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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               E SECTION ONE ULY TWENTY-FOUR SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE SANDUSKY MERCHANTS ARE AT YOUR SERVICED 20-PAGES THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 39 Buyers Plan to Fly Over Pe- kin and Nankin Dropping k Bombs on Cities. REPRESENTATIVES OF REVOLUTIONISTS GET 13 Rebels Expect To Ask Foreign Countries to Recognize the Republic NOT IS THE TRAGIC FIGURE ON THIS DAY WHEN HENRY BEATTIE DIES Nov. of 13 aeroplanes being purchased by Chinese rebels in country were ordered in Cleveland today. The rebels plan to sail a fleet of aeroplanes over Pekin dropping bombs upon the city. Moi of and Roy are negotiating the pur- chases. Wilcox will go to China as an Instructor. Roy of will go to San Francisco at once and ar- range for the shipment of the aero- planes to China. Moi of negotiated for the purchase of the ma- chines here and says it is the plan to have the thirteen aeroplanes fly over Pekin and Nankin dropping bombs upon the towns. The three machines purchased hare were built by an ama- teur but along the lines of a Curtiss plane. The seats work on hinges so _tliat if one of the three operators is killed he may be dropped to the ground. Forts are Taken. FRA-NClSCOr-Nov. revolutionary troops captured one oi the forts on Chun Shan near Nan- Jjjng. after several hours' desperate according to a cablegram re- ceived here from Shanghai by the Chinese Free Press. The forts are outposts situated a few miles from Nankin. The dispatch said that the revolu- tionary military committee had an- nounced that the massacres in Shensi were committed by mobs composed mostly of Manchus and not the revolutionist soldiers. Dr. Wu Ting Fang and others are working on a which will be issued asking all na- tions to recognize the ac- cording to a Shanghai dispatch re ceived by the Chinese daily papers. CLASS FIGHT CHAPEL Ohio Sortliern Students Break Up Fnruitnre and Hare Parade Through the Streets. Nov. 24. With a view to- ward showing their class strength su- 230 engineering students at the Ohio Northern university made an as- sault upon other students in the chapel. The pharmacy and law students were driven from their seats and for twenty minutes the interior of the chapel was the scene of a general melee which threatened to wreck the place. Benches and furniture wer-e broken and many black syes resulted. After routing all other the engineers marched single file through the entering nearly every business place by one door and march- panging business to be TTTT CONFESSING PHlnQ Tfl PHATP L uUlS5 IU UXmllx Henry Clay Admits Killing His Girl Bride And Says He Wants to nd Right With God And As He Walks to Death. SIGNED CONFESSION TELLS OF GUILT. Nov. .1. J. Fix this afternoon announced the confession of Heary Clay in whuh the executed murderer in a signed statement said to stand right before God and man I confess my guilt to the ciime charged against The statement ttuu though ninny things published were not true the awful fact with its harrowing details YOUNG WOMAN LEADS SUFFRAGETTES' WAE Nov. custom he was sent to the chair witih- paid for life when Henry Clay out breakfast. The guards were ner- Beattie. jr.. was shocked to death in vous but each with his work to do the electric chair in Virginia state quickly adjusted the straps. A hand Leattie. the Nov. day Henry Clay died. Throughout Virginia there is little sympathy for thp ynnng -man NEW Nov. sentence of not raope than eight years and eight months and not less than four years and eight months was imposed today upon W. J. former trustee of the Carnegie trust company who was convicted last Monday of the of the funds convicted of having brutally mur- dered his that he might revel more securely in the sordid-affec- tions of a creature whose soul he himself had helped to steep in from her very girlhood. There is no sympathy for. but there is a world of it for the white- haired who is planning to go away from the state where his respected name has been disgraced just as soon as the grim chap- ter in this tragedy of his life has been written. With his and his other he will go to never to return. They probably .will make their .home in one of the suburbs of the 'national departing froni Richmond just as soon as they can obtain young Seattle's body and have it cremated and the ashes buried beside his dead wife. 'H.. C. is the tragic picture in this celebrated that excited the interest of a na- tion. Prom a haughty of fearless of looking the world straight .in the face and upholding the honor of his old he has changed to a hopeless fig- ure. transformation is com- plete. A sham'.'e has replaced the old elastic tread. He moves along most of the time with his head bowed. Friends and ac- quaintances bow to him or speak in passing and he hears them not. He has aged ten years in as many weeks. penitentiary here. There i IK'if at ion of a physi- cal or men weakness as he strode into the death took his place in the elec- tric nnd sat nuiet as the straps were adjusted. Su-rHntfndent i was seen to move toward the switch. A little thread of white smoke rose from the death cap and the limbs and body of dying man twisted in the ut- most tension and then crimpled as the curreni was shut off. Out in the drizzling rain a morbid crowd await- waived his hand after the black ed the news and then departed. None had been the curreni waa i of the Beattie family was near the turned on and at Beattie was penitentiary but the body was imme- pronotmced dead. A crowd surrounded the neniten tiary this morning and only dispersed when it was announced that the exe- diately prepared for burial. Douglass brother of the dead man called at the penitentiary soon after the execution and claimed cution was over. Beattie slept sound- ly throughout the night and was awakened by his spiritual advisers. The execution took just three minutes from the time Beattie stepped j ft on thg lonely Mid. lothian turnpike with the blood- the body. Funeral services will be held tonight or tomorrow. Four months on a dark July Beattie returned- Dr. .the prison cian announced it was all over. Beat- tie did not falter as he marched be- tween the guards to the chair. He shook hands with the two took from the hands of Rev. Fix his bible and began the march. The death chamber was in darkness save for the lights above the chair and near the switchboard. Twelve wit- nesses sat in the darkened recesses stained body of his wife held close to i his side in his auto. But an hour be- e had left the home of i Thomas Owen. There' suffra Qpportunities Here Need Pre- sentment To Business Men of The Country. MOVEMENT STARTED TO SECURE PUBLICITY Wide Field Is Open And Small Expenditure Would Ac- complish Coincident with the movement for a Sandusky celebration in con- nection with the Perry's Victory centennial at Put-in Bay in and the encouragement given the Business Men s association by the decision of Judge Srough in the j lot subscription a move- I ment is r.ow under way looking toward ij'ie suitable advertising of i Sandusky's advantages in the be- i lief that such advertising will re- i suit in the location here of new i industries. This plan haf bjcn foiiow-iii with j success a uiuubt-r of soiuh-vm cities. Advertising iu the j has prove a j these bringing in hundreds i inquiries irom aieu and which could not otherwise '02 secured. present the only publicity of a kind which the city has is that through the local papers undjrom bili- -bonr'lV along the The expenditure of a few thousand do't- under the direction oi' an expert of the room. but smiling. Seattle was ashen pale Following the prison the body of the dead woman was tak- in London en. and there Beattie told a story of Premier Ascruith. The trouble re- a bearded highwayman who held up suited from this attitude of the his machine in the after the UllUCl LUC ttJLl b Miss Christabel one of j advertising would carry the of England's stOry of Sandusky's alvantages ail 1 fin rtinw rnn iv Q war _ and even to foreign agamst i jn SUppOrj- Of jnig a. when a delegation of known citizen who is interested In the-- the city sends to the u- j tt- 1. i Star-Journal the following communi- to had nearly run him down. Beattie i getles tried to obtain from him a eation wWch shoiM bg of iBtergst to John D. Says Instead He In- creased the Amount and Extended Time. said that when he started his auto to i pledge that he would support an run away from the bearded equal suffrage bill in parliament. He who was armed with a shotgun the not only but told them he man fired at the JW.'s. was opposed to granting the right of Beattie. .franchise to women. While the family of the dead mourned her death at home. police and private de- tectives scoured the neighborhood for traces of the bearded' highwayman. The blood soaked auto in which had carried his wife's body was pressed into service and Beattie him-1 self ran gruesome vehicle up and down the Midlothian turnpike through the night. Just as dawn on July Lu- ther L. Chesapeake and Ohio Very SlOW PfOgreSS IS Beintj 'Simply for the want of On looking over our beautiful city and seeing the vast opportunities has to present to any live I- it is my duty as a citizen to lay 7 j this before our people. Could you wish a more-beautiful healthier place to spend your life Can you find a more- I trally located Could you find a j inore quiet and law abiding These are a few questions to ask ycmr- self. Sandnsky is standing -with stretched arms offering that many cities have not to offer. has this not been grasped along PAID SHARE FOR STOCK Them in Securing Murder Trial Jury. Oil King Says He A Year to Buy Back Their I railroad brought into the case I by the reached the scene i of this crime with a brace of blooB- hounds. Then the first suspicion of Beattie himself took root. The blood- hounds circled wide about the place through the woods and but baying loudly they invariably re- _______________ turned to the where Beattie de- clared his auto stood when his wife Little ChailCe NOW TO COITl- was shot. A short time later a ne- gro found a single-barreled identified by Beattie as the NEARLY HUNDRED CALLED suspended at each place until the pro- cession passed. NEW Nov. in I toto the story told by the Merritt bro- FACTS IN BEATTIE CASE -'i thers before the Stanley probe commit- tee investigating the steel John D. Rockefeller issued a statement from on Page Many Were Anxious. plete Before Next Pro- OHIO MINERS MAY STRIKE Clay Beat- company. i the headquarters of the Standard arrested. August Demand a Raise of Fire Ci-uis a Ton For Mining in Eastern District. Chesterfield Court House I This did not de- That there was great interest in .y in the Beattie case was indicated by the number of tele- phone calls that came to the Star- September Verdict of Beattie sentenced to death. November 1911 Death sen- tence executed. Oil uiag- thP the electri- cution had taken lace and th nate and his chief almoner. Rev. Frank formation was given to all who Despite the fact that a careful ex- amination was made into the qualifi- cations of twenty-one men as jurors in the Klawetch murder case Friday morning in the common pleas no progress was made towards pick- ing out the twelve men who will de- cide the fate of the little Italian. All but one of the persons summon- Isn't it true that Sandusfey has the. best of shipping facilities both by land and We have a right to boast of our street and interurban. lines. Now why should any of.ns wish to go elsewhere when we such opportunities at The ter has made many trips to the important cities and country places the United States but has beeu to find even one city that has thing like Sandusky has to all we need is to do Sparacus Awafcea this long sleep we have had aad. and acquaint ourselves with what Sanduslcy has to offer and let our neighbors feast on the fruit have so ions left the Now will we leave this fruit' hanaring to rlecay or will advise- outside world that we have more we can care for and must have sharing with them that which has soc been left T. as well as J. Pierpont Mor- several of whom were w ed excused for Tne To1.n4- _ V til Ci C i rvni fifr itiTfrneiTi Cardinals Designate Will Then Meet The Pope and Thurs- day Receive Red Hat. ROME. Nov. Cardinals 'Designate J. M. Farley and D. Fal- conio arrived in Rome they were en- thusiastically met by a large number of people. A large crowd of ecclesiastics as- the station and and kissed the rings of the American prel- while many travelers and other persons about the station joined in emphasizing the cordiality of the re- ception. A characteristic note was given to the occasion by some of the clerical suite carrying rolled American flags bound with white and yellow the papal colors. Msgr. Farley was receded by Cardi- nal Merry Del to whom lie spoke in acknowledgment of what he called the generous and no- ble recognition of America'' in the se- lection of nsw He added that American Protestants as well RS Catholics hacl shown enthusiasm over the as was proved by more toan 2.000 messages received all claRS- es .and the monster send-off given to him when he left New Ycrs. During the usual napal audience. Cardinal Merry Del Val foirsnunirated to the pope the arrival of thn dinals-delesate. and informed Mm of the cordial reception that had been accorded to them everywhere. The pope was aud said he was looking forward to receiving them soon. The secret consistory will be held on Monday and the. public con- sistory will follow'on Thursday. 'At the secret cfonsistory only the pope and the resident in Rome are present. At the consistory three days the ceremony is pinch tlip new cardinals re- ceJvJng' their rrd hats from the pope. NEW Nov. 24. strike in district No. 6 of the I United Mine Workers of in- i eluding the mines in eastern is predicted if the operators refuse the miners' demand of a ton for mining when the present scale of 95 cents a ton expires next April. Operators say they will not grant the 1 increase. They declare that the de- mand for domestic coal DOW is so small they are not making money and could be closed j -jav bv a boiler in the Bib- loss than they could oe workeu with a n k mill llcre. a ton scale tn pflect. to tell what they know about the transactions by which the Merritt men. One minister was an early inquirer. Many apparently bad questioning of prospective jurymen has proceeded for three days. lip to brothers were out of a for- hoped that there would be k res- fridaj' fn-nn n-nJ WI.KM 1 to Tl H oil KJI t Nov. persons were tune in ore and railroad property. Representative Stanley will also try to have Martin W. Littleton removed from v-'u'n matter is brought up in the hojse asking the democratic majority to aid him in ousting Littleton. Rev. Gates made no statement but is expected to do so when he returns to his home in N. J. j testimony which night offered in the case. He was excused. UNCLE ei.rv.d- and all but twelve of them fornd not to be qualified for jury On looking over Sandusfcy one can readily see it is not a mushroom citr. snrinsing up in one day. hnt a city- fhp.t IIDS grown steadily and built fcnv her-elf a foundation to be proud Now flint tbn 100th anniversary of victory is at hand and- on Face STEEL TKUST INVEST1GATLNG COMMITTEE HEAELNG ROCKEFELLER AJSTD P10XE51R MIA'EE WHO SAYS HE WAS EOBBED Sensible married men always sivf- their wives bisr ai- lo'-vaiH'Cs so I here will IIR mticn more to borrow from Snow flurries Uiis noon and colder. Saturday on Page at a. one A 0 Stanley Kentucky congressman whose steel trust Investigating committee has been naearthing some startling testimony to Its sessions at promises a fight to overcome efforts on the part 1 of United States steel attorneys to block progress of his probe. Temperature year 34. Sun rises Saturday at a .m. and sets at p .m. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon 20 miles northwest at 11 o'clock Friday morn- ing. onr sistPr c-Hies doing all they.- .ran to push to it behooves The trial so far has served to bring jxls to awaken and show the outsida out the strong prejudice against J world and our own peonle at horns capital punishment which exists in wMt hnve to offer. With vast this county. Over half of the men j seeking don't you sumironed so far have declarpd j it's the dntv of evprv themselves as opposed to the inflir- j oiH-rn to nnd finrl his brother man.. tion of the penalty. -when by so doing he will prof-r to Friday Hart had ased nvcront of J peremptory nnd Af- j tornry Rilfor for the defpuso. four of Iris yixtoen. Tho jury nftel was full at tifitlifr 'nor used a jlur'ns moraine session. it looked to court house iiuprhes if 'he of j might ''iin info ru-xf I although ftverytliing of t-ouvse de-j ponded on the answers of the parties railed to serve. A man with imi'iidf confidence in H- he reads in tin neY.-spa- IDK OF H was during the trial Friday morning. His name is Fred summoned np a talesman. He told the court that he would rather accounts of the alleged accent nrime. The fis'wrmen of this port have malvitur.sorae very heavy catches the past the catch consisting mainly of Large catches are- also reported froai Huroa and- Vermilion. At the Booth Co. the catch which he read in tlw local I herring during the last few days av- than give belief to the on Page BEULAH BINFORD SLEEPS WHILE HENRY CLAY BEATTIE IS PUT TO DEATH FOR WIFE erages about 14 tons a day. The of white flsh has been very light account of the stormy weather. The Post Fish Co. reports that tie. catch averages from eight to ten tons-. a dav while at Lay the is about ten tons a day. aronsdous of the fra.sic scene enacted in the grim prison at ii'hiiiotui. -nist before she this the who r.ot shippec to customers urc beinj to nscd ths I retail pric- of herring is 10 conts nd while the mice oi wlrito fish Is Members of the committee in the pi NEW YO.HK. Nov. rifiacefully. Beuiah on whose si-count Hnn-v Clay Beattie. mur- dered his was unconscious of i the who r.ot vory t'nu pRsing of tbf time for tlui ex- j tiroly escape the thuusht of the death j made at _tuov ec-ufion of Beattic Friday i made the siatcmoat j heavier than at tins pert attended a theatre party i coni'smins Keattie as reported by beriKishrr.au of the Co.. i who been t.he if he is guilty he will ness for the past thirty sajs if confess. He is too proud even in his j the largest run of hfirrinc in his e Last night she went to a local thea- j dying moments to make a jperirace.' The catches at tre and witnessed a j At the play she often mentioned j house during the past few days of Peter made merry j saying she hoped his ghost averaged between and 20 terns. The catches of the DriscoU Thursday the girl did not retire friends until late and it was before she awakened. IEWSPAP.ERI NEWSPAPERHRCHI   

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