Sandusky Star Journal, December 13, 1911 : Front Page

Publication: Sandusky Star Journal December 13, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio Section 1 to 8 j j 16--PAGES TODAY.-161 THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER 1911. LAST EDITION NUMBER 55 Chalk Marks On Walls Tell Of Their Efforts To Find h Way Out. OLDEST MINER LEADS L PARTY OF SURVIVORS Efforts Will Be Made To Dig Through From Line of Ad- joining Dec. Three miles under the Cross Mountain mine Sam MHIer and a dozen miners are today playing hide and seek with death. Gov- ernment rescue men with oxygen helmets are trying to he4p them. They will probably die unless res- cued today. Miller is the oldest mirier entombed in the explosion Saturday. He knows every passage of the mine and is leading the others constantly toward fresh air. Chalk -marks with Miller's signature are found but the rescuers have not yet been able to catch up with him. Men started today digging from the Crystal mine next to the Cross mountain in hopes of reaching the men. Thirty feet of earth must be bored through. It Is said by miners in the that they have heard rappings on the the barricade. All of Briceville is assembled at the mine aad is watching with dread interest the outcome of the game with death. The stake is at least one dozen lives As the rescuers pro- the mine they are it bplieved. ceed through stopped by flames that have broken out in numerous places. A force pump was Installed last night and the rescue party is fighting the fires and death at the same time. Many cases of insanity have ap- peared among families of the missing miners. Three more bodies were re- covered today making the total 41. That eighty or more bodies are yet to be recovered is generally conceded. Thirty-four have been removed. Canary birds made possible the res- cue alive of the five men who were taken from the mine last night. The canary Ibirds are carried intjo the mine by the rescuers. As soon as the canaries show symptoms of dizziness the volunteer rescuers with the hei- meted workers are not allowed to go and the latter proceed alone. Stricken probably from fear inspired by their two miners who had been with the party rescued last are now dashing wildly in and out of channels in the far re- cesses of the mine. All night long of the rescue squad have been chasing the but just as soon as would-be rescuers get close on their trail the madmen would dash screaming wildly. Fresh rescue squads went into tho cross entries this but their only reward was the discovery of a corpse-strewn chamber far back in the mine. Six bodies were recovered. Additional signs of life were dis- covered in the mine at 11 o'clock. On the walls of the main shaft were found inscribed these have gone to The rescue party penetrated into cross entry No. 23. No miners were found but additional directions 'for their rescue were found scrawled in chalk .on the walls. The rescue squad pressed but. found no one. STANLEY PUSHES STEEL TEUST ESCAPE OF TRAINMEN MIRACULOUS AS PHOTOS OF WRECK AT VERMILION SHOW. Committee Members Leave Washington Feeling That Taft Cannot Win. BROWN AND VORYS IN SERIOUS CONTROVERSY .A.a STANLEY One of the bigg ares in Wash- since the sessions of the steel trust investigating committee brought forth the stories of the Mer- rltt and the subsequent de- nials of John D. Rockefeller and Rev. F. T. 'is Congressman Stanley of chairman of the probers. Although both Rocke- feller and Gates declined Stanley's invitation to appear before the com- mittee and answer the Merritts' the Kentuckian says he has several other cards up his sleeve in the way of sensations to be sprung from the witness stand. State Chairman Says Ohio Is Lost to President And Others TAFT BEGINS FIGHT. WASHINGTON. Dec. 13 Or- ders to all Taft leaders to insist upon iron Tare instructions being given by state conven- to delegates to the na- tienal republican convention were framed today by Secretary Hillis Henry New o f he committee on arrangements of the conven- tion and sent out to supporters of 5 President Taft. Dec. When the members of the national republican committee left Washington after the meeting Tuesday afternoon it was .with a general -understanding that another -candidate than President Taft may be supported in case a man is found who can get the fighting fac- tions together. The Taft followers controlled the meeting and there was nothing to indicate that there was opposition in the meeting. Nothing was said that would indicate the feeling against the renomination of the president. Opposition to Harry New of In- as chairman of the committee on arrangements was withdrawn and he will call that committee together early in January at Chicago to make arrangements. The fight in Ohio for a statewide expression as to presiden- tial preference was made certain by the refusal of Committeeman Vorys to make the call elastic enough to al- low such an expression and State Chairman Walter Brown indicated that he would form a plan whereby such- -an expresstoiT'could made de- spite the call. The influence such an expression might have on dele- gates-at-large to be selected at the state convention to be held before the t 1 El Steel Corporation Owning TWO national convention in June may re- J m a split delegation in Ohio. Leased Big Line TO Smaller Senator Beveridge will fight as a dark horse in the presiden- is the construction placed by well informed persons on the state- menj. given out Dy state Chairman 200 MILE ROAD PAYS Lee- declaring Taft cannot j carry Indiana. Mr. Beveridge is neith- er for Taft nor for La Follette. Ha is not co-operating with the La Follette people and he has enthusiastic friends who believe the situation will get into such shape the brilliant Indiana ex-senator will be the party's logical choice. With fights on Taft looming up in Indiana and New York there Two Hoboes Had Remarkable Escape When Cars Were Over-Turned. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS DESTROYED IN WRECK Railroad Men Say Loss of Life Would Have Been Heavy If a Passenger By A. J. Vermilion. Upper picture shows wrecked tender and one lower picture shows wrecked cars. In .tLe center is that-remained .of--as. woodmen--express'car which was to kindling. FIGUES IN Minority Stockhold- ers Receive Only 3 Per Cent On The WASHINGTON. Dec. on Page sentative Stanley's ''steel com- j was little consolation to be by mittee continued its investigation his supporters in the results of the to the matters of stock juggling by j Washington the trust in its control of railroads-j today. i Railroad stock exemplified i by the wagging the in the case of the Bessemer Lake railroad. S 1-2 miles Bessemer Lake over 200 miles was discussed. The short' line road is owned by the United States Steel which also owns 51 per cent of the stock of the longer road. i F. C. general'freight agent' of the short line was a witness Tuesday.. Chairman Stanley brought that the shorter road's rental of Crowd Menaces Saloon Raiders And Troops Are Held in Readiness. i the longer one netted the letter's 1 stockholders about 3 per cent a was heaYy and i while the shorter road paid' annual divi-dents of 834 per cent. the steel corporation leased the long road to the short road for a term of something like 999 asked Chairman don't know the details of the Baird replied. Dec. 13-The British steamship Delhi with the Duke and Duchess of Fife and Princesses Alex- andra and Maude aboard went ashore said on Page on cape Trafalgar today. The sea alarm is felt for passengers. Other boats attempt- ed to reach the Delhi but without avail. An attempt launch life boats. was made to Are Taken Off. Dec. The navy de- Said To Be First Clue Obtain- ed by Government Against The If a nian didn't have so much need carriages in. his family he might be able to afford an automobile. General- ly fair tonight and not much change in tempera- ture. Temperature at 7 a. year ago 12. Prosecutor Turner Says He Will Proceed With Prosecution Despite This. Sun rises Thursday at a. m. and sets at p. m. Maximum wind velocity for hours ending at noon today 12 miles north at Tuesday evening. Dec. words said to have been written on tue of an envelopa whicli is al- leged to have been han-ded to Ortie McManigal in Detroit in 1907 is as- serted here today to be the beginning of'the United States- government's trail of the of the Mc- Namara dynamiting conspiracy. The j envelope is asserted to have con- tained as payment for the first job of dynamiting to which it is al- leged McManigal confessed and named a labor leader. From that al- leged transaction the government trail is said to to at least eight different cities in the United States the labor loaders reside are -believed likely to be caught by j the federal indictment expected. The' grand jury will moet who wrote baggage- shippers and all those who are supposed to have had even the re- motest knowledge of the movement the are among the several hut-dred witnesses who have been Dec. here summoned to testify before the grand with peritonitis. Monsignor Ambrose jurr. papal delegate in tie Philip- Dikrict Attorney Charles W. Miller j Pines- dietj suddenly today. Monsig- the of the had been recalled to Rome n-rnt to effect an exhaustive investi- i lt vas reported he had been i selected to succeed Cardinal Dec. bribery cases against members of the state legislature will be pushed vigorous- ly from now on as they were from the start declared Prosecuting Attor- ney E. C- Turner who had oacj charge of the cases. The statement was made following- the assertion of Detective Burns that he had with- drawn from the cases. Bums is out is no sign 24-LthS- prnaqpiitifm will Special to the Star-Journal. Dec. 13 Nosh of whose cards indicate tnat he is known as and Frank his of gan. are firmiy convinced to- day that they were born under lucky stars. Both are steeple jacks and have climbed to many a dizzy painting towering stacks or gilding church and while they have had narrow they have not been ser- iously injured. Tuesday the men were on the fast Lake Shore express train No. 31 which was here. were riding-on the platform oi one of the ears wfien the wheels sud- denly left the rails and commenced pounding along the ties. la another instant car oii riding was overturned while the car in front of them towered .into the Just what happened after that they do not know but they found them- selves prostrate beside the tracks asd wreckage. Neither was Railroad men are agreed that nad a passenger train figured in a similar many would have beea killed. Photographs show the extent of the damage. The upper picture in tbe 'tar-Journal shows the wrecked loco- motive as it lay on its side across the tracks at 'Washington street. The lower picture shows some of the wrecked cars. In nine cars left the rails and the most of these were overturned and There was considerable Christmas express matter on the cars and soma' of this was destroyed or badly aged. As a result some people in the east must do their Christmas shop- ping a second time or their relatives and friends in the west will be appointed. Express messengers care- fully guarded the property and there was little chance for small boys of 'the town to pick up damaged articles. One express messenger who finally crawled out of his car through a side door which was above the. refused to leave his car he it contained money and valu- ables. Messenger Anthony Leisen of Chi- who escaped with bat few said after the wreck that he had had a presentiment would happen. At his home Monday be said he felt depressed all day and he to start on his run that night to Cleve- land. He said he was a crash or some accident oT disaster. It was late last night before las wreckage was cleared away by the Collinwcod wrecking crew and track The Sandusky law-ay-at Turner. Burns in Columbus yester- day was credited with the statement that there was politics in the bribery and that he was done with cases them. have nothing but compliments partment announced late today thatj To all appearances the beadquar- j as papal to Washington. for work in the graft cases. He did his work and did it well but it is the purpose of this office to continue the prosecution just as vig- orously -as it said Turner. Th prosecutor stated that he ex- pected to get the Diegel case before the supreme court early in January and the trials of other indicted legislators would follow immediately the disposition of the..Diesle_case. MADRID. Dec. 13 The infant daughter 'of Queen Victoria of Spain was born Tuesday- probably win receive the name of Cristma. the Tf Priant had and taken off all i ters of the Intsrnationai Association Dec. Newark was quiet today after the ex- citement yesterday when Dr. H. R. his wife and started a raid on several there was an undercurrent or feeling apparent which will probably again manifest itself at the coming local options elections. Dr. Emery t.o- day faces the possibility of being brought to trial on the charge of de- stroying property and entering the Bisniark cafe by force. Emery is de- fiant He asserted that although his private funds were nearly exhausted in making his race on the prohibition ticket for the -legislature and keeping up his he would continue his fight against the liquor traffic. The raiding party was composed of a local Dr. H. R. hii Estelle. 'Miss Clara George. Gardner and Marshal Carrice. The dentist secured a step- and with the assistance of his broke the iron fastenings of j the taking it out. In the a large crowd be- gan collecting in the rain and from the nature of the remarks addressed to the the crowd evidently was not in sympathy with the move- ment. One of the women threatened several of the bystanders with hei-j and several times drew 7 OLEDO VEJERAN WINS COMRADES of Bridge Structural Work- i The vote in the house was non- i a majority -of botli demo- j crats and republicans supporting bill after several amendments had been adopted. Representative Carl of the Sandusky I who had a rival bill and who fre- j quently clashed with the Toledo con- voted for tbe Sherwood j measure. j Tie balloting lasted from 5 o'clock i until close to 10 when the bill i final y was put through oa a record i vote. Secretary of the Interior Fisher estimates the bill will involve an annual expenditure of I Every oce of tbe other twenty members of the bo'ise from re- j end democrats h-on- j General Sherwood by voting Ms bill. .Tnrcer Cox. Davton mem- j after 'delivering an eloquent ap-i peal to the tiercocratic side to stand by General Shrrwood and vote down j the Snlloway pension offered i by the republicans as a a cuiet titter by to ers was closed and the whereabouts of Herbert S. acting a mysterv. Even j attomev professed not to i know where he was. I The sudden closing of the followed closely upon the 'nient books and -he i headquarters had been seemed J out resistance by detectives acting I for the National Erectors' association. I SLOANE HOUSE GOOD FELLOWS AID SANTA nut-fit wrecking- s-er bavinsr bcen sent over to the L. E. P. for some work. Further investigation dicates that one truck of one of the cars had.left the'tracks at the Divis- ion street crossing and this was prob- ably responsible for the Passed Until Thursday Because Local Attorneys Were Be- fore The Supreme Dec. to but refrained from doing so. i Isaac gallant hero ol A call sent to the police hsan-jthe civil war and veteran congressman. vote for the passage of the and Chief Hindel and Depu-j from -the Toledo district has achieved DJH on tne cajj Hfb returned'' ty Sheriff with a squad of pa-j oat- of his greatest to his seat in time to record hims'e'f trolmen. dispersed the gathering. so-called dollar-a-day service pen-. however. A was put in to the adjutant jsion bill was'passed by the 'fne as parsed to prepare to send troops but i 229 to K. The next j _' Jater was cancelled. come in the senate. j on Page Nine Shopping Days to YOU WILL BE UNLUCKY IF YOU WAIT LONGER TO DO THAT CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Previously acknowledged A Friend 25 Sloane House Good Mr. Tom Sabrey Baldy Because Attorney George C. is assisting the. had to try a suit before the icourt at Columbus tbe further heaving of the Selvaggio mur- der case was postponed until Thurs- day morning. The supreme court matter is the suit of the Conccrdia Insurance com- The biggest single boost which thejpany against August in- Mr. A. H. Jeavons Mr. B. E. KunZfTian Mr. C. H. Mr. A. Mr. M. H. Austl.i Mr. Frank Wink Mrs. Tttckec't 50 25 25 50 25 50 25 25 .25 Santa Claus fund has yet received came Wednesday from the Good Fel- lows of the Sioane house. A sub- scription was made up at the hotel which reached a total of and this was sent in to help provide a Merry Christmas for the boys and girls. volving'a insurance- policy on a building at Havana. Huron county. 'Judge E. B. King and Attorney Rus- sell K. Ramsey of this repre- sented the insurance and Attorney Beis appeared for Dominie Selvaggio. charged with the murder of Antonio Viscario at Kelleys Island September 19. wiU hear the beginning of the presenta- tion of the state's testimony Thuvs- This suggests a way by which the' be materially j day Attorneys Jor M iss Brown............ .25 j movements in aruTvar- j ecution do not expect to have ail th c Public places would net a big 'evidence in until next week. Miss Edith Kracetzka... .25 Miss Mary Skelley 25 Miss Ella Pearson 25 Miss Sarah 25 Miss Augusta Sinderwald .25 Miss Kathryn Gross .36 Miss Carrie Hoffman 25 Miss Nellie Heaiey 25 June Van Happle 25 Mr. WiLUam Steigler 25 Mr. Harry Conrad 50 Gauvey 1.00 Mr. Jimrnie .25 Dunkerson 25 Mr. Charles Gntfis .25 Mr. Wm. Garrett 25 Ebe Garrett 20 Mr. John Wahl 25 Mr. Howard Gauvey 2b Mr. Ross Taylor .25 Total big sum ar.d help make many happy. j The important thing is to act i promptly. In one week the fund must be closed so that tbe ladies who are to assist Santa Clans in distribut- ing the gifts can make the necessary arrangements. As has been an- it is planned to provide the boys with and toys which they will while dolls and other appropriate in addi- tion to will be provided for the girls. And there will be candy and nuts and fruit for all. In it is hoped to provide full stockings for all the boys and girls on Christ- mas morning. A coupon which can be filletf out will be found on another page of to- day's Star-Journal. SEND IN YOUR CONTRIBUTION. The jury which is to hear the was completed Tuesday -aftersoo and is composed of four persons in tbe city and eight from ths country members are C. S Ruggies' Horace Oxford James John Bru ward Everett and Ernes' Perkins and i of Oxford Three days were r'V.i.r--.1 selection of the in the Klawetch twelve men had btv torneys Tuesdai opening same 1'u of wetch triai. for Ihs tita tils' at- tlic-ir MlM'TX rvut tttt EWSPAPER EwSPAPER ;

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Publication: Sandusky Star Journal

Location: Sandusky, Ohio

Issue Date: December 13, 1911

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