Sandusky Star Journal, November 14, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

November 14, 1911

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Issue date: Tuesday, November 14, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio 'Ji' If r.'A TV, THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE S AN D U S S TAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 30 Suoreme Court Acts on Report of Special Commissioner Brace Filed in Sept. COMMITTEE STARTING CONGRESSIONAL QUIZ President Taft Will Try to Shift 1912 Battleground From Tariff to Trusts, JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Nov. Missouri supreme court today issued an ouster writ against the International Harves- ter company, forbidding them to do business in tl'ie state and ad- ministering a fine of The decision came as the result of a report filed Sept. 6 by Special Commissioner Brace on the oust- er suit begun by Governor Had- ley when he was attorney gener- al. The report alleged the company to be violating the anti-trust laws of Missouri and that it was the agent of the International Company of New Jersey practically controlling all the standard makes of harvesting ma- chinery. The decision is considered one or the most important in connection with the government anti-trust crusade The couit ruled on a petition charg- ing the Company with violating the State trust laws The company is chaiaeterized as a "gigantic and ne- fai ious scheme." The ouster writ will be withdrawn providing the company pays the flue and severs its connection the parent company within six months. Refuse to Talk. 111., Nov. tional Harvester company official as the head officers of the cor- poration, refused to comment on the decision of the Missouri supreme court ousting the company from Mis- souri and imposing a fine of It was said that no statement would be issued until a copy of the opinion had heen received. DEAN'S COMPLIMENTS f Special to The Star-Journal: 4 COLUMBUS, 0. Nov. Representative Fulton, of Licking county, asked Senator Tom Dean this morning if he had said that he most desired to put Congress- man Carl Anderson, of his district in a republican district, sen- ator and replied that it would fas a worthy ambition any- how. CONGEESSKAN WHO SEEE3 TO ABOLISH NEW COUBT OF COMEKCE CHABGES THAT IT NULLIFIES OTEESTATE COMMEKCE COMMISSION Democratic Congressmen In Columbus Today To De- cide Upon Course. is OPPOSED BY ANDERSON! Thirteenth District Representa- DIEGLE'S CASE TO BE HEARD IN FULL THE DIEGLE CASE April expose of brib- I ery scandal. i May Diegle and oth- ers indicted. j July convicted, die- tagraph evidence being admitted. Sept. alleged "con- made. Sept. sentenced to three years in prison. Oct. court affirmed sentence. Nov. court decid- ed to hear case on its merits. Supreme Court Today Allowed Motion For Filing Bill of Exceptions. FIRST REAL VICTORY GAINED BY DEFENSE lALESOFW "Big Business" To Be "Investigated" Soon WASHINGTON, Nov. inves- tigation of "big business" will begin tomorrow with hearings before the senate committee on interstate and foreign commerce. J. P. Morgan, Judge Gary, Samuel Gompers and oth- ers have been invited to appear before the committee "Whether there shall be competi- tion or combination is the i Special to the Star-Journal. COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 14. ocrat would run for Toledo district if LuTlnnie Whit tfker will be brought to Akron on Thursday. CLEVELAND. November gresivefe of the coun- tj constitutional contention egation will meet with Her- bert S. Bigelow, of Cincinnati, to- night to lay plans for a definite line of action to be followed in the conven- tion. Bigelow retention of the present constitution and the separate submission of amendments of the li- quor question and the initiative and referendum. Bigelow emphatically de- nied a story published as entering in- to a deal with Governor Harmon, John the much needed Alaskan legis- Vineyard sound Massachusetts, The [regarded them as new and Important lation. will go until the next ses- crew remained on board and a tug the action of the court this rnorn- IJEOKE RECORD UEEER-SANDUSKY, 0.. Nov. Eleven above zero was recorded here standing by. Saved By a Miracle. CHICAGO, Nov. from a watery grave by almost a miracle, the coldest ever known for this sea- Captain Osmondson and the crew of son of the year, with snow on the the seventy-foot power fishing boat ground Alton Koehler, 15, broke his {Evening Star, cast on the shores leg coastin: of Lake Michigan near St. Joseph, are rejoicing they are alhe For thirty-six hours the Evening Star tossed helplessly on Lake Michi- gan, the captain and crew, most of them experipnced fishermen, huddled in the pilothouse to keep from freez- ing, the rudder gone and water fast filling the hold. Nine Are Dead. JANESVILB. Wis Nov. the death of Albert Schmidt the death list from Saturday's tornado will reach nine. Schmidt was found bnr- I ied under tons of hav gpnoiis- lv iniured His father and two sis- instantly killed NEW YORK, Nov. H farewell mass celebrated today in honor of Archbishop Farley caidinal delegate, who departed foi Rome, one ot the greatest outpourings in the of the Catholic church here thousand school children and thou- sands of others took pait in the iui- ters nad pressive ceremonies At eight o clock five thousand school WEALTHY PROMOTER FREE ehiMien uere gathered about the ap- proaches to the cathedral dressed in white and currying American flags and the papal rolois. jellow and white, i With the. puipie coat of arms the cuil-, Idren fonned a mass of color that ex-1 neglect of auty. Sherman is to pay (tended clear to North rner. Entiie tne cost of ine sult and g'ye Mrs. indicates that it takes the same view of it." It is known that Prosecutor Turner will ask for an early hearing of tha case. The action of tne court this morning operates as a further sus- pension of the sentence in Diegle's case, and may also delay the trial of other bribery cases. Attorneys for the state refused to attach any significance to the action of the court other than a desire to es- tablish a. precedent. JEFFERSON, 0. Reynolds todaj granted divorce to Isaac L. Sherman, wealthy promoter his cross petition alleging gross congiegations were banked behind the children but no adults were admitted to thp cathpdral wnich was filled eu- tnely by the children.. Sherman m addition. Sher- Martin Smith, Venice Road Peddler, Killed on South Hayes Avenue. Crushed under the wheels of Iris Martin Smith. 72, peddler, was Killed about ten o'clock Tuesday moining near the residence of William Waldock on South avenue, about four miles from the city. man alleged that his wife had fallen i The hoise that the unfoitunate raan in love C H. Franks, an Erie was driving carried the wagon into a real estate dealer. {ditch while Smith was coming out ot j the lane next to the Waldock house. I When he fell from the vehicle, t'na [wheels passed over and SatteBeci (out his chest, caused internal injuries land broke several nbs. Death red in about ten minutes. The was taken to the rcsidencs P-Her Toft, milk dealer, nearbj-, and Coroner Kuoble then made an x finding the facts as (Smith Ihed at the residence oi" A deal for the buitu'.njr of a new.Seamon have been looKmsr the liam Hertlein on the Castalm road V: vaudeiihe theatre in this city has pro-jsround and Messrs. Parsons and Bus- noon the body was taken to 'sy. of Toledo, came here as their rep- noon the was taken to Bree- DEAL IS PENDING FOR A VAUDEVILLE HOUSE, TAFT Lincoln, the war president, has been twice signally honored within the past few days. At Hodgen sville, Ky. President Taft was the chief speaker at the dedication of the granite which enshrines the cabin in which Lincoln was born, a h undred and two years ago. It was erected by the Lincoln Farm assoeia tion, at a cost of about paid by popular subscription. Another tribute was paid to Lincoln at Fort Stevens. Washington, D C. b> the unveiling of a rock marking the spot gressed to a point thai a lease on the Tierney nropeity on Market street, Ineai Jackson, has been forwarded to Messrs. Hums Seamon, well-known in the theatrical world, whose agents w ere here a few days ago looking the ground. H the terms of the lease are accepted, a new building will be R. McLean and otheis involving pro-1 where the president stood under fire of the confederates until General gressive support Wright insisted upon his moving. netted. The vaudeville field m Sandusky has long appealed to theatrical men and a few months ago an option was taken on property b> Messrs John A. Himmelein and V. O. Woodward for a theitre building, but nothing has yet been done. More recently Hurtig resentatives Tney looked and chose the Tieinej bu'idin sites and gartner's morgue. Smith's death 3 the Goss propert-r. the most avail- jknown character ;n tnis and sunoi able James Flynn is agent for the'ing counties. For tr-c old i owners and has forwarded the lease i plied his trade, maUns almost 4- for signatures. plar trips to sell city goods and o T While plans are not yet complete.' articles to parties in Fremont, it is known that the promoters ex-I springs, and tarnje i u ha pect to nut up a substantial and mod- ern building, designed especially for vaudeville purposes, with a seating capacity of 500 600. The house .would be placed m a circuit and would doubtless feature motion pictures as well as the usual vaude- ville vic.nity of these places. While Smith had no if 1 took up his abode with Wiu lem while working aloni; t.a road. Last winter, he nn a -ittlc dry goods store at Harrison Puinnati streets, but it has closed. Mania was uct EWST-APERnnLhlVt .FWSPAPFSI ;