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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio 3 'V i THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. r FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER Declares It Dangerous Conspi racy Against The Welfare of the Common People. ROASTS BANKERS FOR ENDORSING COMPACT Says Bankers Would Have The Power To Create Panics and Cause Nov. accept- ing the Aldrieh so called central reserve fund plan the American association yesterday solemnly joined with Wall street in the most daring and dangerous conspiracy against the welfare of the people that nas ever been cooked in greed of high Alfred 0. Crozier today thus de- nounced the action of the bann- ers at New Orleans. Crozier Is a financial authority and economist and called' upon congress to save the ceonle from the effects of evil Crozier said the Aldrieh central bank plan could be used to cause and by making money suddenly scarce. plan is for banks and by banks and will be he said. the control of public currency be public or That Is the is- said he. Aldrieh plan of- fprs banks for their sunnort the collossal bribe of all history. With less than a billion and a half clear assets the combined banking in- stitutions loan and collect interest on 000 non.ooo bank credit. It is a dnngerously big business on a shoe string And the Aldrieh plan would take away from the government and give to the syndicate of banks a bil- lion dollars of public currency to put in tbsir reserve so that with relative- lv no extra Investment the banks can collect interest and loan back to the people at profits of for business mere fmancia Tfind I have too much faith in the intelligence of the American people to believe they will permit this THE hCLITSE- LAST EDITION NUMBER 40 KETKIAI FOE THREE LABOB CHIEFS American Consul at Pekin Has Urged All Missionaries to Reach Treaty Ports. GUARDS TO BE INCREASED SOON Rebels Issue Orders To Protect Foreigners and Non-com- batants But Slay 3. Bankers End Session. NEW Nov. but one dissenting vote the American Bankers' association gave its unquali- fied approval to the proposed Aldrieh plan for the reform of the monetary system of the United States. Congress was urged to deal with the proposition as an economic ques- tion outside the domain of party poli- tics. Confidence was expressed that high purpose actuating the na- tional monetarj commission assures the working out of the details in ac- cordance witk the sound principles stated in the plan in such a manner as to gain the confidence and support of all After the election of the thirty-seventh annual convention of the association which convened here came to a close. Detroit was chosen unanimously on the first ballot as the convention city in 1912. Atlantic Chicago and gave notice that they would ask for the convention in J9U Vice-president William of was elected president and G II. of St. vice presi- dent I I Nov. i ing too much cursing was going on in their employes of the Erie railroad at have organized themselves into a swearing Henceforth any member who says anj thing more PEKIX. Nov. danger to for- eigners throughout the provinces is in- creasing and missionaries are urged to seek places' of safety at the treaty ports as rapidly as possible. Roger S an American con- sul general at Hankow telegraphs that anti-foreign placards are making their appearance in Hu- Peh province. The American legation has ananged lor tne transportation of all missionaries reaching the railway rc fiom disaffected but is not they must aSam tempting to assist bev oud the Yang-tse river. At a meeting of the ministers repre- senting the foreign pow ers here it t was decided that it would be advisable to increase the legation guaids. An edict just issued orders Sheng- the new governor of the prov j ince of to proceed to his post immediately m oider to suppress the bands of outlaws and protect foreign- ers. Piracy on the West river is so ram- Monster Crowd Witnessed Football Contest At Cam- bridge Today. ARMY AND NAVY MEET ON A NEUTRAL FIELD Neither Yaie Nor Harvard Could Score But Middies Took Lead Over Cadet The United States supreme court's reversal of the prison sentence en by Justice of the Supreme j court of the District of j may not save Samuel John i Mitchell and Frank the' labor leaders. There was nothing' in the supreme court's ruling to for-' bid a retrial of the contempt charges j against the three and Justice j by overruling their for dismissal of the has j trial. ii-inxr on mo TV COL iiver is HO ram-j Ifina pant that the British steamboat com- Session Of CflUrt Held SatUFCiaY ionc panics of Hongkong have aMc Nov. football elevens of Yale and Har- vard battled through four quar- ters of play here this afternoon and the great game ended a the score being 0 to 0. It was the second scoreless game between- the elevens of the two great uni- i versities in' two years and the I fifth tie game between the two in j the 31 years of gridiron relations. i The game in one respect resem- i bled the Yale-Princeton game_ of a j week ago. The teams battled ankie- j deep in mud and neither team could 1 show s. consistent attatck that would earn a touchdown while numerous a.'.- _ tempts at kfeking goal also fa'led. Aci i there was no present to pick up. 1 a fumble and bre up the game wita a brilliant run. Each eleven showed power in attack at timpfl- tor Harvard and Camp for Yale dis- plaving brilliant form. Both Yale and Harvard lacked the final Probe Committee will be fined 2 cents for cides Not to Issue Subpoen- aes For Their Appearance Mich Nov. man A. Metz. past grand patriarch of the Michigan encampment of Odd and for years an acthe bus- iness man in the copper died here of heart failure. He was 43 years old. Nov. 25 Invita- tions instead of subpoenaes will be sent out to the great trust magnates and other witnesses whom the Stan- ley steel probe committee wants to hear from in regard to the forming of that great corooration. They may and may not respond. Invitations have beon sent to John D. Andrew James J. Hill and a vast army of those supposedly responsible for the present domination of the and other objectionable forms of combinations. Members of the house committee of inquiry the United States Steel corporation considered the future course of the committee and state- ments were issued relating to the committee differences over the com- mittee's procedure. do not believe' that the dem- ocratic house will enter into any con spiracy of and silence with the steel said Chairman Stanley. the steel corporation has not been guilty of violation of the it should not fear a hearing before the court of public ex_ plained Mr. Stanley. tee simply wants the light. It wants to know the truth. The truth is as much a shield. to the innocent as a sword to the each offense. The contract ed Statement That Taft Will was and the seals affixed at 4 o'clock. In thff interval before quitting time eight shining pennies reposed Test Strength Nov. in the fine bos. The money will denial was issued by Secretary Hilles be turned over to the poor. Nov. ing his fight against the high cost of living Mayor Shank today placed 400 chickens and 75 turkeys at the public market to be sold to the public at cost. Shank gathered up the fowls from the country and his prices are Irom 5 to 7 cents a pound below the prevailing market price. OFFICE HOLDERS WILL NOT FORFEIT PLACES Special to the Star-Journal. at the White House today to a story published in Ohio that President Taft would the challenges of pro- gressives and urge a presidential pri- mary in Hilles' attitude indi- cated that at this time at least Taft will not take any such action. newspaper man came to dd did a great deal of talking on this subject and outlining his ideas. I said nothing whatever except that there was no law under which the election of the four dele- gates-at-large could be safeguarded. No statement has been issued from the White House on the Perkins Sees Taft. Nov. W. formerly Morgan's part- ner and one of the -defendants in the Steel trust held a conference with President Taft today. It was supposed he talked over the trust features of Taft's forthcoming message. T. R. Not a Candidate. Noy. i Roosevelt will not be a candidate for COLUMBUS. O. Nov. I the republican nomination fnr VW.UU.1U .DUO lOMUU.UV'ait 1HMI1 General Hogan held in an opinion to- j Presidency in 1912 according to Judge day that office holders who have been i R- M- of Akron. The disfranchised by Judge do the statement m an inter- by that action lose their may continue to hold them. ACCUSED BY JUIMESOTAJS I S OIL JONG'S VALUED BUSINESS ADYISEE Jekyl-Hyde Character Held Re- sponsible For Killing in First Degree Murder. Nov. er being out for more than fire hours a verdict ot guilty of murder in the first degree was returned early today by the jury in the case of Bertram G. charac- ter. Spencer shot and kHled Miss Martha B. Blackstone while robbing Dow home here last year So intense was the interest in the trial that when the jury came in at I the court room was well j As the jurymen filed past his Sppncer did not raise his eyes or' change his position. When the ver- i dictf was announced a hush fell over the court as all expected a new out-' burst frorit Spencer. The prisonor. Judge Wanamaker said that two weeks ago he had a talk with Colonel Roosevelt. At that time the former president told him that he would not be a candidate next said the i Akron judge. For this reason Judge j Wanamaker is for Senator LaFoliette first and he said panics of Hongkong have been obliged to suspend their services. Several of their steamers have been looted and some of the officers and j passengers killed Two British tor- 'pedo boat destroyers have left Hong- kong to patrol the West river. Missionaries arriving in Pekin from eighty miles north- east of give accounts of the recent revolution in the province of where the anti-foreign ele- ment declared its intention to exter- minate Christians and Man- but only partly succeeded. The -rebel general at they issued a proclamation to the peo- ple not to harm foreign- ers or noncombatant 'but only to destroy Mancnus. The Manchus thereupon prepared for defense within their own walled section of the city. They withstood one attack by a mob made up of students and sol- but in an attack the next day nearly all the Manchus were slain. Ac- cording to the the Chi- nese informed them that horrible bar- barities acompanied the slaughter and that Manchu women were speared or carried off by Chinese officers or sol- diers. After the massacre the revolution- ists neglected properly to police the city and bandits plundered shops and demanded money of the inhabitants. They also burned the school of the Scandanavian-China Alliance mission and killed Mme. Beckman and an- other teacher. Wnen the rebels re- stored order they decapitated many of the outlaws During the disorder the English Baptist mission was but not attacked. i Afternoon in the Klawetch Case. I LJiUlI PRISONER SEEMS Early uu.. vi as able to carry the ball over at the cru- cical moment. Yale outrushed vard. Both teams fumbled badly ani several chances to store nere lost by inability to told the ball. Forty-two thousand persons witnesed the con- Taking of it Hoped Can Be Commenc- ed on 40 ni With the panel seven peremp- tory challenges left to the and one to the in the case of Rocco charged with the uat murder of Antonio at From the n leys a recess was taken at noon i were cheered irilicatiOBS were that jpersons witness the ciuaim 5 j football game bet-n een the elevens of and Yale ani from the ay the crowds poured isto the stadium for two hours before t-is whistle blew it looked as if more than' that number were on hand. rnamed the favorite to the betting to 8 and 10 to even though the ilicr fioM heavy' they came trotting upon tae ft appeared that the fact that it was not a championship game was overlooked Princeton's defeat of Yale last Saturday seemed to take but little interest fronj- f _ looked heavier' thanf today s clash Ylale's team Saturdaj without a selection of a jury being reached. Every effort was be- ing made in the afternooa to complete the but this an adjourn- ment being taken at 3 o'clock until Monday. Thirteen talesmen were Saturday and eleven of them were excused for cause. Attorney Rit- of the two ttt t for the exhausted his j game were as ninth peremptory and At- 184___L.E. torneys Hart and Beis used up their ..j third of that nature. 187 One hundred and eight men 173......c been summoned and and i 195.....R.G. ninety-six of these found wanting in 195..........RT. the four days' effort to choose a i A very. 163 ......R.E. Formation of opinions on the op-1 i- pisw 'yotter' Revnolds' Nov. 19- month daughter of Arthur Foltz of died as the result of receiv- ing burns at an open range in the Miclien. position to capital and 1S3 L.H. Revnolds 16' reluctance to convict on circumstantial 175 ____ R.H. Wendell' evidence have caused the dismissal I 179 F iftT of this large number from jury service. I s The experiment of drawing a venue thirty names from the in- rrom as Navy Defeats Army III Eff Them that take a tiip now and then will tell you that the worst part of the morning after pietty late in the afternoon. on Page CONSTANTINOPLE. Nov. Tempei ature i v ear ago. 37. Forecast Fair to- night and at 7 a. one this carrying the war tion. urday. There was not so much preju- dice against capital punishment among the country but they had all read about the and their opinions were very positiv e. Attorneys said Saturday noon that If a jury was not selected in the after- such a result would probably be reached Monday. The defendant seemed to be more composed Saturday than at anv other time. As he cannot speak English. he is unable to follow the proceedings with any degree of intelligence. o i n At three o'clock of the afternoon j Cincinnati People Seek Consth the venire of thirty names was and no jury I An adjournment was then taken until Monday morning of next and an order issued for the summoning' of a special venire of thirty to appear at that time. Out of the last venire of thirtr only three were given in the panel being Passed for cause Attorney W._73 Gnerm assisted Attor- vention ney Ritter in the defense it not d to retcain there b atternoon At tne Vwe of the hcid sessions anywhere in jonrnment. the defense had exhausted i tutional To Judge King. That Cincinnati is making a real effort to have the sessions of the constitutional convention held in that city is evident from invitations be. ing sent to uelegates. WASHINGTON. Nov. seemed not to realize what' years ago a Baptist minister became bad he only blinked and pi hate business confidential T-llC- Tionrl TTT1_____ _ Such is the Rev. F. T. who has been charged bv Leonidas Ms head WheJ- the news of the conviction was the richest man in by Rockefeller stripped Merritt and A curios public immediately his brothers of milE of do ars and had to be earned from the court'sat up and aotir- but action a railroad and ore mine tratibactl-n house. -lav-ailed it noth ag. There didn't seem in 1893. He wasn't used to t'-p In his instructions Judse Crosby ito be nrach iniormation of financiers this told dwelt at considerable length on soon PVembody quit tanking'sessional steel subject of saying thst the it. question was one of establishing the sanity or insanity of the man at the time the deed was committed. want you jurors to use your own good common Crosby. said Judge L 1 The testimony of the he should be bnt the jurors should riot he too strongly im- pressed by the opinion of these es- jerts. and he suspected One several years Then the preache- took hire- Wali street rubbed its eves at the covery that the kerosene king's ness preacher was the president of dares a less than thirteen gi eat enterprises in j Rev. Gates' name has been pioini-l which Rockefeller money was inter- nently connected with all of Rocke- ested I feller's but the world Gossip had it that here was one of of business knows him best as a I the great concealed forces of the world keen-witted genius whose advice has j of finance. Again people wo been invaluable to his upon and again it didn t do them any j many an occasion. feller then the deal which Merritt now Thirty Days to Christmas Might as Well Buy Those Christmas Things Now west at friday afternoon. mg. SHERM FORMER ASKED TO BECOME EVANGELIST Sherman former well-known For some Gibson has been egate has received one of the Cia- cinnari invitations. The letter reads- Cincinnati Com- mercial associat on will join witk1' j other civic and social or- j s.'mzatimis in our city in presences j an invitation to the Ohio Constitiif.on- al convention when ir convenes in Pol-imbus OP .Tairiary 9th. to adjourn- ifis sessons to and contsa- its work this city. I We write to nlace onr invitation 1 before you an a delegate to the con- I vention. and trust you will accent oiir invitation. asking the conventior to meet in the work of the framins a aew for GU- IS ROt from Rev. Dr. Stough to join the which hundreds weiv convened he Stough-Spooner evangelist paitj. He one of the most active of the per- has until Jan 1 consider the offer workers and a but he has indicated to Suporinfendont whole lot of good for the ot Eurgp. of the Lake Show that the meetings. His was ro-i he will continue in the service of the personally observed .-ay bv day. by facVtv wV lompany. Dr. who several peo- for fno of Sanduskians know pie that he irever saw a better woiker iirt Gibson. For years he con- for the good cause than Gibson. He favrrVole cliTiate fC ducted a saloon and bowling alley on further remarked tbat he was just the excSce of hV ho- Market street where the new Scheuer kind of a man he needed for his and varied store now stands He was campaign against forces and facilities and best of all 'he Nr known as a but his place eva-selist therefore made Gibson the table sVrit of 'tVneophi a model one in many ways. offer to join the party during the fore 'tee 'to that if .ally he gave up the onsraess. entered part of ths new year. The It is. cepts our invitation it will wur. j the employ of the L. S. E. and moved is a splendid carrying a big ed of a most pleasant and a most suc- to Fremont. salary. I cessful EWSPAPER
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