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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio 'ii, S AN DU S RY S TAR -JOURNAL, fORTY-FOURTh YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911 LAST EDITION Unexpected Appearance of the Petrel Ends Fears Of For- eigns Residents REBELS VICTORIOUS, BRYAN ASSAILS HARMON. LINCOLN, Neb., July week's issue of the Common- er, W. J. Bryan fires the first gun of his battle to keep Gov. Harmon from being the presidential nom- in 1912. He declares that Harmon ticket in 1896 McKinley. bolted the democratic and worked for NUMBER 243 WASHINGTON EXPECTS SENSATION WHEN DR. H. W. WILEY TAKES STAND TO LIFT OFF THE LID iN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. ANARCHY PREVAILING LaFollette Says Taft Adminis- tration Course Has Been Vacillating Cities Except Capital Tak- en and U, S, Demands No Bombardment, PORT AU PRINCE, July Fears for the safety of Americans and American property ended to- day when the United States gun- boat Petrel suddenly steamed in- to the harbor. At once all foreign residents ran up tj'ie flags of their countries and opened up their places of business. Twelve hun- dred federal soldiers also arrived to defend the city from the insurgents. Other Ships Enroirte. WASHINGTON', July des- perate" was the situation in Hayti ac- WITHOUT DEFINITE POLICY Reciprocity Measure Unjust And" Favors Confederated Privilege, He'Says MADISON, Wis., July LaFollette, in this week's number of LaFollette's Weekly Magazine, .pub- lishes a sensational criticism on the Taft administration. "The president's course has been vacillating and without definite poli- cy because apparently there has been throughout his administration no deep conviction other than the hour makes appear expedient. cording to advices received here to- ''His-, conduct of the pending legis- day that the state department is of the same kind and quality basing its Jiope of saving tflat which has marked his whole lives and property solely upon the j course as president. Reciprocity is a speedy the jscout Chester j The president and the gunboat Des Moines which jseized it-" are being rushed to Hayti. This-wasi. .Aril-Senator Lagollette says, "This 'before news was received of the is more _than a question of tariff rival of the warships. The department- is backing up Min- ister Furniss in hisj. demand that the I "Eht _ Haytia iboat shall not bombard any of the towns in which there are rates. It is bigger than a mere oppor- for party advantage. It is the between the plain...people and confederated privilege." Pointing out the injustice of this Americans and American property but Canadian pact. Senator LaFollette it is conceded that a practical state of i "sir> in letter and spirit, this anarchy prevails. The cruiser Chester j measure violates every principle and is not expected to reach Hayti before ?very Promise of the republican plat- Saturday. Nothing is known here of the yacht American on which the Americans at Cape Haytian have tali- eri refuge. Expect New Government. PORT AU PRINCE, Hayti, July With all of the principal cities of the island except tl-rj capital in the .hands of the revolutionists today it seems likely that this city must also fall and a new government be established. Si- mon, who-was elected1 president in 1903. is expected to flee to Jamaica and a successor will at once be elected. CLEVELAND IS ALERT AGAINST CHOLERA CLEVELAND, July the city against Asiatic cholera invasion were completed by the board of health at a meeting in the city hall. Two cit; printed or spoken word and induce- ment employed to secure the votes necessary to elect William H. president of the United States. "This bill, and the Canadian pact upon which it is based, is cruelly un- just to thirty-three million people en- gaged in and dependent upon agri- culture. They are fighting for simple justice, with their back .to the wall. In siKh a warfare they are entitled to employ every legitimate weapon. "And fof whoes benefit is agricul- ture to suffer? Ah, Sir, the real ben- eficiaries are coming into view a lit- tle more clearly day-by day. Since the president's admission at Indiana- polis July' Fourth that this bill prom- ises nothing for the consumer, the real parties to profit are begining to be a little more clearly distinguisha- be. They are all the roll. "Joined with the executive to force Forecast: Saturday. Temperature at a. ra.. Temperature one year ago. degrees. Sun rises Saturday at a. m and sets at p. m. (standard Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today. 12 miles west at 9 o'clock Friday morning. Otsiketa Third Time Winner in 21-Foot Class and Takes The Cup. ELSIE IS PROBABLE WINNER IN Only Trophy for Sandusky Was Big Four To Handle State Spe-1 in Motor Boat cial Through Section This Regatta Big Success INSTRUCTION TO FARMERS. Lecturers and Demonstrators From State University Will Be in Charge A special agricultural train will be run over the Big Pour and Cincinnati Northern. July 31 to August S. under the direction of the College of culture, of the Ohio State This train is i Special to the Star-Journal. i PUT-IN BAY, O., July j a light and shifting breeze in j which full sail was required and fast time was impossible, the de- ciding heats in the Inter-Lake re- gatta were sailed this morning. The races concluded the most successful Lake Erie regatta held in years. Yachtsmen are more than pleased, although the San- dusky contingent is not very jubilant, having won no trophies except the cup, championship flag, and in cash for Miller's Pet in motor boat races. Otsiketa was the first of the ileet over, crossing the finish line at bemg am for the pur- and taking down first money in the pose of giving instruction on wheat 21-foot class, consisting of Commo- culture, sugar beet culture, ana oth- I dore's pup. 5150 in cash and er important lines of scientific farm- Over sixty free this bill through congress are the frankly admitting their keeping a close watch on immigrants from thi3 cholera infected districts. The federal authorities have furnished the city health department with a list j influences over-protected manufacturers and practically every trust and combina- tion, baic-ked by Morgan and Morgan t-h -4. "The president allied himself with from these parts of the old world j these same interests in the tariff leg- they will be kept under surveillance j ilation of 1909; these same two weeks after their arrival in j terests when be defeated the tax on me cit> _ _ !individual incomes, that session; with The physicians will start with a list j lnese same interests when he proposed of thirty-seven and as the number of j and attempted to force through con- cases accumulate this observation gress th-e railway rate bill in 1910; will become more and more ar- with these same interests in the long Uuous- and heart-sickening affair in Alaska, the end. -of. whir.h no man knoweth; -BLUE AND THE GRA Y FORGET PAS7 STRIFE MANASSAS, Va., July army of peace took .possession, of Manassas today. Thousands oLmen wearing the Blue and the Gray filled tte old town. On the battlefield of Bull Kun-uear by was to be seen the panoply of war, but the implements of death and de- struction were not there, for the -pur- pose that took -them -there fifty years ago. Nevertheless, they were remind- ers of those bitter days thou- this or that commander held the en- emy back so long. They talked of reserve corps and attacks on their right; of cavalry charges and defense by the left. As they wandered around they would see a monument or a marker on which the inscription would attract their attention. Then they would figure out among themselves, throwing statistics to the winds, how many men were- left of EXPECT lEY 10 tions will be given. The lectures will be given on the train, which will consist of a number the championship flags. Toledo was second over, crossing at She j gets third place and prize money. Camilla finished third today, crossing at She had two seconds be- fore and takes down second money. of coaches especially equipped for i this, purpose. Farmers and others in- j terested in agriculture are request- ed to meet this train and hear the latest and most accurate information WASHINGTON, D. C., July 21.- ___ ._ There are going to be some skeletons sands of the youth of the north aad each brigade, regiment or company i hauled forth from official closets and Washington Waiting For Pure Food Expert to Take Wit- ness Stand. the south gave up their lives in the first great battle of the civil war. when the battle was over. This afternoon the veterans and About 200 survivors of the their friends returned to town for the rattled in the midsummer breezes when the "pure food Dr. Har- r who fought at the battle clasped hands formal exercises of the 'day. The exfir- vey Wiley, chief of the govern- of chemistry, takes the at the uiunion. Both Gen. Gilman, cises were of a simple biit very im-! wltness stand in the investigation commander of the G. A. R., and Gen. I __ stf.rted by the house committee on Gordon, commander of the United Con- j (Continued on Page 3) ercrendiiureg. federate Veterans, declared- in their j addresses their belief that tho nation j Situation in Italy. CHIASSO, Switzerland, July An official report 'on the cholera epi- demic in Italy issued ,by the Italian government shows cases and deaths from July 12 to July 16 as follows: In the city of Naples, 64 casss and 21 deaths; .province of 48 cases, 19 deaths; city of Palermo, 15 cases, 1 deaths. and with the power greater than all back of these same interests, when be vecently and openly announced his support of the Al-drich-Morgan credit- controlling monopoly lies." of all monopo- TOLEPO, 0., July her grief stricken parents were sitting at her bedside, Hazel Berry, 4, .died aft- j er 'suffering for more than 24 hours. would never again see such a battle. President Taft made the principal ad- dress of the day. Manassas was beautifully and pro- fusely decorated in honor of the vet- erans and of President Taft and other notables who came to participate in EARTH SLIDE BURIES CANAL STEAM SHOVEL WASHINGTON, July the crew of a big steam shovel ;n the Culebra cut was enjoying holiday U..F t '-ip, the semi-centennial cebbration. Many Jnly 4, a mass of ai-i rock of the visitors reached town yesterday, j immediately north of O-'d hill fen while the morning trains from Wash- into the cut and br-v-i shovel No ington, Richmond and .the west added 225. Another shovel is now trying to thousands to the invading host idig it out. There was no regulaiprogram map-J Six days there was It was -go ped out tor the toren another e as you please" with the. victors, and The en rlfdp 'n 'he cut at Las hnwovo-r- _ y u The committee is trying to find out what really is going on in the de- partment of agriculture. Jealousy is now said to have been the of the dissension, with Secretary Wil- son, George'P. MrCabe, solicitor for the department, and F. U Dunlap. assistant chemist to Wiley, lined up against the doctor, whose work is under Secretary Wilson's supervis- ion. Wiley was nagged in his work. It was hoped, it is declared, that he would resign. But the doctor exhib- ited a grim determination to hang on- so cred- however, declared the they took in the sights with a vigor total amount of material in motion', that was remarkable, or r'iout to move into the cut, does yp.ars. So he fought the department of ag- riculture right, along with his fight age of the veterans and the fact t'aat not exceed the estimate of excavation j many had come from a great distance, yet to 'be done there. At daybreak almost the crowd be- j gan to move toward the historic bat- outside money interests was hurt the pure i food and drug law. Dr. Wiley was 1 of tlie board of-food and tlefield. Motor leartig to be j 912, or less than one-fourth of j and his The grand the canal to total J'.ilv of excavation cCabe and vehicles were pressed into servio. The i battle memorials were inspected and the entire amount for the completed :-idj While the child was playing in the every bit of rising ground was climbed ditch, one death and in the province of Avel- j kitchen of her home her clothing to get a clear view of the field where i lino three cases and one. death. In j waa ignited by a watch. 'v the province of Caserte 21 cases and 9! deaths are officially reported and in the province of Salerno 30 cases and 11 deaths. In Genoa'there'are several suspected cases, but the government's report makes no mention of these. HOLD-UP SUSPECTS HELD ST. PAUL, Minn., July men suspected of being concerned in the hold-up of the Northern- Pacifls north coast" 2 near Buffalo, N. D.Vafe being held ,by the authorities at Melrose, three others are detained at Tolna, N. D., and two are In jail at Fargo, N. D., awaiting, investigation. GOVERNOR DEMANDS SHOE TRUST PROBE mod Friends and Foes Concede It Will Be Passed'By The, Senate Saturday "WASHINGTON, D. C.. July With the Canadian reciprocity treaty coming up for final vote in "the sen- ate tomorrow, "both friends and foes concede today that its passage is cer- tain.. They, likewise agree that the vote will be fully two to one in its favor. Debate contiaued through today's session. Senator LaFollette making the .principal speech against, the measure. ;He discussed his woolen and cotton schedule Senator Bailey spoke for three hours yesterday afternoon against the sons of the nations best men went: mw SOTTUBPS rvirufn out for their country's cause, and! SOLDIERS IMCBiD where the Confederate troops fought: VIENNA, July soldiers, n valiantly for what they thought injured, twenty of them serious- ,ln? a s The great majority of the veterans lv- when a regiment of drasoons was on tne nci' Rs bad not visited the field since they I charging at full gallop at Bunzlau and i fought in it. !a horse fell in front of ihe line. !fhp thro It was remarkable how long and Fort-v dragoons and their mounts roll- IvL. nf well the soldiers remembered every ,ed over the rider and his horse. spot, move, every order, every i Several of the injured will die. incident of the great conflict. They j gathered in groups and pointed out to their wives, daughters and sons who DOROTHY ARNOLD CASE? accompanied them the places where count for much in the board's decis- ions. Now th.p doctor is going to be quiz- zed by the congressional committee and all Washington believes there will be something: of a sensation when s he intimates he will. In the upper turft are shown accused with Dr. in the dis- j caarge of their duties and the en- gaging of Dr. H. H. Rtisby. an ex- in regard to farming. The time of arrival at the various stops in this section will be as follows: MONDAY. JULY 31. Gallon, a, m.; Shiloh, a. m.: Greenwich, a. m.; New London, p. m.: Wellington, p. m.; Grafton, 3 p. m.: Berea, p. m. TUESDAY, AUG. 1. Castalia, a. m.; Clyde, a. Rube- led the ing at The start in this class was at The shift in the wind gave Joe Crasser in the Tifco the advantage and he crossed the line with. in.; Greensprings, a. m.; Tiffin, a. m.; Carey, a. m.; Whar- ton, p. Forest, p. m.; Kenton, p. m.: Belle Centre. p. Huntsville, p. m.; Bellefontaine, night meeting. The train is being furnished and operated by the railroad company and the lectures and demonstration material are furnished by the college station. A. B. Graham, superintend- station. A. B. Graham, sueprintend- ent of agricultural extension of the college, and officials of the Big Four will have charge of the train. Fur- ther information can be obtained from local ticket agents. It is hoped that local people will meet the train and hear the lectures, which are free, with nothing to sell and nothing to a first in the catboat division. This mixes up the situation, but it is prac- tically assured that the. event will go- to Toledo. Old Sam, Bones" each have a first Elsie of Toledo, was the first over in 4-20 class A, modern cruisers. She had to give Duster, of Cleveland, something like sixteen minutes, however, and the Inberlake championship will not be de- termined until shore is reached. It (Continued On 2 YEARS TO DECIDE LOCATION OF EDIFICE advertise. CITIZEN BALLINGER CHANGES HIS OPINION DENVER. Colo.. July 21, A. Ballinger, private citizen. CLBVELAND, Jalyi at St. John's .Catholic Cathedra! de- clared that Bishop Farrelly and Ms advisers must decide within two jaears where the central edifice of the diocese shall be. The decision will .be made on the question of selling the present site, at E. 9th; street and Superior avenue, and oh the location. for a new cathedral. The church authorities declared that if the presence of the cathedral is barrier to the progress of that section of the city, they would be willing to sell, even at a sacrifice. The church authorities said that it i had been determined to choose a new v ,Jsite in the aown-town section.of.the Richard city, in case the present holds views on public lands at variance with the views of Richard A. Ballinger. sec- j retary of the interior. Mr. Ballinger j will speak here at the public lands I abandoned. convention. September 28. 'While spcrptarv nf HOG AX WAMS SECOJiD TERM COLUMBUS, July head ofl ______ _ ___ 'the movement of friends to' nominate j him for gnvorrH'ir Attorney General had to conform to announced today thafhe is af- ministration, but as a private citizen, iter a second term of his present ofr? conditions have changed." he said in j flce- lis letter of acceptance of the invita- i i 7 tion to speak in Denver. AJfDERSOX COJinG HOME WASHINGTON. July man Anderson left this morning for T brief visit with his family at Fos- toria. TRY TO BREAK SECOND CARRIE NATION WILL I GUTHRIE. Okla., July arc to be made to break the second will of the late Carrie Nation, ac- cording to announcements here to- day. In her first will Mrs. No More Entries Expected FOF Democratic Ortner For Auditor? NEW YORK, July that they have another Dorothy pert chemist, to assist in the work of' 'fift valuable property to the Free! Methodist church, but in her second will this was changed. The church will attempt -to enforce the first will.. x. Nation the lists Generafccojinion been [food i ture inspection, are (1) L. Those in the pic- F. Kebler. chief of Arnold case, the entire police de- i chemistry. bw, assistant chief of the bureau of thaf filleT for the for mayor and no other candidates than tha who partment is today searching for Miss Louise Swan. 19, who has DARE-DEVIL DRIVER j talked of are now out of it entirely. 1 On the republican side, Mayor Lehrer will be the only aspirant, it "is be- CLEVELAND. 0.. July 21. The not been seen since kissing her state board of health, in annual mother lat Monday and starting session here, adopted a resolution recommending the introduction of study of 'sex hygiene in public schools. out for a walk. Domestic Identified as Divorc- ed Wife of Millionaire, too Proud To Beg LOST WIFE, THEN LIFE, BECAUSE OF RECKLESS DRIVING OF CAR; STRANG KILLED BY MACHINE CHICAGO, July Strang. i the first hastened the second. Since CHICAGO, July Catherine whose name stood for unbridled Porter, 52, a domestic in the home of ing motor racing is known, W. F. Hobbs, and who was killed last died a victim to the recklessness night by stepping in front of an auto.! which caused his wife recently to di- Governor Foss, was today identified as the former Mrs. Catherine Edgar, divorced wife of Selwyn C. Edgar, the St. Louis mul ti-millionaire stee! magnate. The wom- an, d'XTrced from her husband and separated from her son, was too proud to beg aid from her relatives and for years had made a living as a domestic of Massachusetts, i or at other menial labor. Twenty has sent a mesage to the legislature i years ago she was the social leader of asking that the shoe trust be i St Louis. She still retained -her for- gated. He declares one company I mer beauty and to keep from attract- owns all the. shoe raanufactoring mi-iing attention, when on the street wore chinery, thereby maintaining an ab- a heavy veirwhich prevented her see- solute monopoly in the industry. ing the automobile that kilted her. vorce him. Hero of a hundred flirtations with death on tracks where to run a mile a minute was like standing still, it was left to Strangi the beautiful woman known on the stage as Louise Alexander divorced him on the principal ground that lie- was too heedless of his life and hers. Strang appeared even mere careless} of death. He became a demon on i track, and on the road ne oeemecr totally incapable of keeping a car down to moderate speed. When he met death he was driv- to meet his end in a staid reliability; ing J. I. Case car in the reliability run. His car overturned off an em-! run of the Milwaukee Automobile bankment twenty miles from Rich-1 club. On a high narrow road he en- land Center, in southern Wisconsin.! countered a team. The car- was run- Others in the machine escaped injury ning at a fast clip, but Strang at- but the young racer was crushed j tempted a hair-line" passage without under the footboard. j lowing down. He miscalculated tne First his wife and then his life j formation of the roadway and went were sacrificed to the gratification m i over the five-foot bank. The auto- speed. Some of Strang's friends sayj mobile turned over several times. FORFEITS HIS LIFE! Democrats expect Councilman John i to run again for council- j man-at-large. It is said that Council- men Donahue and Parsons, who ara already announced as candidates and have petitions out, expect Holzaepfei as their running mate. In this cass j he would not be a candidate for j mayor. Likewise Councilman. Henry Curtis would be out of it as there are but three councilmen-at-large to be elected. For ward councilmet! candidates are' coming out slowly. Councilman Seebach, of the Fourth ward, will seek a re-election, it is said. It was reported Friday that Leon- ard Ortner, who soon retires as coun- ty clerk, will seek the republican nomination for city auditor. The socialists, it was also said Frt day, will have candidates in field with Theodore Miller at tin head of the ticket. According to plans naw worked out. there will soon active Fiesinger clubs, one West End, one in die South End an< one in the East End. The West End Democratic club, which endoiwd Fiesinger and adopted his decided to divide into three and endeavor to secure a largt borshiu for each. i r E WSPAPER lEWS'PAFERf ;