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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               V PL TftfrArS NEWS TODAY V. THE HOME Wtf THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FO'RTV-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER CANADA REJECTED RECIPROCITY PACT Result Was a Landslide for 1 Conservatives Now in Com- plete Control. SEVEN OLD MINISTERS Ml OF RE-ELECTION Said to Be Due to In- fluence of American Mon- ey Freely r Sept. That Canada will build up trade within their own boundaries and make trade concessions only to Great Britain was the construc- tion placed today on yesterday's election defeating reciprocity. While returns are still incom- plott figures today indicate the parliament will be composed of 130 conservatives and 86 liberals a great gain for conservatives. Conservative Leader Borden said today the result of the election indicates no feeling of unfriend- liness to the United States. Seven ministers of the Lauiier gov- ernment have gone down to Including Finance Minister Fielding and Minister of Customs who negotiated the agreement at Other cabinet ministers have gone down in the wreck nro MacKenzie minister of la- Sir Frederick minister of Q. P. minister of W. minister of Internal and Sidney A. Fish- minister of agriculture. The seat. contested by R. D. leader of the opposition in is in doubt. The province of Quebec is apparent- ly the only one in in the dominion Sir Wilfrid Laurier developed any of his old time strength. It was a landslide against reciprocity in On- tario. The heavy vote of the cities 'where the manufacturing and financial influence -was potent encompassed the defeat of the. although the farm- ing in Ontario did not give VARIOUS OPINIONS. Sept. in- in varfoijs parts of the country leading polifteians -nairted' the annexation talk as one- reason for the rejection. the Canadian reciprocity agreement. Director of tie Mint a tariff ex- said the republicans have to-scfhres. tfche.vhigh _cofit ing some other waV- Senator Ponuerene said he was still convinced' 'the agreement would have been beneficial to both coun- tries. Senator LaFollette refused to comment on the result but Wai- ter L. Hawser in charge of the progressive headquarters here de- has rendered a great service to the American the support tp reciprocity that was ex- pected of them The Liberals lost ground in practically every province of the dominion. Where they their majoriMtefe w_ere -small. Where the Conservatives their majori- ties were tremendous The result eorg.es as an unexpected disaster in the face of the confident hopes of the government that it be ausuined on Issue it had made of reciprocity be- tween Canada and the United States. By nine p. m. the returns showed such heavy Conservative gains that tae overthrow of the government was ftssured and the leading Liberal news- hapera conceded the defeat of the Laurier government and the rejection Of reciprocity. The Monti eal government supporter and strong advocate of rec- iprocity at 10 30 p. conceded the defeat of Laurier by from 10 to Iff majority. The overthrown premier Mrftself is elected by acclamation in Quebec but Robet L. on Page UNOFFICIAL REPORT. Conservative. Liberal 12 .........26 37 New Brunswick .....5 8 Nova Scotia 7 11 Prince Edward Isl'd. 2 2 Manitoba..........4 6 Saskatchewan .......6 4 Alberta ...........5 2 British Columbia 6 1 xYukon 0 0 Totals..........132 83 Conservative 49. Former Liberal 43. elections deferred. elections defeired. xOne election deferred. Leaders of Both Democrat and Republican Parties Claim It Has Its Advantages. SAY CLARK'S SPEECH HURT Canadian Press -Took Stand That Agreement Was Fore- runner of Sept de- feat of Laurier in the Canadian elec- tion is looked -upon in many lights in Washington. Leaders of both politi- cal parties claim benefits. There is no doubt that it will have an effect upon President Taft's campaign and the re- ported gloom on the Taft train is an indication to many that the effect will not be good. Some of the old guard who supported the agreement their better say that its de- feat will strengthen the Taft adminis- tration by removing the only issue on which they were in disagreement with the president. Most of the insurgent republicans they believe their position has male stronger by the result of the election in Canada today. There was no one here to speak even informally for the democrats. A ma- jority of that party in both senate and house voted for the enactment of the agreement and without their votes tne Taft program for the special session would have failed. Some of the friends of the Canadian agreement do not hesitate to charge tte Canadian defeat of the Laurier government to the Clark was making a plea for a wider market and in giving his reasons for supporting the Canadian am for it because I hope to see the day when American flag will float over every square foot of the British North American possessions clear to the north pole. They are people of our -blood. They speak our language. Their institutions are TWO'S BUT THREE'S A CROWD. WELL OLD TO IT'S YOUR MOVE. much like the difficult art My judgment They are trained in of that if the treaty of e Zeke Zucker'a youngster wanted to know the other day if iieen he tied up with the kid's maw. He said he seed in the family Bible where Zeke mar- ried Anno Dom- 1885 Forecast- Fair tonight and warmer Saturday. Temperature at 7 a. m one year 55. Sun rises Saturday at a. m. and sets at p. in. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon 14 miles north- east at Friday morning. miiramo FlY Unknown Aviator Arranging.f or Trip Which Will End in New York. ENLARGED FILTER PLANT IS NEEDED NOVEL INCUBATOR. Sept. fireless cooker used as an incuba- tor has come to the rescue of Mr. and Mrs A E. Pieper in PUS- taming life m their twin born a day or two ago. Curled m separate compartments of this kitchen the weighed but two pounds at his and the who weighed are sleeping their way to health when not receiving food by aid of a medicine dropper Will Proceed With the Prosecu- tion of Senators Under In- dictment for Bribery. HALT INVESTIGATION Failure of Attorneys for State to Get Statement Out of Diegie Causes NEW Sept con- State Body Reduces Amount By Five Suffers. Unless the state tax commission can q.ui.ot of tne the most ambi- tious exploit yet undertaken by an mduced to chanSe its declslon. is contemplated by a Danish Lake Shore railroad will pay nearly air who describes his plans in a letter to be published in the Nord a Danish newspaper pub- lished in less taxes on its city property this year than last year. City officials are not only 1854 had never been abrogated fro chances of a consolidation of th ce two countries would have been much greater than they are ary in Japan from 10 there by the Presbyterian board foreign missions. FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF PRINCIPALS IN FLORIDA SHAKER SETTLEMEN TRAGEDY Lost Way But Takes to Air Lands Heav- ily and Quits Race. N Sept or Ward withdrew from the transcon- tinental contest today. His ma- was wrecked in a 60 foot fall this morning Rodgers started at and this afternoon passed Pa 4 headed for N. at miles an hour. Aviator Rodgers was able to mate a start from N. during- the morning and headed up the Ene He lost his way twice and iR-R.lsd to get his passing- Sssfiue'iaBita and finally alighting nesr This was out of his course fesd 345 Miles from New Yort. ere MiacOetown at 2'-51 Thursday aftsrnooa and ainie off swiftly to the west- ward. In ene stretch of bis he was timed as having tnade sit miles in fiwtf when trosblc wM of his engfee cylind- ers compelled to at Haiwoefc fct he had cover- ed miies in xoiBptes and was miles from Torfe Fla-r Sect lips' sealed. helped our friendf oat of this by attorofiyJ Jndse F. not to farther the the Shakers accused ef forming her to prevent her safterfnf fa her dying hours This aviator writes that he has en-1 but alarmed at the ruling of the state listed the necessary financial aid and j body. They cannot understand made arrangements to flv next the figures were placed so and are and upon ships stationed at intervals iVT l hard massed lor across the North sea and ttje is from Me tio Ti The valuation on the Lake Shore in time He says he will use a given au miles an hour The steamers stationed at intervals OLDEST GRADUATE DIES NEW Sept James C of Pnnce-1 of American manufacure and expects _. A l given tiu win ton died at his home in at the rate of about considerably the amount it will East N. J. He was 97 and was a member of the class of 1832. Dr. Hepburn was a medical mission- Pt i Lake Shore to furnish a full return SPSJf ta the air man believes that he can notify as against last year The tax estimate on the city property of the corporation last year was 830 The total valuation on the Lake The newspaper published in the including both rity and town Sept is be- ing strenuously denied by Prosecuting Attorney Turner cases agains' Senators Cetone-. Huffiman and Dean will be postponed in com- mon pleas court until after the cir- cuit court renders a decision in the case against Rodney J. Diegie. The refusal of the former sergeant- at-arms of the senate to Tiake any will halt the promised further investigation of the Franklin county grand and in spite of all reports to the it is hardly probable that any more indictments will be returned against either members the last general assembly any agents ot so called which were said to be work- ing for the passage of certain bills which.- were pending in the legisla- ture. It is now planned to begin the trial of Senator Huffman within the next two weeks regardless of what is done in the Diegie case. Attorney General Hogan will upon his return from hfs vacation next meet with Prosecuting Attorney and they will map out the work that will be accomplished dur- ing the criminal court session in October. Only the case against Senator Huffman has been set for and while it has been declared that the indictments against the other senators would follow that of Huff- it is generally believed that no more will be set for trial un- til after the circuit court acts in the Diegie and the entire Investi- gation is likely to be halted until after that time. Should the court rule in favor of Diegie it will greatly reduce the chances of the state to secure any more and it would be useless to try the other cases. On the other if the circuit court decision rules that the trial of Diegie was and he is compelled to serve the three year -sentence meted out to him by Judge Kinkeiad. it will until rescued. ADVERTISING SEWS Dr. Mclaughlin Sends Full Re- port of Investigation City Water Supply. STRUCTURAL DEFECTS COULD BE CORRECTE0 Arrangements Should Be Mads So That Plant Can Be Re- paired and Not Enlargement of tne Sandusky filtration plant with provision for operating a part of plant when another part is undergoing is the greatest need of Sandusky for the prevention of vreterborne according to the report of Dr. Allan J. Me- a full report of which has been received here by Water Works Superintendent King. Dr. McLaughlin recently investigated conditions here along with those at otfser lake cities. As was Dr. McLaughlla flnds serious structural defects in the filtration plant but the principal so it is apparent from bis could be remedied by the en- largement of the sedimentation ba- sins and operating tne plant by units. His report in fall has a about and is population of situated upon Sandusky one of the nest natur- al harbors on the lakes. _The city covers an area of about 8 squara miles. The industries of Sanduskr consist of a paper planing wine and some general manufacturing. Tne sewage of Sandusky is discharged in- to Sandusky Bay. Sandusky a grossly polluted empties into shallow Sandusky Bay. The river has a length of 115 miles and drains a populous watershed of over square miles.. Its average discharge for the entire year is about 500 cabia feet per although ia January the maximum discharge may be well above cubic feet per second. ia a population on this watershed of over perecrate in- cluding the- cities of Bucyrw and Fremont the standpoint of water- borne the sewage pollution of Sandasky Bay by the discharge from the sewers of Sanduaky ot vastly greater importance than volume of polluted water carried from great distance by the River. Sandusty's main water front faces the and upon thia water front are found the bulk of the sewer outfalls. The northeast water front face that portion of the bay southeast of the main channel and almost land- locked by Cedar Point Into this portion of the bay less sewage enters directly than into the main ol the bay facing 'be northwest water front. water works crib is -situated in the southeast portion of the bay referred to leet -from the northeast water front in 7 feet of water. This portion of the bay had many advantages over other por- tions of this badly polluted body of water as a scource of water supply. have a bearing upon the other cases which will mean that they will be brought to early trial. That a confession has been prepar- ed by one state and is be- ing withheld pending the decision the circuit is none of the officials who are in a position to know whether or not this statement is will talk for publi- and any storifts printed to the effect that this confession has been in consideration of im- munity being extended is merely guess work. Yet there are those who believe it is mighty good guess work at that on Page TOLEDO. Sept Ely. retired school teacher and J best of health when he retired. I afternoon is fall of riches thelotai of 5 'and cosTs and reports of eittite. with all as aCTinst H.3S7961 last year Al- Sentence _ that implies of interest. though the estimates are the. L though the estimates are the The advertising in an eiening taxes to be paid will be less because 4 newspaper is thus associated with interwoven lire reading and itself par- Of the lower rates now in force 0 Sept. 22. .-Members of takes of that quality. Engineers association of the Can- it is quite important to print the first news of an important selling 8B or of a I'0' ton comprising Mcron. Cin- Xew Bar- herton and other will meet I j here in annual convention Saturday. RESULT IN CANADA IS DISHEARJ ENING JAFJ AKRON. Sept Mo- lits. a Greek confectioner was fined en a thirty for selling cigareis to a 10-j ear-old boy. BANKER WALSH TO BE GIVEN PAROLE 111. Sept. was made today by Senator Baitey of Texas ablaze with enthusiasm today to gieet and Representative Sims of Tennessee. President Taft and but little enthusiasm was to be found on the j rceipionty in the senate. presidential train The joy of the knoxvs today how it feels to be Taft trip was snuffed out with the de- said Sims president of reciprocity With the president Democratic WHs at the last the insu'wrt states the S9sslon ot congress and now Canada thoi srSttr soon to political effect big consideration. can determined along that line said i Secretary Hilles. j The president started on the of entertainments arranged for him i early this with a breakfast at j a local club. An automobile ride and j luncheon followed. He will make an extraordinary ses- Henry Missing for Two Suffers From Experience. Henry Holderbaum. aged street resident thought to oe sligaUy was found Friday morains- in the marsh on Big Islana east of the city after having been missing from nis home since Wednesdav. Ja- cob Third street reside working within sight of the saw the aged man in the marsh and w to his help. Holderbaum. fatigued an I numbed by the was taken to heit's residence and the police n ti- fled Holderbaum was a pitiable ject. He had aronr.'S in the marsh and had been through the mud and water A'l at- tempts to get an explanation Mi experience were for naugftt as th man's answers to questions incoherent statpniente Pirns man's mind is affected He had been ia the maish is Known Holderbaum. who f T A p.irs was ft well known on the sides with a Recently has rhlnz bis mil' h the i much trouble IMS iudlnatioM 'wander froai home Two be snd 'for two was i John R the Chicago or. a i.vmtrv i-fsjil near Othar i John R Walsh No Tariff Revision. Sept. defeat reciprocity in Canada leaves us serving a five-year term in' brought back to the Shej address tonight in St Louis. What Bailey Says we were when the Paine-Aldrich the federal penitentiary at his disappearance wm reported tariff bill was said Congress-1 is to be granted a pa-1 the polios It It opinion 4f man Alfred G. Alleu today. is role. Walsh has served one-third ot'authorities that the man ftlMML.j pecially unfortunate because the sentence and thus on the I dent's vetoes of the wool the farm-1 day of eligible for a ac Best nad only Sept 22 j era' free Hat and the cotton schedule j parole provided his conduct in the j 5c sentiment on Canadian reclproc- now leaves ue withoat any tariff re-tl- prison had such as to days on Page ity result is reflected by statement L siga with approval of the warden. take uto some instttutlom. After Holdorbanai had ttMi Arbeit borne and ttem porary the aged man to   

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