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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               r THE HOME PAPER 1 TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE_S ANDU SRY STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER Imperial Forces Capture Wu Chang and Kill All Chinese Who Cannot Escape. HUNDREDS OF BODIES FLOATING IN RIVERS MRS. CRUSHED AND AS SHE SITS IN COURT ROOM AT DENVER Nankin is Under Complete Con-1 Irol of Revolutionists After A Severe Nov. victor- ious imperial troops are engaged In one of the most hideous slaugh- ters of the present war. Mass- acres are in progress at Wu Chang and Han Yang. Hundreds of bod- ies are floating down the rivers. The rebel forces are disorganized here and lost their base of sup- plies as a result of the fighting. The imperial forces have set fire to Han Yang. At Nankin the reb- els are in complete control. In the tight at Nankin the loss t the imperial troops was estimated a 1HOO At Hankow the rebels are m a ppmeky retreat The arsenal powder factory and other importan institutions taken by the inv perlalists and hundreds of soldiers are now witho'it ammunition. One of the forms of amusement adopted by th imnerialists is bayonet practice on targets. The victims are lef they fall to die. Women ana children aie not spared. Germany Sends Troops. Nov. German gov. ernment today ordered 200 troops 'from its Tsmg Tau garrison to Tien Tsin to sttengthen the consular guaril in anticipation of an anti-foreign out- break. Have Troops Ready. Nov. State department today requested the war department to hold a foice of from COB to trrops in readiness at Ma- nila for dispatch to China on short no- tier Marines started from Shanghai to Fekm to guard the eon- su'ato More Hopeful in Pekin. Nov. star of the baby whose plight only two days ago is again in the ascendant. General with European trained holds Hu-Peh cradle of the for the i throne. Here in the Yuan Shi Kai rules with an iron ignoring alike the regent and parliament. LAST EDITION NUMBER 43 FACKLER'S PLAN HAS CLAIMED ATTENTION Attorneys Get Info Squabble Over Developments in Mc- Namara Hearing. Taft Would Avoid Politicians Had Overlooked Election of Two Additional District Delegates. Of Political Machine Ac- tivity By DETECTIVE FRANKLIN IS RELEASED ON BOND tempted Bn'bery Charge Will Go To Grand There will be one like Fiank Hitchcock this to .me LUC icgciib auu jjatiiauJCAii. It is not believed that the rebels UOUPt Not IP SeSSIOn When The Jurors in Mrs. Patterson Case Reach Decision. as they fear but 'will prefer to take chances in flight in the open conntrv. The rebels endeavored to obtain the terms of- fered by Yuan Shi Kai three weeks but it is reliably reported that General Fang has refused. The for- Nov. jury m the eign settlements suffered 'heavily injmurder case Mrs. Gertrude Patter- the attack on Han Yang. A Hankow' son reached a verdict at noon consular report says it was a foregone The verdict will not be announced mi- conclusion that the imperialists would tll this aftenloon as court is not wm if they attacked because in session. of their superior organization. Dur- Ing the attack every position the reb- 'UTien the jury was not ready to re- port at 9 o'clock els assumed was heavily shelled. after being out all night Judge Allen rebels were for the most pait volun-. said that he would remain until 10 perhaps equal in number to the o'clock and then recess until i Imperial forces but unorganized and When the jury toally reached its no Financier Appears Before Sen- ate Committee Investigat- ing Interstate Commerce. is needed is honest and healthy said E. H. in a statement on combinations before the senate committee on interstate com- merce today. competi- tion in the end results in monopoly and restraint of hp As a remedy of the evils of restraint of trade Gary recommended that each corporation take out a license from undrilled I cision he was not in the court room. Yuan Shi Kai is still a one-man That was the first which had been combining in himself heard from the juiy both executive and legislative pow-i In his argument Prosecutor Benson but it is now expected that the arraigned Mrs Patterson as a men recently appointed to the opening his argument with a inet will come to Pekin promptly i quotation from Kipling's poem. In re- A rertain awe surrounds Yuan Shi ply the attorney for the defense At- Kai. The national assembly feared torney likened the effort of him and did not claie to insist uoon the piosecuting attorney to the hls presence before it. The members 'ngs of an Indian who had taken two prefened to leave the capital. Then diinks too many. He asserted that ination as to prices and the creation of a corporation trade commission with the power to extend or rp- volt licenses. Corporations formed within the last fifteen he said had been of benefit to the neople. greiu rat ons UTVP been formed in the V.rt lo tuwo been of benefit to the said Judge Gary. resources these combinations made it possible to make a studv of foreign conditions WASH1XGTOX. no fioni Senator W. Mn'iaj either admitting or ing that he Kid tendeiod h's suppoit to Col. Roose- velt for the presidential desertinu the Taft ha-se been these important m thi. po'itical sui'aticn AAord came f'on the White House j ______________ thai the pres'dent does not wish the j n r i i n A republican ational committee at its I PrOSeCUtor rrederiCKS SayS At- next to name a ohair-l man. i i Renewal of hope in LaFollette camp as a iesult of Gifford Pmchot s in-j doisromeht of t'-e Wisconsin senator. Tre desire of the president to de'ay TOS AXPFrvc- vnv oq Yvhpfhf-r'seleaion of a chairman is pau of Las Xov hether effou oxdude everything fiom the have been ofiered bribes was a ot iaDcr can be j question added to the list ot mterroga-1 d a likeness to political tions jurors in the MeXamara tnal today The state took this prnilege tod Attorney Dai- rov.- for the defense asserted he would ask whether vemremeii had been ap- proached bv the state. This may stau trouble The demise's attorneys charge a in the arrest yesterday. Prosecutor Fredeucks says he is ready to the bribery charge present his to a grand jury which may oe impan eled soon i Attorney Darrow said today thatTSsj onh information he had m regard to tie alleged bribery was from the news- apers. Also that he would show his check books and accounts if Fred- ericks would state -nhere the money was drawn. The new turn of affairs will iinclcmbtpp'lv rirnlors the task of securing a jury as Darrow indicated he would make this a real issue. The tension on toth sides is veiy great. District Attorney Fredericks an- nounced this afternoon a special grand Jury would be called to investigate the bribery within two or thiee days. Bert H the detective for the defense in the trial of James B. McNamara for the alleged murder of Charles one of the victims of the Times was released under bail Tuesday night aft- er having been arrested by Detective Samuel L. Browner secretpService working for Prosecutor charged with attempting to bribe George H. N. an unsum- moned venireman in the case. Locft- OF Father. Awakened At 3 A. M. By Restless Finds Home in Flames. JOHN ALL ESCAPE SAFELY IN NIGHT CLOTHING Ed West Huron Mail Suffers Misfortune is The cries of arr infant child were the means at an early hour Wednesday morn.ng of saving the lives of us Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hmde. resia'.ng near stop No. 8'3. West Huron. The house in jvhich they resided was destroy- ed by fire of an unknown and occupants fed from the place in their night tak- ing refuae at a neighbor's pisce. Mr and Mrs. Hinde were awakened ____- wreawoco SEN- W shape things to the convention's end for Mr. Taft. The president and his how- have a list of persons whom they wood and C. E. who were ar-1 regard as available for the national rested with the were dvea committee when the their liberty after their time comes. Up to it would in- had been taken in the office of rxwrntnr Charles D. ilhaiii is claimed that the detective and Frank B. Kellogg. witnesses saw Franklin pass foOO to William E. Borah and Charles Jsagel. Lockwood and that he and White were arrested while they still had the monev in their hands ami their hands in their pockets White is alleged to have had the balance of which was alleged to have been parsed as a bribe for hanging the 'ury. Questions as to the legal status of ockwood arose as soon as the re- of the arrest gained circulation. He had not been reached by any ve- nire subpoena. Unless someone other than an officer of the court told him tie was on the venire he did not know it. If he did not know he was he could not have been to a jury jr do anything else to the state Concedes. District Attorney bow- asserted that Lockwood was .egally connected with the jury from Nov. D i Facklei brought out a matter that has been in his dis- o'clock m the coining by tea cussion jesterchiy of the manner of cues of their httlt daughter Ths selecting the delegates to the national had betjl dujasr tce Qig-at contention from this state It is saul that the state mil be entitled to 'A and awakening us parenu at district delegates instead of only 42 the hour named nf as oecause ot the accredit- ca.me to iliem. Ivlr Hiiu.o arose an-i ing of an additional congressman to investigated Ke found the entire this but there aie on'.v twenty- one districts and the ihantes for the the ablaze- roation of anothei one by a new state nedly throwing wiaps aboat thew- ledistricting act are not -very bright. sehos and the .Mr. and Mrs. How will the two additional r ElJe h to a delegates be Some by the state as the four neighbors where tnej were taken in. delegates-at-large corresponding to i simeted sc i'e tr.e toiti. the aie chosen Bat Mr. Hinde donned more clothing there Fackler suggests that there be a state and with others went back to tha wide party primary on the selection of i tasj the two additional distri t get out a portion the furniture but the conservative and piogressue a laige part of the house furnishings tions of the patty pledging their cau-i-ttas destrojel along with the dwell- didates for President Taft aiul Sena-' mg There was no'chance to save the tor LaFollette and that j house. on Page i Mr. Hinde is a ivral route mail ear- ner. The house in which fie lived was a two-story structure belonging to Joe a'so ot West Huron. Tha dwelling was valued at about I with insurance. Hinde's loss i will come close to SSOO. E Many Witnesses Yet To Be Ex- amined And A Holiday Intervenes. BLOCKS POLITICAL MOVE Governor of Colorado Fears To Leave on Account it Sena- torial Situation. SHERIFF AND ISLAND moment his name was drawn from jury wheel last Saturday. Fred- -Ticks holds that when the big list 1600 names was made out last a'VJ3_ every man on It became ware tnat He would be summoned at Brandeis Writes Letter Sug- gesting That The Investiga- tion Be Now Discontinued. Nov. In a let- ter made public today Louis D. Bran deis advised tbe discontinuing of the Controller Bay Alaskan investigation asserting that the new Alaskan policy of Secretary Fisher endorsed by Pres- ident Taft marked a of pol- by the administration. Bran- deis acted as counsel for the commit- tee investigating the Controller T3av conditions. Chairman of the Important Witnesses For Telling Of Pursuit And The Nov that in h's absence. Hiram E. president pro Item pore the state would call a special session of the legislature to elect a to the late Sena- tor caused GJV. Shafrotjj to up his projected trip with j western eovernors througa ths east Mr Hilts had trat members of the sen ue as'ted him to a special sessicn in iShafioth's that asreel on 'nl The governor saui as h s f---- With slow progress being made the trial of Rocco charged flittered of M1. Hilts with first degree muraer in could take no c'-an'-e Antonio Viscario at Kellev's Island.' Kelley's Island i -Oils at the noon adjournment Wednesday were would be next week before the ot the defendant was decided There will be no session of she coi'rti Thanksgiving and there may albo be nothing doing afternoon the aimy rallierl urexpentelh. The the Patterson woman was but a gnl'that have an immense increase ronifMrorl pnovtortf nf 17 ivhon cVin i__ i_ in thp T'al'lP nf PMinrtR ODprn premier removed suspected of 17 encouraged rnd rewarded the diers gifts of money in of the treasury's plight PC audaciouslv sent troorcs away from the canital to the front. and he is now sending re-enforce- ments to Pnkow as well as to Hankow and Slian-Si. was ruined bj the man I who paid her husband to'take her ilions make possible economy and cou- I pnrvphou of natural Com -------------------------I binations have of benefit in away. ome time or other to do jury service investigating commission declared n the department on which the McNa- the commttee had accomplished its nara trial is held It was from purpose in drawing public attention 10 ist of names that detectives Alaskan conditions and that Secretary both sides of the case admitted FJsher attitude now indicated a had been at work much'dear departure from the admimstra- rirtvpce nifoirppt on as possibl on lion's former beliefs of The Brandeis' letter declared that the mara attorneys as well as the prosecu-l change of policy brings the adminls- tion have been exhibiting at tration in accord with the La Follette- counsel table during examinations of Poindexter and Robbing-Works bills in veniremen two big books of data. regard to Controller nay When Franklin was arrested and Chairman Graham said the purpose or searcher he on his1 person various I the investigation was to determine nqpers with notpt'ops pbout nrosnee-l whether valiable land intercuts ln t usually a couit house holiday A number of witnesses is tc amined and onh three h id taken stand up to morning TI as the eotit'iiuanon of ilu- tesiiniom of1 .Sheriff and that of n the t .111 tt Kurtz. Inland timeke'Mier. ho' Tlr' id the county his trin to East fied the defendant and his ion. Dominie Seivaggio Mr on the stand pied rhe ident'firation of exhib- its in the fomnan-1 of the Oi or Dormer red hat. t ere'iio'T in tha .is'orial a n Americas sien Tuth the for- 1 identi-'eci Tomo'-ua r SHOOTS WHOLE FAJII1Y nf fivo fore anors dvin- omniov-s a profit sharing I 'ir has being subjected to a nointo'1 out t0 1-v Kum giMnb omp.oy.s a piont snaring op tllp that he feR portumty. accident relief and great KnnU-in auu iKMueuce Of his brother-in- m' Pleskia shot Nov. the in the Men Sprinkle Pepper Around Bank So That Bloodhounds Cannot Get The Scent. N'BW BERLIN. 0.. Nov early todav blew the safp of tbe yw P.eilin Banking company and had reached the inner compartment wheie' S3.SOO was stored when they were frightened away. They escaped with about The burglars bad prepared for work by turning out the lights of thoi town and sprinkling pepper about the bank so that bloodhounds could not take up their trail. It is believed the men were frightened away tiefore fin- ishing the job. Yeggs Get Nov. early to- day blew the safe in the postoffice and general store at Ontario and 'Kith S'-T in stamps and monev They eMaiH'tl on a hand car which theyjiaa stolen. stoie and arid kil.el At the session of the committee his his his sister and Tuesday afternoon W. retired his two and then shot him- IHITI 'hid banker attacked former self to death. Prpsifient Roosevelt saving that _lhe quintuple murder and the sui- Roosevelt a with the side occurred m the back room of a financial on little stortt building at a village for their support in 1904. ac- near Hackensack. cording to a storv told him by a Wall _.___________ street magnate lailroad man whom ho to r rnr 1 Barker's atatenent n-me in the mic'st of a attack on in which he alleged also that Piesulput had been given the of the impend- ing panic of months be- fore but trok no action to nrevcnt it HP declared that the Mdrirh rla-i the handi- work not of former but of a 3Ir Wnrhnrton. of bank- inc firm of K-ihn. Lwb Co.. of New York and that a fund of c-tartPd ro iistire Twenty Shopping Days to Have You Done Your Shop- ping Crowd Is Growing Every Day SANDERSON INSTALLED AS bpforp the the in thp i. latp Kiiitr w hit j 'u 'he jlaigch w 'IP lit fii auon of Ill-'fe n-- tlif Itilip- Of i'1 Tt aft 'the f-'rh'ts and have as in i the case SALEM. Nov a O' Ci ing. V85 fii'i'S at his hotue sto1.e ha 1 no ventila- oascious. LOS Xov. Wol champion lightweight. wa- stricken vith awiendicitK lotiay the fight with Wclsti. scho.d- nlecl for tomorrow a as Woleast operated on this n-orn-j nig. I i Declaring that the growing tendency imong joung people to ignore in rhPir purposes and fonbiituted thp greatest obstacle to successful efforts of thp joiing the Rev. Bernard G Mattson. of Mansfield delnerpd the earnest and inspiring sermon on Preacher v. ith ihp Postno Xofp.'' She public service Tuesday evening for the instal- of thp Rtn Ross Warren SautJer- -on as pastor of the First Congrega- tional church. In recognition of the two years of iithful service by their hundred memoers of the and friends of the gathered to pay their personal tribute to listen to the eloquent words ofi the main speaker. His address was lust the kind a young minister would1 as he dealt in a -landing fashion with one's duties the bead of a church. atheism is being re-1 placed largely by material leclared the speaker. temp- tations to commit the most reprehen- _ Sailors At Huron Shoot Into Air And Assault One Arrested and Fined. tKe WEATHEfb iv sible sins onlj constitute an expres- sion of the groat moral needs ot hu- on Page to thi FIUROX. 0. No-. here last nishr. and iud their u way until Mar- -i al Ftey appeal on ..he au-t i'.tt them under arrest arraigned Mayor ioff 'his mornng. they picas guilty. Four of them were ten dollars and and another. Henry fifteen soiiirs. tne ad- ditional five for fdi'rjT.a. foncealel veapons. The fines were pa.d and rta prisoners released The men amsuci K T George Covey. Kith J.llsz. '-I Temperature at 7 a. m. one year Dunniger and a'.l of tftem ago 32. iors on the coal boat Neltcn. Sun rises Thursday at a. After dtinking consulerall1 only to make some -men come home early at n.ght is for thpiT' w to be away on a visit. Fi.ir to- night snow flurries near the lake. Thursday rising temreia- turt aiul sets at i m. i the men rusnea aoont the shooting into the and Maximum tor 24 them niade an ending at noon -2A miles down Heniv v u at I.So edemas. fed the maisiiaj m   

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