Sandusky Star Journal, June 4, 1923

Sandusky Star Journal

June 04, 1923

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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 4, 1923, Sandusky, Ohio - / THE WEATHER r --, LOCALi THUNDER STORMS MONDAY NIGH T, TUESDAY; COOLER HJESDAY'. SUPREME 'lift ; IK ITS TIIELD GOOD Em Only flVfe more days tiftift iBftiA mcT resort iteaflon* opens ftlltf'tti bathinr girls wHl be in' thilt* FIFTY-SIXTH YEAR. 14 PAGES Charges SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1923. * * Uaily. a Cents Saturday, 5,Cents NUMBER 20 LABOR CHIEFTAINS II\I CHICAGO MUST SERVE }AIL TERMS Wealthy Kansas City Brok-ec's Body Found on Rail- ' road Tracks. ' KANSAS CITY. !Mo.. June 1- Police invcstigaToore a few hours before his death Raid ho was in the best of -spirits. He had rnr-fered no financial reverses, friends and relatives said. C. W, Lawles-s the doad man's bus!-ne,s.s partner, lieliovoa !Moore had been attaclced, robbed and tlien thrown on the traciis. ' "I believe Mr. Mocre was killed before his lindy was placed on the tracl must serve sentences of one to five years imposed a year ago on conspiracy charges. I'he appellate court sustained the sentences. J'lja'ct Tuesday, iiighfe, friends fcaid, he. failed to Telurri' iome. ;j\ud tii^d not advised his family of hf^'whereabouts. A ])arty of relatives and friends set out in search for bun. After midnight they found him emerging from hl.'-i oilfioe. He explained tliat he liad been wa!in-n To Pago ll-Xo. 5.) Hundreds Arrested but Strikes Continue To Spread in Ruhr District. By CARL D. GROAT, (Unlteil i'rcK.s Sttiff Corrcspoii(lent.) BERLIN, Jime 1-While Imn-tlrcds of communists were being rounded up by German police in tho Ruhr valley today strikes continued to spread. It is apparent (hat tho strilvc program luis been carefully planned in advance and that it is being carried out regardless of in(erference. The (Jerman police, partly re-organized in tho Ruhr for the purpose of stamping out the communist flame, are working ni military style-Flying squadrons of these armed men surround whole blocks of dvvell-jiugs in which communists arc believed hiding and then a door to door search is conducted. In Dortmund, 500 reds were arrested. Practicall.v every one of tliem was armed and many of the houses raided turned out to be veritable arsenals, with cellars packed with munitions. Many business houses and restaurants, wliich have tlie x'eput.ation of Iioing haunts of "reds" were closed ijy police, their windows shuttered iU5, and their doors locked ^Yith cliains and padlocks. . At Hacrde, fifty communists were taken in a sorles of raids. Several women were seized among them. .Although women have not been conspicuous in the rioting to date a few liavo been observed in the crowds, joining enthusiastically In tho fighting. Propagandi Lawyer-Detective Clique Makes Evidence to Order, Woman Says Paper Declares They Defend Themselves Royalists'Start Trouble. Will It Police in Cleveland Fire on AJIeged Auto Thieves and Are Attacked by Mob. CLEVKLAM), JuUe I.-Rosalie Wilson, 18, was shot and killed in a fusiladc of police bullets which brought a halt to the flight of a gang of alleged autcuuohilc thieves in a stolen car Smvday night. Tho driver of llio nutomobilo, who escaped In the crowd,..Js believed to have been wDundcd. Police were forced to throw all availablo rLvsorves into the district tu disperse tho mob which collected after llie shooting. Members of a flying squad first siglitod the automobile bearing tho Wilson gul and party. The autoraobilo had been stolen FORD CONNECTED WITH BILLION BID FOR U. S. SHIPS John W. Sinck. Belief that Henry Ford, the f'.lv- Suuday afternoon. Tito driver of '^"fv king is one of the financial po%v-tho stolen car speeded up at sight of c^rs behind dohn "W. Slacic who" re-the officers. , cently offer-jd the U. S; Shipping As tho car turned into another 1 Po.-ird ?l,Oi5l,t5OO,Q0O for all the gov-street pcctujants of tho automobile 1 ernmcnt ships was strengthened bv IMrs. Eva S. Baltuck. (B.V Central Press, NEAV YORK. Juno 4.-There's many a slip 'twixt the petition and the decree oven though tho divorce evidence mill does gring exceedingly fine. And tho slip in the dlvorco proceedings In tho case of Mrs. Eva^^Bal-tucU has resulted In . senssitlonal ;c^argejs that a. -cliatie. Of'lawyws and privJitB 'detectives liere are engaged in the pleasant nnd profitable pastime of turning out made-to-order evidence. As a result .Teromo A, Jacobs, attorney, and Kdward J. 2\ray,. private detective aro on trial here, char.ged with conspiracy :Mrs. Baltuck has tekificd that Jacobs guaranteed her a. divorce in consideration of a modest foe of .'fuOO agreeing to produce the necessary evidence within three weeks. According to Assistant District Attorney Carstarplien Jacobs tlien went to Baltucli and outlined tho plan for-obtaining the necessary evidence tlu'ough tho use of a "stock corresiq^ndent" and persuaded him to agree to the sciiemc. A meeting between tho "co-respondent," ii ionner Winter Garden show girl, and Btiltuek followed- in . ,.tUo.HotQU.�i*�3Ev���i�* accordkog to^, ' Car.^tarplicn. feo did a fako raid, i Later) when Mrs. Baltucli's suit! camn to trial before .lustice Sceger i of Wliite Plains he tln-ew tiio case: out of court, convinced tliat a. con-' tjiiracy existed. Mrs. I3alluclc became peeved, very much so, and demanded tho return of the fee. J I Then t^'Hipid got ' in his deadly | work. P.altuck and his wife wera" reconciled. Isow both are testifying aga.inst Jacobs and I\Iay. opened flro on tho squad according to the pplico version'.of. the affair. Officers.Kcess and Stotz returned the flr^. Txya bullets struck tho Wilson girl'in'-the'head. The stolen car caiiife to};a stpp; Tho driver leaped out arid disappeared in the crowd wh'Jph fcoUected. A third man halted as ho started to flee and was taken in custody. i Police wore soon Itemmed in by a threatening crowd .of, some three hundred or morel persons A wagon load of uniformed officers,was rushed from tho Woodland-av station while Hying squadrons arnied with riot guns wero rushed from other districts. The crowd dispersed at sla^ltt of tho reserves. Jlenry Ford's recent visit to Silver Creek. N. Y., where Slacic lives. Slack refused to confinu tlrj report. Blue Jordan Roadster Too enthusiastic boosting~vvas~hcld responsible for tlio falluro of thousands of expected Shriners and their families to arrive. They were frightened away by the reports of tremendous crowds and - probably lack of sufficient accommodations. This was evident when a St. Louis temple sent word its members would- remain at lu-.me using the money the trip would cost to help build a hospital. They said they understood there was no room hero anyway. Merchants 'and hotel keepers were keenly disappointed . over failure of the 300,000 expected to arrive. Only about twenty thousand c-arae in on tpecial trains and'automobiles. Today's program began wi^h a pilgrimage to Aft. Vernon by Imperial Potentate Jarnes S. Mc-Candless iind ids divan. McCandloss put a wreath on the tomb of Washington. Shortly after noon tlie traii.scon-tinental automobile caravan which left San Francisco ISlay 1 was due and at 2 p. m, the members of tliis Price, AVhitfiold's girl companion, to :\r;idi-.son police headquarters after Whitfield e.'^caped. The Chn-chmd men (Turn To Page (J-Xo. L',) CAN TEACH GER.MAX. WASHINGTON, June 4-The supreme court held today that war time statutes enacted in many states prohibiting teaching of the German language to any pupil aro unconstitutional. Bootleggers Rush Into New York Territory Is Report from Ottawa. OTTAWA. Juno 4.-Largo cargoes of Canadian beer and liqmir are moving towards tho boundary on their way to New York slate as a result of a repeal of (he prohibition enforcement law there. Canadian officials slatioued along (lie board reported that rum runners aro now actively engaged in jilans to flood New Yorlt with dominion "liard stuff." With tho coming of s-ammcr weather, tho liquor smuggling trade is beginning to boom again anyway, following tho winter shutdown. Repeal of the enforcement has brought nev,' blood and new capital into the "game" and according to the present outlook, unprecedented quantities of illegtil beverages will soon be going south. Attorney General Rainey announced tliat no nev.- steps would bo taktn by ilie prohibition de].)artmeiit to cope witli the situation. Tliero aro several well' established rum runner routes which cross the border at points where there aro no customs or immigration inspectors. 'J'hcso will be used and additional ones win be established. Most smuggling is done with motor trucks. TJio.so trucks loaded to - capacity with case good.';, cross the line at a terrific rale of speed, armed guards clinging (o them ready to liattlc witli revenue^officers v( hijackers-tho highwaymen who niake a business of robbing bootleggers watcllrt?d and the chamber voted confidence in tho ability of tho government to defend the republic. Since then nothing has been done, however, and tlie socialists profess to fear that the royalists-who de-.'^ire 10 bring back the due d'Orleans from Belgium and make him King Philip the Eighth of France-are contemplating further outrages, i Attempt- To Burn Edifice Work of Gang, Belief-Recall Canadian Fires. S.WANXAH, Ga., June 4-Organized incendiaries \s-ere blamed today for the attempt to burn the h.L-cred Heart Catholic ciiurch, the second largest in Savannah. One room conta,ining supplies was destroyed. Lighted candles hafl boon placed under the wooden part of the aliAr. Church officials have no statement to make. around it. ilonday morning tho car was again the center of curiosity seekers. The car was found in Madison, Wis., where Whitfield was apprehended by Madison polico and from whom lie escaped. Ho escaped from Aladison in a stolen machine. AVilliams said that tho Madison the case at length ilonday morning with Chief Perry. Williams told of the arrest at Madison of AVhltfiie repeal of the enforcement law in New York state will cau.-^e a split in the dt-mocratic party over prohibition. IMellon's regulations reveal a division in the reiniltlican part.\'. :\lelliin i.s a wet in liis sympathies. Ho feels that congress went beyond T the isih ami-mlnicnt when it passed the \'(ilstoad law. He favors liberalization of tile enroreement act. By ' making liis regulations on llio su-lirenie court'.s inierptetiaiion of that ' act so vU'asUc and rigid as to { tlireattii --^orious international com-plier.iions he has forced congress to (�onsider wliethcr to staiui on existing stringent lu-ovisions or to modify those aflecting foreign ships. Governor .Sniitli of New York intensified a democratic issuo by signing the roiieal of the state law, it is ui) to the federal goveni'mcnt- (Turn To I'age 0-No. 4.) At the office of "Columbia," official magazine of the Knights of Columbus here today, it was stated that fifteen or sixteen Catholic churches liad been burned in Canada dunn^g the last year but that church fires m the United States .were above normal. It was said that incendiaries might have been responsible for some of tho Canadian fires but tliat il;e Knights of Columbus of Quebec, win; investigated, found thero was no widely organized arson conspiracy as liaa been suspected. "THE PUPPY GOT A GOOD HOME" The party at 4(K; Meifjs st is moving out of niui.- fair city, hut it was impossible to take (heir pet fox terrier pupjiy along. .So (hey asked JMr. Classified Ad of the Star-Journal lb find a good home. FOR S.\LE-Fox torrior puiipj-, .') mo. old, good house dog, v.iU sell cheap. Party leaving city. Call between 7 and 'J. 40o Meigs-st. I'hone 141-W. By WILLIAM J. LOSII, (l-nKi'il J'ri'.ss Srintendenc of a Brooklyn school, and chairman of a historical committee which a year ago ordered the revision of a number of histories, said. England Seeking To- i gain Lost Colonies" Sa^ New York School Officii), NEW YORK, iiine 4-A pl-, university of Minn�iL School History of the "United Sta| by Albert Bushnell Hart, Uar^ university; A History of. the DiiJi States For Schools by Andrew G.:! Laughlin, University of ChipagoA. Claude H. VanTyne, Unlversltjif Michigan; Our United States, by liam Backus Gutteau, dircctoril sclioolsat Toledo; Burke's Speech? Conciliation, edited by E. O. HOT Taft school, "WatertOAvn, Goiiil Short American History by Graa by Everett Barnes, Am^Icani i-tory .for Gr&mtasp^ (kaO^jr^Al^iM J5arne;s. ��v'�^^ii;2Sv*--ife^iS LVldoncc colTceted hV'IBrschfrw his hivestigatlon, the r^iiDrt^'liM Indicates that the Iilstories mentk -ed give new and les.s patriotic Int pretaton to the revolution and to war of 1812, and the comniissldril protests against the lack of ref�. U was the biw w.U bo impounded and sold by -^t:memnnal service . to the gi.vcrnmont ^^^'^ I'Vlhian bodies. :-m. A sliarp division of opinion exists in the administration as to how far the geivernmiMit should go in enforcing its decree against shi|>s cari-yhig liquor within American waters. Treasury officials aro preparing or-di.rs to the customs service to cn�oi-co without exception or deviation the di-aslie regulations promulgated by Sees No I)an,t;er. CHICAGO. June -t -.Vnierican school hi-iories are fundamentally sound and truthful, NVilliam B. t>wen, president e'l' tho National V'.dvication assi.H-iatioii said todavt in answer to charges brought by David vS. Hirsehfiel.,1 in New York that pro-Uritish teiKleticies are ctoeping into school text books. "rfo loii^; as piofossiona! educators are in cliar,c" of censoring and selecting our text Vuioks there is no d-.vnger of the eliildrcn being instructed unfairly or Incorrectly," Owen said. Tlio l'\v;luan Sisters and subordinate lodge were escorteil from the K. of 1'. hall by G.iriield Company uniforiiie.f r.-mk. Tlie services, con-duetod by the Rev. N. It. H'. Moor, were expressive of sentimel-it of 'great beauty. T>ie sermon was � based upon the words of Jesus, "1 ' go to prepare a i>Uico for you." Secretary MeUon for making effec-' Music was by the church choir, tive tho supreme court decision that' I'-ythians kvt from tho ranks of no ships can bring liquor inside the: Saudusk three mi At lilt limit. samt> tiui. state iy liOdgo No. Ills., K. o,{ P. ^ durin.g VJ-y: were Joseph Cohen, depart-', .July 1?;; .lohn L. Wetzier. Septem- ment official.', tleotily concrncd In'r 2; Fred Bauman, fiiepteniiier 21: over the nianmr hi wbu'h tho troas-i Charles Kubach, Ncvembrr 1, No ury iKiioi-od the lu-olests of seven, loss was suffered bv '^ono Temple a'urn To i'aue �i-No. 3.) i No. SG, l^yUiliin Sisters, News Highlights SANOl SKY ANi> VICIMTV Wliilfit'ld's blue Jordan auto stopped over Sunday night in Sandusky. Lively City commission session expected lato Monda.v allernnon. Mercur.v registers at UO .Mon- dity, hottest day of suuuner. tJKNKRAL NEWS Girl killed by Cleveland pullte chasing tillcged auto tlili'vcs. l.iipicr resulaiions issued b.v Mellon striiigeut. Probo murder of pK.�mincnt wo'jteru broker. Wayne-st Property Ownt,, Would Withdraw Names^l Sign Protest; Possibility of "fireworks" b�>| ing touched off at the city cob nnsslon meeting late Mond.., nfternoon was Indicated earltiei>| in the day. .V new angle in the filling static mixup developed Monday naornlr. when it w-as hinted that one or mbfl property owners who signed a lion for the erection of the pro6|f,,>. station at E. Park and "Wayra-ai wero expected to present affldavl asking permission to withdraw th? signatures and affix them to a pr test against the plans of the con pany awning the site. A permit for the station has be^l Issued by the city on recommend tion of the city engineer who cert tied that a sufficient aiunlier ,i. liroperty owners had given conseol Manager Sadler said the permf wa.'i issued with the express Pr vision that the ordinanco terms met wliich he declares the CQmpaiif caimot do unless favorable actio is taken in its petition for a| amendment permitting the bulldini to be erected within 33 feet of t|j lot lino. It was also stated that propert owners on Veniee-rd inside the ;Clt; limits contemplate asking >the con mission to delay paving plans j the higiiway until a sewer is coi structed in the street. City Ma ager Siidler contends tlint sewe.^ may be constructed after the.pfl^| ing is down. He says now is thft'it) to pave as' tiie county wyi at half of fhe expense. To delay�,t paving might be fatal to the clj intere.sts, tho manager said Mo? morning. HOTTEST OF l^EAR The highest temperature of tlj� ; summer was wglatered on Mon*' day, the mercury hitting thf' W,-degrees mark at 3 o'clock an4 was e.speoted to go a trifle hlghw") before roceedlng, Weather For*-', caster Cooper said. ,^ Sonte consolation 1r found tntfjj tho announcoment that TU((i circus day, likely will li� iv~ cooler due to thund,er '�M predicted for Mob ' 24 95 11371459 ;

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