Sandusky Star Journal in Sandusky, Ohio
3 Jul 1911

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3 Jul 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio I 7the Sandusky Star journal monday july 3, 191 i r heat however called a halt in ice company hearing must prove actual fraud judge Young eliminates some important questions in Stock Sale Case first blood went to the defendants in the common pleas court monday morning in the bitter controversy to set aside the Sale of the Wagner Lake ice and Coa company to Charles l. Wagner for when judge s. M. Strung of Norwalk refused to Render a judgment for the plaintiffs on the admitted facts. Defendants claim the decision forecasts a Complete Victory for their Side of the Case. Because of the intense heat the hearing was end rheumatism Relief found Many in this Vicinity have not Only found Relief but a cure in the following prescription vol of was printed last year in the newspapers. Any one having a Friend suffering with rheumatism would do Well to clip and present it. Undoubtedly the ingredients Are Ordinary in character but the Peculiar combinations or compounding seems to effect re sults Little less than marvelous. Have a druggist mix it who will use the True and pure ingredients Only and results Aie assured. Iodide of potassium 2 drams sodium Salicylate 4 drams wine of col Holcum 1-2 of comp. Ess. Ca Idiol 1 of comp. Fid. Bal wort i of comp. Syrup Sarsaparilla 5 Ops mix and take a teaspoonful after each meal and one at bedtime. After the first week gradually increase the dose to two teaspoonfuls. Be persistent and regular in its use if you expect a cure detective blackmailer denies he sent letter to Franklin a Man demanding fraxkl1x, pa., july 3. T. Q. Taught him to love her. New York july Vil Lage of Bay Shore Long Island has a nine Day wonder in the elopement and marriage of one of the High school teachers and her Pupil which has just got out after having been kept secret for six months. The principals in the Story Are miss Edith e. King 35, teacher of the eighth Grade and Charles Wilson Tuthill 18. Mrs. Tuthill was a Cortland Normal graduate of 99 while her Youthful husband in a special car attached to one of i of 99 while her Youthful husband rather live 30 Days with Josie than a year with out him she says. The Lake Shore and Michigan Soi Uii Ern s fastest express passenger trains accompanied by her playwriting of the Bay Shore High school. Mis. Tuthill had been a teacher to her husband for five years he band. Joseph Howard in route to new having been paying attention to York where she will sail on the Lus Ita Iii for Europe in search of at nos phere and surroundings that will mean at least a few More months of life miss Mabel Barrison 23, and pretty a tuberculosis victim late Star of Lulu s husbands and known not Only throughout the theatrical world but in every City in the United states for her vivacious Ness and ability passed Ali Tough Sandusky late monday after noon. Although warned by her physicians that anything but the life and Atmos her when he was a Mere lad in knickerbockers. Mother of alleged victim wrote passages in Book of absolute life Chicago 11., july severe blow was dealt the prosecution in the Case against Evelyn Arthur see the god Man when mrs. Felicia Rees Mother of Mona Rees one of Tho alleged victims swore on the witness that she wrote All of the pass Ages of see s Book of absolute lil e which taught free love. All the business places of the City will be closed All Day tuesday on account of it being the fourth. Have hearing next week Erie was arrested at the latter place de at noon going Over for two weeks. By declaring that must prove actual or constructive fraud on other stockholders in order to prove their Case judg Young administered a severe blow to the plaintiffs. The court thus eliminated the previous As to whether judge Reed had the right to confirm the Sale whether Charles l. Wagner As president of the interstate ice company had the right to buy Over shares of its Stock the property of the Wagner Lake to and Coal company and whether the liquidating trustees and Somo of the stockholders had the right to form a Pool for the division of the Stock be fore or after the Sale. J his arrest is a Frame the Deal was a big one for one Dampsv. Heart of a private detective of. Tw., of ii tips with n Franklin Nurt Tal and that she would die with thirty i to micks of explosive Days miss Barrison in private life mrs. Joseph Howard left exas june i on a charge of sending to general Charles Mahler of Franklin a Black a special Tram made ree. Hand letter demanding he time to Chicago she is said to. Was brought Here and placed under if 000 bail her husband at the Lasalle Street de fuses Are found near the scene of the robbery Genera i pot Chicago. I would rather live thir Miller last october and kept a secret by him. It commanded him to take to Oil City and leave it in a i Call for it he was told that if he i with Josie than a year with has recently t Howardi play Erie a july Pennsyl Vania Rai Hoad hold up five Miles from five in which a passenger and mail train was robbed by masked Lii ought to this City scores attorney and hide Man Battle and both Are arrested for fighting of they Are the theory that the bandits intend i i j i u to i -11 on their was to Europe at the present h h to How employed Detec Mes he would be with funds tendered them by the de t0 Hlll th6 human freight Trajn with the Bottom its of1 detective Dempsey denies any knowledge of the letter and says that i theatrical mechanics association Enoch 2so feet Belo both members. The Isacks at the Point where of crowd of faithful members of the pro were and then Dyna. Chicken Man to said the court. If or. Wagner wanted to get some of his Fel Low stockholders to help him Dicj bought the Stock this under Avenill. Standing he had a perfect right to do so. As Long As there was no fraudulent attempt to injure the rights of other the plaintiffs say that it was a commons Rumor about town that wag Ner to buy the Stock and Divide it among All of the parties and it is further intimated that they were lulled into inactivity because of this declared the court. But even if this were proved. Jjlia stiffs could not sit idly by let the Deal go to rough and then make a pro test for the above but the evidence will show that my clients would willingly have paid for the said attorney if Ccrystal representing the plaintiffs. I there was a barefaced fraud in the 1 whole transaction in Selling the Stock for the ridiculous sum of attorney Mccrystal was greatly worked up Over the matter and used some Strong language in expressing his View of the situation. R perfectly Cool As usual in spite of the weather attorney Ramsey look ing after the interests of the defend ants declared that the Stock was openly sold in accordance with Law in order to off debts amounting to i the plaintiffs had an equal Chance to buy if they wanted to he declared. Charles f. Mischler one of the defendants charged with entering into the alleged conspiracy to obtain control of the interstate ice company by the Sale of the Stock held by the wag Jacer Lake Ilce and Coal company was faced on the stand in Cross Examina Feon. He said that before the Sale Charles l. Wagner asked him if he Pould be satisfied with forty five shares when the Pool was assorted. Fey the written agreement entered info he obtained sixty three shares he of card. A struggle for the control of the interstate ice company is Back of the Legal proceedings to set aside the Sale brought by g w. Doerzbach. Anatole Troyer and William h. Gilcher Stock lunch tonight at 124 Columbus session bade them Good Bye at the tie pot in Chicago. The train does not Stop at Sandusky. _ guilty is a redact of it s Cool clean and Comfort Able travelling if you go via the Lake Shore electric. 1-3 deaths and funerals -0f Olive Faird died at the family residence Corner of South Columbus Avenue and the Section line at 5 o clock morning at the age of 58 years 9 months and 20 Days. Of Perkins Leon l. Of Jefferson mo., and Bert h. Of Jackson Mich. One sister mrs. Frank Jones of this City two Brothers Edward hand of this City and John hand of Toledo beside Many friends. The Rev f. A. Hinman will offi made in Perkins cemetery. Holders against Henry Graefe. Abram puncture when representative Owen Lebensburger and John Homo Gardner. Trustees of the Wagner Lake ice and Coal company Charles f. Mischler Alexander m. Wagner William Hen Erickson and c. L. Wagner. Practically All of these men were in court Day morning and it is probable that there was More capital represented at the old court House than for a Long time. The hearing will be resumed 5n two a half dozen witnesses Are yet to be heard. Make up your mind where Lyou want to go Over the 4th and when go via the Lake Shore e Piec tric by. 1-3 Chicago july coming in today from All Over the countr in that the sane fourth which was started twelve years will Boob served tomorrow to such an extent the death Roll i expected to be slower than on any fourth for a score of years. Since the inauguration of the sane fourth there has been a 20 Points third 15 Points the Points will be i 30 min. After first boat disqualified in Gartner occurred at the family Home on the old Railroad sunday morning at 7 o clock after an illness of sever. Months. He was aged Twenty four years one months and twelve Days and is survived by his parents his wife and two children. He also leaves three Brothers Joseph Edward and George Brengartner and two Consi mrs. Mary Duignan and mrs. Charles Bing. The funeral will take place wednes Dav morning at from the Resi Dence and at from St. Mary s Church the Rev. Father wirl Mauu will conduct the services and burial will be Macle in St. Mary s cemetery. The funeral of Antoinette Marguer Ite Little daughter of or. And mrs. John Theisen was held from the fam ily residence 113 Townsend Street monday afternoon at with ser vices at St. Mary s Church at 2 o clock the Rev father j. S. Avid Mann officiated and the interment was made a St. Man s cemetery. To appear for wedding with Rev. H. Hawkins London july social Lon Don is agog today Over the failure of lady Constance Foljambe Daugh Ter of the Earl of Liverpool to appear at the Church for her marriage to Rev h. Hawkins. It was Ascer Tain to that he left Home this morn ing for the wedding Anri there is a Kumoi that she has eloped with a former sweetheart. To the Public. There Are even predictions that the revelations will extend bark through previous general Assem Blies. Attorney Here. J. M. Egan. One of the attorneys for col. Dierks was at Cedar Point Dax As was Henry Young assistant j clerk of the House of representatives. As soon As the Star journal furnish incl the news to the Cedar Point office a divorced married Agalov mrs. Ella Stanley of this City was the remains of mrs. A. M. Koegle Una cd in marriage Here saturday to were removed from the receiving h. Englebeck wealthy fruit Graw monday and burial was made of port Clinton. The ceremony was Oakland cemetery. By the Rev. H. V. Givler. New York july were killed and two injured when a Runa Way attached to a Wagon in which were a picnic part ran in front of an electric sex pics train on the Long Island Railroad at Glendale Long Island sunday afternoon. The dead Are Ida Cohen. Jacob Cohen brother of Ida Cohen. Mrs. Leah Goldberg. Jacob Simon Elmer Weinberg. The injured Are Richard Creed conductor of the train left Arm broken. Harry l Leffert Motorman badly Cut by broken Glass miss Mary Sessler fractured Skull will probably die. The party of men and women in a heavy Spring Wagon Rode Down the Steep Hill of trotting course Lane at the foot of which is the crossing of the Long a division of Railroad at the the died. I mrs. Stanley recently secured a i i Vorce from her husband on the ground the residence of of non support his parents on the old Railroad i sunday july 2, inn at 7 o clock a. Low rates and frequent ser m after 7 months illness Alfred i son of or and mrs. I Joseph Brengartner aged 24 years a like Shore month and 12 funeral services from the reside non to vice counts. Travel via the 1-3 messenger was sent to at Tor j of his parents wednesday. July o. At Ney Egan but he had not been located up to a late hour. All notice water Consumers a m. And at o clock at St. I Mary s . The Rev. Father j Mann officiating. Interment in St. I Mary s cemetery. Doc wins Fame and Gold by great hit of the Hill Louis Ammenwerth Flag Man stepped slowly into the Road just As the Wagon began to descend. An electric express from Rockaway Beach was speeding toward the crossing and already signing its approach. The horse and Wagon dashed Down the Hill and on to the tracks. The train scarcely slackened. There was a Nash and an instant later five of those in the Wagon Lay dead. In the collision the Crew of the electric car Weie Hurt. Are Holiday travel is pleasant if Elmer Doc Miller Sandusky boy hereby notified that sprinkling you travel via the Lake Shore j of lawns or streets from Hose j electric. 1-3 is prohibited until further because of excessive demands passenger coach and of the Copper Oil. Saturday he Dis a to anguished himself by doming out Home run drat which struck the Bull i Wear bows of ribbon meet for first time in eighteen years Trenton n. A. July upon the filtration Plant. By or Der of John Bing director of Public service. July 3-4 notice. Moonlight ride and free Lanoe at Ovonial Hall. Put in Bay. Monday eve july 3rd Given by t uniform Ank w. Of w. Steamer 4rrow will eave at p. M. Tickets round trip. 1-3 hasp berries open old feud 3 Are injured Findlay 0., july Trone. 70, has three broken ribs and is badly bruised about his body and David Trone his Nephew Oliver Conkin and Ray Harmes Are More or less injured As the result of the opening of a Long existing family feud that ended in a pitched Battle. The trouble was caused by a Patch of raspberries belonging to a neigh Bor of both families. The owner went from Home and left the berries to Henry Trone and family. He says treat hib brother John picked them his wishes. Loo late 10 classify Man at Opp favorite garage Corner Washington and Jackson streets. Launch have blazes the fire department responded to two claims sent in one Call went in at 3 p. M when a lamp in a big four excursion coach exploded setting fire to the seats and floor the of Neman extinguished the Blaze with Tho Copti pals. Al out an hour and a half later a Durham sign in the extreme farthest Little bows of ribbon according to a part of the Field it was the first time j prearranged plan they would rec in several years that the sign had one another Herbert w. Brawl brei struck and it won for Doc a re Ley of this City an Engineer and con Ward of offered b the tobacco tractor and his sister Muriel of Dur company for player who managed i ban. South Africa met in new York to hit it with a batted Hall in a regu for the first time in 18 years. The Lar Janie. Miller is son of mrs. Lizzie Miller of Lockwood Avenue. Taft 0. A s sane fourth. Call came fron the yacht club Wycie win Turro stops in Rontz from souvenir pocket Book of Toledo in business District 01 on Camp Street. Lost either or sunday. Reward offered if in to ironed to Camp Street for upstairs rooms. In quire at Tiffin ave or b my phone 70s-y. 1 have a drink at the new ice less soda Fountain finest soda in the City. Strawberry and Vanilla ice Cream fruit salad a specially the Quality pharmacy e. J. Windisch prop. Cor. Hayes and Columbus ave. The Power boat Marion of Cleveland had Jum been docked the engine in the launch and Back fired Oil and Dienso becoming ignited in the engine i Oom the occupants of the Marion were badly frightened. Smoke poured Lioni the disabled Power boat As she in a red the s y. C. Do it and w c. Seitz of the club jumped into the water with a life preserver and swam out to Tho Marion and others wont 1 out in a boat with a line the boat soon at the Dock and then a Stirni of water was played on the on i sine room. The fire department men used a chemical also. The dam age done was about a. Ham mond and wife of Cleveland and a party of friends were aboard the Marion Cleveland to Indianapolis for Tho fourth. Cleveland. July Young woman had made the trip alone on the Philadelphia. Or Bradley s parents and three Sis ters went abroad on a pleasure trip 18 years ago. They visited South Africa and Bradley senior impressed with the possibilities of the country decided to Settle there. He obtained a position the government s railway Scrive and has prospered. of his daughters hav since married and live in Durban. Six years ago mrs. Bradley returned for a Short visit with fourth 10 Points fifth. 5 Points. Every contestant is required to Stop at the club House before the Rase and secure his Rumber. persons must be on Byrd of every boat and also carry the equipment required by Iyow. The races i l be run a Little Dif Ferent than last time As each boat will get their handicaps at the Start. All starts will be Flag starts instead of gun starts. Great interest is taken in the yacht race which will take place be tween the motor boat events. The Tattoo and Elizabeth Ann Are the two yachts to participate ant a Fine show ing is looked for. The entries for class r race Are As follows metro. Andy Knehr starts first Dis qualified if finished in 32 rain. 38 Sec. Finished in 13. Min. Store open monday night july 3d. The Scheuer Bros. Co. 30-1-3 police swoop Down on disorderly House the police monday raided the place at the Corner of Market and Fulton streets conducted for Tome time past by Grace Phillips and the latter with four other girl inia aies of the place were taken into custody. Complaints had come to the officials from people residing in that neighbourhood. The five women were ushered be fore mayor Lehrer later in the after noon and the women promised to vacate the place. The Phillips woman Vino r. Darn starts 3 m nuts and j also promised to not conduct any Simi 38 Sec., after first boat disqualified if Lar place in the City. Mayor Lehrer finished in 29 minutes. Grees Bass. C. Mirer strata 3 min utes 38 Sec. After first boat Dis Quali Freij if finished in 29 minutes. H. 0., Fred Zech starts i 3s Sec after first boat disqualified if finished in 28 min. Jean disk Carnegie starts 8 min 56 Sec after first boat disqualified ii finished in 23 min. 42 Sec. Elizabeth c. Feick starts 10 min 38 Sec. After first boat disqualified it finished in 22 minutes. Big four. George Wagner starts 10 min. 38 Sec. After first boat Dis Quali then discharged the five with a warn ing that fines and imprisonment would follow their next arrest if such thers is. Fied if finished in 22 min. Shefl in 22 min. Dawn we. Zimmerman starts 10 min. 38 Sec. After first boat disqualified if finished in 22 min. Chester. Fred Zech starts 11 min our store will be open to Martin co. Court House picnic Friday fourteenth Friday the 14th, is the Date and i Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie the place Lucile j. Flynn starts 10 min. 38 for the biggest court House event of after first boat disqualified if Fin the year the annual picnic. Sheriff Reuter is in charge of the arrangements As usual and the Mero announcement is enough to guarantee the Success of the boat trip. Court House will be practically dosed 23 Sec. After first boat disqualified in finished in 2 1mm. 13 Sec. Down and nearly everybody will go on the Outing. Coloured boy drowned saturday was a Harvard student working through school that e. L. Melroy of St. Louis drowned in the Bay saturday was a Harvard Law school student and a member of its football team was Learned monday. Friends say that after finishing his year at the Eastern school he was compelled to earn Money to further continue his studies. He accepted the place As waiter on the put in Bay and thus met a watery grave. Mcelroy is described As a Joung Man of about Twenty five and of quiet habits. Passengers on the put in Bay liked the coloured lad and there were Many expressions of sorrow be cause of the sad event. The body of the boy was shipped to his parents at St. Louis monday afternoon. The report published in a morning newspaper that Mcelroy was pushed off the Dock by one of his companions As a sort of a joke is declared utterly untrue by those who saw the affair. The latter say that the drown ing was due either to cramps or in experience in swimming. Taft to by put his 0 k. On the sane Lher on anti Tost year his father who fourth in n by if rear platform speech is now Svenn on years old came Cedar Point Stock for Sale. Also several Cedar Point shares and a few Cedar Point Bonds. Address p. 0. Box 91. Which he delivered Here this morning. He Lott at once for Indiana where he will make stops at Muncie. Winchester and Marion before arriving at Indian Apolis for the four Ali. Tuft. In his address Heie on the sane declared the men whose deeds Are celebrating were men who would not appreciate Surh a silly method As noise accompanied by explosions and the loss of fingers and eyes and sometimes life due to the necessity of loins something out of the Ordinary to celebrate an event which while not exactly peaceable was at least Over for a few first chink divorce filed in Binghampton 1-3-4 subscribe for uie Star journal. Binghampton. N. Y., july 3. The first application for divorce Here Between two chinese has been filed by an attorney representing Lou Hoo Tong Doy against Inez Tong Doy. The plaintiff is a wealthy laundry Man who owns an automobile. The couple lived together but seven Days after their marriage in 1907, then the wife disappeared. The Hus later found her in Shenan she was Xai ried Man. Clearing Sale on our full line of go carts collapsible and regular. Prices from a up. Our line of go carts has More Comfort room and style than any other make in the City. All carts guaranteed to give satisfaction j. Mertz sons Washington and Mcdonough its. In spa per newspaper

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