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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER TODArS NEWS TODAY THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 31 imperialists and Rebels Are Said to Be Opposed to Such a Move. GAYNOR CHIDES WOMEN. _____ a NEW Nov. Gaynor forgot the street cleaners' strike long he said to welcome to New York mem- hers of the State Federation of Women's Clubs at their seven- teeiith convention and to chide them on too great haste in work- ing for reforms and no- i tably woman suffrage. He told I them that he opposed woman suff- but conceded that they would get the ballot when they wanted it. AMOY CAPTURED WITH NO DISORDER IN CITY Yuan Says Rebels Will Not Ac- cept Him as a Representa- tive of Manchu Nov. in- tervention in as threatened by hurried military movements in the Philippines would cause grave trouble it is said here to- day. Neither the imperialists or rebels are expected to submit willingly to the landing of Ameri- cans. The United States is hold- ing troops and transports in readiness according to infor- mation here. It is understood the United States would inter- vene for all powers. Foreign residents here say if there is a landing it would be foolhardy to send only 10.000 troops. They say an- t'-foreign outbreaks are certain to fol- low which that number could not hope to quell. Fighting is still reported at -Hankow. Yuan Shi Kai definitely refused the premiership of China to- day saying he could not with the grave situation before the coun- try. The city of Amoy passed into the hands of the republicans. There was no due mainly to the arrival at an opportune time of the American warships Monterey the British destroyers Janus and Virago. Yuan Shi Kai reports that the rebel Gen. .Li said he would obey his orders if Yuan would consent to become but not recognize him as a Manchu premier. In his opinion it would not EXPELL ALL ITALIANS IIK CONGRESSIONAL JUNKETERS ABE EXJOYIXG TBIP TO CANAL BIG- JOB WILL BE COMPLETED IN ANOTHER. EIGHTEEN 3 Attorneys Hopefitf of Getting Jury By That Time By Present Indications. PUT NEW JURORS IN BOX Nov. Turkey is in no mood to accept mediation was indicated today when the grand vizier issued a sweeping or- der that every Italian within Tur- kish boundaries be expelled from the country within 24 hours. Every Italian found hours have passed will be considered a prisoaer of war and held in a fortress until peace is The order is a severe blow to Ital- 'an interests. fi ft fc be difficult to reconcile the most of which are giving the strongest evidences of a desire for peace. The complete constitution already pledged would satisfy the ex- cept for the fear that Manchu in- trigue would begin immediately arms laid down. Consular dispatches from Chefoo say that the rebel authorities have notified the consuls that they have taken over the administration and they intend to protect foreigners. They ask that the.v be not interfered At New Clvwang foreigners are organizing a defense league. A Han- 1'ow dispatch says ihe imperialists there are cie.sertins some be- coming rebels while others are pro- ceeding northward with their loot. Another independent republic has been set up in China. The former -of t'v province of Shan- timsr. Rim Hao CaO has been selected as head of republic 'of the revolutionists without a struggle. Rsbsls Attack Nankin tj SAN Nov. ed with Uife arms and ammunition which they have been awaiting sever- al the revolutionary forces be- gan an attack on according to cable advices received by the Chinese Free Press of this The advices say that the imperial forces have been driven to the Purple Hills and that their position is desperate. j The cable dispatch further says j that thirteen war vessels captured j recently by the revolutionnry j nrs on their way to Nankin to aid the land forces. Peremptory Challenges Will Cut Down Number as Soon as LOS Nov. one venireman was to be seated in the McNamara case today when pre- paratory challenging would again start. Attorneys now insist the trial proper will start- by Dec. 1. It is considered certain four more permanent jurors will bt seated after the challenges have closed. Three are already seated. Of the nine to be again examined the state will probab- ly two and tiie delense three by peremptory challenges. Two men were passed for one member of the Mer- chants and Manufacturers' associa- excused on challenge of the de- and another man passed by j the defense was being examined by the state when the session of the trial of B. McNamara ended Tuesday. Burton a wealthy Los An- geles was the man challenged by the defense and ex- cused by the court because of his belief that the Los Angeles Times building was intentionally destroyed by a high explosive. William J. An- a and T. H. a retired gardener and were passed for cause. Fail to Find Nov. the for his wife obtained a writ of habeas corpus when it was charged he had been taken out of the city by the Cincinnati police and operatives of the William J. Burns detective' agen- cy to testify in the McNamara case at Los could not be produced in court here. Chief of Police William H. Jack-i son testified that Ben Eckhoff. a called on him a week and comnlained that his brother was to be taken away. City detectives were sent to pee the man and he was brought to police headquarters. after being he left with a f-urns UD his clothes and the city in company with the Burns man. Since then. the. Cincinnati police have heard nothing of the case. NEW PERRY COMMISSIONERS j _______ j Special to The Nov. Governor Harmon has appointed John H. prominent Cleve- i land and Dohrman J. Sin- i clair. of members of ti'ie Perry's Victory Centennial j commission to fill one 1 caused by the other fay the f resignation of Col. Webb Hayes. i-' A fnp'cnnnnro Governor Harmon Not Likely To Issue Call Because of Op- position to the Plan. THIRTEENTH IS SMALL BUT SURE DEMOCRATIC Amount of Water Pumped Is Reduced Nearly Million And Half Gallons. DUE TO STOPPING LEAKS Ottawa Added To Thus Satsifying Dean Report is Answer lo Endues Council and Says Chief ________________-_ Mayor who differs with the city council. Engineer King and the i state health board upon the advisabii- i ity of employing to make a' waste the distribution and COLUMBUS. Ohio. Nov. Among friends of Governor Har- mon there are grave doubts to- day whether he wiii consent to a special session of the legis- lature to a congressional Gerrymander bill. The caucus of democratic congressmen here yesterday was altogether unsatis- factory. Congressman of the 14th refuses abso- luteiy to agree to the gerryman- draft submitted. Others are s'so opposed. The sentiment amoDj it' Sandusky water Wednesday gave out figures he had i politicians whiie here as expr-Srei congressmen were 16 re-districting prop- secured showing tuat repairs recently j osition wa sthat unless a petition ta made to mains bv employes of the j Governor Harmon signed by all the water works department have saved i sixteen democratic members of tiie nearly gallons of water daily. delegation could be that It was the mayor's contention at the i seems will be no time he vetoed the appropriation the waste i -o- cr it that the department employes i would be unfair for him to take- ac- could find these leaks and repair them. tion that might dislodge any present According to the mayor's ihs member of congress. daily average of water pumped TQe bm as finally agreed upon br tween September 12th and October majority last night makes the tair- was gallons per day. On i teenth district- consist of Craw- October the break in front of the Iford- Sandusky and Saneca Kingsbury block was repaired. A few i counties. These counties gave -a days later a big break in the main in democratic plurality of 4.236 in the the rear of the Sandusky Lumber I presidential election in 1908. From the Box Co.'s plant was repaired. Between thirteenth district. Marion and October 12 and Nov. according to i W.yandot are detached and placed in the mayor's the average district. Huron county is .amount of dally was added- the old fourteenth district being but a falling off of The original report add- gallons from the daily to the but Gen. age before the department located the Sherwood protested so vigorously big leaks and made the repairs. j against Lucas county being mace-a the department a chance to that it was decided to combine find the other big breaks and they'll i Lucas and Ottawa to form the ninth do the mayor Wetines-i ripufilTcans' had day. the consumption wa- a net Plnralit-F 1-3SO in these two OHIO GRANGE REFUSES 10 ENDORSE L AND ment of the initiative and referendum Nov. Ohio resulted in keeping down the fight State Grange turned down an endorse- which threatened to disrupt the ses- sions. Outside of the hall there was strong condemnation of the action of in its session here despite the fact the committee. The committee is that it is claimed a big majority of composed of E D. the delegates in attendance are Huron J. S. Mc- gressives. Huron. Erie John The blame for the move is laid West Wayne the door of State Master H. Van Mrs. F. M. Mrs. Thomas i Mahoning Mrs. W. S. poiated who is alleged a committee which ter will cotoe down to a fair average. He regards the two months' compar- ison as justifying the stand he took Hiiirp I ATP Nnvv TflUncr on the appropriation ordinance and a Huge rtie INOW IdKlllg conclusive reply to his critics. Form As Last Stage of Great Incidentally the controversy over the survey matter has not made any i too cordial the relations between the j mayor and Engineer although there is no evidence of a break tween the two as yet. Nov. Members of the appropriations mittee of the house of CLEAR GIRL OF DEATH be- known to be opposed to the endorse- Conneaut ONE KILLED WHEN TWO CARS COLLIDE IN FOG in Nos prop- heavy fog here today. and 15 injured when out of was a cry streeu cars collided in which up from one delegate that was taken up by other delegates and erty for taxation. Laylin is up for re-election next 'EEENEL OP COM HIM MTOE BY GAMBLEE'S CHANCE WHEN TOTE IS TIE Inter-State Commerce Com- mission is Shorn of Power to Control Railroads. '-.VASHINGTON. Nov. the j tTstat.e commerce roromicEion stood -icliraHy shorn of ita power to con- railroad rates by the opinion of commerce court yesterday was Uc-ment of men long associated with commission They declare the decision strikes a low that sadly impairs the useful- j rcss of the organization and believe it will precipitate another legislative j firuggle- at thr coming session of -ress. The decision practically nulli- j fes the clause of thr- railroad em- the commission to and emasculated li-e and short it is asserted. NEW YORK. Nov. IS.-On applica- tion by counsel for Mrs. Russell Sage. her assessment for pc-rsouai property i was reduced from to' j exemption from taxation being claimed on many securities'. year. Among farmers here attend- ing the grange meetings the charge. is made that Laylin was careful to a. committee opposed to the initiative and referendum. Behind the chair of the state many profess to see the figure of his L. C. Laylin. reactionary chairman of trie republican state ex- ecutive committee. on Page who made up the happy 'junketing party that left here November 9 for are enjoying their last trip to the isthmus at the expense of Uncle Sam. Sounds doesn't to a patient nation that has been dig- ging down into its jeans year after year for hundreds of millions of dol- OF CHIEF OF POLICE counties. The it is said suited Congressmen Sber- wood and Anderson and Senator Dean. The committee which will asfc the governor to call an extra session con- sists of United States Senator Pomerr ene and J. Henry Goeke of Wapal-ron-r eta representing the congressmen.Sena- tor T. A. Dean and Representative W. D. representing the democratic members of the State In- surance Superintendent Moore and State Oil Inspector repreesnt- ing the democratic state organization. The tentative gerrymander was agreed upon by all the congressmen except Ashbrook of the seventeenth district. Francis of the sixteenth. Post Nov. ______ coroner's jury exonerated A.da Len- the seventh- Bathbrick of the- nine- nox and her mother of the of Chief 0_f Police Dulaney. who was re- cently found shot to death in the Len- nox home. At the inquest the girl bared -her re- lations with Dulaney. The teenth. and Sharp ot the fourteenth. General Sherwood of Toledo was opposed to the bill until it was to add Ottawa county to Lucas county to form the ninth district. Congressman Sharp. if exxx_cL me up down there in the canal and sM and her father had a 'dramatic then digging up a few thousands reconciliation in the more each winter for the congres-' sional The news is one of the most strik- ing evidences of the fact that the country will not have long to wait until the canal is and in operation. The canal appropriation to be made during the coming session of con- upon the recommendation of I the will be for the fiscal year beginning 1 next. The ca-j nal will be or so nearly j that whatever additional appropria- tions are necessary can be made without necessitating another jour- ney for the committee. The are to have really done some good. While in the the commiKee goesj over the estimates carefully with Colonel Goetliels and the canal com- mission. its missions have they say. in the accumiila-j i tion of valuable information i been useful to congress on consider-1 j ing canal problems. due to jealousy adjournment ouposect ito any bill which should be adopted by an extra session. On Page Temperature at 7 a. m.. one year Sun rises Thursday at rtr.'O a. m.. and sets at p. m. Special to the Star-Journal. ov. a long search. Henry well known bns- ness man of this has recovered whenever youja whjch had -m the.Hull a man getting j family for at least two hundred interested in an Tt wa smade in England and stands old it's a i eight feet with a walnut frame sign he may and brass works. Years ago it was get anything in j disposed of. Mr. Hull found it in the will after all. j Oberlin. Fair' tonight snow near the colde r. Thursday fair. on Page Mann Refuses to In- west at Tuesday afternoon. Alleged to Have Gathered Cash From Cashiers in Large j WINTERS SEEKS TO SAVE STEAMBOAT terfere With Execution of Sentence on Nov. 24. Department Stores. FROM SECTION HE JOKE ON 0.. Xov. alias is under ar est in this city charged with grand Representative of Erie found himself in a pc- solution that the be made so low in the first to be larceny. She is ac-iit-erl of stealing j cuhar position Tue.sday ac- abio to withstand competition. from the May company and cording to Columbus when he According to the Ohio Journal. captured she was leaving the j apptared before the utilities eoramis- Winters himself wrote in tbe utilities place with the money in a tin box un- i sion in an effort to save a Sandusky der her arm. The polirf believe that shr is the woman who many over the inrlndiiis thn Wan- amaker stores in where recently a answering her de- scription got away wiih Sl.'iitit in cash by posing as the coilrctor in the place. The game was to make the bill sis an amendment the from a provision in the util- by which seems itifs law which no himself wrote. make the commission the regulator of ft i i i t.ifu RICHMOND. Nov. Clay jr.. will die in the elec- tric chair Nov. for the murder of his young wife. Louise Owen Seattle. This was made certain today when Governor Mann refused to believe Beattie was guilty of the cruei aud malicious murder of his wife.'-1 said Governor Mann in his de- cisiou. He dwelt upon the fact that -Watson gave the prisoner every advantage in his rulings and to knock his own was the commerce on Lake Erie between points comment of one jury was Beatrip maintained fair and iiis steel ik In his share in ills directing of the. prrrtr-st his own in and therefore if. was a sub- be the news ia his of comment when be appeared a smjie utilities law. was supposed to The requirement that rates for 1 In his statement the governor tie- a elared that while be Uc representing the p-op'f of the public utility not be changed for a w-ir-n tj.e father of ReatHe wou'd ty. When be b'-fwe the Period of thirty days is bavins the cf- be glad to help him. he cannot wirh utilities commission rep- feet of reducing gas rat-s. it is said. any consideration for public interest rounds of the different departments'. resented the Sandusky Island Steam- Coal coaipanies are enabled to under- interfere with execution of sea- in advance of the regular colle-.tor and bosii. operating the steamer Ar- bid thp sras companies. tence in the ''I followed 'the explain to the cashier that she had row. His objection was to the re- law is accomplishing just what ease during the trial and as its horri- taken the place of the other. In the cjuirement that lake steamers tar- its fran'ers designed said bie facts cioak department the casllier refused in' schedules. Commissioner 0. H. is that a crime so cruel and to give up which held be j That a knotty legal problem is putting an end to the practice of secret should have oor-v.rred within be cause she d-'d not. know the new col-j volved was admitted as the courts discriminatory contracts between con- fines of the says but the girl escaned. i have not passed upon the question of snmers and public service corpora- grant a respite caso g ln Cleveland she told the cashier i control of lake transportation. The tions. The of the law was to be to set a prceedpnf ffi I was from an auditing company i Sandusky company claims that if it make public service corporations soil' were called upon to would CANTON. chosen mayor on a gambler's 'sent to examine her books and cash required to file its others the same class of service to all at the to temporize with the Jsir- and chance because he was a good Mayor Arthur B. Turnhull faces tni- and got away with it until the cashier look up the records and then same anil if. companies find courage appeals to the supreme coi.vl peachment proceedings which will be pressed by'1 reformers before Governor remembered the story of tbe Wann- make lower rates. Tlw company they can be underbid bv coal men. it with the sole purpose of-gaining time. Harmon. Election returns gave Harry S. a majority of maker theft and set the store dete-.-- j would also be forced to maintain is their to make their rates I believe the way to prevent two but the canvass made it a tie and Turnbull won by guessing that the fives on her trail. She is alleged to jlished rates for thirty days. enough in the first instance to saoh crimes is to yuuisb thejr. number of kernels in a cup. was admitted the Waaamaker The commission suggested as a jmeet all certainly and A JEWSPAPERl EWSPAPER   

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