because tJiey were largely! (Continued on Page [tteujPiUof tte dispute. EWSPAPERI 4j
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