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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 37 BIG Stanley Probe Committee .In- vestigating Steel Corporation May Ask Explanation. IViERRITT TELLS HOW HE LOST FORTUNE Says King Him Out When He Refused To Do Nov. Fol- lowing the testimony of Merritt the ore prospector of Min- nesota before the steel committee today Chairman Stanley announc- ed he found it necessary to is- sue a subpoenae ordering John D. Rockefeller to submit to the committee certain documents bearing on his dealings in the ore fields. Merritt told of his experiences in dealing with Rock- efeller through dealing with Rev. F. T. the oil king's right hand man. told me how pious and hon- est Rockefeller said Merritt. Then he met 'Rockefeller seeking fi- nancial aid and the consolidated mine company was organized with Merritt in nominal control but Rockefeller really dominated. Later Merritt was frozen out entirely. Merritt said he refused to accept Rockefeller's scheme to freeze out his Minnesota Mends and was then told he must Ms-loans within 24 hours. could not see how it was that I had gone to Xew York with millions and lost them said Merritt. The story of the grizzled hack woodsman who gave his occupation as ''explorer'' was listened to intently by the committee members and specta- tors. told of his early strug- gles in crossing the Mesaba range. He carried a pack on his back and searched for finds of ore. In 1891 miners brought in nnd as- sistance was sought. Merritt saw Henry Clay Prick and of him did not treat me like a gentleman but bulldozed me and ridiculed the idea that there was any Rocke- feller's aid was then sought. The committee decided to later call in the great oil king and hear his side of the story but delayed it a few days. The transaction occurred during the panic of 1893 when Gates negotiated a loan of for who gave in securities for a call loan of which was foreclosed on him. He said he needed the money to extend the line into THiluth and build terminals. Ho said that the property was sold bv Rockefeller to t'if steel corporation for ami is now at preacher was serving the Lord and John D. com- mented Chairman amid gen- eral laughter. WE WANT TO OUR SHOPPING ON TRIAL FOR ACCUSED OF MURDER EOF A PI Women of London Attack Hali of House of Commons With Stones in Riot. POLICE ARRESTED 220 WHO REMAIN IN JAIL DELAY IN DIEGLE HEARING Court Granis Attorneys Right lo Ihresent Oral Argument in the Case- Further tle- lay in a tir.al decision in the case of Rodney J. senate sergeant-at- convicted of Senator L. R. tosolicit a was in- Biired v.'hen the supreme court grant- the rprjiiest of Diegle's attornois for preseiHuni an oral argument to ihe court. The case nibnitted first only by briefs. Xow lawyers will appear before the courr j in person. It is sa'.d that they hope thus to appeal to flip sympathy of i supreme court judges. The final je- cipion will probably not be handed i down for six months. SUE WEIGHT BROTHEKS AVis. Nov. Wright aviation promoters. defendants in damage suits rcsult- i from an accident at the state fair in Milwaukee. Sept. lf'10 Jlrs. John Lunch of Delavan and I Mrs John Bowcjrs of who i were struck bj the falling Hoxcy aero- demand damages in the sum ol each. Miss Maiy Olciham Accepts Her Sentence of 14 Days and Others Jurors in Patterson Case Say They Will Give Extreme Pen- alty if Deserved. Some Talesmen Objected TC Capital Others Had Opinions. ONLY ONE HAD READ NOTHING ABOUT CASE He Couldn't Read Or Write.. He Seems Xov. from their combat with the police and drow- sy from the of a night in 22u suffragettes were arraigned police court today tor jwsterday's raid on parliament. Miss Mary Old- ham was the lirst arraigned and sen- tenced to pay a fine oi or go to jail lor 14 days. She chose the jail sentence. The trials will pio- j bably cover several j Following disposuK-n of MISS ow-1 Vorys ..j Be Called Upon To tarn's case the court adopted a method ot graduating the prisoners' sentences j according to the extent of damage they were accused of having Where the damage exceeded the otienders were bound Build Up State Organi- zation. TURKEY WAR INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 20. Mayor Shank today commenced his whereby he hopes to obtain of the fowl for sale to residents of Indianap- olis at cost for Thanksgiving use. The mayor's scouting district to- day included the rural districts close to but tomor- row he will visit southern Indiana in his turkey quest. ertotlie court tor trial. QARFiELD GO TO SENATE Black eyes and scratched faces were numerous among the prisoners and some declared their entire bodres were j masses of bruises. charge that the police were under orders toTfandte j j them as brutally as possible by way of discouraging them. The leaders say they will do their utmost to create dis- I order m as outside of it. will refuse to the prison tendants will be there will be hunger the prison furniture a Nov. jury now be- Complete it is expected the opening statements of both the prosecution and defense will be completed this after- noon in the trial of Mrs. Gertrude Pat- terson for' the murder of her husband. Amid many uncertainties of the there is a growing conviction in Den- ver that Mrs. Patterson will never hang. If the state secures a convic- tion on the slight chaige of assault many believe the attorneys may con- sider they have scored a victory. Prosecutor Benson today completed h's opening statement and tne first witness was called. Benson said the- state would show Mrs. Patterson bor- rowed revolver with which her husband was slain and that after kill- ing him she hid the weapon under his body. Mrs. Pp.tterson appeared to rely ab- solutely upon the effect upon the jury the rebels believe they are supporting of her story that br- husband sold her the imperialists. Taking advantage tfte afternoon was not much It was apparent from the start thai the forming of opinions on the ca'-e. isrid prejudices njaiust ptroislv ment would make slow and tedious the work of selecting a juuy. Two of the men examined in the morning were excused by the defense becaus'e they had decided ideas on the cniss- tion of the guilt or innocence of the and four others lost Ji chance to sit on the jury because they did favor the taking ot hu- man lite by legal process. Xone the formalities was lack- It io With Wai lo lo Iorce me Sovel'umeul- oy tne boldness 01 the attacu made np- _ng to make impressive the opening IS. VVIUI Vdl- surrender. 'on the president at the Garfleid ban- of the trial. The thirty-eight i he anosts resulte'd from tbs cnr incirio thp mi1 Enthusiasts Fix the Slate Including Sullivan Nov. Taft will be smashed and every method re- republicans at the capital were dazed sorted to to force the government to by the boldness of the attack made np- attorneys hotiy every and prospective jury-- men being disquiiified in quick fashion Wednesday the f.rst degree murder trial of Rooco charged with the kill- Ing of Antonio at Kel- lers September aegan in the common pleas court. Pros- pects were for a long and expen- sive criminal heanng. When cm adjournment was takea shortly before neon eight talesmen had been examined. Sis of thera had been excused for and the other two were in the jury sub- ject to peremptory challenges from either stats or defense. Progress in uables Belonging to Par- ents Of One. JU quet at Youngstown Monday night bers of the venire jsed assault upon parliament when the i and particularly by the speech of John committee of the suffragettes was re- j Sullivant but ncme of ihe more fused admittance to the hall Prior portant advocates of tlla administra- te the attack they held a meeting and tkm v-c make any utterance for The Sandusky police were asked Passed resolutions condemning Minis- publication regarding it. Asquitli for refusing to father a hill tlo not car to m k any Stat I Vorvs who was it Feeling is Intense on Part of Both Imperialists and Rebels in Chinese War. Wednesday afternoon to help locate vory8 wm Wils Pearl Zimmerman and Jessie were cailed for to perform the head of the Taft movement in Ohio two young girls from Huron who are and many responded but 50 were three years when asked for a alleged to have taken money and oth- accepted to deliver the message. j counter statement to the Sullivan er articles belonging to the Francis The Prevented them from en- speech. until I ge back into girl's and so it is be- had intentions of running away from parliament square by the police i from home. _ Neither girl is more than crowd of men and i on Vorys has steadily declined for two years to be interviewed claiming that for to Emil of of the prevailing confusion bandits are I Mr- Francis is a car employed smashed were the offices of the Daily Taft republicans here were inclined to Special Prosecutor I raiding even large towns and country.111 tlle w- L. E. yards at jjiail and Somerset on the charge that it was in a large measure Is preparing to fight that story with the letters the 'Charles A. Pat- wrote to his brother just be- for the tragedy. One letter wife has been asking me 10 come home at once and declaring she would withdraw her divorce suit if I travel is attended with the utmost per- il on account of them. PEKIN. Nov. Manchus are fostering an anti-foreign propoganda. did so I told her of my intention of outbreak against alien residents is of ioTv in rhiraen. She i regarded today as imminent. Messages state conditions going after that Jew in Chicago. She Re om are SHOT IViAN WHO STOLE and formed a background against tha south side of the court room. When- ever one was passed for he took his seat in the jury box on the oppo- site side of the rqom. With copies of grand jury and voluminous Prosecuting Attorney and his At- torney George C. Beis. sat at one the tables. At the other was Attorney George W. representing- the de- for whose good or ill the whole dramatic scene was set. Looking straight ahead at the court with an emotionless the little Italian was actually the most insignifi- cant person in the room. At times the small crowd present seemed to for- get the very existence of the defead- whose inability to speak the Eng- lish language made him an absolute nonentity in 'the conduct of the pro- ceedings. Talesmen were summoned in the morning with the following _______...... ___ _________ ___ _______ ____ W. H. Margaretta the where windows of much need for hi I to caPita5 ex- 1 the Charles capital punish- ment. cxciiiiHj by the J. B. passed for F. B. south side of the Strand. The Jatter a case of sour grapes Mr. Sulli- passed for W. L building contains public offices. van. who wanted a third term as U. S. i opposed to capital punishment. The district attorney for northern Ohio and challenged by .L.H Parkpr of. was turned down by President Taft. i near expressed an s f i women. followed by a gang of hood- 1 is Out of politics. It will be recalled At first it was thought the girls had lums through Whitehall that there was some of rela- slashing windows systematically with tions between him and the president for Sandusky and the local police i stones. were on the look-out but no trace i It was apparent that the women the election of Mr. Taft. follow- Mr B itch cook to I on i i H.M vim i- no uuiv. u. j _j i c V ilLlun U' IVir JQ.llvtH-'Jl'lv lv Xov. could be found of the girls when the desired to be arrested and were lhe and indeed precedes the feeling is intensifying daily all over car arrived here. Later it was i accommodated Several chained them- election when net Vorys China and is reported especialy bitter learned that the girls had been seen'seives to the railings in was placed in chanre of the national in Honan province today. Alien resi- in the country near Huron and Mar- r Square and the police had to file the' dents of the province are fleeing to- shal Frey expected to apprehend them chains to get thpm away ward the treaty ports but is is feared tefore evening _ No reason is They extended their It roVkVIsJhourfr'tneTe'Tas' as they may not all reach the coast in signed for the girls-leaving safety. The imperialists suspect eigners of revolutionary sympathy But theie is no doubt that Vorys is still for Taft Nov. then turned their attention to stoning parliament and near-by buildings. Hundreds of win- dows were not alone in tne in the woods with the six months J government offices but in nearby Troops for Border. SAX Nov. Perry and Mrs. pant'ev -were over- swore she would kilf me if I as she claimed it all her fault. She Desperate. swears that if I fight him she will perjure her very soul to save This letter is signed Patter- snn'q nickname. Wlth forage and _........._._ Business men of Denver are willing davs troops Third U. S. cavalry left j the w'as'killed to vote as jurors for the hanging of a today for the there to aid 1 and Green wounded if her should deserve Troop I of the same regiment in pat- j the extreme y. I rolling the frontier and preventing a So general was the declaration by possible anti-Madero uprising on this prospective jurors that they would side of the act in tiie case of a woman exactly j One thing and challenged bj the defense. that is that the Taft min will get busy Only one of tht- prospective jnrjmcn in Ohio soon. president is not go- i examined Wednesday had uo-t ing to yield his own state without a accounts of case in the bride of T. H. Pantley. whom he j residences. The situation grew so and a fight will is alleged to have decoyed away from menacing after the window smashing C. P. Perry a fruit grower. begun that police reserves were i killed by the angry and the j called out and as they eamo dashing girl's T. W. Green. upon the scene in patrol the ho provisions for 30 taken Lake In T .Q I i as they would in the case of a man'irii rn i miuo under the same circumstances LIUN5 both prosecution and defense were surprised. Cleveland 5Tan Said to Harp Had Great Man after man declared that he believed that man and woman should Snccess in Hunting Big I8l BUni be pqual before the law and near'y all those who said they had no con- scientious scruples against punishment added that they woti'd. if murder Game. crowd scattered. Inside half an hour j The demonstration was not as large those of last The daiua'gp i to property was and i number of arrests establishes aj new record. Cannon Row station in j I was with 'ers and the policp were occupied for1 hours in making ihnrzos actiinst Anionc those a i rested weiv Mrs. who is joint editor ot the Votes for Women. Laflv Con- I sti'npf Lytton. sifter of Lord on Page necessary to i and there was reason i couldn't read or wnte The state ha-i ifour peremptory and the aiound some the defwis.-- sixteen The state won ar leos-i a viftoiy bcfote the examination for jurymt-n began AUornej for rnised point that statp must oioct to try the case under flu1 count for murder or for murder in the commie-ion of rob- The court ruled that_a verdict of gnilty could be reached under eith -r count. exrvxl ike land the Hon. Xov. 22 Raincy Editor of the Wireless To Brother That r Evelina Hpver- 1 on baH. chosen as inrors m a murder Of who left this on I _. vote as readilv for the hanging of for a three vear hunting i There IS NO Danger. woman as for the hansrnp of a COT- his lion in Africa ._____________ if the evidence should justify the now turn his attention to big game in India. Borneo and the Malay archipelago. death penalty. NEW Xov. Ham- burg American steamship Prinz Jba- j HARMON OUT HUNTING FOUND GOOD Some men seem to think doin' then- country a mighty big favor by H'. ing in it. on 111 AHTrs MU i U Xnv Temperature Governor year Increas- ing cloudings fol- lowed by or j snow late tunicht or warmer. jSandusky Company Bidder at 7 a. m.. oae i nRIVPR In a cablesram from on whkh William Jennings Brv- _ UnlVtn he reports having bagged twenty-bix i his wife and -randan lohn Harmn tori1v from a sun ihursdaj at a. m and wiit dim frip in Guern.ev was at p. m. timpK iiing liors on a smgie day's hunt. Fremont Street and Com- mercial Franchise. Fredericks Alleged To Be At Loggerheads- With Detective in McNamara Case. Han ard Stock Overcome in Barn From Ccntrar'v to'prodiction of i PffDgers' on the rorks i enthusiastic over eood ro'mfry dm- Maximum wind velo-.ty for 21 homa .uau hunters Rniney achieved Ol near Santa Domiu- he had par-akeu of nnc'- ondnig af noon t'MU'v. i. miles nortb- Exlwiist of Eneinc. his greatest success by the use of early today according to wireless of the weight of Ins eame at one o'clock Tuesday after- a park of half bred mastiffs which messages. ho carefully evaded. cocn. raced the lions fearlessly. The wireless reports say ______ _ j the passengers are in no immediate i danger but help was summoned. Sev- FIXDLAY. Xov. vessels started to the rescue and made to off ANGELES. Xov. JfcNairaro be acquilted hsre for aKewri of the T.os Angfles thr will be- at the riror of 'srllvc V.liiir.ir. Burn5 1 et1'.'vn Burns and Pross- ior Fredericks because t' e lat'er iis the dctort-vc has of the si ate in interviews and 'zazin.- ie.-un. F f t'll McNanaara be ai'le to a cornplelf riiuis is s-iid to be piquecl because 'lave not been riie dec'ore. Burns .'.sited to p -v up a country wide con- spiracy. ccn- that this was the is- s'jp as the only thing to consider was r-hether MoNamara connected rith tiie Times pifent of the Ean Claire explosion of dynamite. His right arm the passengers. Bryan was on his way i- woe 'mmd dfid in thp and were torn off atlfl he TOS to visit his daughter. Mrs. Ruth Levitt. K tvas iound dead in tne thrown fjfv feet into the air. i at Kingston EAF CLAIRE. Wis.. Nov. 22. Bavaird. chauffeur for W. K. i died from injuries received in an j preparations j Co I tional bank J Coffin barn her0. I Death was caused by gas from the exhaust on an automobile. 'two e chickens in barn also were kilXH by Bavaird kneeling and leaning np aga'nst s wheel of the bern rngasfd in pumping up a j tiro when overconre. j i Samana island is an uninhabitable i rock about a mi'f vicle and eisbt j miles long. The vessel went ashore- at o'clock morning. Marine men assert that to strike this rock the Joachin must have been about ELKS START WORK TO SECURE A FINE HOME considerably set r Tuesiirr-. uhcn a a-'ii Tower of Sand isky. and F W general m i- ar.d IItrry Rimmelspachc.'V aaent of the I.al'e s'Tnini'tcd bids fo'- a frai'Sn-' for and eomiaerci '1 Tiie bids y lo.vsr those of the Fremont which now furnishes the curivtit. An injunction has hpcn p'r Eandusky at a large ap-'i teemed Leading Knight J. i venting th-3 entering into a ecu- thusiastic meeting Tuesday evening. Esteemed Loyal Knight Emii tract at pvrsent. but il was held th-t i win i Esteemed this did not sircvoiu the miles out of her course. Tne took steps it is belied. A_ r. It K possible-11 bids wi'l M roc-awurf rery dangerous and'in the near future result in the ac-1 j. Krupi.. II. Rpinhart.l reiocted ai.-l Vw specificaiions PJ- HUST SCRI3BIAGE NEW PHILADELPHIA. 0.. Nov. 22. is voided by sailors. Later wireieso of a finc Iodge homo and' Charles L. Geor reports the vessel was in a J. vertiscd. RICHMOND. Xov. Clav Beatrie this afternoon iss'ied E. L. pssistant to statemer-- fhroua'h the Rev T T. President Thompson of Lafay- j saying be was ready to that he had ctte injured in j accepted religion and a footbalf scrimmage with ifor the end. is better to die now' Sryan Quiets Fears. LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. ire- The present for all nisbt The Ynryan farapar.v e from to a year tor diiferct- types of HIT and for coir.rr.- In preparation for the appoint-r upon M. R. Herb and L. H. Hal current the HUP bid was tt ment special committee of this city. District Deputy Grand I People's comsiany bid f-ir .T four principal officers This alted Ruler E. R. Milior. of Youngs- was present atsd highly Com- lighfs ranged ftom ST2 to and for commercial cnrr.Tt cents per This One of the stepped on tne i than have my father suffer 30 less message to Charles W. Brvsft to-j of the was this _ professor's Wacljrning his he said. Arrangements TV n- nay from W. J. Bryan i v.-hich will at once besir. phir.eni.ed tn- auu orarers. i several sashes on his head.'tcade the burial oi Boattie ueside'grounded mile from shore. i its fa made up as Lunch was served m the chib bid icr ornamental lights and badly bruising him JLis wife. Xo i Exalted Ruler James A. the conclusion of tise session. jtlie sectioa. lEWSPAFERf   

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