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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               I THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSRY STAR JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 27 Uprising Expected Both in Pe- kin and Tien Tsin Within Few Hours. REBELS ARE MENACING AND OFFICIALS FLEE Capital is Said To Be Ready With Provisions To Stand A Long BULLETIN Nov. all efforts to prevent an Anti- foreign sentiment began to mani- fest itself among the Chinese reD- els today. are fieard charging Europeans and Ameri- cans with showing partiality to the imperialists at treaty ports. Threats of terrible vengeance are made. Pirates are swarming about all the treaty ports in such numbers that not even foreign shipping is safe. Scores of na- tive crafts have been plundered and crews of several have been butchered on their own decks. Nov. cartridg- es were issued today to the lega- tion guards in anticipation of an anti-foreign outbreak. A similar uprising is also feared at Tien Tsin. Operation of the Pekin- Kalgan railroad has been aban- doned cutting off the escape of family. Many officials fled as the rebels are con- stantly trying to burn the city. Pekin still is awaiting the ap- proach of the rebels. The Forbidden Cily is filled with high offi- cials and others who are entitled to entry. Vast stores of prousions havo been transported to the strongly is ready for a siege Active preparations tor what is considered the inevitable assault up- on the capital are going on within the legation for it now is conceded the Manchu dynasty will be ousted. it is asserted will be fully hut experience has that the temper of the peo- ple is he trusted when revolu- tionary movements are in progress. The fact that TienTsin did not fall as was is a hopeful because it indicates that whatever steps the are taking in the north at least they are pro- ceeding along careful lines and are acting without haste. While reinforcements have reach- ed Pekin leports have been received of numerous defections of the Manchn soldiers to the rebel side. The gov- ernment troops are an uncertain hut there still are loyal reg- ITALIAN GOVERNOR OF TRIPOLI IS HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR BUTCHERY OF TOWNFOLK D'OLINO icj L.uuerwuOd Lluderwood Vice Admiral Borea the new Italian governor of is the man who piobably will be held responsible by the civilized world for the massacre of Arab residents of the invested city. On account of the Gen. Caneva has been relieved of the command of Italian troops in Tripoli and is to be succeeded by Gen. Pruzdni. WANTS RbDIST RICJ ING TO RETIRE ANDERSON _ Ke-VEATHERj Nov. 10 had his terms in the legislature. Senator Thomas A Dean of Fiemont and not wishing to retire Irom poh- is understood to be mam aud he would like to have a dis- behind the persistent effort to the state redistncted for congress at once. day with four other members committee of democrats to which had been assigned the task of making a j ator Dean stated pubhelv here that he system of districts that would meet would like nothing better than to tnct made for him to run in. But next alter that wish comes one to The senator met here yester- the return of Congressman of a Carl Anderson who now represents the senator s district. Last winter Sen- j The worst luck a woman can have is to be rescued from a fire when all her best things are in the wash. the approval of the present throw in a stion ic congressmen. Senator Dean has I can district an ambition to go to having republi- The committee which consists of Senator Dean and Representative W. D. Fulton of Newark as cnairman of the relations committee of the I and house. State Insuiance I Commissioner E H. Moore of Younss- tow 11. w ho represents the gov erno' 's i cabinet. W L. as the head of the democratic state organization ami H. Goel.e congressman from the i fourth district who is placed on it to i represent the- democratic congress- i has prepared a plan which was Mrs. John Quinn Held Pending it first to tho democratic members of congress and then to Governor Har- mon. The latter is expected to call a special session of the legislature if ic meets with his to pass VETO ME HEM OF Gfi Ram or snow tonight or colder with a cold wave. With Garfield There Are Still Numerous Candidates For the Presidency. BIGGEsf FIGHT OVER THE LIQUOR LICENSE i Liberai Leader Proposes Sim- ple Plan But Wheeler Flat- ly Rejects Exhuming of First Hus- band's Body. THINK SHE SHOT LAST TWO Below Zero Weather in North- i west Will Force Drop in This Section. PRESIDENTIAL s PRIMARY WASHINGTON. Nov. in a The first cold wave warning of the' Physicians Still Working to Solve Cause of Death of Vermilya's spirited letter mailed today by Walter L. chairman of the progressive republican the b'll O-insressman Goeke admit- issued by the weather pasgn to all govern- lieutenant governors and speakers of the the Corner Is Puzzled by Many Identifications of Man Who Killed Self. iments which dynasty. are fighting for the At where the revolution- ists outnumber the imperialists five to the government troops still hold Purple Mountain. They are strongly are said to have abundant supplies A wireless dispatch has been re- ceived from the American Ed- ward C. who has arrived at Hankow from T-Chang The consul states customs and other foreign of- ficials are leaving in Sze-Chuan from wruch place the British consul sends reports that the situation The road between I-Chang and Chung-King is unsafe and there is danger from rob- ber bands. NEW Nov. Fember's theory that the Hotel Astor was Loid Sholto was exploded when dis- patches were received from the real Lord Douglas in Seattle. This gives rise to the theory that the suicide may have been the man who for years has used Lord Douglas' name. Meanwhile the body has been dou- bly identified as that of a relative of the Duke of Sutherland and also as another whose name is withheld by Mrs. M. S. a tiained nurse. Mrs at the coroner's said that when she was Miss Mary American Issue Says Societies in Counties Gave Up After They Voted Dry. Nov. the residents of counties for al- lowing their working organizations to run down while the kept up the fight in counties which had voted the official organ at the Anti- Saloon the American comes out under a caption County Option a and accounts for the counties recently voting again. three years these counties have been without reads the edi- torial. 'red rag' no longer goad- Nov. their at- tempt to iorge another link in the chain of circumstantial evidence against Mrs. John M. police today decided to exhume the body of the woman's first John Mc- who died in 1901 at Mich. Mrs. Quinn's second and third husbands were both shot as they lay sleeping in the wife's explana- tion in both cases being that burglars committed the crime Mrs. Quinn was sent to a dingy cell in the police witnesses at the inquest over the body of John Quinn threatened to involve the slam man's widow. The startling discovery that the i woman had been married to Warren a Michigan who was mysteriously murdered in his home under circumstances similar to those which attended the death of came after she had only two other marriages. It developed that seventeen af- McDonald's 'th.e woman mar- ried Thorpe. Thorpe was shot and killed as he was dressing for church July 1903. Mis. Thorpe was alone in the house with him at the time. She and her daughter Pearl were arrested and six weeks later re- leased for lack of evidence. It developed that on the day of his Thorpe was to have driven to the home of his son and give him a title to a 160-acre farm. His early death resulted in a division of his es- tate by which Mrs. Thorpe received about and in life insur- ance. ted that Governor Harmon had not promibed that he would call a special session but he felt sure that the gov- ernor would gne the matter caieful consideiation reau Friday and the cold wa-ve was hoisted. At this season a wave warning forecasts a drop of at j question is raised as to whether least 20 degrees in and to I a minimum of -i degrees. AcconJ- j a temperature down to at least I 24 by morning is expected. j In the northwest the cold is ex- treme. reporting 16 be- low Wilhston. X. 14 below and Bismarck. N. eight below zero. In Chicago the temperature was dropping Friday. The Sandusky station re- corded 54 Friday morning and at 11 m it was up to Rate or snow is forecasted. Peculiar Mixup in Names of De- tective and James McNam- ara Exposes MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. cold the voters shall name the nomi- nees for president at tne 1912 con- ventions. Houser says LaFoilette is ready to submit his name to a direct primary vote. 0.. Nov. de- feat of James R. Garfield as a can- didate for delegate to the state con- stitutional removes a that convention. It is noc all likely that the honor of presiding over the convention will he decided I w ave moving eastward was over i along party lines and so candidacies announced without regard Those already announced LOS Nov the Minnesota the temperature be-1 are being j ing dow-n to 15 above zero. Blizzards j to raged in North Dakota and Montana. I or mentioned are Judge E. B. Western trains are six to ten of a James late two feet of snow being W. Halfhill. of S. of 4o'rpnnrfpd in thp ATr 'at Eureka- Montana. The tempera- A. Hoskms of Auglaize a 01 w reponea in me AIC- f_ UIH. i new Namaia case todav almost every one Stuart she lived m and ed the voters to madness. The open had manied a man named Brady. Her husband had always kept a small box ot nails by her father as a souvenir of their fiist she said. Becoming ill. the husband went to California a few years ago and died She declares he was supposed to have left a fortune m but that when she sent a certain whose-aame- she refused to to bring back the bonds and the hodj. the man returned and said her husband had died poor. She the box of nails found in the suicide's trunk as the one her husband had always kept SBe be- the body to be that of the man she sent saloon with its lawlessness became a memory. The temperance organiza- tions were allowed to go to pieces. Many voters thought the fight was over when the counties went m it had only begun Mrs. Vermilya III. ture in Montana Point is little above presented excuses The majority were members of the Merchants' amT'Manu- facturers' association which directed the prosecution of McNarnara and there was little chance of completing the jury from this panel- Only about 300 names remain in the jury wheel to be drawn. As a jestilt of a peculiar mixup in telegrams the defense got a Up today on evidence which the prosecution thought was a secret A'messenger boy handed a telegram addressed to James county to the bailiff. It was given the prisoner who read it and handed it back saying it was not for him. It was from Wiuiam Mc- and promised that if the transportation money was sent him he would furnish the evidence needed. It was intended James J. McNamara. a plain clothes man of the Los Angeles police department. Will Be Running Full Blast-Next Workers Get Wage Cut. Work at the No. 2 plant of the En- terprise Glass Co.. where machines have been is now progress- ing nicely. Because of broken pots i legislation for the Anti-Saloon league The message was refened to the de-1 but three machines are now running is an advocate of How- fense's attorneys who wiied hut by Monday the plant will be for a line on what surprise the state j running to full capacity. The glass E. L Lampson of Ashtabu- Judge Wm. Rockel of Clark Judge Den- nis Dwyer of Jno. D. of progressive Herbert S. Bigelow of A. T. of republican and Prof. C. Vi. of republi- C. B. Galbreath. and E. TV. both are out as candidates for clerk of the conven- tion. progressives Trill be in con- the chances favor the electioa of Bigelow or Fackler. The organization for fight in the constitutional conven- tion over the liauor question is jpioing over the election of W. S. Har- ris of as one of tae dele- grates. As state senator for 4 Harris was in charge of temperance was planning. They sat down with folded arms and several weeks because or the large Nov. lO.-Recurring per- HOLD FOUR FOR MURDER iod of the after effects of arsenical poison she took nearly a Italians Captured By Posse After week distressed Mrs. Louise Ver- milya. As a consequence she was un- able to give mucu. attention to her de- though she was visited by her attorneys. Jail physicians declare that her stomach will cause her uneasiness for Vtoman is Robbed and Stabbed. WHITE N. Nov. 10 is of an quality bet- ever otherwise he is classes as a re- actionary. Another reactionary of the same type is Professor C. H. Col- A posse of farmers and labor- strength glass. ter than that of last year. ton of Hiram wno is elected Glass men are much interested in as the delegate from Portage conn- the work at this owing to the ty. conditions now prevailing in the in- while both sides claim control of dustry. Owing to a cut in prices ic is agreed that made last week by the American j tne contest will he birter and so it is Window Glass which the inde- to start it early and quickly pendents operating hand plants were dispose of it. Percy liberal forced to a wage reduction has' promised the license been made of IS per cent on single j question will be introduced immediate- strength and 22 1-2 per cent on double upon the convening of the dele- decided that nothing more was neces- sary. amount of poison took. They say she is not yet out of danger. SHYER SEEYICE GIVEN TO BATTLESHIP BEIGrHAM YOUNG PICTURE AND ALL Collectors of Refuse in Newj York Leave City With Ser- ious Health Menace. NEW Nov. 10 public health menaced owing to the piling up of uncollected gaibage m the streets the today staited out to try and break the stiikp of the garbage col- lectors. Strike breakers ennlojed at Nov John Heilman was today be- cause he permitted Wm. tho Huron conniy lii'e to escape on Wednesday. MORIViONS FORCE CONVERTS ICULUI o. OLJ irvc- iji j _ a day started out with wagons each I Missionaries Say They Haie Jnstruc- one guaided by a policeman. Two four hundred and fortj-fhe drivers and employes of the street de- partment are on stuke Street sweepers began striking to- day. Several riots occurred one man being beaten unconscious. The citj has employed men as professional strike breakers tions to Into Homes By Force- Nov. by the state s of the manage- ment of the Moimon church here is likely to follow admission by two mis- methods for sionanes .that thej weie instructed to _ _ _ _ 1nrPP THPlt TV iTitn if political ends and the labor unions way into if neces- are rallying to their support Street 1 Varjon Commissioner Edwards is determined general oiganizer of thp has taken drivers and garbage men struck be- cause they were forced to work at night and insisted the garbage could be collected during the day. Cool weather prevailins minimized the danger of an epidemic. Street Commissioner William Ed- who went tltiwrsh rranv a scrimmas-e as a Princeton football star a few years souarbt Thurs- day to hreak through thp line of over 2.500 striking garbage and was promptly downed. With thirty strike Ed- wards sought tp move some of the garbage idle because the men refuse to do night work. Four police- men were knocked down and strike breakers put to rout the They testified there were 200 0.. Nov. a charge of tampering with the ballot box in precinct H of the fourth ward in last Tuesday's election. Philip republican election and William j 0CVSPRY RxESeWTiNCr SERMCF COMMAKJDER' BELOW- VJ1CS HAZEL While two hundred girl members of the Tabernacle of Salt Lake sang Love and the silver service purchased by school children of and which has caused such a commotion between Mormon and anti-Mormon people of that was presented hy Govcrnor Spry and Senator Reed Smoot to the new dreadnaught in the Brooklyn navy yard. Anti-Mormonites protested against the presen- ers on the New York anueduct round- ed up four Italians in connection with flat reduction of Lake Erie scale. the murder of Mrs Heniy the heavily upon the glass young wife of a superintendent of ths near Yorktown Mrs Hall was attacked and robbed This makes a total'gates and he outlined the plan which. iO per cent from the j he believes offers the easiest and most The reduction falls I effective solution. That a settlement Op 'he piv.rmgjftd TIP YOUKGSTOWN. Reese was shot in the ear with an of by several men who invaded air rifle bv companions who were her homo while her husband was at plajing cowboy. He may partially work. Sho .was stabbed. lose his PLANS TO REORGANIZE CIVIL SERVICE BOARD With Republican President Of Mayor Lehrer Ex pects A Commission Not Hostile To Also Urge Water Works Change. possible ic.iiilts of the election i especially in the Tuesdaj wrir brimc discussed Fuday police where the chief and safe- by interested officials. One of these director weie not sustained in the is a reorganization of the civil suspension of a patrolman for al- commission The other is a ieged political artivih. a in the of water wotks the major looks forward to a reorgan- accounting Lehrer is great- lv inteie.ited in both of the mil service com- mission appointed bj tue pr-si- dent the couni il. president of the ization even should there no mare than one The law. section that commissioners bo coniphshed only after a bitter fight was assured when Superintendent of the Anti-Saloon emphatually declared against it. The present constitution practically saloons by providing that license to tiaffie in intoxicating liquors shall be granted in this but the general assembly may by law piovide against evils arising i therefrom.'' Saloons are taxed instead of licensed. Andreae proposes that the constitu- tional convention submit separately to the people the proposition of strik- ing the woul from the abovs oiott'd he ob- that the result would be j leave all and local option. I now upon the statute j subject only to amendment and repeal i bv the and to perpetuate J the present power ot legislature j to pass any fuithcr laws of the same recent i character which it may deem proper and than ewi.'' was the terso declaration of Superintendent Wheel- er when told of the liberal leader's proposal strike the from that clause would not only make li- cense b'it would knock civil service out the present 000 Aiken law tax removed bv on saloons and kill much other resri- apDointmc and lative legislation now on UK statute schooi board and president of sink- appointing commission shall fill any boc ing fund commission On Jan 21. tho-e- .lacoli and r I and .lohn Quinn. i-'pn'ilnan appoint- ed as coa.i'ibSion Paul M. Spiow teim of time jfira enclins Jjn 1. 191 Jonoph Gibbs foi a of two vrais Jan. 1D12. and Charles Kubach for a term of one jear ending Jan 1 On Kov 1. George Schwehr wai named to fill the unexpired term of Gibbs and A C was named for a term of thiee to snccee i Sprow. Aitrough term of Mr. latancy caused by removal by ap- pointing for the unexpired term Mayor Lehier s.ud Fridij that he to bruise about change in heeler said that if saloons it was certain that tat could not be HP reiterated deilaration that trc propo- thp woiks department s af- t-Kion teiipprance forces will al- thp new coiini il K organiwd T'n-i low to be submitted is the the present plan for which Conn-itue one. the liquor traffic italic he Henrj Graofe was spoil- bo or the liquor the has direct charge of U'e works books. that the water works de- partment which is tte public rir0 should vaw the TIc so'isrht to linns about a ac.T ronrril Kubach no successor was ev- wou'd not asrf-e to it er named and continued to serve. puMir sentiment was it Since As a there will be at least a state has two vacancies to nil on Jan. he's that the belong in unless the appointing officials wafer works departniont at d n tho name someone rplips noon this to bnnsr about i succeed Kubach. The appointments tie change It wouln ereafa a better1 lepublican were arrest-i tation because a silver coffee tray included in the service was engraved ed today. They-were held to the gtan'd with a portrait of Brigham founder of the Mormon church. Miss Special to the O.. Nov. would be made by Charles F. Misch- for Bloker. defprted Harmoa will probaoiv appoi -G republican. John republi- renaWican for cit' .can. and the new president of the who row clerk in thp service school presumably nartment and will retained. Ac- be1 to the mayor's the eol- There has been sonr-- friction be-1 lection of water rents he made jury under bond each. I Hazel Vout pulled the string that lifted a big banner covering die tween the mayor and the civil Treasurer Wiesler as at Brotherton. of Delplios. diers' clp.im commissioner to vie W. A. deceased H- N a war til ol'l and ''or constitutional delegate thLs week.   

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