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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio fr LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1911 NUMBER 119 Apparently It Will Be Impossi- ble To Pass All Necessary Supply Bills HOUSE HAS DISPOSED OF ITS BIG MEASURES Sundry Civil Bill Was Rushed Through With Big Majonty -for Canal Fortification WASHINGTON Feb five days remain in which to com plete the work of the present con (tress and even with night ses sions in both branches beginning tonight, -the prospects are not bright for cleaning up the big grist An extra session of the new congress seems so certain in order to get action on the Ca nadian reciprocity agreement that President Taft has fixed April 4 as the date on which such a see slon may be called The 4pnl date was selected aite consultation with Champ Claik who will be speaker of tlie next house and Pepi esentatn e Imderw cod of Alabama who vvill be chanman of the and mpans committ-ee which will have charge of and icpoit the reciprocit} bill in the house The president had intended to con extri session at an earliei date but Representatives Clark and Underwood lold h m that thev would like to hav-a a moaths time after the piesent adiounib 11 which to map out tUe- plans foi the ses0 ui ithout t iking into consideration the situation in the senate whpre there is a filibustei against taking on the Canadiati lecipiocitv a greement the peiraanent tariff boaid bill and the Lonmer case to sav nothing of the proposition to raise the rates for carrying the adveitismg Eections of magazines through the mails there is a congestion of ap propnation bills that to some Irremediable The uigent deficient bill ib the qnl> one of the fouit-een geneial sin ply medsuies that has be come a law The situation jespect ing appj oprjation bills is as follows The Indnn legislative armv and Distiict of Columbia bills have pass ed both houses and aie in ronfeience All of these bills contain itea o of dis putt which piesent difficulties The pensions post office agriculture naval raihtarv uidemy foitification1; diplomatic and consul it and sundiv mil billc passed the house but not the The b II his not come out cf the (ommit tec on ippiopnations The e lemam to he pissed In tht eenite theipfoie tho pensions office aericulture i nai militai; foi tin diplomitu and coimilai sumliv rhil uid gen eral deficiencv bill in tl f mem of am spnitoj h is th-erp beer such a congestion of Mippl mpisuies j >i so min o ii] 1 c itioi rea eon of otliLi mm li H business 1 tiie senite coilJ (if fhe nil' a half 3eit i i thp pi ont con giess to the t Upuation bil' Pic ifipnt Taft t dij emnhati ilh tinned down i inpca t on nude bj democ i s to his ic iprout> a- RAILROAD MEN TALK OF RETRENCHMENT; GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP IS THE WARNING PROUTV Fight Against Utilities Measure Is Already Being Planned By Opponents GREEN MINING BILL DEAD BRIAND AND HIS CABINET RESIGN Senate Put It Down and Out by j Adjourning This Afternoon Failed, 101 UN u RFU Pi it 1 I u1 mi" i o lib I li 1 1 -If the en ihe j e u I i-, in i not OF PEOPLE AND PASS LIGHT G jVote Indicates Overwhelming Majority For Municipal Plant But Apparently No Attention Is Paid To This and Pins Are Set to Rush Through Franchise frit id e i b H t nil Gietn iMs, i i i dei ir r It ht t 1 r i i i e n w u j >t heu hm i it i n ud U vvouli in tint nip todiv be n i 1 he 1 ill how nt down to 1 fMt tU action of ilu smite m atlj Ihe 1 to U not new bill foi the iraend iLcnt or h e >M t ipton 'ikt-h io toni 01 tune at least otnei imp i mt nuteu will in In ung the eib i 1 French Pie i ml e- i fib o I u 1. 1 k lu i i ri i i und i K uu i "l i l 1 c m t 111 i il t u 11 p 1 nit it is PII He ill o m In such occa 10 to t ui i the pieiiipi succeed m 3 unnn i i n inet non attintioit flight the btocl well uid Dore bills tot the nomination liul election of llnti 1 States nito 1 here will also 1 e a the public utilitieb bill shlppess. lailrcads anjLtclephone Teb j ment and extension of their the raihoad mordents n 1 ihr" lr "1 oiA should see fit Tames J Hill VUlliam C Blown -eorge F Baer and others 11 cam plaining that the deciMon foiotdtlng fnd it to ovei Hb rail to goveinment regulation an ex ror not proudmg proper trans noi tat ion facilities the peiyie 111 interests leading the oppo itiou ihe latter nant a separate telephone coiu- rnis itn md object to some piping m the intera AIcQuiie fore and house committees to it has been referred j Repi esentatn e Edwards has a bill for the appointment the state tax commission of a taxing of- ficer 01 commissioner for >ath counU 1QHIOANS ON COMMITTEES and it is nndpi stood that the plan ______________ Governor Harmon This commissioner woild su- pieme to mike and equalize all tax Miluitlons All tax ing offices and machinen would be wiped out HP would appoint his own istant" The new officer would ry Centennial Measure, Mak- P -pitp th uet thit i m mercmnN laboring p ofev mi il mer n fi men ot all classes the taxpayers of the citr, ire d thr ne them the-, n f no of acnon looking the mem i a mun (i il aht 112; lint "nl the mnjo in of such a il n ind u ji si tht si n! n? of a so the Gis L tlectnc Co s i i _ ul i td in [he ir lo mi toincilmen t5 v 1 IP i ii t i i (n oi n MIIS i ordinance pvenn g Urdu n i n tf the i It HIP if he ordinance is 8 it 11 0 11 I che tn it this, objection So time i mit eli c foi thi ird il i poile -till t in the r lowtr it t'ie> h to le., tei in t u hint i ction to procedu-e Thp stii loirn 1 billot Ta ,naiel it the of Coun t 1 nn P uh it the HUT or p if. count lm n and a rt Mtn (t tie ui i ot the eo IP to he continued this Cm- ztnb lie io >end n i-e billots itjtrh il eel out mi on fo n municipal plant, c mdici ed in the sent to tne s i thus, far is Th e b m ij be seen bj a y tt ne lm in 01 othts interested person the t netl be no excuse of n C uh i the people want If the t is nHcientlj large it is po of co ise that enough coui cilm u will not be to go to tUa extreme ct an oidlnance the muors It is up to citizens to re themselves Councilmpn are tired of wiitina and intend o "ett'e the who'e imt er -evening Present 11 ins ire fo the passing of an cmli nince gi anting a three year franchisB the Sandutkr Gap fe Elootrlc Co, THE VOTE Up to Monday afternoon the Star Journal s referendum vote on the electric franchise question was as fo For C s Co propos tion three year grant Against Gas Co proposition For municipal plant Against municipal piant The ballot today is given on page 3 If you haven t voted, do so at once JAPAN PLEASED BY ACTION ON TREATY TOiaO leb 27 0 Dnen and Count Koiuura the Tapanece Eoieisn secietarj Uaiigtd congiatulations the rat the an ot rates a the intei Utp run meice are not worried fudge C A Prouty laid down tho proposition that tie runoads must Cdn be obej the law as laid down bj :he commission 01 ni ist piSa necessitate ftavs This possibilib has no tenors j be without fixed tenu but subject tr> u m-1 Nc r e en othe" removal the tax commission at anj cmntn. in except perhaps i time becime lax or inefficient Gi-eit T i ain has done o to its id j The would ba paid Now Looks As If Denver, Ash- brook and Ansbeny Will Get Chanmanships. I ificatioii of the treatj J Lnlted States and Japan Ihcte are not lacking eudente: th it the highest officials and the en tiie press of tins countn as wel as the geneial pubh aie deeph stir Munse> Building WASHINGTON D C Feb 27 good ted St i ain has clone o to its id The ca'an would paid to the the chances aie not and what is done elsewheie countv in which he serves An effortjfor the Gocbel distilling b: 3ne if the Urn will be made to rush the bill through which Smdus! j wmr men are of Ame a I do not be possibly ahead of the one per cent th com perrrit tax limit bill It will be uresented is Itself to be terrorized into submitting the method which tax duplicates into the bauds of the United Sates "b e rites by the threat of cm be laised to a point whah will (Contiiit-j on i) i government It was Judge who m decir! g the ipcent is s m idt the import ant point thit tn-1 ia hoads 111 he hinds of oiti t is s o wh tl tiusts voiild chaigc iid then IP o ip tVm eh PI b) it uit of the pubh ,n advinced idtes fi that the nv of the situation is the i litirn of the lail cii to the to t e locr T in e tiust :o the ci tn ant othpis The attcnt on o" Proutv wis iHcd fo t e in PIUPV i th F H Rin iej pipMdent of tie h on Topeka S. S i ie IP iHtlroad m which M lie the TP md the rate deci ion e cimnlh i govern raent p reid this in er Pronto siid i ha e contended that must e rer oT ctne regulation o owneiship It is in to suitable w thout ownei sin ommcnt o ne shi will co ie The tend nci is towrd effec tnc icril tirn h own bphof is that ui tj fie P em tune t1 P upuUtion Of 3 11110 Cl 1 i ho" f r HI 13- l vpvq the Nt ie ui it 01 will on fioiii mam to ninp; themselves on a 1 plane of fir-ericj or fiom o capital is v fo Ic impioie ownership male a 1 ir-i cent limit -voikable Aachi R >rhsrhild aid 1 Pi ICT ealh the entire machm- Cubi Teb en of the state is placed in the' or Atmah witn Baron hai of the "oveinoi He apponts ParU aboird was mombeis of the e commission whom pulled off the to trc steins ind improves i s selections of county Coimo Heneia Ara English tiamp I is hoped in this to received big pay to sMud and hold i coips of experts to and take jff iissengeib in case sife from local influences and the un- the Atmah hrok-3 up reita i tiea of elections bill re greit Ij mtciestel the Peiivs Victou tennial seQpis to be In good shape The bill appio-pnating 000 paccpri the senate and will be substituted foi the house bill Ac tion in the house is expected in i ELLIS ISLAND IMFIGRAKT STATION FAST BECOMING POOR MAN S In n to ap( the bill up Sonitor Warrpn of Doming had pie eedn e to off r the aaiiciltuml ap THE MISSING JEWELS i _____ 1 Two strings of 273 each One strn rj c 283 Is One large hlack pe rl ni g set with diamonds 1 One large white nr] set with dta-ronc'- 1 One pair large pearl earring set with diamonds One black pearl b-ooc set with diamonds with a black pearl pea shaped pendant i un ind M n P i i i r m oom 1 n p i tl e i 1 1 (I n m 1 i 1 a i of t to r] T th I eh p to noon tcdav no triee had 'jeen fo rd of 000 wortl of icr jevvel which Mrs M Idwm n imnonl of hicaco widow T the Jat'1 AlTr hTll eld Tr ttateiojm on ika search e" of the detr I t) belie e tha onl) d ihe As soon a id Captain I crew xv as to boken asknt board Mr and resMe m 1 le ll ile is i Pr iinon' i Ir we n th VV T VV IS k ft I i1 not n i i )r of ti" -el del Is 1 I -it tn led o nrtit nimon 1 n oigh en r n. Ml e s in i to t holed c o s tl t v took risk I ik ai r i from ti on o 10 o'M c ar T 1 0 ha c v c ihe se i i the wen tae e ui Knuth 1 to f. v til i S Til V m g ha ond to tha er c1 o 1-1 berv tl ere Malt bt. ng n )een livinr cSnWOKT prcpi itfon bill iielded to Senatoi Penose of atked ecu delation foi the Centennial bill S" itoi Prniose ind Senator Dirk of I 10 spolte brielh in bchilf of tllc> II ind it was i dis sent mg Theie is danger that Ihe Coebe1 bill will be left imnniM ed tlie sen ate although it has ri'-sod tho luuse rommissionpi of Intel ml Revenue Cabell iv'10 fivnrs it raav sivt the bill bit Scmtoi Bniton eemb t think that it Mill to go to an extia bession It is practiealh that Ohio gtt tlnee house committee chair raanships in the next The BticKeje demoeiats who will be it ihe head of committees, aie i tnes Abhbiook ind Den ver his been pioniiced the ehaiimansliip of the lm ilid pensirn comniittpe will be madt chiirman of tht roiniittee on n htii and Denver will e t th lu i 11 of the conini (tee nn mil'1 Ke idnntted thit h iad received thit be will ie made rhai nnn of th tin m HIP "n invalid p i o s r Defl n co niemher is nnkii g denio it on i other impoitant omri ite No 1 but bo p pfirs tl inv s chii n T is Hei e I indsiv of rironllvn v h i is laiiliup: on tlu en m fomn t f e has withdnwn on acto inr of ill h tlth and Ansbenv 11 th lob ii the th id 'imouat lu on th militia omn tt t th" tvvo nnklnK niemle'-s ten n d (f 1 i V! an 1 i ill of V irv hid Ho d is ectiodiiei for tlie Tip Ot inotl er t innutte TII Pi i vv d for e el c Ion so Uhbrook h i I'M- flel I "liver is ri iK E: dPTocn on nil i i red the earh atceptdnce the of Japau s fls suianoes that desires a cont'nui tion of the fnentlb lelations which I have alVajs existed and bv the con denre shown the administration at Uabhmgton in the sincentj of Ja I an undei takings regatding emigra tion On all hands and among class satisf xction vnd> latitude i: waimh expressed The effect of this ntifkatlon of the treaty on the situa tion with regard to tnde and com merce is well maiked already foi commerciil lighting and also the leeiblation inuting bids for street lighting The expectation is, ol couise that the contract will go to the pi esent tompanv although tha declaration haa been made hat land men repiesented by Attorney Komhauser who was here for Thurs- s conference are prepared to bid a much lower rate than the per lauv hid the Prominent citizens took a hand m the matter Mondaj and did not tate to express themselves on tra question For the most part they aia insisting upon a municipal plant. It is possible that the contest has just commenced GRAND JURY PROBE ASKED Woman Says She Gave Money To Judge Who Sentenced VlmS Woikers Colo Feb 27 Judse hitford of the district cunt who iPiemH sentenced sixteen imnlcib of the Mine In ion to onp in jail for contempt and later i elp them appeal ed befoi e the (iiminal couit and asked toi i RI i id nm of ihe seniitionil stitement made to Mis Maigaret MUkr before the leclsla nuestigatmg: committee that she had handed Judge MhitFord few befoio the mmeis weio ten ed which had been given hei bj in awnt of the mine owneis assocn tion The sfatenuntb nade le fore the legislative committee inves tigati u imppi hn ent charge? fiUd bv tho folondo ted inon of t iboi offif ml P! P.MO 10 in VIII F. Mack and Henry Graefe Among Those Declaring Against a Franchise. PROPOSED PLAN POPULAR Foi mer Editor Says It Would Catry Like Wild other City's Showing, I F Mack former editor of the Register and one Of Sandusky most prominent citi- zens favors a municipal electric lig-t plant and o opposed to the proposed council gf-anta to Sandusky Gas Electric Henry Graefe of the Banking Co is another supporter of the municipal project In an Monday Mr Mack roH and chilnrtn were i tnen 1- lei 11 Minpi an I four j n -iP1 n dn th tolu h ionic ciucht flu Mrs I tctfon nt 10 in 1 i --on esnped -lid 11 P of the council is IP r (ie t of t --iMna; a few thousand li 11 i on tb s rott 1 ghtirg Th i enucrs ovpilooK the uiteieslS of 20 tin s of this on dome0 an 1 on nieicial limiting in favoi i Corporation on ned body, soul anfl tchf s Cleveland capitalist" i Ie tiom a fru kholders anel m )l ps its are not San- HUW 10 PI Mil Hn a Vf1 of ihp rew or in fp il tn the Casein toundl no en to dc trd In i is 1> itv sent m Piirh ot thorn i i in n t If Fnrpcist 1 Ii T" nti THE WEATHER i in colder o "1 de- inr 1 i M I' o t n l 1 time 1 M f t r t lorn pi (C en n di id n in ted on I ag ir di it r t nion nxnih %hile he osed when in toe ncii t ir two i i in l tnidiri tor I i h k FIND GROOVES IN ROCK ON HAYFS AVEN'UE MADE BY BOULDLPS HFLD IN GLACIAL ICE l P he of the b e o held concretion or lock i centlj id in c t r it mo th( uion for the new the te if a eit lowh thii novel bpfoip fivcied muct npish p l it I v. mid vo e fo11 t in tin1: in n "linat thia corpo moii Pn h ovnership would car thi t hi i wild fire today I thp ordmanci Incidfntalh Mr Mack declared that I wa-. will g t have it known i) the i ubhc hat he is citizen Cour Mi in John Holxiepfel leferr d i t Thur riav iftpinoon a the il eont 1 meet ip who had been i Pd for ti b) the fias Hcctnc Co foi i of the cttv i honip u n Ii n tw j i 10 i o a bill 1 1 ie' i PIS tint ve of the San k H t r Co daimcd t J i P th is not in it with Ellis i o ation bccaiiiC their husbands who are in th s coimtn, e-ther have t declined to recene tbem or de- iear Southamiton and U was at that more than one occasion she ha voided to abandon them This in Amenka Their found thp men staling ar her Some spred the legal defende s of list1 times she followed about the' of the to remirk on the ad i America offers to husbands infatuated with worn en of their own natiolialih and nil" rv them That it win it is hard to I do not iharge company robberv but do Hmde sinn oi aso to L pint has loost business Dauch i.lant in the Fnd and hc? lnmi n a !lttle north U !.ht lourch iMiitn piaui m r uu ami plct uhojr( came tht oncrttwn now ifternoon Miutig r Bechstem now ihretMn the in fiont of the m he p-uk llegaitha u n ti ng louU not taw Hieh school bunding w "e dis1, glacial hive beeni happened and an% pvreoo who covered to Prof b L discovered m i nun of place no claimed it to be M> was tellinf U tru h Our house vas closed n ent during the sOffiMr tVB vrars sgu Klto last tout Mr bills for flectrtelty we M it The foieign husbands who desert On next to the tabh on the glands the grooves their abroad it is sai 1 become i Schwemfurth grocers and near Co found m the avenup rock are Iambus a cellar is being especially Interesting and Prof Mose- This exposed the eurface of] lej savs that anv who are interested the limestone rock snowing miner' in the concretion shoOd notice the flnd some of them when UMI real'ous parallel grooves Tese grooves grooves in the limwlout rock wnes appear Prof Moieley, wert by i they ;