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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER Sugar Schedule and High Price of. Meats Will Be Speedily PRICESfftROOQSTED IN WESTERN MARKETS a Jump in All of the Big Centers and Meats Follow Sept. con- gress will be confronted anew with the problem the high cost of living when itsmeets -n'ext December was the universal opinion in Washington to- based.on Canada's rejection of the reciprocity agreement. The cost of living agitated by the sensa- tional rise in sugar and the tariff schedule together with meats will likely receive early attention. A num- ber of bills from the last session are certain to be reintroduced. Everything is given Boost. Sept. the result of the defeat of the Canadian reci- procity pact nearly every household commodity was given a boost and it is figured that this is only the start. The price of flour leaped 30 cents a barrel at Minneapolis yesterday. The greatest advance in wheat-dur- ing Friday was recorded at Duluth. There traders were paying as high as eight cents a bushel-more for the-grain than they did before reciprocity was rejected. the greatest milling center in the showed a maximum net advance of six cents. Increases of a less sensational char- acter were recorded at Kansas St. Omaha and Chicago. A further blow to at least a certain may result when malsters have studied the situation in the barley markets. la some cen- the price advanced as much as eight cents. probably means increased .cost of ma- terial to as has been the Mstory of previous similar with saloonists. is a'grain of for the in the meat v While packing house prod- itcts rose in price they did so only out of sympathy with grains. Reci- acording to had no direct .effect upon meat products and its defeat is not likely to add to cost of bacon and ham. But the as a were not being presented with .economic problems to solve. The principal -puzzle that occupies atten- tion there was that fascinating enig- ma of post-elections did it '._ ..v r In ah evening paper stal- ed in type three inches tall procity .is Beneath this heading in a headed archangel chains the a of with the drawn sword of with i was f-fl'et 'a tri- umph .was. won .by- a of' Conservatives flnri Liberals det.firminfid tile dream of a great imperishable Cana- da shouidjnot' be displaying the sev- ered the eight defeated insist that the time had come for a change in gov- lest the controlling party even against its en- trenched ill graft. Fear of disagreement the government's policies and .-wit VgpVjexnment's naval and transportation -'policies and enxiety lest the principle of independent nation al development be abandoned were other assigned for the sur- prising charigs which give's the Bor- den Conservatives a majority of at least forty-eight in the new house of commons. The Borden regime will be inau- gurated with even more completeness of power than is indicated by the mere statement of majority. Of the 132 Conservatives seats but one Is held by a Nationalist. Henri Bou- rassa's lurid appeals to the young French vote of Quebec failed to sw cure more than typically enthusiastic on Page SUGAR'TRUST'BOOSTS PROFITS HERE'S MAN WHO SHOWS THE WAY Edward Another quarter of a cent a pound added to the whole- sale price of sugar in New making the total now 7 1-2 cents and from 8 1-2 to 9 cents retail. The 'sugar was con- victed not so very long ago of robbing the government by false and compelled to pay back a great sum the nation's treasury. About July 1. this the price of sugar began to and the addi- tional profit to the trust over the profit it was making June is a day. John E. famous-New jurist is attorney for the sugar and guided its destinies through .its development un- der Henry O. _________ Two Aviators Killed White Mak ing Ascensions in Front of v Fair Crowds. RODGERS MAKES FAST RUN -7S for One Day if Weather Permits Sept. Whenever y o u see a man with a sweet disposition it's sign. he's away from home. tonight and pron- ably not .change Taft Will Not Abandon Pro- gram Although Downcast Over Canadian Result. SAYS NO DIFFERENCE WHO IS RESPONSIBLE Makes Three Speeches in Louis and Nearly Meets Champ ST. Sept. Begin- ning the real of the President Taft has crossed the. Miss- issippi and begun his western cam- paign. with .three speeches in St. Louis. Although still downcast by the outcome of the Canadian election he declared today he would complete his trip matter what A good crowd met Taft here this morning. President Taft was introduced at. the Mercantile Club breakfast by Gov. Hadley. am very sorry to an- nounced may not have heard that the reciprocity policy betweea this country and Canada .is not go- ing fraid tho. prosirisnt _ observe that the distinguished speaker of the house of represents-- tives discussing- wno is responsible. 'Well I am content with the decision Canada has made -and I don't suppose it makete much who is responsible. All -I can say now is that it is a past .issue in so far as making me sible for putting. through something which didn't pass is' Champ Clark and President Taft were in the union station here at tne same time this morning though they didn't meet The speaker who is starting on a speaking tour through Kansas was on hand to take an early train for where j he delivered an address. The Taft party filed out au in was- making his way toward the FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF POPE PIUS SINCE ILLNESS SHOWS HIS COMPLETE RECOVERY Brother of Man Who Showered Jewels on Her Meets Tragic End at Palmer House. SUICIDE THEORY NOT BELIEVED BY FRIENDS Nathan Alien Could Not I Found to Be Notified of Millionaire's tluf large a circulation as possible to show to the world my laid shown several photographs taken of him sinceihis recent one of which appears the Pope leaving the Vatican for a ride. It shows Sept violent deaflf in the Alten family of whicS has been connected up with tha strange facts surrounding Helen Dwelle Jenkins jewelry smuggling casa last evening led to a story that Allen had commute suicide but it was- later discovered that Charles W. Al- his another millionaire ol-- Kenosha had either jumped been hurled from a window of the mer house to his death. The brother of the man killed ay. falling four stories onto'the roof of a. story section of the hotel front his room on the fourth floor was recent- indicted in New York on testiniony- Jenkins to with the- smuggling of a fortune in jewels which says Nathan Allen showered upon- TAKES CHARGE SUNDAY 'Temperature at one year ago degrees. Sun rises a. sets at rises Monday at a. and sets p. m. wind for twen- ty-four-hours ending at neon Robert Fowler ascended here at i1 miles. northeast at p. m. Fri- today and resumed his attempt to fly across the continent. Fowler has been delayed for a week owing to his machine being crippled. He made a short trial flight and headed for the moun- tains. He passed at flying very fast. Baffled by high winds Fowler flew in. a huge circle and returne'd' to Colfax at Jeered to Death. Sept. oli Jdiarai county fair visitors saw-cFrank fall .-.to. hlaj death here after the crowd had ed him to ascend by calling him when chiding him on his refusal to fly Thursday. Miller lost control of the Gurus biplane'after he had ascended to a height of 200 feet. Just how the'ac7 Cident happened will never be known. He dipped and then fell straight to earth in sight of the crowd. A blue flame was seen to shoot up from the engine and the gasoline tank exploded. His body was con- siderably charred by the' fire which resulted but found after the body had been recovered from under the wreck of the plane that the en- gine had crushed his head. He was flying under the aiispices of Strobel of Toledo. He had made one successful flight during the day and was three. Recently he .made eight successful flights in one day in Kan. He had been an aviator since April. day. JURY HOLDS EDITORS NOT GUILTY OF LIBEL Says He Did Not Say He File Dissolution Suits if Companies Reorganize. NEW Sept. an all night session the jury returned A. _. a verdict Of not guilty in the seditious 1FW SepL market-j liber case here the publishers affected today by the mter- of the Free a socialist i view published in the morning The caste grew-ont of articles Attorney General Wickersham ed during the -strike against the Amer- ican Sheet and Tin Plate company two years ago. Castellane is Killed. N. Sept. the fell to instant death at the fair. He had started in an exhibi- tion flight and when three-quarters of a mile from the grounds his machine turned over and fell on a hiliisde. Castellance was found bur- ied beneath the wreckage of his en- gine and plane. would not permit any trusts which are violating the Sherman law to reorganize without facing a dissolu- tion The ticker of the. New j York News carried-1 the '-'Dretton N. Attorney General de- J nies authenticity of alleged interview published in the New York The denial was accepted as authentic H. K. HICLBERRY. His attorney. William has- asserted that his who was one'7 the organizers of the Central Leatli- jer Co.. and a -member of the firm N. Allen Sons Co. cf was-v a' victim of a blackmailing plot. EvJ-'-' idence was in of said Mr. that vouldP verify this statement. Charles W. Allen had his brother and persons who he ist'i n i- Tt UIB anu persons wno ne DP City Firemen Believe They Are I lieved were systematically muletfn Entitled to As Good Pay OTHER CITIES GIVE RAISE Local Pay Said to Be Out of .Proportion to That Allowed in Ohio Members of the Sandusky. fire 'de- partment are .making the fight of their lives for the increase in asked for in petitions referred to the city council last evening. The firemen of Columbus and Cleve- land but recently waged a fight for better pay and at both places the fire laddies won out without much trouble. Firemen at To- Dayton and Lorain are now en- deavoring to have their salaries ic- i creased so local firemen point pay tothe fire fighter's of those places is without exception higher now than Discharged Penitentiary Stew- ard Says He-Can Prove His Acts Clear. by the street. Wickersham also denied 'that xhe tad stated the steel corporation was a combination in violation of the CAUGHT ROBBER IN ACT Miller discharged Sept.. W. P. steward of the Sept. a duel in the dark in the cashier's of- fice of a local store Eugene Anathon early this morning overcame Peter Columbus state hospital today made a written demand oh the state board of administration for a public hearing into the charges on which he was dismissed. Miller's letter says' strikes me as unjust to accuse a man of wrong doing dismiss him from his position and then give -him no opportunity to be heard in I can a and him had ta- entered the store. Rev. Hillberry i aKes wiemodist Is Highly Regarded. FOR FIRST 3fEWS People look IXSTPfCTIVELY and UXFAILIXGLT to the ercniiis hardly conceive that such a course TMPATJTAAT H APPFMXGS would .he- permitted under the state IVOKLD. THE ETKf- paper for first news of MOST OF Described as a forceful and a. man. of pleasing Rev. H. K. late of the Welling- ton will preach his first ser- mon at the Trinity Methodist church Sunday morning. He was expected here late Saturday afternoon. Rev. Hillberry considered one of the most promising young men in the Methodist and conservative divines of long experience speak of him in high terms. Although but thirty-five years of he has been preaching fourteen years. JDuring the last four he has been at the head of the Wellington church. Before that time he was call- ed to various charges in and about square deal for READERS WITH THE MOST EX- PEFSIVE INFORMATION. SOME OF -IT IS BROUGHT FROM THE Men Under Indictment Will Not Escape Through Reorgani- zation of Trust. CHICAGO. Sept. a con- ference with Senator K.enyon and Federal Judge United States District. Attorney Wilkerson announc- ed today the case against the indicted beef packers here would be called to trial no matter how the trusts changed their business to con- form with the supreme court deci- sions. Judge Kenyon before his election to the senate was a government trust buster and gathered .most of the evi- dence against the packers. Although lie will retain interest in the case he may not be in active it be- ing understood Taft selected WHker- son for the task. He went over the with Kenyon and it would boCBrought tc7-.trial. Sept. A. Edi- r-___ American arrived WORLD'S END AND IT IS QUITE ifLMIRAr Y.. Sept. A viator j here and his presence in the city is at- NATURAL that they should also Rodgers broke a guy wire when tracting much attention. The Ameri- come to to the evening paper brushed against a tree in can association of commerce and trade Ms flight here today. One of is planning to give a banquet in his planes delay. was also punctured causing honor. Rodgers is Delayed. Aviator Calbraith P. wno is competing in the coast-to-coast landed on a farm just outside the city at p. after making his longest single day flight since leaving New York Sunday. Since starting on his long distance flight Rodgers has covered 236 miles. CHLOROFORM BOY PATIENT lonth Is Affected With Rabies and Physicians Say He Will Die. Sept. question as to- whether it is justifiable for a physician to put an end to a patient's suffering revived by the alleged Sha- ker murder was renewed here tcday when physicians at the county hospi- tal announced they would chloroform Earl and keep him un- der that influence until he died. Young Barnes is hopelessly afflicted with rabies resulting from being bitten by a dog and is violent. for their first information of sales and of bargain opportunities. Rev. Hillberry is a graduate of Taldwin Berea. and of the theological school of that place. He is married and has two children. While Rev. Hillberry is delivering a sermon here. Rev. H. V. Givler wili start his ministry in the Franklin 'i on Page AVIATOR OVINGTON LAYS IN CARGO FOR FIRST TRIP OF AGREES TO TAKE CARGO FROM LOS ANGELES TO NEW YORK Earle S. winner of the Boston Globe tri-state is preparing to start from Los Ange- les in the transcontinental race. He is the aviator who Is arranging to carry 150 oi tar engineers and pay that is graded Saridlisky and lien- ten.ants draw per month. Cap- chiefs receive up to per month for the chief. They want a increase per all along the line. Here are tne salaries receiv- ed by the firemen of other Nathan of hundreds of thousands of When he discovered that Nathan had showered- securities and precious stones ion -Stta he .took -prompt meas- ures to prevent a further overflow in the-same direction. He learned that in. Chicago was safety boi- to which Mrs. Jenkins and. Allen- had access.. He Induced brother to aeeompjiny him 'to vaiilt. where he took securities and placed them beyond the reach of the woman. Thea he sent Nathan to 7 Charles W. Allen came to from his home in Kenosha. He ipined a room regularly at the Palmer house and he appeared1 at the about 2 o'clock. A telegram wis awaiting him. Mr. Allen took the tele-'' gram and- went to his room. the fourth floor. At o'clock a bellboy his ring for ice water. Allen sitting near the opened on a court. As the hoy the door he heard noise TS4- The guest was to the window the boy looked put and saw- turned to the not there. Rushing At the latter receive their body that of the court a srwf distanm ____ the .street level The boy gave tfca alarm and It was found that death evidently had occurred Instantly. The body was removed to the rooms Several circumstances caused the police to withhold a conclusion as whether the fall had been suicidal or the result of a Dr. P. M. the house physician' at the clings to theory of suicide. Mr. Allen shares of steer but fto is not thought that yesterday's in the prices of those securities sufficient to cause him to despondent. its declared one Robert W. a son of C. of the men Saturday. isn't a j had accompanied his city in the state the size of Sanduskyjto but he was not where the men have done as good hotel at tire time of his work as the local department -has. death. He was preparing to take Then the city shws its appreciation j evening train for San Francisco. He by continuing us as the lowest paid hastened to the hotel when he learned place the fire laddies clothing free of cost One of the local -firemen has figur- ed it out that the firemen are paid at the rate of 7 5-S cents per hour. This may seem but the firemen Ions hours makes their pay coihe to them at that rate. one fire fighters in the of the tragedy and took charge of Ms parent's remains. telephone conversation that took place between. Allen and E C. Thiets. vnrtTM nrrrtmttwirn YOUTH MIKDtKiD AKRON. Sept. Earl secretary of the Allen Sons Co.. who was at first thought to have been than four hours before the r electrocuted at the plant of the Dia-j strengthens the theory that his death mond Rubber is now believed to have been murdered. Several hours after the supposed accident. Coroner Kendig began an investigation which that the victim was not killed by electricity. The wound on Harris' head hac the appearance of having been in- flicted by a blunt instrument. on Page MUST PAY FANCY PRICES F1BIHIMK LBE IS GIN Passengers on Olympic MfS. Minnie Only Twen Because Steamers Are Crowd- ed Homeward. Sept. marooned Olympic passengers are spending their time haunting the steamship offices but only those who can pay fancy prices have been successful in getting early sailings. Harry t'ayne Breaks for Quick Weddings. Mrs. Minnie M. 'wcntyv sis years took out hei Car- riage license in the proivi'.e oourt Sat- urday and th res'ens to break Charles P. C. Oliver reccrcts for the mirror of connu- Senator Aldnch and Frank A. Munsey biaj experiences ia county at -this part of the stat-e. George E. Wieland. IS. who his oecupa'i'-n as store kpfper. is got berths on the Mauretania. though they were not exactly what they would have originally chosen. When it was announced at the Cu- nard office that a berth had been returned it snapped up instantly by one of the waiting throng for Many have gone to Marseilles to sail from there and others are coming to Canada. Sept. fell dead attempt- g to catch his ponies in a pasture field. He was a well known oil man. tined tn the fo.mb happy according to the court record- Hto predecessors were James Theodore Lester and Tbos. Oft The ceremony to be performed the Rev. cense atates. Mrs. Oakes recently lie notice by bringing stftt Tmos. J. Oakes. third hi divorce. The casw wan cusr of the iWSPAPERr   

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