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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio WITH GOVERNOR HARMON AND PROGRESSIVES FACIMG A CRISIS IN FIGHT TO SECURE REFORM LEGISLATION, COLUMBUS NEWS IS INTEREST ING TODAY.. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 191 WILL LEAD MINORITY ON FLOOR OF HOUSE England And France Wan Same Advantages As Would Be Given Canada. TAFT HAS ANSWER; WILL DENY CLAIMS Failure Of Speaker Clark To Mention Pact Is Consider- ed Significant. WASHINGTON, April The announcement from Paris and London that both France and Eng- land will ask that tyiey be given reciprocity treaties the same as that now being negotiated by the United States with Canada, caused no alarm at the White House to- day. President Taft stated that he had anticipated this and ihas already prepared an answer to show that the treaty with Canada is a give and take measure and does not entitle other powers to claim similar treatment With the receipt of the president's message in congress, devoted entire- ly to reciprocity, this subject claimed the most attention today. The read- ing of the message was received with silence in loth houses. The failure of Champ Clark in. his speech of acceptance yesterday to in- clude the reciprocity agreement In Ilia program of legislation is declared today by the republicans to indicate that the democrats are not unanimous on the matter. They Insist it will held up. The democrats nAy demand other tariff revision as a price for ratifying the treaty. The plan tariff revision to be recommended to the house by the committee on ways and means was taken up at a conference today. There is a division of opinion in the committee, as to whether the Ca- nadiaa reciprocity measure should be presented as a separate bill, or should have attached to it revised schedules embracing parts of the existing tariff law such as the woolen or cotton schedules. It Is understood that the demo- cratic members of the committee have a reciprocity measure in slight- ly different terms than the JlcCall administration bill and that it may 'he p.esented >by Chairman Under- wood. Representative Hull, of Tennessee, is the author of a hill for an income tax on all salaries or incomes of 5B, MO or more derived frf.n any source whatever, unless otherwise taxed, to be assessed at the rate of James R. Mann. LAST EDITION NUMBER 151 Has Chance To Save Central Board Bill, Mutilated In the Senate. A NEW "WET" CITIES BILL Stinging Special'Message Or Extra Session May Be Used as "Big Stick" Former Mayor of Chicago "Comes Back" Strong, De- feating Prof. Mernam. (Continued on Page 6) CHICAGO, April does not want to be not so much as to be noticed. This s the interpretation put upon the re- sult of yesterday's election. There must bo decency in the conduct of the city's affairs, but the "lid" will not be derated. Carter H. Harrison, for the fourth ime, was elected major, defeating Prof. Charles B. Merriam, republican ind reformer, by a plurality of "he vote: Harrison, democrat, Merri- am, republican, Rodriguez, socialist, The tidal wave that swept Harri- son and his associates to victory took in every part of the city. Milton J. Foreman, alderman of COLU.MBCS, 0.. Aiall Harmon today held a lengthy confer- ence with several of his closest politi- cal friends as to what steps he taken to foice tht- Icgisljtuic lo carry out some ot the pionosed irtorms. As a consequence it srvms certain that the govemor will either cull an extra stssion or else send a ird hot mes- sage to the legislature placing the full h'ajne for the tuilure to can-y out the platform pledges on mrmheis of tho ass-embly. ThPro is think practically worthless has been unless rendered house iltvl wurLiiieEs and unless thp nson, but without effect to stop the changes it. the governor nmy along WaS Sweepmg hlm School furniture men are given credit Mr. Harrison declared the _ States. J-- dispatches declare there was a secret conference between Gomez and Seuor De La Barra before the latter started for Mexico City. Girl And Lover Informed Of Blood Relationship, Barring Marriage, Suicide. CLEVELAND. 0., April up their lives when their love affair Frank L. Cable, Tuesday after- noon appo rsted receiver of the property of Vie People's Portland Cement Co. which for the past year has been equipping the pro- posed monster cement plant in the West End, Wednesday morning filed with the clerk of the United States court at Toledo his bond In the sum of and by so do- ing, qualified for position and assumed his duties. The filing Tuesday at Toledo of the bill in equit> with Chas. L. Wagner- of this cuy. orator, against the Peo- ple's Poitland Cement Co., did not occasion great surprise as rumors of contemplated court action have been rife for some time. While the suit i wai brought individually by Mr. ner, he reinvents local interests own. ing of stock held by himself, Dr. H. J. J. B." Herman, Louis Duennisch. Charles P. Fucis and E T. Paulson. Other prominent stockholders of the company who were also identified with tha Lake Shore Portland Cement Co. fore it was absorbed by the People's company are C L. Engels. one of officers of the new company, and d G. Bennett. Although the petition was filed at ledo, the case was presented to Judgs Killits at Cleveland by J. SHELBYVILLB, Ind., April attempting to rescue his wife and daughter from their home tordlu cyclone struck it at an early 'hour this morning, Timothy Lewis wad tght in the collapsing wall and kill- as were also the wife and dattgh- ter. Lewis had first escaped ifrom the house but returned to rescue his family. JOHXSOX WE4KEE CLEVELAND, O-, April though the condition of Tom L. John- son waa considerably weaker today, physicians declared there was no cause for serious alarm today. He is now in a state of complete exhaus- tion because of inability to assimilate even milk. Ott were buried today in separate cemeteries. The girl had drowned herself: the young man, her lover, took poison. The young man recently came from Germany and boarded at the Neumeister home. Mrs. Neumeister surprised the young people in a pas- her husband was the father of both and ordered young Ott from the house. Ott. it seems, knew that Neu- melstpr was his father, but the girl nas ignorant of the facts. The double suicide followed. The girl was very devout and af- ter her dream had been shattered, went to the church where she had been confirmed. Then she sought the lake, probably in company with Ott. There is a gloomy parallel to the case in the history of the roval house of Hapsburg, Austria-Hungary. More than forty years afro. Em- ,emB cd returns show that the people are with Cetone put in thf amendment which me, and I appreciate that more than I exempts political subdivisions from can say. tne vote of confidence that! the obligation to buy supplies made has been given. I can only repentifn state Institutions" and also the _____ ln 'his hour of victory what I havejclause providing that in awirdine- MET HANDS said throughout the campaign. T wiiij preference shall be WASHINGTON, D. C., April r Goveraoi- Harmon and William Jennings Bryan have "met." The meeting took place on the floor of the house of representatives jes- be mayor time. terday afternoon. They shook hands while the democrats arose and cheered and waved American flags. It was a prejtty, 1 of all the people all the "I am pledged to give to Chicago the best that there is m me." Professor Merriam conceded his de- feat, and in a statement congratulated bidders in the locality of the Institu- tion for which supplies arc to be pur- chased This nullifies trn plan economies by central purchasing. bv bis for He Ca- Mr. Harrison. Mrs. Merriam said: u.uoc "I am satisfied with the fight we small have made. We have presented is- sues of decent, honest, economical and progressive government squarelv to the voteis in a way that cannot fail to help conditions. The battle must be fought not once, but man} times, in the long run will have cess I wish to thank my friends Mr Harrison. I ilect well hill of Preble, Johnson of Franklin T'-P a-nr-ndment carried IS (Continued on Page 6) HERE ARE SOME RESULTS OF "VOTES FOR WOMEN" FIKST WOJTAX MAYOR HUNNEWELL, Kan., April Mrs. Ella Wilson, the first woman ever elected mayor of a city in the united States, and who has just been declared legally elected may- or of Hunncwell, today announced that hereafter the town will be strictly A woman chief of police will also be appointed so that the mayor will not be hood- winked by a thirsty male chief of polite DEFEAT SOCIALISTS MILWAUKEE, April thousand women voters of this city succeeded yesterday in preventing the socialist city administration getting control of the educational and judicial branches of the city government. Every socialist can- didate was defeated and the vote of the women made possible the elec- tion of five non-partisan members of the school board and a district and chil judge. Killits. The law firm of King and Ramsey is associated with Hertleia and Fiesinger in the action. H. J. Kellogg, president, and Arthur S. Ford, secretary and treasurer of the company, are named as defendants in the bill along with the People's Portland Cement Co. The petition sets forth that the corporation exist) under the laws of the state of Wash, ington and that Kellogg is a resident of Girardo, Mo., and Ford a resident of Chicago, HI. Among other things, Ford is accused by the pe- titioner of wrongfully and corruptly appropriating to his own use bonds at the par value of for con. sideration which were only pretended bv the company's secretary. Mr. Wagner sets forth that the Peo- ple's Cement Co. was incor- porated with capital stock. He alleges that Ford Is the owner oj a majority of the capital stock jearsYater Rudolph fhc "y and loved the Countess Marie V tha Vetsera, accounted the loveliest mem I, I Cemattt her of the Austrian court. She the nineteen j ears of age. j One day Rudolph was summoned before his father, the emperor. What !ook place In the conference anc never knewn. but it is i Sandusfcy. 300 acres of marl (Continued on Page 5) WASHINGTON, D. 'C, April j The democrats in the house ti''s aft- tornobn successfully tested out Hie steam roller that came into their lands yesterday with the democratic to majority. As a consequence by a vote the new mavor of 198 to 135 the fprced the adoption ef a gag iiiU1 thaf will Socialist Mayors, choke oft delay in "adopting tha new OMAHA. Apiil 5-Thrre house inles that we.e upon in braska cities. Beatrice Wuiv.rp and caucus. Tne republicans fciurht hard I Red Cloud, vesterday elected socialist hi'it thP I mayors. The ney mayor of Beatrice, but the demwiate run their steam city of people, is W. E Grit- roller over them nuaout compunc-j fen, who formerly, drove the city's ticn- I sprinkling wagon. MAYOR-ELECT OF CHICAGO ArfD HIS UNSUCCESSFUL RIVAL, RECIPROCITY IS SOLE SUBJECT OF MESSAGE WASHINGTON, April pres- ident today sent the following mes- sr.gie to consress. To the senate and house of repre- Benta lives: I transmitted to the sixty-first con- gress, on Jan. 26 last, the of the reciprocal tiade agreement which had been negotiated andcr my direction by t-he secretary of state wjth tbe rep- resentatives of the Dominion of Can- ada. This agreement was the con- summation ot earnest clforts. exttnd- ing over ft periori of nearly a year, on the part of botli govei nnwnts to ef- fect a trade arrangement which, sup- plomenting as It did the amicable Settlement of of a diplomatic and political character trat had been readied, would mjtualb promote and would strengthen the friendly relations now existing The agreement in its intent and In Its term? was eunomic and commercial, wtile the general sub'l i ject was under discussion the cotn- Miis'iiineis. i frit cl the scn- I timent of the ot i'ir I'nueil J States was such that tlie> wpl- i come a. mtasurc which would rcsilt 1 in the increa-o of trade on 'loth sides of tiie liii', n up tho prodiicth r. s-nin ,'t, of Cana-la. tr> thn w. At 0'. our own consumers on jntaufous cc-ndi- tlon.o. and a' tini" a broadfr outlet pr-lucts of our farm- .IT! vin'r. of indiis- Detail a 'of t'lis find '--arlly cD.iHl nor be puWic the r-micrences wen1 pendinsr Wlion, the fu'l the aersement with the c ncr- and da- la its nur, and Its scor" hecs-rv1 to the people tlin ni'osup to conirress, it apparent tha' Uif liponed fruits of labors of the commissioners nirt with (Continued on Page 8.; when Rudolph was gone, found the emperor senseless upon the floor. The tale that he had told his i son had nearly killed him in the tell- ing. That dav, January 30. issil. Marie A drank uoirnn in the Schloss Majerlmg. Rudolph's hunting lortgel in the forest, and the body" of Ru-' dolph, with a biilh-t wound" throusoj Rin MortnflflP Filpri the- heart, was lifted from beside the IVIUIlOa9e couch where the girl lay dead. Not for several days did the court admit that Rudolph had killed himself, but I the tragic stoiy had alreadv raced through Vienna The em Tor's' heart has luted tiom the blow I By Sandusky Portland Cement Co. as Security. LOCKS BOY IX FRKHJIIT CAR PHILADELPHIA, P.u Arill -.-In- terest in the K-ar.'i tor Coinliii- RoKcrs. 12 years old. who I" on missing fiom his h-jsn. hrip in a weik. was when P. Rogers, an as'-i-tant d'-Urii t at- toino> of Philadelphia and uni !e of 'ho bov j rani snjina Coinellua l.wn lo i in freijc'it by tN- w-lUer whc h.ul bepu prose cutcd In the g'vstait distriu utlor- and a.1- a i nurrfie hai; S-nrd four yeais' siuimciit m the ppui- .entiary. iior. dollif are few anfl i r..r hut there was one filed iii ifu- i ounty rerorner's office 1 na> i'fprnoon by the Samluskv Port- i ipd cnnmany of Ohio, tho Trust oomijanv of Xew York: liie Real and rei- son'tl jivoneriv of the Sandusky Ifinrt Cement companies of Ohio. IIH- nois and Indiana are secured by thfl The niorm.ico recites that on March 23 the issuance of l.tmo in tha sum of each The iK'nris are made payible at the r'ti.'er- Trust company, ip C'knei.ind ThtTo arp 'o the mortgage. ERIE -COUNTY'S PURSE QblTEFAT, THANK YOU That there is a net cash balance of icarh m the Kne county reasury. and that the books of Treasurer Kerlier and his .is-isiants >re in excellent condition, is stated in he report o; S. E. Hjrilwell, nnd 1. kelson Smitli. examiners, filed rebate Judge Sluane Tuesday after- noon. The amount of the cash nre readies Me large total of 4S.4S. Of this amount. 4S is in he treasury and the rest divided a long the banking institutions of the ounty, as Banking 4 Tr.ust company, Commer- ial National Bank, Third s'aticmal Exchange Rank Ranking corauany Erie county Baakins companj, and lierlin Heights Banking com- JJO.OOO. The balances in tne different funds are divided as follows: UndlTided general tax, fili: aadMded liquor tax. -infirmary, IS.174.- children's home. dog, bnildinK. lt.331.67: conitr ditch. 41.4S7: teachers !fiS. prohate judge's fees sttte and county road improvement, j 3S7.76; Huron Indge riiref fund, I The total is, U< overpayments, amowting to reduce this net cash Probate 'Morac list week. Toey rifU ten working upon the rvyott tM their lEWSPAPERr ;