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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE USKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 7 First Real Battle of the Chinese Rebellion Takes Place When i Soldiers'.Land. CITIES FALL THE REVOLUTIONISTS Foreigners-Ready to. Flee to the Gunboats as Soon as Dan- Oct. first'.reaf-'battle of the Chinese re- bellion is in progress here today. Admiral Sah Cheng Ping landed .jnen-from the imoeriai fleet and was at once engaged by rebels.. The.- imperial troops are strongly-entrenched. It is rumor- ed that Manking and Kiu Kiang have been taken by rebels but confirmation is .lacking. An imperial force was waiting for reinforcements' before attacking the rebels took the initiative and at sunrise maSe a simultaneous attack upon the imperial troops and the gun boats in the river which they shelled .frdra long range. .The war- ships replieB-Tuit ineffeettvel-j- and were finally driven to take refuge behind the foreign flotilla. Two of the boats are badly damaged and are reported.to toe in a sinking __Lion. Many were brought here. The battle ended with the imperial- ists holding their position. Both sides suffered heavy losses. 'Lhe desertion of General Li Yuan from the rebel leadership is re- but. this is believed to be a government story designed to encour- ags the imperialist troops. The le- are strongly of the opinion til at the Chinese army will not risk a battle when the investment of Han- kow is but will open nego- tiations to induce the rank and file their leaders on promises of pardon and a reward. Tho Japanese legation declares there is no foundation for the report that flag will be raised over the Han-Yang iron works. Dispatches from Shanghai say that owing to the publication by the na- tive press of statements that Japanese newspapers belittle the de- scribing it as a mere the revolu- tionaries are circulating pamphlets urging the'-boycott of Japanese goods. Tl'3 Chinese foreign board an- nounces the arrival of troops at Han- kow. Nine troop trains left Pao-Ting Fu today-.- Late advices from-Han-- kpw say three thousand government troops are -encamped outside that city. The American consul general. Roger S. has .approved the organiza- tion of a Red Cross Society by revolu- and Dr. of the American who is a has appointed its presi- dent. Many mission and foreign doctors and nurses .have joined. 9AMES MtNAMARA WEARS SMILE AS HE WATCHES PROGRESS OF HIS APPARENTLY NOT REA '.IZJNC THAT HE IS FACING DEATH picture show a press association tele- graph operator in court room. RAIN PREVENTS GAME A 7 SHIBE PARK TOD A Y Philadelphia is Baseball Mad And Turn Out a Monster Crowd Deny Attempt to injure Baker. is mm IT OF CB1E11 Oct. prevented the playing today of the fourth game between the Giants and the Athletics for the- world's cham- pionship. The postponed game will be played in Philadelphia weather if not. then on the first clear day. Tne Giams were as it will give Matacwson and Marquard an extra day of rest. Bender ana of the will also be beuo- fued. Rain began falling last night and continued this so that the playing field was soaked. The greatest crowd in Philadelphia's history is expected to tomorrow's game. I Opposes Recall of Judges and Argues Against Direct Legislation. HOME RULE IN STATE FEDERAL FLAW Defense in McNamara Case Will Remove at Least Five Out of Six. PRISONER IS IDENTIFIED Philadelphia is today baseball mad. The weather forecast is for weather tonight and with j sufficient winds to aid greatly in dry- ing cm the well drained grounds so that a fast playing field is expected j despite the j The victorious Athletics are the he- j roes of the hour here. jBaker and Coombs are the popular idols. The Giant team which arrived last spent the day quietly in their rooms in the Hotel Majestic. The Xew Yorkess are not popular in Philadel- phia as was evident by the reception that greeted them last night. Fred Snodgrass' action in diving feet first into Baker yesterday has won for him the whole-hearted enmity of every Quaker fan. Yells of and ball player' mingled with hiss- es greeted him here. Members of the Giant team as well as Snodgrass deny that he tried to spike Baker but- this has not lessen- ed the popular anger against the out- fielder. Baker declared today that while the spiked leg was painful and i Candidate For Constitutional Delegate Asks Question As I To Equal WHERE HE STANDS IN STATUTE Jurymen Have Anything But a. Pleasant Time Before Them in LOS Oct.. IS. Despite the fact that six veniremen have passed 'by the defense in the McNamara case for cause it was made absolutely certain by today's develop- ments that only John W. Ro- a possible cnance of re- maining through the trial. His fate is undecided but he probably will be is he expressed a prefer- Oct. covery was made here today that the Can-field bill providing for compensation of county on account of a mistake which crept into the repealed the law the collection of the Aiken-Dow liquor and wiped out the section under which the county auditor placed assess- ments on the tax duplicate.. The total tax in the state is If -the- contention is correct that such an error has beon the ef- fect will be applying to Hi Weatherby sez he's goiu' to move the school hor.se up the crick a ways where the hickory Digger the bays don't quit putting geographies in their briehes ev- ery time he whips 'em. Fair to- night and Home fcrm moderate winds. Temperature at 7 a. one year Gl. Sun rises Thursday at a. m. and sets at p. m. Maximum wind velocity for 2-1 hours rule for includino cf government and control a of liquor subject to state regulations. Present liquor provisions unsat- opposed to county local option. Favors sort of plan of state government wi'i'i short bat- lot. .3 Four-year term for governor Each county should be a corn- mon pleas judicial peo- pie to if they ques- a tion of retaining probate court. Asks what electorate would variable to a proposition for general or equal suffrage. Taxation tc be methods to be left to legislature and peo- ple. probably would cause him to limp he ending at noon is'mites'west at was sure it would not speed. Tuesday evening. Manager McGraw was still today the Giants would coma back and defeat the Athletics tamor-j row. printing of the section 2983-2 plainly reading among section 6085 is repealed. This is thej entire section relating to the Aikeii- Dow tax. The of course. meant to repeal 'section refer- ring'to fees for the and it is so indexed. The 'bill was passed May 31 and was signed by the governor during the rush June 7. County it. is will fear an injunction suit if they attempt tc expressed the opinion that ities in the state. Such a tremend- ous loss of revenue could not be per- X- Ho-Nan have .-united' with the govern- ment troops the and a joint .land military. bombard- ment of city probably will oc- cu.'. are not less dozen foreign warships lying in the har-Dor. The Britsh Sir Alfred L. commander -of the British- eastern Tioon. -today on the British' dispatch boat As he is ranking officer he may- -as- sume command of the combined forcet. widest latitude ii men. James B. McNamara was identified by two witnesses as man who had been seen in San Francisco and Los immediately prior to the struction of the it is has been such a tra session of the called. This would afford opportunity for action on a redistricting bill The mistake was plainly in the Wiil Seize Islands. are cur- rent that in the event of Tur- key's continuing.resistance-..intends to occupy three in the Aegean including the capital of which is so -as to bring pressure upon Turkey. received by the govern- ment from Gen. 'Caneva. commander of the Italian army expedition in Tri- shows that -.his attention has been directed chiefly to making the city of Tripoli impregnable. News from the interior reaching the Italian commander describes the Turks as campaigning among the Arabs to incite them against the Italians. The Arabs are that when Tripoli was taken there- was a general massacre. it is it is sought to start a holy war. IDA VON CLAUSSEN INSANE 1910. a Srhe'r tan San Francisco. He told District who' accompanied him to the 'court that was certain 'called in his shop in the aft-' Roosevelt Sent to Bloomiiigdale Asylum. NEW Oct. Mrs. Ida Von 0.. Oct. IS.-'Charles Herbert Jordan. a street car con- -was killed by being knocked 'to the ground by another car while m skull ernoon abo-ut September 26 and was Claussen was committed to the by him. p Bloomingdale asylum by Supreme The greatest secrecy is maintained Court Justice McCall. regarding the -identity of the other Tne wealthy and eccentric into court woman had recently attracted atten- by Detective-Sam Brown. After study- tion in may and especially by ing the McNamara for an attempt to bring suit against ex- more an hour he declared President Roosevelt fcr refusing to the compel Ambassador Graves to collect the tax. Tour Kentucky and Ten- nessee Before Returning to The White House. ON BOARD PRESIDENT TAFT'S Oct. Taft has determined to extend his 46 day tour 18 days. Instead of arriving in Wash- ington Nov. Taft win go to Mor- gan for a five day then Watson H. Butler Offers 250 For Central Fire Sta- tion Property. WILL BUILD IF ACCEPTED Third National Exchange Bank To Occupy First Floor- City Must Favors road improvements and so objects to debt UNALTERABLY OPPOSED TO THE RECALL OF -JUDGES AND DOUBTS WISDOM OF RECALL OF OTHER OFFICIALS AND THE INITIATIVE AND REFER- ENDUM. Judge B. B. candidate for. constitutional delegate from Erie gave out a statement Tuesday evening in which he puts himself ott record on many important questions and makes it clear that he is a. eon- i servative. j Judge King does not call his state- ment a platform. He says he does not believe it wise to choose as delegates men who- are committed to any certaia fad or particular but that tbs delegates should be broad-mind- ed men who will seek for the best in all provisions of the constitutions. says his aim -would be' to secure the adoption of provisions.- which he deems Vest and. so far as it is possible to as- certain to carry out'the wishes of the people of. the county. He de- clares against county local in. of home rule for and However They Can Have Turkey returning to But one bid was received and open igues at length against the recall andi rush to Cincinnati to vote and make j ed Wednesday at noon by initiative and referendum. His days. He will visit the rector Mauser for' the central Lincoln homestead memorial while in and nre station on Market re-i Qfil niCRQ HPT MO 'a tour Kentucky and Tennessee for i dULmtud tut i IMU He wm vigit the ThanJcsgiring and Christmas on Uucle Sam. Oct. nation of chicken from the arnjif the limitation of turkey to Thanksgiving and the sub- for i obolighmpTit of Nov. 18. Washington j cently advertised for sale by the shall announce their platform. In some The bid came from H. tnis request is novel. If.- offers for the cand'.date was running as the who says that if his proposal of a Polltfcal Party or political speeding about the country with the president will be broken up at Pitts- burgh and the chief executive's accepted he will either erect a new would the platform and car will be attached to regular building on the property or remodel would be expected to stand the present big station house for a'on it. But candidates under the pres- business block that will He a credit'ent law-are supposed to tne_ rapidly growing business sec-- san and. they for the rest of the journey. A nar- row escape from a serious wreck wasj the principal topic of conversation on1 the presidents tram today tmn of Market street. littra -WMe form.- Si I in the army ration for the American j soldier in the last year. This is according to the report of Commissary General Henry C. Sharpe. j The elimination of chicken has re- to that a wheel on the engine had able to the a tire. In another mile the would I have no special platform. posal made by Mr. Butler is accept-'other than this- the Third eminent of A sight-seeing a large loung- her at tne Swedish ing room in the Hall of Records -build-' Affidavits were submitted by Dr. plenty .of cards and newspapers Gregory of Bellevue in which from -accounts of the Me- sa'd that Mrs. Yon Claussefi was Namara Jtnai have from progressive paranoia prise afforded the that she is afflicted with an nnn i_4_i a eJ Acrrk TTi o Tnnncr Oct. Kid- sevton in Glenwood cemetery received injuries from which he afterwards when ment which he was assis loading slipped and fell on secured. j Presiitent Taft today brought to an end his second visit to the Pacific coast since he entered the White House. From Los Angeles Mr. Taft made the longest of the picsent there being but one regularly elected to be a man of fiank will take the lower to floor for its banking VouW b- best for all the people-and of the bank say that the institution be in position to art as he beliew's a has nothing to do with the bid by Mr. Butler. Fred P. cashier of the Third National. WP..I- nesday afternoon on Pasp Ninet bid is nreseiued by Mr. Butler and it is he who expects transform y into a Iviilding thnt- will _ TA ftsr-r-r 60tS TO BREWER'S MEET m ors in the.big trial -now in progress. on Page aggerated The young woman expressed her willingness to be com- mitted. DIEGLE. GbJS RESPHE FOR APPEAL was fractured. own car. COLUMBUS. Oct. ing carried-stories to the effect that application of his Judce. inside information was that .the de- Bigger this .morning granted Rsdney. J. I cision of the circuit court would fav- Diegle a stay of twenty days inWdeii or. the former state employe l journey from Ansreles a stretch. WARDEN DECLARES CONVICTS' WHOLESALE ESCAPE IS PLOT OF GUARDS AGAINST HIM to give the attorneys a chance to ap- peal their case to the supreme -cow. Diegle's three-year sentence had been The. attorneys of 'Diegle announced at once- that they wouja carry the Three a Girl and Boy Lose Lives in Swollen Waters. _ case up to the supreme court.-for fin affirmed Tuesday by the circuit al decision.-and if this is done-- wh-ich The decision of the circuit court is the 3t- i means one even if another con- 'state will urge that J test is made in the fight against go- the supreme court give just as early ing to the state prison on behalf a. decision as possible. The setting the and that is that the of the other cases against indicted against the other indicted solons solons remains to be by the be carried on with greater vigor tnau and that the case against the prosecuting who says he will wait 'until the attorneys for Diesrle other indicted members of both thei.file their csss in the supreme house and senate will be pushed toi ascertaining- the grounds upon early trial. i which they will seek to carry it up The case against Senator I. R. Huffi-i to the' supreme court. man of Oxford will be the flrst Brady strikebreaker case is set for called and the case against the criminal courts next and' j L. R. Andrews of Lawrence it is .hardly that the case Oct. 18. will follow very closely. The against Senator Huffman be call- persons were drowned in Ohio neys for the state were ed before the first week in Novem-i as a result of swelling conditions of i pleased with the outcome of the casoj although ATTORNEY streams following heavy rains. Diegle in circuit and al- Turner declared that there would At Mrs. John Mezenm. though they expressed theiMelvea be a moment's delay in having the fill Si W til Q J f_t__J _ _ to. first floor of the buildir.- j will iocate up-to-date i rooms. are interested only j that extent and in an ear'y I consideration of the hid in order thaf we could move into our new nur.rterF before our on the property v.e now occupy Watson H. Butler is director of the Third National Exchanse Secretary 1 insr Officer at the Session Opening WASHINGTON. Oct. IS.-Seeretary of Agiicuiture Wilson left for Chlca- whcre he will deliver his much speech before the in- ternationai brewers' eoneress. Protests against his participation la tin- continued to arrive Asked Wednesday whether he the program ed to erect a new minding or to the hour of his but the the present structure if bxl wos'. ffcretavy resolutely declined to hee4 he declared that the t'ie'u- had not. been worked our for all de-j Tii- speech will be brief. tails. i ''Whatever plan is rteekled Cci. An nni- be mean -bar a i dentifiecl pii-ked a ing a credit to Market sfreer and 'vV're- l-5t'e extinct when __ victim was taken to City tospi- Continued on Pagp Ot tal. TRIAL OF ZURHORST-JUDSO N DAMAGE SUIT RECALLS AND WARM POLITICS' ATTl GEN HOGAiN AND SCENi OF JHIO PENITEN- TIARY ESCAPES. ner sister-in-law and tbe before hand as confident of the out- GENERAL HOGAN AN D SCENE OP LATEST OHIO PENI- TENTIARY ESCAPES. cases tried. Some close friends of' Oct. for the frequeijt escapes of daugher. drowned in come of the it is known Diegle declare that the case will of the Ohio creek when-their buggy was. more or less fear that the be carried to the supreme anrli administration is being investigated' j Memories of political ftehts of siate- wide interest recalled nt the I court hir.isc V.'fdnes'iaj when the trial of the ib.rp.ar.- t-'iii of Edmund H. Zuvhorst against C'.'arks A. .Tudson. S. collector cuitonis. was begun before a jurv and Stahl. Tbe cas3 has gro'-vn of nn is5ued bv Judge Kc-f forbidding the circulation of a r.ar.iuiet by Zurhorsr. entitled. Biographical Sketch of a Few Short Skate Politi- Zurl'orEi v.-.is formerly the republirsr. in the county af- fairs. After he had scattered the pamphlet broadcast. Judj-v Reed fined him for contempt of court. The common pleas and circuit conrts ruled that prison-j Zurhorj.t had a legal riarht print and that the piain- slandered several COOT women in Attwnp.-y H. C. objected streuuotisiy to the and quite a wordy fo'.lo-.vpd. Poekrv declared that tbe sketch was ly a slanderous On ths stand the plaintiff enumerated his items of expense as Attorney tecs. FITV paiii and costs proceedings. printing hrv- .ludsoii. claimed that the against was brougiit i work tol 11 'f.1 8ara At Louis Vincent i decision would favor and this and a sis-year-old-boy met in i belief was added to when all the the same way. j morning city papers yesterday mcrn-i sentence in the state prison. that no further fight will he by Attorney General against him serving the three charges that his refusal to put on snf-j ers from the declares distrbute copies of'tbe do'-umeut in is the victim of a plot to get him now he is suin- Jndson am pl'oiui ot j ficient nigtit .guards is responsible on Page i for the expenses incurred in the pro- ceedings. The case went io When Attorney in his open- had been reported up to it and short iy i EWSPA.PERI rEWSPAFERl   

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