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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               j TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 19 Discourages Repeal of Anti- Trust law as Suggested Ju by Martin Littleton. PRESIDENT IN FAVOR OF FEDERAL INCORPORATION Bluntly Tells Trust Supporters They Must Submit To Regu- lation or State Socialism W. Nov. 1 steel trust and other trust men must submit to regulation and control or face the alternative of a degree of was the blunt message of President Taft late last night to trust men them- selves. The Taft camp is re- joicing today over the president's reply at the Pittsburgh chamber of commerce to the talk of Con- gressman Martin who denounced tiie anti-trust law. Many millionaires and steel trust supporters applauded Littleton in asking for the law's repeal. Tat't sat sober during this baiting and was an- gr.y he had but 19 minutes be- fore train departure for 'his reply. He put full vigor in his reply. 'Such men as my hearers kaow they intend to sune compeu- tion or establish I favor federal Incorporation but that is no TAFT MUST EXPLAIN Nov. See- retary Graves today ruled that President Taft could not register by affidavit to vote Tuesday at Cin- cinnati but must appear Monday the board of elections in person and show cause why he did not get his affidavit filed in time. reason for. repealing the present Taft shouted in fighting mood. us enforce this law and then let parts of. trust separated by su- preme court'decisions go into the fed- eral incorporation act and receive its protection. we are going to have individualism and freedom from combinations 'which suppress compe- tition and control prices or the people will demand that the government ex- ercise powers now in the hands of a few men. This will be state socialism v.'ith the government fixing prices. your purpose is honest and in- nocent and you only increase your corporations as much as possible and you pursue the methods that are to honest business without at- tempt to drive out competitors or control you can go on and make your business as large as you Advance Hearings Special to the Nov. General Wickersham filed in the fed- eral court here this morning a certifi- cate of .expedition in keeping with the federal administration's policy of dealing with monopolies. It's purpose Is to hasten hearings of all suits filed here recently by the government against combinations of railroad and coal companies and combinations of competing railroad 'companies. He directs that all these cases be advanced over all other pending cases and be heard by tbre district Warrington and of Cincinnati. Nov. Jas. pastor of the Catholic Apostolic church of this is dying from injuries received in an automo- bile collison. exrvd. These things as do you' any all put j together won't count j for as much as one thing that will do j'ou good. teinpera- one Forecast- Fan- to- 1 Authenticity of Reported Cap- eSptarlTohrursndoaw I ture of Italian Commander near the cold- er tonight with freezin ure. Temperature at 7 a. year ago. 48. Sun rises Thursday at a. and sets at p. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon fifteen miles at Tuesday even- ing. in Tripoli is Doubted. ARMY BEING DRIVEN BACK TO THE COAST Photographer Who Witnessed Attack in Tripoli Tells Story of the MR. VOTER'S REAL HALLOWE'EN APPARITION. Nov. eral commanding the Italian is. Tripoli lias ucc-n captured fay the Turks according to official reports given out at the war ministry here to- day. During a desperate fight be- tween Turks and Arabs against Italians in the outskirts of Tripoli the capture was tected. The war ministry lln ftll ine war ministry annouuc- HaS GiVen Up Al I jces that the Turks are steadily push- Power And Yuan Will Form New Cabinet. MARINES SENT TO HANKOW ing the Italians toward the coast. Dip- lomatic circles doubt the accuracy of the report. Make Bigger Demands. Nov. Turkey comes to terms at once Italy will in- crease its territoriay demands against the sultan and enforce them at the muzzles of its cannons. The cabinet announced this decision following a conference of the ministers today. WHAT ARE YOU COING- TO DO ABOUT IT Senator Clapp To Open Fight In Ohio For Bob La Follette. DEMOCRATIC WORKERS ARE MORE CONFIDENT Desperate Fighting is Going On Between Chinese and Heb- to Possess the Nov. Shi Kai was appointed premier of China today.. Other cabinet appointments will among soldiers liie annrrtvol fVio f. MINbR WRITES DIARY AS HE A WAITS DBA TH Anarchists Arrested Nov. jold assay certificate found on the ibody of J. J. D. who died in The referred to is Richard a teamster on the Yparra- Nov. are the shaft his mining twelve guirre where the two h ad Reports of Dissension Mostly And Simply Re- ing arrested throughout Italy for miles north of told two stories bound for 1 when it was deciphered in the roro- is sending iner's office here. One side told of subject to his the emperorj reinforcements to Tripoli in large in Miller's shaft. The other bore having surrendered practically numbers and with the greatest se- penciled record of the man's sev- power by Monday's edict. Yuan en-day ended by death Story of Massacre. lat noon Oct. 13. The body was found with the left i I-. i tr -les pinned against the side of the Nov. l.-Frank Magee.. a shaft by a -.ass of rock. Miller stood with his bead the comes virtually ruler of the country. Yuan Shi Kai announced that be would -cease hostilities against the rebels immediately and. then negoti- ate with Li Yuan left Tripoli last arrived thrown have gjnas who recently London Tuesday. He was a wit- himself with a view to es- ness- of the summary vengeance taken tablishing permanent peace. Ameri- by the Italians upon the Arabs who'. 13th can. met today at the. Amer-jshot at them from the rear in the ican legation to consider measures vious Monday's fight. protection. been employed together. The body was found by Barnes. Miller came to California a year ago from Virginia. TORE CLOTHING FROM Says They Are Giving Saloon Men a Chance on Promise To Reform. WETS WIN FIVE VICTORIES Land American N. Nov. Wte'th'eTasTii'ne'of his fell upon Thomas E a when he tried to take away 'a saloon license of non-pay- 'luieiit. certificate was folded and had I One CONSTABLE IN Shettler Says Rose Coun- ty Option Law Has Proven A Tee sirteen times Nov. B. O.. Nov. al invasion of Taft's own state by the LaFoilette advance guard wiH be a realty when Senator Mcses E. of Minnesota lands in Columbus Thursday night. Hers on Thursday at MsmoriaS will be sounded the first in- surgent battle cry in the presi- dent's own Advance tips on the Clapp speech- say that it will scorch. It will have a sugar coating in the form of praises for the movement in Franklin for the election of progressive dele- gates to the constitutional conven- but the real meat of it will be 'merciless excoriation of the president his regime.______ j Primarily The vjiapp visit to is to aid the progressive' consti- tutional delegates. That is why Sena- tor Clapp was Basked to the call didn't exclude all other politi- cal references and people here who know of Senator Clapp and his meth- also his friendly feelings toward La Follette and the insurgent move- wouldn't be surprised if- the Minnesotian would riddle the Taft breastworks. On Friday night Senator Clapp- will speak in Cleveland. That will be a real out-and-out La Follette speech. It will be a defi to all reactionaries and President Taft will be placed at the. head of the list of these. About the Cleveland meeting there is noth- ing quibbling. It is to be aa and- insurgent occasion and there the senator from Iowa will be allowed to- realize the passionate fury his VcfcerbooT. The jand the others and clawed nlm- wiiich led the Italians to record I Nearly every stitch of clothing was their Arab satyl Mr. Yparraguirre. 'torn off the constable when the ponce Nov Admiral1 is necessarJ' to understand the If help does not of the United -situation Before the date of the bat- send this message to M. M. Miller. The Italian lines describe thai wife Harrtsonbiirfr. Vn... ami tvn-P States navy arrive'd ine' Italian lines describe thai Va.. and wire at once ordered 850 American of extended inland what to do with the body. J. J. D. rines to Hankow to protect oi about fout 'Miller. interests there. behind scued him. They put him in a bar- miles from Tripoli. from 'This occurred Friday Mr. pct- 6. It is now Saturday noon. No Show Great Bravery. I Magee from cover on thg help yet. Way did this townside of the Arab a Sunday is cold and long. Oct. volley was poured into us Bui- nelp mo. I forgive Nov. revolutionists have fets came crashing through the cac-' is noon. Why did rallied and reorganized their spitting up sand all around Diclt A drink cf cold water and are furiously contesting the and one soidier dropped with a taste good. Am getting perialist advance on Han-Yang. bullet through his arm. It was so I end is insurgents still hold a section of the sudden and mysterious that we could'Don't Diclc can forget which-separates the foreign not understand at first what was 'Wednesday tonight cession from the native city. happening. We had seen no Turks be the DO the end The Red Cross doctors estimate revolutionists been on Page i Thursday's record is illegible. and between and S.OOO woundedj.' during the fighting of the cast IBrje' days. Of a battalion which faced t tie imperialist machine guns with intrep- id only two or three escaped. The others were mowed down. The loyalists lost from 200 to 300 killed. The rebels showed reckless e Ohio anti-saloon league pres- the limit of his ident. issued this statement today on- The La Follette lieutenant will the state local oution journey to Toledo and there also there years ago many counties planned an insurgent demon- voted dry because the saloon had be- j stratum. _AH along the line Senator Clapp wil be preparing the way for the arch enemy of the Rob- ert M. La Follette. The latter will come lawless and indecent. In some of these counties the are ac- cepting the liquor dealers' promises i be good if allowed to come back. They his lieutenant into Ohio will fail to make good their promise of if fef Meantime here in Co- reformations and the saloons will go 1 an.d itt and in To- out the next time permanently. The the .three hot of Qhto re- liauor interest's srp bpftpr oreaniyed I Publican tfle camp flr.es three are be and skirffiisl1 unfavSnble locnl be continued lest the unraAorabie local the Wg to coffie_ which is their mam asset They charged cheering in close formation and faced the deadly un- flinchingly. They were untrained coolies and boys. The one idea of rebels seemed to be to go forward at. any coat. The on the with ma- chine-like the deadly time fuss shrapnel agJy .st the rebels' percussion shells. JT FORMER HOTEL MAN'DEAD Heart Froai Wiiich He Had Suffered 3Ianj Causes Demise. Darrow Will Try To Prove By It That Gas Destroyed the Buiio'ing. RECALL OF BANISHED CHINESE REFORMER COMES TOO LATE TO SAVE IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT FROM WRATH OF REVOLUTIONISTS LOS Cal.. Nov. the McNamara defense will endeavor to prove its contention that and JSot dynamite destroyed the Timeb by the very forces which are behind the prosecution was made cer- tain by the introduc-tion today by At- torney Darrow of the first cony ol the times issued after the disaster. He Talesmen Preston identif-.' the cony which bears in desp black type the statement. bombs wreck Darrow expects to show that for weeks after the exrilcs- ion the Times declared the building was destroyed by dynamite and when the insurance companies refused to settle on the ground tint an exnlos- ion and not fire wrecked the the owners said the explosion was 'on- ly a small doing only but casing the fire which wrecked the building. Probe At Indianapolis. Ind.. Nov. federal probe of the dynamiting charges involving the McNamara' brothers and was siireci today when the state turned over the federal grand books of the Interna-l tional n of Bridge ar.ff Structural Workers. tion will ba made of charges the' explosive transportation law was laioi I Nov. E. for many years one tae most conspicuous figures in hotel life in the middle died at residence here folio wing. a.prolonged iliness of acart troable. j Ivir. was born in East Cleve- land in 1839 and at the age' of 14 Was employed as c ia tue old Weddell house in .Cleveland. Four years later he purchased the hotel at the old Great extern Cleveland. When this was destro ed by fire he moved to Pennsylvania- Later he came to Toledo an3 icr twenty-twp years was proprietor of tba historic Eoody house. He retired from the business after fifty years service. Nov. jury in the di vorce court found Thomas the opera and Mrs. George Foster guilty in the action brought by and the granted the husbatid a divorce. Mrs. Foster was formerly an American. Avr-TPTtro -i i has now become certain that the LOS turns from 242 out of 245 eleventh hour appointment of Yuan give John socialist for ma-1 Shi Kai to a practical dictatorship in a plurality of Vptes as the china came too late to check the re- reswlt of yesterday's primaries. So- eastbonnd Rock ir-hn-d express near win be the Kimble praCtiC8S 8Ct' here early feday looted the continues to manifest and registered mail t-aoks of A. A. legislative representa- ________________________________j tive of the Ohio Brewers' declared the wet victories in four of counties that voted are.the i of the failure of the Rose cotin- of Jae. Mate Cross wet when all elections have been i Country Journey Two Days on Pager 21 LOSE PURSE OF rlfn Voting. 0.. Nov. enormous vote is being polled in this county in the wet or dry election. Church bells all over the county summoned voters to the polls eprly. Political leaders doubt if the majority will be sufficient late. SAN Nov. and Temple sons of Catch 'Era Alive' Jack of Okla- have arrived in San FYancisco after having ridden on horseback from New York. It took the lads sixty-two- to switch the county to the wet col- j to malte the trip. umn- j They were to get if made the trip in sixty trat lost because of serious floods in Califor- nia which heid them up two They will be seat to school in. Call- Four Out Of Five. I UPPER SANDUSKY. O.. Nov. 1 J By a majority of 205. Wyandot county i voted after three years without j oren saloons under the dry majority j of 52 cast in the first election under the county option law. With the return of Wyandot to the wet four of the five counties which have voted since the expiration of the three years period for which they were voted dry have become I Athens and i Wyandot. Only Meiers county elected to remain in the dry column. Fpper tf-andusky three years aso vo- ted by 20R. but the major- ity in the coimty overcame this. The majority in the town this time was -124. forna Costing About Eighteen To be Finished fV'ext Week WILL STAND TRIAL Over five miles of up-to-date county RfiAMCI AHPUTCD PU A DPC in the MANSLAUGHTER wills be completed -he UK'. .........___________ l Thero arc more improvements con- .arf YORK 1 TC-T- this lino in progress or in con Iteration at the tha c ntiTArii in firv.-.r Triangle in whose lofts in i ever before in the history of the coun- the Asch buildiu.a. 143 girls ar.d men i were burned to death March 25. have to go to trial under indicf.v.er.t for manslaughter in the first and sec- ond Judge O'SulHvaa sustained the in- dictmeots against the two men. ibellion. Yuan Shi reformer who cislists nominated complete city ticket and at the general election been and banished from this ticket will oppose the Rood eminent republican ticket 0.. Nov. it will be on terms more advan- j died of eon-j in Ber'J tageous to himself than them. In after from a Hal- jer a mi lower picture is snown a train on the Pelting-Hankow departing from Hankow for the capital. H-ia- i ty. tin1 commissioners the roads that wiH be fin- within a week is the Tiffin av- improvement between Bardshar'3 Comers and the corporation line. This i- a mile an-5 a quarter stretch of stsa- asphalt. carbo that in i davg are an cork street from Parkins avenue and Ohio railroad. feet in and mile and a our'- tfT from T'nion CoiT.ers sotith on road. roadways. T final touches arf will eoual any in the stafe. Tn the rountv ers hsive the imnrovemfnt of tho in wil V- -v.-. liffifrth. win kow rebellion. was recalled and grivsn supreiie ichu rulers leads many to think the fighting I command. His knowa hste for Man-i if he does succeed in ending hostili- j around it storm center of the most desperate of thus far lias Iragod vestigating. found the body of Rufus i Conntv Commissioner Billiard. the girl's in Connty Snrvevor gchuit- Wooster cemetery with a strychnine most of thoir time to vial at his side. They had spent the of the roads above evening together. Paper which had are hoping for clftar cbntair.ed the powder was found iuthat same may tha girl's hand bag. j fore the cold spell seu In fool. EWSFAPESi   

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