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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               fcr Section One-Pages 1 to 20-PAGES j THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 57 Prosecutor Miller Closely lowing The McManigal Con fession in His Probe. LTOLLETTE'S PAPER SEES LESSON IN CASE Says Method May Be Means of About Settlement of Dec. der he caption Peace Possi- Setator La Follette in the leading editorial in his magazine urges abolition of the conditions that produced the McNarnara type of labor leaders and a reforma- tion of Industries sug- gesting ti'iat perhaps golden sateme may bring out a new way of settlement. The editorial declares that the M Namara cafee itself is eaded even though the punishment meted out to the offenders may not have been se vere enough. Who Furnished Dec. 15 as to who furnished the money for the of all the dynamite which to the various dyna- miting jobs in the McNamara dyna miting scheme was instituted by Dis- trict Attorney Miller in the Indianap- olis grand jury probe during the first day of the proceedings. It is expected that it will oe shown that others than John J. McNamara gave money to Wt Manigal and that checK stubs will b- produced. Ortie B. McMatiigal in his confes- sion told of at least having him. and said some person SSTohaTMcNTraSthe after he and James B. blew up a MCINamaia _ Cleveland on June he had a dispute -with man oror the amount he was to receive and In consequence J. took the matter iu hand him- all the way For the Cleveland job McManigal said he and James B. were paid each. Mrs. Andrew J. now of Kim- who as Miss Edith Wlne- hrenner -was bookkeeper for the In- ternational Association of Bridge and Structural Iron and who was familiar with its money receipts and was closely ques- tioned by the district while into the grand jury worn were taken stubs of check books and accounts of the association covering the five years during which the explosions place. It was during a large part of these five years that according to his did dynamiting for John J. the convicted and often in com- pany with James B. McNamara. An Important feature of McMani- gail's confession attracted attention to connection with Mrs. Hull's visit to the district attorney's office. This was the admission by McManigal -4hat he usually received about for each and that when he complained that part of the money was being held back from James B. McNamara had admitted seeing the stub of the check and said John J it HARDING'S FATHER WEDS Marion Physician Takes Bride and Keeps His Secret Several Weeks. Dec. George Tyron prominent physician and father of Warren G. conspicuous Ohio politician and of this and Dr George of married Mrs. Dora a of Ander- KEW EEVOLUTIOiN ON TAP Ev MEXICO MAI JiESTOEE CONTEOL OF KEPUBLlC TO DIAZ CONCERT MANAGERS SEEK MARBLEHEAD TOT AGED WHO IS PLAYER AND COMPOSER LORETTA CLEMOMS La Foiiette Himself Ready to Open Campaign at Cleve- land on Thursday. HOUSE PASSES EIGHT- HOUR WORKMEN'S BILL Judge Blair 'Demands That Wilson's Head Fall In The Says Their Acts Are Menace To Organized Labor And All Society. ARE DEPRAVED CRIMINALS 'ormer President Bitterly Scor- ed Labor Leaders Who Championed Their JOSE LlMANTOUP REYES BACKED BY FORMER DIAZ MEN Dec. Dsc ments aie about complete for the turn- ing loose m Ohio of the LaFollette spellbinders the recent demonstration m this city tor Roose- velt aftetted the ardor of the LaFollette followers heie. Senator LaFollette himself start the fliewo'-ks at Cleveland on Thursday and it is that ev- ery one of the SS counties will be touched by some of the speakers include men of prominence in the pro- gressive rnoiement Another sensation was created here when the telegraphed rrfusal of Gov- ernor Harmon to attend the Jackson day banquet here Jan. S was received. It is here that the Ohio gov- ernor refused after arriving home when he found that William Jennings Brjan was to be a speaker at the same banquet He had promised while here to attend the banquet and was slated for a speech. Efforts will be made to have him reconsider his declination of the invitation. President Taft will be in Ohio two the last of next month. He ac- cepted an tendered by Rep- resentative to speak at the dedication of the fedeial building at K THE SILENT. NEW Dec. a woTO -on geneial pol'tics or anything else. if I am to be a as this like a licutoi b homo Col. Roosevelt snapped jaw M IS NEW Dec. within a few days will be plunged Tin lU-nXTnTnn 1 VHLU1U. LC W UV yLUU.f t UJB ja w McNamara as- .'idepr-aved 'again into civil war if reports when he said this ishing his irimmals -who have oa their seared flave reached federal authorities here ouls the murder of so many innocent are true. mting case 'he Outlook. Col. Roo on of sy ynamiters He says in mitted by the .he blackhand ociety. Little Loretta daughter of. debut at the age of at a. chil- R. M. of Nottingham and dren's concert. She has composed a hall dozen one of which sae formerlv of is only Delayed Shopping Because cl Rain Means Big Business From Now MERCHANTS PREPARED TO MEET CONDITIONS Saturday and Early Days Next Week Likely To Be Record- Bieakers in hon years but alreadj concert man- or Of iiarblehead her birthplace. agers have been attracted by her js a grand daughter of Capt. wonderful skill as a and of the Marblehead life sav- ing to overcome the objections of ing and her mother as for- parents to permitting her to beg'nj merly Miss Amanda Eberwine. a sis- Despite the fact hat the weath-- er man stiil seems hostile to San- ta Claus. Sandusky merchants an- ticipate a big Christmas shopping rush Saturday and early next week. The weather forecast is for or snow'' tonignt and but the fact that the time before Christmas has become so short means that heavy buying must be crowded into the next few days. Most merchants are agreed that the a professional carear at such a ten-Jter of ex-Mavor George of j thus far has not been up to ex- der age. The child made her public i Jlarbleheaed. FUND STILL SHOULD BE DOUBLED neoaore Kooseveit in an titled is by ex-President for-mer Vice President and sway. lew on the famous dyna-in the current issue of Minister of Finance Limantour General Reyes has assembled a great force which is reported to be Jan. 30 day and evening where he inaugurate a widespread of the Tip evelt decries any to wrest control of the the White npathy for the from the hands of President Taylor of oecause they and restore it to Diaz and of Cinoini n what they regarded as a aalf of their as with a small but well equipped is said to be Hilles. then made on Se' rous in its folly and in the mountains near of the pai i murders General who led the the situatic that the leadersh he forces for Madero in the president's a the interest of organized not one whit in Mexico in the last is at the head of another organized from L C. the state executi1 from those committed by or by any band rebels near Juarez. When the uprising it will not be mark Vorys has called and are small towns in the in months initely heavier menace against the ports of intention of 1 great though the men-le community the menace e of honest organized seizure of the customs which are the sources of revenue of the present a get-to all Ohio republi greater movement against all sr president bitterly scores aders who championed the tJjQT- begin at the same hour of the same dav. The head of the movement will be Gen. with a D ed today tbat Cc and declar-ive rendered an evil ser-union cause. He insists ieves in unions but that mnst their faces like any effort to identify the ganized directly of American soldiers oi and English and German officers who have been hired by Rexes to lead the fighting. One of the best known leaders now in the service of Reyes and commanding a large machine gun detacn-mpnt iq one an talK at tne Un night with York member of lican the meeting of Washington this out to support Ro idency An ani ith anv movement which or way benefits by the of crimes of lawless is A w who was imprisoned at Managua by President Madrid tfor participating in the revolution in Nicaragua to the two than an hour. Fer reporters tod iolence late la f 1 7 rl t Q 11- IN LOOT UooU uil K. Psss Eig ill uULuiLiiu nirnAl ft BLOWING lie buildings com o way through the tiro Grand Central statioa mmpe 1 in- to an automobile a'U whizzeJ He uie of Jan. 29 in Cleve- ill attend the ban- ecanoe club. Representa- l was While C. chairman of upon Senator Bur- It is significant of he administration to get-togethei-policy among SANTA CLAUS FUND Previously acknowledged A F-iend..................10 Carpenters' Local ........2.00 Robert Bach ...............50 J. H. Herman 5.00 Employers Herb Myers Co..................... 8.25 Citizens Banking Co....... 5.00 Third National Exch. Bank 5.00 Total The Santa 'Claus fund didn't quite reach the mark but it made good gains and if responses come Saturday as the total should be amount. considerably labove that Employes of the Herb Myers although they must be tired at the end of a week's holiday found time to take up a collection which netted 25. J. H. Market street also found time to send in a contribution of becoming a member of the Good Fellows' while the Caipenters' local union contributed The Citizens' Bnik- ing Co and Third National Exchange bank each contributed handsomely. But days now lemain within which to raise the fund which is to make many boys and girls would otherwise be overlooked by Santa Claus. There are still many Good Fellows who not sent in their share and some organizations are yet to be heard from. Saturdaj and Sunday should bung many con- tributions and it is hoped that on Monday at least will be on hand. Will YOU become a chatter mem- ber of the Good Fellows' club by sending in if you can't contribute a laige will you at least do your The smaller amounts are just as much welcome. The time is short and you MUST ACT SOON. Remember the boys and girls who are likely to find empty stockings on Christmas nioming un- less all of us help. Meets Ward. ec was learn- lonel RooseieH M on League club last .m L New the week announced at committee in that he was Coshocton and Darke Brought the Total To That Figure On Thursday. WIN BY OVER 500 ed conversation itinued for moie Ward dodged nev.spa- A reporter met nght but he re- Business Men Take a Hand in Bringing About Both of the Dec. win- ning back two counties which voted out saloons in Ros- law eleUious To take care of the holiday an- v nouncemeits of the merchants in anticipation of the final week of Cfiristmas today's Star- Journal consists of twenty pages. in thls'way readers are given all f the news of the day and many in- teresting features as well. The wise man and woman will study carefully and be able to save time and money in the snopping rush that the thus is sure to come. pectations and the reason assigned is the wretched weather. Conditions ail this week bate been bad and it is parent that people hare been putting off their holiday shopping from day tu uaJ7 hoping tor sunshine ana ary. pavements. In this they have been disappointed. Since express or mail packages to go any distance should bs started not later than it be- seen that there will be a rush oa and that this will continue through next week That the cost of has some effect upon holiday business is generally- admitted. Opinions vary as to its however. Merchants find despite the prevalent be- lief that much is needed for necessar- ies of people are bujing holiday of better quality. With and factories running so that few men are there is no valid reason why the holiday as a snoulft not be up to the usual mark. any tfie merchants have made preparations for i crowds and doing an immense busi- ness In the nest seven days. Christ- mas comes on Monday tcis year so that the rush will take place one week from Saturday night Thee stores never presented a more beauti- ful appearance than this the Il- lumination being better ever while goods are better- disphned The down town seeHoa reesmbles more and more a Greai now that the stores are open evening for the holiday rush. At the express offices and at the- post office the rush has hardly com- menced as yet. delated shopping he- ing although some packages are already being sent out. More Business Than Ever. Christ- mas at the Chicago post office is ap- proaching high and it is alreadr apparent despite the doleful theory of many merchants that the high cost of living has reduced the puMie gen- erally to purchase of necessities i that all records will be broken 'this jear the volume and value of holiday presents sent by mail. The bulk of the excess of Christmas mo so lar is m the foreign mail I but next week tbe clerks will be Work- ing day and night in their straggle to keep up with the avalanche of do- mestic mail. During the present rieek the foreign-bora residents of Chicago Stork market wires brought a ru- have sent tens of thousands of money Friday that King j in their of had been assas sinated in India. The report spread to say nothing of Asia quite rapidly but it proved to be un- Airica. founded. A special to the Star-Journal at CLEVELAND.' Dec. 15 j includes appropriations blew the safe in r H Dexheimei's new public and ewplrv stoie at Bedfoid early today j amount of the aggipgate escaping with jewehv worta jtions promises to be laige. In tehou tea and 4 lwe f0H Dec. from No one heard the explosion and the last Thanksgiving day. The i Kasbin that the Russian soidiers h d robbery was not discovered until the more than im from stove opened for Rev. Charles of the First Baptist performed the cere- mony The day following Dr. Hard-jtneir homes to make quart-sis for the ing returned Marion and his Suarrl troops is being de- remained in Anderson. I here Mass meetings were I held and the people urged to stand bj 'W. Morgan the American. A telegram from Teheran stated sev- eral of those pvicted from their homes froze to death in the snowstorm last night. Says Steel Trust Ore Rates Are Exorbitant From Lake Erie Dec. was called as a wit- ness before the steel investigation committee today to riscuss freight rates on ores between the lakes and Pittsburgh. Oliver said the rate of 96 cents a ton charged by the steel trust lines from Lake Erie was exor- bitant. He thought 50 cents a ton would be a fair rate to leave a margin of profit- It costs the railroad about B8 cents a ton to carry the he said. Lindberg Ijjpeafted before house rules com- mittee in support of his resolution providing for a special committee to probe the_ Lindberg Seclared group of. New York bank-1 jrs now dominated the entire financial I jyateia. _ _ J Seven Shopping Days to Christmas BETTER HURRY AND SHOP on Page three comties King George is absolutely safe decently on WOI1. Rumors that he had been as-j tion of i staining countj pionimtion. Cosuocton letuincd a majority of sassmated were first circulated this' appropna-' Darke gave a nui-lmomng but proved untrue and sending out the reports later lecalled' PROPOSES BUSINESS of about for the The wot campaign in Uoshoction s led the Citizens league fife per cent of the voters signed the f ne caused some excite wet petition and 90 per cent of the especially m business ciircles. retail business men eniolled in the Christmas Guests And Christ- mas Gifts To Make Dash To England. NEW YORK. Dec. 15 monster ship Lusitaaia pushed into her j pier at 7 15 this morning by 11 tugs and then began the record breaking- task of unloading and loading her so she cculd said at 4 o'clock tomorrow the last ship to these shores and take Christmas voyagers and Christmas presents to England Even before her shore lines made fast barges bearing tens of -coal had been warped alongside and through her hatches it disappeared like magic Cfrdered in advance By wireless heaps of meats and provisions already were assembled on the bulkhead and jftrey were hustled aboard with the ftfeight The Lusitania fc due in Liverpool at 4 o'clock Thursday FORMER POSTMASTER DEAD AT CLEVELAND PARTY TN POTJTTfS iCHUens giving their pub- -LAiiii us rujjinus pledge to that lf saloons are voted should be rigid- lj i emulated. To that end the league has tailed a meeting for morn- i with the and the CLEVELAND Dec to frame up oidinances to c Dewstow 7ft' Three jears ago the countv voted Cleveland and a C. A. R. died Mayor Says If s News To Him And He Hasn't Decided Who Hell Name. C A persistent rumor Thursday aui had it that Robeit L Wasar t of the firm of Judson and Wagar. I to be Majoi Lehrer's next appointee Clifford about the repoit. be the ruial distucts over- here todaj. Death resulted from' to I havpn't powering the city of wnicb pneumonia whicn followed an onpra-'cided upon tbsl Position p-a-vp maiontv. This time _ smoe recent be- the and 500 majority. JOttS JR. John president of the Association ol Manufactur- and A. Parker counsel for the have attracted at- tention bj the at the Na- tional Business Congress in j afternoon in time for all her tfasseu- that a third political party be formed and proems to reach tbp far-j by business men. Party rule they parts oOJreat Britain for Christ-1 has Keen fraught with per- imas day. to tka nation's trade. ujunt.-. t'hlb tiine _ the city went 1.063 eight made several side townshins voted and the country precincts had but 193 majority. V.'omen took little part in the cam- paign this year besides passing out ji hand bills advertising W HElO and holding prajer meetings all day. j Other than several bonfires and red j fire on street corners was no demonstration in Coshocton and ab- solutelv no disorder. Three jears ago twentj-six saloons were voted out It is estimated tn.it twenty will open on Monday. In Darke a heavy rain did not prevent a full vote being but the balloting was without any demonstration The made their greatest gain in the seat. Saturday general election by A C Sr King lanced tbe Temperature at 1 a. m. one year'when Engineer Smith and carried that city by towns which were exceedingly j three years ago gave good majorities to the Three years aeio thirtv-eight saloons were driven out of business when the won Jjy a majority of 272 Belrnont. Mnskingnm hours pmiine at noon tsn miles ri I King of opinion lover water worKs department j there has been coasidtrao'.e tion as to the probabilities of En- gineer King's re-appointment. The major hat at no time ir- dicated that he dies not intend to con- tinue King as city Th fh i though he did not wane the wa-- i nere s j ks department under King s 'can astonish a girl I vision. m v. t Robert L. mentioned moie than to knit a M Kuut.g was fQrra tie for her brother .deputy county surveyor under Sun find IIP will Smith and also unOer wear it i Schultz He was candiaate '_____' republican nomination for COM 5 two years ago but -.v t 4' n Forecast- Rain oTiat the primaries Cliffor.1 K snow tonight and latter was in turn r it ago 34. Sun risss Saturday at a. and sets Masimv i was received. It is I mayor and h i at 4-04 p m. jsultatioa at the fos inn ftind velocity for times njo- N.l fnr counties are to vote Saturday. east at Thursday afternoon. job.   

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