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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE S ANDU S RY S TAR THE HOME PAPER FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 36 HELD AS INSTIGrATOE Kn OP NEW EEVOLUTION' Oh Chinese Rebels Sack City But Foreigners Are Not Molest- ed By Them. MANCHU PRINCESS IS SAID TO HAVE ELOPED Deserts Capital With Actor and Papers Speak of it As A Nov. 21 Tai Yuen Su has been sacked by Chinese rebels and is in ruins but the mis- sionaries are safe according to ca- ble here today. The town is in ths same province as Hsien where 25 European missionaries were killed. It is believed t he massacre was general in the prov- ince although directed particular- ly against Vie and for- eigners meeting death only inci- dentally. A WAS HIMSELF SLAIN President Watts Delivers An- nual Address at Opening of i Convention in the South. FINANCIERS PRESENT I REPRESENT BILLIONS CONFERS WITH HEARS KIM CHEEREDlfltf Banqueters At Youngstown Make Demonstration For Former President. GENERAL RAMON C AC JSPEAKERS VOICE NO APPROVAL OF TAFT Nov. i au-eres. of the Dominican republic. Qaffield Is CaUtiuliS Bill Sliiii- in the American if-gaiion iiaii hour after he was shot Tejrra .'iiiti Jaime Mote. jr.. who men pursued the president after shoot- j ins ineffectively ai first and found him i in a stable where their bullets monal- NEW Nov. jly wounded him. Oetaiis of the The guardians of fourteen billion good .sas-jination have been received here. Theodore rauier than American dollars the Ant he-I President Caceres' political career L-u is the popular Former Senator Aldrich in Explanation of Proposed i Currency van Says People Demand a New Nov. Auditor's Books Refute That Engineer King Official. MAYOR INSISTS THAT HE'LL MAKE CHANGE i Councilman Ohlemacher Saj j lijs Time To Produce Re- sults In Stopping Bernardo Reyes. The new revolution a'legerl to nave uaeum here the occasion be to juive began the 37th annual convention of American 'association. The feature of the parly session was lion of his cliou-o of the progivssive republicans tho killed President -Hereaux in ny i of northeastern Ohio and the Western which killing he avenged the execu- 1 Reserve for preshlen-' ial uomina- Me was a partisan been started bv Reyes in of General the flat endorsement by President F. 0. of Gen. Jimine-. V 'd the death of Presi- Nelson W. dent Hereau tion next year. forcibly indicated at. the twenty-fifth annual Ganield dde possible the sue-j banquet in the Elks' club here last to the new Ma I AIdrich's plan for a i cession of to the j night. de'-o ReVs who has Reserve association. Watts Caceres became minister of war in the i TherewasTiowordofiiraise.no always been iwoular with'the masses. to adopt the re- Jimhiez subsequently was cheei.ing fol. President Taft. Instead is under arresfat San Tex speaker voiced opposition m.jn. ii.- ___i..-.-__naa Premier Sees the End. Nov. Yuan Shi Kai is quoted today as having told close friends that lie believed the task of saving the Chinese throne is hope- lefs. Today's rumor that Hankow has teen captured by tho rebels lias added to the premier's belief that all be and it seems likely that should Nankin be taken the court will have to flee. Princess Lai SAN Nov. Prin- cess mother of the baby emperor of China and -wife of the prince re- has eloped with an Yung Shu according to Chinese news- papers. A number of newspapers published in China refer to disgrace that has come to the royal but only the Min Lu the largest newspaper published in gives the princess' name and pn account oi the elopement. The mother of the the pa- per says fell in love with the actor and corresponded with him for some time before the rebellion began. The paper draws the conclusion that the princess believed the Manchu cause was lost and decided to flee. The princess is said to have taken for- tune in jewels with her and to be living with in An actor and a barber are in the lowest of castes in China and Chinese here said today that the elopement of the princess was the greatest dis- grace that could come to the Manchu dynasty. DUNLAP REMAINS ON JOB Dr. Wiley Appoints a Phy- sician Friendly to Himself For Member. Nov. George P. McCahe of the department of agriculture is not likely to be sep- arated from bis present position un- der the reigning admi'nistration. The plan of reorganization of the hoard of of which Dr. Harvey Wiley is the has been submitted to President Taft since the executive returned from the west and is-said i.0 been tentatively ap- proved by him. The plan does not restore Solicitor JlcCabe to membership on the inspec- tion from which he resigned several weeks ago. Dr. P. L. Dirnlap who was said to be McCabe's chief aid in curtailing the power of Dr. Wiley and who was given a at the time McCabe will re- main on the The third mem- ber will be Dr. R. E. Doolittle of New who was selected by Dr. Wiley for the is accounted a sup- porter of the chief chemist Ers while in the United Sends Troops to American Bor- der to Meet Any Army Reyes May Bring. correct all the principal defects of cur present banking and currency sys- Practically every speaker who fol- lowed endorsed the Aldrich idea i as modified by the currency eomir.is- sion and this seemed to reflect the gea- eral sentiment of the bankers. i Sharply at 10 o'c.lnptt f.M r-iiliant assemblage of financial eap- j 12.275 banking in- was called to order. Most Rev. James H. archbish- op of New pronounced invo- cation. Mayor Martin Behrmann an-d R. M. president of the local clearing welcomed the .dele- Myron T. Herrick of responding. executive. Seated the head of the table was James It. Garfield. who had just returned from a conference with Col. Roosevelt. He Charges that Chief Engineer King was an ''exps'-s-.vs' tena'ent cf water mao'3. by Mayor Lehrer in newspaper in-' terviews. rot borna out by a comparison of the figures of the cost of operating the water works and filtration plants under Su- perintendent Cronerr-vett and Superintendent King. Figures ss- ccred Tuesday from Ve records in the city suditor's office show if under King's s-pervision the expanses were kept lower than when Cronenwett was superintendent. was one of the interesting de- of I In the annual addresss of the presi- MEXICO Nov. month of one month Reyes and then is the way the j Watts urged the bankers of the Americans are in j country to arouse public interest in They cannot see peace under the pres-1 monetary reform. He the ent rule and look for ultimate bankers and business who must ican intervention. j he the leaders in the movement suc- Orders to mobilize men in a i C6ed in keeping the question non-par- zone paralleling the northern and in linvincing the public he- dary were issued by the war a doubt of the intee- a J_T___________I WPOLIIICS was very guarded in i the fact that he made no pronounced declaration for and. at the j same did not convey the mes- sage that the strenuous o'ue would. not be a was considered most significant. i President William H. Taft and his' hisi but Wife Slayer WhO 1'S tO Die in the controversy lover the waiev works department. It 'followed nntirism of ilaynr JT.ehrer others by Councilman.. Chlemacher MonSaT evening. day Has Lost His Air of Jauntiness. Cincinnati Boss Announces That He Will No Longer Be Political Target. TO QUIT BUSINESS AT 60 Has Already Merged His Trust Company With the Provi- dent Trust Va. Nov. 21 The administration affairs'hart the Aether th's meant tb7oe- not a single defender in the list ot Henry Clay Beattie here I- ee appointed city i of and the friends of Sena- day was tested today and found in tor Robert M. LP Follette of Wiscon- sin were outnumbered ten to one. al- though Senator B. Clapp of at the bannuet. Wisconsin was one of the J. .T. Sullivan of forme'- readiness for its grim 'Jiuy. i3eattie of the water works ssid Mayor Tuesday. Asked would net he neperuis- iraon U'Irat do. Council had no right to cies- has lost the jauntiness which chav- j innate who shall bs in charge of -the acterized him during the trial and works. This is fluty of the seriousness of im ing death lias'service director. Wf want a -wstsr finally touched him. Most of his tima j works man at the '.sad of the is spent in prayer. j Throughout the day the report of a j Chief 't took charge oE confession became more the wsur works department August and despite the viciiencs of The Consequently only the thoritjes in seeking to prevent cunts for Ansust. Septeraber aad Oo First he. mentioned La nelvs from the death cell reaching tober are available for comparison Tnited States district led the stampeners to RooseveH in h's speech as toistmaster. Sullivnn aroused the as other sneaker did. partuient. The government is yet i r'ty the then its enactment skeptical concerning the inauguration j int9 law. will be an easy -acomplish- of the Reyes-Vasquesta i but should it be begun President Ma- 1 Watts repudiated the argument ot dero and his cabinet believe the army I the opponents of the Aldrich plan that take me at my word and if Fallette. then President Taft anil press became known that BeaUie. j with finally Roosevelt. much nearer a physical and mental i administration ot duties of super-... Utterance of the former president's collapse .than has been generally j hitp.nrtent. 'his cosiparujoa cha crowd know'n. It was learned today that j figures for the months of April. May. four-fifths of _. to its feet in a rlemonslratSon most Nov. 21-1 am frienr3s of President rjeattie has wr'ten a letter lof politics. I would be sufficient to check it. meant the of the control of targets are necessary I hope the people raft attemnted to create a in behalf and while there was and June under Cronenwett's term ct All these troops will be under the j the finances of the country into the other than I will be found. order of Gen. Geronimo Trevino with of a small group of bankers He f to retjre from bllsiness Wltllin two hope some I hope mention ort to his former office are taken. July is omitted be- demon- jn the writer warns his friend j cause of the heavy pumpage during'' utterly of the danE'ers of tho loose lifp he rf-jthe extreme hot spell of that moatlu mits le-d and attributes his j The comparative figures headquarters at but the chief of operations will be Gen. Guvi- nio now at in com- mand of men who are being held in that city as a result of the strike. The war department at Washington is moving with a degree of energy heretofore unknown in dealing with j Mexican affairs. Determined to stamp i out filibustering expeditions against Secretary of War Stimson has authorized Gen. com- manding the department of to enforce the neutrality laws with vigor. saifl that the individual to hold revised would shares years when I will be years This was the statement of Boss George B. Cox today following the merger cf his trust company with the Provident company. hall it of I avings Bank and Trust insisted a B. H. president cried. shall lead us in asked Sullivn.Ti. his speech. ''Taft. came the scattering response. be WPP tJip re- own wildnnss. to his April. May .'June JOHNSON FOR few. I of the will now head both j sM banks. j Issues a Si meut In Which He Favors a Direct Primary. With Cox's apparent withdrawal from Cincinnati affairs it was an- nounced today that an attempt of the j when he ro'.ild make it be v.ir enjrlo from i continued j Env-efnd this. i Nov. continued Hiram progressive republi- October...... Total....... The above works filtration plarif. j operation and services. Ksppuse5 King's three months are over 'less than the three 4.419.47 2.P.19.W 2.942.53 expenses for limes-Star owned by Charles P. j Taf t to road August Herrmann and I Rud' Hynicka out of the party is to lint if 1 unrtcrsmrul the nrevrnlinjr nf the ir v.-ould seem to mo t'lp'r are rnrn- cau caa-e out for Senator La Follette alollths on tne figures are glven ones for primary in a formal statement tab'R one LOS Nov. 21 A feeling I he resisted. are Cox lieuten- fn-r a faithfiM frionrt aid fn- that some sort of a hoodoo hovers j and fi-ire. who npri'n'.io lipiHif of over the J continued WASHINGTON. Nov. Dr. Wnl- tpr surseon genezaL. of today to cause veniremen to do their inmost to escape service. IMany have developed while McXa- himfrlf is snff froi'i Avhich he has be'en unable to shake off submit without a fight. The Times- Star today demanded that both men step out as party leaders. LAXG WILL BETIRE tfiH charge left here 'for New York on the way to take up cember 2 to r-boose his successor. TOLEDO. Nov. E. up- on return from New York an- ____nounced that he had ugn ident of the Toledo and Li-iht company. The directors will meet DP- United States marine hospital. early today in wbp.re he had been treated for a car- jhis new appointment as second secre- Frank R. of the Inter Ocean buncle. His serious illness had been j tary of the American embassy at Vi- Steel of is men- kept secret. i enna. i tioned as bis probable successor. Nov. is dying as the result of a pre- mature dynamite explosion when h.9 was blasting stumps. His right hand and leg were blown off and his body was otherwise mutilated. FAMOUS OLD 0 FAMERICAN WILL LEAD FLEETS OF NATIONS GH PANAMA CM ITS COMPLETION tho n n- v.ho true. vith M'f nrl-f- Says Three Men Stripped Her From Waist Down and Others Applied Tar. CENTER. Kan.. Nov. 21 Mary Cnamheriain the youns achool lencher told of being tarred featherrd today on the dur- ing the iriai of Jhroe of her assailanrs Kd. Ricord. she sr-i-1. drove her to tho spot V.-'UTP she was attacked. Three men her of her cloth- ins from the waiFt down a'EB applied jar -vhile others held hc-r. Then Ri- rord came from his hiding place and helped her Had it not for an occasional breaking in her voics. a slight tight- ening of her lins. as Miss Chamber- lain repeated details of the out- rage no one -would have sruessed that girl was relP.ting the story of her own Her demeanor was for the most fiart calm as she told he'- story in a voice that wss practically emotionless and only once tvhen describing the manner in which clothes wera torn from her did she Iten to break down. Through the efforts of Miss Wini- fred a California girl well ImoTvn in San Francisco and Wash- ington President Taft Secretary of the Navy Meyer have agreed to permit the the famous old battleship known the world over as the of the American to lead the fleets of the nations through the Pan- ama canal upon its in The scheme was originally Miss Hears'. She sent petitions all over the country in behalf cf the civic organizations througb-oiit the west took up the and the navy department was deluged by a flood of written requests ana reso- lutions. The was recently placed in commission after having been in drydock for nearly five The ship was practically rebuilt. triod and fmi' beats are in beat P of hnrnriTiifv tho foremast of thf Theo- dore P.oocevp1'' Sullivan deelpred iiie repiTMirnn anil can peonlp nre ip the uilwii liner ears of the of the TJnii- ed States demand for his recall from poTvnr a judge Tnft was Sullivan. a lawyer lie no su- perior. T say vi'Ii Borrow nnd RP nrcsi'icnt. has lived in oym cf that prinri- plc wh'f-h Hin st.ibility of all opinion. He has I'o1- the wish of tl-p Is fnr tn h-ivo the con- fidence nf bi- prvtv the than the prlora-'on nf He has fii'lnd to to the rle. nnd now r'lf to res-irmd to Sullivan drci.-i.rod for tlu'1 He Fnid believed in nrinPinies of the Sherman law. Imt insiste.-l that before business can co forwnrl with auv sort nf ronridc-nce it must ba i made nlniun7 to t'ro indus-'trial jnter- jepis of the neither rapii.ii nor h'l'or has cuufirience in il as it president ami a divert preside- i lie dec'nred that while a in the primary law of li'O'.1 gave party in powL-r full to send a solid La if it he would sacrifice politics to principle and that tbe ha-T tho rishr to name their cnoice for president. The governor pointed that. monfh when the bco'T No extvno-dinary expen-.- were during any of the- sis montbs. nriueor iiilih- of deiiartrise' cf il-.e bit hv him the1 responsir.. LOP the wat.cr nt .-'vny from him. one. puV-'V-aft-p rei'entiy inukste He is rresuimit Taft had favored San Fran- Kin.. ffet. for the Panrnia and Ruh'-er' Co's bra rid- rubber this fact might swiiu- voters of c-or rtcpartmeat for- that city in the Tu-osidfnfs favor. i.2 f00t. January of-' j this the board of iwliinh Mayor T.phrer and Server Binj- v-ere me'uhcrs. bemrM for the fire Sf- I of what is said to-'. ru- of r sui'l jwitii rvuiuii I foot off for A gets to the gets to understand a man and he jMts not to r by rig TV.nrviecl to oualiry coarrT per foot is Al'owincr 5 cents tne hoard of coiuroL. 'r cents per 5- a in tho tho Goryjrich Rubber Co.'s t of fhs reet tract ano r.l-e T-i'-'1 fpc- by'Eu- the declarsd lie Fair to- rr-nipera- j tin9 i I at. 7 a. m. one risns a. rr sc--ts i1- Standard lime vckviiy Tor cnew nz su'-'ipios or' both. that. City King .jre s.bout the. vrater works sys- on Page _____ hours onding at iiovn torUiy I Continued on northwest at Tiu-siiay rnorniup iCIRCUMSTAMTIAL EVIDENCE IN MURDER CASE IS STATE'S SOLE RELIANCE FOR COfJViCTION Slight Boost Of Valuation For One on at Low Figures. an Krie county jury tieud an ignorant foreigner to t'ar- electric cr.air on uur'-'iy evidence-'.' That is the in the Roc- co Klawetch murder whi.'h will btgin zuoiuiiig iu the com- mou pleas court. At fini it iooks as if tlis State has a pretty iase. Prcs- fcutor Han will have a witness to testify thai he saw the i his companion. Dominic S uil rlif ri'-h miglu have '.TC. Antonio tiei AutonU' Vbcario. have killed all of them. Sri- and Kiawptch might have clone horrible job separately. the .iiinber of possible of .iiili inipht easily be uoubJed. Tho will U'icr.vor to solve this prob- oti Although the intrcascJ valuai can Express crr-.i-iany in -rour.'.f f-oni to the laff ye-ar. -in of tlie re- probably The valuation 05 that Kiaivotch and the of .cross receipts subrcit- re- Selvas.sio were in a conspiracy ted by the4 ofUVials of the company declared they in iess moa-'i several hours after the deaths of the at -murdor to iu-conipiish thfir 'this year than last. ...Thf1 vaniRtiou I turning from the direction of the lake the other three men. and did three other and he wjij al- The prusoners had about in tfcicir the i'niied Co. so show ifcat the accused men left the possession when apprehended and fixed as the cornpsv.i- island suddenly and were found near with articles in their i trunks belonging to their dead ac- men. quaintances. So. according to the Prosecutor Hart will claim that this tht1 money was taken from the murdered from United States Jadsa Toledo. Attorney George W. for the Figures on express slate's theory of the Kclleys Island naturally does not care the re-.eived hy Crm-ty J- either one or two men killed make at this time his theory iditor Deist Tuesday i three other men. But how is the as to- how the deaths of the men National E.vpnvj Klawetch although he formed such 'VVeHs-Furjkfi stato going to show or or Ixsth ot a Jhcory. Fadiic Express NEWSPAPEB.F r
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