Sandusky Star Journal, December 18, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

December 18, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio t TODAYS N THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 59 Russian Treaty of 1832 Is An- nulled by President's Monday. SULZER'S RESOLUTION CONSIDERED CALLS PRESIDENT LOGICAL CANDIDATE President Conferred With Sen- ate Foreign Relations Com- mittee Before Dec. dent Taft today formally notified Russia that the treaty 1832 un- der which Russia has excluded Jewish citizens will be abrogated on Dec. 1912. In tnis manner he took the matter out of the hands of congress and forestalled action by Vie senate on the Sul- zer resolution which Russia ob- jected precipitating the most exciting situation in years. The action of the president was an- nounced following a conference early today between Taft and Senators Burton and Mc- of the committee on for- eign relations. Representative author of thv Sulzer told the United Press_today that he is now willing -to have TuiF resolution amended. have no vanity of la my he said. I be- lieve the resolution as worded simply states the I am perfectly ing to have the wording altered if that is necessary. The main point is the abrogation of tUfe Following a conference with Presi- dent Secretary of State Knox refused to make any statement on the Russian sitijltlon. In a communication to the commit- tee on foreign relations this afternoon President Taft notified them that no- tification of the abrogation of the treaty was sent to the American am- bassador Dec. 15 and delivered to the Russian Dec. 17. Tn'e letter to the czar stated the abroga- tion was due to a in the of the old treaty. Taft sent a message to the senate on the subject later in the day. The information passed out among the members of the senate that Pres- ident Taft would veto the Sulzer res- olution in case the language was not revised to cut out the implied insult to Russia changed the sentiment in Washington Sunday and while it was believed that tbif resolution would be passed it was said that it would he so modified as not to charge that Russia had violated the treaty. It was made known that the presi- dent in his special messages to con- gress in regard to the matter would out the friendly relations which have existed for years between the country and Russia and state in no mild terms that international rela- tions were not to be dealt with light- ly- It was stated in some quarters that President Taft had through United States Ambassador at St. informed the Russian government that the treaty would be in a note couched in con- ciliatory intimating that the people of the United States considered many of the provisions of the treaty obsolete. on Page MAST ARABS KELIED. Dec. thousand Arabs were killed and wounded in an engagement at Horns Saturday accord- ing to advices from Italian newspaper men here today. Cruisers poured heavy fire among the Arabs while Italian troops attacked them from the rear. Five hundred were taken pris- oners. The Italian loss was small. WDLHIS Gsurn isAU m ELIJAH Rev. of Ghost And Sentenced For Killing Six. In Hany S. of chair- man of the arrangements committee for the republican national conven- President Taft has an ardent who declares Taft is the party's logical and its Strongest. New returned to the chairmanship of the committee dur- ing the meeting of the national re- publican committee in succeeding Postmaster General backed by Roose- New out of the job four years TflRCTIffR iUyLIilLll STARVED YACHT CREW DURING LONG VOYAGE Head of Peculiar Sect Takes Sentence Calmly And Will Not Efforts to End-ihe Chinese Re- bellion Will Be lade at the Shanghai Meeting. LITTLE HOPES OF SUCCESS Rebels at Nankin Said To Be Preparing To Renew Strug- gle After Dec. tives of the imperialists and revolu- tionists met today to discuss plans for the restoration of peace in China Prospects of a settlement are not bright Wu Ting heading the revolu- demanded that the imperial- ists give up the three provinces tak- en during the last two weeks. The occupation or these provinces was in violation of the -armistice be said. It is not believed the im- perialists will consent to this demand and the negotiations will be com- pletely blocked. Tang Shao the representative of Premier Shi accompanied' by his arrived here Sunday and was met by a great concourse of peo- including the foreign consuls. The streets were densely but the appeared apathetic. Tang Shao li made a formal visit to Dr. Wu Tmg the foreign secretary in the revolutionary cabi- and agreed to the proposal that the meetings of the government and republican delegates shall commence at once at the town hall. Bach side is represented by five who include Tang Shao Ti and Dr Wu Dec. years at hard labor was the sentence today given Rev. Frank head of the Ghost and society who was convicted of manslaughter in connection the death of six members of the crew of his yacht. Sandford was calm during the six minutes it took for Justice Hale to sentence him. ne walked into court and formally sur- rendered himself to a marshal. Ask- ed if he had anything to say before -sentence was he mur- is beside me He told me not to talk. He knows what is in me. He pities everyone in the world who does not look to Sandford was hurried into jail and will be Atlanta this evening. But for adverse winds Sandford might yet be engaged in the evange- lization voyage on which he em- barked on the yacht Coronet with a handful of the faithful seventeen months praying for the conver- sion of inhabitants in far countries. iHe was driven into port a month ago on a sinking to face arrest on a i charge of failing to provide proper food for his followers and so causing the death of six them by scurvy. WEen called before the bar' of jus- as he is known among the refused to em- ploy counsel and his only defense was that he had but done the bidding of his lord and master. 'Released on bail after Sandford returned to Shiloh to pre- pare for a term of imprisonment if the court should so declaring that the work he has started will go on as before. Sonow at the unexpected parting from his wife and five children is all that appears to have the power to shake the leader from his calm. In the past seven days there have been many conferences on the where the temple of the sect is lo- but except the announcement that the Rev. C. B. the of the will succeed to the active management word of the col- come forth. The life story of the man who en- tered upon the work of evangelizing the world without money 01 hope of is re- markable. Sandford as a boy in his native town of was not no- ticeably different from except possibly that he was slightly more religiously inclined. As a stu- dent at Bates college he won a place on the college baseball team and regu- larly prayed for victory before each contest. Sandford's work as catcher and batsman attracted scouts from the big who made overtures to only to have them rejected. Some years after graduation Sand- ford was ordained a Free Baptist clergyman IM i Helen of N. wlio had been a missicnarj to apan Accord- ing to Sandford's own one night in New York he had a revela- tion in which he was directed to g've up his chufch and1 live a life of j Democrats Get Three tee Chairmanships And'' Other Choice BAUER LIKELY TO BE MADE COUNCIL CLERK Possibility That Water Works Books Wi'l Not Be Disturb- ed Aftsr Decision of Court Will Compel Campaign Committees To File Expense Accounts. Dec. a small majority Belmont which three years ago went by remained in the column while Muskingum and Hocking ties went by good sized major- la the _md- jority is extremely lafge. Leading citizens at both and are uniting Will GOOD It never happened to this story of the beginning of dis- into the child there creeps a suspicion that everything in this world of ours is ft fa.it.' iliel ue v SLule out of bed in the cold Christmas dawn and found your stocking flat and just as you had left it. YOUR heart was never broken m just that way. It for the purpose of enabling Santa Claus to visit just such homes that the Santa Claus fund is being collected. It's easy to be a GOOD FELLOW. Yon can join by sending a contribu- tion to the fund. There are still many stocking in a state of dubious though enthusiastic expectation. These stockings must be filled m the next few days. And YOU must fill them. Let's take it as an accepted fact that you don't want them to be emp- ty. Let's assume that jou aren't wildly anxious to have one child or a thousand open their eyes Christmas i morning to a monotonously vacant today to secure the adoption of the saloon license amendment to the new ents and christmas jo Sucb constitution. Following the J landslide Saturday they now wish to regulate the saloons which will open Wednesday. Petitions were filed in Newark with necessary to do any. thing except repeat the conclusion of the preceding must fill No one is going to do it for you. the county commissioners believe implicitly in Santa signatures Saturday and the and election in Licking county will take place 6. There will be a hard fight in New- ark as the result of the feeling over the Etherington lynching which re- sulted from raids on speak easies in that place. The decision of Judge of that the Kimble corrupt prac- it must be admitted that he is afflicted with or complete loss of memory when it comes to visiting the homes which need him the most. Or it may be that he is only trying out the Good Fellows. Undoubtedly that's it. In- SANTA CLAUS FUND. Previously acknowledged Employes of Lauber Bros. Theodore Lauber Henry Young........ 1.00 .50 .50 .50 .30 1.00 Eddie Long.......... Fred Bookerman........ Friend of the Poor...... Chas. Monson......... A Friend Helper........ 5.00 Friendship Sewing Circle Elsie 619 Mill St. .05 Anna and Rutn Wleiand............ A Friend............ Edward Lea jr... A Carl Bauer........... Margaret Bankert For a Good Cause Master George Schellart .30 .50 1.00 .26 .50 .05 1.00 .50 Silk Tram Ran Into Fast Pas- senger After Running Past Signal Block. Minn.. Dec. genious old Santa He putjpersons were killed and a score in- his trust exactly where it belonged. Contributions came in rapidly Mon- tice act applies to the and i day. In addition to cash elections in the state and that Manager Black of the Catawba Can- the committees of both sides must dy arranged to furnish a box of file accounts with the board of elec- candy for each child to be tions is considered a victory by means that more warm Anti-saloon as the wet com- mittens and also toys can mittee have not been filing expenesibe loaded into Santa's accounts owing to a ruling of At-j The fund must be completed by torney General Hogan to the effect J Wednesday night. DO YOUR PART that the Kimble law did not apply. I NOW. Mr. Wheeler of the Anti-Saloon league will urge the prosecution of all so-called business men's commit- tees and other wet committees who refuse to file statements as required in. practices act. This decision makes 5t clear also that the I detailed resources of income for ttiej committees must be given and the' people are going to be given a chance monev comes WADE. N. Dec. mutilat- ed body of Deputy Sheriff Benton found heie railroad traess-. jured today when a fast silk train from the Pacific coast on the Milwaukee St. Paul railroad crash- ed into the rear end of Colum- the crack passenger train of tne system. Two of the dead have been identified as the wife and daughter of F. J. an oflicial of the ioad. Eleven bodies have been recov- ered. For some reason yet unknown Columbian stopped shortly after passing this station. The silk also mnning crashed into two cars being telescoped and four till own from the rails. It is said-re- A train had passed over the body but ports indicate that an operator let physicians declared Benton had the silk train through a block when it murdered. was not clear. Q11U C 0. J11C UL Ting Fang. Dr. Tin made a lormal jdepending upon God for his support. complaint that Premier Yuan has MO-j When he the yisi0n his lated the armistice by attacking the j Wlfe she agreed that it was an order revolutionary forces in Shen- that could not be disobeyed. Returning to Maine lie started his work of world evangelization. The movement gamed such strength that Si and Anhwei. i c reports have reached hei e from the interior. Trade and com- merce are at a standstill and eco- the cult were nomic conditions aie becoming des- in this town at a cost of jperate Travel is extremely danger- 000i students to the number of 600 owing to looting and discontent attend the of on among the soldiers. _ the sailing have Accoidlng to Nankin _ advices the been chartered and many of the sect making extensive i nave made voyages of county option GOOD RESULTS SHOWN IN TESTS OF GRAPES Oscar Straus Says Discrimina- tion in Russia Not Only Against Jews. revolutionists are preparations to resume fighting im- i mediately the armistice is ended. NEW Dec. 18 Roman Catholics and Protestants are as vi- tally concerned in the pending ab- rogation of the Russian trpaty of as are the Jews was the state- rt made today to the United j by Oscar former cabinet former ambassador to Tur- key and one of the prime movers in tne movement to abrogate the pact must be declared Roman Catholic pr Bad Protestant cbi-gvmen and mis- .fisonaries are being discriminated just as much as are the fsh Whps an American ap- pears at the Prussian frontier prep.'ir- 8'' to enter Russia he must have his passport vized by the Russian consui. A number of questions are asked the One of them is your Another is- What is your Tf the traveler re- plies that he is a uriesi. clergyman or missionary he is barred. If lie re- plies he a. likcn-ise he is Kir- red. This is nu violation of the Christmas JUST A WEEK HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN TO Predictions made in 1909. 'when the agricultural department es- tablished a branch enological laboia- tory here under the supervision of Pi of. W B Al'wood. noted horticul- turist and cnief enological Dec. jthat a great good would come out of testing the buoy A huge piece of steel blown two blocks and fell through the roof of a storehouse. Dec. bilt sent a cheque for twsntj-five pounds to the fund for families of French sailors who lost their Ihes in the Delhi i year. At this established for a. thorough btady of the entire grape crop the northern giape gov- ernment experts have for three jears seemed hundieds of samples of kind of giape in the belt and WHO'S WHO. i Plot Discovered To Assassinate Madero And Martial Law May Be Established. MEXICO CITY. Dec. today- faces another revolution. The prominent legislative committee is expected momentarily to issue orders proelainrnz martial law throughout the republic and has already instituted a minute search for General Bernard- ino who is siipcosed to be hld- somewhere along the Mexican border. The thing tint makes a man want NEW COUNCIL COMMITTEES. chair- Gundlach Henkleman B. P. S. No. B. P. S. No. Seebach Henkelman Thiem Henkleman chair- Thiem MiHer GundSach Hammond See- bach Miller chair- Gundlash Graefe Hammond chair- Seebach Gundlach The draft of committees for the new as rracticaUv decided upon at the meeting in the mayor's office Sat- juiday night can be regarded as good of statements issued Monday by 'Republican Leader Henry Giaefe to the effect that a concerted effort -woulu. be made to eliminate party politics in. the workings -of that body. Although unquestionably in republican couneiimen-elset Saturday night agreed to a committee Itoe-ut which gives the democratic minority control of three important committees and gives the minority three chair- manships. Membeis ot the next coun- questioned declared pol- itics had been overlooked and councilman given just about what ae regardless of pany affilia- tions are going to try and forget that there are democrats and cans in the declared Mr. Graefe Monday. went about Sat- urday night to place men on eoiiimit- tees- vvere it was generally thought eacn jld fit best. For a was made man of the important public serviea No. 1 committee. This was done be- cause we felt he was been a meinbe- 'of the old servica board at the time the ffltiation plant was built and he is well with affairs in the service So it was with other committee ar- Mr. Graefe went on to declare that if he has his way about an airto po- lice patrol will be installed at the central station before six months have passed. He declared the cost of horses and their feed was ridiculous- ly high in comparison with the first cost and up-keep of motor apparatus. Mr. Graefe also favers the installa- tion of fire department motor appara- tus at the first opportunity. Preceding the session of the mayor and the members o fthe next an meeting was held at which not only Mayor Leliref and city dads-to-b_e were in attend- but also department heads ond officials under them. Servers Bing and Solicitor Health Officer Peterson. Street Su- perintendent Water Works Engineer Plumbing and Water Works Inspector Sehelb and Water Works Foreman wett were on hand for a discussion of way and means to bring the mayor's budget within the income for 1912. Chief Engineer King did not attend the meeting. Mayor Lehrer during the week just had his dpartment heads pre- pare their salary Hits and other nropriation needs and Saturday night he had a draft of his budget Tins was read by Coivneftman-elerC t-'.iei'e While the in its on Page Better Weather vor Merchants at Start of Last View. good hus- being Prof. W. B. Alwood was born in Aug. 11. 1859. His par- ents were poor but be secured a good education here and m Ber- Im and Paris. Was first super- intendent Ohio experiment sta- and was also in service of TV U S. and V.rg.nia agricultural de- probab.Mus in B ore for the Uke M Erie wine ot watch Sanduskj is el the rains the inhi few down-sown stores took on mote of a ay Mondaj. shoppers offer sufficient proof of the work and of partments. Is member of inter- national commision on viticul- and a fellow o fthe A. A. A. S Decorated by French govern- ment. and French and English so- mg nanwous. It see.r.ed likely to a bic shopping few like this aad the coU- said a ij rlorf his T. isw v last or ahead of if has beea of the and the both for the number of here and for .agreed to by a manufactories it has here and for convenience of access to crop that business tnis year has_ The Sandusky laboratory is located 5 ihave aone a ultlf Gen- cloudy light snow tonight1 of an alleged plol to as- year 31. or Tuesday. Temperature at 7 a. one sassinate Madero as he to rises Tuesday at 6.52 a. m. and early today rcsulted in the post-'sets at p. m. ing of an army of spiee. secret guards Maximum wind velocity for 24 and soldiers along the route taken hours ending at noon 12 miles by the 'west at Sunday afternoon. throueh its the agricultural de- j is in chaige of the work here paiment hopes to assist in pointing itbe part of the season. out the situations and the methods prcif Alwood's last report has culture which produce fruit of the published by the agrkultuial depart-' best quality for commercial i ment as Ncr 145 of the Bu- This investigation will not be Of and is sent out probably for several but the 1910 reports of Prof. Alwcod to Chief on Page the merchants is cold weather. Country roi as a result farmer- layed their holiday freeze ending the bring the fairness to the merchants have prepared for gest business Qi the thii would Most iVl J WSPAPERf ;

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