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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOWIE PAPER j I TODAY'S NEWS TODAY AN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 66 Women and Children of Put To The Bayo- net by the Cossacks. SHUSTER REMAINS ON JOB AFTER DISMISSAL Contest The Legality Of His Removal From Posi- tion as Dec. thous- and women and cnuciren have been butchered at Tabriz by Russian soldiers ar.d the slaughter still continues accord- ing to reports received today. The Russian officers are reported to be making no attempt to check the cruelties of their men. The victims are bayoneted and their bodies looted. The battle between the Fidias and Kussians about the government palace is still raging. A large force of Cossacks airived in Tabiiz today. of homes have been sacked and and it is the en- tire city be The dis- missal of W. gun Sinister is said to have been illegal and he now le- tuses to leave office until forcibly re- moved. Sinister told the assembly membeis tiiat he was wiling to iesign whenever they should give the word but would cot recognize the orders ot the min- istry. Martial law has been pro- claimed in Teheran as a result of the demonstrations resulting from toe an- nouncement that Sinister had been ousted by the cabinet Enormous crowds gathered in the streets and threatened an attack on the ministry. Cossacks who been guarding the Russo-Persian bank which is located in the principal bazaar were driven away late last night by the Persians. About in bullion is in the bank. Advices from Resht state that the city is quiet but there is danger of another outbreak at any time. A massacre has been going on in Resht since according to official Peisian telegrams received in London. These state that on Sunday 500 PcTians weie killed bv the many of them being women and chil- dren The it is have been exhorted not to fight and not to give- the slightest but the massacre continues. Houses enteied indiscrimin- atly and women attacked before the eyes of other members of the while elnldien not spared. Tjue Russian artillery mowed cierj In ing thing in the once the thrown up by the Pei- had been destroyed. Resht is the capital of the province of GjbUan and has inhabitants. The government house has been bom- barded and many government officials and police have been killed. Prhate houses been demolished The Russian consul has de- clared indicating Russia's intention to take possession forthwith of Persian territ iv. __ It is reported from capital of the proiin.e of that Per- sians fired cm a of Indian troops were proceeding to meet the British oae of the Indian sol- diers being killed. There has been considerable trouble at Shuaz on ac- count of the boycott instituted against the Indian troops bj the Meilahs. Aecoiding to other the Russians killed foui unarmed Moham- medans in the Aimenian quarter of in the outbreak in that city 'The pe pie of sa-vs one stupefied at the atti- tude of espcvuuly .is these outrages have folioived immediately on the acceptance by Peisia of tne second Russian and when Peisia has shown and disposition to conciliate Russia and establish le PEESIDES IN P30BE OF DYNAMITING PLOT A Judge A B of the United States court in will pre- side in the implication there of the jdjnamiting opeiations participated in 'by the brotlieis and otheri. Tile tedeial grand jury will soon re- sume its probe. i jrm rjTf MICHIGAN TOWN EXCITEDLY AWAITS DISCLOSURES EXPECTED WHEN W03LLY CHARGED WITH POISONING HEJl SON IS BEOUGHT TO COUBT mm MOON Cleveland Speech At Night Be Most Important ot The Ohio Tour. SOONTOESTABLSIH TAFT Presidential Ca Wi'i Be Divorced Work Ai White WASHINGTON. Dec a tour j of Ohio and the rmadli1 Senator i Gives Up Struggle to Start Revolution. PLEADS ONLY FOR HIS P Says He Called Upon th-o Army And Peopie But They Failed LaFollette here tor.ig'.u to open his campaign the lep'ib n ation tor president His fiist speech will bs at Youugbtoun tomorrow The most important speecn wii be in j Cleveland the night of thb same day. From there he goes to Toledo and south to Cincinnati via Dayton. Filling a pulpit next Sundaj may Le an unique feature of the LaFollette tiip. He may speak at the invitation of Rev. Herbert of dncin- j nati. Next Monday o or taree I Michigan cities will be visited by La- Follette. This part of the itinerary is not finally settled but he will make several speeches New Years' day. Jan. will be spent in Chicago. During the quietude of the Yuletide ith senators and representa- j tives out of the capital the leaders and politi- cal managers are prepar ng to devote their attention actively to the forma- MEXICO Dec. Bernaido Reyes will be brought to this city and treated with all the leniency possible in uis case of a rebel who unconditionally throws dawn his was the statement made to- day by President Madero through Minister of War following the official announcement that the aged leader had surrendered and that the short lived Reyista revolution was at an end. Althougn there are a num- ber of Reyes men in Mexico the Maderists do not fear any outbreak when the general is brought probably tomorrow or Thursday. Sec- ret service it was stated will be stationed along the principal thoroughfares and an extra guard will suriound the prison where Reyes is confined pending the presidential announcement of his punishment. The news of Reyes' sur- render had been anticipated for sev- eial days. Surrender of Reyes. N. Dec. The Mexican revolution which was ex- pected to develop into large propor- tions under General Bernado the famous Mexican failed ut- terly and the general has given him- self up to the after plead- ing for the lives of his followers and asking nothing for himself. He of- ficially surrendered to General rrrevi- an old enemy. Ruling alone into Linarez the gray- haired rebel gave himself up to Lieut. Placido commander of twenty-five the sole military suaid here. Permission was obtained to telegraph a formal capitulation to Ten commander of the third .1'Man zone at Monterey. Reves frankly admitted his dream 01 another suocessfiil revolu- PEAD SOMS aoef SISTER MAY Birmingham Separated From Killed On L S. E. Traces. i LOSING HIS LAD PROBABLY EXHAUSTED President Taft's candidacy for ination. Tee most important of the matters to be taken up and decided before congress again demands the attention of the president relates to the creation of an unofficial outside organization to divorce the Taft boom from the White House. of The New School Wear Kid Gloves in New York Job. That this so-called divorce should .take place is acutely impressed upon the managers of tte president's polti- cal interests. Without unofficial and independent organization the pol- itical fortunes of the president are in- separably mingled with the public bus- iness which must be handled by him or his subordinates in an administrative capacity There is danger that this political business will choke the House machinery and make it difficult to give the necessary time and attention to purely administrative and executive j affairs. A great proportion of the correspondence that passes through the White House these days is political in its relating to a thousand ui more man- in one subjects incidental to the Casm betweeB 10 clock Saturday dent's campaign for renomination to the future of the party. That printer's ink figures largely in lattar- Dec. of the newer schools in burglary oper- ated on a safe in a five and ten cent store in Harlem and got away with nearly in cash. The men en- tered by way of the electricity from a live wire to operate their and with nitroglycerine easily blew off the safe door. Beside the safe were found kid gloves which the burglars had evi- dently used to avoid leaving finger which recently have led to the arrest and indictment or several al- leged burglars. Got Hoiiday Cash. Fi Fil- cenf The b'g safe on the second floor of the building had been broken open newspaper dippings are enclosed in i many of the letters The flood of combined with the usual run j of administrative is about to swamp the White House force money from sales taken. There is no clue to robbers. Woman Opens Fire. Dec. blew The tentative plan for relieving this i open the safe of the Crestline Build- situation which is almost certain to be ing and Loan north of this worked out successfully provides with a heavy charge of dynamite fm- ihp of Taft poetical which hurled the safe through the those who on political ness. CABINET GETS HOLIDAY- Dee. Taft today declared a holiday for his officwls wii' not meet with him again until Jan. 2. tion had come to an end and placed i.jt will be a convenient rendezvous for himself at Trevino's disposal. called upon the I called on the telegiaphed the broken no one responded. This attitude I repaid a- a and I am resohed not to continue this war against the government. I place my- self at your disposition. Reyes asked no guarantees t separate from the White plate glass window and across the which will take over and street. Mrs. Will who lives handle all matters connected with the across the was awakened by president's candidacy for renomination. the noise and opened fire on the two This would as nearly as it could burglars with a shotgun The cracks- be worked out in actual a men returned the but no one of politics from after whirh they hastily retreated tial business. The without living secured anv booty. one is established will be in the city of Washington. Ths hunt for Taft delegates throughout the country will be directed from this headquarters and for on Page Consideration of thp plan has pro- reeded as iar as the suggestion of names for executive head of the Taft political bureau. Theie appears bi- very little doubt that first choice M3W p 2n Claudia of the administration men will be Ar- divorced wfo of slayei of thur I. Tons of Ohio. Vorys is William Annis. denied the re- a demoted friend of the president but T'01't that she he also has become comfortably es- taiu Hams to lemany Cap- story is entiiely Physician Held As Accomplice Is Alleged To Have Made BAD MICH.. December 26 In a dimly lighted cell in the county jail here there s-its a a strange uncommunicative sort of a per- son from whom even her jailer shrinks with an uncanny waiting for the day to come- when she will be taken info court to face her accusers. She has pleaded not guilty to state's charge that she poisoned her Cyril who died mys- teriously at their home in Ubly. near here. Next Thursday is the day set for her preliminary and still greatly wrought up over j here are the conclusions lie came to- Councilman-Elect Oracfe Satisfied With Fiiter Plant Councilman-elect Henry Graefe chair- man of the new finance made a quiet little investigation at the es Searched For Kin 'rJi Noon W'ie.1 They Lea Ted Sody Whiis body of a little ..J who had been foJnd dead on the Lake Snore Electric tracks at Cey- lon Junction Monday Isy in a morgue re'atives John Perham. a EirrrMrtghsm lad. were the coiintrysiae for him for hours. Not until Tuesday did they learn of the f.ndmg of a body at Ceylon Junction and soon it was identified as t'nat of the missing boy. Tne death of the lad was a tragic ending of a Christmas day celebration. He was aged about seven years. The Perham boy was a son of Mr. and Perham. living ca a four-acie tiact of land one and. one-half miles west of Birmingham. -Tire-family is poor. Tae father de- cided to spend Christmas day in Ner- and he took the lad with him. Early m the evening they started fcr home. Just what route uas taken has not been definitely established but one repoit says that they walked fa Berlin Reign another that taey lor'e on a Lake Snore Electric car to that place. According to Birmingham the father had been drinking. At any the boy went on pre- sumably to walk to his home along the tracks of the Green Line. Evident- ly he became and followed the Lake Shore Electric tracks in- stead. Foi so a lad it was a lon_g walk after P tiresome day and it is supposed ttat he became ex- hausted and either fell asleep along ftln J--.' her is awaiting with intense the disclosures expected at the hearing. John W. the prisoner's also died and it is remembered that the last ill- ness of two other sons beside Cyril was of a nature that caused wide- spread suspicion. aided The Huron county bv Sheriff Donald is investigating the previ- ous deaths in the famih. It is pre- dicted that he muz Mrs. Spar- ling about them if the oppor- tunity itself in Thursday's examination. Itlie tracks or did not hear a car ap- filtration plant Sunday auernoon and j proaching. behind Wm_ That hfi ffiet with foul play and the body was placed on the tracks has also been suggested but this is extremely doubt- f.. i That those who have been in charge of the worts department show- ed incompetency. That the recent repairs to the fil- ter plant sedimentation basins were useless. That the filtration plant aft- er two years' repair is in- a worse condition than when Contractor Lightbody left it That tests made Sunday show the plant is leaking worse than ever. And he promises to stir up the animals on other in ful. The body was found between the rails about 100 feet south of the Ceylon Junction station. No one at the station had heard any outcry on had seen the boy. The father arrived tome on the last supposing- that the lad had preceded him. he that the boy had not a search was started and early Tuesday morn- ing relatives in this. They could find no trace of him but at nooa learned at Berlin Heights that a connection with the department lines' family insists he i tion plant Sunday at the time tests will be fully exonerated when his were being made to determine wheth- lie is held bo .g body had been found at Ceyloa McGre-or the Spar-1 Councilman Graefe visited the filtra- This cleared up tte mystery of County Coroner who gated the beliefs that the cumstances point to death wheels of an electric car. The body was first seen by Jlotorman at p. It is the belief of coroner that the boy was run over a car earlier in the evening. Superintendent of the Lake Shoie intimated in his the cars of the road did noc case comes up in circuit court Jan-' er repairs recently niade on the south 26 He treated Cvril Sparling sedimentation basin had been success- in his last illness at rested charged with he asked to be bound to the ful. found that there were cracks in i the walls of tliat basin worse than Miss liar- 'I e'.er saw there declared Mr. gaiet Gibbs. of Port a Graefe. ''In one the water held an accessory after the i ered inches in that basin and from She is free on SI. 000 I calculations of former Filter Plant Sheriff who swore to the Superintendent Lehrer. I learned that complaint asainst Dr and then arrested him. declares he 1.000.000 to McGregor after the and I worse sbane now. after all the tink- that the doctor asked him if the ering been done than authorities were going to exhume the it was when Contracted Lisrhtbody other Sparling bodies. 'If you said Dr. McGregor to continued Sheriff MrAuIey. 'I know you win find poison T have known it all and told Dr. left it The officials seem to fail- ed to meet the situation. It looks fo me as if it were necessnry to carrv thp floors to bed rock and line the en- Is with a senieeanlei He dared that if a car had run over the it was very probable that there would have been more said that the if run over tire interior Conboy so before the old man died .cement In place where the re- If you fellows will take up Albeit were just the leaks arc Sparling and find arspnir ii hir-- I j worse than T will have more to know a man who can make Mrs. sav about this Ha be- tween the would have been horribly Viangled. The opinion of the Lake Score offi- cial leaves open the question of pos- sible foul play under the cirenni- on the theory that tae bociy thrown between the tiacns. t oro-ier Knoble thinks there Sparling confess' i The at the filtration plant i's m this idea. said 'For Gfld's why don't i Porth .-odi mentation basin AB unusual featuno of the von get that's nust what we j last Contractor O'Don-j no injuries j ne'1 and witer was turned into tiip' tile Crushing of the skull on the McGiegor answeied- 'I would havp i Ratin-iny for the time to look in the slass to mid him Phenr MfAulei furthor that McGregor said sent tne woid that you fellows w en- there and tor me to stick to the same story thct shr told Prosecutor COLD WAVE WEST IS COMING THIS WAY Boomhower. That was the time lost fo ildcn p in in a lucrative law prac- said. tire at Columbus since his ton father ofin my I cuiison into presidential politics 1 tne also denied the it is said to be doubtful whether he tJo-''i-'Jii Hap..-- i-iotner ot Captain I would to give up his remunerative nn'' Claims H a iral GRAND RAPIDS MHO. private business to take charge of the today the be- Warren B. Stunscn. a we.l known rail- renorteil eight bnlow Taft boom. Howpvor. he seems to be the reallv took i road man. to pTFidonl J H jt was apd still1 the most probable selection With Tatt 'larip Boston Thornton P. Hugart of the Ranii- In- JdtL Hains was particularly bitter toward died suddenly. He was fallmst. A big drop the top and ngni. sme it was rub death occurrpd a short tirre i before bodv was found by the mo- jforraan. as it was still and ncc 1 ..tiff j was fiirly well dressed in a sweater with a dark striped suit. Wo TTQO CLEVELAND. Doc. showed western' states to be in the grio of a cold wave Lake Klecfric Brl Dec. which is moving eastward Central r'-ed here about mWnisrnt. in to the uudertakina of -U estab- Ciaim Famous Humphreys De- cision Exempts Part of Them FrosTi Testifying. Dec. Humph- rey's famous deci- sion mto the ti of the beef nackers here today when counsel for the defense asserted thev vouid o jcct to all evidence offered by the government concerning ihe packers Fiior to Specific immunity was asked for Edward Tilden. Francis A. Fowler and Louis H. on the grounds that had in- formation regarding their business and under the Humphrey's decision were entitled -.o immunity. By this move the defense hopes to keep out evidence regarding the old pcol of packers which is consideied important. Alfred H. Veeder was the first witness called and Judge Car- penter ruled that he might answer alf giving the deft nse the right to object. Later arguments Vvlil b-e heard on striking all testimony from the recoids relates to business pr.or to 1905. 'arket hife hf with vigo. throughout the country. thanked. old. ture is foiecdsfed for Ohio. The man who has something to sell should take the way to the Market place The more people you can tell about wares in one thebetteryourchar.ee for mak- ChUPCheS Of Salem Want Tfie' Papers Enjoined From Giv- Anythu'ig you have for sale will find a purchaser if advertised i in the want column of this Whatever jou v.ant to buy look GRAND RAPIPS. Mict P. Johnson. of the Chicngo has bought the Grand Rapid News. GERMAN SINGERS WILL NOW HAVE SAENGERBUND AND ARION SOCIETY UNITED Cor. Secretary Henry Fernau. Secre' A. Kolb. Harmony m as well as in is to bp the a.m of the German of henceforth Gerr-.an jas y step to br.ns ns a the for was the home of Saengerbund and Viion societie.- nctpci societies. The most Mt. Vernon Prisoner Says Co- iumbus Thug Headed incen- diaries and Burglars. ing The Testimony. for it to be advertised in this DaDer V It Dec. doubt that Rev C V. P. Ritfheson would go to trial Jan. 15 as scheduled on the charse ot murderircr AVIS were It is the live market place for em-j dispelled today when his plover and emolovee for rents A- stated h- aucuon business real estate wanted and for to cell shortly before j i sale. Look at the want ad page noon will be well by in this paper and see YOUR '-'fln Hai'1 OPPORTUNITY. Have your want ad in tte next issue. loggprheads. famous of these was the old lor one big oieanizat is to Maennerrhoi. formed about 35 to in which is to Maenneivhoi. formed about 35 MT VERXON. Pec. Most people known Maennei- Tins Ing organisation was the i nves here are toda-v searching for a their earn- With but one puipo-e in fiist one from Sandusky to attend a Columbus man believed to head sa ing enough money to that of forming a new society whiL'h to the of burglars Ahmari rnnnvor rank in po'tit of membership and at Cincinnati. The Sandusky singers as the result of a confession duiodu to retov.r Wltll famous German were accompanied by tao Gieat i Mayor of Ceaterburg. societies of jears memoers of the em band The German sinrrng i nonnced had been by Aric n and Saengerbund societies met society organised here was Tbe i Selhy had been held rith Snow or anj the new organisation sinn Later came the Concordia and Foster brothers in connectioa i rain and colder to-'Thete was a split in the Saengerbund after thot the Harmonie The Liedei- McGuire store robbery and fs Wednesday four vears the Arion so- forced even was a I_.T _ .'r _ ______ and ciery being formed at that time. erj'ceratuie at 32 looal snows miich a. m. one year'active members and H is hoped to m- The new society starts off with 35 olics. ndid oiganization of Geiman Cath- Saengerbund was formed about IB the Hulse blacs. According to that he went to Columbus v Charles Foster where the robV-r Members of the Crombie street San Wr-dnesday at a. m. 'chuich of have started and bets at p. campaign which has spread to every m. church in Boston to have lo'-al j Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours papers enjoined from printing t'ie i ending at noon today 16 miles nortli- facts of-tae trial except the verdict least at Tuesday morning. crease this considerably. Prof. Leon-'twelve years ago at Link's hall and jwas planned .A inaa whom lie coVl long instructor for the Saengpr- 'was of great strength until the break jnot recognize directed the plot 3 has been chosen as director oijiame which lesulted in the forming cording to the story Bust the Maennerchor. Offiicers elected aie tof the Arion society. Since then both I Selby told. Fire Marshal Zuber K t as MielKe Vice Diels. I societies had along without strength which 'Sill the union of the two. lowing every clue in sf T. ing up the gang if such an tion exists. SiFWSPAPFRI   

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