Fort Wayne Journal Gazette in Fort-Wayne, Indiana
15 Oct 1913

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15 Oct 1913

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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Fort Wayne, IndianaAverage daily circular Feno for fort Wayne journal Gazette. The Wayne with might and main delivered every Morii ing of the year for 10c a week. Founded. Azulle 1803. Journal 1855. News of the world wednesday morning october 15, 1913. Pages by associated press Price two cents. The real Issue e seekers Are a in opposing Hosey and people w. J. Hosey is the known Friend and Loyal Champion of the municipal lighting Plant and the enemies of that justly popular institution Are against or. Hosey very naturally. They know that or. Hosey Means what he says when he promises the Extension of the system to the Homes of the Humble to the Side streets and the outskirts As Well As the boulevards the drives and the sections owned and controlled by the wealthy. They know that or. Hosey will be absolutely impartial and fair in placing the. Blessing of electric current at a reasonable rate within the reach of All. They know that or. Hosey s administration of the lighting Plant will be in the interest of its they realize that when his term of office shall have expired the lighting Plant will be so firmly established As to be Able to withstand every assault directed toward its future greatness by the corporations and their tools. They measure w. J. Hosey in the Light of his past accomplish ments and find that his every action has resulted for the betterment of the conditions under which the masses live and that honesty and Fidelity to his pledged word have been his watchword. They realize that in w. J. Hosey fort Wayne will have an executive whose will is not subservient to the dictates of corporate ownership advocates real estate Boomers franchise grabbers canal water salesmen or special privilege seekers of any character. And the hate Bill Hosey whom they cannot Bend. Hate him with an All consuming hatred that leads them to resort to any sort of slander libel and abuse in the Hope of discrediting him leads them to falsify Public records leads them to import a slush fund from Philadelphia to accomplish his defeat and to the perpetration of the most Gigantic farce and fraud in the history of fort Wayne the launching of the so called non partisan ticket. And or. Hosey is the Champion of the municipally owned water works system. So very naturally we find aligned against him the men who Are interested in the old feeder canal and Basin and who have for years been seeking a plan whereby they can unload this Mosquito Home upon the City at a fancy Price. Or. Hosey stands for the enforcement of the provisions of the track Elevation Law As they Are now written and is against a system of tunnels and viaducts As advocated by the railroads in the Hope of saddling More of the Cost upon the taxpayers and relieving their own j so the Railroad lawyers and doctors the Bankers and brokers have joined the conspiracy against Hosey and Are engaged in boost ing the cause of the independents and Charles h. Buck whose pledge to the interests was obtained by colonel Jones before he hied him Back to his Philadelphia Bond shop. In or. Buck they have discovered the sort of a tool corporations most Man ready to sink own personality his duty to the Public and agree to say nothing do think nothing until he has been Given the word by his masters. And to keep or. Buck regulated and on the corporation track the have picked out a committee of thirty men just a Little bit shrewder but not a Whit More honest or trustworthy than or. Buck. The coins nation or. Voter that framed up the inde a pendent ticket at Back room meetings and to Day asking Yon to deft it True Friend to follow after tie new and false the god of corporation control and corporation which they have set up for your worship. I . Looks my Abhorrence on to s policy and will not elections As Konsti notional Washington oct. United states government to Day informed provisional president Victoriano Huerta that it looked with Abhorrence and amazement upon his Assumption of both exec live and legislative Powers in Mexico and that in View of his course could not regard As constitutional the elections planned for october 26th. Two notes the one strongly phrased and written by Secretary Bryan inquiring about the safety of the imprisoned members of the mexican Congress and the other drawn in forceful language by presi Wilson himself and said to constitute practically the last efforts of the Washington govern ment to Deal with the Huerta authorities by diplomatic Means unless there is a decided change of spirit on the part of officials in i Mexico City. I the Loiro Zirli John i und had Piu Grested to the Point where i 11. Up to you or. Voter to keep it out of his grasp. Indefinite delay steel Trust Armor plate bid Albany. N. A. Oct. The possibility of an indefinitely Long delay in reaching a verdict As to the guilt or innocence of governor William Sulzer loomed up at his trial to Day. This was suggested when counsel for the impeachment managers asked that the court recommend to the As Sembly the bringing of a new article of impeachment in the event that the testimony of Dun can w. Peck superintendent of Public works and Henry l. Morgenthau. Ambassador to Turkey should be found not to be Elev i ant to any charge contained in the present articles. Whether this testimony was relevant to article tv., Wlinich charges the of for Lornor with suppressing of evidence before the Frawley investigating com i Mitten was the subject of debate to Day in executive session and undecided when adjournment was taken until to Morrow morning. The executive session will be continued to Morrow and on the result of the court s deliberation will de Pend the question As to whether it will proceed to vote now or the fiction of the Assembly on the incs j Ter lion of the new article Washington oct. For Armor for battleship num Ber 39 were opened at the department to Day with Tho must the Midvale steel company Waz Given Tho contract at a total Mymo to the government of ?11v f a the figures of identical bide for Tho same material Ted recently by the Mir Vale car Negie and Bethlehem. In announcing the award Secre tary Daniel declared his intention of continuing to urge the erection of a government Armor Plant. He he waa far from satisfied with the reduction secured by rejecting the original bid., but had accepted the lowest of the new figures in or Der to prevent delay in the completion of the battleship and be cause of the improbability that any further reduction could be obtained now from the three companies which have the Only plants equip Ped to manufacture the plates. Here i tells ing Story of awful it to stand Pat on action m Xico status quo City will not oct. c p the state department accepted the do sement of Sedeneo Gamboa for the presidency As meaning the Elnina Tion of Huerta. And where it was Eon r j that a Tair and free election would he held on october the latest Exchange of notes however president Wilson has Mexico arid the United states act made it Clear that the Washington cording to information Given out at i government had with be events of tin the mexican foreign Otrice late to of night a dictatorship by Huerta most All be Lof seeing a constitutional election held the diplomatic tween Washington and Mexico grow in out of the dissolution of the mex ican for runs and the imprison mint of the deputies have been the subject of intense interest to Day. A either the Rharer d Alt Zitren nor the mexican for earn office Lias made known the Tenor of the. . Noah to o -Shaukhm-km.v, i to appearing deeply concerned mite visits to the. I Utt Lii office and the by the Hierta regime. Other nations notified the Steps t alien by the Vii Ltd u Ere communicated to All foreign govern Nicotr. No fur ther negotiations Are pinned through i Hanneli and it would no. In if John who been a Airik at Vera i Ritz to observe the manner in which the if Erta of ill item carried nut their Promise should return to the United slates at Ollif. 1 inert decrees proclaiming him presidents office mid for several hours self us in charge of the after the meeting of the Cabinet foreign Sci or Mii Heno Loii cedi Hii Vijh i in Hon and refund to maid Alle new York oct. Francis Inch whose Steamer the Volturno was burned at sea with the loss of 136 lives told his Story of the disaster to night. It is a Plain Seaman s tale but in it line by line the horrors of the disaster and the terrible ordeal through which passengers and Crew passed Are brought out All the More clearly perhaps because of the marked directness and simplicity with which the Story is told. From its beginning where the outbreak of the fire which spelled the doom of the Volturno is recorded the narrative runs without the apparent omission of any salient facts but one to the Point where the ship was abandoned the last re the bitter attack on lass Bill new York. Oct. Claring that the Owen Glass cur Rency Bill now before Congress Tomt to preparing which Mexico m to make to the Wash ing ton . Later so nor to Heno said to lilo newspaper men that had finished Tusk hut thai be fore making Public of reply it must submitted for further scrutiny that ministers who ammo cd to Guther it the Dent s office in Evein Lnor. The Moat Rumor which Canie Currem that the Ameri Caln wharf Cut to his passports and that that govern or it the attitude of the i noted states is such that it could no longer continue to receive a. Wahl Nikon report. was Anid that Vres Dent a Niolon s personal reprise Nativi. John . Now it Vera. F Rex would he asked to leave Mexico. Of nor Moreno verbally denied that there was any truth in these rumours my has no such in continued on Page 13 column 3. Is Aid. Formation As to what of the t noted states in Suc have visited by Gale of Awe us Force was born in a caucus and cradled far As my government is in politics since its a. Barton Hepburn chairman of the Chase National Bank of new York attacked to Day the Wilson administration measure. Or. Hep Burn was one of the speakers at the National conference on cur j mexican Conpra a was suppressed no form which opened were possible and that nor thaw t. Sole swooned Down 6n the Coastwise ship Ping on the England coast to Day leave no death and ruin in its Wake. Heroic kept the known loan or Down to one that of cd Ptan Perry of Sandwich who perished in the wreck of his Boa t on Ite Orton Beach. The Barge Sumner r. Mead one of the Twu of t he Ink poll from new York for Iokton piled upon the tip or Cape and her three men were taken off by on the f Coli. He Gnu Ermien Tenda. But so Luff Jet with her Crew l is r. May remain and will Serei vhf every while the attaches of the embassy arc dumb respecting the Ron tent of the waa Hinton memorandum it is Learned from other sources that the american government has notified Rency re i president elected under the con Cal Tuff. Wales. Let. Aster possibly tile greatest in the Lus i mailing passenger taken off and the Captain and what was left of j the Crew boarded the waiting Kroon land. Captain Inch How Ever does not say caused the fire reported simply that the chief officer advised him at ten minutes before seven on the morning of october in of its existence below and that five minutes later the flames had burst through the Forward hatches and were rapidly spreading. Although All possible measures a Ero taken at once to subdue the fire the Captain s Story shows that it waa even then too late to save Tho watch love. The men were trapped to the forecastle and burned to death then Huir fellow sailors helpless to Aid them. Then came explosions which wrecked of the midship Section of the Steamer. The situation was plainly becoming desperate. The Call for help by wireless had gone out As soon a Dis the names shot through the Forward who will collect your income tax j to Day under the auspices of Theodi tons existing would be acceptable new York Academy of political to Washingto science. At the e conference Lead ing figures regard nor the j recognition by administration s Fli Patch to Britain and the of is h of Hon signalling for help. Six men were rescued from the two mailed British Clio once. Cor gift i Earl for x. A. By the surf aide life savers Nantucket. The vessel was expected logo to pieces to fire Mondier on the extra can Norih Fiat of new England i Oast another daring Rescue of four men place what a so flt i i i from a. I Una Ian it easier braved Breakers ii Efti grand Man an x. Li., flu re the British fishing Schooner orca Zanghi to pieces. As usual the Bunmi of Ilie was fell on a Large Coastwise of Yiirs and a rafts. Released from i two weeks fog embargo was rounding the ape. F the South Wales Coal Host Are. Bri Atlin Riili i auth trophies occur Ned lure Terray through ten explosion in the in Erwin Colliery near Here Iii orly us Ter the Day shift of to in crud continued on Page 13 column 1. Cd Josw flatter Cours a adopts Mie future Progress of the _ trial will pro uhf to the surface 60 n matter of speculation. The i Tfir old Niffin the rescuing Imit is arise whether Jan to get the tire under control and this Twenty More at the Bottom if the question would at the necessary majority to vote the new of the As i Articie could pit. This Hope to found bin that in is still Ity that -100 Nien i the bodies Ivo overed articles i those killed in the pit Hend the inc i Deuth Roll numb to sixteen. with oxygen and Mcd cants descended i Shaft it an Early hour thit ing. A crowd of 40.000 distracted Fri obtained. This i nest inn it was suggested a Otill to Likely obo affected by Tho that Many of the assemblymen who voted for the presen i t be candidates it the Fri Minjo and the probability that politics might be injected into the As Sembly action to an acute degree. Even should it be possible to Man sons surrounded the head All n Itrat enough votes in the Assembly to j and another waited for adopt the new article at an Early the Cardiff station Date the Constitution that of continued on Page 13 column 5. Bulletin Dallas to com oct. Five persons Are reported killed and a number injured in a head on collision Between a Dallas Waco interurban passenger car and a work train South of Here to night. Aviator Jewell is thought to Belosi in Atlantic Baptist convention i opens at Logansport Logansport. Ind., oct. Opening session of the Ante Conven Tion of the Liitt tilt Church of Indiana opened Here to night Temple with an add re or. J. V. I Uxer. Local pastor. Falc the appointment of committees or. K. In. Shouha. Pastor of the first that Church of Green Castle delivered Tho annal Sermon. York. Oct. A a v it fruitless Effort to get an to tract of Albertj Jawoll. The aviator. Disappeared Early yesterday the Ait Man and monoplane were still to Nigist. According to beat accounts to night lift lost himself above her Atlantic Ocean and his friends believe he perished by drown ing. Fishermen Hunt is and school Hildren in Island towns Tenn Hampstead where Jewell fair ascended and Rockaway Point re night thursday fight for the currency Bill clashed with i Germany tie foreign minister said to hankers opposed to the measure. Uirt it thin he Imd no in Torma senator Robert 1. Owen sponsor in if. As extremely in Many of Vliem worked n. An Lior representative j hint Orcal Britain would Wilh the loss of soils Anil Carter Glass who led the Light for Iii her policy. Cilins the recent to Tii imy. Hill in the House and representative ajar tech of a Neil . The in nov a. Whit nov Robert j. Bulkeley. Of Ohio member of Lionel Harden to the me Vii Aii . J was inn Vineyard Haven the House committee on Hanking Stel of. Considered would not currency defended the have Tafton and the Fri list for plan. Arthur Reynolds of Des Moines. intentions. The 3 column 4. I be he thought would Courtesy. N tug Jet t a narrow on tuck Ernick Shoals. She sighted the Rece or Gresham to a i blaster from the clutches Sli oals. Railroad head tells my in Washington to Day was Man of the Washington. Oct. Forecast for wednesday mid thursday de to Day a v i or see n an Aero plane. From their statements there is reason to believe that Jewell flew West As far As Springfield and there turned n the in print j Fotitch toward the open act. Whether of Welcome by Strong winds swept him along his will or he lost bin Wense of direction is it question. Was flying toward Staten Island intending to Tako part in yester Lay n Aerial Derby Manhattan Island. Mesday c and cold . _. Crate Wintis becoming North win fair wednesday thursday fair and com Arla Lilc winds rec ionic no West. Lower colder Liy West and nor Ilasi. Illinois. Cooler by no kit fair and cooler Moder ate variable lie Commik North Well warmer in nut portion thursday fair and colder mod Erate South winds shifting to West and Northwest. What if or. Buck did sell liquor in his grocery now and then they Don t dare to say that he sold a drop subsequent to the passage the Proctor Law in said judge Aiken in his speech at the knitting Mills last night. I what indeed Lill Cado oct. Explanation i i i j i o f f at the petitions for rat. Increases Tiit a j merely that the charge made by William s. O Rourke that can l dilate Buck for years operated a Blind Tiger at his Broadway Gro Selling contraband whisky by the drink cheating the City out of fees justly due it from a retail liquor License and setting at Defiance i aws the state Are True n every detail. Re to Day. The Sale of whisky without a retail License prior to 1911 was just Railroad rates have a of the Law As a Sale subsequent to that Date. By Star Erin us for some Lime hoi i said. The proposed increase is mod the Only reason or. Duck surrendered his government License Erate and will hear hut lightly on any anti retired from the Blind Tiger business after the Proctor Law particular unit or if the rail of n i j. E roads Are to c the necessary j went into effect was that the Proctor Law made the holding or a gov with which to provide the emment License and a Stock of liquor without a retail License Prima the j Facie evidence that the Holder of the government License was engaged try this increase in rates is it Ceas j in the business of running a Blind Tiger and subject to a Fine of and six months imprisonment in the county jail. A pretty stiff penalty for even so hardened a lawbreaker As or. Buck to contemplate. Or. Buck quit because he was shrewd enough to see that he could t go on As he had and Hope to escape capture. It was not equipment provided. This has i i. Been through the of j because of any change of heart or any moral reformation. He became a Good citizen because he was afraid to remain a bad one. And this is the candidate the corporations backed by its Hench men the committee of thirty backed by the pious Sentinel backed by the fort Wayne news and the repudiated office seekers whom railroads Kross earnings have shown r considerable increase since the last hearing of the interstate com Merce commission in 1910 due to in creased business handled. This in creased business could not have moved except for the amounts of additional capital which greatly added to the Tho railroads must pay. Tills the greatly increased rates of pay. Is As the increase in other expenses and taxes seriously reduced the re turn on the capital invested and lessened the margin Render it difficult to can be induced on . As tobit How invest to provide the Capi Tal no Cessn by to keep the transportation facilities up to require w. J. Hosey found unworthy of Trust Are putting Forward to defeat or. Hosey to Day painting him As a Champion of purity a Friend of the common people and the Moses who is to Lead us to the promised land

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