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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SAN DUSKY j THE HOME PAPER STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 35 SUBSTITUTE Situation in China is Becoming Worse as Both Sides Lose Control of Masses. REBELS RESPONSIBLE ACCORDING TO REPORT They Demand Abdication of Throne and Premier Orders Imperial Nov. of a rumored massacre of foreigners at Js'iies Fu was re- ceived here today. The number of victims is not it is thought that if not of the foreigners in this section were English and Scandinavian 'Baptist missionaries. The rebels seem responsible for the massacre as they recently cap- W-ed the citv. It is feared this massacre will be followed by others. Fierce fighting is in progress at Han- kow. Reports of a massacre of French missionaries in Llos south of Chuen still lack con- firmation but the gravest fears are entertained. The actual of anti-foreign violence in China is caus- ing the deepest anxiety in govern- ment circles here. Not only is it 1 eared that the Hsien Fu outrage will he followed by murder of foreigners ail over but since it is dent that outside intervention can-1 not he longer the danger _ of frrcflmr the powers is im- minent. Further messages say there were about 25 Europeans at Shies Fu and an American physician. It is under- stood they were included in the mas- sacre. All foreigners have heen or- dered from the district. An uncon- firmed report says American marines have landed at Chi Su. SUITS ARE UPHELD Ui -j. P.- DROPS_CQLLECTION. Delinquent Lot Subscribers Lose Point When Demur- rer is Overruled. in cr PrcsitimJOEmreerelt's editorial attack on Taft's anti-trust policies an indication that the strea- lons one is himself asaia seeking presidential honors. NEW -Xov Pier- port Mor-an tripped in and to the spilled vouteiiis oi I'ue on which as piled higa tn money. f R F. junior former Seth Lew. a tryman. and clergymen quiekh at MOUTH'S and the his feet '.i''huu. be and arpnr- Mi'ly all quite the t.ilmest on i el. WILL AID COLLECTION OF SUM OVERDUE Has Thiee Fins Projects Vvhich Can Now Be Closed UP TO COUNO Mayor Would Restore Old Wat- er Works Plan and Perhaps Reinstate Cronenwett. KING IS MADE THE Denies He Had Anything To Do With lieved of Some In the controversy between Mayor Tne Sandusky Business Wen's association won a big victory in the announced by Judge Bernard F. Brough. of an- neunced in a test case. Judge Brough over-ruled a de- murrer of the defendant in the case of Business Men's associa- tion against A. C. and this according to that judgment can be taken against delinquent iot subscrib- ers unless an appeal is taken to tne higher courts- The collec- tion of all lot subscriptions according to Secretary J. C. enable the association to close up some big deals now ''We now have thre gilt-edge prop- ositions and haie been hesitating becau that we could not accept ail three our present said Secretary Hauser. the lot subscriptions wers generally paid up and we were given. proper we could close up all Rebels Demand Abdication. Nov. for the jlhrone's abdication are crowding up- on Premier Yuan Shi who doubt- less will be forced to make a decision within the week It seems to bea case of fight or ask the court to depart from the capital. Every suggestion for abdi- cation is accompanied by promises of protection and an ample pension. It is reported that the premier has ordered a renewed attack upon Han Yang and Wu-Chang. If this is true it signifies his choice. The situation in southern China is becoming more involved each day. The rejublicans apparently are de- termined to obtain their independence from the Manchu bul there are grave doubts of their ability to establish a stable government in time to avoid the consequences of contin- ued disorganization and the absence of revenue and a coherent adminis- tration. The local -organizations generally are preserving order. Shanghai is the center of business for the entire Yangste which is stagnant while the military onerations and Nankin are proceed- ing. The situation at Pekin has lif- tle influence on the rest of the coun- try. The power of Yuan Shi Kai's namp JsjwanjngjJificaiise it is believed that he deserted from the cause of the people. Anonymous letters have been received by Yuan Shi warning him that an attempt is to be made to assassinate him and the members of his family. The premier is con- stantly surrounded bv a fear- ing a bomb. The Manchu soldiers are terroriz- ing Chinese inhabitants of King-Chow. Twenty thousand of the people of King-Chow have fled. Rob- bers infest country and the peo- ple are being executed by the hun- dreds. Physicians Feared He Was Alive and Worked For Two Hours Without Reviving Him. N. Y.. Nov. sigh coming from the body of Pietro Fal- letta. one. of the trio of murderers ex- tuiUd here today gave to fuars the two shocks bad not killed GIVES ROOSEVEL7 THE CALL ON'ABSOLUTISM' Nov. the Sherman law to compel trust Qw Rofnrmori Ram. able interest was manifested today in heads to wear -felons' sees in ay nciui nieu uam resumption of the Stanley probe in- the editorial a plan to Mr. bler Have Stirred Up a Ser- ious Charge of Collusion. Nov. command- Ing officers of police will be placed on trial Tuesday as a result of the inves-j tigation of the civil service commis- sion now in progress. The men Inspector to the United States Steel in view of the developments of Taft and Mr. and main- 1 Lehrer and Chief Engineer San-j three propositions. The three are es- Monday saw the taWished concerns and now employ i of a fight in the new council over a 700 people. They have food reasons I probable by the administration I f0r -nishins to come I to annul the ordinance passed tvs mtii more definite'action is year by council abolishing the separ- details concerning the prooositions i ate position of water works superin- tendeiu aud combining the responsibil- ities of that office with the duties- of making the latter the propositions will nor be given out. One concern is established iu the east and is rated by the commercial agencies as having as- sets of -wishes to estafc- virtual head of the department at a a plant here which combined salary of per I -f j Ot Attempt tO Trade a sinu'e break- Engager King has ui.u ami Illiilll- n t i- rm i-s tains that the coionei will tne i Confession For 30 Day Res- week brought about by the editorial of 1 road to for a third term wi'-h Theodore Roosevelt and his probable the steel and congenially P1I6 VigOrOUSiV entry-into the race for president and sitting astride his ______________ the hot reply to his editoriel. made bv Representative of chairman of the house commit- tee on rules. Hullett Clinton of was summoned before the Stanley committee to testify as to the parr r nt PI I tT f John D. Rockefeller played in the af- Capt Plunkett and. Lieuts. Ambrose fai f t- M fa and Howard Thc.y will tried to- .__ Rallwa_ mmn'nv nTM th.' gether on chargqp of incompetency and permitting violations of the law by saloons and resorts. Chief of Jim McWeeny and other officials twfused in testimony by Harry Brolaskiw a former de- nied the charges and asserted that none of the accusations of connivance in vice affairs on the part of the po- lice beads was supported ly evidence. Inspector Nicholas Hunt of the cen- police division said he had em- ployed Brolaski an but denied that he had ever discussed po- lice affairs with him. Brolaski will be recalled this week. MOTHER ATTEMPTS TO SHOW SLAYEE INSANE em Railway company and the Lake Superior Consolidated Iron mines. Representative who recently announced proposed amendments to He quotes from the former dent's editorial the following reference to the Standard Oil and tobacco trust decisions of the supieme is contended thai in these recent decisions the supreme court so it and it had because con- gress had signally failed to do its duty by legislating. But where the legisla- tive body peisistentiy leaves open a Richmond. Xov. fath- been relieved of all responsibility inso- far as the -water works department is concerned. By this rumored it is pointed out that Xat now foreman in the water works would again be made superintendent and tha er of Henry Clay Beat today 'city engineer be relegated to the du- demed that his son would confess of that office alone. That this can slaying his wue in return for a re-j he accomplished by the prieve of 30 days. jf is seriously doubted bribe of the most infamous 'even though the mayor will have a re- that was ever made by mouth of j publican council with him. At least the suggestion is the product of n'one republican member of the new fiend and I do not believe for council is upon to Work any field which it is absolutely inipeiative minute that Sllch an has been such prosiam and his vote would be from the public standpoint to fill then the infuriated reply of all that would be required to defeat ________-i. i _ 1.1 '_ T-iPTirV Rpatf io Qr- -u-Kati ilin nlnn no possible blame attaches to the official or officials who step in because they cave and who then do the needed work in the interest of the ''This is absolutism lun Mr. Henry declares. in the history of America did any other man. now liv- ing or advocate such a miserable and rotten dextrine. The ad- herents of Alexander Hamilton should Henry when re- garding the report. Rev. Beniamin' and others Governor Mann not to young man to go to eternity without said Governor Mann. j tenderly take un his make due 'apology for his a novice in the TWO YEARS rlocu-ine of nnd remove his WO Privates and sacred urn to some and seques- iuch Ammunition Seized This Side of Border. employ 300 at the ia the auto- mobile business. It seeks a Sandusky site because it would be able to secure raw material and parts and hs- cause the plant would supply the cen- tral and western demand. It is not a new project and those who feaow of the concern are confident that it wold greatly increase its plant and tie num- ber of employes soon after being- start- ed here. The other while not so are well-established and hare ample capital. It is believed that the decision of Judge Brough will have the effect at bringing in payments for lots Tery rap- idly and that with the funds thus made deals can quickly be closed will mean. ac- fivity next and building of at least three new factories. with the growth of concerns already will make the Greater Saacusky project a real- ity. In bis letter to Clerk Judge Brough simply asked that Judge be requested to make the entry OB the Now the orean has turned a complete j court journal that the demurrer had somersault and is eating its own j been overruled in the case of the San- words. idusKy Business Men's association rhhl That Ensinfer Kins is made J against A. C. Close. Judge Brough the of old heard the several months aso. the plan. are imploring morning oigan i o the Jt instigated the tne affair puts the in another hole since fight upon Cronen- led to the latter's demo- and bitterly assailed accepting religion. storv that I have offered to' Director Bins and Lehrrr on trade a respite of HO days for a pon-'accouat of whuh fession is an falsehood to he of most natul'e- thine tuti-on -all legislative OUT cou- spot and way to the real Head of Brick Compaiij to has views. v eu ot Stuck Make The czar of Russia never dreamed of such the Caesars were strangers to it and the Spartans never got4a-tailing distamg-of-tr Sale. tration row was alleged Monday. When was made superintendent the vater works sur- Vi hose There are seven of these cases pending and H has been agreed that the one should 're a test. defendants claimed no legal liability under the cor VAV ______________ herein granted a congress of the i------- n I Tnited States.' Away with Mr. Roose- Bnck rrOteStS HlS innocence Ot away with 'legislative in the peniu-ntian today for ob- j courts' and 'legislative taininS property under faise pretpnc- A'n There is ro place for them in our mNrepn the financial public escftfit by .usurpers pure and j condition of IJK company to stock to forpier member of Mr. Roosevelt's attack on the tnbac- itne Vinnp-ota Ifsislnturc. co trust Mr Henry describes as a rific indictment of the the credins' 'was the regard f n r j c i' i. m MU Kins's fitness for position consideration Other suits are now council's ino'.e a popular one. even to be started In a letter to At- thnuah main intent may havejtorney Gecnga Ritte-r. been to take a crack at the mayor the rape'for the association sentPiired to_ two remouug Cronenwcrt from u Mutchler. president of the Moxaliala fating Neutrality Laws of This Country in The suggeptUin. to place exnen at the head of v- firs' in the Star-Journal and mn7. urn wntins the clerk today In- strurtinc him to lure a docket entry tvade demurrer in ri-se of tbe SandusKy Men's a house' Major United States j with four companies today captured tl-p plan n.li revolutionist two 50ion dynamite bombs. rounds of am- munition and 40 guif-. Advices sent to Governor Colquit that several hundred armed are in court of Xev ''It looks as if Rootwelt is rieht he 'and I sav 'Lav i Manna that him. Physicians worked for an hour after he was taken from the chair but tests srowed Tlie three were electrocut- ed within 19 minutes. The oiTcuniFtames surronnding the death of Falleita were fo pivsienous to to run'O'SJcr. that he placed srra1 s second time i-'srne. dead. This is df-nied by nedy. Att accumulation of a'r in ipan's escaned a physician was r-evfTrains i amnush on the American fide of the 'border awaiting oiders to attack Nuevo Laredo in the interest' of General An unconfirmed report says Reyes has disappeared anrl is believed to be going to tl'e revolutio'feiry army. Troop Third S. passed through San Antonio today enroute here. cording to Madero sympathizers the arrest of Bernardo Reyes on a charge of ronspiracv nipped the plot in the b-ul and no further trouble from this quarter is expected. Secret Nov. 'seivice men of both sovernmeuts r.re The spectacle a mother endeavoring along the border in seaSch to prove parental punishment visited or arms- Gennal Reyes gppea-pi Kiifore T pit- ed Commissioner Edwards today and gave bend of f xO'jO foi His j at ttrm of the federal upon her son when he was a had his was seen wbt-n Mrs. Krte E. Spciirer occupied the wit- ness stand in trial of Bertram G. ADJJ11KAL AS AUTHOE STIES IT ENGLAND IVKITKED OX ROCKS form Xov. 20- onto the rocks oi Point the two malted schooner Flenrv'' the ifp and of i the owner. frori OSIT Captain Pa.ier and tiio on 'be CIPW were an I hausted condnion upon i asamst Albert C. Ciose. as Klnz spumed 'o fit the-which was to me some ticia arlniinistration. --o it now ago. thrt I found it necessarj' to under advisement work here hi tuis county the of the I briefs -hat I have up uaTil this weelc. or'tiion that the petition ion upon the ail the al- a t t VI lli 1 jLJClLlltJll i -r 1 L 1 closed murdering Jills P.'srk'tone her house. c'imax th csive h'r 3r i'nd -w She sr uhiie engaged in f mother's testi- dcclprerl that tried com- ic hor own moth- fr.th anil hei id b'vn hopeiess- her upon j of the into the chanjbT j prpyr where ShermerhoT. was beins killed anti tians. I TP to me down trea in ns m- j nocence. It i- that the him an citi- -.en.'' State Troops Ordered Out. iTSTIX. Tc- Xov 'ft coirfrt-ation of Tnited 'o similar 10 the ''maneu- rh'i'n rook place spring i.'Q Grande may be ordered i Hri p tin-e wc.o current the pu'.ilieaticn of the i.'dp'1 of Go'.evnor Coini't thc er.-1 -re fcfp of the Texas be- has blamed rii l.i V. t'lll Yoik he a bo el that of ani- .l lid that out e 0 of it o 1 referendum law ity for v. a to Perry Centennial Commission Acquires Fourteen Acres at Put-in Bay. BOYS STOLE AUTO LAMPS FOR HOME ELECTRIC LIGHT POLICE ROUND UP THE GANG the the lime at night would diswvn' that his a n'iiiiwr ot electric wtn anl as many iii tjt-n'i'ih that lamps had b en stol- ky put out eomousiiou on For time no cl'ie bs and lucji autoisfs will DP i-et-nr vl the p iltce ca'iture'i Ohio a site of 14 Put-in for the VirLr.y Memor-al and the es- .oraring The cenreu- ji'.mveis-'i-j of the fauxous tic of'f.ake Kne m Tre.iS'irer S. M. Johannson of Put- i in en behalf of t're Ohio corn- Monday raid into the pro- jtate court of Ottawa covtity. at Port the sum of SM.SS3. the awarded by a jury ia tho court for the land in proeeeo'ings. This gives 1 tbe state of the land. Kind rurcbased. is located east Two of the men were found guilty of murder in easier. In the one Jad who the whole of Hotel Commodore and She raonpy The English public is curious police believe tluy broken This led tr. the of a naid will bp as follows. otr.cr deise woods the wolves to the bouicr by tomor- the failure of Louis Charles up a gar.pr for several nuniber of other and t.ie vecov- TO Mrs. for six Jpavins him an ho'ir in so'i-jrow.aighi for the of aid-ns former admiiai oi bis hal beon operating with suctvss._ _ cry of lamps. In each the- boys acres. Mrs. MTV A. tnde mortal federal gr.i-ernirent in enforcing majesty'.- channel to boy. it disrovered that had fitted up lights aud batteries in' wook. for six acres. RobMas Mm. his neck on a chopping- tie neut'ality laws. er while 'be third was Frank block him his hfad VotiM Schermarhorn. slater of 'be rut oft if heV.-nr disobevcr' Miss Schor- rrl fi'M'ly s'-rvvinir of the boy new book. Great i the small electric lamps on automo- tlwir rooms at home. They and for lot and b-jd been canebt in to iirmsp ty-.Miss R'j'-irtr-r. He nf- from trip ''oor t'v follow- I to ''show hig fare news that a in favor The book had been expected to biles could be 'operated by means of to have found tho Edith Davjs and JIary Lock- or General Bernardo thp aged tain some sensational j old storage the latter usual- Owing to tho vouth of the offend- shore of the Mexican it was not placed on sale at'lv secured from launches. As a re- thev wfro not regularly action taken Mondav meana 1 's IT- the time it was diui the j suit of lamps commenced to the poiicp blotter but were sivrn that work can be started antlali the sovcrnor'a pctivity wvprnan'nr had will j appear from A m.ichiue out ihe stdto tioops. iCOMji'-l Lord 10 it. lejoinc nib auto a shoit m in Lehrer neco. of i'l '.as for tie wrv is fhe   

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