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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               f, -i. V THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY S ANDU SKY STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 41 MIL- MLS From Shanghai Says 0 That Are Already Slain in Fierce Struggle. MINISTER OF FINANCE DESERTS NEW PREMIER Pirates Attack British Vessel And Murder Commanding Officer Nicholson, SHANGHAI, Nov. The rebels captured part of the city of Nankin according to messages re' ceived (here today following a des- perate battle which started yes- terday. The town is being bom- barded and its capture is immi- nent. Nankin is believed to have been practically destroyed. It is estimated that 2509 have been killed. TITLL BUILD FACTOEY FINDLAY, 0., Nov. Deissel- Wemmer company of Lima, lias pur- chased ground in this citj on which to erect a four-stoiy cigar factory to employ five hundred people. The company is at present operating a branch, m this city. Mrs. Frank Eckhoff Says De- tective Wanted to Take Her To Los Angeles. CINCINNATI, Nov that en attempt had been made to kidnap her were brought today by Mrs. Frank Eckhoff, wife of the man who has been mysteriously missing here and reported to have been staited for Los Angeles by detectives as a witness in the McNamara case Mrs Eckhoff de- clared a man posing as a detecth e en- deavored to induce her to go to Los Angeles and then he sought to entice her from the house to answer a tele- phone call in the neighborhood. Mis Eckhoff asserts she has not the slignt- est idea as to the whereabouts of her husband, all mail coming from him coming through the Bums detective offices m Chicago. fl IN SACKED COLLEGE OF CMDINALS AT KOME WEEN POPE PLACES SCAULET HATS CPOA HEAPS QJ1 NEW PEINCES OF CHUECH Japs Send Troops. TOKIO, Nov. hundred Japanese troops are under orders to leave Nagoya tomorrow for Pekm and Tien Tsm to reinforce the legation gan-ison in conformity with a decision reached at a conrerence 01 loiugii diplomats at the Chinese capital yesterday. Ministers Deserting. "PEKIN, Yuan Shi Kai is practically without a only the presidents of the minor boards having accepted offices. The finance board is without a minister, and the vice minister left Pe-km after informing a personal friend that he did not intend to return The mili- tary activity on the part of Yuan Shi Kai is considered a forlorn hope. Thirty foreigners, most of them Americans, arrived nere from Tal Yuan-Fti. They were given safe escort both by the rebels and the imperial- ists The diplomatic body, through the dean of the corps, Sir John Jordan, has represented to the premier the necessity of avosdmg disorders in Pekin. The ministers believe that the legation guards will be able to prevent a massacre. By order of the police, dragon flags are "fly ing throughout Pekin, emble- matic of the people's joy at the for- mation of a new constitution. Pirates are Numerous. HONGKONG-, Nov The West river is swarming with pirates and traffic to Wuchow, in prov- ince is seriously imperiled The steamship companies are greatly alarmed and are considering the sus- pension of their services, but are con- tinuing for the Dresent with armed crews. Great indignation has been aroused by the attack by pirates on the British steamship Shiuon a few dajs ago, when Chief Officer Nichol- son was murdered, and the people are becoming clamorous for intervention of some kind to put down the law- lessness Canton is said to be practically in the hands of brigands. Grave troubles are feared. General Lung is __almQSi pnwprlpqs to maintain order, and contemplates flight Some anx- iety is felt bya the foreigners. WMUOBIK Health Officer Issues Warning To People To Boil The Water. REPAIRS TO REQUIRE AT LEAST ONE WEEK Connection Between the Clear Water and Pump Well Btoken a Second Time, iKSTALlATtONf FALCON! BELOW O'COWMEU. AMERICAN CARDINALS WARNING! BOIL WATER! _____ Health Officer Peterson issued an official warning to the people Monday afternoon to BOIU THE WATER. He said: filtered water will proba- bly be shut off fora week. There is great canger of typhoid fever and all water should be boiled. Last January and February we .ftad about 50 cases of typhoid a month as a result of a similar break. If the water is now boiled and prop- er precautions are taKen, I hope we shall be able to avoid a great OFFICIALL Y ELECTED number of cases." Without any warning, the automatic valve leading from the clear water basin of the nitration plant to the pump well at the water works station broke at 1 p. m., Monday. The valve j must be talaen out and sent to Pitts- burgh for repairs and it will probably a week before filtered water will be available. It was necessary to start i the pumping of raw water immediately ROME, Nov. secret con-, or, if a dissentient, "It pleases after the break occurrefl. i nif TL. -ii i MIL. if sistory summoned for today to ratify ClltS Off Their HeadS When He.the pope's recent appointments to tne Finds Them in His Bed- room at Night college of cardinals began at the vati- all practical purposes the pope's ap- pointment is final. There were 18 names on the official list. me not" City officials prompt measures When the last cardinal had signified to warn consumers and to have re- approval of the nominations, the Pairs made at the earliest possible mo- can at 9 a. m. There is a form of j names wene openly announced by the ment Dr. Peterson, health officer, is- election of the new cardinals but for j pope. i sued an official warning, urging peo- Nineteen new cardinals were elected, I Ple to boil the water. Meantime the confirming the pope's appointments, of taking out the broken valve, Eighteen-were made .public some-time was proceed with ludi. i_. __jii.i__u a__I all nnaoiVtlfi SD660l is the WOMAN HAD BABE 1N4RMS foreign-and six are Italians? the list j ago'but the kst one" is withheld for j including the new American cardinals, the present. It is understood to be 1 Farrell, O'Connell and Falconio. Three o ,1 PI I I A-aiicii, vtrmjejl duu j aiuimiu. AWIOO bpattered With BlOOd Of, additional appointments including one Victims But Does Not Pre- vent Slaying, cardinal are expected later. The ceremony took place this morn- ing in the hall of consistory, near the famous Sistine chapel. The pub- that of the patriarch of Lisbon broke nearly a year ago and then re- The ceremony today was of the us- quired a turning off of the filtered wa- ual simple but impressive character, ter for about a week. As many cases The cardinals designate, including the of typhoid fever fluickly followed this, three Americans who have been hon- only to be checked when the filtered oned with the of- KENOSHA, Ills, Nov. M'archesi, 27, a merchant, killed his wilfe her paramour wiiom ae found in bed at their home Sunday, gt peter's morning and then haunted by the, The of the sacred col. sight of headless bodies, confessed to i H... __ TI 13 i x, i lege is the most cosmopolitan it has his priest and was turned over to the hadf including ItalianSj seven Frenchmen, six Spaniards, six' the red water was again turned on lie consistory, which is the grand cere- Farley of New York, Archbishop ficials are naturally worried, monial attending the installation of j O'Connell of Boston and Mgr. Falconio, The valve was practically closed new members of the sacred college, is the apostolic delegate at when the break came and the result set for next Thursday and will take, assembled in the hall of consistory to was the immediate shutting off of the place either in the Sistine chapel or in, receive the congratulations of the old- filtered water. While the c'ear wa- er members of the sacred college and ter basin is full of water suitable for to await the coming of the pontiff, use, it cannot be reached until the who was to formally proclaim them valve is repaired, princes of the church. j This second break calls attention to The pope read an address in Latin, i a situation which is likely to require police. He used a hand axe and cut nff thpir hpari's twn rhilriron USJ, a. an auuieos m uai ._. ttfp wif flf th Austrians, four Americans, two Ger- after which he asked the assembly in action. With the city's supply of pure were near me wire at tne time. j manSj and one from England, Ire- the formula sanctioned by the usage water dependent upon a single valve, After being taken in charge by the Holland, Belgium, Portugal and, of four centuries: "What think it may be found necessary to provide police the Italian said he was sorry Brazil. With four American cardi- The cardinals arose, removed their some auxiliary valve or connecting pipe but that he was maddened with rage Cardinal Gibbons and j zucchettos, or skull-caps, and bowed so that hereafter, in case of a break, the pair The story colmting Cardinal Falconio as an j assent, after which the pope created the filtration plant will not be put out when he killed as told the police by Marches! clear in detail. He said. "I went home earlier than I had expected to return I had no sus- picion of my wife's unfaithfulness, but just for fun I bedroom window. senseless desperation by the sight that met my eyes. all was, American, the United States has for j the new cardinals, "by the authority I of commission. the first time in its history attenuate, of Almighty God. of the blessed apos- i ties, Peter and Paul, and of our own. representation in the sacred college. In compliance to the time honored i In virtue of his association with the form with the formal opening of the sacred college, the pope performed the peeked in at her consistory the pope whispered to the' ceremony of "sealing the lips" of each I -was driven to dean of the college the names of the of the new cardinals, to Impress upon new nominations to the cardinalate him the necessity of prudence in the of thcse-aames tfrp tean of the confidence that I myself might -whispered his approval. Following and as a symbolic trial before being rightfully exercise was my favorite the dean each of the other cardinals invested with the active and cousin, my namesake, wearing my took his seat at the pope's aide ap- voice or the voice which can elect a night robe. My wife, her two babies preaching the throne in order of sen- pope or can speak with the authority near her, was treating him with the, iority. As he whispered each name of St. Peter as his successor At the affection that alone was my due. "I became as one insane. I ran i the pope put the question in Latin, I conclusion of the ceremonv the Junior CLEVELAND, Nov. 27 from Lawrence, Mass., to avenge her- self on the man who, she alleged, had to i "How seems this to and also in cardinal deacon rang a bel] and the ruined her, a woman giving the name Juror's Brother Dead. LOS ANGELES, Nov. which has hovered over the pro- gress of the McNamara murder trial, struck Saturday. Charles- Sexton, brother of Juror j. B. Sexton, died af- ter an extended illness. It was stipulated that Sexton could go come at any time he wished, with permission of the court. To Juror F. D. Gieea, whose wife is gravely ill, was granted the same privilege. Attorney Lecompte Davis of the de- fense, hastened after court to the home of his law partner, Jud Rush, who recently was stricken with apo- plexy in tne course of a trial ot a _ the woodshed in the rear and seized a i Latin each membsr replied "It pleases lumberman's ax I returned to th? chamber window v.i'th only one thought, that of myself. I carefully raised the window so as not to be heard._ I crawled in unseen and crept to the bed. My arm strength- ened bv the sight, I chopped off my cousin's head at the first blow of the ax. He did not move, but the sound of the blow aroused my wife "She started up and fought sav- agely. She begged forgiveness, throw- ing herself on her knees That was the end of her. Her defense had pre vented the fatal blow, but her pray- ing posture allowed the ax to swing freely. I was mad. but I had sense enou'gh left to avoid striking the bfiby. which mv wife had seized as she sought to defend herself." CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. He told in detail how he took the' Clarence V. T. Richeson of Cambridge, baby, Michael, from the lifeless arms jn Jaij charged with the murder of Miss of its mother, wasbta the gory marks 'Ans LinueJ has outlined his defense of the affray from its face, changed Wflicn nis j'awyers will set up next its clothes and hurried with it to the januarj when, "the minister is called Minister Does Not Deny En- gagement With Avis Biu Says She Broke it. home of his brother. Twenty-Two Shopping Days to Christmas Today Alone is Yon? Gifts Today pope unsealed thejips. saying in Lat- in- "We open your mouths that !n consistories, and other ecclesiastical functions ye may be able to sneak i-our opinion In the name 01 Mrs Rose Dvorkin, to- day shot and killed Jacob Horwitz, a wealthy real estate dealer on the street hpre Dvni- kin showed no remorse for her act of the Father and of the Son and of Tne Police say the husband, learning aa friendship between the no todav Pope an and Horwitz, led to the shooting. Pius appeared to have made good re- Horwitz's wife hapnened to be passing thp Holr Ghosf airmen To all who saw him (Continued on Page 6) near where Honutz was ,was taken from the scene by friends. AMERICAN IS CAUSE OF IMPENDING WAR; RUSSIA'S DEMANDS ON PERSIA ARE IGNORED I upon to answer the chaige of mur- I I Dr. Herbert 0. Connor of the Idaho state prison commission consulted with the accused clergjman recently and through bis couitssy the deiense of the minister was made known. I "I shall not attempt to den} any 1 previous engagement to is Lin- j said Rev Mr. Richeson to Dr. i Connor, "or the fact that such an en- j gagernent existed, but I shall affirm i our engagement was broken by mu- Itual consent owing to Miss Lmnell's intenuon to pursue a career. "Miss Linnell, in breaking our en- gagement. told me she had changed j her views; that her ambition was to I become an opera singer and that the j I lot of a country ministvr's wife had' i lost its allurement for hi r j "I in no way was responsible for i Avis Linnell's physical condition and j only learned of it to rny sorrow and j surprise when she unbosomed her- j self to me her former pastor and betrothed, seeking- the sympathy andj j iclief which I found myself unable to j In regard to securing the poison, Rev. Mr Richeson said: "As to the manner in procured the of ootassium, Ij have no idea." W. MOBQlJi 8CHU6IER. HEIRESS AT FATBEFS BEDSIDE LA FOUETIE Will Begin Campaign in Taft's Own State In the Next Two Weeks. OLD GUARD LEADERS ARE CASTING ABOUT Senator Crane Declared To Have Tendered Support to Colonel Roosevelt, Senator Robert M. La Folletts, seeking republican presiden- tial nomination next year, is to invade Ohio. President Taft's own state, within two weeks, accord- ing to press-t plans of John D. Fackler, head of the progressive republican organization ,s tie state. He wili speak in Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Dayton, and probably in Toiedc and a num- ber of other cities. While San- dusky did not seem very cordial toward Senator it is known that there is a considerable La Follette following in the rank and file of the partv and it is like- Lord Canioys and Miss Mildred Sherman, daughter of W. Watts Sher- man, of New York, recalled invita- tions to their wedding, which was to have been held December 2 and was expected to he one of the banner ly that an effort will be made to arrange a meeting here. La-Folletta expects to begin his7 speech-making just as scon as he can get away from Washington. He is to- be followed over the state by other progressives, including Senator Caffi- mms, of Iowa, and Gifforti Piuciiot. Meantime state headquarters have been opened in Columbus and Senator events of the season in New York Clapp will speak in Dayton next Sat- society, and were married quietly at UI'daJ night. There is considerable speculation among local politicians as to the rel- ative strength of Taft, LaPollette and the bedside of Miss Sherman's fa- ther, who has been seriously ill for several weeks. The change was made at his request. The family issued a statement denying that the bride had embraced the Roman Catholic faith. A fortune was settled upon the couple as a marriage right. MI'S. Gertrude Patterson Hys- terical After Saturday's Gueling Cross Exam- ination. STORY OF SHOOTING TOLD Prosecutor Reads Letters Con- taining Terms of Endear- ment From Wife To Dead Man, DENVER, Nov. Gertrude Patterson was still in a collapse be- fore her trial was resumed today. Be- ing hysterical from the effects of her cross examination grilling Saturday there was some doubt as to whether she could resume the stand. After a day and night of hysteria, during which it was necessary for the jail physician to administer sedatives, the woman was in a highly nervous state which The fierce cross examination to she was subjected Saturday, when Prosecutor Benson riddled her diiect testimony, coupled with the sudden appearance in the cpurt room of Mrs. Mary K. Patterson. Charles Patterson's mother, broke down defendant completely. She seemed to' be in a frenzy of terror all of yester- day and clung hysterically to Matron Normme and begged to be saved from her enemies. In his cross examination Prosecutor Benson stood over Mrs Patterson and made her show the jury how she shot her husband in the back. He also pro- duced letters -couched in endearing terms from Mrs. Patterson to her hus- band, -which she admitted vutmg Just before Mrs Patterson had been asked to show how the shooting had I cuu wv juau occurred, the stare had placed before the' the jury its version of how Patterson as had met his death "Whan your husband told you posi- tively- that he would not dismiss his tlienatfon suit against Emil W. Strouss. didn't you say, 'I told you (Continued on Page 6) LONDON, Nov the Russian military force now headed toward Per- sia really invades that country, and' the two nations go to t because W. Morgan Schuster, young American who is serving treasurer-general of Peisia, had the courage of his convictions and refused to recognize the demands of the czar, upon the country by which he is em- ployed. Schuster went to Persia at the in- vitation of a committee of progres- sive statemen who asked him to try his hand at placing the country's financial affairs upon a sound basis To invest him with complete author- ity, which he demanded first of all, the office of the treasurer-general was created for him. Then Schuster's gendarmes confis- cated the property of Prince Shau es Sultaaeh. brother of the ex-shah, who has been living in Russia since he was banished from his own country, i It was charged that Sutaneh had supported a revolution the present shah. The Russian govern-, meat, which was apparently backing the deposed ruler, demanded that; Schuster's gendarmes be removed- Schuster refuse. A similar OpJer; fro mthe Persian prime minister i also ignored by Schuster on ground that the order for the flscation of the prince's property was Son at a. m. and elgned by all the ministers of the sets at (standard government and therefore he could! Maximum 24 houra not comply with the counter order of i ending at noon today, seventeen milea the prime minister alone. j southwest at Moadaj moraine. WEATHER? You can tell when a man's engaged to a girl by the way He tries to please her in all the things he won't after they are married. Forecast: Rain to- nighXand Tuesday; colder Tuesday. Temperature at 7 a. m., 38 one year .RAIN Roosevelt in Erie couatv. That thers is a growing hostility toward Taft is admitted and for siderable number pose him. this reason a con- of republicans op- Crane Deserts Taft? WASHINGTON: NOV. sea- ator W. Murray Crane, of Massachus- etts, is the man to whom Col. Roose- velt referred as having offered him support for the semination in 1912, has become known here and has creat- ROOSEVELT OUT OF IT. ______ NEW YORK, Nov. au- HSorlzed statement from Col. Roose velt in the Philadelphia North American merely repeats what hts friends have known all was the comment of Gtfford Pin- chot today on tjfie statement that Roosevelt wilt support no candf- date for the presidency or run himself, "The colonel has a habit of meaning what he says. 1 am glad the statement was made be- good all cause it will settle for doubt In the public mind." ed something of a Sensation. In a statement in which he acknowledged, many proffers of political support bat did not declare positively whether or not he would accept the nomination if it were tendered him, Col. Roosevelt ____________ "It can be stated that Col. Roosevelt today received a, letter from a certain TTnited States senator offering- the full political support of the senator In case Col. should vish to be a candidate in the national campaign. "To this tetter Col. Roosevelt has replied that he earnestly hopes that the senator -nill not only refrain from any action looking to the nommatioa of Co! Roosevelt, but also will pre- vent his friends from any such steps." Ihe National Progressive League made the positive announcement that Crane was the write'- of the letter. That such a man was the author gives the matter tacce" and a significance ran hanjly be over- rated. It is the first intimation that the political organisation upon which President Taft for a renomina- tion doubts his as a can- didate. Senator Crane, since retire- ment of Senator Aldrich from the sen- ate, has been the actaal leader of the reactionary political forces in the Unit- ed States. While Senator Penrose has succeeded to the titular leadership in the senate through his succession fo the chairmanship of the finance com- mittee, Crane has been looked upon as the man who has formulated tie pol- icies and held the forces together. More than this he has been the closest man to President Taft Trs president has consulted him on al- (Continued on Page 2) SAVANNAH, Ga., NOT. 2? The Vandcrbilt cup rsce in progress here this afternoon, thirteen tesdng for the honor. Rob m a Lozier. led when the half finished with Barman in a Ma-- mon and DePalraa. in a Fiat, cror-' ing him closely. The leaders averaging 76 miles an jiour. In the preliminary faces, Frank Witt, in an B. M. P., Car wor Tiedman trophy 171-mile race E M. F. cars were also second anil th'rd. Hughes, in a Mercer, won the Savan. nah trophy, 222 miles, with Huins- man and Nikreot both ia second and third. Four care h'.C tvei forced to drop from the when it was half nine JFWSPAPFRI   

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