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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S KEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY S TAR-JOURNAL FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 16 If A fl A DEMOCRATS CLAI THFY 1 JLIJLr 1 1 Say Sudden Move Against the Steel Trust Was Forced By Their Activity. NEW MARKET IS NOW BECOMING QUIET Long Delay is Expected as the Result of Steel Trust's De- cision to Give TEDDY SAYS NOTHING NEW Oct. IRoosevelt flatly declined to make any comment whatsoever on the steel trust suit. He greeted in- terviewers but to all their questions said with his usual have nothing to ''Have you read the the colonel was asked. read to said Mr Roosevelt. beia forth vou were deceived regard to the Tennessee Coal Iron Co. cleal. Are going to let them get away with can't charm me into say- ing one said Mr. his teeth. THIS WILL HELP GREATLY TO MAKE A GREATER SANDUSKY. NEW Oct. States steel corporation stock was again the chief feature of the mar- ket today but corporation lead- ers had the situation in hand. Steel common opend about a opint low- er than yesterday's but soon went to 52 1-2. Preferred showed a gain of one .half in the first transaction. United States Maishal sfait- ed for Tarrvtown. N today to serve papers on John D. Rockefeller Offlceis of the corporation they woulrl makp no further than that issued last night American Smelter and International Harvester both said to be fair targets for the next dissolution suit by the department of cpenod up one eighth. Brokers predicted before the opening of the market that there would be no sreat fluctuation in Ftocks the usual half holiday keeping brokers from entering with mucvispirit into the war. The market j RefuSGS to PrOCCed With became firm after the first hour. On the London market American shares aminatiQD Until COUll Of- memtalned their firm tone until the cloFe'today. Steel common increasing its advance to the preferred to one and The other internationals were fractionally high- er. McNamara Defense Will Al- lege Prejudice Because of Failure to Get Ruling. DARROW HOLDS UP SESSION Many Political Aspects. Oct. political features were today attached to the suit to dissolve the steel trust and the jumped into the forefront of the already complicated presidential campaign. The democrats claim cradit for for- cing .the through the inVestigatiouVonducted by the Stanlex committee of the as Representative Stanley has been demanding prosecution of the steel trust for several ye'ars. They charge that the republicans are attempting to head off the democratic ders Him To Do LOS Oct. was evident when court convened today that feeling between the McNamara defense and the court was becoming more intense. The defense is laying the foundation for renewing the ap- plication for a change of judge and the original allegation of prejudice NEW FACTORY HAS MADE GREAT GAIN WARSHIPS ARRIVING NEW YORK. Oct iS the i oaring of small guns four war- ships poked their noses up into the today and came to an- chor with the ships already there preparing for the greatest mobil- of warships held in Ameiicau waters. From now until MonJai there will le an al-nogt of warships a'l tominsr to take part in the na- Auto Parts Co.. Now ing 100 Increases Cap- ital to PLANS COMPLETE FOR DOUBLING THE PLANT Greater Takes Sandusky Movement New Life With SS1 IELLS OF Piospects For Other Big Concerns German Warships Report Im- perial Troops Defeating the Rebels at Hankow. NEGOTIATIONS TO END WAR Council of Indianapolis Will Meet Monday Night To Pass Ordinance. Oct call for the Indianapolis city council to meet Monday night to take final action on Jurors Fisher and Frampton but the application will tie made 110 matter what stand Bordwell may take. At- torney Darrow objects to Bordwell's withholding of a decision on challeng- es for cause. Barrow's implication that Judge will be renewed. Much will an ordinance appropriating foi i on Bordwell's ruling on the cases apprehension of the murderer of Dr. Helene Knabe was issued today. A majority of the cotincil favor the passage of tEe That a prowler tampered with the j windows in the apartment house in which the woman physician was found dead was the declaration of Mrs. WANTS CRIMINAL ACTION Bordwell is playing into the Charles F. living in the apart- tion's hands is lesented by the to the police but Darrow insisted that he was Gov. Marshall stated publicly that no alternative in the matter. Is the city and state should not spare absolutely necessary that the defense money in employing the shrewdest de- force the issue in view of the state's tectives in the country. The govern- Oct. posing the indictment in the Dis- trirt of Columbia of Henrv C. Frick and E. H. Garj for alleged conspiracy when they induced President Roosevelt to the absorption of the Tennessee Coal and Iron company by the action in trying to line up the federal or will offer a regard of and government at Indianapolis against ne that the city and state ought 1 he said. Bordwell is rob- to Sive The governor says Dr. bing us of an important point in the was murdeied. struggle for advantage when he with- holds excision on ojr challenges for DYnJAMITF FflllWD cause. Tf we cannot know how many iv'unc u TUUIMU real and how many possible jurors .rust. Representative Burle- ae in the box we W greatly handi- son today assorted capped. P T that Pi-es'dent Taft can only show Friday was the third day that A C nal action criminal action had in other cases the notified of the finding of thirty-six sticks of dynamite in a frog on the h h been bioug would rile on Winter's case Friday sarlne a-tion if the defense desired. The point was should be taken against the steel anrt in the day Walter L. Frampton. a was challenged because he said he believed both and forestall Stanley who will resume his inquiry into the trust Nov. 15. Taft foices point to the suit in sttppoit ot the the admin- i ittration is going to bust The anti-Taft republicans sought to discredit the of the adminis- tration anc1 tailed the suit a stand designed for election poses. A stoiy in general circulation was that last cummer the financial inter- ests withdrew their support from the Taft administratirn. Imnioliately it is said the Taft cabinet formed a plan of which includeJ Taft's tour of the west ana the activ- ity of Attoniey General Wickersham in thp east. story the La Follpfte backers gained great pleas- ure as thtw contended that Ta'fs trip in the west did net Ftrenstnen him and that if he had broken with finan- cial powers in the east. La Follette prospects were brightei than ever. ments after a south tiain had passed the switch. Part of the dynamite was purzerized evidently having been ground by the car wheels. The dynamite was found within a James B. McNamara and his 'few miles of the bridge where a simi- on Page cache was planted when President 'Taft's train passed October 17. GET RID OF THE DEATH Tf APS. MR It is up to you to say whether the grade crossings shall be elimi- nated at Camp street. Hayes avenue and Columbus avenue. People that have been obliged to cross on these streets have- been praying for relief from the terrible risk are taking in crossing for many and the danger giows worse every year. Now that the council has unanimously agreed that it can be done it remains for you to vote YJ36. The expended' for the work will remain in the city in the way of labor and material. Now that the Lake Shore Michigan Southern railroad is preparing to put in four mam tracks instead of the risk will be doubled. At Camp street the children of over fifty families are obliged to cross ten tracks to get to school. The crossing is often held for over twenty to the very serious delay of all unless the peo- pie crawl under or climb over the which is being done everr hoar of the day. There are over two hundred workmen obliged to cross Camp street thrice daily in going to and from their work. As many or more must cross at Hayes avenue. There is no possible except in subway as and for which tne railroad company has agreed to stand seventy-five per cent of the cost. Vote YES and compel the L. S. M. S. R. R. to spend this amount of their money here in eliminating these dangerous death traps which we all know should have been done years ago. Yields to Reformer Will Grant Constitutional j The move- 1 ment received the most substan- tial encouragement. it 'las had in months at a spe- cial stockholders' the Sandusky Auto Parts Motoc. Truck Co.. one of the concerns located here through the efforts OT the Basiress Men's decided to increase its stock to This increase is necessary to take care of the ranidly growing business and plans have already been complet- ed for a new factory building. Cu- plicattng the present structure and doubling the capacity of the plant. Still greater extensions are believed to be necessary soon. At the samp it develops that -a-iv which BULLETIN Oct. was official- ly announced today that the im- perialists had defeated the rebels and retaken the city of Hankow. as now seems will mean the location here P company to make use of part of tta Auto Parts company's and erection of another big plant on opposite the present fac- tory. The Business Men's association is also ready to close with two other big concerns and is onl'- pwa'.rns rHe al word from a third bis company be- fore signing up contracts. In much will depend upon the attitude of the lot si'bsoubers who have not yes SHANGHAI war- ships here haie picked up wireless messages being sent to the Imperial government stating that the rebels have been defeated in a decisive bat- tle at Hankow. X0 confirmation of j frnm 0 tory. keve jor automobile business. The proposition is one of the best yet good' tr concern most is rated Yield to Reformer. PEKIN1. Oct. Chinese BROKE IN TO SEE HUSBAND Oct. Stella divorced from her hus- today started serving a worK-i house sentence because she to see him so bad that she broke in- i to the house where he was staying. She was his when she broke a in her attempt to gain entrance. She was sentenced for malicious destruc- tion of property. recognizing the futility of at- tempting to put down the revolution by has yielded to Yuan Shi the recalled ana will seek to open negotiations for a set- tlement with the rebels. It is proposed to send government emissaries at once to the Yangtse- Kiang the center of the revo- lution. The government is said to have made such advances already to certain of the rebel chiefs to learn their temper and to have received the renly that no capitulation will be agreed to unless it provides for a com- plete reorganization of the govern- including the immediate con- vention of the representative parlia- ment and appointment of Yuan Shi Kai as premier. The national assembly acoptrst resolution to memorialize the tnrone taken up- nere. -mis- eotteere to locate hero where it GUI secure sup- plies and can also take care of the central and western trade. The asso- ciation expects to close up at least one of these big projects and with the relies on lot subscribers to make possible the bringing of the other concerns to the city. The outlook is the most promisiGS that it has been_ siPre the project was inaugurated and shows conclusively that all that was necessary was patience to bring about the final realization of all plaos. The special meeting of the stock- holders of the Auto Parts Co.f called at 10 a. at the coraHany's was Eve'v share of the sfoefc was represented the holders in per- or proxy and many of San- requesting the immediate institution of a popular parliament with the n. n. first refused admittance to Disbursements SO Far the and riarrinn nr nil nrtTifir-nl nrcssnt the oC'rir iness anl men were After a resort from to the outlook for bus- STEEL TRUST CHIEFS AND LEADERS IN ION BROUGHT FOR DISSOLUTION OF BILLION-DOLLAR CORPORATION Amounted to a Total of the pardon of all nolitical prisoners. j including the rebe1s. j The rebels have taken no cogni- zance of the new attitude of the gov however on it was ti increase t'se cnpin' fr-i-n Sl'rt'.WO to IT WPS a'co to sell of the u'w at nt the present time and this over-s'ihsTibesl br inue on Page Shot Down Head of Motion Picture Company Without Provocation. LOS Oct. Selig of head of one of tb- motion picture companies .n the and Fran- L-t.-e-is. manager cf the Pacific coaci- apartment of the was killed In a Japanese gardener. The Japanese is in jail charged with the crime it is was nT Los w heip on Chic1 -o Edcndalp v---ii a POP.- 00 .siiou tae .Japa- who cave his Frank po y Minninatsu. and who former secretary of who has acted as special assistant to At- torney General Wickersiiam in pre- pa rat ion of the personally su- at the studio as a g irdener for two suddenly entered. HP was witii a rpynlver and withot'.t o.ienprl firo Two took ir and two more in' as filed. Solicitor went wild. also assisted in the preliminary ernroent. capital of the province of Xganhwei.j the present so that there 16ft miles southwest of is now -toe's on market. This appropriations aggregating taken and other minor successes were I leases stock UH- were granted to six colleges and uni-' renorted frcm several sections. torched. aril in future. vetsities by the board or trustees of nptive press with a few exception' reports showed big orders D. Rockefeller fund for edu-ltreats the uews of rhc reoel advances general education boara.' in Applications from twentv-fo'ir instit'i-l tions were presented. From tiiis list the board Delected siv among Is distributed conditionally the funds as follows To Bucknell university. toward Slfifl.noo. To Sarlham Richmond. tow aids To Funnan rnhersit' S. towards To Grinnpll fa S100.000. towards To collee0 Northani S200 iM'O. tov arfls uon The Soutbprii Texas. towards exultant manner. Andrew E. H. Gary and Charles M. Schwab are three of the named Individually as defendants in the emment's sweeping siiit for the dissoltilion of billion doliarj United States Steel Coiporatiou and its subsidiary alleged to combined in violation of the Sherman anti-tiust law. J. M. Dick- 000.000 Tiunns the mpefirc attention called to the fort sir.r'p Mr Rockefeller made his fust contribution1 to the boarff for the .ironiotiou ot holier education -n lions beep m-flp io insf'iiitions 'o an of toward a total oontrib-i Girls have a verv fair understaTidin'z r-t many things iinfil they go and get mar- then their hus kuov Forecast Fair n'gbt and sl'Shfh v.armer Sue on hnnd good for still larger within the next few In fact thp bnsir-oss has growii so rpr'.dU that Contractor Alfred Schaoor enci-'sip-i large plat- ion1- cr.i'i f'f bi- IS tV'-f. which will ft ft of additional floe11 snacp V total cf now em- ployed .u n'-inr and the force r.xpid'v Plans have no.v been eimp'eted fsr npw factory a .if the present to n spring. fnil'Firs company weus the by c'nh' r or rrwnslort. fnS.a sub- C stant'n' lunch wi'h Sandusky the til' row wo ire'ins cf oth corrr cf ti'f B- T'. Slither wa here aufl said hn felt that success ti be thQ good cort- of CAXTOX. Oct. Tnnif Lutheran War- ier chnrcl1 Plani rshin. celebrate its day. eiii'ii e at 7 a. vear ri'-o deg-ppj. Sun at a and at 4.o1 in. rises Sun at a m at p I SttTu'prrl TltT.f v of s if t'r- Von's with the and 1 other nrojpcts h ran soon 'lo-c'I up. of th'v _ Sind'isk' irovcmcnt will hs at at 2 05 of botn cr' in r v F hvcrv ii TAFT DISCUSSES STEEL TRUST CASES WITH HIS ALASKAN COAL LANDS TO BE LEASED CHICAGO. Oct lobby of President Taft's hotel resembird -tu AVhite House ante tciay In .-ci- mert rnic'.t orcra'p ciition to of the cabinpt ruv-- in Seereiaiies Meier. Mac- ana of IT and .V- -Iiaai 1 ROME. Oci Victor Em- manuel purchased the of thirty pervised the rtraftins of the etchings by Joseph at the here. international art exposition i sidered. M .ttarv of Intei iOr Walter L Fii-hrr. speaK'ng the Atneiiran ipiiiiug 'oppress iu session Ae- Rt'Tl cabin't 1 rtcci big problen's to be ueUHn'.iy GOIIU enients clared in i'Mo be iii the A'ask.n Tuft may not get to voto in Cincin- nati lu'i.nu'-e he sort his rhat t'.ip coab lands i in ton fi'is not iutcneie don-aui in Alaska woitlrl with prcbitlent's to how- .iL'iile iu the under a vnt.1. in the- n tv.urneii a r- Jury p m.. yosterday. The j.-uli VN a G f JEWS PA   

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