Friday, December 29, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio I THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH DECEMBER 19' SWIPING. THE Progressives At Toledo Over- flowed Big Auditorium And Are Turned Away. fllORTH BALTIMORE HAS FRIDAY NOON MEETING Glfford Pinchot Will Make Fitst Speech At Medina This Evening NORTH Dec. La Follette address- ed a meeting at noon here today on the in Popular Gov- Before leaving Walter state republican sought an gudience with La Follette and is said to have endeavored to make his peace with the progressive. No popular president ever received a more spontaneous ovation than greeted Senator LaFollctte today on his trip from Toledo to North Balti- more. At Bowling Green a crowd blocked the progress of the trolley car and he made a two minute speech. Every hamlet along the route turned out to greet the senator. All stores and shops in North Baltimore that clerks and customers might attend. people of said are more radical tha their leaders. At all my addresse _they_have accorded longer and loud cheers to the recall of judges tha the less radical LaFollett took up the question of primariei saying he believed the sentiment c the people was for the direct tion of officials. In discussing the action of the tional republican committee in failin to recognize the people in selectin delegates La Follette expressed him self plainly. He said in. very backbone of true repre sentative government is the direc' participation in the affairs of govern znent by the people through direct for the nomination of cand dates. old machine -politieiaHs always opposed primary elections They opposed the enactment of th law in and in every othe LAST EDITION VETEBAX COMAXDER FACES DEATH IX CELL NUMBER 69 lined Revo-1 Was Man Who lution After Preparing For Many Years. 1 IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT DOOMED TO GO DICK AS FENCEMAKER Special to the Star-Journal. D. Dec. 28. administration -fs consider- ing the advisability v of inviting former Senator Charles jjfcit to be- come field manager 'it the Taft campaign in Ohio with authority to travel over the state and re- pair the president's fences where- ever they may be down. His name was considered today in influential quarters but no conclusion was reached. state where the principle has been en- acted into or where an effort has been made to do so. Dear to tha heart of the machine politicians Is the old caucus and convention system. there Is one thing more than an- other that has been put to the front in this campaign by the it is the demand for the election of delegates to the national convention by popular primary and a provision by which electors might di- rectly express their choice for presi- dential candidates upon their party ticket. This proposition has been o posed by the national republican com- and by niach-.ne politicians everywhere. Thev dread to give up that peculiar power that caucuses ana conventions give them. They fear the secret ballot that enables men to vote their convictions and with- out intimation or espionage. is the provision in the call that disfranchises South and that also will disfranchise which has recently passed a primary law similar to that of Smith that in no states shall an election be so held as 10 pre- vent-the delegates from any congres- fContinued on Page Pancake Flour Was Poisoned Some One Who Attempt- ed Wholesale Killing. Dec. the fil- ing of the official report of Chemist 0. S. of the state dairy and food who investigated the death of Ruth eight year old daughter of W. C. of Lancaster and found that she died after eating pancakes containing the coun- tv olticials of Fairfleld county todav resumed their attempt to fix the r ponsibility for the death. The chemist said that the case looked like wholesale murder Officials so far are at sea in their investigation d have only indefinite clues from which to work. That the plan did not succeed in its entirety is due to the fact that overdosage of poison was caus- nausea to those vmo ate me pan thus ridding the system of much of the desdlv effect of the drug But for this there would have oeen more than one death. The analysis of Chemist Mark- worth showed that the pancakes and itomach contained large quantities of ROOSEVELT SLAPS AJ TAFTS PACTS Piemier Yuan Is iVakhg Eifoit To Raise Loan And Save Dec new re- public of China sinang into being to- day when Dr Sun Yat who plan- ned the i WAS eleued piesi- dent .by the military as- H's election was made uuan- j imous. Wu Ting lormtr ambas- sador to is' expei-ied to be Dr. Sun's elosect advisoi He is now secieuuy of foieign affairs in revolutionary Cabinet fiom Pekm today state that Yuan Shi Kai. has takuu Th's is believed to presage the early letnement of the poweilul premier who has h.en the chief obstacle in the ot the lepublicans. of Dr. Sun Yat Sen to the presidency of the new republic marks the culmin- niLLHO Majority of Prohibition Coun- ties In State Greatly Re- duced This Faii. OTHER ELECTIONS TO COME EARLY IN YEAR Results b Month Just Closing Were Six to Five in Favor Of The MEXICO Dec. Bernardo the first time since his s.r ou Christmas day awoke _ morning to find himself in a piuu i cell surrounded by j and without friends. As long as he at Linares ho Mas merely confined his quarters while several of his The acquaintances were allowed to visit but in the prison of NBW Dec. the eve of the widely heralded to be held here tomorrow night and at which President Taft -will be of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt today emphasized his antagonism to- j ward general arbitration treaties terpretation of the existing treaty. I am confident that such a decision j flf .ftftcsssjiy .have been in our and'lf it would have ena- bled Russia to have returned from an arsenic How the- poison Was placed n the and by is not in- icated. The poisoning occurred December 2. Mr. Hall and three of his daugn- ers ate the pancakes. The cooking as done by the who served pancakes to the father and the but before the 'ather finished his breakfast he wasj '.ailed a.way by a neighbor who re-1 orted that his chickens were nm-i ing away. When the father returned to finish breakfast he found his daughters iolently ill. He soon became ill him ilf. but his condition not as bad s that of his daughters. ation. of a dream of 20 least 13 years Lo actively engaged in fostering 1he present making his headquarters in loreign countries working in China through trusted 1'entenants. Ten years ago the throne began to be alarmed over Dr. Sun's aumties and placed a huge price on hij head. Many emissaries were sent to America -where Di. Sun was then making his with orders i to kill him None of the assassins ever succeeded. Dr. Sun appeared in many cities of fho United States exhorting his coun- try-men to contribute to a revolution- ary fund but he was always closely guarded Sometimes he would enter thy Chinatowns of San Francisco anil New Yoik masquerading as a salesman for a Japanese silk firm. Again he he was upon his arrive For at r been 'astnight- he V''U allowed the national administration by bitterly denouncing them as designed to tell agam-st peace and put ns as a nation in an attitude of unctious and odious hypocrisy By inference at least he severely criticises President Taft in regard to the treaty matter. Abrogation of the Russian he puts this nation in a position where it adopt the proposed arbitra-j Strauss. But no movement has been untenable position with good grace pose as a cooley laundryman 01 and no object' a that should always br held in v in dealing with anv foreign rollapse of the monarrhr. Ad- with which at any time we have have received from Pekm while if the decision as to tne IT y PreParmS..fov interpretation of the clause in ques-l1118111 as tnev beheve ttle resumption tion had been adverse to we would Wl11 capture rf then at once have abrogated and treaty and have been clearly right in so doing This was the position held by that distinguished Mr. Oscar The election of Sun foreshadows the as they believe the resumption n the execution of the princes. President Sun spent years preparing for the to see anyone except his counsel un- til after his trial by the military court. It is believed Reyes wui be guieu a mild although even a short term in prison might mean his death. HOW THEY STAND. Pauid- Van Wood. San- Madi- Greene. Clinton. Highland. Geauga. Portage. No- ble. Shelby. Montgomery. But- Er- Craw- Richland. Mahon- Columbiana. Franklin. Perry. Building Operations In The City Amounted To About WHAT THE PERMITS SHOW several With the victory of the hv Brown countj-. the post sea-'. son series in the and Dry or for the year 1911 came to I close. While the still hold tha championship the were easy winners of this fall's with the new series to start-early m may be able to capture the much- coveted trophy predominance in more than half of the counties of state. When this fall's series fol- lowing the expiration of the three- year there were but occasional spots on the map. Now the map but 48 counties -while 40 tion treaties. In his the for- mer president BY THEODORE ROOSEVELT the current issue of the OUTLOOK j I cordially approve the action taken j by congress in abrogating the Russian because men must vote and act on the situation that actually con- fronts and m the actual event congressmen had only two alterna- to abrogate the treaty or to submit to the continuance ol' conditions which have become intoler- able to our national anlj which represent continuing es made by either nation looking toward any other method of settling the mat- ter than the one actually adopted. Con- gress was confronted by the simple on Page pecially to American ol ish faith. I still that in sc serious a matter it would have well first to endeavor to secure a de cision by the Hague court on the in- spending his time in Amencr and other countries soliciting funds fiora his countrymen The assembly in the palace to dis- cuss affaiis connected with a settle- ment of the revolution was productive of at least one dramatic incident. The dowager Premier Yuan Shi and the princes of the imperial flan were and the debate wax- ed so warm that finally Yuan Shi Kai arose aijd offered his lesignation. w as refused. It is said tonight that Yuan Shi Kai intends to make another attempt to ob- tain a loan of from the group In to a direct request of the Russian handed to weren't colic. .Many young men vould not hesitate to kiss a girl if thpy l'ip Cnincse foieign charge d'affaires afraid of that China should promptly lefeume control of the Chinese gov- __ i eminent declared its inability to com- at tDe Piesent moment. UeJ with iiiurv Tne on'J' action the government is Or on Satiir-iaDle to take regarding did w.irmer to-' independence of which has been colder is the appointment of U o who been ordered Temperature at 7 a. one year Proceed by way of the Man Railway to the chief to Sun rises Saturday at a. m and 'persuade the Mongol if po1-- sets at 4-12 p. time renew their aJlegiance to U i- Dec W Kelly. 72. oneer of the cUy. dropped dead in s drug store. Re is sunhed by two aughters and one son. Packers Endeavor To Keep Out Evidence Regarding Subsi- diary Company. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending PI neon 26 miles at U 14 Thursday afternoon. na. But in uew of the present crisis It probable that these commissioners never Pekm ORIGINAL REBEL IS CHINA'S FIRST PRESIDENT Hotel And One Big Factory The Principal Many Ne.w ta of That over worth of build- ing was done in Sandusky during the year now almost at an is indi- cated a recapitulation of figures obtained from buildins permits rec- ords at the service director's office. Thus far in 1911 sued 154 building there have heen is- rarity total es- hre Elections were held eleven counties in December and j these Mus- kingum. Jefferson and a total of six. which had been 11- ame while Belmontr Pike and Brown decided to remain There will be much local interest in twp elections early in the year. la Licking county the scene of the lynch- Tng a detective over a year an election is to be held January 6. In Sandusky. county an election be held at an early date and the cam- paign is already well under way. Brown County Still timated cost of S2J7.S70 This does not include the new Rieger not yet quite but so it Dec. will go above the 000 j county stayed dry by rolling -jp in No permit has yet been taken out for this the largest erected in the city during the year. The new Hinde mill-is -a'so nor- included in this year's total By far the largest part of the build- ing operations here this season was the erectior. of new dwelling places A total of S3 permits for new dences was issued and totnl esti-1 mated cost of these was sififi. that modern houses were erected generally since the av- erage estimated cost per house was over The average was prob- ably much higher than this figure since contractors generalh anti-liquor majority of county voted dry thr City Solicitor Schreiber Will Ask For a Receiver For Toledo Rail-Light. Money TOLEDO Dec. on the part of directors of Toledo Kail-Light comp.mj to giant th-j j crn request for a temporaly rate of column lave of seven ticket for a at the meeting of the bcara Thursday resulted in tin oats from the rep- resentatives that application wul be made for a receiver. anything of value that you care to part with Real estate equi- ties household horses or other live ano all such things readily find a purchaser advertised in the Sale' of ri-ie classified want section cf this paper It is the central exchange and market vhtre buvers and conferpnco between the cUv of- representatives of the sellers gather in print. If you uant a business oppor- to loan or invest if you have any message relating to business or household a want ad in this paper is the most certain way to quickly reach the person whom you want to find. Rail-Light was held at the citv hall. At the close City Solicitor Sc'nreiuer the neTCtiarons all off that be -nould prepare a petition for a receivership tor the com- pany. Schreiber also said th-dt he wou'd press the suit for a uay rental for use of th3 city's on the ex- f rap chises as rapidly possible t'ir.T K-'i otPPi measures for relief under consideration compam's latest proiosition refused temcorary rediiotion of fare anrT insisted on a franchise with a sliding scale. Dec. we e j made today in ths packeis' mai on the admibsibility 01 eucUnce concein- tne KrjuwooJ and companies the alleged oleo oil tn.nt. de- cliicc to been connected with tl'c beji combine Tne government the Kenwood dividends ot more than per cent week A .''Ofit r recalled to the stand this atternoon eiaunnatioii. papers produced in ciuit rioc-i- 1 '3i lug their own signatures wliidi how they hold tne contracts cf c.Jc IF of the thulecn indepen 1-nt packing plants nienred into li i P-uking Co bj whicn tiif1 not to tl e packl.is bus.nfFb ffr fifteen j'ivs Tito will ie binding ui-til i March h- IMS j One of the contracts piocliuerl is be- T.rias- SamitpK ami other nnnri- of the I'ni'ed beef j Co with Henrv by the Diotmed cor'nl of jn-'t- ccmpnny and then Ih to H Heyman of A-.a v's Co As in ail contvacis ueU and partner bo'mn tt um- to remain out of the business. j Similar contracts were executed by T F. Swift for the of all the ummense so-called Fowler i Jominatad bv Fowler ann j T. Osden for thf Hammond j Packing Co.. G. H. Hammond I t-nA all the Hammond properties iiwjft arquired the Angio- Americaiv Provision Co. and Morris tbe St. T.3uis Dressed Beef Co. In sll creat hirtmcndent panies ncq-ired and their cornre- tition obliterated. and four residences were among the list Of new buildings o'ifsicle of resi- snrli as factory store and the there not so much activity this year Only 16 buildings of tint ohanctnr were eref'rrl here and the tof'i estimated cost was Included among these the Pmith cold storagv plan1' on Water costing the One Minute1 Wnsher Co.'s 'ilant. costing '00 ind hi'-Irt ns ou new rpHar Point pir-r. at a cost of M 0 i A e'sfi'TiatPcl 521 Sin was rrirlf1 d'lrn-c t'lo year for t0 years had not been cakcn oil it being were not in any dancer. The cr.n- f.ain is an incoming tide to float the ship Two new barns wre i'nt rost heir.e estimated at I Soon To Breik Grou-icl i i For New Bank The for the transff of tU-i T erney Ht on Market sirpot TO Third National Exchange LVU.K -wa. in thp i ouuty.recordei s offii'1 Fr-I IMV Tin11 was to'il lohr j i and Matil'U at-law of Josenh deceased. ard the cor.sicieration gnen as one With the filing of the work is to be lushed on plans for the handsome new banking which is to be erected Four architects- are now pre- i paiing diaw ings niui from i Ipction cf plans will be made. Mean- time ground will be broken in a few days and it is expected that-the work of excavation for foundations will be rushed as rapidly as weather condi- tions will permit. Irre9uiarity In Single Island Bid the Today But It Is Tenta- tively Accepted. LIVIN'GSTON. Dec. C. E. formerh a physician of shot and killed his and after drinking a quantity of shot dying instantly. STAR-JOURNAL Munsey Building. Dec An im- prcrer films of a single bid for rying to the islands w-ll delay the ietting of the contract ior that MCC a few d.ns it bc'ie-veci It 's -hst the service wili not be inierrutitea for the decarr- ment accented the bid. The one bid sumbitted from fra s'une who now the con- tract They ask for for a IIP-- md oi four an ircrease of over last vear The WPS nor subscribed to with Hip prope- oath. and so must be- reti'.rned for rectjon There is little doubt that T- correction can be made and bid will probably be accepted. sentative Anderson is dolns alf-he f-an to straighten out the tangle. A telegram to the Star-Journal fr.-nj Congressman Anderson late Tlsursdiy. told of the to open bHs the island mail contract also wired Friday teJling of the bid. EWSPAPLRI MEWSPAPKJRI

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