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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio ftl THE HOME PAPER I. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH NOVEMBER 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 4 M WOLGAST IS GAINING LOS Nov. ports from Clara Barton hospital today were that Lightweight Champion Ad Wolgast continues to improve and that a quick re- covery from the effects of his op- I eration yesterday for appendicitis was expected. Wolgast said he expected to be out of the hospital in 10 days. t i WHS ffiPI i i Brilliant Assembly Witnesses The Induction Into Office of the New Cardinals. PUBLIC CEREMONY IS ____AIIENDED BY Cardinals O'Connell and Falconio Are The Center of All Nov. With pomp and splendor second only in-mag- nificence to the investiture of a thirteen of the eighteen newly created princes of the Ro- man Catholic church today were given their red hats in pres- ence of one of the most distin- guished audiences that ever as- sembled in Rome. Scores of Americans witnessed Ijhe cere- mony. Cardinals O'Connell and Fal- oonio were the center of all eyes dur- ing the ceremony and at the comple- tion of the ceremonies they were sur- rounded by prominent Catholics eager to congratulate them upon their ele- vation to the sacred college. Messages of congratulation continued to pour in. upon tie American cardinals. For two hours before the time fixed for the beginning of the ceremony the vicinity of the Vatican was thronged with women in black with bare men in dress diplomats in gorgeous car- bishops and churchmen of all The papal procession was headed by Mrs. Acquitted of Murder Says She Is Through With Men. Nov. Pat- e Will Occu- pied Some of His Time After Attending Mass. into history so far as Denver is concerned when Mrs. Gertrude the beautiful cen- tral figurel in the leaves the city with her parents tomorrow morn ing. The woman announced today that she would first visit at Sando- with her parents and then go to Oregon to visit a former school mate. am s happy that I just can't tell you how I said Mrs. Patterson today. I heard tne words 'not. Maybe there are cheerful ghers. I've heard tell there was did you ever see ii S LAS3QES A COYOTE. East Liverpool and Wellsviiie Vote in Favor of Saloons By Big Majorities. Nov. Alta a school while riding in the countrj lassoed a which her dog had scared up. The one foot of the arr S and she held it until tlv _ attacked the auimal. Then she dismounied seiz- ing a big threw killing the coyote. m Mil Fair to- j EAST Nov. night and a Seal law election here and in Wei slowly rising tern- gave majorities perature. larger than in the Rose county local election November 3. The total vote hero was of Temperature at one year'which -591 was L437 28. wet In the county Sun rises Friday at a. m. and the city vote was the n vn Weather Just Right For Church- Amusements and iday MANY UNFORTUNATES ARE MADE THANKFUL sets p. m. I wanted to scream for I men forever. Nov. a fine fat turkey roasting in the White House ovens today President Taft in- sisted on spending most of the morn- j ing at his desk. His holiday am wiv iwever. i I tion consisted mainly of several uu have had enough trouble and men I disturbed hours of work. At 8 have been the cause of it he attended the Pan-American Thanksgiving mass at which praeti cally the entire diplomatic corps was present There was a large company at din guilty am The verdict was announced afternoon amid the applause ChLfes anl n'nTbf of the larga crowd in the court corridor. Tbe woman sprang to her feet and clasied the hand of her ac- In the won out by 413 the total vote being of which was and 60S In the county election Wellsviiie gave a vote of to 723 Broken Connection In Second B'S Dinners Provided In insti- tutions And Private Homes Were Not Floor Office Causes Small Loss at Dehnel's. The breaking of a water pipe con- nection in the dental office of Dr. G. There was a considerable apathy dis- on -the sccond oi the I plajed in the election on the part of Graham the There were but two some time during I resulted in a small-1 speeches made on cither side flood- and somev The the jjenry to get away ffom their stuaies. Miss Helen had as her guests girl friends who were her fellow stu- dents at Bryn Mawr. REV. AWDLAUER WILL ARRIVE HERE FRIDAY has the Rev. Chailes who been sojourning in Europe for past six months for his health wiii not arrive in this city as was expected. He left G-er-l many on November on board tha steamer Koenig but it H OUCO.JUCB uiaue on cuner suie Noted Progressives Will the local option campaign this week. a n wnmor of spoke jurors to thank them friends sur- rounded her and showered her with congratulations. Later some of .._ jurors visited her at the jail and thanked thorn heartily. She was preparing to leave the jail and dill so within a short time after she acnuitted. It was said that on the first ballov of four which were taken the stood 10 to 2 for acquittal and that the other men were finally won over Her father shouted for 5oy when 1Vie vp'-'iict was announced and when the left the jail the prisoners shouted a farewell. Mrs. Pattorson had been accused of the murder of her Charles Participate In The Cam paign. C. Homer With ihe finest kind of winter weather and a clear making conditions almost 4cteal out-af- Sanduskians had good rea- son for Aud they observed the day. practically suspended and and Rev. Jacob of MEFTWG WMTM VORYS l'j m eeer o the second floor poured i People attended services in the St. both in the interests of' the down the coraer display window cnnreies in the morning. ln Ministers spoke Sundav in of the O6'11161 store- soaking to .tfte union services at tne behalf of the cause There noJirtaJ' window deco- Sfuonal there were also ser- were no sfreot sDeeches among the latter a rare Grace Calvary rt wil1 bo Possible to open saloons piece of plush. The Zion Lutheran the Catho- when the vote is certi wil1 amount to about it is j Iic churches and others. Clients fied to the of No the Swiss followed u- personages. The who made his docfc a entry seated in the 'or was dressed in complete pontifical j amve robes. His cope was one mass of gold embroidery and his mitre was of white satin adorned with gold. Following the holy father came a long train of church together with the sistine sang as the pro- a stormy one as tae steamer did not must haT.e.beeu A. whom she shot'to death York until Thursday It is expected that he will city Friday evening. cession proceeded. JENKINS UNDER PEACE BOND while the couple were walking to- gether in a suburb Sept. 25. The verdict it is on Mrs. Patterson's trip to Europe wit'i another man after she had marrlei Patterson. of places which be opened. It is the general belief that not more tlian thirty n Ml open Ive In this city the won only one pre- and none in Thero was no demonstration here or in an- State Policemen discovered the water run- For the afternoon there will Ise port8 For it Now 0. Nov. 30.- noancements of conferences between George E. attorney in John D. Fackler of the State Pro- raronaiCT rere goes _ Steubenvi'le to assiirpp charge of gressive RepubUcan league and A. I. JeffersOB Monday. presumably leader of the na- estimate be made PS tivnnmhpr ning from the window onto the side- 1 H16 and in the evening tie- football and iional administration fordes were made wholly without and seem to have been SCHOOLS HOLD MANY Nov. sons of Within the Sala Regia the scene was George Jenkins were put under bonds one of impressive grandeur. Surround- j to keep the ed by Ois members of the papal the pontiff mounted his throne at the far end of the hall. Long rows of benches were placed on each side of upon wbicb sat the members of the sacred college In their full fore Justice Everingham here yestaf- day. 1 It is said that the Wil- Fred and all of whom i are involved in a pnxmon pleas par-1 Nov. tition got into an argument the weather clear and cold and the nalatial robes. On the steps before the and engaged in a rough prospects for a perfect day Louis Wag- their eminences were seated their i and tumble fight on a farm near Pe- i in his big Fiat flashed across whose duty it was to hold the scarlet barrettas on their knees and to gather up the cardinals' trains. The ceremonies opened with the This consisted of the cardinals going up one by one to kiss the ring of the Fisherman. After the professed cardinals came the newly who had previously in tersburg. A number of minor injuries were received by tlie parties. COMING HERE FOR A DIES ON TRAIN Fred who was formerly em- tape at 9 o'clock today in the oo- ening of the 408 mile grand' prize race which promised to be the greatest auto event in history. At intervals of 30 15 other drivers were sent off in a mad dash to annihilate speed records. driving his Buick was ditched and dropped out of the at a local newspaper office but' race In the third lap. Bragg forged Bribed bv the 'left about two years ago for Cleveland into the lead and covered his first lap gwnce prescribed by tne apostonc he employed On at the phenomenal speed of 79 tbe News died Wednesday an hour. Bruce Brown was only three ing at on a L. S. M. S. train seconds behind while going from one depot to another .Hemery were forced to in on his way to this city I the_race on account of engine trou- Burman and out early in the presence of the the and the superiors of various religious orders. They en- tered the consistorial hall in sion and kissed the hands and feet __ his after which toev ex-' to visit his Albert Patsche met with an accident changed the or ecclesiastical Knight. Mr. Muir had been ill about was eliminated. Hemery reenter- four weeks. He was aged 30 i but far the rear. On the eleventh months and 20 days and is survived' laP Hearns in a Benz was elading the with their colleagues. The new cardinals then returned to the pontifical and the pope by bis one his j field placed the red hat on the head of each i mother. Mrs. Ellen of I nearly four minutes. saying as he did in for the glory of Almighty God and the adornment of the holy apostolic this red the sign of the unequaled dignity of the cardinal- by which it is declared that even to death by the shedding of thy blood thou shotfldst show thyself intren'd fo rthe exaltation of the blessed two Robert of Cleveland and i Albert of two Mrs. Charles of and Mrs. Fanny Smith of Oklahoma and a large number of friends and relatives. The body will be brought to this city Thursday afternoon and will arrive here on the L. S. M. S. train at Funeral services will be held for the peace and tranquility of the Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Christian for tbe increase and residence of his Albert prosperity of the holy Roman church. In the name of the and of the Son. and of the Holy Ghost. The ceremony over. Pope Pius rose p.nd after bestowing the apostolic E. 1224 Jefferson Rev. H. K. Hilberrv officiating. Burial will be made in Oakland cemetery. Mrs. Emma wife of Charles blessing slowly the proves- j L. of Monroeville. who had been sion reforming as an escort. Thpiill at. Providence IDT- several an escort. The members of the sacred college at the same time proceeded to the Sistine led by the chapel chant- ing the Te Deum. Tbe cardinal dean a prayer over the new mem who were embraced arain by the cardinals present anr. we1 corned into the ranks of the sacred senate. Nov. Mar- garet Ebenvein. 80. died at the City hospital from burns. She TV as found at her home in a chair with hair ill at Providence hospital for died at that institution about 11 o'clock Wednesday She was aged about 35 years. The body be taken to Monroevilfe Thursdaj where the funeral wil take place The funeral of Sirs. Carney. who died st tho of dpnshter. Mrs. Adams. 104 Adams street Wertnesdav will be held Saturday morning at from the residence and at o'clock from Holv Ansels' Father Grabfii officiating. Burial will be made Nineteen Shopping Days to Christmas and clothing burned completely off. I in St. Joseph's cemetery.' GET YOUR CHRISTMAS THINGS WHILE THE IS COMPLETE rather the than realities. of interested parties Instead of entering with Mr. Mr. Sppcial Thanksgiving day exercises Vorys went to Clevpland on weie held in the public and parochial and Mr. Fackler slid he had rangements for conference walk about 5am. Thursday and no-' ftre' Basketball dances and tified William A. Dehnel. The water i other affairs. was finally turned off and employes of' people been busy the Dehnel store were kept busy given spveral hours cleaning up the soaked Sood reaso11 to be thankful. soods. While the stiver and other ar- of the state and wprp not harmed by the institutions had the monotony of their the boxes were ruined. existence varied by an old-fashioned The store front presented a j celebration of Thanksgiving Day. apnearnnce i The old soldiers at the Home should of tbe water froze on the side- be mentioned not only because fought for their country on manv strenuous battle but there are more of them to be consiU- _ ered. Next to the veterans MOVING PICTURE SHOWS rather eat- and General Biav mu tutu i 101 unc nett and havp aue_ i recognition to this condition of miad. Much of the holiday pleasure of the Twenty-three hundred HOLIDAY EXERCISES NEWSBOYS GUESTS AT Mr. Fackler dropped letler writing -__- for a time and devoted himself to the and ess-ays They were tb3 gllests of the Theater- i erans were given the organization of an office force. He to the occasion approprlale'Sum management at 10 o'clock in the Tt was expected that sixteen hunl decided not to retain thp rooms fov- Th'e Qt and were invited to dred of the old soldiers would be serv-- merly occupied by the state railroad free of at the Royal Theatre ed. commission in the sixth floor of the Mary's from four to six in the afternoon. Capitol Trust originally se m c lected by him and rented rooms better located on the fifth floor of the Har- c builSng'and Th IOPAI RflAW ocae on e oor o e ar- Ho v Angels dlt s Peter rison buildirg on the west side of the and ere capitol Looking about for a stenographer he received an application from the' stenographer of Mayor soon to lose his job as the result of the city and employed him. 's ere aointertag AUTO OWNER IS FlKTED Preparations of an equally j nature had been made at other I tutions. A royal feast was by sixty-eight men and rwenty-srr- UnCTCI DV AT I nD A women at county nUOlCLnl Ml LUnMIlii far the directions of ______________ Rohrbacher. In addition to According to Lorain reports the else that is usually Sherman famous in its day as af 'nls was m F. E. giuug his residence thnt city's leading has been ones af the ch-t- as was fined five dol- sold to Frank of bv s enjoyea the movmg pic- -1-- Thanksgiving Hone provided -i t TJ-'-SV far Mr. Fackler atid the stenographer lars end bv Mavor Lehrer Wed- D C Fisher and Daniels al-c'li' J constitute the full force of the state nesdny aftsrnoon for having hut one ram John a brother of the of the Insurgents. Sec- his automobile. The fnip purchatpr. owns tlW lot and retary Fackler is a good letter writer Tbe arrest was made by Po- it is reported they will erect a modem hotel. however and highly affable to the newsnaner who hia office PO that even with this' equipment the headquarters will no doubt be prolific of political news the next month. The only thing of moment out was that Mr. Pinchot who is com-i ing to the state to speak for La Fol-i will arrive about tbe middle o-' December and will remain s The arrest was liceman Taylor. BE OF GOOD A PASTOR'S MESSAGE was to n-ml high Tho of thf cA of 91-o-jff Tfontpr nro'.'fip'1 rhf P'x 'in- fortunates with aacf crarberries. For n Uiey really forgot they were behind ihe bars. is held at which he is expected to and speak. j Mr. Fackler's ptfenHon was o a provision of the pnw law ing for the Dontilar election of dele-i gates and alternates to national con- Rev. H. Hilberry In Sermon At Union Thanksgiving Service Tells of Gospel of Members of the congregations of I Let us take then for our subject this Former Governor and which says that neither cir- for'r chur-hes-the First Congregation-1 The Gospel of Cheerfulness anu preclude the use of the name of the gathered at tho First Congregational presidential preference of the candi- churrh Thnrsdav morning for the date on the ballot. Mr. Fackter dc- Thanksgiving union service. Kev. clined to express an opinion about it. H. K. pastor of Tiinitj M. of good are the I have a friend who is a thorough going optimist. A man past middle who lias nevei faced a disap- everything good to to Portugal To Have Part in McNamara Trial. LOS AXGELES. Nov. I Mieriffs and eo'nt G-ifford Pinchot. it is B. church preached an inspiring ser- will make one of his m mon on thf Gosnel of Cinciritati. President Taft's home ci'y Cheerfulness was .'n and La Follette himself may also convipc'ng se-rnor. '..nb speak thsre. of goou rnrfqg clearly As seen tbfir Oh'.o time known the cars of those in tlfr auditor- assignments will be made for Rev. Hilberry said' Ibliii' tors iloses E. Clarp of The selection of a subiect for Albert P. Cini-rirs of 7owa and-occasion like this uas come to George I. Crawford of North rather a troublesome matter. You Representitfve I. R. Lenroot of heard in addresses I take He is simply blind to i the country ine and forces which all sensible men numbers of the twelfth re calVi to I harp another frienJ 'to rePort moni'us to conr T.UO ha- bpen tlrvnch blr.o jtbe in MrNaroar. basses for many jea.s T to feit.i'u imrortant facts consin and other national leaderc of of the of the Pilgrim fath- the progressive movement also will of their struggles with na- invade the state. They will be assist- tare and in their most savage ed by Judge R. M. Wanamaker of Ak- and the splendid outcome of president of the temporary or- it all. Soufte have recounted to you Secretary.. Fackler. reasons for thankfulness and oth- tor Pavid Jaines ivid Tod of Youngstowa ers have reminded you of obli- R. Gsrficli____ as the of ail the The of Kno'ns thins not as if should bo ures e Ci bratpil Thank Interesr in vive.l followi in-'der trial e 'rw while ccls- He that everyhtnc ran be im- proved. The of knows God. He believes in His Infinite wis- dom and goodness. He believes that God has established Isimsplf in right- fotrcess and consequently tlir right- s must ulnuiateU- hare their way. oa The ity t'te 'S .p.i'i of to fre a in T Gage totlav that IIP i- Imply convinced that cafe Bert Fiankliu of fr bribe a c j'.ror n.i' Thp aswrs F --1' Strong cas-o wljcn it i caches tiw t t iNEWSPAFERr ;