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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 32 Wu ling Fang, Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Rebels, Sends Regent Letter. YUAN SHi KAI TAKES POSITION AS PREMIER BEATTIE SAYS HE'LL LAUGH IN CHAffi; KEEPS NERVE ON EVE OF EXECUTION CLAY Americans Have Been Asked to Use Good Offices in Having Rulers Give In, WASHINGTON, Nov. ders for the dispatch of a regi- ment of soldiers to China from Manila were awaited today by of- ficials of tfie war department. Army officers said the move would be executed in quick order. Preparations have been proceed- ing quietly for two weeks. It was decided today that no Filipino troops will be sent to China, even if thousands of soldiers are need- ed. It is feared the presence of the natives would arouse the hos- tilities of the Chinese. Confer on Calling Troops. WASHINGTON, Nov. a two hour conference with Taft today in regard to the Cninese situation Secretary Knox announced ministers representing various nations were conferring jn Pekin to decide -when they shall call on their governments for troops. Thirty sand troops at Hung Chow have re- the imperialists and marching on Nanldn swearing to put all Manchus to the sword. Yuan Accepts Post. PEXIN, Nov. attitude of the government is more hopeful than it has been for some time, and, a way out of the present 'roubles without the loss of the throne or power of the Manchu dynasty is being sought. Wii Ting-Fang, secretary of foreign affairs in, the provincial government of Shanghai, and other noted reform- ers have sent a telegram to the Amer- ican charge d'affairs here, asking the good offices of the United States in connection with the delivery of a de- 'mand for abdication of the emperor. The telegram, dated Nov. 11, reads: deliver personally the fol- lowing to his highness the regent, in- forming him that further conflicts be- tween the imperials and the people will cause needless bloodshed. If his majesty abdicate we shall endeavor to afford safety to the court and pro- to their property. "To the regent: Your manifesto YOUTH NEVER SMOKED, C VRSED OR KISSED} IS IT REALLY POSSIBLE? Federal Judge Kohlsaat is Call- ed Upon to Reverse Him- self in Case. WILKERSON I WAS SHAM FOR DELAY Indictments Returned Against i Railroad Trust Bustins: Action, CHICAGO, Nov. Judge Kohlsaat was today called upon to re- verse himself on his ruling in the j packers' cases. United States District Attorney Wilkerson demanded that the writ of habeas corpus granted the nine indicted packers be quashed on the ground that they had not com- plied with the law. The men gave themselves up in the marshal's office vides they must apear in open court. Arguments were Leani this >4 on the point which was a surprise the defense. Wilkerson attacks the move as a sham in battling for delay. Immediately after Judge Kohlsaat called the packers' case Attorney Jas. WHAT DO YOU THINK? Can a youth of 21 who has nev- er smoked, cursed, drank, or even j MDEN1S IRK OPENING OF IS'SEffl kissed a gin be healthy and nor- iSanduskians Were Fortunate But Not Far AW3V J Suffered Seriously. Or js such a youth a paragon, i one who should be emulated? Sandusky young men and worn- I en, asked the questions Thurs- day, didn't care to exrfess I selves. They had not yet read i the story of Howard Bennett, the v j Massachusetts prize winner. I When some officials and certain -v j prominent citizens were asked about it, they The Star-Journal would like to know what Sandusky people think of Howard merely flippant comment, but serious discussion. Opinions and com- ments, if not too lengthy, will be published. BOY NEAR BELLEVUE SHOT WITH OWN GUM LUDLOW CENTER. Mass., Nov. Bennett, aged twenty-one, who has never in his life smoked, drank, cursed, or kissed a girl, isn't: i exactly the sort of a chap one might i imagine from readin jof who Howard is Men Near Tiff in Seriously Wounded and One May Die, Other Losing His Leg, Over a dozen hunting accidents were reported from various parts of state as a result of the first day's shooting of the quai! and rabbit season, three of them occurring within a few miles, of Sandusky. Local hunters, whiie out in great numbers, escaped in- juries. Clarence Grori, 12. sou of Peter Hear cavers corners, a lew miles from Bellevue. vv-as out hunting RICHMOND, Va., .November It looks as though Henry Clay Beat- tie, Jr., condemned to die November 24 for-the murder of his wife, is go- ing to make good his boast, and step into eternity with that same sardonic i Sheean, special prosecutor for the as Olle Ol? the best insurance risks! Meet Requirements. smiie sun playing over his face. "I intend to get into that electric chair, if I have to, and he said, in the last interview gained from him, before he entered the death cell in the penitentiary. Not once since the September af- ternoon when, in the stuffy court- room of the Chesterfield court house he heard his doom pronounced has he lost his nerve, so far as the pub- lic knows. When the supreme court declined to grant a new trial, H. C. Beattie, the gray-haired father, car- ried the word to his son. The elder man's grief was pathetic. Young Beattie, seemingly unmoved by the news, occupied himself with endeav- oring manfully to comfort his heart- broken parent. There is a quiet desperation in his manner. The wonderful hope and the very last minute during his trial government, moved that the writ of .is gone, and in its place is a deter-1 habeas corpus be quashed on the mination to endure whatever conies.; ground that the nine defendants had Still, he smiles. Only members of i not surrendered in open court but had _____________ his family have been admitted to see g0ne through the formality in the mar- i theory that drinking, smoking and him since he was placed in the pen-; shal's office. Sheeau contended that j swearing were the ruination of many FlPigy nElS nO fdCR. VVhftt "31'-. in the community. I Four years ago Charles D. millionaire promoter who used to GERRYMANDER FORCES HIT Ludlow Center and who had a and it exploded, the ciiarge lodging in his tlrigh. tearing away tiie flesh anxT muscles and grazing the froue. Am- jputation will not be- necessary. j Gilbert Kice, a farm hand employed [cm the farm of Charles D. Holtz, near Tiffin, went hunting with two sons of their visits he has always faced then? inhere bonds were surrendered and de- itentiary death chamber. Curing. the law specifically provided that i 'Vouns; men. provided a fund for the i >purchase of a handsome gold watch for any youth who reached his major- ity without thejse vices. wasn't prescribed by Rood as neces- cheerily. j fendants reported it should be in open His father and the others remain court and that because of this irregu- secure in the belief that he is in- iarity the; writ was void. This move nocent. surprised the defense and a recess was experienco of any ofj Abstinence from kissing climbing a fenca accidentally dis- I charged his rifle, the bullet striking him in the- right jaw.- -His -recovery is j doubtful as the bullet has not yet j been located. COLUMBUS, O., Nov. more! ,.The accident to Melvtn .T. Spitzler, mon Will Do But Argues For Session, "I believe in a young taken to permit them to prepare an sary in order to qualify for I COLUMBUS, O, Nov. IC.-Two more i -uejvm j sp.tzier, aattie declared. "I believe people j answer. Bennett did that of his own accord, arguments for a special session of the if he was Beattie get all that is them for their coming to! "The most far reaching and ini- sins when j .portant question in criminal juris- and modestly admitted, when the vil- legislature have been knocked out, to miles from Tiffin ismoving it from his may IUBUI i-ui iuw -pwuuu quesuou m criminal juris- lane yieauuei uab wailing uiiougu the dismav r.f SI-P losin" am they die. When I. meet my father prudence today and one in which the I the presentation ceremon.y. that non- Ol tQOSe ale n-h-, and brother there I want them to: American people are manifesting the kissing was one of his minor accorn- a chance to pass a gerrymander; Heva mtney, know I have always been truthful! deepest interest, is not whether offend- pllshments. bill. It has been shown that present; and Trent T h with them and have kept nothing j ers Of great wealth can be convicted, "It isn't hygienic in the first place." .laws will permit a presidential wonmW when .from, them. Do you beheve that If I but whether it is possible to bring he explained, "and I never cared any-' had done this thing I would dare j them to trial in the same way and tiling nbout kissins: any girl anyway: buggy souse' his confidence- that he expressed up to I refused to interfere in the ca.se. keep it from them, and then have! according to the same principles as in to face them some day after all of' the case of the ordinary law us had died and have them know that j said United States District Attorney I had I in. discussing the packers' Beattie's last chance for life van-1 case, ished yesterday when Governor'Mann "Did you ever make exceptions'to d.Il- ciui iliiam were utuu when Ernest Buswell, IS, so that no new legisla- j playfully pointed a rifle at them' aM this line is the trigger. The bullet pased R. M. Dittey, chairman i through the Whitney girl's Court Denies Motion. NEW YORK, Nov. Unites? States circuit court today handed down an order denying the motion of Felix H. Levy, attorney for the in- dependent tobacco manufacturers and dealers asking leave to intervene in he litigation involving the reorgani- zation, of the tobacco trust. dren's he was asked. "Never played or j "Never heard I emphatic reply. of the state tax comission, and close I cheek and then struck Irene Johnsoii nillnw to tlle governor, declares there is no j.in the forehead. The escape of botto p great need of doctoring the tax and iIittle froui death, was narrow. tl, m assessment laws. Patial blindness was the result of 'But if tbev'rV kiss laments for the special gerny- j hunting accident. Clifford Hill, that r maflder session will be presented to j 24- had tbe sight of one eye destroyed Gov. Harmon in the form of briefs when a he carried was dis- prepared by the committee selected to' accidentally while Hill- was appeal to the governor., climbing a fence. The accident hap- "I am sure I do not know what will pened near Oberlin, Hill was taken guiit has been pub- j Wall Street Puzzled by Scheme Pupils Are Taken From Cleve- lished, but the murder of the people continues more widespread than ever, which is contrary to the mind of the nation as one. Opinions of intelligent j foreigners agree that the al government inaugurated by the sovereign is not suitable for the pres- ent day China. You. should follow tne example of Yao and Shun. "If you immediately awake and as- sist to harmonize the people and treat .them on the principles of wisdom, justice and clemency, the people will secure to the imperial family peace and riches, honor and glory, not mere- ly give peace to the Manchus. Other- wise the v.'ar will be prolonged and he north- ern army is cruel and inhuman. 'How can the throne stand alone? We utter this last loyal warning." The legation made no acknowledg- ment of the receipt of the telegram and did not deliver it to the regent but unofficially permitted xuan Shi Kai to peruse it. Yuan Shi Kai ims accepted the pre- miership and will assume office prob- ably today Official Gazette container! sion of thanks from Yuan Shi Kai to the throne for his appointment, -but 1he truth is that, did not under- take the task without receiving guar- antees thai lie would have practically a free hand in "onductins affairs while he retained his official position. as Worked Out Under Su- preme Court Order. Yesterday's an expres- NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. land BuiWino in Order Down the Fire Escapes. Indictments Changs Rebating NEW YORK, Nov. dictments have been presented by the in- come of the petition of the majority of the democratic congressmen for a special session of'the legislature for to his home in Elyria. Mother and son were victims _ New Philadelphia. Mrs. William Swin- derman Gas Firms Want To In-V i any right to an re-d'istricting the said W L. IcernJai1 and her 13-year-old son Thorn- Finley, state oil inspector, and leader! 5s narrowly escaped death when shots. in the movement for redistricting at' Sre nunter in the rear of tha once, when asked what chance there iSwmderman home skinned the bofg was for the proposition. "What will i .hanf and tore a tuft of hair from tha Governor Harmon do? I do not know tbe mother. Mrs. Swinder- final act in CLEVELAND, Nov. hun- the dissolution of the j dred children were marched safely early to- accomplished Wednesday afternoon i wllen a fire was discovered in a and Wall street was agog until the I small portable room back of tne main building. 'Coolness on thb part of the teachers prevented a panic. Twenty-five second grade children were in the portable when the fire broke out. They 'were quickly march- charge of rebating." were issued today. Bench on a warrants statement was issued and then puz- zled. The board voted unanimously for a scheme of exchanging shares of the trust for shares of the thirty-four subsidiary companies which crease Price to Schools and Churches. suffering a severe nervous col- The matter is going to be put' up to" i a !'esult. (him at once. If there is a special ses-i Corbm, near Picpia wrand- sion it ought to be held mht s own best frjend when he ac-1 before the legislative chamber will be! shot John Bushnell. Tha demanded by the state men- w'i10 teen school chums, on-T-Aim-cj n ir convention. Such a session could con-; flufnert1 a flock of Monsrolian pheas- u., na- chlde all itg work jn OQe week the .ants, at wnieh Corbin shot. BushneH expense would be insignificant. Mem- Deceived the load from the shotgim. bers are paid anyhow. Onlv the em-''n The doctors hope tcj. today appli commission :d to the for permission utilites to raise f vr i Ploves would draw additional compeu-isave-tne le the price ot gas to public schools and i cd outside by the teache.. wliile tuted the combine declared to be n- scunded the alann. Before tne fi legal. By this exchange the great I department had tte. entire combine is split into thn-ty-four parts i school had marched doVn the flre es. and at least in the fiction of the thft street Jn of the land, these parts hereaiter are The fire was quickly extin- not to be interrelated. _ guished and classes resumed. The old holding Companies, whose ]t TaB apparent that the iorribie tentacles reached into every cranny disaster of a few rears ago at the of the globe, where petroleum and myriad byproducts are Most women have churches. The Tri-state Gas com- sation. a m-etty fair un-1 pany also wants to raise the price to appolated present derstanding of pol- domestic consumers from 25 to 30 cents per l.OflO cubic feet. The petitioners are the Wetzel Gas company the Ohio Valley Gas corn- :tics till their hus- oanfls-----start ex- plaining it to 'em. Forecast: Rain (Continued on Page Three.) range before separating Tuesday'for'WEDDED IN A HALF a time to call upon the governor, but! i understand that he pany and Wheeling Natural Gas com- from the west before the close- of The companies ask a flat rate of ar snow night or armer. late to-; cents for both churches and schools. Friday; the result of the conference wouiu be j and of conrfi? did not know that he j 'would be placed on the sub-committee. and Girl 3reet am! Decide to ry After Talkiug Three Jliantes. sold or H pro- children Temperature year ago, 36. Sun rigti- Fridi'v sets at. in.. Maximum wind vvnrrn many were l.'.i.l In tiu1 dnced, remains m name. H is the wbich the of fil-c' had Standard Oil Co., of New Jersey. 3et deeply in mjnds of D0th'chil.i But hereafter the functions of the clreil and teachers and that (hey had hours ending at noon today. 24 miles Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey are; Qeen carefully drilled to prevent any northwest, at Wednesday ev- n' to be confined strict'v to accident occurring again. I ening nerc. It will not be. as heretofore, one i _ of the world's greatest mr'.n'ii'n.r-rories j BISHOP A. i. SMITH DEAD J that ho will be employed "in one trc work of the special Stenhenson in- i J? vestisating committee until the open-' J1 Intl., Nov. isential to success in matrimony, Alpha Davis, 19. Indianapolis, PHILADELPHIA, Nov. ing of congress next month amfwe H' Bisel 40- isianuai-d time.: Wackey Smith, head of the have to fix the time for calling on to enter as thc >vorki's most velocity for 24' protestant Episcopal diocese of Penn- governor to suit his convenience. "The crying for the pay itlMllUi Million Left by Theatre Owner Kow Said to Amount to But pene and tbe, many and products of crude oil. It ui'acturins; and refining plants in Nev.-! (Jersey, Baltimore and or three; j other parts of the country. These it j i will Its old board of rlircc-1 'tors will remain intact, as stated by j one of its chief officers. John "Rockefeller will stay on the board. ?o will John D. Archibald. j The fractional parts of shares to be distributed such as to it sp'em at first glarce as though the Standard Oil people were trying to be fumy, but they in reality are ohfi-ing the eunrerae order lit- err'ly. For instance, the owner of a Fbare of Oil re-1 as a dividend. i of fi of New Ycrk Transit stock j Td other stocks in. lots j fid rovinrl'sb'o. lii9 owner of I of a share of Nation- i Co.. will have a i GARBAGE STREWN STREETS A MENACE TO NEW YORKrS HEALTH IN varied by-! owns man-1 STRIKE OF WHITE WINGS IN PROTEST AGAINST WORKING AT NIGH I crying neea tor tfie passage of a redistricting bill is in Cincinnati and Cleveland particularly in Cincin- nati whore tbe district lines in some cases bisect precincts. Such is tha I i-asc in the notorious ISth warn, the "Silver Moon" district, in which mnny l'nre1 t'Fir v.-] it or whft to nnrt of the division. nt to do with cl3.im as his the districts were made twentv their boundaries foilowpd prei-inct but by the making: of wards of some prcpincfs are in one district and the other parts in another district. The sa-nc conation exists in Cleveland though i not in such a notorious: district. (Continued on Page Two.) successful pair. It took thirty minutes for them to court and marry, "I'm glad to meet you. Miss saisi Bisel, as they were introduced: in the home of a friend. To avoid be- ing precipitate, Bisel talked thres nfiuutcs Davis before ro- riiarkln.tr that lie thought she ubot't. all "Lei's; got marripd." he suggested, si> they walked to the court housa PITTSBURGH, Nov. the estate of the late rf. Ji. Benuett, form- RI- owner of a theater isere, lias dwind- led down from to owing principally, it is said, to litiga- tion, was made known through papers prepared by local attorneys tu n. suit filed in Jersey City against the estate by Laura cue aciress ciaimer to be the of Be iliss Biifgar de.-ires to secure through a clause in the which awarded her an asnuit The answer prepared sets forth that she is 1101 entitled to anything, as 1'r.e will provided that any ber.eSciary who instituted a contest forfeited ibs' LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. i right to inherit. i of Governor Harmon and praise of j "Miss Bigjrar claims that this ciar.se Governor Foss. of Massachusetts, j doss not apply to her, as she has featured the editorial of Bryan's j rights as the widow of thr testator.! CommortfT issued today. Bryan as-1 In Uus connection, local attorneys pp-.-fs Harmon's presidential strength point oar that Miss liijrgar fs.il-ed shiftiug to I'ndprwood. who not' broken, arc- still bad and heans of sarba'ge in the streets have not yet. been moved. Police hpr attempt, to prove that she is Ben-Jin sympathy with thr s'iir-' are guarding drivers now employed. Mayor insists that the men who struck will not again be cni- nctt's widow. it of the day. j ployed, The arrows in the picture indicate piles of garbage and refuse which have accumulated. Governor Harmon Says Publio Business Shouid Be Run as Private, President Madero Sends Troops to Preserve Order and Will Crush Rebellion. MEXICO CITY. Nov. the wave of revolution that has menaced the welfare cf Mexico for UP past IS months now is added the threat of general strikes throughout ttu- coun- try. Economic conditions have been KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. plna for improvement in spirit and methods of conducting public bttsir.sss by tb> goverinnciit was made by Gov- ernor .ludson Harmon, of Ohio, in cu address bffore t're Trans-Mississippi. Congress. is said wo havo t'.x> much poM- tics in our business." he certainly have too little bus- iness in our It i? a reflection 01 the of we are so nroud t'vr many anJ costly enterprises by p" !ic agencies ?hon'.'' carried or. slit'-slvv! aur1. STRIKE. BREAKERS, j tar from gooci IM- some time past and that, with honorable ec-r i the general hard times pavticularly in here auti there wnu-ii shov.- th-1 'r-- Torreon ami San Luis Potcsi have pre- sibilities of improvt'tr.ent. what ctpitated strikes in these places. Troops by the government take--? 11 have been ordered to Torreon. A e- more and is worth than NKW YORK. N.. Y.. Nov. the strike of Hie drivers ot street cleaning wagons has practically Sport from there today states that the thing in private bands." I situation is bet-Dining mov? Mariero today veitcratod his statement that he would crusts the rybuliion. fiovernor John K n'ri-i. (inuiruiuvd forest serves. EWSPAPER   

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