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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Sandusky, Ohio                               YOUR CHANCE TO SEE PANAMA WITHOUT COST THE K rru announcement on pnjre 5 describing the great offer tf ine Mar-Journal to send a partj of four women on a Tour of America or Europe- See ballot on page 2. THE OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME FORTY-FIFTH STAR-JOURNAL. OCTOBER LAST WHOLE DISTRICT MOURNS NUMBER 306 AN ANDERSON MRS. FRENCH AND F. A. HEINZE IN TEXAS TOWN SAME D WAS IT Intimates That It Is Attack On Rooseveit And Is Called Down. BULL MOOSERS HARD PRESSED FOR MONEY Senator Pomerene And Wil Ham Flinn Clashed At Afternoon D. Oct. Spotlight glare of the Clapp com- mittee was to be switched today from the Bull Moose to the repub- lican campaign coffers. Four wit- nesses awaited to testify Senator Joseph Roosevelt campaign Geo. R. Shel- 1908 republican campaign J. G. New York who audited the 1904 re- publican campaign receipts and Congressman vice chair- man of the republican committ four years ago. The Standard Oil company contrib- uted to the 1904 republican George R. repub- Jjcan Jreasurer in 1U08 told the Clapp this afternoon. The amount was credited to John D. Archbold. Similar amounts were contributed by J. 1J Henry C. Frick and Geo. J. Gould. The committee was accused of probing the Roosevelt campaign but sparing Taft and Wilson by Senator Joseph Roosevelt's manager t testifying today. Turmoil reigned for f two hours. Chairman a Roose- velt rebuked Dixon for his i accusations saying that he j alone was responsible for the line ot j Thomas F. Charles P. i William McAdoo and Chairman y. EY CODE Says He Is An Admirer Of Sam Jones And Brand Whitlock. BROWN TO START SUIT OVER GRAVES DECISION Woodrow Wilson Prepares For His Second Trip Into The Oct. cis J. San Francisco graft prosecutor will speak in Toledo on Oct. 8 for the Bull Moose national committee. He oic.ked Toledo be- cause he said he has always been interested in the work of Mayor Sam Jones and Brand Whitlock. Taft at Boston. Pet at p. m. lor ttoston to lay the corner stone of a new Y. M. C. A. building this afternoon. Tonight he will attend the supreme council thir- j ty-third degree Scottish Rite Masons j for the northern jurisdiction of the r United States. jUnexpired Term And Place On Democratic Ticket Must Be Provided For. QUESTION MAY GO TO SECRETARY OF STATE CARL CAREY ANDERSON. OVER-TURNING OF AUTO ENDS CAREER OF ABLE YOUNG MAN Will Bring Suit. tospro9' Accident Near Home In Fostoria Was Instantly Fatal have decided to -Be- Have Made Up On Ettor Case Or Are Challenged Out. said Dixon. charged i PANEL TO BE CALLED j._i____ I I IV w n Militiamen Are Removed From Mine District In West that the Standard Oil and tobacco terests are backing Taft's campaign. Payiiter reproved Dixon for making a Dixon said he in- I dependently raised over Roosevelt. Perkins and Dan giving him together. J. G. York tes- tified that the records of the republi- fcan campaign deposits in his bank i had been destroyed. ji Joseph G the first witness the committee ho knew nothing j of any Archbold or other contiibu- I tioiis. He said he talked con- tutmtions with Cornelius N. Unss ijenator Dixon questioned by Clapp j skid he had collected some T funds that were not deposited m the trial of Joseph J. Ettor with Elon j W. Oct. 2 dipcontinuance of martial law in the mine itrike zone was begun today wnen six militia com- panies were discharged. Miners are reported disarming. gressive associates Me in the supreme court a mandamus proceeding against Secretary of State Graves for a review of his ruling on j the nomination of the j candidates ruled off the Franklin county ticket. His claim that he act- j ed in a judicial capacity will be tacked and his ruling w ill be dispi.it- j od. Former Prosecuting Karl Attorney Robert McCoy Thomas gan Life In Humble Was Serving His Second Term In Congress And As- sured Of Re-election. The sudden and tragic death of C ongressman Carl G. near Attorney j Tuesday coming as a shock to many thousands of friends has called forth many expressions of regret and sym- Mrs Gillian C i- j XL.IUCIL iVLliUUJ ailUi IflOJIiaS i uiman HoDart French and F. Au- H. Clark will represent the proves-1 Pathy. Perhaps no man who ever rep resented the thirteenth gustus Heinze. o i _. NEW Oct. Heinze will return to me. He has done it be- fore and he will do it again. I shall not have to drag him It was the memory of this state- made two years ago by Mrs. Lillian Hobart French when F. Aug- district in sives. Attorney General Hogan will I congress was as popular as was Mr. and the snuffing out of his appear to represent Secretary Graves j at a time when his future seemed so his election for a third term in congress being generally has cast a gloom over the en- n tire district. Political opponents join his associates in mourning. D. C. Oct. Details of the automobile accident reaching tlie Star-Journal Wednes- Teddy's Biggest Swing D. C. Oct. odore erstwhile ustus Hemze was on his honeymoon j hensive campaigning tour ever with his actress that started in- i s numerable ------w AH V Alb I and willing to try the job indicated that the unfortunate man had practically no warning of his tered the National Capital on an had practically no warning of lusfate and no chance to escape. When the home-stretch of the most compre- 'tongues to wag- ging a few days when the pap- j ers announced that the copper king French were boch'in his automobile turned turtle in a ditchhe was pinned beneath the heavy ma his neck being broken. Funeral it was announced will be held Fi iday after- j Tafi was nooa at I o'clock from the Anderson Worst and Henkle Already Talked Of For Who will be the democratic nominee for congress to succeed the late Carl C. This question was Wed- almost as soon as word was received of the tragic death of Mr. Anderson. Politicians over tne district were discussing it. The vacancy may be filled by the congressional committee. According to a to the Star- democratic leaders in Mar- ion haAe aU'eittlv a THE CANDIDATES TODAY. Oct. 2 whole- on the same day. sale refusal of talesmen to serve as residence in and will be pri- treasurer At this point c'e- manded to know how far the inquiry was going. I want this committee to go into cause their discharge according John defence counsel Jn the court room William D to mor immediately devised a It as further recalled that only I three days before Jlr. Heinze's mar-j ___a__.___ ______ riage to Bernice Golden j enroute from Koith Carolina Wilson i vate. The remains will be taken to t i 6 f Prlnce.ton prePar- Fremont by spee-.il uu- dnd mteiiod m ing to this evening on his Oikwood cemeteiv p from as well Progiess.ve-Colonel Roosevelt from nJu parts of the aL.. Hay- j emotional in to New York. wood sat among the talesmen wait- i Mrs. French made other campaign tuiuls beside Hoose- to be examined for jury j tion that she had a prior claim to his Dixon shouted i He was talkinS to newspaper men affections and also to a part of his sion seems to be out that this is d1- when Fred Fhnn- of the state She declared that she had reeled against Whj live approached the group and been in charge of his home at a sal-. cried' in a loud you think ary of a week and that lie had1' this man should be allowed to dis-'given her in copper I CUSS his -U9WS in thp midKi pf all that uhpn tho nan.A jn'_ I Haywood was then to difficulties he had hzrvp t at 50 into Wilson's campaign funds Pomerene said the committee in- tended all parties but Dixon answered that he had not been so ad- vised. you ought to inform jourself said Senator Oliver. Dixon insinuated that the commit- did not intend to piny fan- and Clapp rebuked him v idence. HI Ch'afln on auto tour of Iowa pleidental candidate asked to move his seat. stock and forgotten to return it. time he reaches New York j BUH leader covered miles and have i 1 tend the services. At the Soldiers' i anangements are already neiiigi 'made to charter one or moie special Qfop Iniipml' cars to make the trip to Fostoria so Vla that the veterans may attend in a body. Perhaps at no place m the dis- trict is more sincere grief felt over j Flirnnp the death than at the Soldiers' Home. uul fipnoral A. R. Burnett spoke highly _0r _the Jead Congress- j APPLICATIONS POURING Leading democratic politicians on think it will take a month to get' This statement Mrs. Henderson Aett I inThe Plan Of Free Trips To Panama Or IN a if the prosecution continues nored and she and Heinze were mar- the case after the first venire is ex- ried. hausted Haywood told the report-1 Now Mrs. Heinze regards with con- ers. tempt the rumors that the presence of hon m advocacy of the did republicans and third partyJFmir Wnmpn gTessive principles for which he is. mon. All knew Anderson aud all rs1 VVOIlien fighting The three hundred speeches 8pected and admired him. This was does no count mere rear-end-of-thel true all ovrr the Bfid among his tram of which there were sco.es ln consress. and manv mes- more than a mere j enthusiasm that never keen in-j able congreVstonal committee Judge Quinn announced that unless her husband and his old Mrs. I n nnr'o-hp ni MPT nf tho sovon iurors are accepted from the French in a Texas town 3n the same i saSes Condolence were received _by present venire the case must be sus- day was somethm pended pending a new venire. The third iuror was today and almost 300 talesmen have been exam- ined. Tile venire of 350 talesmen drawn am sure if Mrs. Frenrh is 'going sight into local alertness j attend the funeral services. to get him as she said after our j were there is no like tcx-' she said to a reporter. least and versatility that transformed what about eisht basic topics for into almost new dresses m city aftei citj farmers Say They Are Con- vinced Men Charged With Conspiracy Are ns possible juiors for the trial of Ettor. j I am not to bp disturbed. i t Giovanuitti and Joseph ou these recurrent reports do not in the ersed bV Pulf chains. of being concerned in the i affect mo I_ love my_ husband j wS swing around the circle by an excur- Congressman in company Knepper. ot candidate for prosecuting attorney of Seneca and Charles of Fostoria. had gone to Elvada and Xew Riegel. Tuesday in Mr. An- Enjoy Edu- cational Re- markable death of Anna last j and t am convinced that he loves me. nearly nxhanstod at the close If T had philosophy enough to face my the day of the tiial. i knowing what I found out in One hundred and twenty were ex-1 those1 threp I have enough to' but none found his way to the j lasi to the enrJ of the jury so the two lurymen chosen j---------------------------- have no companions fai. Judge Quinn foivnd that nearly all the talesmen had already formed an opinion to the guilt or of the or were so de-1 sion into ut. westward. down to the coast and Thence he up ana eastward derson's auto Paul Myers was Oct. task of selecting a jury for the tria' of the L dynamite oases dragged on toiav Half th.e that ofethe talesmen excused were rarmcis plaie.cl.they no wlo swme they believed the defend- J a man of rnme might ant3 guilty. They s-aid tne .oiu'ession of tfie McXamaias and Mclian con- vinced them the defendants Counsel for the government and dv- namite defendants clashed today when District Attorney Miller askod a 'ales- man whether he feared personal vio- lence should he serve on the vary. G L. Payne had said he was afraid to serve. Senator Kern for the defense objected to the implication. i In the course of examining talesmen jesteiday .7 M. Hatfield. a Farmer and country school excused be.' cause he said .he had an opinion that' v the defendants upie iiuch of the questioning was demoted to whether r It the veniremen had 'elations with. union or prejudiced for' or against it. 1 the-Un'ted. and by Special on page THE WEATHER. chauffeur. Frank H. LHmon. of this was with them iust before thcv started. On the return trip from Xew Riegel. at a point about two miles south of Fostoria. where there is a dip in the the chauffeur appar- ently lost control of the which was traveling at a pretty Although the announcement that The Star-Journal would send four women on a tour to Costa Rica and tne Panama or with all expenses paid from the time they leave home un- til they was made for the first time many inquiries have already been made by those interested as to the particulars of the manner in which these trips are to be awarded. THey not allowed eir interest to stop with the m- iquiries which they as noniina- John A. of that who was Mr. Anderson's private secretary. He is chairman of the congressional1 conF of which Jobn J. Malter and Charles Thomas are the Erie county members. At there was talk of John W. Worst as a wnile throughout the district politicians con- sidered the possibility of W. H. Rein- of this Or Carl H. of as the candidate. Mr. Reinhart was out of the city Wednes- having gone to Detroit to rep- resent the city in the inter-city Perry memorial conference. Telephone mes- sages came to Mr. Reinhart's office Wednesday from democrats in various parts of the tendering him support and bis friends in the coun- ty also -became active. The situation is peculiar. While the congressional committee wouM have the power to fill the vacancy on the there will be an unexpired term. The congressman elected this fall will not take his seat until the first Monday in and meantime .congress will have gone in- to session in the coming December. to local the man to fill the unexpired term mast be elected and it is a question wheth- er a primary could be called and a nomination made i a time tie reg- ular November election. This matter will probably be submitted to the see- rebry of state. John J. who is a member of the expects to attend the funeral services of Mr. oa together with many other i democrats from this city. Until after I the he will not give much con- sideration to the matter of filling a va- cancy. Aid n-ot know that the committee had he said Wednesday. what procedure can be followed I do not mow and I have no idea who is likely to be Charles the second Erie county member of the is now ill in the hospital at the soldiers Home. Of the candidates already mention- Messrs. Worst and Hen- kle were candidates at the memorable Tiffin convention in 190S in which Mr. Anderson was first nominated. Mes- srs. Reinhart and Henkle were the most formidable and it was only after a long struggle that Mr. Anderson won oV. Since then no one had op- posed him. Whether any or all of these men would now be is not known. The committeemen from Sandusky county are J. W. Moore and S. H. Drohn and Charles the lat- ter of the men with Mr. AV son when the fatal accident occurred. 0. William 4S. a flint glass committed suicide by severing an artery in bis left rist. He had been ill with dropsy He leaves a widow and ten children. on page six THE STAR-JOURNAL. Prints its circulation figures. has the largest circulation in and Erie and Its news furnished by Tnn H f James H. Hurst said- these men are It in electrocution. Twice the day the court i talesman as to their dutv and urged I upon thorn to caiefuiiy their j UVerDOWer answering his i n A do7en or of the Th6 PPISOHer WllO W3S chaiLsH in- Deemed Safe There. Court do not look for much J_____________ pi egress in filiing the juiy box CHEYEXXE. Wyom.. Oct. 2.-Frank i a negrc. assaulted Mrs. Julia aged at was lynched today by con-i the penitentiary. He had i been lodged there for safe j Three hundred convicts overpowered i obtained their keys to Wig- fall's cell and hanged him. The excitement about the peniten- tiary was intense when prisoners attacked the though there was no ape Tie word t'.i being held at the Wednesday night and Thursday. fair with slowly rising temperature. Temperature at 7 a. one year I r' rare of speed. The auto ran into the tions alieady bine begun to coaie m ditch at 'he side of the running ''or membership in tho Travel duo for feet before and theTe is e'ery 'odication that One rear mterest is soius to 1 LUI UfU UU 11 t smashed and the tire torn off the oth-' Possibility of with a few i i er. weeks' a prize sm-h as that of- Mr. Anderson and Mr. Sharf were in fered in this is an incenthe muni tours are to be hours ending at noon twelve west at Wednesday moraine hvas caught under the his assurance that the trip will R i neck was broken and his chest bc the nlost but of tbo class and will be of CTpar on page in Coiumbus and throughout the ars the most corrplete. Its J complete and CERTIFICATES FOR ARE FOUND SEWED IN DRESS OF AGED WOMAN AFTER DEATH educational value to those wno are i fortunate enough to make the tour as guests of The Star-Journal. These n Seeks From The Inmates More Facts Concerning Conduct Of The Institution. An inspection of the county infirm- features are the ones that make j with of'vedfviag or'dis- a stiong and are resoonsible for the interest being manifested by thosr women w-ho .ire ambitious to ieara at first hand something of the 'great world outside of our own bor- ders. proving certain charges against Super- intendent Anthony W. occupied the time of the county board of visitors Wednesday afternoon. Particular matters looked into by the T .board whether In January of tourists wilt ranTthe inft-n-ary directors had gtvaa the away to ex-Superintendent Rohr- sail from Xew York on one of mob ofi That MrS' Mdry wbo died 1 able to tke out her existence. Friends ships to' .j_ suddenly late was far from inclined also as- West Indies as of The whon fripnds'sisted hei some- She had mtimate-l Journal. line s fine j bacher property of the coasist- a month amons the' ing of wairstone and and h this news is just as com- whether fruit had been withheld from j some of the old and infirm inmates attempt at PP'rtifloqrps Of issued bv it0 a tnat she had All who contemplate entorins the j bv orders of the superintendent. tl- negro j found cert.f.cates 01 deposit issued a snian of money ana hacl re. Travel club slunld send in their nomi- examination was an informal affair.- securely quested that she be given a decent'nati0ns and begin work at once. the members of the board orocecd- ere tney long' burial at her death. There will be more ------------------------_ l.j infirmarv to prevent violence outside of the in-j had been carried The certificates were sufficient money to provide CINCINNATI Nov. 19 was turned over to Coroner Knoble. this. j date set for the beginning of the trial' Mrs. the widow of the latej v- '--'J ircirien that the governments ciiarges wove not that the men explos- but only that they illegally trans- ported explosives. unui ..ao quietly the news when it is i among them as to when the assault very latest and most should take place and that they acted you must read the Star-Journai. as one man in carrying out the decis- ion to lynch the brutal negro. it every turn. i'bn funeral will ha hpM 7- -.nai The board of visitore is determined o tne defendants in the suit onto make a thorough investigation be- fore returning-any Thou come from the money on was' in St. Mary's cemetery. NEWSPAPER the Sherman anti-trust act. ary directors have issued no new regarding their artitwdo lo- the testimony as related at tot EWSPAPER   

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