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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               I THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 8 Imperial Troops and Rebels Battled Ail Day Wednesday to a Standstill. HUNDREDS KILLED ON BOTH SIDES IS REPORT American Tioops Are Landed to Defend Property and Con- cessions SHANGHAI. Oct. The Chinese rebellion is gaming ground according to ad- vices today. TelsTSQhic com- witn Hankow is cut off but engagements are report- ed. Every woman and child of me Manchus was butt- ered when the rebsls took Wu Chang and in similar slaughters hundreds were killea. Battle in Progress. Oct. 19 Desultory firing continued today between the imperial force and the rebels about Wu Chang. A fresh gener- al engagement is expected mo- mentarily. Altei a battle in which Chinese reb- els and the impeiial aimy foughT eautr other to a standstill Wednesday both sides rested on their arms leady to resume the battle at daybreak Detachments of sailors and marines American and other toreign warships lying before the and stiong forces are guard- ing the consulates and foieign quar- teis. A German sailor was hit by a straj bullet but not seriously wounded. So far known this was the only in- jun sustained among the foreigners Two foreign newspaper -correspond- ents were fiied upon by mistake while watching the fighting from a launch on the Yang-Tse but escaped unharmed. The rebel loss Is between 200 and 300. That of the lojal army is not known but was heavy Rebel wounded were cared for at the Red Cross field hospital in charge of Dr. of the American mission. The imperial troops concentrated north of the city when the fighting ceased Reinforcements from the north arrived. CHINESE REBEL GREATEST TEA PORT IN WHOLE ORIENT LAWYER DARROW'S FEE FOR DEFENDING McNAMARA BROTHERS WILL BE TS HIM USE mum Alleges That No Man Should Be On Jury Who Accepts Dyna- mite Theory. Man Row the center of the revolution which threatens to upset the Chinese monarchy that has stood for thousands of years and eseablish a republican form of government model ed after that of the United is the greatest tea. port of the orient Picture shows looking from the Municipal Council building. Consular advices jeceived state that the rebel aitillery has occupied tne hill commanding Hankow and that the rebels have taken possession of the railway station. Police Think That They Can Clear Up Mystery of Four- teen Recent Murders. Victory Is Claimed. Oct. Chinese gov- ernment claims to have won a great victory at Hankow and it announces that the government troops hold the station where the troop tiains are ai- nving rapid.lv. Although this appears to be an exaggeration of fight still feeling pre- vails here that the government has really achieved an important moral victory in demonsti ating the loyalty of the army. The belief has been held in Pekin that if the first encounter between the revolutionaries and loyal troops proved the supremacy would be set- tled there and then. Onh a few un- important towns outside of Wu Chang and Han have taken part in the uprising Nanking Chang- Canton and other cities of known revolutionary tendencies have not re- call of the so far can be learned Thev are seemingly awaiting the result of the first encounter The Russian troops have been or- dered to suppress immediately any ex- cesses by revolutionaries or bandits near the railway in Manchuria without waiting for farther instructions. A consular report s that several revo- lutionists have been decapitated at Mukden Prom Hankow comes the report that detachments of Japanese and Ger- man infantn arc expected theie soon. Rear Admiral Toseph B commander of the United States Asiatic telegraphed the legation that the protected cruiser New Or- leans has been ordered to the piofected cruiser Albany to Shang- hai and the collier A.btrenda to Tien- Tsin the port of PeUn bringing re- inforcements to the legation guard. POSSE SEARCHING COUNTY Marzyek is Alleged to Have Threatened to Kill Those Connected With Con- Oct police of this and other cities are trj- mg to find Charles es-con- who is suspected of being the man who committed 14 murdeis in the past two months in this and other cities It has been learned that the man -nas in this city last Sunday when the members Of the family of William five in were slam Mrs Minrip his divorced gave the information to the police. Samuel bi other of Wil- liam head of the murdered started aj GETS FOURTH REPRIEVE Oct. the fouith time In six months Steve sentenced to die to- night was saved from the electric through a reprieve from Governor Harmoa telegraphed from N. C. Scott has boen in the annex awaiting execu- tkm for the murder of an Italian railway laborer since April 1910. M'NAMARA DEFENSE DEPENDS ON DECISION Judge Bordwell Has So Far Re- fused to Decide Foi State 01 LOS AXGELES. Oct the ruling of Judge Boidwell On the chal- lenges fcr Aause the defense against Venne'uen .McKee and Jesson depends the entue fmuie methods of the McNamara defense Attomey Danow todaj said ho intended to foue Bordwell to go on lecord as to whether a who admits be- the Times was destroyed by is eligible foi ten ice Bord- well has so far refused to and is lesemng his decision on McKee and Jessen until the defense has chal- lenged a total of 12 jurors for cause. Opposing counsel see no hope of se- curing a juiy until this point is de- cided. Attorney Claience S Dai row and other counsel tor the defense holding that the Times explosion was caused Oct in postmaster of South committed suicide today by cutting his throat following an ex- amination of his books by Postal In- spector OldSeld. Oldfie'ld reported Dugan was short in his ac- counts. STATE MAKES BIG SAVING Stopping of Leaks in Purchasing De- by gas and that McXamara could not have brought it about for this rea- aigued in court that a belief in the dynamite theory prejudiced the rights of theii client and that the talesmen who held it -would not be a fair juror. Distiict Attorney John D. Fred- foi the connaied the situation to tne precedent set in the case of a burned barn. man believing that fhe barn was having no opinion as to whether the defendant burned it. jwas allowed to sene as a he said. a talesman may be- lieve that the Times building de- stroyed by djnamite and still have no opinion in mind regarding the de- fendant in the as these men say they have this idea of a fair asked Attorney Darrow of Fred- after Otto A Jesson had tes- tified that he believed the Times was dynamited by members or offi- cers of the trades unions and that he he had a piejudice against but had no prejudice toward McNamara certainly replied Fred- ericks. I like your idea of fair- said Danow in a low voice Judge Bordvvell ened and or- dered the examination to proceed George W. the other man had the dynamite ex- plosion theory but expressed no animus toward union labor. Talesman Edward F a landscape said he had no prejudice against the when questioned bj Danow could give a fair asked Attorney Darrow. wouldn't be afraid otf any disfavor of the public.' Or loss of loss of President Taft Said To Be Con- sidering Attorney General For Marian's Place. to search the county. Marzyek is be- lieved to be hidden in the neighbor- hood. If he is found a battle is ex- pected Marzyek not long ago served a term for stealing giam from James Vopat. Vbpat. who is the husband of Marz- yek's foimer saw the ex-convict in a field near his house Vopat and his terror locked 1 their house and fled to the home of a fellow countiyman five miles distant. All the members of the Slav com- who had any connection with the conviction of are goinij for he is reported to have' jswom vengeance on those responsible for his impnsonment Ira the .utoiney defend- ed Maizjek in the wheat bteal'ng said I believe Mamrt will remain the neighborhood until he completes' his vengeance Aftei his seiiton e lie told me that when he icleased he would come back and kill the peo- vvho weie con- i viction and also their children. 'I will put them all in ht- sairl Evidence fumished by Mr. and Mrs William Showman is said to have been lesponsible for Marzyek's conviction Nine peisons remain here who fear hks Slavs As to a possible connection between the Ellsworth and other tiagedies. Mrs. Vopat said her formei husband convicted of forgery in Colorado fprings a few months ago She said it was not impiobable that he had been in Monmouth lately. of State Institutions Kesponsible1 Oct. to the new board of administration show big savings to the state on sup- ply purchases at institutions. Decker was passed for the time. Edwaid C. the talesman under examination when court ad- said he was prejudiced against the waj labor unions conducted m because of stiikes He said he did not knovi whether he considered stakes legal 01 The deaf and dumb school shows1 but bis piejudice was deep- m two months. The school has done almost as well. The' penitentiary is ahead in two weeks. Institutions outside of Columbus are not falling behind President A. W. Thurman of the board credits the le- sult to stopping leaks ana tne pui- chasing system being inaugurated. TORNADO CARRIES BOY HIGH INTO AIR BUTTfi Mont .Get 10 of a long list of possible candidate for thn supreme bench to succeed the late Justice Harlan. taken under consid- eration bv President Taft todav. At- tcrnev Genetal Wirkersham seemed to be the favoiite Taft refused to dis- cuss the matter but it was learned that the possibility of a progressive jurist being appointed is very remote Taft believes WicKersham's trust prosecu- tion record would partially offset crit- cism as to his former Wall street con- nection Taft has refused to make any fixed decision until lie returns to Washing- ton In additinn to considering Wick- errham. and Secretary of the Interior having been the president has under consideration Solicitor General Thomas Mars'iali. a York lawyer and Cir- Judge- of Cin- recenth appointed by Taft. of suaeestions have been made b't tb-president refuses to commit bimself. PHOEBE COUZINS IS COMING Says She is Xot Beady For Old Ladies' Home and Will Figlit Interference. Oc-t 11 scent of battle fills air and Miss Phoebe W. Couzins is happy once more. A call to arms snunded in and Miss Couzins has been asked to go and take part in a prohibition campaign' Business Men and Property Owners Say City Should Close Deal. CAN HARDLY HOPE FOR A BETTER PROPOSITION Benefit To City and Especialiy To Business Section Wouicl Be rrpw LOS Oct. stand between two men and the gallows on one of the greatest issues over which humanity has ever fought entails a large responsibility. In casting about for somebody to a level gaze and a strongly lined face suggesting the tenacity of a bull- dog After you have visualized a first- class fighting you may note that he has kindly eyeV that his voice in ordinary conversation is with a suggestion of a and that sioll that from long association bear this John and j nis bearing betokens the aelf-posses- James McXamara. Samuel Gompers and his associates undoubtedly did well in picking Attorney Clarence Dar- row for the job. Picture a man in the prime of broad of big of with GAME POSTPONED Y RAIN AND MUD Oct. The playing of the fourth game of S'le world series was again post- poned today because of wet grounds. Both the Giants and Athletics were ready but the field was soggy and deep in mud. The skies were overcast and although the rain stopped early this morn- ing a shower came .up .at .10 further blasting hopes of possible play. A huge crowd had gathered at tne general admission gates at Shibe park in spite of the threatening weather. Fair weather is forecasted for to- night and tomorrow- with prospects that the apme can be then placed. Athletic players and rooters are dls- t ANYHOW HE HIT 'EM Sentiment among prominent business and professional men and nroperty interviewed was practically unani- mous in favor of selling the Cer- t--al fire and police station and erecting a new and modern tion bir'ding or buildings at a mere su tabie place. A big ma- jority expressed the belief that offer made to the city of 250 for the property is probably as good as could oe secured and should be accepted. William L cashJer of the Commercial National not only- voiced this but of- fered some new suggestions trunk the building ougV to sold for said. it would be a most flesiraWe ment for the the erection of 3 good business block in place- of the objectionable and it woald eventually aid in securing a better post office building is another important point to be considered. With the sale of this the modernizing of our fire departmert apparatus should be consideied. This must come scon and now is the time to bsgin it. We must have anto trucks in place of horse-drawn trucks For such appar- atus a smaller building would be re- quired and the money saved couvl ba _____ _ used to buy such with This also was the idea of R. S. euce demo- ier- head of the Ohio Inspection not only a new and mod- ern fire but the adoption of automobile apparatus. Here are some expressions of men interviewed Dr William eitv should first be sure of a good central location for a new station and then dispose of the present Leslie fire station should not be in the very heart of the business section. should provide for auto tracks in a new George A. offer should be accepted Sidney would be a mighty good thing fpr the business district and for the city to get rid of present station. AH business men should approve the I Georee J would ha better for the city to sell the build- John A. I think price is low for what the building actually the building as it stands is of little use excent for the present purposes. I would- like to see sold and believe the sale would prove the best in the long Joseph don't know about this real estate value but I be- lieve the sale of the property would cratic and unteirified. on Page W. Hull Will Be in Pen Probe to Tell of Weighing Fish Oct T. H B. Jones will be retained as head of I a Jreprorcmeat the penitentiary according to Allen police and fire Oct. Frank the today ended the argument as to the of ball he got when he knocked his two home runs He said ''Matbewson threw me an in- shoot but that would have been an outshoot to a right handed batter Marquard threw a fast one be- tween shoulder and president of the state board 1 station certainly should be moved of administration today. A perusal of ifrom its Present location and I doubt if a better price could be Postmaster Chas G property should be sold and the sta- tion moved to another location William acceptance Ri'tler be a NEW YORK Oct today reacned the highest prire since the of Brazil in 1S95 Ar- buckles announced RII advance of 23Vz cents wholesale t Other firms followed suit Ihnti dealers here have organized to fight the trust al- leging there is an to hold coffee in thf storage houses charges brought has developed noth- l mg to warrant Jones' removal. i Convict a Witness. 0. .Oct At- tomej General Hogan again takes up i the examination of witnesses in the i nen piobe Monday he will to Uie stand James W. convict fiom i who will be asked to tell I I about the storj of fish weighing at the pen j of Fremont of to only make a 'bluff' of weighing the fish received for the pnsoivers. Finn denied this when he was on the stand last week al- Prosecuting Attorney Tinner of fire thing for the on BLACKMAIL IS CHAJR6ED as the delav means an increase in the Giants' -uencth. through giv- ing Marquard and Matthew son long rests It is now jirob.ible that the pitcheis for the Fml-iv 10 be phyed here will be Bender and though MtGraw in Ames Franklin is expected to use At Folders 01 the Athletics .ire still the of the convict in confident that thev will win the ser- All the including Rnk-j Siand juiy. ci. wab bpiked. are in fine condi tlOE CANTON. Oct foimerly of yw of rhis v I on charge of j blackmail piefened by Mrs. Jacob Mrs Woll claims that Hirsch on- tained irom her Mi and Mis WnU aie weal'ftv. They came to Canton man.v jears ago the investigation with Hull is to tell that instead ot SHOOTS HERSELF. DETROIT. htmdiedi and fiftx employes of W H Fink CXFORP. Ot 19-LunIIp Co. local overall mantif-.-tire-s stlot cut on stiike Then joasozi was that i is a hish school student and the company to discharge a it i- a 'ov affair is rsspon- girl employe whose dismissal 'he shop siblo foi hei a t Her condition committee demanded i critical of 1 250 pounds of fish he I but mds Jones will 'also bn an opportunity to make anv further r-xolamitioa he desires Os- aboui his nvthod of running the insii- tution ROME 13 Gm-kv the is'Rns-ian is reponed ill at Capii. BRAKEMAN GIVES LIFE TO SAVE TWO OTHERS By telegraph Miss Couzms was in--he own of Ben Indiana. Al- vite'd to assist in anti-prohibition though none were killed sev- .1 J. Perkson. Pennsylvania railroad met a frightful death at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon m what is stinnose-i to been nn ef- fort to the lives of Cliarles Schoewe and another man at the risk1 preventing injurj to its occupants of his own He ground under The two men in the rig narrowly William was wjjeels of a freight train his right leg senojs injury when the col- ctit and the body was hor- lisicn occurred The horse was knock over by the wheels. Just which the correc- theory may never be known but it is believed that ne jumped from the tram with the purpose of stopping the rig and treated by the tornado that wiped fight at New Philadelphia eral were badly hurt and two of them fight left in she are not expected to recover. The nbly mangled. Although Coroner Knoble completed his investigation has of not the most of the facts are jretty well an old ladies' right propertj damage was enormous. Boydj known Schoewe and his companion in the prime of my It's fooiish who weighs 100 was lifted1 approached -the crossing at the same 11 have a lot more fight left m me to- from the street into the debris-filled time as the and a collision was day than the average woman of half carried high over a neighboring my age. If they ever set to a home i and dropped into a of. It was at this point that Perkson for down outs they will have and gag mud He was uninjured save for a I either fell or jumped off the I bruise oa tie head. j on which he was and was ed the buggy and the men thrown to the but no injuries of any importance were sus- tained. Perkson was only twenty-eight years of and lhe.1 uith his na rents. Mr. and Si Tiliash familj vent the tne anri Workman On the Arthur Street Sewer Job Sues For Wages City Refused to ana to 'air i back cents' of likethre11 worth cifter a wash. Forecast. Fair tonight and Fn- cooler Fri- day Temperature at 7 m one yiear 5S Mrs. Peter Perkson.' at 4S The first of several ejected sir John a- uot as service for the Arthur sireet sower woiK bj John Sn' Casev Thuisdpv morning The auioo ciiMied was The suit bared on 'he refusal the to the performed the it a'lw that Service Director Bins did vertise legally for bids on the provement. For this reason the ment of the labor clams has held up The total amount the c1'- -i io owe on detns of this eHr- close to The suit John Bing. indn-ic i the that he i.- i siionsibie tor the situation It was pxpected tha1 of Mills street. He is also survived at 4 lo P m a sister. Mrs Wilbert S and Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours am and j Ofher w agambt in a shot two Nicholas of Lorfvin and ending at noon eight miles Scott of this at Thursday morning. Fiesinsrn of the film of Fiestraer represents il the Kotsmgcr   

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