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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               MISS THE OPENING CHAPTER OF THE FASCINATING HONOR OF THE BIG IN SATURDAY'S STAR-JOURNAL. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 3' Americans Are Reported Safe in Cablegram Received State Department. MASSACRE REPORTED FROiVI THE INTERIOR WOMEN GET BALLOT ______ SAN Oct. doubt that the woman's suffrage amendment has passed the state election was dispelled by returns today. The plurality will prob- abiy be So overwhelming was the vote s in favor of the other important initiative and refer- endum and the the that tabulst-on of the retu'rns was suspended nearly a third of the precincts re- maining unreported. The final count taken showed the following For jnitia tive and for the recall. 46.290. CRUMBLING AND SLIDING OF EARTH UNDER MAMMOTH GATUN DAM CAUSES ALARM AMONG RESIDENTS OF NEIGHBORING PANAMA CITY Plan of Insurrectionists is to Capture Kingdom and De- clare a Oct. 13. The state department today received a cablegram from Secretary Wil- of the Pekin stating that Hankow was report- ed in flames. Fifteen tho'jsafld men comprising an army corps 'have joined the rebels. Ameri- cans seem to be he said. Rebellion Spreading. HANKOW. Oct. flame of the rebellion is rapidly spreading in four provinces now being practically in the hands of revolutionists. Fierce fighting is re- ported at many points. Strict orders have been issued to respect the lives of foreigners but their -position is dangerous. -Massacres are and incendiary fires have occurred all over the country. The which Sas -been over China for and of which the rising in the province of was only a small has bagun in earnest. It is a concerted movement to take the empire and de- clare a republic. The capital is threatened by government troops who have desert- ed. A flotilla of foreign gunboats is anchored off Hankow to protect for- eigners. Dr. Sun Yat exiled for preach- ing is now leading the -revolutionists and his Sun Yu has been elected president of the -provisional assembly. Both Prosecutor Does Not Like Lati- tude Allowed Defense in Questioning Veniremen. M'NAMARAS WIN A POINT Grand Jury Which Has Been Held Together a Year Was Dissolved LOS Oct. the -eaamteation men was resumed today the prosecu- tion entered a vigorous protest against Judge ruling that widest latitude would be allowed in determining whether prospective jur- j ors are opposed to labor unions. The j state insisted that because McNamara j was a union man was no reason why j this ruling should.be made. told Attorney Fredericks j .the state would have the same right in questioning jurors as to whether they were opposed to the Merchants' and Manufacturers' Association. The defense is highly pleased over the announcement that the state grand which has been in session for a will finally dissolve this Star-Journal Men Find That People Are Employed in the Factories and Producing Plants of Which Are Prospering. Natural Prouducts Source Of Wealth But Manufactures Are Chief item And Are Mr king Good Gains- Some and women employed in fac- of wide education and afternoon McNamara's attorneys op- While there has been no anu- 1 enly assert that this would not have of the 'jteen brought about had not they filed views. Crumbling and sliding the around the great Gatun locks of the Panama with the news of the disastrous floods in Wisconsin and at is giving residents of a. great deal of uneasiness. The latest Col. George W. in charge of the and government officials ad- caused four month's'delay in the construction of the cofferdam. They scout theories of- danger to the. main but there are many in Panama who have contended that the ground under the Gutam dam is to me1.UVJLJUO O.L G i CTJJUJ ecu. A uvuoauuo Ui i _ r convicts have -been released and pil- change of-judge on the ground that lasing is widespread. Grave fear is this particular grand -jury was kept 'felt here that the mob on-e having alive for the benefit of the prosecu- tion. tasted blood here. not he easily re- Imperial troops are enroute It was announced by District At- torney Fredericks for the state that transcripts of the evidence in the blowing up of the Maine in Havana harbor and in the case of Dr. head of a sanitarium at -Santa Cal.. convicted of destroying with dy- namite a tent house on the sani- tarium grounds and nearly causing capital of is re-jthe death of a woman and will ported to have risen in revolt be introduced as evidence. John Bir- The rebels are well organized and financially strong. They have con- fiscated the local treasuries and banks and are issuing their own paper redeeming the government notes with as foreign banks are refusing government notes. if Ore-dam way. capital of the province of is on the verge of an up- mingham of San who gave expert testimony in both these cases. several public buildings also will be called as a -witness. The destroyed. of sol- diers have joined the'' mutiny in Hu- Peh. Many Manchus have idea of the state is to show that the effect of both explosions were identi- cal with the one that caused the de- been struction of the Times building. and the terrified people are fleeing j The eleven veniremen were from the cities into the country car-j taken into custody at the close of rying their belongings. The prisons have been opened and criminals liber- ated. There has been fighting in the but the most stringent orders have been issued that the lives of I locked up. Wednesday's proceedings spent a quiet day in their quarters in the hall of records. They were taken for an hour's automobile ride and they were foreigners and their property shall be respected. ------An American expedition which was dispatched from Hankow to Wn- Chang to aid the missionaries returned here with all the mission- except Miss R. A. Kemp of the John J. McNamara gave out a state- that his- PRESIDENT DEFENDS 11 DOLLAR Oct. publics. A study vigorous defense of diplom- as exemplified by the Nicaragua and Honduran loan treaties now- be- fore the United States senate made here today by President Taft. shows their of the revolutions first object is the Sandusky has nearly working men tories and producing industries. Do you grasp The number is almost equal to one-fifth of the population of the city and it is really hard to believe without investiga- tion. Factories in this case means nearly all the industries of the and not merely those which 'come under the census director's definition of the word. it does not include the business enterprises of the city such as retail office employes of professional men. and the thousands of other persons who find emploj ment in other ways. Confining the enumeration to places where products are shipped out of the city as manufactured in the plants or prepared for the number will be 3. great'surprise to of people of Sandusky and other places where is little idea of the real extent ol the industries of San- To many places outside Sandusky has been known particularly .beganso it is a summer watering resort and little thought was given to the thriv- ing industries which go to make up the business of the- community in the 365 days of the year. While the thousands of people who come to this city in the summer for a few weeks only and on pleasure do not realize the extent of the industrial life cf it is brought home to them by the fact that the products of Sanduskv are shipped to all parts of the country and utilized in the homes of many of them. The products of the industrial life of Sandusky are many and varied. Al- most everything is manufactured from crayon which the children use in the school room to the biggest motor trucks which are fast becoming a ne- cessity in all the big business interests of the country and also in the fire and police departments for the protection of the homes.. Manager of the Booth Fish Says Local Firm Is Not Concerned. On the other hand it extends into the line of food products through the thriving fish the grape and wine industry and the products of the pickling plants of the city which provide the luxuries and necessities of life in many parts of the United States and other countries. That the payrolls of these corn- seizure of customhouses through which import' taxes are collected. The customhouses'are the only sources of .revenue at and provide the sinews of war for the professional He lauded the treaties which g-aaran-j rf With these as a basis of operation he moves into the coun- tee the collection of customs duties and ultimately and for the time the South American republics to sat- being secures control of the whole re- public. By a very fortunate arrange- under an order of President with the consent of Santo and -under an arrangement with the bondholders of that then failing and unfortunate Americans were placed in control of j ment in brother was a isfy loans made by American bankers as a powerful of preserving peace in Central and South America. With the debts of Honduras -and Nic- aragua and their collection che hands of agents of the United he .divisions-would ceaso President Taft said in ______ there have _ -.Honduras there have been sev- weakling or that he en revolutions in 15 years. Its terri- was physically unequal to the ordeal before him. brother was brought up like one of a million said he. Episcopal members of the Ro-jis younger brother and has always man Catholic including looked to his older brother for sup-________ _ sisters and London and advice. I hope the public fluence over countries subject to these tory reaches from ocean to and its neutrality is rarely preserved when its neighbors are at war. These condi- tions necessitate the keeping at great of its army. General arbitration treaties can have Httle'in- toolr-chargf the .collection of revenues. The ar- declined to depart. will not judge him hastily because of conditions. There was a brief exchange of shots the weight of his chin or the color of the Wu-Chang forts and his loyal Chinese cruiser. The McNamaras experience with Santo Domin- once a valcano of revolution con- j ji -v. j T spent the day stantly in suggests a pos- ceased after British and Japanese of- tbeir The sible and practicable method of meet- flciala had protested that it endan- we their-attorneys and one or two ing the same difficulties that are pre- gered the foreign concessions. peftonal frle'nds_ EeiUed to thege Central re_ rangement was like a providing for the deposit of a certain proportion of the funds collected in a New York city to be applied to the payment of the national af- ter it had been scaled down to a rea- sonable with as much as pos- sible of the and injus- tice squeezed out. lesson of Santo Domingo has suggested a similar solution of the difficulties of and some of the other countries in on Page ORTIE CHIEF WITNESS IN M'NAMARA WORKED IN SENECA DURING HIS EARLY LIFE World's Series Tickets Offered at Big Advance While Fans Rage at Officials. NEW Oct. of baseball fans today stormed about the National league headquarters seeking panies run into without saying. the thousands goes The fruit and fish industries not only provide work foi men in the shipping plants but foster the grape production and fishing in- dustry on the sending thou- sands of dollars into the pockets of the prosperous farmers and fisher- men which find their way into the coffers of the of the city. retail business places The last census gives Sandusky but a few under although the correct figures are nearer and it is safe to say that there is not to get tickets while -speculators city in the state compared fered to sell hundreds of the coveted pasteboards at from 100 to 200 per cent profit. Secretary Gray cjanies respon- with Sandusky in population which can show as thriving and diversified industries. The city is not dependent sibility for the tickets being secured iupon any One great plant. Railroad by speculators Many patrons how- facilities are also exceptionally good sent checks for tickets and re- j to and from it being pos- PROSECUTOR INVESTIGATES Agent in Columbus Takes Or- ders and Packages Are Shipped to Him Direct Developments in the Ohio peniten- tiary investigation at Columbus late Thursday brought out the belief that there might be a Sandusky end to the charges relative to the purchase of fish at exorbitant prices which is' charged against Stewart Randall and Thomas of and it was stated after the investigation 'that Prosecuting Attorney Turner wouM try to investigate the books of the Sandusky office of the Booth company as well as those of the Co- lumbus office. Charles F. manager of tha Both Fish company of this said Friday that his company had nothing to do with the sale of fish direct to the Ohio penitentiary. send fish packages to Columbus and some of our fish may have been sold to the. Ohio penitentiary for all. we he said. -wa never sold any fish to-the penitentiary- direct. R. G. our agent in the. New Hayden TWO MORE ESCAPE. COLUMBUS. Oct. serving four years from Miami and Clyde serving five years from Wii- Mams made their escape _ ceived neither tickets nor their money back. All money will be returned next it was but extra police were on duty to prevent any demon- stration about the offices. One of the men closest to Gray on returning from a conference with him doubt well dressed men were hired to wait in line until they could purchase tickets. In other cases speculators had people write from other cities sending certified checks for the series. After these or- ders were filled they were sent by the people receiving the tickets to the speculators in New York. There is absolutely no way in which the spec- ulator can be sible reach any section of the state by practically a direct line. This is one of the things which is a boom to the manufacturers and an induce- ment for other factories looking for a location where shipping facilities are good to locate here. on Page Report From Constantinople Says They Will Demand Continuation of War LONDON. Oct. dispatch from Constantinople says that fighting has broken out on the Montenegrin bor- der. Turkish and Montenegrin troops are engaged. Serious news lias reach- ed here pointing to an impending rev- olution in Turkey. When congress opens tomorrow the young Turks will insist that the war against Italy be presented to the end. The Daily Telegraph's correspondent Seeiared the old autocracy may be re- Bt'ored. Troops Are Landed. Oct. Caneva. .Commander-in-chief of the Italian ex- has decided to act quickly and it is believed that the troops un- der him will march immediately -against the positions occupied by.the Turks.. A reconnoisance of the desert the central body of the Turk- ish troops with field guns not far from tie city. Smeteen more Italian escorted by warships and carrying division of the ar- .tive'd. The men were quickly s division is strong and now Italian soldiers of Tripoli. the utmost precautions have.been taken looking to the per- .'ecting of sanitary i. ..v..a broken and it is re- LOS Oct. Ortie E. McManigal. .in a de- clared that he was the confederate of John and James McNamara in a con- spiracy which involved murder and destruction all over the lived an uneventful as he himself de- scribed it. up to the time he was ar- rested in Detroit with James B. Mc- Namara last April antl braught to this city to be the principal witness against the brothers at their trial on a murder McManigal was born at BURNS IN TIFFIN Wm. J. famous was in Tiffin Thursday looking up i n nnecin w HOT OFF THE WIRE The Athletics and Giants meet Saturday afternoon in New York for the first of the world's series championship games.. In- terest in tjie contests is intense the country over. Within a few moments after tjhe game ends each the a noon by scaling the west wall witfi a and have not yet been lo- cated. Warden Jones charges that a conspiracy has been entered in- to between the prisoners and guards to blacken his reputation. Coming as it does on top of the charges made by Guard Shipley it has caused considerable of a sensation iiere. Guards saw the men escape but were afraid to shoot because of the crowd on the street. The men were working on a scaffold along the wall. takes orders and sends up to the San- dusky house to have them filled. Ws frHthe orders as they are sent and do f ian war on the Ino' know who the orders are for. The Turks seems to be fish shiPPed are consigned to the agent jurKS seems to oe and djstrlbuted geared 'bout like In the investigation our al's trusts. Temperature at Star- 44. oae i figures taken from vouchers in the state auditor's office.- showing that the Journal will be out with plete story and score. Thursday af- 'torney gener- j ternoon Warden T. H. B. Jones de- war on the fended himself against the charges' of I brutality brought Former Night _ i Captain Shipley and Thomas Finn and Stewart Randall were also called to Unsettled j testify. Randall and Finn gave with rain tonight their explanations of the fish slightly land other purchases under in- warmer tonight. i Wiry. Randall presented a table of a. i penitentiary was buying fish as low. or than other state including the Cleveland and state located on. Lake Erie. He declared the present of Jess than 4 cents resulted from a general- and temporary decline in the It was said that tne booVrs of i Sandusky company were expected reveal the actual quantities of fish ELEVATED HUGHES TO BENCH FOR A PURPOSE1 shipped .when the penitentiary i ageiuent paid .-for L250 pounds and what price the fish trust charged for- i the supplies -for which the state paid- Neb.. Oct. gressmen had not tried to s 1-2 cents a pound. It is Watch for the Star-Journal. com- Slm i'ises Saturday at a. m. and at p. m. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today. 11 miles north j at nine o'clock Thursday afternoon. COMMONER INTIMATES THAT PRESIDENT TAFT some details in connection with the McNamara case. It was in Tiffin that some dynamite was ivrni wasCOh7ddl McManJaf recent in which platform but that it that the dealer who sold to pent- V. 7 t. h ton been redeemed by the supreme tentiary paid about 4 cents. 0 AnriT i W died l S f iQ de'-ision dwsn'f- bacft- 11 fmir n H hp.r with authorship of the of Governor Hughes' ol' I and tell truth about the who 1 at th- Sine Dlace is dted b-v William J. Bryan as was applied. Hary and' my alleged part in the re-' 1 ister aad f'i proof of his allegation that the we have it. Governor moval of Mr. Finn. I shall be obliged- Then ijNTew was elevated to Hughes was put forward to represent i to go and correct his errors g-fT tt. the supreme bench for a purpose. In the republican he assured the i said Senator T. A. Dean of Sandusky. rule of reason' for referring to the warden's tss- been-waiting for tiwony of his alleged activity to rn- fathpr remarried and took the' ivt n mt. Irpn bark to hisVo-ne where thev Commoner today Bryan trusts teat dned about 11 its 190S had l then occurred between to amend toe than ten years remained A separation then occurred between father and and the chil- dren were sent to live with the father's parents in Hutchinson. where they lived for a year or two. When McManigal was about 15 his father ventured for a third time into and took his children with him to a farm near Forest. O. Shortly afterward they removed to Tiffin. where sr... is living rostisraed on P'age would be adopted. duce the warden to retain Finn. man anti-trust law. During the cam- Congress refused to the j Columbus Thursday. paign of 1908 Governor of so Governor Hughes was put on the j He said that Finn's story to the New interpreted that promise supreme bench and helped amend feet that differences between the to mean that rule of i law in accordance with the republi- j den and the senator grew out of f- must be adopted. Scan promise and now President j defeat of the Dean local opoiou M Taft appointed in whose interest. the promise was correct. as well as other men of his i mads and who -appointed Governor I moW of to the United States i says rhe anti-trust taw as i ZAXESVILLB. Oct. l3.--Ffin n supreme 1 amended by the court must not pasture field witJi his j Homer Kvans. 14. of fi. chain of circumstantial j rcHcs KOitth is ..iv W delivered a speech recently in which I evidence sufficient to convict in a here. 'ni'fd lie complaiaed that republican con- criminal a family from JEWSPAPERf Gporge associated with disturbed. J. Pierpont Morgan in trust is a   

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