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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               I THE HOME PAPER i TODAY'S NEWS TODAY I THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 42 Imperial Troops Take City And Begin Killing Native iff And Aliens. STATES SECKETAGENTJS INVESTIGATE NEWS THAT GERMANY IS PLANNING INTEKOCEMIC CANAL NICARAGUA AND COSTA RICA REBEL ARMY RUSHES AND CAPTURES NANKIN Reports Place the Number of Casualties in the Battle In The Nov. 28 A brutal slaugh- ter of foreigners as well as Chi- ncse Is threatened at Han Yang where the imperial forces are loot- ing and killing natives today. For- eigners have barricaded the streets leading to their conces- sions and mounted Maxim guns. lAt Nankin today tfce rebels rush- ed the fortifications and captur- ed the city. Twelve hundred were killed on both sides. The outlook for foreigners is considered the most serious since the Boxer up- rising. Wu Chang surrendered to the im- perialists today. The three towns of Han Yang and Wu Chans are separated from one another only by forks of the Yangste river and practically constitute a single city. Definite news has not been received from Hankow but it is believed have been already under imperialist control. Capture of Han near by the imperial rebel victories the revolt of Tibet and de- mands by the assembly of 'Chi Li in which Pekin is are some of the most recent develop- ments in connection with the revolu- tion. At near the rev- olutionary soldiers are avenging the recent massacre. They have already beheaded sixty some of them the sons of aristocrats. After- wards they held an cutting out the hearts of which they roasted and ate. Companies o ftroops are patrolling the streets with fixed bayonets. Some hooting and stone throwing occurred and two persons have been injured slightly. Traffic -on the West river had prac- tically come to a standstill because of pirates. Communication with Wu- chow and Nankin is entirely cut off. At Hankow fighting continued through Saturday night. The rebels had the advantage Sunday it was reported. Loyal troops drove Sends Request To Chairman Brown That Republicans Vote For Presidential Delegates. TWO LATEST JURORS El McNAMAEA CASE Nov. the United States government spent its hundreds of millions of dollars digging the Panama only to find that upon the eve of the success of ring feats lone of tile greatest en_ attempted in a rival world power is to secure an equal advantage the expenditure of an infinitesimal part of that Col. George W. engineer I in charge of the canal is considerably alarmed over the news that German presumably with the secret backing of the German are planning to dig a ca- nal across Costa Rica and Nicaragua. The needed is said to be already and negotia- Mrs. Dworkln Says in Police Court That She Does Not Want An Attorney. Nov. Mrs. Rose who Monday shot and been smiled upon by Pies- killed Jacob coming from her Meat of Costa Rica. The pro- home at Lawrence. for that ew canal will be a shorter and said in police court Tuesday route Panama morning when arraigned on a charge of fore advantageous commercially to first murder that and sailing vessels. It She was bound over to await the ac- j tion of the grand jury and seemed en- United States secret tirely indifferent as to her fate. agents have i been busy investigating the The woman claims that her life was their reports are as alarming ruined because of early relations with as has bee.a the home gov- Horwitz and it is said that she shot it is will notify him with a view to causing pain for Costa Rica and Nicaragua that the his whom she accuses of telling Srant ot canal rights between the story of her past so that it reached -Atlantic and' Pacific will be regarded the ears of Mrs. Dworkin's husband 'as unfriendly to the United the revolutionists out of Hesihan and j who left her. She is said to have tried The plan of the Washington gov- Sunday evening and to have a rabbi effect a reconciliation ernment when contemplating the Tim T AHSOO cm i Wjth her husband after which she Nicaraguan canal route was that the started on a hunt for Horwitz when water course should begin at San both sides are said to be heavy. The rebels fled to Wu Chang. The assembly of the province of Chi-Li resolved to summon the throne to abdicate. It passed a resolution by which it decided to participate in the republican government which is now being formed. The National Assembly attempted to hold a meeting but members were present. only thirty The Chinese in Tibet' have declaring their for the revolutionists. sympathy JO PAROLE ROSENBECKER Stale Board of Control Grants First Thanksgiving Parole to Toledo Murderer. Nov. first time in the history of the peni-' a holiday parole was granted by the state board of administration. Danny who was re- ceived at the penitentiary Anril when only 12 years and j months to serve twenty-yea sentence for killing a playmate at j is the lucky recipient. His i term will expire Dec. 1914. The crime for which Rosenbecker sentenced was the lulling of a her efforts failed. She was in Cleve- Juan- on the Atlantic land four days before she found and follow the course of the San killed him. Juan river to Lake and After the shooting the woman looked by canal thence to on the Pa- down at her victim a to make i cifie coast. TAFT MEN CONFIDENT THEY'LL HOLD STATE State's Case Depends Upon Strong Circumstantial Evi- It Is Seen. La Toilette's Ohio Trip May Be Delayed But Will Not Be Nov. an i open letter to V.'alrer chair- I man ot the icpualican state central committee. John Fuckler today asked that a meeting ot the committee be called to devise a plan under the republican voters of the state may IMCI MuMOC PnWCBMfiJJ lexpiess their presidential preference INhLUtNUt bUVhfliMlm j between Tafi and LaFollette for pres- Fackler pointed oat that a state ident. son Starts Nov. has jet been fixed for the sub-commit- tee of the democratic conference held here two weeks ago regarding the re- j. j j I wide primary will be held next May to UUlolllo lo j nominate congressmen and elect del- 1 egates from the congressional dis- tricts and asked that the people be permitted to express a preference as to presidential nominees on the same ballot. It was stated this afternoon arrangements had been completed for a meeting between Fackler and A. L Taft's manager in to- morrow to discuss such a move. AVhile not outlining his plan to Chairman Brown in the letter Fack- ler believes that under existing laws the delegates to the republican na- tional convention mav be elected in the X B. Sexton and S. Andre are ut suite 1O1 tO wait upon Governor Harmon and pre- sent the petition asking for a special session of the legislature and the that has been drawn for such a tricting. primari have no idea when the commit-1 day that the new ._ tee will call on the said apportionment ghes Ohio an addition- 4n-eleV Tii'nes State Oil Inspector Flnley. far as ai congressman who must be nomi- me Times explos.on. I know nothing has been done about and elected from the state at i BLOOD TRAIL LEADING FROiVI HOUSE TO LAKE Defense Sees No Motive Of Evidence Of By reason of a trail of leading from the room of Antonio Viscario on Kelleys Island to the waters of Lake Erie Prosecutor Hart expects twelvs men to vota to send Rocco Klawetch to the electr.c to his opening argument the first de- gree murder case Tuesday morn- ing in the common pieas court. Through testimony that no motive t'oud be shown for tie commission of the murder by his deiead- ant. and pi oof that the three men killed and the two charged with the crimes wevs very giod friends. Attorney George TV. Hit- ter to induce the jury either to acquit or agree to recom- mend a penalty tlian capital pun- ishment. With the opening arguments com- pleted to be accept- A HIU. all the cards are now lying face on the as far as concerns tha fate of Roeeo- Klaweteb. -alias Rocco Levitchio. charged if if EXPECTS NO RED1STR1CTING. Congressman Carl C. while at the Star-Journal office M'onday again declared his belief that there will be no redistricting of the state tfiis year. So confident is he of this that he has arranged to at once place petitions for his nomination alt the counties of the present district in anticipation of the prl- maries next May. Some petitions have already been signed at the Soldiers' Hornet Mr. Anderson expects to have a monster petition and is confident that he will be no one having been announced as yet to run against him. that. Senator Pomerene is the chair- man of the committee and the call for a meeting will come fiom Wash- ington. He was made chairman in order that the meeting might meet his convenience. With the opening large. said the two additional delegates to the national com ention must be chos- en in the same way as congressmen at large. We contend that they must be chosen at large and we further say that the other four delegates at large heretofore chosen by the state con- vention may be chosen in the same Taftites are Confident. Nov. of the national administration here are predicting that the bottom will fall out of the movement against the nom- ination of President Taft before the the presump- veiled feints employed by attorneys in examining witnesses 1 have been cast and the jury has been asked to decide the case purely by the law and facts. the theory of prosecution regarding the ease is that Klawetch and his Seivag- rleliberaieb and with malica wliile in the commission of a killed Viscario. Tbe de- dense through Attorney Ritter. insists I that there is no legal proof to connect Detective For Defense is and boldly most of the claims ot the prosecution as to facts surround- the declares that they can not only be reconciled with the innocence of the but go show that fie is not deserving of pun- rested Charged With At- tempting To Bribe Juror. j I SAYS IT'S A by_the lioS.TlR tcVlA nria nttTificorf Tf i licans who are onposecr to it. point to the beginning of the break in the statements made by Louis O. WcUl UiargeCl With i------ Brandeis regarding the Controller bay matter and the addresses of Carnee'e and John Wanamaker New York last week on this subject. Had Not Even Been Many and vivid details ____ ing what the state and defense are the facts of the triple murder mys- tery at Kelleys were revealed in the OLenins arguments of the at- torneys. Both Prosjcuttng Attorney- Hart und Attorney Ritter made.their statements in concise An interview by Dr. W. 0. Thomp- __ _ son in Washington is also cited as I rte. T I that Was understood by eevry member the views of one familiar j LOS Nov. 28 Bert jury. sure he was then walked to aj The plan of the Berlin syndicate is turally be very busy with his duties of Ohio toward ml drug store unmolested and asked said to be to take advantage of the I there but the fact that he is on the re'll.onca5s tOTard tne presi- druggist to call the police. original waterwav to Lake committee that is investigating the ms uonveuwuce. wnn tne opening wjth the situation in Ohio and not j chief investigator for the jurymen entered the court of congress next month_lie would na- biased on the question of the attitude i ArrN'smnva I room shnrtH m.. _ i original waterway to Lake Beiore she had reached the middle'and then use the course of the Sapoa election of Senator Stephenson of Wis- of the street a number of men and' river to a point where the latitudinal J consin makes Mm all the more who had run out from stores line which runs through Salinas Is- i Among the members of the legisla- and surrounded Horwitz's land and Salinas bay also bisectsnhe j ture themselves various opinions are oody. They paid no heed to her or' Sapoa river. The distance between to them until Samuel R. Rosen- the Sapoa river and Salinas bay at manager of the Grossman drug this point is about seven miles. It is Rosenberg had planned to divert the flow of the Sapoa from the store river at this point by means of a dam through an abandoned water course accosted her. seen the shooting window. you shoot tha excitedly to her. tually. by a short It will empty She assented in a cool monosyllable into Salinas bay opposite Salinas Is- and answered his i land. ruined my life and I've ended the 1 WOMEN LED IN THIS expressed regarding the special session j proposition. They are not all agreed. Representative Miller of county who was in Columbus yesterday I am a demo- cratic member and the prooosed redis- defense was arrested day nine o'clock Taes- I day inornms. they were coafronted day by Detedive Browne for prosecu- j vith four sunposeid to throw f-inn nil a dent. President Thompson gave it as his opinion that Ohio would send a solid delegation to the national re- werP n publican convention for the renomina- juror in the McXamara trial. Browne tures of entire ho.we in which the iui.1 tion on a charge of attending to j on the bribe G M. a of the charged cni-e Two TdmiSrltTon republicans here are to throw the scene were asSerted he and others saw Franklla on Page Lriclin our party I am not in favor of a spe- cial session to do it. If the state was Nov. boy friend. The boys were playing i Gompers has been president of the on the shoie of Lake Erte near Point American Federation of Labor too just outside of wren fn Rosenbecker a butcher knife from he His mother's stabbed his Mme mate and hid the body In bushes The holiday parole granted by the' administration board will in no interfere with tho annual pardon j granted by the governor. f 'tS SSUe to be redistricted last winter when the legislature was in session was the time to do it. T do not think the governor should be forced to call the legislature J into a special session just for this Secure Bottles of Whiskey In strong infiu- Cause I fJ1068 arp ILc goveipor Hi is m Arrests. i from outside the state. Congressman I White of who was here last i gave voice to this when he said Nov. by that there was a demand for a redis- women. Mrs. D. G. Hall and Mrs. E. i tricting of the state from the national G. a raid was maae1 democratic organization. Tbs next upon a place at Forest where it confess may be so close that an extra charged intoxicating liquors were De-' or two from Oh'o might ing sold. help the democrats to it Tt pass to Lockwood this moniiw. Lockwood was also arrested. Browne charged the cash was mon- ground. for the payment of to' near the other set oad -ficors a hang the jury. Attorney Darrow for artistic exhib'ts. wrich Sheriff the defense charged it was part of ___ ._ 'plan to influence public sentiment.' of _ the capture of Klaweteh and Lockwood had not even been subpoe-1 8Qd which stats will naed as a vcaireman he pointed out. c'aim contained articles belonging 68 j The eleventh venire in the threo itead men Lots of people nualified today. Court took a recess ''The state wjlj bv coavjnenu think they're light- 2 o'clock while members of t'-ie thpt kifieri in heartprl when it's attendert the funeral cf Juror' own between asirt J Sexton's brother. o'clo-i. on the of only their heads. Intense interest is felt in the court's ar Kelkys mlmg this afternoon on Venireman i h's statement to tee JIT.'. Rain j who was challenged by the stat'- also prove the defenfi- 'state for boas. Haskell declared he ant Sehagzio carried the bodv to tha turning to snow and at the time of the lake- and witnesses who saw blood much colder i Times fire it was not caused by dyna-' suins in the room of the murdered snow'mite as ke was familiar with t'oat ex- and all the way to the lake will flurries and 'plosive He that he be produced ZsAIM co.aer. COLD WAVE. dtnce presented. Icibi-eiature at 7 a. one court Las ago. Mrs. who is the wife of is possible That the d'-Iav the Ohio' Sun rises Wednesday at a. m. and Methodist minister at Forest. committee in the matter t to warrants for the arrest of W.j the governor is rMineratp pnrl intended sets at 4-04 p. m. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours CAPTURE ESCAPED LUXA-TJC Nov. 28 Ottilia viho escaped from Matte- wan Asylum last was cap- tured here by Dr. J. A. Aliie and De- fective Samuel of New York and is being held under an indict- ment for shooting Dr. Frederick Bier of New in 1906. She will be committed to the insane depart- ment of the Mercer Hospital until extradition papers arrive. nf alyran .Chapin ancl Harvey Angier. wno1 to give for the outside influpnres ending at noon 16 miles south- the belief that the i P'eaded not guilty. Several bottles' to work on an exception w.ii be it'll three in plied to Gompers and that the labor federation needs a new leader for the gocd of foor interests. has been head of the fed- eration for 25 3 ears and during this time has become the Jour- nal will of what is said to found. Chapin and Aigier have been ar- rested before upon the same charge. Once they were found guilty. sjo'rrnor and have i west at H a. m. Tuesday. be whisky was minrl In pronfir rondif'on to the proposition with a favorable feel- I rlay Half of today's minated on excuses. Thero to- 1 as rue face. tind snid a to bo-iy about 'HsiipP'-'annce- of th-ir f.-iloV lod-- ing. Nov. rioting1 occurred here and several persons were killed. I Congressman James M. of Day- on Page JURY IN PATTERSON MURDER CASE MAY HOLD FATE OF WOMAN IN THEIR HANDS BEFORE NIGHT DENVER. Nov. all proba- bility the fate of Mrs Gertrude Gibson He was in Denver the day of the he testified. corroborated the story of Mrs thai she chot her hus- YORK. Nov. vild tsir of the sea where iron nerves of bardv seamen broke grizzled marines wept like children was told Uie bettered French steamer Sant Anni drew up at quarantine -today and re- ported the death of four of her sail- and the serious injury of a num- ber of others. A great wave swept Ihe four men overboard. So fierce was the storm that rrdered below. struck the vessel like a tidal wave sweeping all belore them. all passengers were The giant waves Pattprsor. Charged the murder of her wm be committed to the jury before night. I hand aftri he had struck her twice Attorney H G. Beiison for the state i snd knocked her down and was stand- today --nl C A. one of ing her with his ami raised to the star Tvitnesjes for the to' strike again the tne purpose of tY.nt-cr j Kaston said that he had gone to the Jones te-ti- j sanitarium at which Patterson was a fied in of Patterson fiiat patient and had started for a walk She had aa incident in the neighborhood. Some distance tratlvp Pattc-roon s brutal attitude from the sanitarium he observed a toward his wife which is made by tiiejman apparently quarrel- defense the justification for his killing. The state f'as made strongest case on the cross examination of Mrs. Pat- terson. The defense placed on the stand a witness to the shooting of Charles A. by his Gertrude Gib- son Patterson. He is Francis J who came from Mmnea'nKs to appear in Mrs. Patterson's behalf. ing. -fffljen he was 300 feet from the helobked back and saw the woman reading a newspaper he said. She handed the clipping to the and he striKk her in the face. A sec- ond blow felled her. She struggled to one he ana fired twice. Af- 4er a short she fired more he said. Twenty-One Shopping Days to Christmas THE PROCRASTINATOR GETS LEFT BUY THOSE PRESENTS NOW MAKE QUICK NOW LOOK JOFUJURE it Filtered Water Will Probably Be Available Thursday And A j Movement is Under Way to Rep- etition of Shut-Off. j e will prove to Jbat they J ri w. ot quarnes rr-p'e I'fm srl thj Although it now seems that repairs the filtration plant should be ccraplet- to the broken valve at the filtration ed by red plant can be completed niiich ohort- water pumped into the niaias er time than was at so at that Instead of a ar that filtered water fan be turned into more of wtus 31 firc-t the mains again for .i.-e Thuisdaj when if though' wo second break of the same snow- to srnd the ing the ccnstarl is 'ikoh to inch to i' K f- wsult in steps being takeu to better oci work 'ie i .ishfd tuiouch water sunplj. HI two in t Graefe de- Bay VIP.V Co clared Tutsday that something should ing the new castii be done at once and if action is not the -aork would j SANTIAGO. CuM. Nov. was into a panij early to- I day by an cf r.nusual in- tTsny. No '.'.eatlis or property loss teen is TTO snd it was hojed t'irncd bv Nov. .p ti i' todav tc- taken ia the he is likely Tuesdav r.iaht mc-rring as a means ot to urge it as soon as the new council the casting is to go to the Ma- lew is organized. Many that chine Co for accessary machire work former or of New bei'o t- rn there should be a double with and by Wednesday afternoon at tbe senate on two connecting pipes and valves so latest it is expected the valve will be nierce. He in case of a break the at the for in- a national trade cornni'ssioh 01 other will be available. stallatioft. The of the valve powers Service Director annonncert not recjtil'r more than two or o' Uie interstate comnit'ixe morning that all at thiee hours' time. sioB. t iWSPAPERt   

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