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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - September 8, 1926, Sandusky, Ohio GOOD N EVENING THE WEATHER Showers Late Wednesday and Thursday, Cooler Thursday. , TONIGHT Today's Radio-Page IS. Bead "Vanity Case,"~-Fftge 1 Movies-Page 2. NEWS "HIGHLIGHTS SANDUSKY AND VICINITY Erie-co fair opens with Rodeo, . replacing*harness races. " Authorities estimate �T per cent of children of school age enrolled. . coast guards draff for body of eallor drowned at foot of Perry-st.-. m mtwMFWMFWVPMFW* GENERAL NEWS Germany Js given permanent Seat in League of Nations council. Canton police v connected up with underworld in trial of ex-Chief Lengel. Gov. Blaine defeats Sen. Lett-foot in "Wisconsin primary. Statement made- by prosecution in trial of Daugherty and Miller. MARRIAGE LICENSES Wesley J. Schoewe, 42, mason and contractor, and Martha J. Broderson, 87, both of Sandusky. Walter A. Turner, 24, sales* man, Lorain, and Ruth E. Currier, 19, Berllnvllle. Jacob John Koehler, 27, plumber, and Elizabeth Marie Fodder-son, 22, both of Sandusky. Rev. V. J. Tlngler. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roesch, 828 Tyler-st, a son, Tuesday evening. , i A'J b RF.WS FLASHES . HONG KONG, Sept. 8-Seven British Bailors were killed and IS were wounded, It was announced today In Sunday's battle near Hankow on,the Yangtze river, when British naval vessels engaged the troops, of Mac-anal Wu Pel Fu. Commander 'D*rley, of the British cruiser Despatch, and two lieutenants were among the killed. .Two other officers were wounded and ! the remainder of the casualties Were enlisted men. PAUL SMITHS, N. Y, Sept. 8 -President Coolldge is entirely satisfied with the�attltude of the Mexican government toward protection of American Uvea and property and contemplates no change In this government's policy, his Spokesman said today after a conference with James R. . Sheffield, ambassador to Mexico. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 8. - Colonel William Mitchell; will not be ��*� candidate far .presidency: of the'National AeroauUc association, it was definitely stated the convention ,of that body .*"' today. ' � . _ _ CLEVELAND, Sept. 8-Martin B. Daly, president of, the East Ohio Gas company, died suddenly of heart trouble in his. office at 1 o'clock this afternoon. . [ Ohio Briefs ) CHILLICOTHE- A public hearing, to determine the cause of death of Ralph Strohmeyer, contractor, who died in city. prison Sunday after having been struck by Police Chief O. A. Maughner and Patrolman Thomas Temple, will be held tomorrow by Mayor J. R-. Gunning. The officers declared Strohmeyer resisted arrest and -they wet's compelled Ao strike , him with their night clubs. YOUNGSTOWN-A safety pin she swallowed 'caused death of Anna Green, 2 year old daughter* of MrTand Mrs. Daniel Green here, � � ' YOUNGSTOWN School sessions hers have been lengthened from five hours to five hours and a half under a new plan announced by John J. Richeson, .superintendent of schools. School will be in'session from 8:45 a. m. to noon and from 1:15 p. m. until 3:30 p. nv_ YOUNGSTOWN- Six men �nd a 17 year old youth were arrested hers today in a raid in which police confiscated several cans of opium and six pipes. COLUMBUS-A telegram received by L. Petit, manager of a local Ford agency, from Edsel Ford, president of the Ford Motor company Detroit, denies rumors that a "light six" or a "light eight" will be Introduced by Ford._ CINCINNATI- following a quarrel over a letter received from his former wife, James B. Abbott; 19. fired a bullet into his brain after seriously wounding bis wife. Viola, 28, hers. Ab< hott died almost instantly, while Mrs. Abbott is not expected to live. . ' � - ' . �� . CQLUMBUS-J.'Adam Bed*, for. mer congressman from Minnesota, will sddress member* of the Buck, ye republican club hers next Saturday. _ COLUMBUS-The state board of clemency paroled 81 Ohio penitentiary prisoners, it was announced hers. The dates of pa. eld: for the ynlted States. ' ahejjaafembly'sv vote admitting Germany' to. the, league -was unanimous, out, six months late. The league council and the league assembly sought last Majeh to s�ak� Qer. many.-a.league member, but the wrangling debits over permanent council' seats prevented .the desired action. -'* With Germany's entry into the league, Europe hoped for the beginning, of a new era of tranquility for. upon Germany's admission depended the consummation of the famous agreements t>t Locarno in which the statesmen of England, France, Italy, Poland, Belgium, Cjsecho-Slova-kia and Germany last autumn pledged their various countries to peace and arbitration. - It appeared today that the league had gained Germany at the expense , of Spain and Brazil, both of which") countries demanded permanent council seats last March when it was proposed that Germany should be so honored. Brazil has withdrawn from the league and Spain only awaited , (Turn to Page 6. No. 1.) GOVERNOR MAKES URGENT PLEA FOR OHIO COAL MINES Ask* Citizen* To Buy Co*l\Kow And Aid Unfortunate Miners And Families. COLUMBUS, Sept. 8 - An urgent plea to Ohio citizens to buy Ohio mined coal was made today in a proclamation issued by Governor Vic Donahey, "I call upon every man and woman in Ohio to please buy Ohio coal and buy It now," Donahey urged. '. "The general prosperity of our great commonwealth cannot be permanent until Ohio's coal industry is revived." "Ohio's coal industry, the governor declared, which stood second among the ' industries of the state a few years ago, has been relegated Into a "vastly inforlor position." "Never before in the history of Ohio has a great business suffered so rapid a decline,'? he added. "Unless checked at once the ultimate result will be compete paralysis of our entire mining system." Nothing but the "universal patriotic purchase of Ohio voal by Ohio coal users," can prevent the ultimate extinction of Ohio mining, Donahey pointed out, and urged the (Turn to Page 6, No. 8) "Smiling Dry Raider" b F^hting For life ATHBNB, Ohio. Sept. 8-Consta-ble Edgar Mariner, the "smiling dry raider, and hero of many battles with back country moonshiners, today w*s fighting for his Jlfs-th* victim of his boast that he never drew a gun in any of hie raids unless forced to do so. "gmtllng Ed," as he Is known throughout the valley, had been wounded ten times before hp wm shot down in a gun battle with Jos Wood, colored bootlejger tuspect near, here1 Monday. Mariner was �tijl alive todty, hut ltttl* hope w� held for hi* r^oy* cpnjtaM*, a man pf medium hslgbt, rsther sJender. with dark emiUog >* and Mask hair, wag 4*f WIbjPW^B^^P^b. ON TRIAL Harry M. Daugherty Thomas :,-.Wi\ Miller Opening Statement Made In Government Case Against Daugherty and .Miller/ . BY E. W. LEWIS, (United Press Staff Correspondent.) NEW YORK, Sept. S-�Hs government made. its first thrust today in Its effort to con* ' vlct former Attorney > General Harry M. Daugherty and former Alien Property Custodian Thomas W. Miller of conspiracy against its interests. * United States Attorney Emory It. Buokner, in a detailed opening statement .before' the jury, which . will hear the Daugherty-Mlller case, charged that Richard E. Merton of Frankfort, Germany, came to this country in April 1921, and through the late Jesse Smith, Paugnerty'a confidante, laid by, improper means a foundation which jnade possible the return to a Swiss concern allegedly controlled by Germans, 87,000,000 in assets of the seised American Metals company, Buckner, after'reviewing the history of the Morton metal interests in Germany and the formation of the Swiss corporation under which 'he alleged they operated after the war, charged that Merton came to New York. and. "/ound that'two: men stood in his way in his efforts to secure return of tbe 87,000,000 worth of property," - One of the men was Miller, he (Turn to Page I. No. T.) MAYOR AND CHIEF WIN COURT FIGHT ll*vi*w**v , STRUBENVILLE, Sept. 8-Msyor John H. Patton and Polls*- Cbktf Bl�lne Carter, were, einstated today when � motion to quajh ouster charges against them wag upheld by Judge Jay Paisley lu cominoo pleaji court. The two officUU had bean iiM* pended on petition of member* of the local ministerial sjwociatlon who accused Patton and garter of failure to enforce the law. Pgtt�n �Mki was ChW Carter,wUh drunk*nne*g. Judg* Paisley dUausMd tli*\� ts on the ground* they had not b|)s� properly served with summon*. W. It AJbw, ttorney Iter tb* ^J^w^^^^J^W^^^JI'Wfc J^J^Jflftfl^ft^^^^^ ^ft^tfK^^^I^^L^tJp^^B^ Where 27 Met Death Wisconsin Fight for Senatorial Nomination Is Close- LaFollette Candidate Loses Governor-ship Race. By J. E. HELFERT, (Vnlted Press Staff Correspondent) MILWAUKEE, Wis., Sept. 8 - Senator Irvine Lenroot, Coolldge republican, and senior senator, from Wisconsin, today was trailing Governor John J.. Blaine, .LaFollette progressive, for the republican senatorial nomination. Blaine's nomination appeared certain............ H. A. Weil, chairman of Senator Lenroot's campaign committee, in a statement to the United Press at noon, today conceded the victory of Governor Blaine in the race. With 1JU� precincts out of the state's 2,729 heard from at noon, the vote In the senatorial race was: Blaine 159,889; Lenroot 145,837. In the gubernatorial nomination, however, the LaFollette machine suffered defeat. The nomination of Secretary of State Fred R. Zimmerman, -ait anti-Blainot progressive, over Herman L. Ekern, attorney general, and LaFollette man, seemed assured.'- Zimmerman from returns in 1,367 precincts had a lead of about 17,000. .' There, were.no democrtaic contests for either the senate or the governorship. Thomas McKearney is the ojily democratic; senatorial candidate and Virgil Cady, is the only democratic |^b>iikWrIal candidate. , ^lwa,jikf(9^ WJ^S}sin> -~ 'lis,: aiid always conSlde.^ J^sirootrs^atj^nghoUhi,' -gave ^sGjftm 1 nor, Blaihe sufficient majority to put him in the.lefcd; This was at-, tribute^ to Blaine's stand for beer and modification ,of the prohibition laws as against Lenroot's plank for a state referendum- on prohibition. The heavy German vote of the state is in Milwaukee. Blaine has a lead of*7,000 'votes in the county this morning. Lenroot, however, picked up size-* able margins in rural counties which heretofore has .> been considered Blaine, certainties. ' .The, g'uberntorial race found Zimmerman leading from the start.- The secretary of state, was an associate of the late Senator Robert M. LaFollette, but challenged the right of Blaine and Ekern to control the progressive strength of the state. The vote in the gubernatorial race (Turn to Page 6, No. 2.) MINOR G. NORTON DEATH IS SUDDEN 17. 8. Customs Collector In Cleveland District Buffered. Two \ Days of Indigestion. CLEVELAND, Sept. 8.-r-Acute In-digestion caused the death of Miner G. Norton. United. States customs collector, at his' summer home at Mentor, last night, following a two days' illness. Norton will be hurled in* his home town, Jefferson, Ohio, Friday afternoon-Norton had been prominent in Cuyahoga-co politics for 40 yearj, having been law director* under Mayor Robert McKisson, congressman from the 20th district and candidate >for mayor of Cleveland in 1815. He was born in 1857, and attended the normal school at Lebanon, Ohio; Baldwin university, Berea; Mount Union, at Alliance, and Tale university, New Haven, Conn. A widow and two sons survive. VOTING HEAVY IN GEORGIA PRIMARY ATLANTA. O*., Sept. I. - Clear weather4 and a vigorous campaign was expected, to bring.put a large vote in the state democratic primary today. The worW court issue between the, senatorial aspirants was overshadowed by the contest among John Hold-err highway commissioner; George Cars well,-J. O. Wood, and Br. L. G. Hardman for tbe gubernatorial nomination, Senator Welter F,.George, world court adherent, was favored to defeat Justice Richard Russell of the state supreme court for the .senatorial nomination. Russell declare* the world court Iran "iniquitous in UtttMtlfUl?' 1| COLUMBUS, Sept. 8-A 100 year old "flapper" today was glv. en a tuspendM .sentence on a charge of drunkenness, for, celebrating her hundredth; Mrtbdey igltk;fc...|^r4ii|k)iur ioj* 1p� J*l *as *�*� druuk bsjoff," Mrs. Kate Smith, tb* c*at#n*r. iu told Judge Holmes In rownl� buodredth birthday giuTto | c*l*- mm* Both G. M.'Llllls, relief engineer and Harold Harpending, from whom LHlis had Just taken the throttle were killed as the engine of the "Scenic Limited" hurtled down an embank ment to this resting place in the Arkansas river bottom. In a statement blaming Hills for the disaster, Pre sldent J. S.-Pyeatt of the Denver A Rio Grande said rules of the road to striding speed on curves were not o bserved. FIVE MEM KILLED E JAILED IN TEXAS Feeling Runs High After Officers Ambushed-Pris- . oners Caught in Cross Fire. :� '"�' � .-�.��*?'-.�... � RAYMONDVILLB. Tex.. Sept..: lid extrn precaniloiis; against . farther outb/eaks' of violence VWere taken following the ambush of five Mexicans and five . officers near - here yesterday in which five men .were killed. Twenty Mexicans were in .jail today as a result, of-the shooting. The battle, occurred when the officers accompanied. Jose and Delan-cia Mont, Cinco Gonzales and Matt Zaller to the place where Jose said guns used in the 'slaying ot two officers Sunday" night were hidden. Thomas. Munoz, Jose's father, accompanied the four prisoners in addition �o the five officers. As the group of' men reared the patch of brusfi and trees where Jose said the guns were concealed, the of-.fleers - forced, i the prisontrs to walk ahdad.- Suddenly s^volley of.rifle fire rattled from ^t be brush. The officers dropped to th* ground and returned the fire. v ' Caught between the volleys, the four prisoners and the cider Mouns were killed. None of the officer* were struck by bullets, but it was believed several of the ambush party' were wounded, , All of the hidden gunmen escaped, but*traces of blood on the ground indicated some of them had been wounded. Leslie Shaw, deputy sheriff, and Louts Mays, constable, were killed Sunday night in the Mexican quar-(Turn to Page 6, No, 6.) MARTIAL LAW IS RAISED IN SPAIN MADRID, Sppt. . 8-Spain today* emerged from four days of martial law. The decree suspending Sunday's imposition of martial law appeared in the official gazette today. King Alphonso and Prem'^r Prlmo De Rivera imposed martial law on th,* country during the weekend when disgruntled artillery officers sought to effect a rebellion. The rising was put down with slight bloodshed, all the artillery garrisons submitting to tbe government ex-'cept that at Pamplona, yrlvsre two artillerymen were killed d two wounded, ^__ Rodeo Replaces Races As Erie-co Fair Opens; Stock is Shown With an unusually good sised attendance for the opening day, the 192(1 Erie-co fair got under way Wednesday- In the absence of harness horse racing, the rodeo is the big amusement attraction. The fair will be open each nlgli^ with the rodeo and fireworks a* attractions, county Is on 4M>pla,y;:-Dr�Bses; apron* and, faricy work made ;by,the sewing ;| clubs' of'Perkiiis, Mart aretta, Milan and < Florence-tps are' shown. The products of the boys', clubs and a food display of the 4-H Food club are also on exhibition in tmsihall. The grange hall Is probably the most beautifully decorated of all the halls. In the booths of the Marga-retta, Perkins, Vermilion,' Milan, Oxford, Berlin, Huron and .Florence "pumpkins, cabbages, squashes, cu-cumbers, beets, peppers, corn, tomatoes, melons, canned goods and baked stuffs are arranged in manner to attract the ' attention *oX the crowds, In the hall, adjoining chickens, ducks, geese and pigeons are shown,1: ��� ' ����..:� ������f.fi-:- Then in the "cattft 'i&ffi'^&'i&ti, tower end of the grounds a.wurprlae: awaited the spectators.. In^the. rimtl jpsrthe 4-H Uvctock Is on a&pia: bs^ng 4h� Many1 ep*s^; *|WH*j*; ar, fieve^.f |6 jiroomed.- SiilU^^sKt STORES TO CLOSE/ ' Sandusky' stores and ; other places of business,' � Including county and city offices Wilt be closed Thursday afternoon to permit employAa to attend the Erie-co fair, It was announced following a meeting.v�f'the Sandusky Merchants' association board Wednesday., granges, wonderful displays of fruits, are Open, to the inspection Of the publio, A great many, kinds of ap pies, plums, pearg, peaches, grapes, The Summer Season Is Ovtjr Hind many choice locations such as this one are for rent. FOR RENT-Three nicely fur* nlshed rooms for housekeep. ing, private entrance. Also bath. ga� and electricity. Use ot basement. All mod' ern convenience*. Turn to the "For Rent" cot. uinii on the Classified Want Ad Page for the cuinpiete ad* dress �| this ad. There you'll find W unusmUy fin* m of rourn*, apartmeiit* and home* W set f*r the winter u*\v whll* tbe seJecthtp |* good. Mailt Y�ur Want Ao* to W[AJN 28 FOR QUICK ftUWLTS e^wMawriMl flgt*MW \ Th* woman tOkl DOUft* has hjlg* band hec�m� *orM^ ae^UA* ift w��t*4 to |� t� � da�o*, , , One Policeman. Fgi Minutes After Murder-Ex-Chiefs Lengel On Trial. j CANT^,8ei>t,S^*#r^.�t| Carl Studer agslitttthe W*:|N�> Mellett, editor rt ��^fJg>i News, exhtence �* world slush lun^ *"*�JJ^ * �s meeting of f*i^.*f^^SgMM Lengel �nd Stnder � ***** J*l fore Mellett wn* shot t* *�IH �J? revealed here thbflftf^JV^O gel's hearing betof**th� dytt commission. ' ,v^c CANTON, Sept. timomjr designed' to Bak the pollee department with tta of Don R. MeBett, " was offered today^ai^illM onster charge* agaMMttV fessnti Chief Seranofc A.;L*iticl, htTfln^i operator; testified tlutt flsshed th* ensjrg�*c3^ i lice In M^pa^Wmi . night Meiirtt was *he* tt+ml athbh�n*U�k�>raV**ir ^ 1 oral alarm, *yery ftftymtv th�me
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