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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER j TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL FORTY-FIFTH WEDNES DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 67 Senator La Follette Makes His First Speech at Youngs- town at Noon Today. KEYNOTE SPEECH AT CLEVELAND TONIGHT Senator Clapp Mads Ad-toss At Medina Tuesday Night To Small Peci riving here at today Senator La Follette opened campaign for the republican presidential nomination in Ohio. A delegation of progressives headed John D. Fackler met the senator and will escort him to Cleveland where the keynote speech of the campaign will be delivered tonlgm. Senator La Follette left Washing- Before a great crowd in the Youngs- town opera house Senator LaFollette made a vigorous speech on what had been accomplished in the policies he talked and practiced. Af- ter reviewing the work in Wisconsin discussed the referendum and recall. He said he favored the recall of and although he re- spected the judiciary as much as any man he not believe it was sanc- you let federal incorporation With federal sanction fasten oveJ capitalization of the trust upon us then you will never gist relief from -high-prices and' from industrial bond- he said. LaFollette was introduced by David Youngstown's city SCA'RCE IN OTTAWA. guess we're like Erie Coun- aren't many progres- republicans over our said J. P. former Fora- of Port Wed- nesday. haven't been home but I don't hear muo'i of this alleged anti-Taft My guess is the ua Follette meet- ings in Ohio will be mighty slim'.' who landed LaFollette and told of the progressive movement. simple Issue involved is whether the govern- ment shall be for the benefit of the public interests and te made thor- oughly responsible to the ho said. Snow and cold swept Yoimgstown today but two hours before the mass meeting a great crowd gathered in the hotel lobby where LaFollette etopped while scores waited in the fold outside. Talking informally La Follette have come to tell the heople face to face what 1 have been telling them indirectly since my ca- reer began. I want to make clear the progressives stand in their Right against privilege and standpat- Speaking of progressive legislation secured in Wisconsin Senator LaFol- lette the end of a ten-year strugglr frith the at last we wrote Upon the statute books of Wisconsin a primary election law for thp nomina- tion of all candidates bv vote pf the people under the Australian -ballot and though defective in pne it was a broader and bet- ter law than that of any other state In the union. secured a jnst since sus- tained by the supreme taxing railroad property by thp same sys- tem and at the same rate at plied to tsther taxable property. secured a law taking large in- PREMIER'S AMBITION TO RULE NEW REPUBLIC A STUMBLING BLOCK FOR PEACE IN CHINA IS OUR NATION'S ANNUAL TRIBUTE TO fiET-KICH-QT'lCK SHARKS Witness For Government Pians Were Abandoned and i New Ones Formed. SWIFT'S ATTORNEY IS FIRST ON THE Says Packers' Orga Natio Met Every Tuesday But He Never Attended 111.. H J Veeder. or oetf re- j sumed the stand in tne beef packers' tnaa hcie icdaj He re- sumed his story oi the attempt to foim the tiust and of poweis appioathcd ..in effort to setuiu mon- ey for the organisation. Veeder detailed tne nnanang oi the National Pat.King Co Details oi the plan for a merger ot the Swift and Mor- ris mteicsts in bj v.hich t.'.e government contends it was sought to control the meat industry OL the were revealed eail'st. The which was dated May 1902. was read to jury and offeied in evidence by counsel for the government The original agreement was 'c1. in court by Albert H. out of a year ay so-called attoiney tor Gustavus P. investment and 9S per cent. who was called by the govern- of this aniouru_is lost the Cost Is Already Lower Than In Most Say The Un- derwriters. FIRE DEPARTMENT AND WATER WORKS SATISFY Chief Complaint Is Against the Laxity in Enforcement of Building Dec. peo- le of the are being swindled as its first witness. Attorney leaves the hands of the investor and Veeder testified the plans for the enters those of the promoter.'' giant merger were and So sajs J. N. peerless in- that in March. the National vestigator of get-iien-quick schemes Packing Co. was organized to operate Sandusky has had a good year as regards firs losses. There have been few fins of any importance in the city and comparatively lit- tle fire damage either to business or residence property. Although the year is not quite closed and the statistics are not completed the report of the fire chief will show that the work of that de- partment was particularly effec- tive where dangerous fires threat- ened and tjiat conditions general- ly in the city are better than a year ago as regards cleaning up the fire district in the heart of the city. The recent advance report of the state fire marshal's office indicattd that Ohio had suffered less loss by fire than last year sounds big as a saving tut it is considered that the fire loss runs up into the millions each year does not appear so big to th.3 insurance timrs we granted and we--Companies and underwriters who fix asked us for the right to do busiess in the state. looked them all up. and do vou know how many we grant- sir. out of the 600 appliea- aiose fiom somewhere m the corn think that they're doing business alon pretty clean lines. We have direct supervision over these concems. We j can go in and examine their books i and their finances just as we can a independent packing companies pur- fields of Kansas about a year i bank We don.t expeet chased w'tn a view of including them and declared war against the wildcat jn tne future investment men who infested his na- .-We trouble in the big company. saw but nl Under the turns of the agreement live state. Dolley got busy and working somewhere alons Armour. Switt and Morris were to about nine shakes ot a lamb's tail Rrnaflwnv iimnt nnw Tnrwka x receive bonds and preferred stock of as he says had routfid the new company in payment for the some 500 stock salesmen and had them value of their tangible property. In addition the promoters were Broadway about now. TopeUa is a long waj from 42nd but I'll bet can ck men Fiance of Rev. Richeson Takes Up Settlement Work in New .York City. Yuan Wants To Be President of China 10 May Be Pardoned.. NEW Dec. Miss Violet Edmands is in this city and will devote the remainder of her life to work here the statement today of an intimate friend _ of the Brooklyn heiress who was gaged to marry Rev. C. V. T. Ricbe-l held for murder in i These friends stated that every ef-j fort will be made by her to conceal j LONDON. Dae. special dis- patch to the Exchange Telegraph to- day says the present delay in the Chinese peace negotiations is due to Yuan Shi Kai's cemand that he be elected president of the republic for 10 jears. The refuse to accept the republican government under this condition. to the east. receive worth of the new Dolley is a Kansas and company's stock for tangible prop- el proud of a big stalwart Kan- on the their faces turned toward iu _Mam than you can erty and a large block of common sas man. with a typical Kansas mus- stock for their good this amount a deep voice and a slow meth- to be fixed by the-earnings of ths odical Kansas drawl that -tarries a different plants during the first certain amount of conviction with it. of the new merger i ll was probably the the The promoters planned to borrow the voice and two deep fur- to finance the between keen gray that tion. The appraised valuation of Mgntened wildcat investment men in- Morris and their IeavlnS Kansas pietty well alone companies was given at 000.1 the last few months. They Each of the three promoters deposit- Icame to know and ed with a Chicago bs-nk as 'just Packed tip their gold-lettered bonds an evidence of good faitn. but they i 1lV.orded ivere comrelled to drop the proposi- of the failure of certain New York capitalists to furnish need- ed funds. Veeder at tre beginning of his di- rect admitted that the two blocks of Times Square. You tell the public that Kansas is all Dec. bill excluding all American Jews from Russia has the rates of insurance in the state. Some Sandusky people may hare entertained the hope that a l-T-rer fir'a rate would be in this Be- cause of the decrease in the fire loss- in the state but they are apparently unacquainted with the fact that San- dusky now has a lower fire rate than any other city of its size in the stata according to insurance men. Saiulusky is in the No. a class as a fire risk and there is scarcely an- other city in this section of tae mid- dle and none in with a population in the neighborhood oi -where the fire rate is so low- and ifce city classified so near the top notch of fire Tne reason lor a represeata-- tive of the Ohio underwriters is not the fact that Sandusky inter- prets its ordinances regarding fire protection or building very but rather is due to Ifce fact that Sandusky has a most efficient fire de- partment and a water works system is second to none in the In fixing the rates of insurance in any one commuatiy both of these things her identity but that she feels that her life work from now on must be among the poor. Want Trial Private. j Dec. attempt to1 have a private trial of the accused on Page was made with the filing ny a local attorney of a petition for the incoming J legislature to enact a statute which' would cause the exclusion from thej court room of all persons not ed with any case which involves decency and morals of the As the legislature convenes on third of next rapid action adopting the proposed bill would make it effective in the Richeson case. Three hundred summonses were is- sued upon voters to serve on the spec- ial juij panel It was stated that Richcson's re- covery from his self-inflicted wounds j continued satisfactorily pnrl that V was allowed to walk about his during the forenoon. May Pardon Reyes. MEXICO Dec. That having implicit confidence in the stability his own government will either pardon General Bernardo the revolutionist leader who or will place him in pris- nliui L time gen- eral opinion here lladero himself declined to discuss the ques- tion and his cabinet officers refused to be quoted. Should the after hearing the verdict of the mili- tary board which will try de- cide to pardon the jisrerl geenral. it is thought likch V be cri'.cd to Europe. packers had some sort of an sa fsmen- ration which met Tuesday It- Srellms com and ternoon in thp Counselman building Ior many 3' on the same floor with Sis g0t Pretty law office and that his son. Henry ty serious. piet- Kansas people were man on every corner. They were torn- not on the door of the anfl'hl ing the countrr in automobiles did not know what business transacted at the meetings. wail introduced in duma by na-jare taken consideration along- toi all time. And Dollej is jtionalist leaders. The action is taken the matter of the restrictions thA t i1S- i o up y in response to the notification of the the fire the class of buildings. ine state legislature abrogation of the treaty of 1832. The which are allowed to be constructed Z aTwavs betn a field for raising the tariff per eent on UJlder the bulldinS the strkt- has been a good field for American goods was also introduced ness with which these ordinances are- Kansas being enforced and the old structures which are allowed to remain in the business section which are a menace. to adjoining property. In Sandsuky the rate secured is based particularly npon the water works and fire department and not upon the enforcement of. the ordinances regarding fire construction. The efficiency of the work of Assistant- Fire Marshal Smith is shown by the number of buildings which have been being swindled out ot five and six anted as seerrtan- in 1900 5 oat oi nve ana six mn- 1901 and 1102. He did not know a year' There was a stock sales' name of the as It enjoying life thoroughly. 1 became bank commission- er I foim d that there wei e about 600 representatives of these wildc-at in- IGH W IN SB FRIEND OF SUICIDES companies in Kansas and all working nk-ely. They all seemed to T TT-I 's. good living and no one _ N. J.. Dec. il-' ever heard of any of them asking help ham of a from the friend of William Jennings an. dis-. made a little appeared from his daughter's home j found that most of the 'investment here and was found dead with his companies were not of the right sort. Causes Many To Flee From Prosecution. throat cut It is a case of suicide. Then we asked the state legislature at CDarSed with beins implicated in the Patterson left his wife and two civil- its last session to give the state bank i notorious scandal were dren in Lincoln several weeks to i commissioner contiol these ag-1 arraigned in the correctional court to- spend the Christmas holidays with his ents and companies. The bill went ida-v- An attempt was made by at- In Paric repaired and torn down in til rdilb wjtjl the ot- state fire shal's office when it was found that they were a menace to the adjoining- property through depreciation in phys--' I ical value and year and but it Us impossible for tnat department to' PARIS. Dec. prisoners reach all of the conditions exist ami which are believed to be danger- dauehter herp. Of late he had been despondent. American Will Be Taken By the Way of Russia When He Leaves Persian D. C.. DPC. Morgan the deposed Ameri- treasurer general of will leave Persia by the RussiT. route ar- to a dispatch received fiom Minister Russell bv the depart- rent today. his family would go via Baku and Ba- luni. n is suppottii iiu t nut P- be given an escort and a safe passage through Russia. Shuster will from Teheran within the next lew days. Drumhead Court Martial. Dec. of Per- nans are being tiled before a Russian at Tabriz today on charg- of firing upon the czar's xussian soldiers disguised as Persians ieeured evidence asainst the leaders tl-e It .s believed all will death sentences. Mob Becomes Violent. ST. PETERSBURG. Dec. spe- dispatch from TaDriz announces lhat the city is being overrun by a siob which invaded t'ne governor-gen- palace and severely beat the leputy Priuce 3Ia- luila. The flag over the British con- is also reported to have been by the rioters. For Finding House Help There is no so certain to find quickly the help you need in the house work as to adver- tise in the columns of this paper. It is the central bureau for ob- taining employment as weH as for finding competent help. This paper reaches the people want employment who look to our page for opportunities In no other way can you reach so many per- sons who want the employment that you can offer. Ivlake your need known in the next issue of this paper. We will write the ad for if sired. Telephone or bring it in. 1 Dec. Farley was gni'n a farewell audience bj Pope Pius todav. Tomorrow the American prelpte will give a farewell dinner at- tended by practically all of the Cath- olic disrnitaries in Rome. Cardinal j Farley will sail for New York Jan. 3. MEW IMPRISONED 18 HOURS ROCHESTER. Dec. police today are irn estimating the find- through and in' less time than it takes j for the defense to keep the to tell it. we drove people out Proceedings setret because of the the state. Six hundred agents .'Prominence of several the accused. Among the prisoners aro Victor former editor of Lan- and a close personal triend ot ex-Premier Briand and Madame Guil- who conducted the white slave i -nm which the wealthy society men OiV'aris are alleged to have pro- cured ilicir victims. In addition to i these seveial mothers who admit ing sold their somp of whom were only 11 years of aro among the defendants. A dozen prominent on Page Caught In Tube Under Hudson And Had He Out. EIGHTEEN LODGERS DIE AFTER EATiNG HERRSNG 1 BERLIN. Dec. loiters at the municipal n'arht shelter died to- day of ptomaine caused by eatintr herring which had i at a shop. Physi- j j r.ans succeeded in saving the lives of 12 of the sufr Vs N. Y.. Dec. For eighteen men were ip.tpi sonrri feet the and eovernmpnr ing of 25 sticks of caps and face of the Hudson river at Storm flert France to fuse in the yards of a contractor's sup- twenty-five miles below here. Ition in this case. The most sensation ply rompanj here. The find caused I They had caught in the tube testimony is expected at excitement coupled with the arrest of is being bornd unupr the the Paris newspapers failed to George at Monesson. yester- and were rescued. Fred Bullock jprint some of the horrible stories told day. Bridges has stated ho will ex-Jfou'man ot' the bawl that hart the young plain the presence of the dynamite in traoped. shouted that his men were in New Ordinance Goes Into feet Jan. Leads Ohio Cities. 1 is suit case. danger of suffocation. Sandusky bids fair to take first Irank among Obic- cities afterjttie of the year with i-egard to plumbing waen the new plumb-. ing adopted some time ago AKRON. itersons were j by the health board goes into effect. injured by an explosion of gas in the JUST LIKE A BIG CIJ Y HERE NEW YEAR'S EVk Hofniau saloon hero. William the new all plumb- -drs. both master and Journeymen. thp turned on the gas and must pass an examination prepared failed to light if. He left the room I by Plumbing Inspector Schelb. Thoso and returned just striking a match. as his wife was Sandusky will tan airs nVxt Sund Celebration of Xew VP.I the Sloano and hct ntdropoli- for the serving of .-sp-vial 'obsier Us supper for this j e'ir. At Manager Gauvn- of the Sloane al-' citN s ready has resfrvjuio'is tor more il.a'i' 1 COLUMBUS. O.. Dec. is not true as has been that Rod- jney J. Diegle. the convicted sergpar.t I at arms of the senate is still drawing i pay as custodian of the state serate chamber. Inquiry at the office of the state auditor brought out the statement that drew one installment of salary as such custo- i dian after he convicted nut has drawn none since he was sentenced I Diegle is living here however. leading thf diniru rooms 20 tables at which over 90 people will will be S CO oclcck in bf1 seated Af 'he ihi ii.niovr big city g'tjle and iroro then en 'he of reservations is about as large and coming of the New Year be oel- at both have ..M ebrated as befits the occt'.'ion. At bc'-n made by 01 most pro- the also- preparation people in Sandusky. Book- will made to tase caro of tue ings have been made for tables for crowds. The .vLiie parties of from two persons up to likely to be is expected to ten. The management of both hotels be done quietly. V made arrangements for the New At both the Sloane and West tables Year's eve celebration at the request can only be secured by reservation of local people who did not care to and bookings for nearly all places at go to a larger city this year for il.Ss both hotels have already been event. There will be orchestras at both may take out licenses. Each.' master must psy taking out a permit and must renew the same at a charge of each year. They must oach give also. No charge will be made journeymfn plumbers for their licenses. Licen- ses can be revoked temporarily permanently by the health board at any time after a pl'rmber has bees January is found to hive done work in violation windiest month of' of the plumbing the jear but it enforcement of this ordinaEC-5 sot anything will work a freat declared of those nearl sr-ector Schelb Wednesday. will candi-' mern better sanitary coaditions and Jjates j master plumbers will profit in tha __ ions run. it is now. Sandusty is abead of Cleveland. Toledo and othef large Ohio ciities m the plumbing colder tonight with Scheib aiso announced a cold wave. Thurs- day generally fair. Temperature at 7 a. one year The Elks will hav'e no formal sug 23. Sun rises Thursday at a. and dinine rooms while Manager Gauvey at their home this New Year's eve. of the Sloane has arranged for a This is largely of the fact sets at p. second orchestra to furnuft the that the eve falls on Sunday. Maximum velocity for 24 hours sic at the hotel grill on the L-JlJ-s a big floor. Manger Gauvey is arri.ugmgj night of January on me'ending at noon today. 30 miles at Wednesday rnornujg. his intention of a more inspection of sewer work than ha- ever been attempted here. He will demand that all trenchfts be left open until an inspection has been made to determine if all joints have been cr- mented and the grade is proper In- terior plumbing will be as closely in- spected. 'SPA PERI   

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