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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               MAY GET THE SCORE FROM THE TICKER OR BY TELEPHONE BUT FOR COMPLETE DETAILS YOU MUST READ THE STAR-JOURNAL IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE GAME. THE AN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBERS Government Heads Seem to Be Panic Stricken and Chinese Situation Critical. UNITED STATES WILL NOT INTERFERE NOW Strict Censorship is Establish- ed by the Government and Train Service Oct. for- eigners have been advised by their consuls to leave. All foreign- ers are preparing to board boats in the harbor. The panic stricken condition of V16 government is be- coming more apparent and un- easiness is felt that an anti-for- eign outbreak may develop. The government has established a strict censorship. Rioting lias broken out at several points in this city principally because pf the sensational runs made on the banks. Special pcflico are guaidmg tha bank officials and an outbreak is limmnent. Government bank notes bave fallen below par. The Chinese government has placed Severe restrictions on the telegraph evidently for the purpose of preventing -communication between the rebels The telegraph tration to messages or from- the provinces of Sze Ohuan Kwei-Chow and Yunan On this account where the revolution is at its is cut off tt is not considered possible that the frires have been cut throughout these lix provinces. Until lately the revo- having free use of the received and disseminated in- Jormation concerning the progress of plans in all quarters. The government refuses to reveal the number or the destination of the troops who are being sent forwaid Dnly a single first-class tram will be Km daily between Peking and Tien- about seventy miles to the outheast of the capital. This is due o the heavy troop traffic and for the mrpose of preventing any great num- ier of rebels from coming into Pe- Passenger and freight traffic has een entirely suspended between Pe- and Hankow. So far the government has refused permit correspondents to accom- the Both sides aie anx- ous to favor and it is be- ieved that the government will lecon- jider this refusal should the imperial- fets meet with initial success The last dispatch received from lankow said that the ie-volutionaries organized a Red Cross society nd had inuted the co-operation of he American Episcopal mission This hvitation was accepted provisionally Will Not Interfere. WASHINGTON. Oct. of State Adee conected an mpresseion which has got as fhe result of a Vienna dispatch to fee London Times that tne United is m negotiation with Russia br joint proceedings in China owing 0 tho rebellion there Mr Adee said that correspond- In ce now going on between Russia the United States has to do only Vith Chinese currencv in Irtiich several other powers are also the points aUected being miles removea from the cities he Chinese rebels attacked and teptured. It is explained at the de- lartment that no negotiations are go- ng on with any country with a view ID intervention In China Planning an Attack. Oct febels are reported to be planning an Ittack at the Woo forts and the irsenal at Kiangnan If aie suc- lessful it will mean that this the iecond greatest poit of the nil be at their mercj Communica- Son with Hankow has again in- Tt is believed that the reb- as have seized the telegraph wires to news of their movement from jetting out Ciowcls of refugees are here from threatened points Hong the river. runeral of the Late Justice of Supreme Court Will be Held on Tuesday Afternoon. WASHINGTON. Oct. the ite Justice Harlan's chair draped leavilj- in black the United States su- remo court met for a brief session oday. Chief Justice White formally unounced Harlan's death and ad- wnment was then taken in respect his memory. ine tui'erai Justice John 3J5r- hall of the United States su- reme will be held Tuesday af- ernoon at the New York Pnssbyteriaa with which the late jurist had een long identified. The pastor Rev. Dr Wallace Rad- will officiate at the services and te pallbearers will be the eight mem- ers of the United States supreme which will be prt- will be in Rock Creek WOMEN ON LOS Oct. men jurors to try James B. Me- Namara on the charge of dyna- imting the Los Angeles Times building and causing the death ot nineteen persons is among the possibilities The stuation is bi ought about by the success of the woman's suf- frage amendment last Tuesday. Eminent kgal authorities hold that women of the stats are now on_an equal footing with the men so far as jurj serving is concerned with little assurance that a jury can be obtained from among the men of Los Angjsles they may be peiemptorily sum- moned Judge Bordman Will Lay Down Rules For Examination of Veniremen. DIVORCE SUIT IMPORTANT McManigal Goes Back Upon Husband and Asks For Separation. LOS Oct. legal argument on the competency of opinionated veriiiemeif marked the McNamara trial today. The defense. concluded its aigument on that point that Veniieman Nelson should be ex- cused for cause and before the day is over Judge Bordw ell is expected to an- nounce his ruling. The court is ex- pected to hand down an absolute governing the examination of future veniremen. Mrs. Ortie McManigal as a possible factor in the trial of James B. Mc- Namara has bean eliminated for good. At least that is the belief of the officers of the district attorney's who are inclined to feel rather glum about it. The defense attorneys aie over the wom- an's suit for divorce filed in Chicago McManigal himself is putting on a brave air of don't but it was evident that he has feH the shock of his wife's desertion keenly. In an in- terview at the county jail be bitterly denies Mrs. McManigal's charges of cruelty He said- do not know yet whether I shall attempt to fight this suit. April 7 last I was paid by J. J McNamara after I told him that I needed money for my wife. That was for a dynamiting of which I expect to tell on the witness stand. My wife and I deposited this to our joint account in the Hibernian in Chicago care nothing for my wife now. When she came heie from the east and tiled to persuade me to repudiate my signed I decided that e would not stick by me I asked rer to see the children and when she Defused this I did not want to see her again It was just like she was In the district attorneys office the that the office had entered into a compact with of- fering him his fieedom if the Mc- Namaias were was indig- nantly denied aie not dependent upon Mc- Manigal save to back up circumstan- cial evidence we already is the waj the matter was put DEAF I ATHLETICS MEET GIANTS AT HOME Marquard Touched For a Double and a Home Run In The Sixth. Giving Philadelphia the Victory With Plank Go- ing Thousand Fans Happy. BAKER'S HOWIE RUN WINS SECOND FOR ATHLETICS. R. H. E Giants Athletics 010000000 153 10000200x 340 ShIBE PARK. Oct 16 Athletics starred off in todays the second of the great series for the world's champion- as if they intended to scoring a run m the first inning on Mar- quaid's wild pitch. The Giants came back in thp second with a run and then it went along until the sixth when Collins doubled and Baker folio 11- ed with a home clinching the game. Those backers of the Giants she- expected to see the Athletics' fol- lowers humble and beaten by their defeat of Saturday were disappoint- ed today. Philadelphia fans were on ly made more cocky by the result and were out confident that the Mackmen would take today's game and willing to bet even money that thej would beat Mathewson the next game he pitched. Both McGrav Mack refuse give- a point 'icfoi'0 the game warmr'1 i all their pitchers. The bat- teries were finally selected as Mar quard and Plank and Thomas Connelly Behind the bat. Brennan on the bases and Clem and Dineen in the outfield. The teams lined up the same as on Saturday. The ground rules called for two bases on a hit into the crowd and a Says-His Entry Into the Busi- ness World Will Not Create Any Sensation. Oct. 16 x Unable to stand longer the strains of Ragtime Band' sweeping through Bancroft v the authorities of the naval emy have forbidden all whistling in the midshipmen's and fiied the punishment of any guilty midshipmen as the imposi-' tion of twenty-five dements. The last with its stir- ring invitation to and the last straw. SCALPERS ARRESTED. Health Department Learns That Oranges Shipped From Florida are Poisonous. Oct. covery yiat a gang of ticket scalp- ers were trying to obtain general admission tickets to the Athletics- Giants game to be sold later at exorbitant prices led to the arrest v outside the ball park of four men today. Oct. here Sunday after having been paroled i from Leavenworth John R. Chicago who was con- victed of violation of the banking is resting at his home. In out- lining his course of business for the future the aged banker said he would try to collect the bioken ends of his business but that he had no intention of again entering the fight for suprem- acy in the financial world. do not contemplate any sensa- tional financial I do not think my entry to the business world again will be a matter of apprehension or anxiety to those now engaged in bus- he said. have quit fighting. All I want to do now is to get a little rest at get a new line on the tangled threads of the business enterprises I am in- terested in since the adjustment of the clearing house note and get those ieutei puses in what shape I can. things have been straighten- ed I do not know just what I shall do Certainly I shall not make any as has been to become the 'coal king' of the west I take it the coal complete as it is 'dynasty' is rather HFTAISHTir A home run on anything hit over thej fence. Ideal weather favored the sec- ond game. The general admission gate to ihe park opened at 9 o'clock Dr. H. D. Pet- this morning and fans poured into the health from S. E. bleachers. The line began forming Strode of the state dairy and food vesterday at 10 many coming commission at Columbus states that t6le blankets and lunches to wait un- not come James R. Garfield Denies That He Will Oppose the Endorse- ment of Senator. PROGRESSIVES IN Will Bolt Republican Ticket if Taft is Renominated at the National Oct 16.- of for -With the slogan two hundred delegates to the National Progressive congress met here today. James R. of denied that he would oppose the endorsement of LaFollette. Tele- grams were received from leaders la North Alabama and Citrus Ex- forward as was expected after the first change of containing ganie and despite the New York the information that orange growers team's lead of one victory betting saying sentiment there of that state have consigned to north- 10 to 9 and even- 'money era markets large quantities of un- waSered Athletic fans were confident ripe oranges which the exchange could be that thelr favorite would claims are poisonous and dangerous return winner in today's battle and to.health and particularly or were Ailing to back their opinion. children and invalids The DiS betters are holding back. Ath- LOS Oct. the watchfulness of his guard of se- cret service .men at its highest President Taft arrived in Los Angeles the scene of the McXamara trial and the most acute labor trouble on the Pacific coast Prior to his ar- rival the city was for sus- picious characters. Tomorrow Taft will start back his first stop be- ing at Mont A speedy program confronted the on his Arrival..An automo-j get into ihe askine only 75 and 50 their through the sti eets speeches to teachers and col- ored citizens took him to the audit- orium where he made the big speech of the day. A visit to the home of Dr William A a brief address to school children and a banquet night will complete the daj's program. favored LaFollette. Medill former newspa- per now one of the officers of the progressive headquarters In called the progressives to order at 10 o'clock and George Rec- ord of Jersey was per- manent chairman. The preliminary session was largely routine. A deluge of telegrams from over the coun- try poured into the headquarters. The conference will adopt a progres- sive of which will endorse a eminent by the neo- __ pie direct. It will favor the initiative investments and the are j an_d a_ stringent corrupt The state department is sending letlc who have big money to these notices to the different health wl11 take a11 the 10 officers of the state and the local do- 9 Glant money in j partment is urged to notify inspectors Today's crowd was almost equal to i to be on the lookout for such consign- that of Saturday In New York. A few ments and earnestly requested to co- speculators have blocks of ten to operate with the state department in twenty-five seats which have not that unripe oranges do not ready The speculators are J.X.- 1------1 Wl'fnrr rvT.ln- T- CO i be confiscated and destroyed. wlil be to let the tickets go at local health officers the power the regular prices before long. and authority under the statutes and their ordinances to enforce it. Per. sons who are in a position to know claim that serious results are bound THE GAME IN DETAIL FIRST INNING IMPERIAL ARMY OF CHINA WILL OFFER LITTLE OPPOSITION TO HUNDREDS DESERT TO JOIN RANKS OF REBELS Crosses Chinese concerted effort of th departments may future shipments be fc-rmance and was hit. getting on Dr dairy and food mspec- flrst Mun llned to c m N will be on the lookout for any runs first balj a strike but Lord singled and i took second when Hurray practices elimination of politics such fruit and the law Ij enforced will be strict- MAY NAME PROGRESSIVE D. C.. Oct Political circles agreed today that Taft will select a progressive as the successor to Justice Harlan in order to meet fele political situa- ton. Lewis D. of Eos- and Solicitor General Fred- erick W. Lehmann were promin- ently mentioned. Both are pro- a gressives but many believe Taft's personal dislike for Brandets fumbled would prevent his appointment. the ball Oldring Mar- J quard to Merkle. Lord taking third i m the reform in the civil scored when Marquard's first j sen ice looking to the abolition of the ipationage eie.tion of senators I by direct and choice of presiden- j tial candidates by direct vote of the people Twenty-eight state were repiesented i-n the coniention and the fire of the on Okla.. Oct C. P Rodders left rrMe at 7 40 this morning and followed the tracks of the Kansas and Texas rail- I road to Muskogee Okla. where he alighted at 9.15 after an trip. He intends to resume his flight later in the j exrvxl old crusaders pprmeates the gathering PRESIDENT'S FAMILY TO VISIT HOT SPRINGS BEVERLY Mass Oct Taft and Miss Helen Taft. are to and daughter of President Taft. are to remain at their summer Para- until Oct 2S. when they will go to Hot Springs. where thei will seek reoreat'on toi a time before returning to Washington to inaugurate the tocial season You won't never catch a girl pouting if oncet tell her on Pagp it's unbecoming her. to Forecast- Rain i late tonight and on tonight. Warmer cooler Tempeiature at 7 a m one 61 Sun rises Tuesday at T.45 a m and bets at p m Maximum w.n 1 foi 24 hcwrs ending at noon miles southeast at 11 47 Monday morning. Mistake in Orders Responsible For Serious Wreck on the Missouri Pacific. GRAND JURY STARTS THOROUGH PROBE OF THE TRIPLE MURDER AT KELLEYS ISLAND Determined to probe to the bottom the horrible triple murder at Kelleys the grand jury wasted no time m getting down to business at the re called which started Monday morning. Twenty-nine witnesses were sub- poenaed right off the and every- body on island that knows any- thing about the -ease will be asked to give his testimony. OMAHA. Xeb. Oct. a on collision on the Missouri Pacinc near Fort Sunday sev- en uersons were killed and 2- Tne wreck occiined when a passen- ger and extra freight came togoU CT 'he passenger making time engineer thought the other mg tram was on the Burlington which parallel those of the Missouil Pacific nt that point. Governor of Florida was in the Pullman of the passenger train on the morning after their com- j but was unhurt. Army surgeons from rades were supposed to been j the fort attended to the killed. I The smoker telescoped and tlm County officers say that they have next passenger coach was a mass direct testimony as to the commission wreckage the survivors craw-1 of the which will be A more convincing than the statements j from Nebraska crawled of Klotzlmik Just who the the wreckage and blimled by b and what is the nature of their probable naturally will not be disclosed at this time. Klawetch and Seldaggio are still Among those summoned to appear being held in jail charged with first de- was Mietro who claims to gree murdei They not made anj have seen the two Seldaggio i and will fight reUuning from the lake state to the last ditch. soushl his wife and child who killed. Engineer of the fro claimed that Conductor gave him no orders reganiing but President E sajs the men had orders to give to the passenger tram. fSPAPERl riv- .-Jh   

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