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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               t THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL NOV. Nov. present in- dications Hocking county will vote on the and issue early in De- cember. A league comprising 85 per cant of the business men of Logan fcas been organized to promote the lo- cal option election and petitions are in circulation. Three years ago the county voted dry. My Corns Don't ___Hurt A Bit. Sweaty Callouses and Bun- TIZ Cures Eight Off. Sarsaparilla Acts directly and peculiarly on the enriches and revitalizes and in this Representative Henry is Pre- way buiidTup sys- paring Amendment to Trust tem. Take it. Get it today. In usual liquid form or In chocolate coated tablets called Law to Provide Penal Term. a policewoman's j came in crowds. payroll and want a job on the police said one woman. qualifications have you for the asked the inaynr. brought up three dear children and I brought them up she re- plied. Some of the wome naspirants saicf they had done detective others still otheis just needed the money. Nov. 16.--Repre- sentative of will intro- an amendment to tile Sherman DIES TO SAVE DOLLY. to extinguish flames which en- wrapped her Helen daughter of Earnest Houck of South was burned to death. The child had become greatly attached to a new doll. She thought it had become cold she held it near an open The doll caught Sre ana the child tried to extinguish the flames by clasping it in her arms. glad I save mur- mured the little victim as she lapsed into unconsciousness. IOFFEAFE ti J anti-trust law at the opening ot '-on-1 gress which if it becomes mean for the hisaus of1 trusts and do away with the ot read into the act by the Unit- j ed States supreme court. j In explaining the Henry de- clared that actual imprisonment gieat industrial offenders was essen-i tial to a cure for the trust and j that a law to be rigid of neces- j define a trust to leave no room j j for controversy. The bill exempts of organ- OWNS VOLUMES OF DOPE Chicago Fan Claims to Hare Becords of AH Ball Players For 17 Years. Nov. J- Lawres of Milwaukee is perhaps the champion baseball fan of the country. came to Chicago yes- said he started seventeen izations or associations not tor profr.. years ago to collect statistics on base- and without capital stock and also ag- j ball and now he has tony-two largo ricultural products or livestock in the i It takes him three hands of the producer or raiser. each to keep nis records up to Section 1 of the Sherman act is i amended to define specifically a j and read's as con- combination in the form of CLEVELAND Nov trust or or in early today bley'the safe of the postof-' restraint of hade or commerce among flee at Bedford and escaped with about i the several -tates or with foreign na- FEDERATION TO ASK. Jn cash and iliey escaped is hereby declared to be COMPENSATION LAW date. He has tie records of ball players m his books and can answer any question on baseball that has up in the last seventeen years. Confession of Murderer-Burg- lar Shows Contradictory Phases of Character Displayed. in an automobile. The robbers piled mail sacks and clothing about the safe to deaden the sound and then used a liberal a- mount of nitro-glycerine on the co n- bination. They escaped in an and the robbery not discovered until Postmaster Collins opened m for business at 7 o'clock this morn- ing. never know jou have a bunion or calous. or swollen aching feet any more. It's just won- the way too pain vanishes. Rub th-i it your fist if you more pain after TIZ than If there had never been a blemish on your feet. Doesn't that sound good to Doesn't Then read this. '-The corns on either ol my were as large as the tablets you to cure them. Today there is no sign of corns on either foot and sore- ness. It's an up-to-date Sam. A. N. C. HONORS FRANCIS KEY Author of Spangled is Remembered by Wreath Graie- Nov. A trust is defined as a contract or or of what- 1 ever by combination' of of or acts by two or morp or cor- porations to fix prices or prevent competition. Ca Nov. Ameri- or commerce or aids to to pass a working men's aw giving a minimum wages to employes killed __________________. i in service. The United Miners' intro- duced a resolution condemning the PLAN BIG BLAST FURNACE'civic federation which will probably McKinney Co. Acquire Site and IVill Build In Cleveland. precipitate a fight. Nov. mitting that there is no detense ex- cept insanity tor Bertram G. Spen- the self-coufessed bur- glar and assailant of and chil- attorneys for the defense today began suomission of evidence to prove that Spencer's mental condi- tion is such that he cannot be held responsible. They ask that he be placed in an asylum. The contession will excite the in- terest of medico-legal experts all ov- er the world. No flct'on could equal the contradictory .phases oi character displayed. A man who could invade a home to it and who could shoot down de- fenseless on the other hand could politely listen to a. frightened fainting woman's request for a glass of water and bring it to her or could sympathetically consider a plea on Christmas eve that the gifts she had to place in the little ones' stockings be not stolen. she had take those little toys and candies and things spread on the bed. They are my children's Christmas gifts There were gold watch for a a pretty ring for a young daughter and other bits of jewelry but the burglar had stood away from the bed immediately and don't be I Yet in this confession is also the ad- mission of things calculated to raise into madness the anger of normal ADDITIONAL SOCIETY SODALITY SOCIAL. EVENING. The Misses Eleanor Helen Nellie Retta Bau- Mary Helen Neilie _ _ Tu Malonie and Lucy Ryan were the Candidates From I tt6 hostesses at a most enjoyable evening I party at Holy Angels' parish hall oni UlStriCtS bpent Jefferson street Wednesday I the participants comprising the mem- bers of the ladies sodality of Holy Angels' church. ThQ total expeilditurcs of P. W. Ihe evening was a delightful one J. Frank and with contests and music as. j c pars0ns candidates features and refreshments were also f iouncilmen filea Thurs- served. Miss Bauman and Miss Etnel d did not equal the Whetstone several pleasing amount speut by Charles F. piano numbers and the_ Misses Rose f successful republican nom- McFa Jden and Nora Geiger gave vo- inees for tbe game Mlscnler's cal .elections Prizes in the contests were over 00. and those of were awarded to the Misses Nora th e democratic candidates combined were tnat amount The items in the account of F. W. One of the most interesting features Qhlemacher Contributed to cam- was the one act humorous playlet by fund advertising the Misses Rose Nora cards Geiger and Eleanor Malaney with j Frank Donahue's expenses Miss Bauman assisting at the piano. Compaigll fundi This was the first of a series of so- 80 cards postage j Helen Mae Nolan and Margaret McCabe. CLEVELAND. Nov. It is an- nonuced that McKinney dent Tuft went over into the Freder-'Co. will build a new. Wednesday to ad- j here to cost his arbitration treaties i blast furnace vocate in a speech before the associ- ated boards of trade of Maryland and to lay a wieath at the tomb of Francis There will be eight open health sixty-ton furnaces A site of forty-one acres on the Cuya- hoga opposite the company's present two has been pur- a-ntt KPV author Star chased The move is regarded as an- Just use TIZ. It's not like anything Scott HAS aut o _ Cleveland a for the purpose you ever heard lea wanner ..j.tf-E.s them clean. It works right off. You president and drew nods ot tion from him. I The house where Barbara TDnuci 1 OMP WAY IM VAIN that he not only TRAVEL WAT W0men but that he bound and Syrian Unable to Tisit Relalhes Cantoa and Must Eeturu to Trinidad. Frietchie had stood feel better the very first time it's vsed. Use it a week and you can for- get you ever had sore feet. There is long ago torn nrihiag on earth that can compare by a bridge over which the president tvitii it. TIZ is for sale at all drug- passed. The site was pointed out to 25 cents per or if him and the motor car paused for an you from Walter Luther Dodge instant while the president looked. 111. WOMEN WANT POLICE JOBS INTERURBAN CAR UPSETS Many Applicants Filed With Mayor of Indianapolis and Yarious Eeasons Given. Nov. cants for positions as policewomen swooped down on the city hall. old and doubtful in plumes and pony coats but all with one purpose in connect with the city Twentieth Century Flyer is Flagged in Time to Prevent Serious No Dilatory Tactics on Part of McNamara THal Attorneys To Be Allowed. Nov. the fast train No. 2G. known as the Big Four twentieth century bear- is pure and delicious. by the BEST beer brewed. On draught and in cases at terurban car was overturned and de- railed at the National road crossing west of this city. A half scoie of passengers on the interurban car sustained minor injim but the limited passenger was flagged barely in time to prevent it from crashing into the wreck of the SAYS BRIDGES DISAPPEARED electric car. Physicians and nursed from this city LOS Nov. at the severe criticism by Judge Al- len Burton of the California appelate who characterized the delay in the McNamara case as a Judge Bordwell made it plain to both sides today that the dilatory- tactics must end. No further lengthy arguments ou points of law will be permitted but briefs may be submitted. Bordweii may also call night sessions of court. But one more temporary juror was to be selected today before the peremp- tory challenging would begin. NEW Nov. way of the immigrant is often a hard one. It is both that and a long one in the case of Fares a rich and his son who have to make a useless voyage of owing to the discovery that joung Baioki is suftving from trachoma. The Syrians came to this country from Trinidad Oct. 23 to visit relatiies in Canton. O. The immigration laws require thai deported persons must be sent away by tbe same linp which brought and it so happened that steamers of the line by which they came do not stop at Trinidad on the way but moke the first stop at Bahia. miles below TrinM-d At Bahia the Syrians will be transferred to another steamer bound for reaching there about Chr'stmas. after a of miles all in vain. I gagged them and disported with their at helpless bodies. District Attorney Callahan agreed that all these portions of the confes- sion should be ruled out of the evi- dence that the jury will consider. If these portions of the confession went into evidence the defense would be within its rights in calling any of TI'.CSO women to the stand and de- manding to know every circumstance connected with their experiences with the hingiar. Several fearing such a have left the state tmtil the trial shall have ended. V.V T- .IV tiff -A- r- T- T- Brief Items of Interest BiG FIRE THREATENS BUSINESS OF OGDEN SALT LAKE CITY. Nov. firemen were fatally burned and 000 loss was caused by a fire which todaj threatened the entire busi- ness district of Ogden. A baby boy arrived Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin White on Fourth street. The little one has been named Robert. Mr. White is a member of the local police force. The Sandusky Tigers football team will hold a practice at the cor- ner of Central avenue tid Jefferson street Thursday evening at seven o'- clock. Ail members are requested to be present. Tom well known local Vis accepted a posi- tion isith the Cleveland Leader and will assume his duties as a reporter on that paper within a few WOMAN CLAIMS INNOCENCE The remains of Martin be placed in th Yermilya Says People Came Her House to Die When Seriously 111. and West Jefferson attended' the in- jured. GETS LIFE IMPRISONMENT Lauber Bros. Props. Boy Confessed Murdering Mother and Sister is Sentenced. His 887 Water Street. fiSf- Nov. who confessed last Monday that he murdered his Mrs. George and his Miss Ni- na was sentenced in the supreme court here to life imprisonment at hard labor. Thp loss of which had fo Bena by his is bc- to have prompted the murders. Invcstigarion To Be Started in Darke County Which May Show Up Grafr Smith will g vault at Oakland cemetery and an effort will be made to locate relatives. W. 0. STUBIG 754 Water Street. W. 0. STUBlG OF FAMOUS AND RELIABLE grand jury investigation into alleged frauds will be started in Darke county aa a result of a conference between Pros- ecuting Attorney John F. Maher of Darke county and Attorney General Hogan it was state may be returned against former coun- ty officials. The grand jury inquiry is the se- quel to a report of a commit- tee appointed by Judge Teosarden to examine tbe affairs of Darke m which criminal prosecution is strongly recommended. The committee unable to lo- cate bridges that had been purchas- ed and paid lor bv the county and found that couit house supplies div appecued. v.lnle in several i' reported by the committee tlte i countj's own supplies were lesold to the counts and the nionoy cd by ofhcials. RELATIVES NOT KNOWN In tl probite court Thursday after- J1 F HertRin was appointed ad- ministrator of the estate of Martin -who was crushed under vagon on the Hayes avenue road Tuesday administrator was Nov. 1C am innocent of all these charges brought against me. I never poisoned in my life. I always strove to do good to placed under people instead of doing harm to them.' It is beilwd that a son and daugh- The only way in which I can account ter of the deceased are m for the numerous deaths of those near j but their names and address- and clear to me is that they were a es ai e not known. Any personwnj series of sad I any information- on the subject is Lying on her cot in the county jail i requested to report the same to the Mrs. Louise probate charged with the murder of Policeman' Arthur Bissonette by and sus- pected of poisoning eight other per- made the statement todav in a uttt-mpt to exonerate of responsibility in many suspi- rious deaths with whWi her flame has j been connected. i I have been unfortunate in that a cieat of people came iny to dip she continued 'They until there was no then j they died on my during the winter ial one affoffii much pleasure for all in attendance. The Misses Agnes Kessler and Ltt- Parsons gave to the cial affairs which the sodality expect gg to enjoy at intervals during the winter campaign and expended on season and the initial one afforded a total of Other candidates filed accounts Thursday as Johannes will go to Ann Friday to be the week end and Sunday guests of the former's Mr. Charles Kessler. to FOR gas range and gas heater for sale. Call at 1017 Mar- ket. Bell 'phone 359-R. 16-17-18 FOR entire- ly modern S-room with fur- electric hot and cold at 208 Campbell St. Rent reasonable. Call Bell 'phone or 444-Y. Harrison 97-L. 16-17-18 cleaning of all kinds. Charles A. fourth to campaign E. C. Hand campaign Leuis W. P. C. candidates for trustees m Grotou Leroy treasur- Perkins M. C. Liven- Oxford and John Pti-kms did not spend a cent. County candidates predominated In the expense accounts filed Thursday morning with Clerk of the board of elections. With the excep- tion of postage for mailing their state- the politicians from the rural districts did not separate themselves from any ot their cash. The together witb. the offices in connection with which the money was is as W. C. first councilmanic campaign Offices and general housework. Ad- total dress 710 Market street. 16-1-t Christopher A. councilman at cam- paign Fred councilman at J. N. school 1 stamp for mailing 2 H. M. board of trus- FOR large house at 42G Jackson also and small one at 424 Jackson St. Modern conven- iences. Rent reasonable. Apply at 42G Jackson St. 16-d-22 WANTED of all offices and geaeial hcuse- woik. Address 710 Market street. 16-lt 86 1-2 2 1-2 miles from piked good all soil sandy no waste all always in good shape and condition. Price an acre. F. H. San- Ohio. 59 1-2 1 mile E. of good good every acre raises as large crop as any other acre in Ohio. Price F. H. Ohio. 37 acres at Bogart's the same quality of soil as the best farm at produces large has many advantages other farms don't inquiry at Bogarts for land an acre is the usual take much less for this 37 be- cause owner wants to leave Ohio. and look at the farm suits you make the F. H. Ohio. 125 near an acre. The 1911 crops of this farm sold for more money than any oth- er farm of equal acreage. I'll make the and take a house as part payment. F. H. Ohio. 16-17-18 Nov. men broke into five establishments here without getting a winding up at the post office. One who gave his name as Andrew j fs under arrest. i Subscribe for the Star-Journal. tees of public affairs. Groton towns'1 Hltf- am H. township clerk. Kim- all three 'William T. Groton postage for mailing state- Arthur Gordon Mi- S. A. Loekwood Ralph H. G. all four H. E. D wight Cas- ts lia. P. J. board of Groton noth- H. R. Vermil- Melvin nothing. The following are from J. C. Louis Dorr V. A. John asses- D. E. H. L. noth- W. W. board of public M. H. nothing. Other accounts F. .T. Margaretta noth- Robert C. E board of affairs George Ed- ward school nothing. NEW TYORK. N. Y.. Nov. trial of Isaac Harris and Max proprietors of the Triangle Waist who are charged with manslaughter in connection with the death last March of 147 girls in the Washing- ton-place was put over until next Monday. It pays to advertise in the Star- Journal. 1 fir. flerchant MARRIAGE LICENSE. Warren Bellp- and Maiia C North RPV H K. Hilberry. There is little danger from a cold or from attack of the except when HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS followed bv and this never Ringleaders Acknowledge Their Part in Giving to School Teacher. .s when Chamberlain's Cough i Remedy is used has won its great reputation and extensive sale bv its remarkable curf-s of colds j and and can be relied upon with implicit confidence For Sale by All Dealers. 00 RENDER CONCERT nLiYUC.n UUIMOC.ni SHOT iVIAY LIVE Suicide By Bul- let Into Body and Tierces Organ- LINCOLN Kan Nov. 16. to the surprise of the state E. G. Watson Scranton and J. alleged to have been lea- ders m the nu-b which tarred and fea- ___________ Miss Mrvy a I school today entered pie is of HIP nmh scnool chorus and orches- jeuiltvof assaultwhr-n arraigned. These tra a concert at Sidley the leaders. TLey vill be monal Hall on the evening of Ue- j sentenced later. Lenluer An adnrssion of guilt in the party1' cjme when Edward Ric- a admitted that he de- ccned Miss Mary a to the point near Sha- vhere sbr was tarred August 7 lie entered a plea of guilty. Sen- ten1 e ros'pcned. A TOI dine to Miss she accoi ipanicd R.conl on the night of tie attack under the impression that or to a dance. a the selections will be the 'Haibara Pr.ie- ior the event was begun this eek. STORM WARNING Fifty New Styels For Fall. W. 6. STOBIG .754 Water Street. EAGLE STAMPS ''SPA GOLD STAMP COUPONS KFFINOHAM. 111.. Nov. If Jack ITcivdm. of Iuat.cn. 111. i o reronth attempted suicide it is said he be fine- of three known to medical science to sunhe the top of bis heart ond an ar terv cut. Harclin in a hospital here aivl who are w.itching the onse- with unusual said he hnd a fair for reeovcrv. Medical journals tell of only two similar cases in which the victim one in St. Loii'.s and the other in Germany. The advisory storm warn- message was recehed at .1 P -n btor'ji warnmcs displayed on was taking Muhiaau. Superior and Huron. p. m over in- ntensitv and easr- George H. author and manager Little which was at the Sandusky theater Wednesday Mrs. Atkinson and leading members of the were registered at the West House. The company went from hero to Lor- ain. JOB GOES RELATIVES NOT KNOWN Conntv commissioners can not find anybody to do the grading work on feot of the Lake Shore beginning at the junction of the Cey- lon and running in an easterly direction. The advertisement of bids has been mnde and at the sec- ond session. Thursday no bids were received. The lateness of the season for such is said to be responsible in part for the failure to arouse competition. Subscribe for the Star-Journal. NEW Nov. Eleven each valued at wore stolen from the windows of IT. U Hall's jewelry store. The diamonds were in two trays in one corner of the window. CROOKSTON. Nov. new cold record for the middle of November in this was made when the government thermometer registered twenty degrees below ze- ro. Nov. Cun- a while walk- Ing from Latimer Junction to his was run dowti and instantly killed by an Erie i fir. Flanufacturer 11_____ _mrji..__.JJIJir-- ___ i i i I fir. Business flan In other words have you learned that it isn't necessary to place your printing business out-of- in order to get GOOD flivord Peters Co. Of this has a up-to-date printing the largest in in and each day turns out a number of printing jobs of the very highest class. Their prices are too. Just No. and ask to have a represen- tative call. We will submit samples and prices and guarantee prompt delivery of your work. JEWSPAPKKI   

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