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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE SANDUSKY NOV. OWNED MD PUBLISHED BY THE ALVORD PETERS COMPANY The 1866. The Smutiusky Founded 1SS2. The Sandusky FouiidsS Merged 1304. EN YEARS AG FOLKS PAST FIFTY MUST USE CASCARETS HIS What Glasses are to Weak Cas- carets are to TVeak 10- cent Box Will Truly Amaze You. .PUBLICATION 616-618 Water ENTERED AT THE POST Ai SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. Address communication to THK SANDUSKY STAS-JOURNAL. Ka communications accepted unless accompanied by tue name address of the writer. AH mumscripts will be Kivtm carefu attention but i ejected articles will not bt returned unless ore enclosed for that purpose. TELEPHONES Business Offics and All Depart- ments-Privat Branch Exchange. Nc. 28. BELL-Edi- lioom. No. 54. Business No. 23. SUBSCRIPTION BATES Dally 10 Cents a By Mail. J5.00 a Tear Postage Presatd. Per Tear In Advance. Subscribers will greatly facilitate good service if all complaints made direct lo business office instead of to boya. 'Phone or. this subject to Bell 28 or Harrison 28. The Association of American J Advertisers York has esamiaad and cariiiied ic its cirialatJoo j I ol this publication. the iigures eircnlatioE contsJcs'l ii- its Depart ars j te 1 191 THE GERRYMANDER Cougreasuian of representing the pres- ent fourteenth has been most outspoken in his opposition to the gerrymander plan as finally adopted at tlie caucus in and lie refuses to endorse it. He and Congressman of certainly have good to -oppose the plan. Both are placed in the same new to lie known as the the counties-' which in 1 SOS-gave a republican plurality of more than In their present both Sharp and Bathrick be- lieve they would stand a chance of re-election next fall. In the new bur one could run again and he would stand no chance of election because of the very heavy re- publican vote. This is the most glaring inconsistency of the redis- plan. The figures show as a Roosevelt declared to be favorable to a scientific re- vision of the tariff. Sandusky High defeated Cleveland Weat High iu foot- ball game. 17 to 5. Is DATE m HISTORY NOVEMBER 1G. Adolphus died from wounds received at the battle of Lutzeii. Born in Dec. 1594. French and Indians surprised the village of Sara- toga. captured the British. Bright famous English born. Died -March 27. 1888. founder of the London died. Born in London in 1739. destroyed and began his march through Georgia to Savannah. of Aosta elected king of Spain. of Louis leader of the rebellion in the Canadian Northwest. monarchy overthrown and a republic es- tablished. admitted to the union. Crowe introduced in the of lords the Most old people must give to tho bowels some regular else they suffer from constipation. The condi- tion is perfectly natural. Jt is just as natural as it is for old people to walk slowly. For age is never so active as youth. The muscles are less elastic. And the bowels are muscles. So all old people need Cascarets. One might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glasses as to aegleet this gentle aid to weak bowels. The bowels must be kept active. This is important at all but never so much as at fifty. Age is not a time for harsh physics. Youth may occasionally whip the bowels into activity. But a lash can't be used every day. What the bowels of tiie old need is a gentle and na- tural tonic. One that can be con- stantly used without harm. The onlv such tonic is Cascarets and they cost only 10 cents per bos at any drug store. They work while you sleep. CANADIAN PARLIAMENT OPENS AMID GRANDEUR OTTAWA. Ont.. Nov. 16. the peers. maf opening of session of tlie' Parents can apply and have near-in- i- n elected twelfth narliament corrigible children treated just as a restnotms the vcto power OI place today and marked by Physician u-eats_ his jwients. is TREATING BAD SOYS For Infants and Ths Kind You Have Always Bought similating ling tiie SioiaafJis andBoweis of Prometes DigeslioiuCketui ness andResUContataSBdlter Opiuni-Morphiae EorMiiiaaL NOT NARCOTIC. Rev. Zed H. of i D. has entered upon a novel pro- The for- i fession. He has opened an office where A KILLING TIME. handsome man over there is the Count the famous duelist. Isn't he perfectly You ought to see our family doctor. He's a much handsomer man. AND THEY SAY HE WENT TO COLLEGE. ihe Miss Ann ive public lectures EMIGRANTS IN STATES ceremonies of the usuaf -balance. A too to large military escort accompanied his on tne subject. _____ royal the Duke of Con- from Rideau hall to the par- PIAJVI TQ DISTRIBUTE llament buildings and return. As the u llluu u new governor general entered the sen- ate chamber there was a booming of guns from Nepean Point. A remark- ably brilliant array of official and so- Nov. How to ciety folk filled the red chamber when divert the large tide of immigration the 'Duke of Connaught delivered the into the various states so as to min- speech from the throne. amize the tendency of the newcomers from foreign lands to settle in the largest cities Is the problem up for discussion at a conference began here The readers of this caper .viii ie' today by federal and state immigra- K at least tion The SOllth and the west and are particularly well represented at if VVOrHlSJLWIVUlStUltSaCYCliau i lUJSSarulLOSS OF j Facsimile Signature oF flirty Years pleased to learn that There bee'n o'urffn that 's Catarrii s Cure js the which will continue the only posidvi cure now Known 10 ifo coccinno war the medical fraternitj. Catarrh being ita a constitutional requires a oon- treatment. Hall's Catarrh j is taken acting directly latner lea all the upon the Wood and mucous surfaces of way at t'.ieieby __ I foundation of the and giving the patient strength by buildiner up the con- those punk colleges always were strong stitutlon and assisting nature in doing Its work. The proprietors have so in fho -ni-n-nino-'much faith in its 'curative powers that in me running jthey. offer One Hunrlrccl DoHars_ for any events. Mr. ried.'' THE LIMIT. Some people are so lazy they will not even go near a barrel of cider alter it starts to work. MISUNDERSTOOD. have heard that you arc a great traveler plan would be since it purports to make an enuitable smith. How do you like division between 'republicans and and in this j I blame my poor health today to the use of respect it would be a big improvement over the present1 too-much srease by my wife the first year we were mar- which was dra wn entirely in the interest of the re- publicans. That two good democrats like Sharp Bathrick should be does not seem fair. So far as the thirteenth district is we can find no although Erie would welcome Ottawa as neighbor. with Ottawa it. ha.re one of the best and most compact districts in the state. As it the political complexion will hardly be dis- turbed and Congressman Anderson has no ground for com- plaint. The special defender of Senator Dean in the dis- trict thinks the Star-Journal has been endeavoring 10 make it appear that the gerrymander was being framed -adversely to Congressman but the truth is that Dfean's own such as his reply to Representa- tive have given this impression. Late advices from Columbus indicate that there is much probability of the gerrymander plan being put through. The opposition of Congressman Sharp alone case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY O. Sold by all 73c. I Take Hall's Family Pills tor conslipa- i Hon. 1 S4G tomorrow. OScsrssScsly It is said that over 100.000 licenses to hunt deer have been issued in Wisconsin. every has his twenty-four even the undertaker. INVESTIGATE MONEY TRUST B. B. B. Cures Above TwnWea. Also _____________ i Eczema and Rheumatism. Test B. B. FBEEJ Congress Will Be Asked Take Ac tion as Soon as it is in Session. For twenty-five years BOTANIC BLOOD BALJ1 B. has been cur ingr yearly thousands sufferers from Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison and .all forms of Wood slcin lli__Thp ov- Rheumatism and Ecze- _ lb. Hie ex- ma We solicit the most obstinate istence of a money trust is to be in- because B. B. B. cures where all else vestigated by democratic leaders of fails. If you have aches and pains In the house of representatives. Action Mucus Patches In THE SAME THING. They were the usual romantic seated in the same t. tm old romantic and all the rest of that slush. the Lindburgh resolution that ently the young lady sighed. you love very she gurgled. I love muh pay answered he of the heart. you die for she regurgled. not he made reply. I'll tell i was proposed last summer by colored j sentative of Minnesota. body. Hair or Eyebrows falling- Itch- One o fthe first matters to be taken watery blisters or open Ris- nn lv- HIP rnmrnmee will lnS or P-mples cf Swell- Up tne tules committee _-suil tie Eating B. E. B. it _ kills the makes the blood pure appoint a. committee of nine and completely r.hanping the entire bum j on the theory that the pres- pains arid curing lent system of money exchange and the worst case of Blood Rheumu- I credit appears to on the peo- j tism or Eczema. you nle enormous losses due principally Bo.oD BALM B. Is pleasant and safe to composed prooau.j T pieasant ana sale vu uumpuseu wnat t will no. HI smoke your fathers listen to to gambling and manip- Of pu.e Botanic ingredients. It rmties to deter the governor from your kid brother tell about that touchdown he made inflation which are noc necessarily in- j and enriches the blood. B. last Thanksgiving day's learn the history of .your cident mothei..s the greatest of eat j yQur sums a c-Ul for a special session. While certain politic- desire the changes the people would ob- ject seriously to a special session for this purpose and the Bnt would not be comforted. democratic party would probably lose more than it would and he bewent. gain. As the districts now and with the present temper of the tlie chances are very good for re-1 HAAJI. the dcmocrf--ir delegation nest in ad-j Aspiring you think I ever will be able to do elcc-dns the to a natural I am pleased to recommend Cham- A CONFESSION That he himself was a purchaser of votes is the frank and interesting confession of Judge A. A. famous for the of several thousand Adams coun- ty in c.r. in McClure's magazine. It is a most remarkable avneic for ii makes use of names as well as .Tu'dge Bhnr says he was a demon-al until tbo Span- ish war and then he became a lie has bad experience in the campaigns of hrth parties. Iras handled and he asserfs the vote buyers included the most reputable and trustworthy members of iuolurliuK church merchants and j county and school The vote sellers for the most the poor and needy. Going ''-'iiir says as chairman ol' the executive commitleo of first ono party and then tin1' he knows of his own personal knowledge that cus A. the Uiir- from and .lohn M.j the late governor of both contributed ly to the funds used for buying vot.cs in Adams j with full understanding of how Ihe money was used in j Both men thus accused are now dead. ApparenMyi they were simply following custom but ii would he iu teresting to know the names of some oilier contributors in more recent years who are still living. The Al- that these men know the situation and said noth- ing is in accordance with the apparent general knowl- with my it might lie useful as a carriage nouncer at fashjcnajlo NEEDFUL. sail the voyage of with t And she. upraising her eyes of perfectly willing to you raise the POOR .l.WVN. John jr.. told his Bible class he had cured a horse of greediness by putting a. stone in his feed box. Was th.-it. stone stnnt we with tlie junior member of the bhe bade him begone berlain's Cough Remedy as the best i thing I know of and safest remedy j for colds and bronchial troub- writes Mrs. L. B. Arnold of Den- Col. have used it repeatedly and it has never failed to give For sale by All Dealers. tues-thurs-sat-wky 30 strengthens the nerves and builds up the broken down system. Jl PER LARGE with directions for home cure. Sold in by W. A. GRAHAM. DE WEDDING Pa.. Nov. 16.- i JMiss Marie Louise-E of the large fortune left by her fath- the late William amounted to about was married to- day la Christian de of San Francisco. Tho wedding took place at the Belgravia and was at- tended by many prominent guests. OTHERS 3EE FAILS TO CURE ECZEMA Free Blood Cure Coupon This coupon cut from Sandusky Star-Journal is good for one sample of B. B. B. mailed free in plain pack- age. Simply fill in your name and address on dotted lines below and mail to BLOOD BALM Ga. -State name of -tr-aa if you know. for the Star-Journal. Try the Esmond Dairy Now the people of Sandusky have an opportunity to get rid of eczema or I anv other skin trouble and do it quick- j Melville. arc selling Zu-Ke for only 50 cents a box. .Zu-Ke is an old I Indian formula used for centuries among several Indian tribes. HARDLY. Sixty years ago the formula was The suffragists waul a suitable emblem We j Purchased from an Indiiin medicine it would do any uood to bimgest a w-cart.-Toledo and tllat ftimp has cured rjc hundreds of cases ot consid- I e-rod hopeless. Tvnr VPPV i is I10W h.v Phar- hR. macists for tho first time for eczema. Chicago puckers to be the next to be scabies- itch. into court for of the law. triiil promises to cloud Christmas a Columbus Uispatch. NO FAITH IX COMETS. j telling about this year's Republic. FROST ON THE PUMPKIN. edge of corruption. The vote buying and selling. Judce Blair has been common in other southern Ohio counties. It remained for him to expose the whole wretch- wtlo remember last year's comet are not ed situation and he frankly says he was inspired to take too seriously the tales the astronomers arc to do this by his mother and his wife. Perhaps it is tme that the best reformer is he who has had experience with evil and so knows it better. Judge Blair qualifies himself in this class. It would be impossi- Frost has observed on Mars during the last few tl. to believe some of his assertions but for the fact that they are supported by confessions made in open and if those sky-gaxcrs would only turn their peepers away the court records in many hundreds of cases. These con- from their Plain fessions and the statements of Judge 'Blair are not likelv to Increase confidence in the qualifications of our WARNING TO DR. or the real stability of our form of government. The piles- red burns. ijjt_. i rash nnd all skin troubles. JGencsee Rochester. N. Y. I 0.. Nov. who pleaded guilty to man- slaughter in the Etherington huch- now'ing. was sentenced to fifteen months in the Ohio penitentiary. churn every Bell 503-1. Harr. 699-B. 915 WASHINGTON STKEET. After all the fuss made during the Herbert BigeloW's proposal that no be made to rewrite the but that the work of the delegates be limited to the submission of the initiative and referendum acd the liquor amendments the vital comes as decided surprise. The more we think of it. however. the more we can see In it to be commended. In future hunters will recall that in a fall j snow came the night before the opening of Iho thus enabling the easy tracking of rabbits. Cook says in a Mler to a f'-jend that he is jroius to buy a farm in Walla Walla and devote the rest of hirf tune to raising but lit- mny as well understand clearly before he starts that Admiral IVar.y will positively refuse- to buy the flour Boston Globs-1. j A LITTLE SLOW. j The Carnegie peacemakers don't seem to be making much more progress than the Carnegie simplified spellers. Gaaette. Gazettt-Tiires-. THE AMERICAN VOTE. i If our old friend. Wu Tins Fang runs for prc.-idenf of' Chiiiii he is sure to get the American Leader. i i YOUR BANK THIS bank aims to render such considerate and careful servcie that its depositors regard at as If you open an account with this we shall be pleased to have you call it This bank was estab- lished for service and it is the aim of our management to render every possible assistance to ail the people of this Try making this bank You will never regret The Commercial National Bank Capital Surplus and Profits Depository for the United States. Accounts Accepted by Mail. A SOCIAL GLASS of our Ginger Root Cream Soda or other carbonated drink is about--as fine a refreshment aa can imagine. In you cannot Im- agine anything so fine. You must try the drinks to know how good each beverage can be. Have us send you a case to try. The Crown Bottling Charles Kessler. Prop. Both Phones 246 I 1 3Q Re-furnish Your Dining Room For Thanksgiving Day Come into our store and look at the most complete stock of IMning Boom Furniture in Sandusky. Every piece of it is guaranteed to be a genuine first class yalue for the amount it costs- And you'll find us low priced too. ndres 725-729 Market i We-Are Selling Electric Light At a Lower i t I I Than anywhere in Ohio under like conditions. Is your I house If not let us give you an estimate. Will I do the wiring at cost. I I The Sandusky Gas Electric Co. j Bell Phone 127-R Harrison Phone 127 BOOSTING BUSIER BUSINESS IN SAJiDTJSKT.' I The Santo Way i Cleaning with a Santo Is almost no work at all. This com- powerful and silent run- ning little cleaner is more ef- fective than the work of a dozen people cleaning by hand. Sweep and beat a rug as thoroughly as you can in the old way. Then clean it with a and the amount of extra dirt it removes will convince you that our cleaner is a necessity. The Santb is easier to use than a carpet-sweeper. The alum- inum nozzles weigh but a few ounces. Simply run the nozzle lightly over the article to be cleaned. of disease moths and their eggs j I and other insects are instantly drawn into the cleaner. f i WvttA e or Write for Free Demonstration. Sandusky Santo Sales Co. O 35 Ht'XTOT.TOX PLACE. Harrison 248 5   

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