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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               SENATOR OF LEADING WILL SPEAK IN SANDUSKY AT AT THE COURT HOUSE. HEAR 'V THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 20 Hopes to Effect Peace Agree- ment But Revolutionists Are Suspicious of Him. IMPERIALISTS CEASE HOSTILITIES AT ONCE General Impression Prevails That Some Kind of a Settle- ment Will Nov. Yuan Shi Ksi 15 reported in conference with Li. rebel leader at Wu- Chang today. The rebels are sus- picious of him since he accepted office under a Manchu ruler. No confirmation has been received of the recapture of Hankow by Im- perialists. Chinese rebel batteries at Han Yang have fired on a Japanese steamer. In- ternational complications may en- sue. Wireless messages from the foreign at Hankow report the city burning in places and fighting in progress. The American torpedo destiojer Bainbridge and the supply ship Pompeii have been sent to Foo Chow to protect foreigners. at Wu Chow have proclaimed aa indepecednt govern- ment for Kwangsi province and are raising an army. Nov. appointment of Yuan Shi Kai as premier of Chini be followed by a cessation of hos- tilities on the part of the imperial- ists and the opening of negotiations with General Li leafier the revolutionists at Hankow. An imperial edict providing for im- portant administrative changes also accepts the resignations of the min- but until Yan Shi Kai returns to Prince Ching will continue to perform the duties of premier and the present cabinet will remain in of- fice All the ministers attended a secret session of the national it is practically agreed to the of the disaf- fected Lanchau troops. A member of the war board was appointed to con- fer with the troops and express the assembly's views. The assembly aisp discussed the re- cent for which arrangement had been made with a 'Belgian and Trench syndicate. The ministers ex- plained that the loan neeaed for thr purpose of the termination of hos- in which case tne loan wouTd not be It was finally de- cided to refer the 'matter by telegraph to Yuan Shi Kai. The panb among the people of Pe- king which ensued after the issuancs of the first imperial has Been largely dispelled and the newspapers are beginning to sum up the results of the seventeen-days' rebellion. The Daily News considers that the appoint- ment of Yuan Shi Kai will change the entire political complexion and restore peace. The government troops and the Shan-Si rebels aie encamped not far apart. Apparently they do not in- tend to for the present at least YOUNG LAWYER SHOT DOWN Highwaymen Are Caught Two Hours After Shooting and Con- fess Crime- NEW Nov. H son of a former president of the American Bar was shot and killed at Pemston and Mag- nolia streets by two highwaymen. Two hours after the Mr. Farrar's assailants were captured and made a confession. They are Leon and Lucien brothers. Young Farrar was a graduate of the university of Virginia and had been a member of the New Orleans bar for a decade. rt in the United States Had bnted Wife of Playwright an Interlocutary Decree. jKv YORK. Nov 2 the Kron 5 Wilhelni. arriving heie from rpe. George Ranooiph Chester. writer and returned young woman whom he said iad marred recently in pen it was. pointed out to Chester uiis former wife Lad been granted interlocutary decree Oct. 12 jhat the final decree could not be fed until n'nety had jshed to the nearest telephone tailed up his er. talking with my counsel I said I have corn- no prime in marrying abroad. I d Miss Doremo in Paris as soon sot word that my wife had ob- fa divorce.'' Lillian Poreimo. who the beats his is an ar- ho has illustrated many of Mr. ir's stories. The former Mrs. r obtained her de- n this state Her suit named 'WHAT THE JURORS S A FISH STORY Nov. 2 At the risk of being regarded as reckless with figures State Game Tft'arden John C. Speaks has announced that he proposes to place five hundred million white fish eggs in the state hatchery at Put-ir- Bay this winter. SENATOR CLAPP WILL COME HERE SATURDAY Noted Progressive Leader Will Speak For R. At Big Noon Meeting. WILL SPEAK HERE. Candidates For Delegate May Also Speak at the Court Commandant at Tripoli Was Asked to Surrender City But Would Not. FIGHTING THEN STARTED These are the three faces that'are turned most of the time in the di- rection of the jury box at Los Angel where slow progress is being made in obtaining twelve men to hear the evidence against James B. charged with causing the destruction of the Times newspaper plant and the death of a score of workmen Me Namara appears on the leaning chin in his scanning t he faces of the jurors. The other two are G Ray Horton. chief trial aiding the and Clarence chief counsel for the who is standing. Protest May Be Sent By The Powers to Italy Against Further GOES II Fifth Reversal in County Option Is Somewhat of a Surprise to the Drys. Nov. coun- which went Sept. by swung back into the column by a majority of 437 Wednes- the votes between the victory of three years ago and the representing a change of view on the part of 844 voters. The total vote cast in the forty-two precincts of the county Of these pre- cincts twenty-three went sev- enteen went and two were each side casting ninety-three bal- lots in Prospect township and thirty- six in Salt Rock._ Of the twenty-three precincts all showed losses but five. In this the total gain was twenty-five. In the other nine- teen the made a gain of with the exception of Richland a German settle- which gave the a ma- jority of all the big gains being made in the city of Marion. Of the seventeen precincts In Ma- rion city only six went giving a majority of 133. The re- maining ten precincts wiped out this and increased the majority in Marion of a change of 1.081 over three years ago when Marion went by 85. Of all the villages of the only followed Marion into the camp. Nov. oli's surrender was formally demand- ed of the Italian commander by the Turks according an official re- port. The demand was refused and fighting was resumed. People Will Protest. Nov. movement of protest against reported Ital'an atroc- ities in Tripoli has been started here. -TVTn-ny Police and Coroner of Chicago Think They Have Uncovered Series of Crimes. SAN JUAN DEL SUR. Nov. prolonged earthquake was felt here Wednesday. No damage has been reported. Neb Nov. J Brjan asked Taft in the Commoner why he begins an equity suit instead of criminal prosecution against of- ficials of the steel trust. it he- cause the anti-trust law is now worth- less as a criminal statute since the supreme court put the word ia Or is it because you are afraid to punish big as severely as you do little writes Bryan. Nov. police of Chicago and the coroner have been unable to make any specific charge against Mrs. Louise whose past life is being investigated in con- with nine and mys- terious deaths in her family or board- ers in her house. One more person was added to the mysterious death list of friends of Mrs. Vermilya today by the police. She was Mrs. Fred wife of the woman's who died exactly as the other nine friends of her mother- in-law of Police sur- geons say symptoms of arsenical poi- soning and gastritis are often con- fused. Chemists are examining the viscera of Policeman Bassonette for possible traces of poison and bodies of other friends and relatives of Mrs. Vermilya who died in the past few years may be exhumed for analysis of the internal organs. Mrs. Vermilya is not charged with any complicity in the deaths but detectives have been stationed near her sick room to keep her under surveillance. The woman is said to have shown a morbid desire to handle dead bod- ies and is said to have seemed to rev- el in the presence of the dead. Two husbands died under peculiar circum- several boarders and children of her own as well as step children died after brief and peculiar Illness- es. No arrests have been made and the woman denies any guilt in con- nection with the deaths. The deaths being looked into lol- Fred first husband of Mrs. died on a farm near after brief illness. Charles second died after six days' illness of at 111. Florence four-year-old died at Barrington. Brinkamp. eight-year-old died at Barrington. I Harry G. thirty- five years Lillian twenty-six years old. Frank died of pneu- in Chicago. Richard T. reported to be a third husband. Arthur room- er. KYRLE NOTED WHO STARRED IN DIED TODAY OF PNEUMONIA SALT LAKE Nov. Kyrle Bellew. noted died heer today of double pneumonia. Harold Kyrle Bellew was horn in Prescot. March 28. the son of a clergyman of piominence. After a time in a ship broker's when 16 years old. he went to Austral- where he prospected for gold and also did newspaper work. He made his first stage appearance at Solfer- ino. in plajing a small part in a one-act farce HP made his first appearance in England the fol- lowing year at tnp Royal and on Oct 16. 1875. he first appeared in London He was then with the Haymark-et company for three years and in joined Henry living's company He first visited America in 1SS2. hut did not act here. His American debut was made at Wallack's Theater. New Oct In 1SS8 he formed a ship with Mrs. James Brown Potter -together thev toured India and AttsttstJjA for three vears. During the past few years Mr. Bellew has re- mained in the Ur.ited States and has been seen in a number of successes. Among his best known roles were those in Gentleman of Romeo in and Brigadier in the play of the same and still later in when he appeared as joint star with Miss Margaret Illington at the Lyceum New in 1907. enlisting their services to secure combined action by thejpowers to prevent a continuation of the massa- cres which it is declared the army of occvpation had heen perpetrating ev- er since it landed in Turkish terri- tory. The matter of the butcheries Is declared to have been beyond any- thing that moclern civilization should permit. The story is current of the herding of fifty men and boys into an enclosed space in the outskirts of Tripoli where soldiers surrounded them and poured volley after volley into the group until all had fallen. FIND COUNTERFEIT NOTES Chicago Prisoner Tells Officers Wiere Package of Bills is Buried. Nov. package con- taining 143 counterfeited bank was found buried on an island in Jackson by Capt. Thomas I. Porter of the United States secret service. The bills were recovered af- ter a confession from Albert arrested in New York two weeks ago. Leon was said to be a Russian po- litical -refugee and the head of a suc- cessful counterfeiting outfit. For months notes of this denomin- ation hava been circulated in the west. They were on Buffalo the National Bank ot the First National Pa. and several western banks. Will Retire To Ranch on Wyom- ing Big Horn to Spend the Remainder of Life. Va.. Nov. Wil- liam F. to all the from publift life here. His show was packed off to winter quarters and his will return to their tepees in what is lef of the red man's while intends to spend his remaining years in the Wyoming Big where he helped to make American history. So far as public exhibitions are he has shot the ashes from the last cigar and chased the last Indian. During a career which began as a pony express led him through more Indian battles than any other living white and included twen- ty-eight years as a showman. Col. Cody became known as one of the most pictursque figures of American frontier life. The sobriquet he earned in the early '60s. when he con- tracted to furnish buffalo meat the laborers on. the building of the Kansas Pacific lailroad and in less than eighteen months he killed 4 280 bison. Senator Moses E. of Min- noted progressive leader and lieutenant of Senator LaFol- will speak in Sandusky at Saturday. Tne meeting will be held at the court house and it is believed will be largely attend- ed. Senator Clapp has come to Ohio un- der the auspices of the Ohio Progres- Constitutional and while the Erie Counu Constitutional league is not affiliated with that orgamzauLm. and h.is made no declaration of a pro- gressive stand. the committee on speakers undertook to anauge for the meeting alter it that Senator Clapp could come here. At the same time it was arranged to invite all the Ene coua- ty candidates for Judge R B. Fisher. A L Hoover and G. P. to attend the meeting and all will be ghea an oppoi tunity to speak if they wish. This will be the first big meeting in Sandusky for the discussion of con- stitutional questions to an is an invasion by the progressives. While Senator Clapp is known as an opponent of President and has been Chicago Concern Places Order For 500 Unit Motors And Axles. MORE SKILLED MEN MUST BE EMPLOYED Auto Parts Will Increase Force to 150 To Handle as an auavauce agent in Ohio of Senator it is announced that be will confine his ac- tivities in Sandusky to the advance- ment of the progressive constitution cause. The OhioJProgi'essive Consti- tutional league which airanged for his coming to has endorsed the can- didacy o_f A. L. Hoover for delegate from Erie county but this will not prevent other candidates being heard at the invitations having al- ready been extended. Senator Clapp is to speak ia Toledo Thursday in noon and in Cleveland Friday night. He will come to Sandusky Saturday morning and will speak at the court house at this time being chosen as the best for the convenience of a contract calling for the delivery Df 500 unit power plants and an equal number of sets of axles to the of General Manager Storms and Superintendent Mat- of the Sandusky Auto Parts Motor Truck Co.. returned from that late Wednesday night. The closing of the contract means that the local plant will be rush- ed with orders from now on and must increase its working force materially. Negotiations for the contract have been pending for some time. By its 100 of the motors are to he de- livered at the earliest possible mo- ment and the remaining 400 by July 1912 It is now too late in the season 10 attempt the new pnd Supreme Court Will Pass Upon Application to Have Case Heard on Merits. additional factory building but Nov. the present plant The number r-i men employed will be gradually in- creased to this being necessary to turn out the product already order- ed. 1 The men now employed are high class J. senate sergeant-at-arms. his' skilled and at fifty face pale and listened toiay in the bupreme court to the last Friday fort of nis attorneys to save him from assured of steady business for many serving a three years' sentence for al- months to come. This means leged complicity'ia the bribery of for the city and for the project of the nr Hfcm a of these will be needed. orcjer which had been the local plant is now of the Business islators last spring. timu Following Diegle seeking leave to file an announcement of Men s after the the increase of mn m business men and others who can thus aPPeal from the circuit court. the company's capital stock to a take advantage of their lunch hour. the eourt tne i million the announcement of Good-sized delegations are expected case wil1 be ended and Diegle will De tne new success was especially pleas- from Huron and other points in the to the penitentiary -when his ing. eastern end of the county. stay ot execution of sentence While in the Senator Clapp will he the guest of Dr. C. B. Bliss at the Sunyendeand club and will probably be entertained at lunch there. Ignored By Organization. Nov. re- publican state organization realizes that ic will have a delicate matter to deal with in the coming of Moses E. Senator La Follette and oth- er leading insuigents to the state os- tensibly to take part in the campaign for a progressive state and Lewis C. the chairman of the state executive committee has published a statement in which he em- phasizes the fact that tne presence of the noted insurgents in the state will not be recognized by the organiza- tion in any way. Mr. Laylin was con- spicuous four years ago as one prom- inent republican who was not identi- fied with the Ohio organization for the promotion of the candidacy .ir Mr. Taft as against Senator The subject is one properly for the state central committee to take un hut Nov. 7. The case will probably be decided Monday. C. .T. Mattern of Dayton and C. B. j Belcher of for and Attorney General Hogan and Prosecut- j ing Attorney B. C. Turner for the argued the motion. Diegle. his wife and Mrs. her were present to hear the arguments which I followed closely those made on the 1 same question in the circuit court and j which have been published. The twenty days' suspension of exe- cution of the sentence which the cir- cuit court allowed will expire and as. according to j the court will be adjourned then Chairman F. Brown being him- self a candidate for the constitution- al convention on a progressive plat- it seems to have been delegated to the chairman of the state executive committee. Lieutenant Governor Hugh L Nich- in charge of the movement look- ing to the nomination of Governor Harmon by the ceniocrats for the h.is returned from a tour of the states west of the Mississippi with much encouragement for thn friends of the governor who had been on Page DIRECT LEGISLATION initiative and referendum J 1 does not it strengthens representative government. The initiative spurs the legislator to do what the people want the referendum checks him from doing what the people do not want done. It reduces to a minimum the influence of the tt is s to the legislature what the police- man's cluo is tj the cause of peace and good tt helps to make representative government more truly ator Atlee Pomerene. Heck nira that rim our general store for so has sold oat and says he's goin' to spend the rest of his life good. Looks dis- for I ain't never heard o' him Pair tonight and Fiiday. Temperatuie at 7 a. one year 39. Sun rises Friday at a. m.. and sets at p. m. Maximum wind itelocity for 24 hours ending at noon today. 36 miles west at Wednesdai night Defense Tries to Hold IVIan On Jury in the McNamara Case. account of the municipal LOS Xor. the Mr. Mattern asked whether the state b of qualifylng Taiesman would- object to an extension of challenge4d bv the state because it suspension in case the court had all d he state consented and the suspension will be extended until the motion is passed upon. If it is of I tJI.JJ.1 Vil 1ClVCl.tCli kii LUG course the suspension will be extend- box The gtate is now tai Jt ed until the merits of the case have -.._-. been presented. the defense in. the case produced witnesses who declared the juror sane and a hhrewd real estate dealer. still three seats vacant in the jury MEXICAN _ _ get possession of the Indianapolis ev- idence before the trial begins. Get Evidence Monday. IK 730 R9R 7fi Nov. part UO f O of the evidence held by the Indiana Nov. of protective measuies taken by the courts in the McNamara dynamiting cases and surrendered to the United Ststes authorities for the federal of the cases be transferred until United States along the Mexican bor- j Saturdaj. Judge Markey today decid- der is shown m the annual report of' ed. Brigadier General Aleshire to havej been MERELY FOOLISH BUT SAYS T. R. Nov. 2 of 'everj disputed even includ- 'ing questions involving the national as advocated Presiednt Tatt is disapproved hy former President Roosevelt in this week's issue of the Oiitlook It will be not merely foot- YORK Nov today re-'ish bllt wicked for us as a nation to viewed the biggest armada Uncle Sam arbitrate disputes that effect our ever gathered together The oxec- interests or our independence urhe and thousands of people our honor witnessed a more impressive spectacle j than that when Taft in the Mayflower was by nine miles of Uncle Sam's battleships Taft praised ficerp and men and reiterated Secretarv Meyer's statement that our is second only to that of Eng- land and then only in number. emphatically declared the EVERY VOTE NEEDED FOR GRADE CROSSING BONDS FACTS TO BE REMEMBERED President Reports That Suit ______________._ i Will Be Instituted Against While Solicitor Stpineniaim has de-jQn the the city has five clared that two-thiras of the votes years within which to issue the bonds cast on the proposition only will be and basin thp impnnpment the necessary to authorize the issue of agreement with the Lake Shore rail- grade crossing elmination all tho work can started on the authorities agree with him. three crossings. Columbus same question has been raised in Co-. Hayes avenue and Camp any lumbus and by some held that time within five and the city two-thirds of all cast must be need but 2S per cent or one- favorable. S'aouldthis be fail- of the cost ure to vote on the proposition It 5s to be in position to take ad- be equivalent to a vote against it. vantage of this deal that a favorable TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE. EV- j vote is asked on the bond issue prop- ERY VOTER SHOULD ositiona. THE SEPARATE BALLOTS AND j The matter is of vitftl importance to SEE THAT THEY ARE city Surely no voter will care CAST. to assume responsibility for grade There are three grade crossing prop-' crossing either by voting ositions. authorizing a total bond ts- against the issue or by FAILURE TO sue of Thk does not mean VOTS. Armour Grain Co. if approved the the entire amount will at once be iasutd. REMEMBER THE GRADE CROSS- ING BOND ISSUE CHICAGO re- ports wh'u'h ot the dc- naitment in'otuo ur-s-s to affirm t.r that the so'-erntr.erit plates a suit aaainsf tbe Grain companj of the wheat were today The tip was that governmen expected to which it is alleged ownership of the tomnany greater part of the visible wheat ply Nearlv dished of the visible i supply is said to br store j u nv and thp re-port was that the i of the corner were making forts to their hotdingt In avoid a federal nrobe. t'i J   

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