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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               L THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOUR1XLAL. FORTY-FIFTH YEAH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 45 Rumors Say New Premier May Take The Chinese Throne in A Short Time. ADMIRAL SENDS OUT TWO MORE WARSHIPS New Chinese Loan is Approv- ed And Cash Will Be Avail- able To End Dec. Yuan Shi Kai has granted a three days' truce for the purupose of discus- sing terms of peace with reb- els. In case no agreement is reached by that time the truce will likely be extended 15 days. The national assembly convened in secret session in Pekin at the request of Yuan Shi the piemier. The Franco-Belgian loan of which was negotiated by the Japanese Baron Cottu was approved. Tie sum of to be delivered to the government thnnigh the Russian and Belgian banks here will be forth- coming immediately. There had been a significant move- ment cf troops in and out of Manchus departing and Chinese tak- their places. It is reliably reported that bv reason of trese changes the garrison is now almost equally balanced between Manchu and Chinese troops. The reason for the change __-_LS__ Phi Kai feared an oijt- bTeak among the troops wh'ch would result in anti-foreign disorders Feports are serlouslv circulated in Pekin that yuan Shi Kai intends to assume the if not the throne Friends of the fearing for his assassination bi either Mancbjus or solicited sevewiT of the foreign legations to take measures to protect him. The through the dean of the diplomatic in- timated their willingness acquiesce. Consular repprts received in from Sze-Chuen. dated Nov. an- nounce that the imnerialists defeated the i-abels in a pitched battle Nov. 27 at Njng-Muan. in the south of the province of Sze-Chuan. The mission- aries are safe. The negotiations opened1 between Gen. Feng Kwo com- manding the imperial troops at Han- and Gen Li Fuen com- manding the revolutionailes. for an armistice continue throueh the me- dium of the consuls. The eovern- ment considers that the armistice al- rfmdv has gone into but Lieut. Gen Feng Kwo Chans reports occa- sional firing occurs at and Han-Yang. General commanding the rebel has not reported whether he will accept the armistice but there is a that he will consent. If he does the rebel and imperial leaders will meet at Shanghai to con- NEW LOS AJVTGELE8 TIMES PLAIST GOING UP ON SITE OF THE SETENTY-FOUR-YEAE-OLD GEN. OTIS AS FULL OP FIGHT AS EVER r NEW TfMES BLPC AID SANTA CLAUS TO VISIJ ALL CHILDREN The Star-Journal Fund Collection Starts Today And Prompt And Liberal Responses Will Insure Happiness To Many. THE SANTA CLAUS .1911. The Enclosed please find. Santa Glaus fund. for the Name Address 7 AFT ADMITS ERRORS AND TALKS OF PLANS LOS Dec. full of despite h's 74 Gen. Har- rison Gray Otis is watching the pro- giess of the new building for hfs Los Angeles to replace the one de- stroyed by the explosion and fire which cost 21 and for which the Mc- Namaras are now facing charged with dynamiting. Gen. Otis established his paper in 1882 and 21 years ago began the con- flict with union labor which has grown more bitter every year. He is a typi- cal refusing to budge an inch. The Times calls the ref- erendum and recently adopted by the state of 'triple It opposed woman All the so-called progressive measures remind Gen. Otis of anarchy. Insur- gents are beneath his notice. Gen. Otis is fighting something or somebody all the time. If it isn't la- it's or a rival newspaper. Many buy the Times reg- ularly who feel that they are enemies of the publisher. They read the paper because it is complete. It has about all the available telegraph news ser- and its staff of editors and writ- ers is large and capable. It is not a dull paper. If it were less of a real its. circulation might dwindle on account of personal feel- ing. Elder the settlement outlined bv Yuan Shi Kai. There are persistent re- ports that 'lie premier ha his eve on the regency or possibly the throne. Friends of Yu.in have nsked the for- eign legations to 5 t him he is throateir-d with assassination by both Mancfcus and Chinee. Sends Two Warships. i. NEW Dec. taken for granted. I dictated that Taft defends his own acts and outlines j speech to a stenographer on the cars between two and glanced through it only to straighten its gram- it was sent out by the press with correspondingly little so that papers received it in all sorts of shapes. I had prepared it two or three weeks before and revised it deliberate- as I ought to have I should have clarified several passages. I should have changed the sentence where I proclaim the Payne tariff act the best ever passed. SANTA CLAUS FUND The A Friend 1-00 Anonymous .................1-00 I Total Here we are to Santa Claus As has been the custom for several years the Star-Journal will UK dertake to raise a fund to assist San- ta Claus in providing for all the boys I and girls in Sandusky. including thosa i who might otherwise be overlooked. Several hundred dollars have been raised each year in way and money has been expended by charita- ble workers of the under the di- rection of Mrs. Fannie hu- mane officer. The Star-Journal's Santa Claus fund not the purchase f.t shine girls and others will co-ooer- ate in the expenditure of the fund and in this way. with the assistance of all others who may be -s hoped that no boy or girl in the entire city will be overlooked THE TIME IS SHORT AND THE XEEDS ARE MANY. HELP MAKE IT A REAL MERRY CHRISTMAS FOR ALL THE BOYS AND GIRLS. T coal and other sur plies for needy but rather for the CHIL- DREN. It is the intention that ev- ery boy and even though his parents might be imposition to welcome the good shall be vis'ted. It may be necessary to press an auto into but Santa and his pack must go to every home and must leave gifts for the warm caps and perhaps shoes and skates and dolls and toys and candy and oranges and oth- er good things. In other words it musi be made a real merry and nappy Christmas for all the boys and girls. To this end the Star-Journal invitea oontnibutions it urges prompt action for the fund must be complet- ed by Dec. that necessary pur- chases can be made. The fund off with a total of and this will doubtless be greatly increased in the next few days. Contributions are so- licited from various organizations and from no amount Is too small or too large. The pennies Serious Results Expected To Follow Invasion of Persia By Army of the Czar. ASSASSINATES WRONG MAN Attempts Are Made On Life of Persia's American Financial __ Will Introduce Bill Early To Ap- propriate For Sandusky Building. THINKS CHANCES GOOD FOR FAVORABLE VOTE Pubiic Building Bill Al- most Certain This Winter STAR-JOURNAL Monsey Building. Dec. sentative Carl C. Anaersotx of the Sandusky entered his appearance in Wasnington fop the winter session of congress tjhis morning and took quarters at the New Varnum which fs with- in a square of the capitol buiid- ing. Very few members have yet arrived and Anderson is one of the Congress -will convene at and the it now seems will be many matters claiming attention. Tariff and anti-trust legislation will com- mand chief attention. Upon ms arrl'-al family tofey- ST. Dec. has ordered troops to the Persian frontier to enforce her demand that _. ___ W. Morgan American treasur- j after harbor interests and will Mr. Anderson made known his pur- pose to introduce several bills oi great interest and importance to dusky. One of to which La expects to give particular attention. will appropriate for a new post office and federal building- whicli are sd greatly needed. TneVesens antequated building and the ram- shackle annex if he can secnra the necessary be replaced a handsome and modern adequate for all purposes. As it 1C a foregone conclusion that a building bill will be passed this TVUU Mr. Anderson is confident of se- curing the appropriation he or at least a very substantial amoant tor start the -work. Mr. Anderson also expects to er of that country be deposed. Un- less Persia acquiesces she must fight and the chance of being gobbled up completely by Russia and England. The decision to move the troops was reached today when Persia ignored the and nickels and dimes from the demand. England's position indicates his policy for the future m an author- ised interview which is printed in the Outlook under the caption Taft's Own The interviewer takes the president through the im- portant acts of his administration and the president defends his acts by have tried to do in each case what seemed-to me to be tne wis- est regardless of its effect upon my The interview in part of the tariff Mr. if you could begin your ad- ministration would you repeat your Wmona speech the Interviewer asked. in yes Had I known as much as I do I should have realized that there_aie_ uec. Admiral tning8 one cannot leave to be Murdock of the Asiatic station has in- 1 formed the navy department he has sent the collier Pompey and the gun- boat Quiros to Nanking. This will make a force of four American war- ships in the Yangtse off Narik'ng In addition to vessels of other eomtries. The cruiser New Orleans arrived at Chefoo and is in a position to move quickly to the near-bj port of Tient- sin. on the raHroad line to If occasion should IS Made That PrOSBCU- tion Heard Private Conver- sations With McManigal. dren wity help swell the total. At the safce time.Vlthe. names of any children who are likely to be ed unless the attention of Santa Claus I sia. is called to should be sent in. It is expected that the Humane So- the Circle of the Sun- that she is giving her moral support to Russia. Shuster's handling of Persia's finances is offensive to Rus- LOS Dec. bit of twisted wire dangling from an tipper window led to an investigation bj counsel defending James B. McNamara and the attorneys became convinced The comparative would have been a i that the walls of the Los Angeles Persians are Bitter. Sand Hill Far whatever its heard many confidential conversations the act still contains less to be criti- The wire runs from a window in Dec. anti- Russian demonstrations occurred on the streets here following the action of parliament in refusing to agree to Russia's ultimatum demanding the j deposing of Treasurer Shuster. Re- peated attempts harve been made to assassinate Shuster. j Parliament's rejection of the Rus- sian ultimatum is believed to be the forerunner of grave eventualites. Shuster's supporters assert Russia has placed a price on nig iiead. Ku- to slay cized than its and it as a revise the existing sched- 'I had no fault to find with either democrats or insurgents for trying to reduce any duties they what I an unoccupied room on the second j floor. I of the state's main witnesses in the I Left Home Just Before Tkne For Feast. ter have been made and the authorit- erate with other northern Ohio con- gressmen. is mr he said a half million dollars could be spent judiciously and to great advan- tage on the Saadusky will urge that the balance already appropriated for Huron an4 Vermilion harbors be expended at and that newsppfopriations DA made to continue necessary new work. The Taft presidential boom is have more publicity. The ment today of Sherman. au perienced newspaper as ant secretary doubles the force whisn heretofore has consisted of Gus Karger of the Cincinnati Times Star. Tariff Board Taft Asks Compromise Dec reports of a spirt iu the tat iff board on the wool President Taft today conferred for hours with. Henry C. Esn- are endeavoring to secure names j erv and Alvin H. two of those inspiring these attempts. 'Ders the board It is believed hs is constantly under j insisted on their giving him such in- I Educated Persians assert that the sal- formation as they had at hand and 3 r-nimrrs vation of their countrv rests alone that he will prepare a message on trial_of McNamara for the death BODY FOUND FRIDAY with the young American minister of schedule without waitinr for a _____________ finance. I 'ill report James B ac- D u u ou j. D i L'J. In an interview with the United itne n'emher of the did not at- baiU He WOUiU onOOI a naDDlt Press correspondent Shuster do- the conference. Taft is said to dined to go into details concerning'ha'e hope of a attempts to assassinate him He ad- Amherst Boy Dies From Wound And Exposure After Dis- tressing Accident. Russia. Great Tritam France and Ger- many each will send 1000 troops Shanghai next week the United Stetps. taken no a-' cord'ner to the navv vrij- fhe tnid no hid from M Calhnnn at Ppkt'i nc j j j since and Mat no hour' the witnout protection would dispatched at h's re- Thursday before help arrived. His quest. The Fre-1 Ulem who ac-i- fchednlerl Prnve Mm-in dcnta'S shot hi the e and will be IirM'n'tpV to WLeie the wou 'I 1 b... lying Charles J. one of the objected to is disturbing the business i twenty-one men killed In the explo- nothing better than guesswork to pro- saw McManigal in the upper room of ceed and then disturbing which the wire dangles _ j afresh six months later when the best A detective and rerhaps a stenoe- available information is before us. rapher were in the lower but I do not join in the charge of incon- for all piactical it is said sistency against the democrats for i the wire placed them in hearing of compromising with La Follette on the i persons who talked to McManigal wool schedule instead of standing bj j while the grand lury was in session.1 their own figures If they could not This is the decla'ation of the defense tret all the reduction they asked for. has no documentarv evidence they were quite justified in taking But Instead Fired Shot Into Own were quite justified in what they could get. My chief criti- cism on their tariff activities last sea- son was that they were filling to send me legislation so crude and ill cli- Dec. that thev must take troous to China 01 ricr is given. the n BTI n at it. e but failed to find anj. ie r flcs e i p a st imp ami e'an r when He Glow .ski buy nr i ti a v of le-T5 he v a1 'rom the stuirp of the Klein boy's si ots went wild Tl e bu'l t struck the eye and tiated the skull Tin boy d-cpped to the around tae boy lan in search of help The wounded boy was almost as he had no protection from the weather save a light coat. He was car- ried to the nearest farmhouse and giv- en medical aid He died at 8 o'clock __ The two beys were neighbors and school chums DENVER. Dec. Gertrude---------------------------- Patterson decided not to leave Denver nABnrui cnB VrtllTOCV at once todaj. A storm of protest ASK PARDON FUK YOUTSEY has arisen as a result of her acquit- John Glow- t ey had paused to think that I could yeais lemanied thiee not possibly jour tariff reduction program based on tee theon that it will bring about a reduction in the cost of tlrnk that that effect is great'y My ch'ef objection to They had small a needlessly high tariff is that it nour- ishes monopolv. It holds forth a con- stant temptation to the formation of 1-ttle trusts which often are more di- ''-e subject except a piece of the wire. should not wonder a bit If it's tr'e.' P Ftnrt Srl PsVed if a dirtaphone had be CP'1 raanne'- re notMie iini1cnal tbat iusf n roind to mitted. that his body had saved him on sereml Discussing Ruga's atteirpt to force dismissal he said' ''The demand for mv dismissal is actuated by my refusal to recognize offioial'v R'tas'a's snhere of in northern sia If I had acceded to the czar's dprnpnd I wo'il-i have betraved the people I so Of window shade or c Chat no or.e wonM -n-'ro to the pane it ind nr to the Leaving his home ten minutes before the d'nner was to be the spirit of day not appealing to appar- because of worry ovsr triv- ial Ralph well-known fsrmer res'dmg nejr Sand ended his life so e time Thursday afternoon. After a long neighbors found the body Frday fortnoon_ Of the former imlstei at was assassinated todaj in Fiont of his lesidcnce at ar- to a rews e It is be'ie'ed Dowleh for his brother w-ho m- volved m the Dowleh is Shot Down. Do- At a Ed Dowleh visted bv On Page Governor Shafroth.and Others Say Mrs. Patterson Freed Through Sentiment. 'sel 1 roth and prominent men and women have denounced the jury's action unwarranted and based sentiment. Mrs. Patterson wants to forget the name of Patterson. She will ask the on cure ReleJise of Governor Gocbd's Slayer. CINCINNATI. Dec. 1 -Hundreds of are being circulated New- courts to grant her permission to take Dayton and other back her maiden name of Gibson. Kentucky towns immediately across Judge her announced the river from this asking for that his client would not run away the pgrdon of Henry who is from the criticism leveled at her. She serving a life sentence in the state has changed her mind about going prison as an accomplice in the murder he and instead- will remain of William who was sworn in i in Denver until the storm of deniui- as governor of Kentucky on his death i datwa lias died bed. j Nineteen Shopping Days to Christmas .DQNTFORGET THE BABY BUY THOSE TOYS TODAY v of later the After roa4 i was taken hpfore the I a oil -frD I said Ort'o T nevpr before in Jmv he to his friends. pmfh evidence thf state i this its couRsel Will SRV So far as known Dunkarn been acting sfantelj. altiioua'h he was known to be worr.-msf. Mrs Dunham had made considerable pre- ration for the Thanksgiung din- ner and was greath surprred w1 ho Cook his single-barrel sfaot-gi.n about ten minutes before dnner t.me and aid he would go out sho t a bbit. She thought it some whim so waited for him but when he -id not returned '-ome b' -he went to the of Ed a and the ala.'in Then e went to the home of Henry Barnes Hahn Barnes and George 'T Parker after doing tve rhore work at the Dunham began P. search for the missing man Other cren were summoned I te'enhonv and the unc-le a'so m the search w-hich was jury He wtmued until midnight re- F. J. Assistant Manager of Chemicai Passed Away. It nchides of of to fo F. Joseph assistant manager of the Jarecki Chemical and ona Shuster. whose dismissal the best-kn0'1 n residents and bus- iness men of the died at Provi- dence hospital at T o'clock Fti'lay the result of a sinking spell which flex eloped aoout midnight Aa- t o mccment of the bemsr al- moirr wholly case as a by Fue shots were firerl at Ala FA Oowleh. four of which effect TV oundM man is reported to inec' a few minut's assassin es- Genrlarres several hut all nio'se' mplicated m the a rail- THE HAGUE. Dec. 1.- campaign against the suit. Fridav the search was re- and. after several the lifeless body w-as found in a sheep- nen on the John Gallagher not more than a quarter of a mile from Dunham's across tht- fields The man had evidently plated the muzzle of the gnn between and had presced the trifrser with The top of his head was blown Ben F. T3rnich had beep with his but arrived a hour after the body was found. Coronor Knoble was s-imrnonpd nnd the hoflv WPS turned over to Funeral DIrertor Marquart. to I the morwe here The coroner found world wide it a olain case of siiMde opium Dunham is survived by his wife and a A gill thinks man who knows how to admire her hat has more brains than one who only knows how to run a railroad. were not great shock to his friends and business and fraternal associates throughout the city. I Mr. Z-ellpr was taken to the hospi- tal on October submitted to SB I operation for appendicitis. He rallied' from and seemed for a time to be He how- to gain strpngtH. Thursday to be i-onsiderabl hut about midnight oesrau TO Members of the fami'y sun- inoned but later. death did ror seem imminpnt all except left. The end came sud Mr teller had been the JarecVi Chemical Co for 21 years. rising from a cleriea' position to rtst of assistant manager in rhatje of iiu- Sandusky flant. He 6 months and 11 hrdlushd Gcueral- h fair tonigl t a'.d member of the ot C warmer the C. M. H A. ard the Kn of St John He resided Arams street. Temperature at 7 a. one year The wife and three clausrhtr tonight. 32. opened here today when the Interna- brother and three sisters residing in Sun rises Saturday at a. m. and conference convened with Michigan delegates from nearly every cHilized Funeral He no children. sets at 4 03 p in. i nation. most is tak- j ing the leading part it is Maximum wind velocity for 2 Hiours will be held from Sanrt Hill church at noon 22 miles south- Monday morning at 10 o'clock. at Thursday afternoon. Misses Zelma and 3 ler. and two M Schell and Mrs Anna M vhe h'n1. Funeral jot been completi'd-   

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