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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE S AN D U S KY S TAR -JOURNAL FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 28 KING AND QUEEN SAIL FOR LAND OF POMP AND MISERY Pursue Fleeing Populace and Butcher Children and All Defenseless Chinese. flEBELS HELPLESS AS AMMUNITION IS GONE Foreigners Are Not Molested But Their Pleas For the Vic- tims Are Laughed Nov. reached here today that the hor- rible massacre of innocent Chi- nese families by Manchu troops at Nankin continued today. The Imperial troops are pursuing the fleeing populace anc chopping thsm to pieces wherever found. Every road leading to the city is strewn with corpses of wom- en and children. It is estimated that no less than met death in the hideous massacre. Fear a Massacre. Nov. the fears of a massacre of foreigners in China were justified was indicated to- day in a dispatch from Admiral Mur- American stating that Mancbus attempted to fire a for- eign settlement at Soo Chow. He has sent a gun boat to Hankow. NOT. is com- pleting what the Manchu sword left Purple im- perial glutted with the blood of-the view the flaming city. Between and revolu- mobilized three miles from the were helpless because they practically had no ammunition. Boats and pack horses laden with rifles and cartridges were dispatched all possible haste from Shanghai and upon their arrival the revolu- tionary forces invadeu suburbs of OHIO MISSIONARIES SAFE. Nov. 11 cable- gram received today at the Gin- cinnati headquarters of the For- eign Christian Mission society States that so far all missionaries Of all denominations in Nankin are safe. The Rev. A. B. dean of Nankin Union is ifl Cincinnati. He does not think afty foi-eigners will be Many Ohio missionaries Nankin. Nankin and harmed. are at are pressing toward Purple Hill. The besieging army is expecting large two brigades having been recruited at Hang-Chow and Shang- hai. The revolutionists also are as- sembling troops at Hongkong and Wii-Chang which they are preparing to rush to the city. Arrival of these reinforcements will be the signal for a tremendous battle. Thousands of women and chil- dren were making it the reddest day of the revolution against the Manchu dynasty. The realizing the predicament of the reb- descended upon Nankin at night and at daylight began the execution of an order by the Tartar general for slaughter. Hundreds pre- ike Two Mysterious Cases in Chi cago and One in Washing- ton Puzzle Officers. POLICE CHIEF VICTIM OF STRANGE SHOOTING When my begins to with me 'bout go- in' to I tell her a man might be crazy to if he only was interested in hats. Rain and colder to- night. Sunday Hardly Be a Factor in State Politics Because of Wobbling. er wita wave. cold '.NEITHER PROGRESSIVES NOR REGULARS LIKE HIM Temperature at 7 a. one year milted Suicide But Friends Discredit Caucus Of Republicans Andrew Carnegie Organizes Corporation To Carry on Work of Establishing Libraries. DESPITE DURBAR TO PROCEED NEW Nov. Carnegie of New was organ- George and Queen of England Sail For India To Dazzle Benighted Subjects Said to Be Starving and Suffering From Plague. S WHAT IT COSTS Claim is Made That He Sunday at a. m. Brown Refuses To Go Into Any sets at p. rises Monday a. and sets at p .m. dard j ftr fl .Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ul ending at nooa IS miles south- j Nov. police are i west at Saturday morains searching for evidence to fas- ten two horrible crimes on two wom- en of this each being suspected of being responsible for more than one one by shooting and the other by poisoning. -Mrs. Jane Quinn was held by a cor- oner's ury a charge of inurdsr in connection with the death of her John M. Qninn. i Quinn was found dead in Nov. j with a bullet wound in his Mrs. Quinn declared he had been State Engineer Finds Water ed by burglars. The coroner's jury _ deliberated less than an hour before i returning its verdict. Shortly after the finding ill CitV. Mrs. Quinn had been it was announced that poison had been I found in the viscera of two more SURVEY PLANS ENDORSED the ten persons who have died teriously beneath the roof of Ulrs Louise Vermilya. At the county jail j ReillOVal of Bacilli where Mrs. Vermilya lies ill from attempts to take her own she was not informed of the new ev- idence the 'police will bring to bear to try to convict her of murder. The Chicago police will continue their investigation into the deaths Mrs. Qm'nn's two former j John whom she s in Ont.. Oct. 23. Warren whom she married I leaky condition. Consumption Too Great factory As Result of Run- ning To SUMMARY OF REPORT. Concrete at filter plant still in at Bass Lake in 1901. viuced British statesmen that some sort of splash is and ac- cordingly the Durbar 'with its attend- ized Friday and Andrew Nov. ll.-The In- ant pageantry has been arranged to x I dian government announces that nounced tonight that he had given the U ft 8pend on the Dur- n f TV fS T-O fli-vf. AAA n-r-nitri n-l-n 4- m corporation promote the native rulers_ whose re. venues are collected from the pov- viously had been executed in an at- tempt to terrorize the but it was not believed that an organized massacre would be attempted. Alarmed at the coming of the entire force of Manchus the inhabitants pack- ed all their belongings and made rea- dy to flee. When the gate's were open- ed there was a stampede for the open- ings in the great but before the majority could pass through the Man- chiiB were upon cutting them down with absolutely no mercy. Hundreds of children and women were but left alive to die un- der foot. How many were killed can- not even be estimated. Bodies are strewn everywhere and at the gates they are piled about in great heaps. the Manchus then set. fire to the city. Satisfied that the flames -had gained sufficient headway to defy -the survivors of the the loyal- ists retired to Purple where they are celebrating the slaughter. edge and understanding among the people of the United Jlr. Carnegie is president of the new corporation and he turned over the money in United States Steel ation gold bonds. The statement of the intent of the corporation is given as is intended that the husiness of founding and aiding libraries and edu- cational institutions which had been carried on by Mr. Carnegie as an indi- vidual for many years will be turned over to the corporation at an early date and carried on by the corpora- The donations which Mr. Carnagie las so far made for the benefit of edu- cation include the Hero Carnegie eaching Carnegie nstitution at colleges in the United States and Can- colleges in trust for Scotch Universi- Dunfermline Carnegie institute at Pitts- city-stricken will proba- bly spend another fifteen or twen- ty millions. plagite and impress the natives with the power and majesty of the From the purely spectacular point of view the Durbar will he the most bril- liant function that has taken place in India in centuries. In the ancient capital of the Mogul emperors King George will present himself to the peo- other diseases kill nearly one mil- j pie wearing the imperial robes and lion people to j whilst the heralds proclaim him Kaiser-i-Hind. or Emperor of In- dia. It will be the first visit of a British monarch to or for that matter to any of his overseas domin- reliable estimates. Official figures show that died from plague alone during the ten years ending 1909. Thousands die in Snake bites a year. a- districts never visited _by the of- ions after his and it will be the first time for centuries that the crown jewels and regalia have been taken out of England. The king and queen left Buckingham palace in amid the cheers of thousands of the number of sightseers being augmented by the crowds of suburban and country visit- ors who came up to witness the lord mayor's show. Aa escort of house- flcial enumerators. alone account for The hospitals treated pa- tients in 1909. With a population of nearly India's about 40 per thousand. death rate is Police O'lief Shot. D. Nov. Mystery surrounding ihe death of Po- lice Chief shot in the pres- ence of Miss Ada deepened today as the investigation progressed. Dulaney's relatives Insist he was murdered while the authorities and Miss Lennox and her mother Insist he committed suicide. Miss Lennox and her mother are held pending the coroner's investigation. Operation of plant in excess of filter capacity rate condemned. Summer months daily consump- tion 278 gallons per Waste water survey plan en- 4 dorse d. Colon bacillus appears in filtered water with frequency that is' un- satisfactory. Chief .Engineer as superin- tendent of tbe water works depart- received from James Miss Lennox told the police thatJE. acting secretary of the relief fund for steel I prevailing throughout the building for the will endeavor to impress bureau of American building for The Hague 'peace endowment for in- ternational Carnegie of New NOT. George and ____ Queen Mary sailed from hold cavalry accompanied them to the this morning enronte for and at Southampton a guard where they will hold the much boomed of honor awaited coronation and despite from famine the I There they wore received by the ancl mayor and port naval and military au- TWO MILLION GAINED BY STREET RAILWAYS Nov. N. first socialist ever elected mayor of left for Chicago to take a six course in the School of Municipal Socialism in that city. COLUMBUS. Nov. gross earnings of all street inter- urban and suburban railway compan- ies operating in Ohio for the year end- ing June 30. 1911. were reported to the state tax commisison today to be 739.794. againt for the same period in 1910. Nov. of his efforts to save his pet dog from Peter was killed by a Wheeling Lake Erie passenger train. He was thrown twenty feet. their subjects Isy lavish and what many openly call wanton extravagance. Latest reports from Bom Day tell of horrible plague conditions that will greet King George and Queen Mary on their arrival in India. The last weekly report accounts for deaths from the plague throughout In- dia. of in the resi- dency of Bombay itself. Reports from all the southern districts indicate that the plague is increasing. The cost of the trip will be enor- mous. Parliament has voted for expenses to this end. and the In- dian government announces that it is spending on the but the total official bill will be any- thing from twelve to twenty millions. The cost of the coronation was hea- vy and with money badly needed for social reforms in I and even more so in vigorous protests have been raised against such i reckless but the present un- rest in the Moslem world has BRANDEiS SEES ABSOLUTE NECESSITY OF AMENDING THE SHERMAN ANTI-TRUST LAW Nor. that j nated the tobacco business and ruth- the decision rendered by lessl-v crushed in sub- court of appeals in New approv- j ing the plan submitted by the tobacco j declare d The'lm port- trust for the disintegration of the i ant companies which aro to continue monopoly is the last proof the public the of which one is to have Of B3llk Wrecker RothS- needs absolute necessity for amend- i in assets and over ing the Sherman anti-trust 000 in net are to be owned D. the to-j by substantially the same stockhold- day pointed out for the United Press. ers. in substantially the some child Has Secret of Where Money is the reason for his assertion. Brandeis declared the plan as ap- tions as the present trust. The United Cigar Stores proved leaves unimpaired tbe power of i the most potent instrument NtAV Nov. the United cisar most trust for effectins loot -planted' by David instrument of the trust for Dank wrscKer ana get-ncn-quick oper- j monopoly and crushing com-' paired ttor. before he began serving a term j petition In Sing Sing prison may bfe found if Brandeis- stat.eraent The BY LOUIS BRANDEIS. rendered in New York of the 's left unim- n the same posi- tion. The monopoly of the licorice through which the pi us tobacco business is is left unbroken. Apparently the court deemed itself who escorted them to the magnificent new Peninsular and Ori- ental liner which has been specially fitted up for the trip. As on Page state board of a copy of the report of the board's bacteriologist who recently made an examination of the Sandusky public water supply. The like almost everyone that has ever been made by the state board concerning the local is largely devoted to criticism of the filiation plant the excessive con- sumption of water here and the qual- ity of the wafer with regard to the presence of bacilli. The report is of interest since Secretary Bauman. in his ex- presses the board's approval of the plan for a waste water survey. This was recommended by Chief Engineer King and council passed an appropria- tion ordinance providing for the sur- vey. Mayor was opposed to the plan and fee vetoed the ordinance.' Evidently the state hoard had not heard of the mayor's stand. The investigation upon which the re- port was was made on October by Fred state bacteriologist. NEW YORK. Nov. con- j Tn referring the report to Dulaney called at her home at 11 o'clock. About 2 o'clock she he suddenly drew a revolver and said he would shoot but she took the revolver away from him. Sud- denly he recovered the revolver and threatened to kill both her and him- self. She screamed and ran from the room. As she passed through the she a shot sounded. The young woman's screams at- tracted her mother and who found Dulaney with a bulled hole through his head. There were no powder marks or burns on the body. Ou Nov. 11_The friends of James ft- Carfield fear that his uncertain course as be- tween conservative and progres- sive republicanism has placed him out of the running with fac- tions and that his retirement from anything like a prominent position in the party is 10 encue. They had feared that he did not realize how decidedly Ohio repub- licans were for the orogressive brand of republicanism and his defeat by a democrat in a repub- lican county for delegate the state constitutional convention confirms the suspicion. Last year Mr. Garfleld came to tha republican state convention as a can- Tiinate' TOT Tire tinned in tne smite of New York Engineer Secretary Bauman workers today police being forced to defend strike breakers from behind a barricade of on Page tii investigation begun today by Dis- j trifct Attorney Whitman is successful. llie OTUJSiOU lcUuCiCU n. UK- WU11. UCCmru notnschild died in but ac- by the judges of the circuit court of powerless under the Sherman law and cording to Mrs. his former appeals approving of the the decisions of tbe supreme court he divulged tbe secret to her onlpkin submitted bv the tobacco prevent a situation so utteriv at vari- nis aeatnoed. District Attorney ipany so-called disintegration i ance with the demands of the epople VV oilman will not divulge the nature J of the trust will doubtless remove theith.it competition shall be preserved. pi his investigation. He said j last vestige of doubt which the public. The decision is a timely object les- that it would be thorough j may have felt as to the necessity of. son of the wisdom of the LaFolIette ind he would do everything to locate supplementing the Sherman anti-trust anti-trust bill. wh-'cJi seeks to Nov. what the police say about Mrs. Vermilya fS she really has killed riine the missing loot so that it could be uncertainties in the'application of the j niaybe in her home here du ring the last .few including her own ia a case that has but one turned over _to the depositors of Roths-. The decision leaves thr law. make its enforcement i Paral5el in criminal annals of country. child's wrecked defendants who have heretofore domi-- and its remedies adequate. on Page 2X. for gat-' ernor leading the same organiza- tion of progressive republicans of Cuyahoga county that has now Band- ed under the LaPoIlette biife before the convention had he had landed in the stand patter's band wagon and left his followers without a leader. At the meeting progressive republicans in Chicago a few weeks ago he occupied the same uncertain course and was virtually dropped by the convention. Evident- ly the progressive republicans of the- state are in no humor to deal witS one who is so uncertain as to where he stands. Some Local Echoes of Recent Campaign While election 4ay hag passed and the results have been officially deter- there is still considerable po- litical more than thera was several weeks before election. The attitude of the .morning which has swallowed all the mean things it said concerning the mayor and his administration for nearly two years and is now approving his ev- ery act. is a fruitful topic. -Two years when it was announced that John had been chosen for safety the morning organ. threw several fits. It denounced the treachery to the republican the giving of a fat office as a reward. for party it complained bitterly because the mayor had not consulted party and It pre- defeat for the mayor two years hence. Since that time. Ring has been the morning organ's target. It has tak- en up every point upon which criti- cism could possibly be based. It has tola of -alleged at the city hall. But now ail is changed. The foct that Director Biag is to he re- tained by the mayor- along with Di-. rector Hauser and Chiefs ITeingates and Hegerner. which was generally understood during the campaign an-sr. since the is accepted very ralmlv. Doubtless it was a bitter pill for the organ to but it wilt not be surprising to ere on Page Man Was Executed On Deck of The Niagara And B Buried at Erie. Nov. crumbling casket unearthed by workmen .at the foot of street Is believed to contain the bones of James .a I deserter from the ranks of Commodore Perry's who was tried court sentenced to die shot on the deck of the famous old Niagara as she lay at anchor wuat is now the channel entrance. Bird's body was carried ashore with those of two otlicr deserters and bur- ied at a spot supposed to be near tii'e Perry iron works building. Workmen excavating back of the iron works uncovered oM casket. j All that it contained was b'Qnes and a few The latter re- semMe buttons worn bv men of Per-. ry's crew. PLOT st Saturday the oprnhig of tkc IHMY Hmflc paper mill in the followed aiiswriavr Blasts from every steam Tvhss'-le in that see- tion of tho citr. factories a and even tbe boats af the Haiiua f'.or'hs. Thp din -a terrifU1 for a time and many inquiries csaie to tilt1 S'ar-'ioisraal as to 'fee roav for it. Tae blowing of the TvhNtle for the first time marked fur- j nial opening of tlte new plan'. i The story is given ia the Factory on Star- Journal. lEWSFAPESl   

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