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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio Guaranteed Circulation 5226 V" i.-'l. LASTEDITIOL THE S ANDU SKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOUR YEAR SAMUTSKY OHIO THURSDAY, NUMBEB SENATE FAVORS REFORM DAUGHTER OF SENATOR IS STARRING ON BROADWAY IN A BRAND NEW PLAY Democrats Adopt Non-Far- tisan Jcdiciaryjteport CENTRAL BOARD BILL Is introduced and Inune Tax Amend- ment to Federil is En- dorsid -Work Pngresiis. "it STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Dispatch Building. COLUMBUS, 0., Jan. an almost strictly party vote, Sena- tor Cetone voting with the repub- licans, the democrats this morning adopted the favorable report of the senate judiciary committee on the Reynolds non-partisan judiciary bill and it was placed at the top of the calendar for con- sideration next week. Senator Dore Introduced the gov- ernor's central board plan bill. It creates a board of four, not more than two of the same political party, to serve for. four years, at a year each, witn a secretary at and a fiscal offi- cer at to manage the 19 stats Institutions. At noon the senate adjourned to 6 p. m. Monday. The house was not in session this morning. Some of the wounds of the late sen- atorial campaign-JKexe .opened just a little in the discussion of the Stock- vdl bill, providing for the direct nomination and popular elections of United States senators in the senate committee on elections last evening, Senators Cetone and Stockwell took promlent parts in an interesting collo- quy with Chairman Huffman taking an occasional shot. All was done in good nature hut Senator Cetone spoke with a good deal of feeling. "Twill be frank" said he, "I will never vote for such a hill. I would not under any circnm- A RIVAL lOLDEST BAR MEMBER nu nor A T.BEECHER, DEAD Ur Vote Corruption Charged in a illness John T Brrvh- oKItM tin ;a'.H r 01 tho Ki ji- d .it liojd S-iuia! iMn Illinois County. UNCLE JOE'S Grand Jury Foreman Says Many Have Already Confessed acdNearly Voters Will b-> D.sfranch.sed as a Re- suit. in his 'i and had in hfil'li .-n-e Mr p( ei it. saiil 'o been Ilit? old eit iKiux h.i: ,iir-u. Mi I'uHiei v. ,1.-, iio.n in this city in Ju'y. IsSl. ,iiid spf-nt practicHllj .ill of life here Ht? ih saivncd by his widow cS'.iMitni, Mrs .i.inei Lltvih'T Wi'cov of Mi-r- Wilcox. lily, ami Luca-, Coin uii1- 1 01 of the For Tohrto l the Miss Fola La Follette, daughter of Senator Robert M. La Follette, of Wisconsin, is starring on Broadway in a new play by Percy Lackaye, "The Scarecrow." Edmund Breese is leading man. DANVILLE 111 .1 .n 10. Isaac Woodward, fotun.ui of the vote piob- fing grand of count v. Vncle Joe Cannon's din'ik-t. u today thin up ui di'c a large num ber of in t! j umim con- fessed the selling of tVii Ho believes that neaih will be disfranchised in te unestigaUon that is to follow. So far no su-pu ion lias boon at- tached to Spi.ikei Cannon, it it, said It uotild been unneccbsaiy for him (o buy The "wets" and ''rh s" have been fighting in the count for a numbet of years and ir is claimed by "dry" leaders todaj that if a number of voters are disfranchised it will mean a victoiy for them at the next election. Probe In Scioto. MORGAN WOULD COMBINE INDEPENDENT 'PHONE COS. Bt'ceher family home was on ,IeC- ffi' on m stiet ts In 1 -ter iamn> had raided o-n Meigs hi-1 lor the Li i wo urmihs Lad bccu in local hospi- ST. LOUIS, Mo., Jan. standing the previous reports of a Bell-Morgan telephone agreement, it via St. Louis. Kansas City and Omaha to Denver, from Hudson river to the Rocky mountains. PORTSMOUTH, 0 Jan. Albion Z. Blair, whose crusade in Ad- ams-co. caused 1.800 men to be indict- ed for receiving or giving election bribes and who heard about 400 cases of voteis who pleaded guilty without indictments, today slatted on his cru- sade in Scioto county. He has heard, altogether about fifty of guilty, but says that the mirm-a of these peo- ple will not he made Known ami that they been told to return to their homes and await the action of the stances for a person for this' Co., the Bell company. is asserted here that J. P. Morgan An important conference will be j grand jury. Oo. are back of a plan to consolidate held at the Morgan headquarters in The first "work done at the afternoon all the independent systems ot the New York city next Wednesday and .session of the sprang juiy the de- country into one corporation to rival it is probable that a definite proposi-jiiverancc of the lists of work- the American Telephone Telegraph tion'will be madr- foi the establish-1 eis by John T Miclih thwai'te and office, that was not of mv party." He referred to the Oregon plan as 1 ment of a gigantic Independent tele-1 struct, Mr. Bt' tals. r'or nmie Boechei niau staio couits fiiculiief ei Mi.1 u the In .il and M to tm> KIM, his a> h-, n he in his pi mi11 He hail t-trju; with refer- ence to the -rh'.cy ai.d s landing of Ins. some of them in .in w tor the' in mem he had not been able to much. lie his attention to h'gal matters al- mrst up to the of his drath He wag held in high esteem, not only as a lawjer, but as E> citizen, and his death will be mourned by many. Arrangements for the funeral have JOHN T. BEECHER MAIL CLERKS TALK STRIKE once citv solicitor, Threaten a if Hitch- Mr. Beecher did not seek public ot-. IT- fice. but prefeired the practice of his' COCK tCO lOHiy LODUnUeS profession. The Samlusky lawyers who knew him speak in high terms of his ability. He was always a ,r, staunch democrat MSNNEAPOIJS, Minn Jan. 19.- _____ A general tie-up of mail in the United [Stales is threatened by railway mail Bar Association Acts. clciks today ns the I'esult of Post- Expressions of deep grief because of master Geueial Hitchcock's economy the death of John T. fieecher, were plan. voiced at the meeting o fthe Bar At a meeting held here the mail elation at 1 o'clock Thursday affer- r'eiks declared that all would go on noon at the court house. a strike if ttie department insisted on Tentative propositions from the phone system" As all the large and j of thC association' to Morgan house are mw tinder consider- minor companies throughout the Unit- legislation and declared that he by the leading local ana long du- ed States will be eligible to the never to vote for a "damnitance companies operating between lorporation. the dream of a potential' cratic executive committees of Scioto President R. B Fisher appointed' forcing them to work longer hours Judge Charles S. Reed, George C. without increased pay. declare Beis and Judge Thomas M. Sloane, as today that tentative plans have al- a committee on resolutions They will been made foi a geneial walk- submit their report at another meet- throughout the United States. ing of assoclation to be held 1 o'clock .Monday afternoon. j NEW YORK, Jan Al- fool or a tramp for federal senator." He recalled the failure of the repub- licans to generally recognize the nom- ination of Senator Dick under the gen- eral primary election last year. the Hudson river and Denver, and a definite proposition will be submitted to investors interested on Feb. 1. How many companies will merge their identity in the projected new He asked Senator Stockwell how system is only a matter of conjecture he would like to vote for a republi-las yet, but an influential representa- if under the proposed Oregon plan I tive of a group of large independent he should get the nomination to companies said that there is every in- the senator replied that he would be dication that the plan will receive perfectly willing to vote for anyone gsneral approval. Most of tht inde- pendent plants appreciate that their competitor to the Bell system is said to be nearer materialization than at! any previous time. j Negotiations have been pending for about two months. that he knew to be the choice of the people. prosperity depends on the combina- most powerful and i tto? whnatw th? the TlVS trSM PlatnS' ?ey Wt who wrote that made a slip in the'definite proposition .from Morgan on wording and that he would not be; Feb. 1 and trey will give It due cm- bound it An attempt was made to ,sideratiop. Officers of the Kinlock sys- fix a time when a public hearing are in touch with the proceedings, the bill could be had l.ut no sattsfac-1 and their decision will be known in tory time could be set and another two weeks. SLOW AT Attoirievs George Rittcr. Henrvlbeit J. Beveridge, seated by the side Young and John F. McCrystal were se-1 of a telegraph operator in Washing- lected by thp president as a committee, ton. was the chief speaker at the an- on floral offerings. It was decided to'nual dinner here of the dress fabric attend the funeral in a body. manufacturers. Judge Jordan Refuses to A i mit Testimony. MANY WESE SUMMONED meeting of the .commilte The senate committee'on schools decided to have an open meeting on the Yount school book publishing next Tuesday night. The Krause bill increasing: the sal- ary of the clerk of the Cuvalioga countv board of elections from to was recommended for pass- age. In the senate FraziT introduced a bill requiring intciurbnns to keep a- bandonetl rights of way clear of weeds (Continued on Page Five.) Teutath e negotiations also been opened with tho Kansas Home Telephone Co.. in which St. were untrue. The story that the Ulsterraen were armed to resist home rule has been used by the conservatives in the of scaring the lords into refusing grant the home rule measure. It is said by many t! .it tlm new at Coart, However, Declines to Hear Statements of Doctors and Druggists Thai They did Not Sell Poison to Mrs. Schenk. titude "oTTord NortEcliffe indicates I he will join the liberals and use his I Louis capital Is interested, with the powerful p apers in their behalf'frora Joplin Home Telephone Co., which is on controlled at St. Louis, and (he tenta- tive nlan has been outlined to local and Ion? distance companies of New York. Pennsylvania. Indiana. Illinois, Missouri, Ohio. Michigan. Kansas ami Colorado The companies which will ft become parties to consoli- dation will form a trunk linn of pnedent local and long distance sys- terns ptretchins; from Rochester anrl other cities in northern New York.' THE WEATHER. Forecast- Cloudy with snow to- night or Friday. Slightly colder Friday Tomcerature at 7 a. m.f 2fi de- crees Temperature one year ago 21' WHEELING. W. Va., Jan. When the defense thin afternoon be- gan the testimony in behalf of Mrs j Laura F. Schenk. charged with the i poisoning of ber millionaire husband, it met at ono-1 with a blow jfiom .liulsp .lore's .1 Tins was when he refu-ed to aOmit the tcsthnon> of Dr. SHOWER OF GOLD DAY FOR BABIES Saturday Will See Distribution ol Special Prizes And Hard Work Will Win For Ten Little Ones- Votes And Subscriptions Pour in. IMPORTANT NOTICE The standings of the babies in cst number of new subscriptions i: turned in. It will be noticed that the conditions are identically the same in both dis- the Star-Journal's noted contest babies residing in District remain unchanged Xo. 1 haung no better chance than to a crowded condition in the com- those residing in District Xo. 2. It's 'posing rooms, tne corrections just a matter ot securing subscriptions were postponed until Friday. All and those who are really at work ac- votes will be carefully counted lively and conscientiously to win fame and the results will be recorded "jand fortune for'their little darlings, in Friday's issue. sav that tins is such an easy task that jgnotasit nt Saturday is of Gold Daj mi As one little mother said jes- lieod liliird. the strond witness who the mammoth contest tc-rtlay "I'm just getting heaps of n-----.... 'conducted The Star Journal, an.lj flm of thi, 00r.'est, and. fuither- Kiitiaj at 6'o! a m. 11. m. (smndaid BALL1NGER IS FLAYED THE FLOOR OF THE SENATE! Sun and sfts at Maximum wind velocity for 24 h mil's rp.dinE: nt noon tod'iy. 20 miles west at 31 o'clock Tliuredav bad been to the effect that i Scht-nk did not buv lead or arspnic from him Biaird thn first of 87 phvsician? and prar'iciHy summoiU'i ten litile tots of Erie counU and, mmf_ it affords an invaluable test of liciniti arc eomc to proH' a-s a Evervbodv I have 1 The cnndM'Ops which will mark in the city who had boon i this specif! of sold arc similHi- cviO-nc" siniplo TwentMive dollar v.ill r- 1 in whose name-flip, greatest bei of rev. me turned in' wore iW s vi'h Z Pniliips. the mu-; the nction rf Virginia Pc'nenk. drawn was adopted b1 practicr'U t >torci The> nfton took tr.p.-s n. of school .into CHo, aid canitd Unchcs and cHldren thnr mother ber Senatoi Fletcher, of Florida, mombi of thfr investigating committee, urged an adoption of a nrnoritv port condemning Hallinger nnd scored latter on the floor of the senate unrreicifulb. "Rallinger did not seem to want tho of the Philippine sronn. Ti had evi-j dently hoen ma''e and lost hy a lap. The houire a'lopt''1 amendment' to the Moon v.l''ch will effect of stopping ille of cnr an interstate from taking mit thp Mich ouclenc. by Blairi was a vinous blow. The {'roseintioii snddr f re- rd n- ft in ami 'nth ed the fo> tluj ere nol prep-i i cd to in oduc e the ir i witi'esse-. until or tomor-j row I Tho will call at least nitnpsses according to Royce. Most nf them be gists and nbo ,i'-" to Mrs Scl'cn'; did bin 01 from tlip'si Judco .Toidau artorre' s for hc'h this tn an noiinc'ns Unit bo wouUl allow-' cd John O nr hns- band, to tppf.i' thr i FH-.S a num hlo i THINKS BALLINGER UNFIT FOR OFFICE IP to puard the nublic interest but rather peemed to feel it his duty to look out for private interests." Fletcher that Eallrneer did wrong in sending a inexperienc- ed lawver to defend the voto f interest in the hearing on' After n week o? the I the Pacific coast on the senate today repumcd consideration claims He further stated that Rall-n-lfhf1 case of Senator T.orinier Ti'nre ger harl beon vrith the wpro two speeches, one by ml ihp IK c, -f cl qnan 1 ire in Si'hpnk's i I 3 consult I ITU1 Of llK Fin tup Sl.onn to n IT r If ad nnd nt-1 from a Wheel-> She cried t'lat it WHS not true president nnd hsrf beon evasive ant' Burrows, chaiiman of thp Bfrald of tjie truth on the rrivileges and in support sfnnd. I of thp scmitir nnd the othr His ?neech was the most drastic a Senator Borah, of Idaho, in oppo- gainat that has jet been d KLYRIA. O.. Jan. a per- iod of nineteen hoars, during which 'pimittec this (Hy was entin'l> a and her tormentors TACOMA. Jan CLARK'S SURE TO WIN OUT Leaders Say Caucus Pro- gram Won't Fail REPORTS ARE DENIED RipabHcaos Try to Spread Disunion by Meant of Letter Charging That CLqae Seeks ta Control House. WASHINGTON, Jan. the eve of tonight's big democratic caucus republican members of the house are trying to spread dissen- sion in the democratic ranks by means of a letter written by Rep- resentative Dies of Texas, charg. Ing that a clique has been formed to control the caucus and dictate committees in the house. Although Dies's leiter seemed to in- dicate that all would not be harmony in 'he caucus, leaders declare that their program will go through and Champ Clark will be indorsed fcf speaker. Members of the Ohio delegation exceed by the rumor that Champ Chirk a leading role in the up to the Ohio split engineering e quarrel as a mcanj of halting the pi evidential hoom fof Gov. Harmon in the interests of bis own candidacy. T Clark characterized as false any in- timations that he had anything to do with the row among crats. He declared the Ohio demo- all talk abo-it himself in connection with the pres- idency was absolutely unauthorized. Friends of Congressman James Cox 67 are inclined to blame Con- gressman Clark for the sudden devet- opment of the ambition of Congress- man M. R. Denser of Wilmington tn go on the wavs and means committee. Thev further say that Oscar XTnder- wood of Alabama, slated to be chairman of the committee, firglnallv for Cox ?nd that sudden snitch cin bp traced to Hark. All fit this is denied by Underwood as as Clarfc. The charges are particularly from an Ohio standpoint, became rtlslovaltv to Gov. Harmon is !nTolvefl. The members of the new Ohio delega- tion, all of whom are here with excentfon of Henry Goke of Wanakoa- eta and Georee "White of Marietta, announcing that thev are last and atwpvs for HOT. Harmon for tho presidential nomination. There was talk of a delegation meeting for passing a resolution Indors- ing Harmon. TO PREVENT AN ELECTION West Virginia Republican Legislators Block Democrats CINCINNATI, 0., Jan. it the democrats of West Virginia have the majority in the legislature, just at present they are helpless to elect two senators to succeed Nathan B. Scott and David Eikins, because 15 republican senators have fled the state aud threaten to remain away the entire session, thereby pre- venting a local quotum. The fifteen run-away senators are luxuriously domiciled in the Sinton hotel here. It is their plan, they an- nounced today, to have Governor Glasscuck declare an-; attempt tho democrats may make to elect senators illegal. Then when Ipgishttnrg adjoin us, not to again for two jears, the two republican senators, Eikins id Scott, must continue to lemesent the stale foi that length of time At (he democratic caucus last night, Watson and Chilton were nominated for the short and long terms, respec- tlvelj. cncb an ex pen pn co "Unn When vou so fi- pions vour friends asking them to aid in vour cainnaicn for your fV'rb'np. be talk with con- to "Ob. got no rlirnro. but T beln me P-ixway" On the cnntrarv. SHV tn Sheehan Two thnnr !m co'p'z to win rncp; i; 7-V won't They'll AI.DAXY. X. Jan. 19 In to- spond nit'ci' nnirkh. for ballot for United State? senator, vorv an'i AVm K Sheehan. Tammany hall rqrn tbp d-n (hem lost two votes, bringing the I'Mcncp the bmiselnpf, number of his vote down to S8. orr enthusiasm about whfr-J J OHIU 1COTHE O. Jan. ovor Tn Senator Purcell, of North Dakota, a minority member of the select joint rouinnittee that, investigated the Pin- choi-Ballincei affair, has brought the whole question before tlie senate 'atri'bi's those PPC of cold Mic tnree months (Continurd on naee 2 incut citi7.prs demanded of Juclgft Gcldsherry an election inquiry in Ross icouuty. STATEMENTS CONFLICTING AS TO INFIRMARY AFFAIR by brinsinc in n declaring who killfd himsrlf by shooting in f. ?ecretaiy Ballinger's oiFicifil caiePr to a Star-.Tournal man. late be marked In lack of fidelity to the i Wednesday denied that he had ever A-man [public inteiosts, lhat he "is not] he would rather see Rohrbacher The arqumt'nt over tbe action of the' competent democrat as democratic country mfirman dent." be said. "I never ttj siiimort to auv of the canatddtw tors m IT. U. Rohrbaclu-r. to-inBnenw th, cbote. rf reimblican. suiieiiniencH-nt, has reach- the infirmary directors." ed the SUSP where are he- in another published sMUiiMBl ma made fthich are somewhat contra-, Chairman Rrts noted u dictorv. that he had i George C' Beis. of the This bioiigM forth another i "Jemocratic committee, in from Director Miller. He MM: "I never claimed er supply, the bie-ik in ihe water, Ta'oma hole! Mondav was Identified nip-in from the Loiai'i sta- tion i fon icgtored. repaiicd and .-afety and com- as Charles nuckl'n, formerly of serving of public and that he should no longer oe retained in office. His resolution left on (he nont. O to be his relatives are said table and will be called up later for contest sas that the directors ttatement ussion. [get together and chooae some it Beis had 'picked' a oadMate. I sild. and what I IHITt b elected superintendent than man he said he wonM rttier Mf frum Kellevs Island I elected than a nu tnm My position throughout the Thole; leys Inland, t bin kr t on point ;