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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               8 THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY R -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 68 S It is La FOLLette. Dec. Norwalk Turns Out Big Crowd of Progressives to Hear Wisconsin Senator. REGULAR INTERURBAN UTILIZED ON THE TRIP Itinerary For Michigan Includes Seven Speeches Commenc- ing On Next Dec. walk turned out many pronvnent progressives from this section of the state to greet Senator Robert Marion La progressive candidate for the republican pres- idential who arrived here shortly before noon from Cleveland. Senator La Follette arrived in Nor- walk at Thursday morning ac- companied by John D. of secretary of the Ohio pro- gressive organization. Judge R. II. of and the senator's private John J. Hannon. A big grouu of newspa- per men was also with. him. SON OF MRK EANNA AFTEK SEXATE SEAT Senator La FoMette put aside all question as to the pronunciation of his name during the reception here. _ county commission- er and a announced j John D. who stood at La i Foilette's right. said Mr. j I want to know is how in i thunder do you pronounce your v j name. Is it La or is it i Ls La the lauchtna. t g'ad to hear Vr. j Eirck. giad to know at last j was 'WHERE .RUSSIAN SOLDIEESBAYOXETIXNOCEXTW03IEN AND CfflLDEES IX STEEETS OF INVESTED PERSIAN PRISONERS TOETUliED PAN. .MANNA Ohio po'itic-ians are interested in the piohahle for the United States senate of Dan R. whose _ A committee from the new the late Mark was for sive organization of alk met him yf.ars the most powerful and influen- at the car and escorted the senator tial member of that body It had not Attorney Veeder Teiis of Plsns For BiHion Dollar Beef Combine. PANIC OF 1903 INTERFERED- Presents of M.Hiops Were To Be Made To Packers In Dec dacu- mentarj evidence that the ttn packeis on trial heie made repeated attempts Competition Is Expectec and Ail Houses Likely To Be Filled. COLD WEATHER FINDS OPERATORS PREPAREB- Keiber To Be A Big Factor But P'ans Are Not at once to his the been known that who is a coal to organize a syndicate which would where he went to his room and in-ar and iron ofeHBaron. had senatorial as- combine all packing interests of the j few minutes to Ceatral pirations. James R. Garfield was the country and that finally organ- where a crowd of over 1000 people man expected to give Senator Theo-1 ized to this end the National Packing' had gathered to hear him. The new dore Burt0n a fight for his seat Pro. Attorney for the gov- According to reports from the Pei sian cities of Resht and Russian troops are butchering en and childien in the invaded towns in a -wanton manner that recent Tnpolitan atrocities gentle in comparison. One thousand aie said to have died in the massage at Tabriz Persiai soldiiis who te'l- into the hands of the izar's troops were subiected to the most inhuman tortuies. state armory was tilled and the sena-'gressives SUSpiUous Hanna. --4or-was- met with much enthusiasm. Local Leaders Not Present. Vihile Sandusky and Erie coun- ty were represented at the La Fol- leite meeting in Thurs- the was not very great. Leading republicans of the in were conspic- uous by their absence. The Lake Shore Electric reported no unus- ually heavy travel to the Huron Fear Oh 10 NatlOiiai COITfmittee- county At the close of his speech. an 'informal reception at the' hotel Avalon where he took lunch fore starling at on his journey man Will Throw Wrench Into Machinery. today resumed the examina- tion of Albert H Veeder. By using 20 times their individual net earning as a basis for capitallzition the packets added near M550 ot watei to a proposed billion dollar or- ganization. This fell how- Veeder as Wall street would not advance loans. Then tine National company was His examination too1 Wednesday and he ling statements in expla'n jury the plan to form ud Russia Prepares For Campaign And Orders All Who Op- pose Hanged. Dec. far to Toledo where he speaks tonight' com- Senator of met mitteeman from has done noth- La Follette for a few minutes m agamst the boom of Gov- Cleveland this morning hefore the ernor Harmon for the presidential progressive leader left for Norwalk. but makes no secret of Clapp was on his way to Ashtabula tne fact that he hcpes the governor where he will speak tonight. Both Wjij Eot nominated and the had iust a few minutes before their fnends fear that he may stait cars left but they stopped long enough something at the meeting of the na- to congratulate each other on the tional democratic committee that is to progress of the campaign __ De nela in Washington oj. January 8 Informed that President Taft to select the time and place for the would follow his Umr next month national convention La Follette progressive Qf course Mr_ Oai.ber wm be th cause will sweep Ohio. I have met and it .g not ior Wm tQ take an Breakers and I know inactive part in anything. Governor La Fdllette will not mention Taft _nt trv _T on Page Harmon is not to be there. Wm. J. Brjan will it is heme the fear of tbf Haimon boomers that a few shots may be taken boom. Letteis have bctn sent .0 mpny piominent deipo. rats in tac who 'are known to be fuendly to the gov- ernor uigmg them to be piesent m Washington at the time of the meet- ing of the committee and co attend the dinner that is to be tendered to greatest trust in the world. These contracts were surrendered by Attorney Albeit H. wiz- aid ot the beet tiust and unwilling witness against his own clients. They begin with the conception ic the mas- ter mind of of the plan of a beef trust and end when the impending panic of 1903 squeezed millions of dollars of waters out of the blue print-. The contracts set forth tne system which woith of packing ac- stock and good will were to molded into a corpor- ation with future. So extensile and liberal were the plans for the packers that Jacob H. E. H. Harrioan and James E. Stillman were to be presented with of stock for lending their aid in making water look like assets. Another or so was to go to the sjndicate was to furnish the The first plan was to include the Jlorris and Cudahy in- with a capital of divided as follows- Preferred Comon After the promoters had Tailed to a fiflancc propositioil through which tae expected vnLLoeb fc Ca ot yew the plan President Has Arranged a Into Own State To Offset Progressive Move. take place. Governor Harmon is keeping a. close v atch on Senator of and vrds changed to provide for a capitali- zation of but the condi- tion of the money market made it im- AT. W Din bin of Kenton. op- to finance the modified mer- ponents of his presidential boom. He Veeder testified that E. H. Harri- is also keeping tab on Senator trouuD not a mpmbei of the m- James Stilhimn and other New sui gents in the sr.irtf last York financier c. not a warm supnoitcr of the tnent was made at Wate House to- einor's measmes day that President Taft has determin- ed to follow up Senator LnFollette on a two or three day tour of Ohio. He will speak at Cl-neln-a Columbus Jani'a'-y Akron January 31 Other dates are considered. No explanat on TV as at the White House but thv rr.iion.ioe- ment followed c'11 of G. with tnc It is known Taft has unornind as to the progress of the LaFollctte cani- puign Hardin .s-o.Hd IIHTC ST. Dee. ty thousand troops of all aims dispatched to Peisia today. Oiders eie gnen to han all Persians have participated Si attacks against the czar's soldiers. At the war office it is believed jueparations are being made for an extended campaign against Persia. Significant of the dangerous phase of Russo-Amencan it can be stated if ington addresses St. Petersburg with Sny grieiance lelative to W. Morgan Ambassador Bakhmetieff -will be recalled. Russia holds that Shustei's pub- lishea messages to America are suffi- ciently insulting to entitle her to give Peisia the option of war or dismis- even apait from his antecedent It is undeistood that the regent aud cabinet of Persia desne the ap'noint- ment of the F E. the principal assistant Mr. as the new treasurer-general of Persia. It is more however that M. the Belgian ex-di- rector of customs in TV ho some months made himself prominent by his hostilm to Mr. will receive the position. Great anxiety is felt in diplomatic over the fate of W. A British consul at Shiraz. who has not 'jeen seen or heaid from since his In- dian guard was attacked PeiMans wlile escorting him from Port of Bit- shire to his post lie don't know why those college pcr- fessors go to Dgypt to f'tg up mummies Ut'n there are so i many eggs in cold I IVianchu Princes Are in A Panic And Fear That Rebels Will Take City. Dec. Members of the Chinese royal family t_d 10 flee from Pekin today I to au to have fur- n'shed the capital the nmount they were to tec vji SinnonO'Mi T e ir.t- G.sa'. -si F Swift was to have been president ol the merger Edward Moms ana Michael Cudahy to have been vio2 presidents and J. Ogden Armour chairman of the executive and finance The witness told of the organization j of ibf Xntional Co March is 1nfl3 but IT bnd con- General proposed merger. al- HAS FATAL WRECK and continued cold Friday fair slightly warm- i Exchange-Telegraph trom er. at 7 a. one Temperature year 33 Sun rises Friday at a. m. and sets at 1.11 p m Maximum vvind velocity for 2t hours ending at noon today. 4u miles west at Wednesday Tien Tsui. The Manchu princes are in a panic believing a republic cannot No Interest Was Manifested in Cor- poration Dec. coun- ty farmers 'faced a blinding MEXICO DC- 2S Bcipaino r.eyces guarded not 11 iron1- v.ill reach t'nis PTTTfRrRPH. Pa 2R nty latp this OTI or to- notable holars assembled heie for T. morrow nronabh 'ir- tried and ymt raeetmc ao LaFollcttp senuneut in Ohio. ino as utt'e f'e as PO-- of thp state is for s ml silue of his aiiual 'niil tirp the Areheolowal Institute That the that bnounced rca_ there was an umpt demand ior tne Ohio trip was by the fact that onp of tho s. n.-dilfd r.t Akron on Januarv 31 jiil force che sxeciitive to asrain ns ''e in dinner to the Tuc iUnner .r then postponed to.Ian U an tPcn to the anno n i j further postponed For1 some time past the president has consideriag a tup to tut tho decision tod-1.- i-'m'i txicrd PROGRESSIVES EAGER LTOLLETTb OX a Deo. Engineer William Dunn was Lacey Terrell fatiilj inj ired and sev- eral passengers hurt early today when the ''Fljiccj the fastest pissenger tiai'i Chesapenke and Ohio was near heie The en- gine left the tiacks and rolled a bark. Why Walk j The Streets trip to two or 'hree m the president's homo stat complete surprise as a Dec 27.- cut ot the oiitpoanng ol n thib to 1 Taft of is vested in tisiaction bopids of dnectois controlled by 96' nil nut toartean of t dummies. He said men soon disappear and Robeit Makes Two Speeches. LaFcl'ette if thty look- if the consolidation is peiroittrd iub' Tne Gray's armorj pioceed it eni in trp i was packed 10 the Uoois long of twc Standard Oil a J Piei pent Morgan. Barnes R Gnrlelu nas a member of Taft will mak'S 3 ics tie noa.- for the arri.ed ana ror.ies to Columbus on January SO to when John D Fac.x er int-oiuced tho ake pnrt in the of ne-. j USsconsSn aspirant for the building heie. One cure' ui a glowiu be his set speecn at the Hcdu ceived an .vlnch ii wiil of court'f t.e free from pol-j il at Ohio tics This will delivered at the i and doing. the reception and denied a wilding at 2 p. In the iivuer is to ba tendered him at eulogy Ire ra- rpport that his name had been indicatel sanction He said that' are up it was by his consent that served i and he entered tto hall with Senator I the The cnator talked direct from the LaFollette ani John D shoulder acd d'd not min-'e words. of the nvn state about the party masters. The chamber of com- p.is it the Vi enterta'n the prefeident on water and telephone com- in it industrial and financial insti- ery man the ba11 t id a lancheon at noon tutions. _______________. _ inia. j He charged that control of They save ev- should looking for a house rent when a 25 word ad vull bring to a full description of such a rent as you want. It's time and trouble saved to acK ertise- for nearly everything vou You can buy and sell reai make borrow get into fecure competent heln or get a ration by using the c assif led ad section of this paper. It costs only a cents to run ad for three or six days. If ou have never tried this way to obtain your do it now. Have ad in tomorrow's issue of this paper. storm and rolled up a dry majority of 525. But for the severity of the weather it is probable the majority returned three years ago of 933 would have been as the first vote was considered to be Tght. The wets carried but four of the tlv cc'-ity pare a wet majority of reversing a dry majority of fifty nt the former election. Every other in the county returned clr'i majorities victorious dry forces were led by Gen. Wells. S Jones and former ctnte Printpi- r p Johnson wh 1 foimer Shpnff Jo-snnh Ponnvan wa in chargf of the cppipiiCT v a derulod v. amarent but the fai' ure of thp leasup which recently votPil v. to restr'ct nnmber and ulite the conduct of which to ibe connfj of thp county rontnbutc'l larrolv to the cliPnsp in ppntimpnt Tlio election devoid of mpnt or and no irregular are reported be prevented. Reports also state the rebels were preparing to on Pekin as soon as the armibtic ex- pires. The empress dowager and the Man- priiues stated .abide by any decision reached In a national confeience to de- cide upon the form -of China's future government dispatches state which almost equals Chi- na proper m will be proclaimed independent simultaneously with the cutting off from China of the vast de- pendency of Turkestan. Both will pass under Russian influence and will become Russian protector- ates rf at any will be able to annex them. A Grand Khan will be named as monarch of Jlonsrolia 1 The construction of the trans-Mcn- Railway for which Russia lias long sought permission from now be a mere matter of nsarer to Pe- kin by three ol four clays. Kussian influence will vsus. the Japanese sphu-p in Manchuria peril- and a Japanese alliance for the sake of preserving .laoanese interests mav sooner or later be expected. virtual asc''pomenT was bptween Yuan Shi Kai and Tang Shai Yi to let n national c invention fecifle bebeen the and renuh- l'''m calico in Ch'na riorp'-. It is sa''1 this nropospl Yran Shi Kai to the 'lin met in and after a-rrpgd to the t'pcision of a provided it It is generally agreed by ice men tnat the ice narvesi this if weather conditions per- will be heavier tnan usus'. Already preparations are well un- der -.-ay. tne res'-it of the big drop in temperature vvhich came late For the first tme this season the bay was frozen Thursday morning. Trie tsrn- perature down to 16 and is inaicated for Thursday with sng.it eration Friday. As a result ot the extreme hfeat last all ice are 10 guard aga.nst a possu.e repe- juticu 01 lamme coadiuor.s ae-u SJiE- 'u.e.. t.icie will be a disposhiob. to fill all houses Not only bat it will oe more co-n- petition in the local field tais jeai. x. tuat the KerL'3r inter- formeiii m the Inier-ctate lee will be oxtecsivo operatoi's. har- Mesdng mticj. ice The Kerbers aiso contto. tLe Consumers' m the local retail fle.d. Ed- Kerber s.ud Thursday that his I plans were now 'n such shape that he j not Sue from I other sources it was learneu that he will probably operate here and at two points in Michigan A week of cold will ba uecessaij to make smtable-for fke harvest many others' are liking forward to such a cold for the harvest would give etn- jplojment to many men. While there was a high San- dusky did not experience blizzard con- ditions with the arrival of tie cold wave. It was the first real winter weather of the season and was more severe because of tfcp wind. In some parts of the state there was heavy which tied up traffic while the wind carried down telesrraph wires and did other damage. Wind velocit- ies as high as 70 miles an hour were reported. Poor Suffer. Dee this section of Wisconsin shiver- ed with the mercury at zero at T a. m. today. The city's poor have suf- fered intensely from the sudden coltl wave. River Channel Closed. LA Dec. 28 La j Crosse exparienced the coldest weath- er this winter when at 7 o'clock tlw I mercury dropped to 11 degrees below zeco. The drop 'was sufficient to completely close the channel in the Mississippi river. Coldest of Season. Dec. is the coldest day of this winter the registering S below at 7 WHOLE FAiVHLY WAS DEAO SPANIARDS SHOOT DOWN MOROCCANS MELILLX h'jndrpfl weip to'iay in p att'p Wth troors Thirty were kilfei an'l two The fighting wns mostly at Ions ranee ma- wpp'-ked horriblf execu- tion The tnbfsTen wprp forced to retreat to tnoir IT miles from the of battle Fafier Supposed to Hiv.e Killed Six Th.'tr H-ithtr aud Himself. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Pec. Nous rpacheJ b.Pie that the entire i family of James consisting of vnfe six was j foi U'l G resided tweli e 1 Bento Arlv e.cierao that Grant and Children and then took his own life. STATE AGAIN TRY TO SEND MAN TO Change Management of Ths Vim Motor Is Effec- tive Soon. oa Page Rorro Klav.etfh. ccr.Mcted Kellejs ijmv m the Klawetrh f-at-e. Island m t-io iounty would in a life imnnsonreent c'.nentulating hims'lf on 'eally the of one havir.e escaped irotn the electric man. instead of twehe In this case juiy's reco-nmendation of jurois were for first degree maj another com- and one holding out for a rec- if state decides to biiag to of trial the indictments against him foi brought the othfrs to his viewpoint thp hi others. i With Attoiney Ritter's motion for This new featuie of the ksl'.ms n-nv pemiu g. the possibil- ty ry had passed unnoticed during the Sty of tvso more murder cases in the nof.da'-'- excitement. Attorneys for j common pleas court confronts Brie the wheiuseen Thursday county The additional expense -Rculri ing. refused to be quoted as to wheth- be at least in each it is or Kliuvetch would be tried on the j believed. other two indictments. It is There is another curous complica- that they have given the tion in the murder cases. Should At- niattfr serious cons'ideiation since the Hitter's motion for a new trial completion of the and the in the case be his ehan.es are believed to be all in fa- client might be tried and re- vor of pressing the ether charges ceive a sentence to the electric It is believed that the state wHi j instead of life as mat- take the stand that the verdict of theters now stand. change of importance in MS San-inskj motor industry whic'i ns doubt comes a surprise to man Sacduskians. takes place at the of the year when Carl L. betg refres as acd manager of the Vim tor Co He will be succeeded by C. Webb Sadier. real estate and invest- ment who ss now in YurV Citv m the Vim company's Mr. Osberg tendered his some three months ago but remaiaeJ in the office to look after imponar.' matters. The Vim Motor Co. has shown a good increase of tlur.r.g the' tnae Mr. was in charge of the managemsn'. his. for the future are undecided. Vv the new secretaiy general was formerly eoi.- Vim company. served in the capacity of sales but severed his connection- with tho eompaay about a jear and a bait aeo. EWSPAFJCk   

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