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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               E THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SAN DUSKY S TAR-JOURNAL FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 62 President Taft's Message on Question Deals With Topic In General Way. BURTON OPPOSES ANY CONTROL BY CLIQUE Outlines Plan of Monetary Commission and Thinks Result Will Be POINTS IN THE MESSAGE President Taft eays in his mes- Financial condition of the gov- ernment satisfactory and credit better than that of any other gov- ernment. Monetary reform needed. Guard- -ed endorsement of features of Aldrich plan. Recommends Panama canal tolls. Urges completion of ttapartr ant river and harbor in- eluding lakes to gulf waterway. Urges rural parcels post Policy of two new battleships a year should be continuea. Urges that all local in- eluding collectors of v customs and internal etc. be placed in classified service. MONETARY COMMISSION LIKELY TO CHANGE ITS PLANS 7 HIS WILL HELP 7 O MAKE KIDDIES HAPPY Members of the commission in this picture left to W. Sen. Boise Rep. J. W. Rep. Edward B. Sen. Burrows and Robert W. Bonynge. President Gets Russian Matter off His Hands The First Thing Thursday. TARIFF LEGISLATION NEXT D. C.. Dec. prgBared-lP weed -out all in the-new Aldrich banking plan which will be taken up in the form of a h'11 presented to so that no clique of bankers will be able to cor- ner the money market or tne country or control any central institution which may be established in connec- tion with the Plan members of both branches ot congress are closely scrutinizing _ the resort and provide against any 'such President Taft sent his message to congress at noon Thursday in which j he deals with the subject generally tas'jsvell as many other pending nveas- and urges close study of the re- pert of the monetary which he considers of great import- ance as furnishing much valuable in- formation on the subject after care- ful study by the commission mem- bers. Senator of one of the members cf the made a statement In Washington in which he says that it is essential that no such control be allowed to remain in the hands of any group of bank- ers. in provides for a reserve the capital stock -for which can be subscribed only bv of the country. It is expected this association will be the fiscal ag- ent of the government and will take over the deposits now lodged in the treasury and the subtreasurles and assume the responsibility of meet- Ing the obligations of the government. All banks which subscribe to the stock must become memoers of association of not less than ten in and having a combin- ed capital or surplus of not less than local associations also are to be grouped into fifteen divisions. such as the pro- posed function of the fiscal agent of the government1 this institution resemble toe central banks of Europe It would also possess the now granted to ttie national of issuing circulating but in other it is widely dis- tingushed from a central bank. Its capital is held exclusively by banks and it does not enter into competition with the existing banking institutions Leaders Say Subject Will Be Handled First Thing After The Ths was one great to the old United of the country. objection made States bank regards the danger of concen- tration of the advocates of the reserve association point to the fact that WaD street and the great flnaii cial centers now exercise an influence over the credit and rates of interest which would be impossible under the proposed which contains to prevent the lodgment of control in Wall street or with the great banks of the Dec. ately on reaching his office today on retuining from New York President Taft signed the joint resolution adopted by congress ratifying his ac- tion in informing Russia that the tiea- ty of 1S32 will b.e abrogated at the end of the necessary 12 months' no- tice. Secretary Knox was the only official present when Taft signed the document Shortly afterward the White House gave out an exchange of messages be- tween the president and the czar on the occasion of which was Tuesday. Tatt beg to offer to your majesty my cor- dial felicitations upon this anniver- sary and the accordance of my high regard and good wishes for jourself and of the nation over which jour majesty The czar has ac- cept my cordial thanks for your con- gratulations and good wishes With this out of the way congress actively will begin consideration of tariff legislation in the committees of the two houses immediately after the holiday recess. Democratic leaders of the the tariff originating how- that no measure will be ready to report for several weeks Republican Leader Penrose of the said the finance committee would begin its work in advance ot A man gets an at- tack of politics eas- ier than any other dangerous disease and there ain't many of 'em that recosers from it Unsettled with occasional ram tonight or slightly colder Fri- day. Wpeiature at 7 a. one year 34. rises Friday at a. m sets at 4.06 p. m Cstandard Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon 29 miles east at 2 15 Wednesday afternoon. and Santa Claus Fund Close To And is Now Be- ing Expended. Deo. 1911. Received the proceeds of the Santa Glaus fund One hundred e'ghiyseven and 19-100 FANNIE F. EVERETT. SANTA CLAUS FUND Previously acknowledged Helen Reuter .25 Synlla Mantkowski.......25 Leona Fnck.........15 Grace and Ruth Smith .50 High School Students and Teachers 5.30 James M. French 1.00 Unknown .10 Manager and Employes of Star Tieater....... 2.25 W. 0. Stubig 5.00 Sidney and Genevieve 1-00 Grand Total Minister Who Mutilated Him- self Be Well in Time To Face Trial. STATE REFUSES TO DELAY Attorneys Say There Are Many Cases of Insanity in Ac- cused's Dec Clarence who yesterday terribly mu- To all who contributed to the Santa Claus the Star-Journal leels justified in on behalf of those who will be made happy on Christmas grateful appreciation. those who contributed should be as happy as those who are to be benefited. And late word from Santa Claus himself is that he greatly ap- preciates it. The money was turned over to Mrs. Fannie agent of the Humane and together with representatives o fother charu- able at once commenced the purchase of articles which are to be loaded into Santa's pScK on Christ- mas eve There will be all sorts of things the children including warm things to wear and etc. A careful checking over of the fund 1 showed that the total was in- tilated himself with a jagged Piece of' which passed a quiet night in the j came In Thursday morning. By an Medical examiners reported today error Star-Journal em- there was little douat but that he will i ployes were credited with two con- be able to go on trial Jan. 15. Every indication today pointed to a plea of insanity by Richeson although his at- torneys refused to state positively what action might be taken. Prose- CXJJ.U Judge Carpenter HoJds Tna alienists. cutor however expects this turned to her. plea and today was conferring with total up to tributions but the figures ror the total were correct. After the money had been turned over to Mrs. EJvenett receipt two more contribution which had been were received and This brought the Indictments Are Good In All The Cases. William A. Morse of counsel for Richeson believes the trial may be Mrs. Everett and those associated with her sar they will have use for every dollar and that many _ ___._. AitnnlMn LUW 3 I-UU.UILIUU ma.v ANOTHER MOTION COMING' he such as to prevent his going to -i j-. i. i postponed but he prosecution m- homes will be made happy ta which suited that it would be begun on the otherwlBe there probably have date which has been set. Mr. Morse been empty strings on Christmas said that the prisoner s condition may Defense Contends That Dis- trict Attorney Failed To Make Case in State- court I have suspected for a While the Santa Claus fund has been relief work along other long time lines Tm be continued until hatRicheson was not ar right men- mas eve. The gale f Red c tally said Cn-se was especially stamps has reached l proportions careful m calling the attention of my but is to be pushed harder than ever_ associate John L. of The salvation Armv has raised almost Va. to this at the same time re- for its Christmas baskets and Dec. Judge r today denied the motion of 3 defending the ten miLion- packeis on trial here for the dis- wo of the Kven counts in questing him to get all the data ob- tainable in Richeson's old home rela- tive to the family history. do not care to make any state- _ 1U it -I VUVIUJ Tl 1HJ til which the public would regard ranged to 5urnish boxes of candy for other work and the kettle is still be- ing maintained at Columbus avenue and Market street. Mr. Leslie Black of the Catatxm Candy who ar- to be aided by the Santa lhe thorough investigation of his cas- Glaus has also ananged to fur- ajd not feel it necessary to avail for each Salvation Arm of such a defense. I -f fVi n-rn UUiaC-lViCD QU1_.AI UClCJUOCt i 1 I Ses the Sntinuance the fact that it would have preju-1 J. lie ucuBiuii .Luommj nc in tVio nvpc nr TnA rmnlip fn i Qicea us in me ujeb ui mo puuuu LU the while Democratic Leader of the tiial also refasea t Underwood dedaied the bill would instruct the jury to disregard eer- make a statement. But n b whi aealn- as T have been not be whipped into final shape for leport until February. The commit- he must decide just what rates should be fixed after thor- in statements made But time and i bv asaln- as T ftave been alow Wltn nim his there were strange mental oughly comparing its own data with the facts submitted by the tanflj board in the report which President Taft submitted to both houses of con- gress. is one satisfaction that the democratic membeis of congress find in the president's message said Rep- resentative Oscar Undent ood clearlj justifies our couise m passing the wool bill which he at the last session. As to the facts con- the I became BABY IS HOST AT X3I AS PARTY II ERECT MMH Third National Secures Tierney Lot On Market Near MEANS DEVELOPMENT OF BUSINESS SECTION Bee. Walsh the as he is popularly will further demonstrate his leadership of Wash- ington juvenile society when he en- tertains his small friends at a Christ- mas tree party. There will be a wonderful Christ- mas decorated with of electric lights and imported and costly to delight the ejes of the ycung guests. la former years when Master Me- Work Will Be Rushed On Hand- some Siructure As Soon As Plans Are A new impetus for West Market street realty was given when a contract of sale was re- ceived by the Third National Ex- change bariK ror the Tierney prop- a vacant lot near Jackson street. The fcanK will erect a handsome and modern building which will be a credit to tne city and to institution itself. _ Incidentally the deal removes a pos- sible bidder for the Central me sta- tion property which the city wishes to sell. Some time ago the Third Na- tional sought the city property and was the only bidder but its bid was rejected. Whether other bidders can be found of a question. Theatrical interests. backed bv Hurtig had about conclud- ed a deal for the lease of the Tierney planning the erection of a new vaudeville theater. The purchase by the bank spoiled this deal but the theater it is ara likely to seek another site. They are determined to build a vaudeville theat- er heie. it is said. Work on the new bank builftng is to be rushed just as soon as plans can be completed by following the receipt of the dcel The lot has a frontage a few inches less than for- ty feet and is well located for the purpose. It has not been positirely determined whether a strictly bank Lean was too young to he building or a five story office buildtna greeted each guest personally and shall be but in any it that he is in the full glory of his three he will act as host Treasury Department Wishes To Reform Customs Col- lection It Is Said STAR-JOURNAL Munsey Building. Dec. to a plan of the treasury a will be the most modern and com- plete that can.-he- The pro- bability is that it will be a two-story bank of a distinctive stye of architecture. Recently Mr. Tierney. the owner of the refused au offer of 500 for the lot and it is known that the price paid by the bank was some- what above this figure. The new building wiii be a great im- provement to the near Mar- ket and Jackson streets. With the near-completion of new Rieger the recent sale of the Bauhach comer to George .7. Schade. and plans for one or more new buildings under the new banFpVoJeet is an addition to the certain growth and development of the TELEPHONES AT 100 YEARS o a pan o e reasury a i i. bill will be introduced in congress af- oman Her AnniTersary the inaiuieu suffered tremendously j M A qtntpl from tht strain of feeling not so much about his personal wel- a mot'on ask- ter the holidays which will abolish the Sandusky customs among numerous making the Srnd.is- ky office a branch of the Cincinnati customs office. This is declai ed to be i in the interest of a better customs ssr- i Representative W E. chairman By Calling Her Friends By Phone. T Sfc hef prepared the bill consultation with the treasury officials. _ Known Here. At the custom house here Thursday afternoon it was stated that no inquir- received here and noth- Tut- Its use and snent much of the day with the receiver at her ing for the the two counts be affected by criticism caustic re- j W. Staphan will be unable to press ing known of any plan to abolish tjiat marks when a minister was placed in bis suit against the Gaekwar of Bar- the office or reduce it to a branch of whom he accused or bieaking up face. Almost every of the not mention the his position the has been stated that seven out of ten members of the fam- tained in the report of the tariff fe th t th I have not had a chance to and also asRert tnat examine it will be necessary to have them printed and compared the price of meat be in- which lepresentatives of both shown signs of In- and some cases have been so statements made for tbe state as not conclusion can be reached as to rates should be interpolated n the bill that will be presented to the Both the house and senate adjourn- ed today until Jan. 3. STILL THEY CO-TIE. Special to the Star-Journal. is the argument of the govern- ment that the National Packing Co. constituted a cloak by FI-MIIS of which th- packers confined tne fixing of 'mured m a runaway accident here. rr.ces and the regulation of their out- p 'l which had heretofore been accras-1 pli'-hed bj a said Attorney e- the government its own seeks recover a wnich must be on fa his home The dhorce court today same plan has been talked of but noth- handed down an opinion that since ing has been done. The agitation the Gaekwar is an independent reign- results from the fact that there are ing sovereign he is exempt from numerous the receipts of which tion. Stephan asked for permis- amount to but a few dollars in a year sion to name the Indian prince as co- white the salaries and expenses run into the hundreds of thousands of dol- bring an act-on for against lavs. Sandusky. is not in jhim The attorney claims that thf this the receipts here exceeding ST. Dec. State I Gaekwar won Mrs Staphan's affection the expenditures by a good margin. statements um. repord that thpv are ccnfined ln In. respondent in his dUorpe suit and commg within the three ear period of the n while heie attending the cor- onation festivities. It is not believed here that the office will be abolished. Hypnotic Peddling Show Caused A Complaint. FEOM NEW YOEK TO SAN FKANCISCO BY TRACTION EXPERT DECLARES IT IS ONE OF THE POSSIBILITIES OF THE EARLY FUTURE N. E. Coium- Federal Prosecutor Inclined To Take Him At His Word And Investigate. athe for the erection of new federal build- ings in Galion and Crestline. Dec. Gom- means what he sajs he may be jhen the opportunity to produce h'.s was the only comment made by Federal Prosecutor Miller on hrhe declaration of the head of the irnerican Federation that the books ind records of the organization are at '.he .disposal of the federal probcrs. ffhe'ther this means that certain rec- .srds jaay be for by the grand lary here cannot be learned. J. J. McNamara's testimony is badly iraated here by the government and it Jeveloped that since he has been in 5an Quentin be has been approach-pi j Igain and urged to tell all he i inducements are offered in turn for this are not revealed but s bel-'eved here thaf if McNamara I ipould agree to become a. goveraTient woi'M be out of pnson In a rery short time. SPAPFRf Dec. out of the operation of ihe the Anderson todav introduced Nttional Packing Co preceding tb.3 three-year limit covered by this In- dictment If there be eliminated aH faotfc and circumstances of the Nation- al Packing Co. for three begin- ning in there would be no shadow of case to go to this District Attorney opposed the motions made by the defendant's counsel and explained -t' necessary for the prosecution to' pieao to all the evidence in the case. Shopping Days to Christmas GET THOSE PACKAGES SENT OFF. MAILS ARE CROWDED. KANSAS Mo.. Dec The j An hypnotic exhibition in I Marshall's store window on I bus avenue Wednesday ad- jieitismg an attraction at the Gem theatre on Market w-as stop- ped by Mrs Fannie humane after complaint had been made to her persons who saw the at- traction. A young man. apparently about IS or 19 of supposed to un- der hjpnotic influence of Prof. J. J. v.ho filled a three- days' en- gagement at the was mounted on a the rear wheel of which was raised clear of the supporting spare. aH he started peddling Wed- nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock on what v.as to have been a four hours' con- tinuous j The exhib.tion attracted the at- tention of large crowds. If tTre yonns bieyde rider was not under he was a good actor. Latf 'n the afternoon complaint was made by a iady to the nciico about the ex- but Chief Wungates did not consider it objectionable and he is- no orders Later Mrs. Evere't Sandusky is on the new through trol- have traveled more and longer dis-'of l.COO miles has already beea proved.'was appealed to end shp went to the ley 'tances by troilej than any one New York to m four store to how convenient it is now a from with onlJ' about fifty miles of sseam She found the hynotized Ions EDOW storm which raged throughout York to Salt Lake City. He has railroad is now an old story. jtance rider away for dear western Missouri and Kan- De wnen you can step aboard an elec- fOund that with a few short The trolley way troni New York to life. This was shortly after 6 sas today moved north trie surface car at city hall or any part in the connecting lines it is now pos- St. riding eight hours a day. 'the having peddled wlth- ward and to local weather of Broadway. New and ride all'sible to reach City from New 'takes six dajs easy traveling. -It out a stop for hours. headed toward Chicago the wav to Sail Francisco by trollev York- These or be- can really be done in five. It is only Prof. Clifford was not present when meant millions of dollars L bureau is The snow to the winter wheat crop. cannot be done ot but Dec. Okla.. was chosen for the National so- country gi ves indications of the enor-1 Kansas City will be possible. ciatist party convention in the mous possibilities for trolley car rides I That St. Louis can be reached endum the count of which was in the near future. '.tween trolley lines are rapidly being to step into the steam Eveiett arrived at the store bat up and connections made so'three there are just'when she ordered the Clifford was sent for. Upon his ans- llttleival he asrreed to bring the break of thirty-one miles from Fonda i of and soon the exhibition byjto Little right in no raore. accompanying map showing some of that it will not be long before one three breaks Or the line extensions across the i continuous ride from New York tOi Bejond with one announced. The convention will be- gin 1912. trolley from Xew York with prac- J S. the expert at the In- tically few a mere matter of terborough who is said to less than 100 miles in a total distance it is possible to trolley out into Prof. -Clifford dosed his ensr simply stepping from car to car. here going this city to Norwalk. SPAPFRf   

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