Sandusky Star Journal, December 23, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

December 23, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE HOME PAPER THE 1 r TODAY'S NEWS TODAY SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 64 Followers Expect That He Demonstrate His Right To Progressive Leadership. WATCHING WITH HOPE OF A BIG FROST Houser Issues Statement In- tended To Allay Interest in The Roosevelt IF THEY GO MY HIGHER D. Dec. That Senator LaFolIette and his backers who are prepared in in- vade Ohio as the leader and sup- porters of tiie progressives are in no mood to be side-tracked for the iRoosevelt boom in that is indicated by the militant prepara- tions which are going on in the LaFolIette camp here. There will be nothing pacific in the speeches of the who is not only prepared to attack the acts of President Tat't of the past but also the two recent messages on. thu wool tariff and the monetary but to further his own interests as the to lead the progressive republicans out of the wilderness. To emphasize the fact that LaFol- Iette does not expect to he dropped as the candidate for the lepuMcan nom- ination and to show that there has been no weakening of his boom W. L. manager of his campaign has issued a statement in which it is in- cQcaTed-that'his followers expect the developments of the week in Ohio to place him in a position where the pro- gressives cannot afford to drop him even for and it is hoped that the showing madia will put a si- lencer on those who are trying to bring the Roosevelt boom to the fore. It is agreed generally that the result of the invasion of Ohio will either make or break the boom. If the meetings fall flat it will be her- alded far and wide by the Tat't back- ers as a blow to the entire progres- j sive effort to put the president out of -the running for renomination. At the same time it will be taken up by the Rooseevlt backers to urge him forward as the only possible progressive who can win. It will effectually put La Follette out of the running if he fails and will force the fight to a point where it is between Taf t and for the republican nomiuaUon. In his statement Houser have been published reports carrying the it not indeed the direct that Senator La Follette would be dropped as the candidate of the progressives for president. Thene is not the slightest foundation for these reports. Senator La Follette's candidacy was never so strong as at the present time. He will be supported by the republicans who desire to win in 1912. within the next few weeks will show beyond question that there is good reason to predict his nomination onoe for let it be known that he will be supported by the aggressive republicans of the progressive organization until the moment the campaign closes. Neither he nor his friend are quit- ters. And there is no reason for quit- ting. On the there is every reason for redoubling our be- cause of the certainty of winning the fight. The use of misleading reports is characteristic of a dying the swan song. The rapid growth of the LaFolIette campaign is itself an answer to the latest Huron County Progressives. Dec. a big meeting here this the Hur- on County Progressive Republican league was organized This organiza- tion will have charge of the LaFolIette meeting here next week. R6AUY T-H1HK I OUGHT WHAT WILL HE X i Customs Receipts Here Exceed The The Fig- ures Show. MUCH OPPOSITION TO REORGANIZATION PLAN Need Is Great For Reforms Many Instances But Con- giessmen NEWS high price of eggs is resulting in popular strikes in many the people eggless in an effort to glut the market and lower present quotations. Says Plan For Selecting Dele- gates Like of To the Progressives. Dec. D. Packler issued a statement here to- day in which he virtually read out of the progressive movement or Ohio Walter chairman of the state Republican committee. Fackler de- j clares that Brown's attempt to class- ify himself as a progressive is to GOT THE INSIDE. the kiss of Judas to the progres- sive'movement of the He charges that Brown's declara- tions for Roosevelt are intended to divide the progressives and prevent the endorsement of LaFolIette. the progressive movement means anything it means the elimination from party leadership of men like Walter Fackler concludes in attacking the state chairman's pro- posed plan of electing the tlelegates- at-large to the national convention without contest and picking nous party men he suggests to pick are saj s Fackler. BURN YOUTH IN INITIATION Dec. Ben Hooner. who slept in the nnsct Wednesday night in an effort to get _______ information to guide him in issuing 1 Christmas began dealing out i Dec. freedom Friday. When heh rested for jr a student at the Episcopal lunch he had ordered seven commutations and paroles. was so burned about the head and neck while being ini- tiated into a school fraternity last Friday that his life is despaired of. A bottle of alcohol accidentally was substituted for a bottlp of witch which was to be used to saturate the candidate's head. London Hears American Is Still On the Job In Persian Capital. Dec. dis- potches from Teheran concerning the alleged dismissal from the govern- ment service of W. Morgan Shnster. American minister of were contradictory today. One report had it that Shnster had quit his office while another -snort was that all Persia is in an uproar over yesterday's cabinet action vhile Shnster still remained in office. The latter report gave circumstantial ac-j counts of fights between the police and Russian troops at and Tabriz. CossacRs were rjuortpC' to have fired on tbe police in those cit- ies and hal partially destroyed son e government buildings at Tabriz withj field guns. is imminent.'1 was i the language of cue dispatch received' One Shopping Higfet to Christmas POSITIVELY THE LAST j SHOP NOW OR If I thought Sam Slocum 'ud send me one o' his Christ- mas I'd hus- tle down tonight an' buy him a pack- age o' chewin' to- by heck. Gen- erally fair tonight and not change in temperature. Temperature at 7 a. 33 one year 27 degrees. Sun rises Sunday at a. and sets at p. rises Monday at a. and sets at p. Maximum wind velocity for 21 ending at noon sixteen miles at Saturday morn- ing. Wagon Loads of Good For Christmas Sold at Cost To Them. Dec. yor Shank today acted as Santa Claus to hundreds of residents of Indianap olis. Imbued with the spirit of tin the chief executive arranged for the sale several wagon of food stuffs on the city market a' the lowest possible prices. Poultry of all nuts and other Chrisftnas things were Christmas trees were given away by the charitable or- ganizations and poor families of the city were beneficiaries. The was present in person to help distrib ute the food stuffs. is my Christmas offering ti the noor of the STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Building. WASHINGTON. D. C.. Dec. There will be strong resistance in congress to the treasury depart- ment's plan of reorganizing the customs which contem- plates tjie abolishment of the San- dusky customs among many and making it a branch of the Cincinnati office. Senators and representatives are becoming very much aroused over attempts to close up offices in their states and districts and it will be next to impossible to get the legislation through While the Sandusky office is includ- ed among those to be it is not to be classed with many others in the list for the reason that it is now more than self-suporting. This fact means strong opposition to the bill. In preparing the Chairman of the committee on expenditures in the treasury was famish- ed all available facts and figures by of- ficials of the department. Some decid- edly bad conditions were diswnered. The most that Secretary MacVeagb. expects at this session is to secure leg- islation which will get the customs service away from the pork-barrel bas- is it always has occupied. If he can bring about the recognition of the bus- iness principle in customs administra- tion he will depend upon later con- gresses to perfect the legislation. The information furnished to Mr. which will be used as ammuni- tion in fighting for the reorganization will show that the whole customs service is honeycombed with ridiculous violations of business jriEeiples th-Eaaiatenanee of cus- toms offices at large expense where the receipts are very if anything. It will be proved from the records that MENUS IX EM Santa Claus Fund Made Scores Happy As Baskets Were Distributed Today. OTHER AGENCIES ALSO ACTIVE GIVING AID ac es Of Beys And Giris Sorre Paioetic 1SIKI1 Into over 60 homes where straiff'iter.ed circumstances threat- ened to cast a gloom over the Christmas Christmas cheer made itssif felt Saturday through the spirit of the Sandusky Good Fellows' hundreds of women and children wno contributed to the 1912 Santa Claus fund. Upwards of 150 boys and girls were made happy by the distnoution of the baskets of Cnristmas presents by Fan- nie Everett. It is to be regretted that each tributor to the Santa Claus fuatf could j not have been present when at least one basket was presjnted. To have seen the happy faces of these children and the thankful of of the latter ill and worried over the prospects of a sad Christmas for their little Reform Mayor-Elect of ion Will Be Ready To Take Up His Duties. PI AMC CAM HP HP ror tneir rune rLAIMb ULtAN-Ur Ur I U WU j have been a in for eaeh Not A Man But Attitude To Sunday Closing Is In Special to The Dec. elect F. Wi who recently underwent a severe operation in a Cleveland was brought to his home yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. He stood the journey and is recover lug rapidly so that it isj believed he will soon be able to get out and attend to business matters. He is to take the office of mayor on January 1. will the new mayor Is the absorbing question now. Mr. running as an tnCependent and backed by the Civic was elected as a reformer. It was a pro- test against conditions which. It is have existed for a number of years. At the same those who I large or small. It was Christmas joy indeeii. To some 60 cards had been sent by Mrs. Everett annouBciog that on the baskets would be giv- en out from her home. Before she had youngsters were al- ready on hand to ring the door bell. Most of them came hap- py faTes although some of the little folks were there only Because invalid parents themselves could cot call for the Christmas packages. .Many moth- ers ttemselves came to get the at in it cost i know him best agree that he is not a 418 in expenses to collect one dollar j fanatic. He would not attempt to of receipts. Not including supplies it cost to maintain the office in 1908 and 1910 for every dollar collected. Such offices as Coos and have been costing hundreds of dollars for maintenance every but not a cent has been collected at either since enforce laws'1 is in favor of law enforcement but is living in the twentieth century is a was the declar- ation of one admirer. Mayor Wakefield has definitely In- dicated that the will be put on in the way of regulating and 1S07. The same sort of condition ex- j that will make every effort to stop gambling in every form. Per- he favors Sunday closing be- Not one gift was made except to children in needy families. One bas- ket combined toys and oranges for two boy HERE'S MORE JOY. a ists in spots all over the country. It is a pait of the MaceVagh-Cox plan to reduce the number of customs col- lection districts in Maine from four- teen to four. Somehow this has be- come noised about in Maine and ex- cited inhabitants are seeing visions of whole towns wiped out at one stroke. destroy oar town the plaintive plea that is coming to j milion harbor. He liked the place. The Santa Claus spirit a tfiing seems to have affected pric- es and helped the grown-ups. Fresh eggs dropped five on and were retailing at 40 cents a dozen. Turkeys seli at cents a dozen. They may go low- er. Fruits are also lower in oranges seljing from 15 to 50 cents a dozen. Turkeys are -selling at from 20 to 22 cents a pound as compared with 25 cents last year. Chickens were selling at 12 1-2 cants while geese and ducks were about Vie same price as a year ago. nine years of age aad for his sister. frora been law requires but he issued 14. Both are sufferers not yet ready to declare whether or j having recently not he will attempt to enforce such patients at a local hospital. Because closing. Years Mr. j thev were charity the hos- as pHal rules finally necessitated their rej e fell 'a member of the moval to the home of a married sister. is wood sailed into A'er- Christmas didn't _hav-P_ much in stars the secretary of the treasury. One result of the plan would be to do away with an army of appraisers. At the present owing to the multi- plicity of there are many conflicting appraisements of the same qanlity of which results in end- less confusion. Importers find the weak places in the appraisement lines and often bring their goods long d's- The Lakewood yachtsmen sail here frpquenrlv during the and finally Mr. Wakefield established a jjummer cottage here. He admired a spot on the lake near the and Mrs. W-ptefleld says it became his for two children until the pre- sent from thp Good Fellows came. Another Tjasket was for the children 3f parents to whom hard lucfe was no stranger. The father made but smnll wages and the mother tvas para- lyzed. Santa Haas would hardly harts chief ambition to acquire that to that little home but for the of land and build a permanent FeHows of Sandnsky. There- So he established the F. W. Wakeflelili were dozens of other cases just Brass Co.. here about six years ago.'pathetic IB which homes were made Report Is Made That He Plan- ned Mutilation After Visit From Edmands. as he reviewed tho crowds surrounded the various municipjl stands. am trying to give the city's poor an opportunity to have a Christ- mas dinner. Many of them if they have to pay the jtrevailing prices for tances out of the way to secure en- being the head of that ac- j brighter over this Christmas trance in certain ports. It is quired the coveted home site and has. There were articles of in also to do away with the custom which i since built a magnificent residence. each basket For the boys splendid rnmits customs officials on the Cana- said by manv to fie the finest in this sweater jackets wpre provided and for Dec. C. V. P. Richeson was improved today. Phy- sicians attending him said he would be able to go to trial Jan. 13. Poor Will Suffer. LONDON. DPC. melancholy Christmas is in store for London. Santa Claus will have to spread out his stock of presents so very thin Two hundred thousand homeless wau- derers will spend the night before Christinas sleeping on the Iron neneh- es in parks or under bridges. London Two days prior to Rev. Mr. is the richest city in the but n's mutilating himself with a sharp- half a million are without work and son's mutilating ened piece of it is asserted Moses Grant Edmands. father of nis1 visited him in his cell. Ed- mands went so it is as to inform the prisoner that he was not satisfied with his explanation of his relations with Miss whom he is accused of killing. their families fear eviction. The Sal- vation army and the church army will each feed 60.000 people Christmas. Two hundred thousand gifts will he distributed friends of poor The presents are marvelous in their va- riety. One dentist has contributed a dozen sets false A. man in Richeson stoutly maintained his In- 1 Wales donates a mountain filled nocence It is believed that when he that Edmands was about to stone worth and which will The desert him he deliberatly began to plan his act. Lucille L. roommate of Avis at the Young Woman's Chris tian association was held in to assure her appearance at the Riche-' son trial. It is said she has shown a disposition not to testify against the minister. Richeson's counsel said that the prisoner in a critical condi- but Dr. Brongh declared later that he expected a sneedy recovery. Today a large bouquet of American beauty roses were delivered to Riche- son at the jail. Guards said that they bore the card of Miss Edmands whom he was to have married be- fore his imprisonment border to sell manifests at ten section of the state. Tie Is 48 there wen- nice warm srockinsfs. cents each and pocket the i of and has a wife and four chil- For each school chi'j in homps where under the such foes 1 dren. baskets were there were suits of will turned into the treasury. Sec- j That he did not seek office for the -warm underwear For rotary MaeVeagh reports some ctis- salary it pays goes without there was a beautiful. doll. Tho have marie a His motto was received knives or some year extia selling these blanks to im-j his ambition is to make Vermilion a'othfr tide hourd to please bov- portcrs. clean and progressive town. lish fancv Somo baskets had others bad er to'-s. some Ea5 jtnre card albums and all had i nuts and oranges. There wasn't a 'LIFE FOR A IS SECOND JURY'S DECREE oa Page Verdict Means That Selvaggio Must Die While Klawetch. First Will Spend His Life in Prison. newspapers are helping. Rec. Direct- or J. J. Mooney declared that no spec- ial privileges would be granted sa- loons and cafes New Year's eve or the Saturday before. All must close at midnight where drinks are sold. Dominic SeUagsrio is a new trial in 'he common nleas court j according to the verdict of a dc- The set forth are-misconi f j rmiT-t ot the with the details not i livered m the common pleas pnecjfied_ or tne nroceed.i shortly before 1 o'clock Saturday morning Judse Stahl will sentence errors of the court in him to the elpctric probably two -weeks. Rorro Klawetch is also a according to the verdict of a niry. de- City And School Authorities Thought The Christmas Trees Too Much Trouble. alings. Just what kind m'sropdupt on the part of 'he i- was meant in the motion oouH he kamed Saturday as eft the city at an 0.. Dec great tragedy has descended on Bpl'.e- fonta'ue as Sar.ta Ciaus will not be tonoe him to life prob-' ThTe were two counts in 'he in- lictmerit against Selvacsio. In le was charged with nlnin murder oi Santa Claus a mjm nut tr-- And the peculiar thin matter is that although each of the desree- in cthcr. wi-h.on Dec. of miners are believed to have been drowned the Cross Petley mine near Wigan. A reservoir broke flooding the workingsf Two hundred miners were at work at the time and it is fear- ed that if will escape. Seventy-five men saved themselves by climbing high in the workings escaping the water. Twelve are still missing. tember one of then electric spend on bars the same in the P and that made the in the fates of the respective defend-' ants. Attorney for the defense. Sa- urday filed a motion tor a the grvat question through Just why Santa Claus hit banished is not clear although hat some of the church decided it was wrong lo toacb the chi 1 guilty on the last nawed count. or entertainments in any ehnroli after receiving the which thoroughly covered the law in the. case. on Page the individual but Pellefontaine will not recop C3au8. 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