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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio LAST EDITION THE SAN-DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911 NUMBER 99 GOVERNOR HARMON IS 65 Another Caucus to Be Held To MIOO Consider Popular Election of Senators. COLUMBUS O Feb Even section of tbe coimtn lepre Dented among the congratulate v messages which piled on the of Governoi Judson H umon toJ to lemmd mm of hia'siMv fifth anmveisarv Mam of the took to ex press favorable n ic- gard to the 1-Umon bo m for the democratic fi evidential nonnnd PICTURES OP MISSING OIEL AND CIRCULAR BEING SENT TO ALL CITIES OP WORLD TO AID POLICE IN SWEEPING SEARCH THE WEATHER ANOTHER HEARING ON DEAN BILL PLANNED Temperance Committee Now Has It in Charge and Will s Meet Next Tuesday. COLUMBUS, O, Feb on able to agree on a report at its meeting held after a conference with the governor yesterday the senate democratic caucus commit tee on legislation regarding the election of United States senators decided to hold a meeting early next Following that meet Ing a meeting of the caucus will again be held Senators Green Hudson and Stockwell are agreed on a bill in line with that now pending and bearing Stockwell 5 name but Senator Cetone is decid edly against it and Senator Dore is inclined to stand by him. Governor Harmon did not indorse the exact phrasing of the Stockwell Mil, saving he had lacked time to gne the details careful attention but he made it clear that he thought the i nines of party senatorial candidates should on the ballot In the same as candidates for president and MCP president He wanted the legis laturo to be a body to register the popular choice as presi drutial electorjf do for president Senator Dore aald he had been Bounding sentiment in his district anu could find no demand for anything as radical as the Stockwell hill All the people wanted in his opinion a workable senatorial primary law Governor Harmon replied that he had been hearing fiooi see tion of the state Practically -without exception these reports it clear that the people -wanted as direct an election of senators as the federal constitution TpiU permit and would hold the democratic party responsible for broken platform pledges if it is rot provided la a bill that may he passed The result of the governor s stand be seen m the vote on evety pro gresslve measure It will brag Into line wavering democrats and greatlj improves the chince fof complete re demptlon of all party pledges- It may give impetus to the strong move n ent to hold Lieut Qov Pomerene as senate piosid-mg officer until the end of the session The house made quirk work of the Dean bill by giving it two leadings and sending It to the tempeiance crmmittee "When the committee ref erenee was asked for there was a chorus of discordant shouts fern Gives Evidence of Possible Support for .Presidential Nomination in 1912 WERE OPPONENTS IN PAST (Continued on Pago Six) BY LOYAL TROOPS Give Warning to Foreign Consuls of At- tack on City. BATTLE EXPECTED TONIGHT Preparations By Red Cioss and Otfieis to Care For The Wounded, EL PASO Tex t p on the cltv of Juaie? b iebe! forces under General will not com mence this afternoon actoidmg to megtengeif) arrivin" hire tod v The attack has n po t oned for the rea- son that sent into Tuare? to warn fort gn consuls of the com ing ficht accoidm? to tpodttn wa fare requirement have been captured bv the fedeialb and not allowed to de liver then messaces Tl e attack how is cons dcred cirH n to come to night DPS] eftoitb aie be ng todav bv tUe government to get leinfoiceinents into the oil The house n Juarez veie 1 urncd last ni M aid the lodav clo ed ui t ift r he troul) P Rcl cotp-> ate be in" and ariangpin dip being made to the wounded n the comnt, bat Ir caied for at I 1 1 aso hospitals The bordn is hems heavih pitioled to that tne revolut onists clo no i u n] t to t nter the c v 01 Juare? ovu American snl i Now The Commoner Lauds Work Done by Wilson and Hopes Foi Mote IIVCOUN Neb Teb Gov Woodrow Wilson of v leisev imv hive the sup] 011 of J Bnan foi the democratic i residential nomina tion in 1912 despite the bitter opi osi tiol that has existed tnem since 1896 accoiding to an aiticle ip pearmg in the (ommonei todav laud mg the New Ieisej governoi Bivan sajs In the mric of eveiv lover of popular gov eminent the Comraoner thanks Governor foi his pain otic efforts and the fight he made to send James F Maitme to the Lmited States senate e hone that Gov Wilson will also help democrats who irsist on keeping the paitj tiee fiom cornorate influences Let us hope in the fight that w ill be made in the lat'onal conention in 1912 against the control of the spe cial Inteletts the governor of New Jersey will he foil yi_fghtmg to the upbuilding of a denied atic partv tnat will to free fiom the dminltion of the tiust Praises NEW 'YORK Feb article in the current issue of the Outlook to dav supposed to refect the senti ments of Col Roosevelt no1 only stronglv endorses the New Republi can Progressive League but suggests that a smiul should he formed bj the democrats The article savs in part WP welcome the olgamzation of the National Progiessive Republican league to promote popuja- gov eminent and progiesstve legislation as a sign that in ore c' our gieat pa t es it seen that special mtpiest vs public welfare is paramount issue IS FOR BILL NATIONAL CORN DAY SUITABLY OBSERVED COLUMBIS 0 Feb was National Corn Day on the calendar of the National Corn Exposition and U was made notable bv m a tractive program of exeicises SpCakeis fiora all the leading coin moving states were henrd this aftnnoon while at toe great com binquet "losing the u tonight the speakers in cmde Secretary of tuio Mil 'on Scnitor Clapp of Minnesota Sen tor Burton of Ohio and othei men ot i ational lejmtation MATCH TRUST HEAD OSDEES SACRIFICE Ohio Senators Sounded Out On The Sulloway Pension Meas- ure Now Pending. STAR JOURNAL BVRBiU Munsey Building WASHINGTON Feb Dick has introduced in the senate the petition of the Tiades and Laboi sembl) of Sanduskv prajing for the enactment of legislation to mmigrntion Ntimeions letters and petitions are being received bv the Ohio senators with lefeiencc to the Sullovvaj pen "ion hi'l M B DeShon of land wrote a rather lengthv letter Betting forth aiguments in behalf of the bill and asking that it be supported In ipnh Senitor Dick wrote tl at he would take pleasure n rendering the itmost assistance m curing the enactment of the bill Senator Burton simph stated that he would give (he bill attention when it conies befoie the senate Action in the mattei of appomtin" a new federal for the leveland district is expected soon Attonvv Cenenl was expected to fie his report with the president to dav on the qualifications of U C Pen man foimer Ohio attornev taeneia! for the place Judge of louncTotown is here seeking the aj pomtmen LOOK FOR--MISSIN6 THE BEST EPIGRAM WASHINGTON Feb 1 resentative A P Gaidner of Massachusetts made a con gressional epigram that convulsed the house committee on mles He was arguing for a Ulle to bring his immigiant ilhteiacv hill up for a vote in the house Some one him if the membets of the hoise woiildnt vote ncn a rule 1 down and satisfv then consciences maintaining thlt the Cession is too shoit lor the considei atlon of the bill Some of us unfoitunate pel sons findx that our consciences aient half as hard to as on const tuenc es lettllncd Ml Gardner I et me congi it ila e jou upon the best epigiam of the ses ston said Rt) lesentatue Champ Clark a member of the commit tee I- orecast tonight OF colder Saturd iv 1 tmpTature at 7 a m 24 de- grees Temperature one vear ago 32 decree- sun rises Saturday at 6 "1 a m md at 4 >2 p m (Mandaid time t 1 M wind velocltv for >4 ho irs t-ndiny a 10011 todav mile uorthwtst at PI Thurs d afteinoon MET INI If Tom Blade Confronts His ter's Slayer, Frank Fox, in Flint Prison. PRISONER ADMITS THE CRIME, SAYS SHERIFF Verdict for The Defendant In Unusual Milan Case In- volving a Note. Murderer Left His Wife Tues- day and Evidently Went Direct to Flint, CONTRADICTORY EVIDENCE President Knapp, of Telephone Company, Denied State- ment of Miss Wahl, Her Mother Located in Florence and a Companion May Be Missing Girl. FLORENCE Peb 3 here is slight doubt that Miss Doiothv Arnold theldav rooming no agieement had New York millionaire s daughter who been reached it noon an adjournment disappeaed fiom that cftv Dec 12 fa I was taken until 1 o clock in Hoieucc an been for some1 The testimonv in the case fin ished late Thursdav afteinoon and the aiguments heuin The heauntr of the testimonj and the arguments of conn bom., out about two houis ell told tht jurv m the is if the looil Tdeplun Co of BelloMio a g John ihl o' Milan i sun :o on l i ote re turned i verdict foi the defendant it o clot I Indlv afternoon This ve did ii, takiii b hei friends as i vimii ition of Louise foimeilj connected with tne Milan of t'ce of tin. telephone conipuiv The note Ind been e ven bv vvahl to make up i bluitaiji of ?JOO in the offlre and is Ic ilauned to sive ON diughter fioin ariest Then he icsisted paiv i ent of the note alleging that theie lind been no consideiatiou for it Jurois sim afteiwaid tint thev felt Hi it the gul had not taken the mo nex The fust ballot stood 8 to 4 for the defendant it was sucl The ser ond ballot btood 9 to 3 On the ihird fouith ballots the vote was 10 to and then the balloting continued I to 1 foi the defendant until the ugh h ballot when all hvelvt voieii 101 the defuidnt foi the defense said it Ind not vet I ecn decided whether the case would he earned tip Aftei aiguments bv the attornejs and the chaige of the court, the vvas submitted to the ]urj at 10 30 Fu Sjtctal to the Star Journal FLINT M ch Feb Blade of Sanduaky arrived in Flint this morning and took charge of the remains of his sis- ter Ella who was murdered at her home here early yesterday morning When Blade reached Flint he went directly to the jail and a few minutes later was brought face to face with his brother in law, Franklin Fox of Beaver Falls, Pa, who is accused of the murder The two recognized other but that was all Neither was In a mood to converse with the other According to Sheriff Parkhurst Foj has admitted his crime but doea not di vulge his motive The authorities howevei cling to the theorv that POT was mcen-ed when Miss Blade refus ed to go to Pittsburg to lire with j him and that the motive was jealousv dupatch from the chief of at Beavei Tails that Foi left hi" home theie Tuesda and advised his wife that he vvas going to Pittsbnrg The authorities here sav that he did not go to Pittsburg hut came directly to Flint Mrs (.itheilne Talbot a sister of the mnrdired woman who carries a slight wound in the shoulder from a bul let shot bv the murderer and three other witnesses to the crime have pool tivelv identifed Fox as the murderer it is exneited that he will be brought to trial within a few days A formal diai 51' of murder in the w ill be bro ight against Fox late to- daj as he admits the crime WM premeditted time Hei mother is heu that is certain Mrs Arnold with two other women is living m a villa outside the cltv jbhe has been positivelj identified but [the other womui have been so closely whenever thpv ippeaied in pub lie tha tlin f ituips tannot bt 1 I ceined In spite of tint the identifica tion of the von one as Doro hue lasted five davs bieakmg All the tecent lecoids at the court In the te'-timonv Thursdav after ooi toiitrulictorv stiTements is to n uteis ot tact made by Miss I t u c ihl IIH! Pie ideut Knapp Bir BILTOIOBE BLIZE i JHB Feb 4 fire which canard a propprtv loss of 000 and lighted up the harbor and city for destroved the new pier of the Old Bav Line companv on the water front carlv thia morning together with tilt offices and freight thv Arnold ib almost, positive The the companv The to raei testified thiid non-ins idtntitv has not been that lornur Mm gei Chailes lirown leartu d but she is supposed to be altukl m Knap s piesence he 'friend who is aiding Mrs Mnold to di 1 not beljeve tie the girl which mvsteiious disapi eared from The thiet women have been moving'tile cish driwer of the about fiom plate to place in the vicm- itv of Morenci? PORTSM01 TH t The -on dition of Georg II itkms presi of the state hoaul of i tiblu oiks is rep rted nittrh impovpd md complete ret oven lo n )w expected President Tafl iL la now will speak m CoJumb is Feb 10 at National Coin He is pected to the Canadian i procitj agreement Congiessman ideison todiv cured an mere ise of pension to 1 er month for ri H He-Felfingei the Sanduskv Soldiers Home the lUMSTRtSTTROBE CONCORD H Fl v of the legishtuie t'lp birthpla e Hoiare Greelev itj Aiaheist will narl od bv a tablet WASHINGTON Feb ative Stanlev of Kentuckv made a for sp Hv five-minute plea in the house of lep ?24 i resentativts for action bv that bodv on of his rpsol i ion railing for an lion of the I nited States Steel coipoi itioi He chatactPii? d th0 coiopia o o tion as a tlffi nt and peinic or ions v and dfimnded that the be gti Itv r i i how h srh or power- ful be brni lit t the bai of justice Blown denied ever making sin h ctatement and Knapp declare! tin' nothing of that natuie was evei said n I is presence Much Intent was manifested a i long Mil in i Mdentb in tne lesult of the oa e and mam of ihull iivt leen in atteudaiue dtu ng the trial OF FREE VOTES IQ At Last Are We On the Eve of "Bonus Day" In the Grand Baby Contest, a Day That Will be One of Re- joicing To All Active Workers. Hesitates to Declare Himself in Favor of Canadian Reciprocity HOUSE CAUCUS IS CALLED Demociats Likely to be Whip- ped Into Line For Measure Divided lur us? the se ?ne f031 he 11V> JU' Confident I eb, tho "Tex "in in MI tioru s will ciptu e the cifv of J a d P h tbo eeit of the I.PVO finnan government there berore nightfall is the s it rr HP bv Mido o 1 eid of the an rebellion in aib patchra to fi lends here Pi 7 vvil ]e diuei from Mexico in tbm men hs aftcr June? taHen declared of tie of Ala mes nee 1 ere tori-n Bv this move wo v ill 'nu c 11 i bel i ciu t and tbo ne of o n virtor es can be cl'p] find t vhn fejrr to t ke tn o ei s and in our be ause of tbe sin eion cf nevs will flock to oni ftaMaid hnvp now 12000 l i m thp field i double the foi of the government. The Diamond Alitch C ompan pop il ulv n ine match I tr s of w i c i O C IHrbe jf Akroi is tin lecening i voliino of fnvi Mt rven ns o a ic'ett hnaanitiritn ici and aipu enth (rves it In his innua' to con 'giess President T ft lecommcndtd h it a pioh bitive t t itlace'' u on ibe man ificti i of i bite nosphor uc matches There i (I now- in congress i bill dd n? th use of ch m t' e manufnfiure of match c It was fe eu however tha because the trist cnn rolled bv patent the process 01 makmg sea Tin ide the onlv rerosnizpf1 harmlp s ma ch legislation would gne the Diamonr1 companv a virtual nionoplv and drne indepea dents out of business 1 he trust was appealed to, and bos voluntarih this .latent Tha act The uav fw the desired prohibitive legislation Feb that possibh a trick vet unex plained Shei nan to ciot h de dm" vote whici put the s il bill thio thel pnbl cin are insr toddv I Clarence tlie lew deno crntic serntoi fro n t who had been in at neon rlH eared i ?t the timr his vote needed The re ult a te ml Sherman ctoocl b the s ibsid i eo Senator Bu ton who posed the mea ure dent the bill will be clefea ed m th house a ter of fact ice Prebidpn en Mr rp inn incpd Mr nl PIC nt 1 it he awn on in ort int bunnies'- the final rec ilf hor a ne the opt onen of tbp 1i 1! m ill nf t] e democrat 1 ihit Mr Vg on bid the dv I m0 conuuctrd I tht ATaDontll t ro Svndicm of I ne I i u t P Sandu 1 v S 11 Iinr ml 1 lonov s tl e liv the d of all div> n 1 i-, i unnjo'h 1 i t >rd bipil me tition for fini uid foitnnf tOld an 1 dlorj for tin dear, i t e d i If 1 lutings, of Erie c Jimtj 1 ind mi D n i UP a s one nut inn 1 etwten i u and tt unv n >r o ti j loo t single tlun t i w 11 HL in vet vo ir li i f ck "n 1 n in i th i 01 mubt dins com i ut )i not do '-o von mav bo enmlh (hit it vou don t ('o rvtbiri; n for tha utlc rl PI il who.e fiti. in this creat i ice for f in c mil fortu n t tireh in ur Ifejine v 11 find others ah( id >f v jur dn bitioiN for their little vou ire foi voui own is ts to w n the faint md for une which ire to be the fu lillri nt ot this coit st as vrm nnv b If It U on! intunl thit this slum d ho so for victo-v m thi ereit me will have tl o tfict of plucii a voui t abv n i sochi nai- on a pinna of tain if Ita-ft th" tonal of anj >taei I ibv in tc siv nothin' 01 h ib-taiti il r ward of which is to ace the ii tinction ik on eirnestH ztaloush Intel STAR JOIRNAL BLRE41 Munset Building D C Feb re Arderson of the Sandusky di1! iRt hesitat TO declare in favor cf be Canadian recii rocit) treati He ij the onh democri ic member of the OM o d legition except Sharp of SJv na who has not come into an Ohio notrttk nc In favor of the bill 11 tit aereement fivored bj Presi dent Tilt e ntndied n the McCall I ii which will probiblj be lepoited to 11 week gets throagh that bodv it wil be due largel> to ne democra b have issued a t nicu- tall for Mondav night the mirontv will be whipped into line for the measure The republicans are j split up on the proposition (f n i UP! on page 3. EDITOR KEPT FROM PRISON BY TAFT In consequence the U lie m ule ded a tim011 ci s icce '-ive roll call He t talk of a nneslipa saved the bill from defeat tion of tie m inner in which be ob thru helped pass it and then bv tamed hi elect on lenewed It to force an nre-jis tint of the demo vented action on the resolution for trats Tie the tT k the of pissed the bill author Tbe vo t i passage of the ub the pivnpnt lv the de sidv hill bo i in committee of the i artment for the earning of mails of and in the senate proper per mile on outward vovicp to and and on adjo irn clif-s Vmer can hi lit meat 17 avei to noes On all three, ilvin? hetwe n ports anl occasions -the vice president voted In in the lanan the affrmatlve The closeness of the eon and ra'ia and between Amer ican and in South America that has n ofP and on I gomh of the equito- and IIP pavment for more than ten m the sen [of per mile to third class ate together with the disappearance ican ships slmilorlv engaged It is of Senator was j-ledeed1 explicith declared that no contract to against mail shall be awarded to an person or 01 bined to make one of the most exr j pontion engaged in an> competitive mg leftislatue davs in tQe memorv transportation bv Rail or who ia em thp veteran senator plojod in exporting or imnorting mcr Mr was in the aeuate chandlee ID his own lint, and perhaus to uUtuiato de i feat and disi a Its aH w 11 an! 1 vou an gome to do t! s md that hi in competitions of this nftuit aa in in thi life u s oonnt and ic'm-. bpeak louder thin It s me to rt. quire of w >r! if vou i e to bf successful in much work as a matter of fict in Iffitis iMe work 1 ut the victorv n one won is go ins to bf1 full ml coupMit for vour la' >r supreme "ratification which it will 'H diire to afford vot to vour Htti? favorite crowned the ainst popular babv m j Er e countv and vstinitv should and will piovp si reward rris (onteet is neht no-n m iLs most_ j crucical This la the fourth weefcj j of this and entimh torn mendable cnterpribe tt wiH come to a f clns" Saturdiv Fpb You should j tfw v m until Dfxt wwk J Matt d tr tfcn e ire m_ni ofc s _j to Vet. IOUMB'5 0 Feb ac- tioi on Canadnn icclprocitv nil! bp tiken tv the legi-lature R pri-.ea liber of I nion rtpubHcan ot fe d the resolution toideniiung the phn of Pieaiaeni Ijf Ijangdon of barren i-piblican flo i lead r t the 11 stntiments uith a reso liitnn apiliuding p esidentlal Mogiani Prick of Scioto demof ra m anotr-er resolu 01 dPniandd that congress withhold ppro; until and cotton and their p odiK s> ire added to the new fne INt the men s session at I il (.orn ex Govenor of Mi said that Mich icai aie not in favor of ;n iptociU bill Canadian now art 01 er to Michigan and 'illing and nueli er than oui can wll Tit MQ i- too Urastic to suit the dairvmen tl President Taft has commuted tne tentence of D sociatibt editor of tlie Appeal to Reason nho was sentence) to six months im ent Hnd fined 41 500 for n'lfxetl libelous matter TOLEDO 0 Feb 3 -WBh IM ture of his sweetheart teart and the with which he took bta nil. I 2r. of CDhrabtM, found dead ID his room ta NEWSPAPFR( .fcWSPAPtRl ;