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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S TODAY I'S-rPAGES THE HOME PAPER STAR -JOURNAL. American and Other Consuls Jold That Foreigners Will Be THRONE SURRENDERED 'v TO TRU CHENG TiUAN Will Conduct an Investigation of Ministers Whose Resig- nations Were Oct. 27. Li Yuan Hung proclaimed himsslf provisional president of the new republic of WanUnw tn. day.. Foreign consuls were noti- fied that the provisional govern- ment will all possible to pro- tect foreign interests. Li Yuan Hung has commanded the rebel forces about Hankow since the present outbreak began. It is believed his elevation of him- self to the presidency will be ac- cepted by the revolutionists throughout the country. In Pekin the news of the proclama- tion of a Chinese republic has thrown the imperial court into almost hys- terical terror. Manchu officials are leaving for the north in droves. There fire reports that the baby emperor has already been smuggled from the city hut they are not generally belte ed. In official circles the common view is that the dynasty is doomed. _________Throne Gives In. Oft. throne sur- rc-rvlpred to ihe Tsu Cheng 'Ciiiw.'s national and in with its demands dis- minister cf and ordered president of the cabi- before a board inquiry where he doubtless will be severely dealt released from custody the pres- of the Sze-Chuen provincial as- y and other leaders in the riots .-'I. Cheng-Tn in- agreed to fJl that the assembly with a lack of dignity inconceivable to west- bin observers. A aso. the throne treated the-j rational assembly at times almost contumacy. The ministers re- fused to appear before it and budget and other bills submitted for con- sideration were later put aside for ethers more suitable to the palace and the grand councilors. Until even a month ago the defiant of the issued edicts embodying dras- tic one in September against the anti-foreign railway agitators in Sze-Chuen. Now. the first resolution of the convened carrying consequences of irremediable charac- ter has been granted without a day's consideration. Sheng Hsuau Huai has been stripped of his ranks. Prince the prime and Na Tung and Hsu Shih vice prime ministers as well as several been handed over to an inferior DEATH OF WOMAN PHYSICIAN IS STILL SHROUDED IN QUIZZED BY INSISTS SHE FOUND NO 1C STRUGGLE AGAINST TEEL TRUST HITS MARKET NEW HIGH SCHOOL IS NEED OF CITY Drop of Five Points Marks Opening With Steel Prefer- red Sagging Downward. i DISSOLUTION OF ALL Present Equipment Is Aid Only to Those Who Would Go To SUBSIDIARIES ASKED College or Plain Professional Says Super- Individuals Named In The Ac- mtendentWilliams. i A. tion Which Charges Viola- tion of the Sherman Law. Picturing the high school in the present building as nothing but a college preparatory for the most and enlarging on t-'ie magnificent possibilities of a new structure which would fully meet the needs 3f every boy and girl in the Superintendent H. B. Wil- o fthe public at the Sunyendeand club Thursday fired the opening gun in the cam- paign for progressive educational facilities in this city. laboratories. Anj but not an excellent and a large auditorium for and school purposes. course. Sundusky could not ex- pend as much money as Cincinnati on such a said Superintendent Williams. 'The erection of a large annex to the present high school or of a brand new either or both giving opportunities for progressive work of this character. endorsed heartily. course such a plan would cost -The School as a considerable but what are Public convincing his audience dollars and c-nts as compared with importance of training manner of the in tut younger The Delaware cross marking the office of the murdered Helen Knabe. Miss Kath- eryn the victim's is the figure at the and Dr. Knabe at the right. The picture shows her in her inoculating a guinea pig. by logical and astonishing i them by his utter frankness on the j the speaker minced no words said Superintendent in asserting that the present high school is an institution for the class- es and not for the masses. unfortunate condition is not due to any fault of the school but is simply the inevitable out- growth of the cramped quarters in which we are compelled to de- Superintendent Explaining this idea a little more in detail. Superintendent. Williams said that the high as at pre- sent was a purely academic fitting its graduates for college tints catering almost ex- clusively to those wh-Q desired to eu- ter professional life. we need i is a finely equipped new building or an annex to the old. which will give Jus the opportunity to serve those who j will go into business or some other asserted the speaker. believe that there were' 150 young people in San-dusky last year If a man could work for a million most of 'era would rather win ten on a bet. NEW Oct. stock market today opened weak and feverish on the news of the government steel trust bust- ing suit carried in these dispatch- es Thursday. United States steel common opened at 55 and drop- ped to a decline of five points from last night's close. Steel preferred sagged to after closing yesterday at 103. Other industrials declined. The London market was also steel shares being down three points there. Gary and others heading the corpora- tion will not give up their hold without a terrific legal A secret conference was held at Morgan's house up until 1 o'clock tnrsTViuri liny. IMU merit was issued but indications are the dissoiutior will bs fought to the last ditch. J. F. Morgan sen ice in the suit at his home this morning. In the Brit twenty minutes shares of steel common changed hands on the stock exchange. The financiers who attended the- meeting at Morgan's house arrived in closed with cxirtains rains or snows They hurried -into colder the hpiise and just who attended the Local urday generally j maow shades a' m- year pcrterg ban.ed. _ i 0 Temperature at who did not go to High school from 45. the grammar grades because there Sun rises Saturday at and was nothing to appeal to them in the sets at p .tn. High school course. K- we could Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours j teach all the branches and have' the ending at noon 30- miles north- be drawn and re- Thc view of a fight against the dissolution suit is recent statement issued by and together with a. jf Francis. who shall just j where we stand and with what .we. are Oct. The campaign WFS participated in by and Lawrence the former who held a series of the home of Judge A. Z. who meetings in Poitsmouth.last year and became prominent by reported many converts. Homer Du- voters in Adams county and in rand of secretary of the speechss for the Anti-Saloon Personal Liberty conducted against the Dean bills in the general j the for the went overwhelmingly largest city in Scioto Police Dr. Heiene Knabe-With Thursday in the county option three years ago was carrie.l Oct to day carefully watched the crowd at- Judge tending tue funeral of Dr. Heiene Superintendent Williams. an academic I high school is all r at Ripr nf 'soes. -But it is not uruwa ai mer OTiniunity as it should and every San-dusky is being handicapped more and more by this state of continued. Hughes High a million dollar is a type ot '-i-l-i-_l tions. Both counties had been voted fli by the by 141 the majority for liquor was in 1908 when the law first went into Portsmouth is the home of J that American Held FOP like to see in this city. by here are some 86031186 He COUldlTt Pay its the Judgij. Gary was served last night and today Mor- Daniel G. Reid and others were i being ronndsd up. Judge Gary ar- rived at his office at but de-. clined to make a statement. He' a's- serted that if he had anything to say jit would not come until later in tha day. Amid scenes of wildest excitement board for consideration as to guilt in causing the present members of ihe provincial as- who provoked the uprisings in been released from prison. The edict repeats over the throne's seal the allegations and charges _ELade against the minister of posts and communications and others made by a radical and controlled but Chinese -affairs cannot be judged by 'western standards.- It be considered that the throne acted that it rec- ognized its defeat and submitted to force. Even the degraded ministers are not likely to bear serious ill will. n wen e aw rst wen n allowing county units. Thurs- Blair. His own A of the Knabe in the 'belief that her An up-to-date course in manual day which went wet by 231 atj second went by eight er attend out of curiosity. Her- craimng. that was carried by the as against a majority of Q j Teaching of wcod and iron work. State's Paltry Claim. ers of the liquor traffic by close to nine in 1908. All but six of the twen- and which was dry byi ty-three precincts in the city were a comfortable margin three years ago. carried by the liquor faction. found was carried by the wets by about carried the rural precincts in mornin nnn-nVt- c oo-ainot Q79 hv death is still a mystery. That Dr. Vvhos and short- Turks Pressing Italians. Oct. hundred Italians were Mled in the fighting science. Millinery. in her apartments Monday A department that of tre was deliberately murdered college. county by but as against 372 by some one who had reason to feai phases thorou j in 1908. or hate is the -theory ol the an subjects' as bookkeeping 1 Scioto- county entered the thorities who are working on th-.1 -han'd. anti-linuor ranks in 1308 flfb'-two sa- case. A miniature well equipped IOOES were compelled to shut their Coroner who doors and cease business. It is esti- the autopsy an who is conducting mated that fully that many will be official believes rfMHy i'.-i thr- billed thx 2 GEO. B. i when the result of the ical expert. No other in his election becomes effective. could account for the strange Oct. the IrontDn is the principal city and nature of the crime and the clever first time in many years the Cin- county seat of Lawrence county. The way in which all clues were cinnati leo'rmc Pa i carried the corporation by'67 ated. endorsed and advocated the VJaS JcdiQUS Jc-1 votes in the last election. Thursday The police have abandoned the I the attack upon steel shares coatin- tied throughout the day. Steel com- dropped to 50 with steel pre- nurrn ni- i following. Internationl Har- QUEER CONTRAST OF lost ttve points upon rumors i of trust prosecution and other indus- trials sunared. Gary aad Morgan ji.vt- L..MW K fl Li 1CIJQ KJUUdlt-VJ. VJUl J.U.VJ covering its various Foreigners Charged With Mur-iheW a conference this aiternooa. 'ncluding such j The suit is the most sweeping a der Plead Not Guilty and Trial Date is election 01 cause. His Wife Was Twen- ty Years Younger. Oct. by around Tripoli Monday and j T. H. years j SFF3 WAVE but all newspaper correspondents fatally wounded his wife. Mrs.1 'were forbidden to communicate the twenty years yov.ng- exteut cf the according to j and then the revolver a news agency dispatch received here jagainst inflicting a wound from Tripoli which escaped Italian caused his' 'death. The censorship by being filed at Valetta. Iwas enacted in the Williams homf in. The situation at the clis- j Logan siveet at patch is serious. European j Neighbors who heard Williams' residents fear a massacre as a holy j threats against Ins wife believe the war has been proclaimed by the na-i disparity in their made him tives. Mrs. a wit- At Sharashett the left line of the the shooting. Willises shot Italian defense is reported as being jnjs v.-ithcut then hard pressed by the Arabs. I shot himself toe she All efforts of the press association itold police. Beth the'man and of supported by several sen-jan were taken to Si hos- p.iors and deputies and a protest pifal. There it was found that two of the newspapers generally have failed the bullets had pierced the woman's to .move Premier Giolitti from his i brain. The bullet which her cleteraination to maintain fl strict enter-jd b.'-'r.w the censorship of all war news and pre-l.ear. Both disci or. tre table vent correspondents .from follov.'in too campaign. noisily their have been impossible for her to have inflicted the wound her threat and to have dis- posed of the weapon used. has been regarded as a Cox organ. COLUMBUS. Oct. -Ssn- Thomas A. Dean Friday made the 70 psr of counties wbich voted rnder Rose county local oo- tion law will go at the next HP three years of trisl cf the Rose law hsve shown it v.-orcrilesa. the re- suits in Scioto Lawrrnce coun- which rsturncd to V1c coiurpn ro decisively on demcnstrste this. SAYS PRESENT HIGH SCHOOL SERVES CLASSES NOT THE BECAUSE IT IS INADEQUATE anti- trust action ever brought by the de- partment of justice. asks not only for the dissolution of the United States' Steel but for the dissolution of all constit- j uent c-r subsidiary which are alleged trt have combined in viola- i tion the Sherman law to or attempt to a monopoly of ihe steel The petitioners were Joan B. i United States district attorney i f or New George W. Wicker- attorney general of the United and Jacob M. spe- The first feature of this striking assistant to the attomev gener. contrast was the arraignment of Dora- JJr_ Was Presideat nic Selvaggio and Rocco first S5Cretary of war indicted for first degree murder. The A Qf deoartment of justice charges were read to them in the Its int not guilty. me cases win oe for While arrangements were being made at the court houss Friday morning to give two forEigncrs- every chance in t'sm -world to clear themselves of gruesome murder an American-born citizen was being rushed to the stats pen- itentiary at Columbus because he was not fortunate enough to pos- the paltry sum of ihargos were reaa to uiem in uic and bureau of corporations and _talian languag-3 by Ruggiero the stanley of'the honse ar.i they entered pi oi of rcnresenatatives gaihered the evi- not guilty. The cases will be ..eard fnr thp SI.jt We cf ear. Both disci or. tl'e operatin exactly the sanio time. q reiv.-Xe to tic of Anti-Sr.icor' League. A. Z. ard Evc.igsMst Sun- day. in ce- nunciaticn cf t'r.e Anti-Saloon League. Claim Big Victory. ROME. Oct. himdre'l Turks wore Wiled or in a battle with Italians accord- ing to official advises from Tripoli to- day. Bey. Turkish com- was the Italian forces victoricny. FEW WITNESSES SEE ELECTHOCU GREENE iON OF CHARLES COUNTY AT PEN COLUMBUS. 0.. Oct. ently as he- had a W society. It was Thursday that he had a knif-i ronwaiert and it was taken from him. It was stated that h'1 had i Jones good his word to the sordid gatiiering of msn which has for years flocked TO evfry electro- prepar5d tcuticn and there were few present Charles Justice. ccunty was to his w'uen he to lead him to tr.e Ks of Tiv.-eft men nnj. r.risrnsor .lit- the other prisoriprs them to meet the the chair to fee the killing by His last meal Was up r-rinc'i-- of thai road 'legal process of various niurderers. pally of chi'-ksn. the fact that I a of of these i When tie took of he was arrested workers will on entire i the institutions Warden Jones was killing a farmer who tried to defend i giver. permis.Mon to riiscontin'-e this 'his chicken coop .Tustire was practice and to rrb'iing it. Father Kelly. Catholic fit per men fhgplain of the Justice accepted his fate indiffijr- man to the end. Oiitral agrees eirikinfr boiler Xew York system. Union of- here 'otiry hifor- r-nricn r-'-ders to be prepared 10 strike at or.co. after thi xiii CTiia the of thirty-six prospective that'Attorner General jurors were drawn from wheel. -wickersham the services of The latter T1ere arp thirt-siss-.baidian- cor- poration.s named as J These will be given the first chance to sit in on tre pris- the ont-rs. arc from the city and twelve the country. Court attaches expect that Morgan. John D Rockefeller there will l.o considerable trouble Andrew Charles .M. Schwab' lore a jury is They reason George W. Perkins. E H. Garv John that there has so much wmteu D. jr.. Hear.- c'Vriek and about the alleged niur- Charies James Gayley Wil- ders that nearly everybody has formed Ha.m H. J. H. Mocre an opinion in the cases. C. Converse. Percival Fob'e-ts Attorney George C. Beis was ap- Daniel G. Kc-man B. Beam p' pointed Fiiday moming by A. B. Widerer nrl P Palra- Stohl ts assist the state in proserut- er are named individually as defend- the murderers. Attorney George Rit'.-r represents the defendants. The sending of Philip Duncan to thf penitentiary was regarded arotmti tho house as one of foe saddest happenings in --court procedure. was a man of far above the averaw and had an earnest de-1 to the path it the matter and sincertv of his utt-r-i ances the court. Monday w-crc anj indication. j But the technicalities of the latf j ruled supreme in the of this man. i who pleaded guilty to forging for just five dollars on raphf-r Stahi ly desired to set the man under but the statutes i stated under such circumstances the prisoner must pay the costs in the and twentv-five dollars to the state before a suspended tence be given. on Page HI j Arguments For Leave to File Bill of Exceptions Will Be Heard November 2. was with thai SUPERINTENDENT H. B. COLUMBUS. Oct. for Rodney J. Diegle today filed a mo- tion iu the supreme court j Duncan didn't have the fifty leave to file a bill of Ar- I and he had no friends here who would guinents will be Nov. 2. I or could advance him the amount. set forth in for that and for that rea- supporting Diegle's motion airt son he is going to spend which were advanced in the mo- or the better part of behind tior. for a new trial in common i prison and carry the nisgratM of court and his petition in error in ja felon's stripes to the grave. court. JNEWSPAPERr SPAFERl   

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