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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Section Two JUST THIRTY SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE GET THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER NUMBER S3 One Way to Reduce Life Costs Of A Peaceful American Sailors Dependent on French Congress Rescue The BY THOMAS W. SALMON M. D. meiiced at once and fishermen in States Marine Hospital Service. Service The Survey Press f J Even- August a company of sad- faced men and women and curious I summer boarders gaiher in Glouces- ter to take part in a ceremony such as can be witnessed nowhere else DO JT NOW. the old days -nould have been reduced to the live to walk the j deck again. Since Grenfell has per- formed a similar sen ice for the men of Newfoundland and Labiador. Within the last few weeks a fine new auxiliary schooner been presented the United States. It is the annual' to Dr Grenfell by au American friend memorial service for the deep-sea fish- and the auxiliary Yale and An- ermen who have perished at sea. Not diew J. McCosh presented Ameii- than men go can college btudents show that Dr to the deep-sea J Grenfell's work has found appreciation during the last ten yeais the in this oountiv f names of more than r-00 But the American fisherman's onlv i fishermen have-been read at these ber- chance to obtain medical lehef on j vices. In time of war sm h a loss i St. Pierre Bank and the I would fill the land with but. Grand Banks is when a small hospital I Gloucester it is simply counted as j ship maintained by charif. and by a fthe cost of a peaceful industry small grant from the French govern- This toll of the sea fiom those who i nient makes her summer visits to the her harvest is not for other fishing grounds. At other times on brave men were lost whose names these banks and at all times on banks were not read at the services and lie nearer home no medical aid whom no flowers strewn by ehil- whatever is available in time of dren upon receding tide. The injured man must grit his teeth fishermen died in bed in marine hos-' and bear it with the chance of being pitals attended by nuises and provided permanently crippled increasing with many comforts Yet they last and the man stricken with their lives through the dangerous na- sudden illness must console himself j ture of their calling just as with tne reflection that perhaps he .-.i--- one Of those diseases which doc- as their comrades in the dories that went astray or in the schooneis tors cannot cure anyway. Often it foundered on the banks. Many of them happens that after a week or more died from illness which the resources has been spent in securing bait and a ot modern medicine if they can be good berth and when all is in ieadi-1 applied in time are quite sufficient to ness for the real work of catching fish I SLXGERS CALL EACH OTHER EAKD Aged German Farmer By His Son With Murdering Farm Hand. DUiNGS AT THE -STATE 1 company has dews more harm than The commission has been con- rure Besides those who die many to a man will suddenly fishermen are badly maimed through j medical care. The schooner is counti ies that the part of the loss infected wounds which could be treat- ed for a Nova Scotian port or tor which is due to the lack of mudicai j ed so were they received the bait is thrown care can be greatly reduced. If it is i' that only' the slightest the good is lost and eighteen possible for an initial exnenditure of I... effects would follow men lose proceeds of the trip for fish- i 525.000 and for an annual outlay of I When a giant sea boards a little ermen share in the sum left after the from to to keep a thor- a broken boneor two is very owner's share and the expenses have oughly efficient hospital schooner on1 n Wells accident the subjec likeh to be included in the been met. the American banks the 3 ear it opm- Piactures which have to be neglected In looking about for a reiredy the is difficult to think of an adecjuate ion of Secretary Graves to the effect Ind Nov. j tor many has a murder trial caused so great a sensation and at- j tracujd such general interest in this i section of the state as tne trial to be- i gin here in the Tippewnoe circuit' court next of John W. t a prosperous Benton county who is charged with having murdered Joseph one of his German j in 19u9. It is not moibid cuiiosity alone or a resire to an opportunity to listen to the revolting details of a biutalj I crime that cause this general mter- est The feature more than 1 any other appeals to the heart and of the people is the fight which Grace Poole. the daughter of the accused man is to i save her father from the gallows. j Grace Poole alone of all the i bers of the Poole family fitands by her father and out of her i meager earnings as teacher in the j Wheatfield public defrays the cost of defending her father in the coming trial Poole's wire and his other daughter have turned against j him and. have absolutely refused lontribute to the fund for Poole's de- fense. Hi.s son Emory Poole who has been the prime accuser of his father and has left literally no stone un- turned to find evidence against the old continues to maintain his atti- the opinion for some time that the use of extreme and has i of the style of fender that the local openly declared that he would not rest some until his father had been hanged John W. Poole one of the mosfj substantial men in rgnton county. CABJSO NEW November co Caruso has labeled Tren- the prirua A nobody. A peanut. A cake of soap. Hai-d And Tren- tjrj iu declares Caraso ..Zee even -weeks until port is most significant fact is that the deep- reason for deferring such relief much have very different outlook sea fisherman is already a beneficiary longed. those which are promptly cared of the United States government The United States hospital service was es- The lists which are read at Glouces- j tablished in 1798 to caie for sick and I tei tell of a loss of life which is inev- disabled American merchant HAVE YOU sidering the fender matter for time and has decided to make the owned several prosoeroiis farms but. 3ct of inquirv. owing to some financial trouble a few -Zee i i j ears lie transferred the title to The supreme couit yesteiday grant-inis property to his wife Joseph an itable. But it is the belief of those and for a number of years this relief Then Heni-Roid Is What You i or Of Amesville for inefficienw. It who have the welfare of the fishermen has been extended to deep-sea fisher- at that the list of deaths and men. In the wards of the United States the much longer one of men marine hospitals can be seen the re- that the fact that the ma-sor-elect of ed to the attorney general to with a Jefferson county village cannot lead I or -write cannot affect his is J in keeping with the luling of the Governor George K. Nash in the case in which he was asked to remove the whose murder Poole case that to tost the valid- jis worked for Poole during the employers' liability act. summer and fall of 1909. He was which is to be based on an expense last seen alive on December in or voucher of Mr a member of the' 1W9. and since then every trace of for S4.G7. The case will be him was lost It was supposed that filed as soon as the petition can be'' he had left the farm to find work in A Guaranteed Internal Here is a physician's in are UIAC vi. j.j J_IJ_T_IJ_ j. t 11 never read at memorial ser- suits of the failure to obtain treatment sugar-coated tablets taken inwardly developed in the An.esville case that the or WPS an habitual known to all to be such for years be- drawn. Governor Simeon B. whom the democrats of Connecticut are dis- 1he hospital can affoid there is extend the work of the marine hos- way of tending the hospital to him. pital service so as to give relief to the him the In other countries where deep-sea fisherman when it will fishing is an important the most good. nped for providing medical and surgi-' It is proposed to build a schooner of cal aid at sea has been so' the best provide her with ample booklet long that the agencies for relief are auxiliary fit her with a corn- well established institutions. It is a plete little hospital and and all druggists. I will decline to remove said Governor Nash all knew for 24 days' and satisfaction what sort of a mari he guaranteed. Dr. Leonhardt Co Sta- was a candidate and N. Prop. Write for he a majoi it.v of j jour voters voted for no to bsar with and the vil- lage did until the'r objectionable association and for many years was professor of constitutional law at Yale University. Renevied interest in the Farmers' is being taken in NOT. Ohio mayor much to their re- rather surprising fact that no steps with all the equipment necessary for' Society of -Vecnamcal. Electrical and lief. The voters of the Jefferson conn- have yet been taken to do for the giving medical aid at and to send steam Engineers will hold its twen-l ty village who have elected an illiter- American fisherman what is done in her out to patrol a beat which i England by the Mis- will bring her into communication at sion for the Deep-Sea in frequent inteivals with the deep-sea French possessions by the Societe des fishermen of Nrw The Oeuvres de and in Newfoundlafid Georges to Banqnereau in winter and and Labrador by Dr. Grenfell. to the Grand Banks in summer. Manned In the North Sea the Royal National' by a skipper and a crew who have ty-fourth meeting and celebrate its tenth anniversary here Friday ana Saturday. The death of W. T Wells a promin- ent Columbus business man who was struck and killed by a street car six weeks ago. is likely to cause a gen- eral investigation oy the state utilities commission of the subject of fend- a 0 i ical relief last year to more than his own back it would be possi- sore throat or rheuma- ers on street cars all over the Lumbago and Rheumatism Cure it quickly Rub on Begy's lUission maintains three hospital and been fishermen themselves and Mustarine and pain will vanish. Noth- four dispensary ships which gave med- i know the banks as a landsman knows ing so for ate mavor no doubt have the sympa- thies of the people of Amesville. 000 men. Many of those who were ble to cruise to smb. advantage that stiff dangerously ill were carried ho'-m- 90 per cent of the vessels in this wide tpls ashore in comfort and safeb In- area could be spoken in clear btead of a two hundred mile It of for congress to sav every mile bringing new tortures for I whether this wlan can be carried out badly injured treatment is com- j or not. It been shown in other etc Be sure it's All diuggists guarantee it. 25c. Subscribe for the Star-Journal. Ail the of HIP Columbus company are equipped with fendpis but the j state commission not inniresspd i with their usefulness or efficacy. I who is the p'actical railwav man of the has been of i i the lumber camps of Michigan. Nobody suspected that Kemper had been until Poole's intormed the authonties of his belief that his father had killed Kemp- er and buried his body somewhere on the farm. The elder Poole was ar- rested on March and charged with the murder of Kemper. but he was discharged on the same be- cause there was absolutely no evi- dence against him at that time be- yond the mere accusation of Emory Pools. Young Poole apparently convinced that his suspicion was well founded and determined to find the necessary proofs for the guilt of his father con- tinued to search for Kemper's exploring every part of the grounds with that object in view. His per- severanoe was apparently rewarded. In the middle of a big corn about half a mile from the Poole young Pcole found the de- composed remains of a human mingled with the remains of a hog's carcass. He notified the authorities although the remains of the hu- man were far besonrt identifica- insisted upon his charge that the body was. that of Joseph ho accused his father of having murdered. John W. Poole again arrested One Hue of Suits embraces all colors and bines and blacks and in all flie weaves fttaf are most stylish. This is our first scasen in the suit business so you are assnred that we are not offering ont-of-fashion garments. Here is the biggest opportunity of peeg The long verbal duel is on. Caruso is in New Trentini is in Chictga. Honors are about even so but both are ex- pected to come to with even bet- ter success than they have experi- enced far. It all started when Mile. Trentiui recently arrived- from an nounced that she and Caruso were to wed. Caruso happening along used a lot of uncompli- mentary talk in branding the yaorn as untrue. Whereupon Trentini torted in kind. An interriewsr. quizzing the- giade-moisene CMca- found two photographs side by side upon her dressing table. Oae was of her and the other of the fam- ous tenor. Clutching the one in either the dimintiva star waved them before aer excited- If- ees Mile. Trenti- ees Caruso. Trentini mar- ry peeg Eet ees zee Zee joke. Kaivar marry Mate me Then dipping her pen in she wrote rapidly. Signing her she held up Caruso's photograph for just hke sponge. Those poor do without Nobody would mar- ry him then. I love Mm no more. Please look your face. Mr. use some soap. I say Em- ma and brought to where be v.as aii'aignM before Justice L. B. Srephenson on Jlay 4 last. The chargo was pretered by Emory Poole who submitted practically all the evidence. Poole pleaded not guilty and was iteH to the grand jury without bail on a charge of nrauler In due course u diiil Ilia U'lal Here's Still a Deeper Cut in No Need To Look Have The Assortment And At These Prices You'll Have To was for next Monday Although Poole continued to main- tain his innocence of commit- ted intentional he is said to have confessed that he accidentally 41 shot and killed Kemper and then bur- j ied his body for fear of ths 4. cniences of his deed. is is I claims that while he el'tnbed ever J fence of bjs orchard to hunt his shotgun was accidentally dis- charged and the full load struct in the head at close killing him instantly. Elmore Barce has been ensraged to defend Poole and it is believed that he will make a plea of iasanitv client Fifteen rears aaro Poole was tried fnr tried to shoot a own named Quidler The decide I'owevpr that Poole was insane anct he was to an in Indiart- where he remained several re Poole. the prisoner's cp'ne her tion ns teacher in pub- lic school where has been scood woI-k for spve-al vcars. of the narents objected to her because Ivrftthprhad accused of but the brave giil called a meeting of the parents and won their sympathy ami suorort and when to wou'd for her to heln her father should she be deprived of her position. We have about 25 ready-to-wear hats that sold from to clean up the line we offer you your choice AH Hats cut to All Hats cut to All Hats cut AH S4.50 Hats cut All Hats cut All Hats that sold above now offered We have divided ou stock of untrimmed shapes into four lots and offer them as follows. and Hats now.........................25c Hats now..................................39c Hats i and 35.00 Hats now....................... 7Dc I RIDS FEET OF IS SAFE No substitute has evpr been devispd that gives the painless results you get from Putnam's Painless Corn and Extractor Its success is unequalled. It and painlessly removes bur- warts and in hours. Perfect mon guaran- teed with 25c bottle of Fr.inrm's Pain- less Corn and Wart Extractor. a substitute Putnam's is sold druggists. The only states which have no for suffrage for women Arkatk s Pennsylvania. Rhode Mr- rj South Carolina. Florida i- Tennessee. n Mississippi. Missouri. Texas V1- vada Even in some of these 'the wonwn in larsrcr j been the vote tof school SPAPFRI FWSPAPFR   

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