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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 25, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER JO ALL ITS FRO DS AND THE STAR-KHiRNAL SINCERELY WISHES A MERRY CHRISTMAS. J TODArsTlVEWS TODAY THE USKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 65 La Foliette Opening Wednesday Expected To Way For Following Speeches. WISCONSIN SENATOR IS HOT AFTER TAFT SENATOB LA FOLLETTE TO INVADE TAFT'S HOME STATE FOE PRESIDENTIAL SUPPORT Week Will Determine How Far The Progressive Move- ment in Ohio Will Dec. ond only in interest to the arrival of Senator LaFollette in Ohio when he makes his first speech in his to break the Onio delegation to the national convention away President .is the .speech which Gifford Pinchot is to make at Medina Friday night. When Senator LaFollette gets start- ed in his Ohio campaign at Youngs- town next Wednesday noon he is ex- pected to talk straight from the shoulder coming out stronger than he has ever come out against the ad- ministration. He is expected to at- xS. FA.NX1E EVERETT. I PFP Rl P nil UDLIu r. Sun Yat Sen. Who Started In Conference at Shanghai. HOSPITALS PREPARING FOR NEW HOSTILITIES No Official Word Has As Yet Been Received From Premier .nous IN IDE MANY n Lu If Inn 1 Crowds Astir At Eariy Saw Christmas'' And Clear Senator Robert M. progressive republican who is an ac- tive candidate against Taft for the presidential this SHANGHAI. Dec. Sun Yat who planned the to- day is holding an extended conference with Wu Ting foieign secietary in the revolutionary cabinet and chief representative of the insurrectionists in the peace confeience. Tang Shao imperial the announced today that he had received no reply from Piemier Yuan Sha Kai regarding proposals of the rebels for a republic. They refuse to talk of dividing China. Hospitals Made Ready. Dec. comes from Pao which is one ot the im- portant that the hosp j.---------- uiic iiuojuleUS I there are making p-reparation to care It is believed'now that the senator 1 and from Wisconsin will for the time being keep away from the subject of the can- didacy of Former President Roosevelt and that nothing will be heard about that until Pinchot takes the stump in the progressive movement in Ohio on FrrHay night. Despite the fact that interviews have been given out in New York to the effect that Pinehot does not speak for President denying the story that Pinchot would deliver to the republicans of Ohio a- message to the effect that Roosevelt would not be a there are those who be- lieve that Pinchot will have something to say on the subjett and they are awaiting with much interest what that will be arid what -affect it will have upon the progressive campaign. Wealthy Girl Working in York Siums Weds First Convert. i Huron County publicans Organized And Make Demands. that the imperial government intends j to renew hostilities. It is believed that i Premier Yuan Shi Kai sees the hope- jlessness of the peace conference which j is now going on at Shanghai and -evi- dently desires to repeat the moial ef- of the capture of Han Yang by retaking Wu under pres- ent conditions should fall easily to the imperialists. A reliable Chinese report has been leceived from Chung King that Tuan Fang's head is being taken to Hu-Peh ransom. Tuan Fang was former- director general of the Hu-Kwang railroad. i SPECIAL MUSIC AND PRETTY DECORATIONS Inspiring Services .Vto.'jced Bo- gining of Notable Day of The Boy Of Who Has Suf- fereti Much in Dispensed Sunshine. SANTA CLAUS REMEMBERS Little Richard Whilenaan Cen- ter of Interest At Sunyen- deand Are Dec. NEW Dec. 25 A romance The statement made by John D. of the Bowery where all the the organization of the Huron County Fackler. the proressive head of the men make the Hadley rescue home I Progressive Republican club here late anti-Toft organization in Ohio in tfl headquarters began today with j Saturday a special commit- which he read Walter of To- L. f out of the progressive movement tlle honeymoon of Charies H. Kron- 1 tee was appointed to make all arrange- is expected to brinsr a reply from the and his the former ments for the meeting to be held here state chairman which will have a bear- Anna who left a palatial home j at noon which is to be ad- upon boom and the in to work in the A summary of the work of associat- ed and independent charities ia San- indicates positively that not one poor family here was overlooked by Santa Claus this Christmas. In over 100 homes where nearly 250 children the day was made brighter because ot the good work un- dertaken here this Through Mrs. Paunie hu- mane the Santa Claus fund was used to the best advantage and through her knowledge of conditions in the and with the assistance of the Circle of the Sun- The several thousand Sand us- ky people who were astir Monday saw the nea approach to a Crtristrn pavements being coverefi wl' a heavy white and they also saw a clear sky and the wo nder- _fully brilliant morning s'ar it i the east a beautiful Christmas set- ting. The observance of holi- day commenced the first church bells ringing out at In many of the churches early morning services were held. In St. 1 Jiry's and Holy Catholic churches the celebration off the first high mass began at as d at Sts. Peter and Paul's tb.e service began at o o'clock. The churches were brilliantly ilsTued and the -il- with their Christm-os decora- tions and flowers were beautiful. In all of these churches services were also held later in tha forenoon. At Calvary the first ser- vice was held at 6 and a sec- ond service at 8. At Grace church there was a service at 10 Tn the Zi- on Luther in and St. Stephen's Evan- gelical churches there were also ser- vices at 10 o'clock. At St. 'Paul's Eng- lish Lutheran church the sendee was held at Crowds attended the early morning thp churches being filled to rapacity. Special musical programs had been arranged for all. All remained closed during the day with the exception of a yendeaud club and the Sunshine soci- groceries and and with the holiday rush business in gen- eral was suspended. aresa LaFollette 'onette fnr mav fly befoitr the campaign in slums. Kronenburg was her first con- i Ohio is Very old vert. Tbev were married last night. great gathering is expectea. including The other foreign P0ln- Six months Miss Butler began many delegations from nearby towns dexter Clapp and are exrect- her work in the rescue hall. To re an.a cities. ed to follow in wake of LaFoFettc a burly fellow Prosecutor L. W. -Wickman himself and stir up tht who had run the gamut of life chairman of the club and all over state. which men fall into along Attorney R. R. of Belle- At Cleveland great preparations a re JIiss Butler made her special secretary. being made meeting at wMch She got him a job and Resolutions were adopted unani- LaFolIette is to speak and it will Tie a nim stlck idle hours she niously renewing allegiance to the re- _ -------J-T----- _. T-----. nnhlinin narHr onH rl cml a o- on meeting i theeaders there can made him spend_in her sight. Love make It one. An anti-Taft conference has been cRlled in Columbus Jan. I and bv ttnt time it wifl be known jusf'hoW the of the Wisconsin is liable to take in the state and to what extent nrosrrr-css've movement is to be carried through. and marriage followed. DKXVER. Dec. January 1. new dwelling houses have been erected. The num- ber of houses now shows an increase of over the number occupied at this time last year. progressives we stand for not the de- struction of the but for re- newed life and vigor and greater op- portunities for promoting public wel- that we stand for not nor for any purpose of effecting a political machine and Change Pleas To Guilty After Fleecing Thousands of Vic- tims in Stock Sales. XEW Dec. punish- ment for earning on a stock swindle by mail alleged to have extended over a period of two years and to have netted millions in four promot- ers of the firm of Burr incor- were each sentenced to a year's imprisonment on Blackwell's Island. The prisoners are Sheldon C. president of the his Eugene who was secre- and special privileges in government and to that end we demand from the rnexpectedlv they offiered of ety were enabled to carry on their work systematically. The Sahation i PhrktmaQ Army and G. A. working also accomplished much good among the city's poor. believe that every poor child In Sanduskj will have been taken cars of by Monday declared Mrs. Everett Monday. Everybody to whom cards had been sent oat announcing that baskets had been provided for them by the Santa Claus called Services Of Sunday In most of the local churches Sun- day special Christmas services were held. In most of the churches Christmas exercises were gifts were presented to the children. cial musical programs were also ren- for them and some who had been ov-i derod m aoollt eveiT erlooked also came and were AL tlje Congregational church the care.of. This morning I received of the morning worshri was de- letter from a little boy who resides in voted to Christmas exercises. Sev- the Bast End. Last year we saw that i eral Pleasing selections v-ere r-qnder- Several solos were j also rendered. a merry Christmas I I been led to believe that this year he had been taken out of the city by his' father. He still resicl- ing with his grandparents and his _ timely letter resulted in a visit from j sermon at the First Re- --.c subject Santa Mondav .school entertainment In t'ae before in crjm. Fellows' work in fandusky this 5 ear tate governing committee an oppor- jnal -branch of the' united States cir- will be the children's party at the Mrs Ijverett on Sunday and was day received telephone messages or thanks from happy parents whose chil- dren provided for by the Santa Claus fund. A crowning feature of the Good Plays Santa Glaus and Gives Gifts From Regu- Far Tree. tunity to express our choice for presi- dent at a presidential preference The following delegates were ap- pointed to the state progressive re- publi'-an conference to be hel-j in Col- nmbus January L. W. Wickham. W. R. Pruner and C. L. XEW YORK Dec. Carpenter. Chicago Junction. j George S. New E G. trai.-i monkeys of the Bronx j i which have achieved most of the pensive habits that belong to had R R. J. G. Rufus Burcham Promised Mrs. Harmon To Abstain From a Christmas tree their own to Fitchville. El K Jen-1 P. Dec. Sunyendeand club's splendid home afternoon. Fifty-five chU- dren between the ages of 5 and 12 jears will be tlia guests of the club and at the conclusion of a great after- noon's these and girls will be given i Little Riehaid acrd 3 until recently a hospital pa- tient is to be the of honor at the Sunyendeand club s affair. Richard at Good Samaritan hos- for over three having OIYHF Non-Partisan Gathering To Consider Municipal Meeds In New Constitution. Dec. 25. Louis of Sandusky who was day. Curator Ditmars and Engeiholme fixed up the tree with as much care as if it had been for hu- man beings. the monkey who made her- self queen of the acted as Santa Claus and trith almost human distributed the gifts is Dittnars had ordered her. Each mou- kev rceived a gold chain and collar one of those named as likely to ie- I toectaer with a set of building blocks the Christmas failed with which Prof. again to receive that happiness to- holme is educating them. A stocking f-iil of candy was given to each Sim After Mrs. Jfarmon had extracted' ian. froui Rufus life prison- er in the Ohio a to lead an upright life and to abstain from all intoxicating GOT. Harmon granted the inan tne Chiist- mas pardon. Burchman wras sentenced to the pen- itentiary for complicity in the murder in 1S03 of a Portsmouth. for which crime Mose TV as electrocuted June 1904. Just before he was electrocuted Dec. Johnson made a statement to Warden here today are mvcstigatng the hershey in which he exonerated death of Jack Harris tom-priv cnpr- Burcham. Hershey promised Burch- rine paotner of Jake Kilrane and am teat he would receive the next hoi- j0hn L. found in his shack may paroon. but beiore he could pre- at Cosopolis near here. He was seat the matter to the drop- ing in a pool of Mood and is belief- A call has been issued by the Mu- I President Trft starred in the role or lmrtergorle a serious operation in'n'.'ipal Association of the Santa Claus at the White House to- the were comfielled to oldest civic oiganization in the state. -An official distributed the gifts to Char- the bones In one of his lor a conference in January of delc- I-eci dead of heart failure. ed to have been murdered. Dec 25- patch from lev. Robert -Helen and Mrs. Taft. DeSpite the conditions under which Kates from the 84 cities of Ohio of an extended engagement with tribes-1 when the faroily met to_ exchange the bov was confmed at hospital. 5.000 population. The call is en- men on Dec 22. The Spaniards IDS' Later the president and tho was tbp most rbpor. dorsed by the of the first nine killed and thirty-eight wounded s attended church. This Goo1 samaritan hos- ten cities. The number oi delegates. I terrooa president plans to evcr u was b.. appointed on the basis of will be c and attend a theater to- all that own bin The conference will Tne famous Taft smile _ivo much in evidence. j on Page t You don't have lead some men water to make them drink. j DOUBLE HOLIDAY APPRECIATED BY MY TIRED PEOPLE AFTER BIG SATURDAY TRADE A personal letter has been mailed to each mayor-elect asking him to 'name delegates fiom his city. It was suggested that be selected partly from officials and partly from citi- he thought it would be a good idea to Isend delegates from Sandusky. P r orecasi. To hundreds of the Christ-1 urday nisht. for the day was one of the i conference imap of 3911 hat been the best they busip'-t have e-.er experienced said JIajo Fesler. sec- nave enioyed in j than Ciowds of shoppers packed the in speaking of'the thty expect to enjoy in serial years imost of the day and until late at night i ts a meeting to consider needs of the icason that it was a deliveries were made up to mid- the cities of the state and to ally fair tonight sort of double with two j night. It was the greatest 's busi- i how the cities cap t of rest. incss a number of stores have eyer ex- welfare. An effort will be ir anaTuebdaj. cold- Tired rlerkSi deliv- according to pleased to get an expression of state'-wide sea- er iate tonight ore-y boys and manj others who found and all agreed that it brought .timent on what provisions the cities T rt burdens in the last week be- total for the holiday season up to included on the new constitution the weie especially grate- the usual figure it did not i we consider that more than Temperature at 7 one for the two days of rest. Usually' establish some new records The mer-1 fifty per cent of the population of Ohio year IS. they are compelled work until a clerks and others were glad in cities it would seem that Sun rises Tuesday at a. late Uour Christmas eve and aie too when the lights could be turned out they should have some voice -n de- and sets at p. m. tired to enjoy their one holiday. the doois locked. They their own form of And they were unusually tired Sat- ed thpir double m HlFWSPAPFKl   

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