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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER 4 SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 34 Government Successful After Years in Anti-Trust Law Violation HABEAS CORPUS WRIT IS QUASHED BY JUDGE the Millionaires to Ans- wer to District Court Which Has MGLISH JlONAECH EXPECTS TO QUELLL UKREST OX VISIT TO N'DIAX DOBAB CHICAGO. Nov. millionaire packing house mag- nates whom the government has been seeking to prosecute for eight years on charges of vio-lat- ing the Sherman anti-trust will face a jury Monday. The last avenue of escape was cut off today when Federal Judge Kohl- saat quashed a writ of habeas corpus previously issued and in granting an appeal from his de- cision refused to take the defend- ants out of the custody of the dis- courts reauiring that they be surrendered back to their sure- ties. Right to appeal and wheth- er the court erred in quashing the writ was granted but this issue is separate from the main case vvh'ch will come to trial. Kohlsaat held that the district coiTt full jurisdiction in the case and for him to intervene would be in to review the Attorney Mhyer for the argues the ruling saying the defendants must suiely be sent to jail until a final de- cision is made bv the supreme court'and picturing the humiliation of this Kohlsaat retained the defend- ants- back to their however. could hardly be claimed Kohl- sasct the difficulties arising ancl the probable cost of the trial constituted 'special circumstanc- es' within the meaning of supreme court decisions on this point. In the opinion of this court the district has full jurisdiction and lor this i court to intervene and inquire into the constitutionality of the law alter that question had been raised and de- cided in the district courts as plead- ed by the government would be in ef feet a review of the decision of the district court.'' Levi Mayor for the packers began an impassion- ed argument against Judge Kohlsaat Medill Me Cormick Aims Criticism at Ptesident WASHINGTON D. Nov. fire of criticism was aimed at Prest- .ck-nt Taft today in a statement bv Medill former editor and part owner of the Chicago Tri- bune. It was the opening of the direct attack upon Taft pol- icies planned by LaFollette sup- porters McCorir.ick declaied that Taft's most acthp supporters in are those now opposed to his renom- ination. He pointed to the Balhnger Pinchot the tariff bill Winona speech and endorsement ot Alclnch and other acts as' destroying confi- dence of republicans. OatttltS SANDUSKY IS GAJEWAY II M. _ __ _ ______ i TO PERRY CENTENNIAL Layiin Explains Provisions Of Law For The Presidential Primarv. CANDIDATES WILL BE ACTIVE IN FIELD SOON Pnmaiy to Be Held Third Tues- day in State KING GJEOKGE QUKKN MARl. REHEARSAL GREAT DURBAR Nov. King George figures the presence of his ma- Australia. The Durbar will be the most gor- esty and Mary at the corona-I geous pageant of modern times. In WANAMAKER ADVOCATES GOVERNMENT-OWNERSHIP NEW Nov. Wana maker advocated government owner ship of telephone ard ex press companies and the creation of a parcels post at a. luncheon given at Sherry s bv a committee repre- senting merchants of the United in celebration of his fiftieth year in business aid the fifteenth year he has been established in New York city. Durbar to be held at In- on December will go a long vay towaid quelling the spirit of un- est that has prevailed throughout the ndian possession for a long time past. nhe king before his de- that the visit would do more ban anything else to secuie the .con- .dence of the political leaders in In- and thus strengthen the imperial onnection If It develops that he has creseen the situation it is probable that the new mon- ich may be seen in otbeildistant parts of the British empire in the not far distant notably Canada and the picture is shown a rehearsal of the elephant which is to be one of the conspicuous features of the affair. To the Indian mind a proces- .sion of elephants is invested with a more than ceremonial meaning. The biggest elephants are ridden by the most important potentiates. At the coronation when Nov. is no provision of law oy v-iiich a popular party vote can be taken in connection with the se- lection of delegates to the nation- al conventions for Ohio as to pres- idential said L. C. chairman of the republi- can state executive committee to- day. He Domted out that the leg- islature Isst wlnter provided for the selection of delegates to the rational as wsll as candidates for congress in all dis- tricts by popular vote. It can no longer be done by district conven- tions as formerly. In making this amendment to the election as Channian La.vliu points out. no picvision either permis- sive or mandatory was made tor plac- -i-ng the piopo- sition on the ballot. The provision for the expression of prefernce in nominations for members of the legis- lature when a United States senator is to be which wras made in__a law enacted three years specifical- ly applied to the selection of members of the legislature. It was permissive Sanduskv the gateway to the' Pern's Vutoiy Centennial 1 This mav be Sandusky s in connection with the ing anon aT Put-m m 191.5 and the prepara- tions tLeielor. the Sta'xJoaiual had piepaied a de- sign to emphasize the imnortauue of Tht- c-m as the 'natural gateway and to exploit the advantages ot this port. i The- piiture gives an exce.lent idea i of the dea'gn Within the horseshoe t'-'e map shows that th.e bf.-t vav to reach Put-m Bav is VI SA..NOL SKY I'l e p is to use this design on the i ot enitlODes and on othei -ta- tiO-ie'v and advertising clian's am' others a'e urged to have1 enve'oces so thus nig tht .'dvert'smsT to all ot the1 'comtr. and tne vvoild Ooiuened ac- tior al.vig tils hue w ill aid niateiial'v j'n secinnii great advan-i the Put-in Bav celehiation i Be a Heai San- and Put-in Mrs. Here on Ss Victim of Terrible Accident at the Ramsey Home. i ti BY UNCONSCIOUS IN TUB j Mrs. John Vollmer Seriously In- jured By Speeding Auto at Corner. Perry Centennial Commission Meets In Cleveland Today to Have a Share. TRY TO BEAT BIGELOW An important meeting of the execu- tive committee ol the Perrj s Victon Centennial commission was held m Cleveland repons being re- ceived upon numerous matters. Among other subjects up for action i was that of a series of celebrations in various lake beginning with and including Sau- 0 Nov 18 duskj and Toledo In naturally lievmg it impossible to elect Judge i Sandusky is vita'Iy interested. of or Judge Nor- of conservative dele- gates to the constitutional conven- tion are said to be uniting on Prank W. Woods' in the hope of defeating Herbert S Bigelow for president of the convention oody to beat is the err- It is that the liberal forces are likely to stand by Big- time ago the Star-Journal suggested that a commission be appointed to represent Sandusky and now. the suu ject is being taken up with the as- surance that something TV ill be done POLICE AFTER SPEEDERS Woman Taken to Hospital With Bioken Collar Other Struck by a taxicab as she was alighting Csom A T'fCm avenue street car at the coiner of W.ishineion and Lawrence stiects Friday night about 6-45 o'clock.. Mis John Vollmer of 6ni J.ijx was knocked uucon- stious and so injured that her lemoval to Good Satnautan tal was afterwards found necessary. Mis Vollmer had her colla.'- bone her ankle was spia ncd and she suffeied a bad scalp and was also injuied in the although attending surgeons hope that she is not internally injured. That she es- fir IJ-H-VJi JU.CL14. JU 1JRV CO appoint a commission of caped or instaEt elow. i. t and not mandatory even as to that But being drawn to apply to a specific case it could not by manner of reasoning be made to apply to the choice of national convention dele- gates. But even if such applications might have been claimed last year for this citizens to represent said Mayor Saturday. This com- mission will be ready to meet with the national commission and arrange for Sandusky s share in the celebra- tion. It is proposed to prepare a plan for the celebration at the various cit- ies on the lakes during the three months of the exposition and see if the co-operation of the various cit- ies can be secured. There are also elaborate plans for celebration on the water during the .exposition. R. W. Van of representing the Industrial and His- torical Pageant corporation of Chica- was at tne and submit- the royal visitors will be crowned as j the enactment of the new law of emperor em of Queen winter providing for the selection Mary plans to wear her coronation i of national delegates by popular crown of the magnificent excluded such selection from its opera- _....._______ specimen of the jeweler's art which tion state election laws are ted a proposition for supply ing a rep- was prepared for her crowning at strictly said Chairman Mica of the fleet that was command- Westminster abbey. In the forefront i Layiin. who was for four years the ed by Oliver Hazard Perry in the of the diadem the Kohinoor diamond state supervisor of naval battle on the lakes that use of crown nothing can KO on the ballot that isjendetTin the victory at Put-in Bav _i n.. T.__. SUDject was considered by the committee and the individual mem- bers expressed the opinion it mirtit be a -valuable feature of the celebra- at the Durbar will be particularly sap- py provlded for explicitly bj The action of the supreme court In The robes which the queen intends the Senator Dick when action to wear in the Durbar ceremonial -we instituted in Cleveland to prevent Night Sessions May Be Com menced Next Week In Hopes of Making LOS JCal.. Nov. Judge Bordwell qualified the eighth panel in the McNamara trial today To datq 445 men have been drawn and just five nermanent jurors seat- ed. .Night court sessions inav start next week It was evident that John J. McNa- mara is taking a hand in the selec hen of the who are to try his lames B. for the alleged murder ot Charles J one of the entv-one victims i those she wore at her slightly altered and made lighter in consideration of the heat which have to be borne at Delhi who a popular election as to choice of candidates among the republicans for has been cited in support of the claim of the. progressives that a popular vote can be taken this year among Ohio but an exam- the court did not decide that case at is considered remarkable. The police Saturday morning made an investigation of the accident and learned that it was an auto owned by the Star Taxicab Garage Co which had struck Mrs. Vollmer and that Oliver Peiry was in charge of the machine. Officials of the company weif summoned to appear before May- or Lehrer and Chief Weingates Satur- day morning If was claimed that the taxi was not running at an excessive rate of speed inasmuch it was rain- ing hard and the pavements weie slip- but the authorities had mform- aLon to indicate that particular- ly taxicabs. have violating the speed laws regularly As a lesult of Friday night's acci- jTiied i o Save Self By Turning On Water in Bain Room- Relatives ay For bath robe becoming ignit- ed from an open gas stove mst as she was preparing for her bath Saturday rrori'r.g. IVrs. aged 72. of mother of Mrs R. K. was fatally burned at the Ramsey res- idence. No. 1125 Columbus enue her deat'i occurred at about 1 c M--s Ramsey had gone to Cleveland for ins wr.ile Attorney R. K. Rar-ssy was hunting in the vicinity of Milan. Mrs. Samuel being in the house with the servants when the fng.itful accident occurred. Sair-ivl was at we homo of her ihmgluer ro tha conunc writer. Sati'rdaj morn- went to the bai-h 'mom .ami- the small open gas stcrve. Ap- Mrs was only in some sort 01 tv.tli robe and so n is caught fire irons 'tha 'o-v open r-cve It is supposed that she mstantlv enveloped in a mass of Ponies No screams cr cries for we-e heard by the servants and it CM Jem thai Mis. Samuel in an effort to eMingriih Hie step- into the bath tub and turned oa. the w-Her She had how- ever to insert the nlug and the which oame from tile hot water fau- one turned hsva run out altipst as -t entered the tub. rrnallv. when Mis. Samuel had pro'idbly all been bv the her or a pjeee of the garment she partially stopped up the for vaiijs. alarmed by hearing the running so they found the tub half full of hot water. In the lay Mrs the garment almost entirely con- and her body and face al- burned to a crisp. Panic servants called tor Dr EdTvin Gillard and he hurried the Ramsey home. He found Mrs. Samuel unconscious and her condi- tion such that her life could not be saved Friends hurried to the Ram- sey home to lend any but Mrs Samuel's life could not be saved. Jlrs. Ramsey had gone to Cleveland Saturday morning for the and it was not until the noon hour that sue was located there. She was exoected tion. This fleet. It is make a triumphal journey from visiting various in- cluding Sandusky. Questions Dertaining to the build- early publicity for promoting interest in the celebration all. It reached the supreme features of the three-month exposi- from the courts of Cuyahoga countv tion at Put-in Bay and features for. onlv one week before the the pageants that are being consider- Mrs. -Vollmer intending to stop for could not be made ready for hearing Mayor Lehrer Saturday morning at any hour in the afternoon. issued strict ordeis to to en- force the vehicle speed law In the con- gested distcirt. that bounded by Washington and Laweace the speed limit IB placed at sight miles an and the police have been instructed to violat- ors Ci'tside ot the congested dis- the Jimit is 15 miles an nour. Mrs accompanied bv her son Paul and her Mrs. Louis of Kellers was on her av to the Vatcabee where she intended to be piesent at a good time social given by Reeres L. 0 T Likewise efforts were made to Mr. and he was found short- ly after amvins here early ra the a.ternoon IVo daughters of Mrs Satrnie1. Mrs Archibald Hus- ton and of ere summoned WATCHMAN SUFFOCATED AS HE SENDS ALARM M At the corner of Washington and -rnt fne'p0 CHICAGO. Nov. IS Flreniux who answered an alarm telephoned fiom Most girls befoie the auestion can stay wide The court held the case until awake all last March and then dismissed it with dancing with stran-1 the statement that the expenses of the would fall' -i. 1 P..I.OP fore 9 o talk ing wit family. ed for the cities on the shores of the lake hdve all been considered by the various committees and formal re ports with recommendations will be submitted to the executive commit tee. Tnose present for tne meeting primary election which were used as tha ef hppn raid wrere- and onh a moot q -ticn r General George H. Wor with Not much basis for suppoit of the ad- of Cleveland. Vies President familv vosates of the expression of a General Watterson. ot Kea- preference in that decision tuekv. Genenl P Forecast. Fa.r suielv lluiitington of rue deiwe on Washington street She shop of S E. Rosenfield today fcind toe man -who not'oe of the fire suffocated just stepped off the car when the j cab struck her. Mis Vollmer was lemoved to the of- fice of Di Fiedenck which is located apparently dead man p be v Orto Berflinsjer. a IP watchman HP sat with the K euor to ear except snow flurries near colder. Sun- dav fair on Page on Page one Cleveland Man Who Labor Leader Makes Dash From Hospital But Loses. Nov aj dangerous wound in the head John who killsd Franji N Gear laboi here Thursaaj tried to escape from the hospital earlj He overpowere-a. I did what I wt-nt tlieie to do. and I Made a good 300 or inly thing I am sorry abb at is that I didn't good job on whi.e I was at That was the statement made yes- ts-rdsj afternoon to Detectivps Shioley and Breen by Phillips When Gearsbodj. riddled with of the Los Angeles Times explosion i Temperature at 7 a. a year ago year ago. From his cell in the county Sun rises Sunday at 6 23 a m. and where he is pending trial sets at 4'10 p m rises Monday at indictment with his a m and at 4 Ofl n John J. sent word that A time A being of E.ijrhsh Maximum wind velocitv for 24 would not be suitable m his hours ending at noon today miles to tsy an and Heath at 11'40 Saturday morn- removed by peremptory challenge. ing. SCHOOL WILL BE EXPERIMENJ NEW Nov IS cannot guarantee to produce good newspaper any inoie tnau can gjaraatee to produce engineers or good s. lay dead on the Phillips teachers but we can and will tram oi lo.irnahsm a new fit 13 is the police say placed his LeJ.vy stauentt to -ecouio Sudi thc.v have sa.d President vveapon to his own head and fired a the ioot oi the aiataer jn todav in a if is bullet which he hoped would bring Tlus spoke Nicholas Munav the the tragedy to a filing end 'president of Coiurut-ia to- nacktd by a largo potion of the in- He was taken to Huron Road hos-idav ID to future of the fiuential be the school will pHal. wrhere at first it thought fcchool or jouiral.su to be .mmaed un- be that his wound would prove 'der a gut of bj tlx late Jo- is a cai.ing that re- After removing the bul'et Pulitzer. quires no previous trainms. it -nust PhilUps regained consciousness and Sin1-.' the death of Mr wbm e an to all otl er and the now think that he has a -he endowment oecame this continued Presidtnt But- good chance to rawer. MS the problem that confronts Colura- wherl -Ras that news- Phillips was risked in the hospital bia educators can we equip men 'are not With hv his sister Jessie Phillius with a class of voung jlr_ be believes that only together with two other but to become position in our republic s man can hp had mfede his home during past that at the completion of their stud.es Dy the simple fact of birth is that fivp Miss Jessie -was the on'y. the-v maj 'cover' a fire or write edit- Of an who to so tie onals with equal ethers suffering too nuir'i conferences faptwrrn from thf- f'h'-rV of the news of the r.nd hoard. fhooting oi AEAB CHIEFS OX WAY TO THEY DIED 13 ttTXUTES AFTEE SXAPPED Pulitzer before his held The opening of the stnool be- i fore next is regaided imros-j siblj 'With the establishment of 'A schoo' on that corner. Liter Dr j the family phvsic'ai1 was called then it was derided Mrs. Volln ci must be removed to tne hospital Theie the fuvtuied was Treasuieri set Mrs sufteicd not only 'fiom hei manj mnu'es but from Cne shock and hfjt hour- vas ven sPrions Saturday it VPS i from ihr hospital that Mia A was resting easily that the d d not anticipate auy injui cb Vo'lmer uiih recentlj ic-1 fiom i -f.cre ner- suit of injuiip-s by -on Henn Vo'ln'rr. af 'oh.o.' tne cr the Mrs Under New Com- panies Will Pay Less Taxes Than Before. VI ot the big brae compnnlv.s bK weeks ago a frnvian on the Foin b.owji t.-om IMS ru- by sFeam and hot wr.ter an'l will taxes tats je he n us ind'cated in tha -'e- ''i ovuv Aiditor Deist la'3 'ndnv of coin so. will 'l bp'vfne' surest foundation for useful- Here are shown two Arab chiefs of sentenced to death b.v an Italian martial for stealing an ax from an Italian soldier. pic- ture was taken as they were on tlvnr way to the scene of execution. They weie shot fifteen minutes afteivard. Word corns from Tiipoli that WAI rants have issued Ita'ian S.U'LT STR is anxiety ft It U tnr sp.fetv of ti'ores ot aie overdnp 1 rco accomuanied bv snow ana whuh is Lake snd Stoics Lake Iluion reporte.l in off Tfe'tittler bav arc ro over- due Lake heivv damage is certain to fro-n the but co'nm n h s b'en by the stoira and it is yet impossible to leprn what damage has been done mw-'paper editois appointed b. .N'u on page authorities against the ore of them an who was s_' svnt out HDWS of the practiieri bv tho soldiers of the of in- rinnati vasion. Thej are charged with hav iug been in with the Turks Xnv IS Siniron Sweet. povtrail riAinrtr. af the breakfast tabie Ke and lesidc Ho ha i s-tud'os at land New Oi leans. on Co Teie- iihore Co UnUed States Tel Co Bellevue Home Tel- ephone Co Riverside Telephone Comp.iri' Erie Cruiitv Mutiial Telephone Co Vermilion Telephone Company....... Island and Sandusky Cable Co. 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