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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               A. K THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY S ANDU S KY S TAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH- YEAR OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER TURKISH FLEET FINDS REFUGE UNDER GUNS OF CONSTANTINOPLE AND MAY YET FIND OPPORTUNITY OF HARRYING ITALY'S WARSHIPS t Defense Ready to-Proceed With Either Case and Will Ask For Ho Delay EXPLOSIVE EXPERT IS SECURED BY DEFENSE effort Will Be Made to Show That Explosion Could Not Have Been LOS Oct. The preliminary work in the Mc- NEmaru trial mom-ng when the examination cf the first 125 veniremen from which a jury is to be selected to try John J. and J. c1. accused of dynamiting the Los Ang-eles Times was Judge Walter was en the bench and conducted the examination of the jurymen. The attorneys have not as yet decided whether or not they will try the men sep- arately. 3ne had recently another's farm needed attention and numerous ether excuses tccley were offered by men drawn in the first venire of pos- sible jurors for the -trials of John and James McNaruara. It is evident that few residents of the county want to as many excuses.are offered. The defense announced that it is ready to try either of the cases and no postponement will bo asked. .De- tective Burns arrive tins week to remain until the e-nd of the trials. -He will have sole charge of. the state's evidence.' A report was circulated to- day that the staate holds an associate Ja iTrgsSfcKamara Burns found in and that he will be railed to testify. Prosecutor Freder- lefused to confirm or deny the report. The real commencement of the trial will be Wednesday when the an- nouncement will be made by the de- fendant's attorneys as to how they will proceed with the trial. The attorneys 'for the McNamara brothers have scored .their first tilt FACTS OFJHE CASE The Times building at First street and Los Ange- was destroyed early in the .morning of October 1910. General Harrison Grey owner and publisher of the was in Mexico when the explo- sion occurred and hastened home. Twenty-one persons were killed in the disaster. A special grand jury to inves- tigate the disaster was assem- bled October 191U. It return- ed a verdict that the Times was destroyed by dynamite. General through the col- umns of ihe charged union labor with being respon- sible. Union labor leaders denied the charge and offered a reward of for evidence leading to the arrest and conviction cf the guil- ty parties. Tn-p-ifv-tbrpe indictments were returned by tbe rrrmd -jury on January 1911. Earl a _ii.ci.ic.. by Merchants' and Manufac- turers' presented the evidence. The indictments were secretly filed and bshch warrants issued. On April 12. James B. MoXamara nnd Ortie R. McMani- gal were arrested in by operatives of William J. Burns' national detective agency. On April John J. Mc- intsrnational secretary of the Bridge and Structural Iron- workers was arrested in tbe offices of the union in In- dianapolis. After a hasty cording to union men. before an incompetent Mc- Namara was brought to Los An- geles by- California deputy sher- iffs and Burns detectives agency operatives. James B. McNama- ra and Ortie McManigal were al- so broiis-lit west at the same time but by different routes. All three of. .the. conibaV lodaed in. the 'city... jail in heavy and deep. Through the effbrts-j A of Job one of the lead the services of John one of the most fa- mous experts on has been secured for the defense. In addition to so sure are the lawyers for the brothers of thsir that they have broadly hinted at the line of defense they propose to follow dur- ing the trial. Tbe annexing of Birmingham is considered here among those who have besn following tbe .course of' events in connection with the dyna- case as a master stroke. Birnvj ingnam was for several years in emplov of the so-called powder trust. the Du Pont Powder and has besides had years of practical ex- Six Grains of Morphine Found in Los Aagelep. OR July the twoMc- Namaras and McManigal were given their preliminary examina- tion. McManigal was charged with dynamiting the Llewellyn iron works in Los Angeles on De- cember 25. iniO. The two McNa- maras were charged with respon- sibility for the Times explosion and were held for trial on a charge cf .murder without bail. Judge Walter Border- well set the date for their trial as October 1911. IMDV JUKI orKsicwitinople and Tiirkwh Italian Squadron Takes Forts at Tobruk After Brief En- gagement. PART OF THE NEWS. _____ I The GOOD afternoon paper must carry the important advertis- sf ing as fully as it carries the im- portant news. For some of the day's moat valuable facts are ai- ways to be found in the ads. And they are to be found FIRST in the ads. in the best evening HIDE MEM A NUOBn Advocates of Direct Legislation Have Big Lead Among Candidates. Say Glass-Workers Should Not I DOUBT AS TO STAND OH LIQUOR QUESTION Give Up Percentage of Few Agreed To Their Wages. PRESIDENT TO COME Separate Submission of Li- cense Local Scale Insist They are Right and Will Go UNITED STATES FOR PEACE Two Torpedo Boats Belonging to Turks Are Reported Sunk 300 Men AMERICA IS PEACEMAKER Chron- icle's Constantinople correspond- ent wirss that the American ani- bassador to Turkey received a dis- patch from President Taft urg- him to use his influence for peace. The ambassador immedi- ately saw the grand vizier. Rus- It is now reliably declared that the forth to give battle to the Italian Trar is joining with America in this Turkish fleet reported destroyed1 if they can he.engaged in action. anything like equal numbers. The _ muig ujve euuai muiiutrs. tn half is safe m the Dar- j picture the sultan's rid datfelles and 'possibly may yet-come ing at -aichos at J. P. EXTRAVAGANT Gas Bag Comes Down in Wis- consin Wilderness After Difficult AVIATOR RQDGERS FLYING Stomach of dlirl Police Say Was Murdered. perience in handling of explo- sives all over the word. He has connected with the Giant Powder of San the con- cern where the accused James W. Mo- Namara is said procured NEW ORLEANS.. Oct. grand dynamite that destroyed the Times I jury today took up the consideration building. of the case of Annie Among the other important cases.in charged with slaying her sister Elsie -which Birmingham has been promin- and suspected of causing the death of Hugh Robinson Does Stunts With Hydro Aeroplane in Mississippi ent as an was tnai 01 me dynamiting of Superintendent Hart- man's home at Crockett Sugar Refin- Ph'-ne were found in the dead girl's Oct. 8. Tur- uree ouier uiemuers 01 wi iauiuj. from Springfield to Peoria rill be shown that six grains of mor- reaching here at Crockett. Cal. While the defense in the trial nao the most er and took an stomach. The defense proba.bly wMl Rodgers resumed his flight Joliet to Springfield. has associated with it prominent lawyers in the the 1 ._ contend that Elsie WHS a morphine us- by mistaker- Rodgers left Hammond Sunday morning. Tt was at district attorney has So far staadfly GUNS ON PRISONERS jCho in landed at Bruce. He covered the twenty-six refused to emn'.dy in- sists his is going to conduct the fight with his own official staff. It is true that Oscar Law'er who legal viser to the secretary of the interior under Secretary is working i with the- but IIP not an at- j torney of and it is assarted j will not become one. 1 The defense has been quietly work- ing for weeks making tests of the ac- B-etectires Say This 1 at IVoostcr as 3Icn Resisted. CLEVELAND. Ocr. de- ur minutes. He I left the ground at Chicago at p. j m. on the first stage of his flight to- j ward St. Louis. He followed the wrong railroad and stopped forty-five minutes later to get his after circling about in uncertainty. His alighting and taking 'arrived in Rojme today.froni Pisa and took a special train for Nap-les where he review the military expedition for Tripoli. An official dispatch from Constantinople says the entire fleet is in the Bosphorus. Casualties Are Few. Oct. number of casualties in the Turko-Italian war resolved itself today into two men i and a woman accidentally killed dur- I ing the bombardment of Tripoli. The reports of fierce fighting poured in during the early but with the Tripoli cables reopened it is shown the reports were exaggerated. Sensa- tional reports were still received to- day. The Turks have renewed ef- forts for peace. Hostilities Reopened. Oct. hostilities in the Turco-Italian war were reopen- ed Sunday. The ships of tbe first Italian squad- NEW Oct. in a j ron entered the roadstead at rock shaft sixty feet under ground in Bpmba Day. where they found no four laborers were blown tp pieces and six injured early today in Central park. It is believed a stick of dyna- Oct. P. Morgan felt so chipper after Duclos had tilted his barber chair here Saturday night and dabbed a bit of talcum on the fin- ancier's countenance that he broke- into a picked a yellow backed- bill from his pocket handed it to saying ia a cheery the it is the best shave I've had in a With operations just started by tae new Sandusky Glass operating the No. 1 Enterprise word was received that officials of the Nation- al Window Glass Workers' associa- tion obiect to me plan niched herel and threaten to fettemnt call men. The first shift of men went to work at midnight and a few hours later Manager R. R. Faulk- ner received a telephone message returns from the state have not yet been it looks very much as if a great ma- jority of the candidates for eon- delegate are commit- ted to the initiative and referen- dum and other progressive rasa- a sufficient in to make almost certain a progressive convention. Ort the iiquor question there is some doubt. As was indicated but they from President of the unionTTHt Youngstown wfere CF rnite left in Lite aUafl by accident caused the disaster. warships. They summoned the garrison to but the Turks replied with a flat refusal and hoisted the Turkish flag. telling of the action taien. The executive board of the organi- it does not approve of the plan of with-hoWihg twenty per- cent of the wages of the men to take care of the guaranty fund provided by the Business Men's on the ground that the men have no right to put up part of their wages. This is disputed by local men and some of at believe the men will refuse to go out. An effort will he of to adjust the difficulty but should this fail the ne- steps will be taken to pro- tect local interests. President Nee- I nan iS'exgected-aere Tuesday. Th project .local up by Sam McKittrick and R. k the latter becoming manager of the new company. Local men wno wished to work at the plant agreed tb leave 20 per cent of their wages in a fund to make up the guaranty. It was neces- 'sary to bring in some men from the outside as there was not enough here available for the work and these men are not required tb put up percentage. The new company sign- ed the .union scale aiid as there is no local it was forwarded to headquarters and no reply has yet been received. The nien here feel that they are in the right and argue that they have the privilege of doing as they please with their so long as the union scale is and may invest their money or give it away. If the plant had not been started here tho local men would hare lost nearer 40 than 20 per cent of their wages in the expense traveling and living away from to work in another plam. As it they are confident they win be repaid the twenty per cent which they now agree to put up until the Business Men's Association is to'butTo'r a'weefc'fS 0 torio Emmanuel opened fire. The first shots carried away the flag and made a large breach i uiauc H ictrgti uieacu shapt w .one of tfle f0rt Rear Admiral sunk .in the city for a new acqueduct. The laborers went down to drill holes for blasting when they came upon the dynamite. Inaccessibility of the shaft j force' commander-in-cbief of the then landed several companies of Erie county men entered tha race Judge B. R. P. Maxwell and A. L. T. But-one of these has issued a platform declaration. Returns show that there are nearly 1.000 candidates throughout the for the 139 places to be filled. There- were some last hour notably progressive filed his papers after failing to induce any otfa- 'er progressive to make the attempt .Among prominent progressive can- didates are James R. Lake and Frank W. in Medina county. A big was caused by the .entry of -Walter state republican in Lu- cas The sentiment for the initiative aad referendum is so overwhelming that it seems certain of adoption. Ham- ilton and Montgomery near- ly all of the candidates are pledged to the progressive refcrrs. The returns show that comparaUyel.j oplfoa of fleelariiig for of the question- not .the are to control the by. any1' means. Same knowfl re- fused to sign a pledge cm the that Jt was not satisfactory. Here in Erie Judge Krajf signed the separate submission state- ment somewhat against his best judg- ment. He declared that he did not believe it was in the best form. Many others apparently the same opin- ion and refused to sign. In Ottawa county there will be three candidates. A. L. fa- vorable to William of who would snb- mit license question to the and Joseph of Oak demo- crat. who is strong for the initiative and referendum. In Huron O. M. Harter is the progressive standing for the I. and and Judge C. JP. corporation oppose him. SHOOTS WIFE..AND_CHO. Oct. Tomas- t relln cheski today shot and killed his wife. in a co-operative venture. BIBS AEE REJECTED. County commissioners Monday after Graylack was killed when he soaght to interfere. Because of her husband's noon decided to all bids for airs. Pomascheski left hinrsome tims painting the Huron on ago and opened a boarding house of the lateness of the and LSSt njght the husband went to tha after a short overcame cause the in work of the Wheel- beat his wife and took her- jthe resistance of the small Turkish i and Lake tErie railroad will keep. money. She fleet to the home hth when they I again was without mishap and lie j criminal carelessness. away at good speed toward St.' Louis. Darkness and wind caused and darkness delayed rescue work. The Italians occupied the fort and j Superintendent Martin and Foreman I hoisted their nag. A few Turkish sol- to airJTurney will be held on charges xv'ho refused to abandon the fort the structure in constant use for sev- Qrayack for shelter. Today be found eral weeks. Advertisements for her there and the shooting bids will be made in the spring. further fightin i prisoners. tormal militarv were made occupation of i the same time it leaked out that the de- tinned on Page fied g were made against tbe de- j They r.ssert they wern justi-1 in their action because arrests Lastt Balloon Down. KANSAS CITY. Oct. were resisted. I SPRINGFIELD. 0.. Oct. i Lace winning. the James Gordon Bennett j broken trfiphy in'' the international balloon which stalled from this city I 0.. j rence itral Union nt Sunday and in this-Erection that I was taken to the City hospital with a I sbe bas d.orle m the subjugation of the 0 Oct wltlla-t'y occupation 01 a Vnem'an for the Cen-i Tripoli by Italy be this fell I the same .nt urgent activity in this--direction that twelve vravs aero'while demonstratintj j Thursday. Lieutenant Hans WHOI f j ipilot n.f flip s Incf- tn tho with a dead body. Dr. Eli Myers died Pilot of the Berlin was lost to the' st his home from eureaniiccoma. CHARGES PLOT IN SEEKING FREEDOM Mob Takes Man From Jail But Said He.Was Not__ One Wiio Attacked Her 'CARBONDALE. til.. Oct. liam who was arrested in Murpiiysboro Thursday following an attack at Carbondale upon iliss Mildred was taktn j'rom his cell in the jail here and escaped lynching at the hards of a mob only when Miss Stewman failed to identify him as her assailant. Yarbarough was released and immediately let the city. 1 W'hen word reached tte authorities i that a mob was foraiing they j tried to get the negro bat the cFiiTnnted at not less than c s'varmerd around tho jail before the were able to put their p'ans iata .Miss Stewman. daughter of aa Illi- i sois Central railroad is 17 j pars and a student in the State i formal school here. It was while j was on her way to school that she i world for the third time. A message was received from Lieu- tenant Gerlicke telling of his landing1 at at 7 o'clock Sun- day morning. He had traveled miles. Gericke and his F. 0. Dunker. who came from with the landed in a wilderness but were unable to reach a telegraph station before j I Spectacular ST. LOUIS. Ocr. in a hydro made a j iular flight on the Mississippi i i starting from the water five times and six tines. He- carried United mail from Missouri to Illinois. FAMILY IN FLOOn coast defenses. Sinks Torpedo Boats- John Armstrong CHICAGO. Oft. r.t- for the United States committee investigating the Lorlmer election today declined to talk there was a persistent rumor in political cir- cles that they had uncovered sensa- fighting tionsl evidence in their months' stay Oct. reports tell of the sinking of two Turkish tor- j pedo with a loss of 300 i j at San Giovanni di Medua. The Turk- j I ish versions minimize tbe affair. The I I Chronicle's Constantinople corres- j pondent says there is great activity on the part of the Italian warshins through the archipelago and in the Icnian Red zsss. It is believed their intention is to blockade the Dar- danelles. XORWALK.' 0.. Oct.. fl.-John J. Ain't it funny how the whole family _____ _____ will fight fer a chance to poke Kathryn open but none AskS OV6P TWO For Her Services. j Claiming teat t-3r attention to the Fair to- business of late John Tuesday Krupp. ana .nursing both for a slishtly warmer. five-year-pfTioc'.'was worth Teniperature at 7 a. one year ably more than the three dollars a 5.- week paid her. Kathryn his Tuesday at a .m. and brought suit for the _ v CO i.rt-.li-.lf-r r'nrt gets at ra. sum against the i uri.. J. ccio ai t.-ja t'. iu. T 'Smith.'69. dropped dead from heart j Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours Char.es J-Krupp and ..psepn S. Home-. difcase. his body not being discovered ending at noon eight miles ssrdnw. Monday morning in tne com- a mon nleas court. until Sunday night. at Monday morning. seized by a negro. A dog which in court at Chariottesvilie. Va.. -for in Chicago. 'The Lorimer hearing will iollows his yo'.ms mistress to school his release from the Blooiningxlale..as- be resumed here tomorow. to Ur.dorwoiS Underwood ISBN. FRAXK E. BALDWIN. State Senator Frank E. of lost his tao nrgro- yiurn and for recovery of in usittee -aspects to sit a month taking land young ister when the Baylessi in at ne ran away. i property taken from has caarged evidence andexaraicing the books dam broke and the town .was cie-j Searching part -es' are still trying to that his incarceration was the result Edward Hines. alleged and stroyed. A church behind which they I ocate tnr nngro-'who was Miss Stew- of a conspiracy of prominent Edward a'leged custodJan had taken refuge -was tipped over up-' cans assanaat. iYork society whom he the Lorimer expense fund. them. j BIG FEAJURbS YOU'LL SEE IN STAfrJOURNAL complete stories and illustrations of the famous McNa- mara dynamiting case trisl at Los In addition to the regu- lar press association new. there will be special articles by the Star- JournaTs special representative. Mr. V. V. who is now on the ground. There will be many new photographs as well as sketches by Satterfield. The reports will be Vie most complete published in San- dusky and will be absolutely stories and scores 'of the post-season championship baseball games. No need for the reports in the morning papers. Soon to thrilling'new one that will in- terest all from beginning to end. Watch for announcements. nion pleas i The small stipend per week was for work as a mere the plaintiff states in her petition She says that I promises that she would be conrpen- j sated for her other services were 1 made by the but execu- i tors of the estate refused to endorse the when it was presented Aa- IT. Helping tire late John Krupp in his and acting at a nnrse dur- ing the last five years of his wbea he was in a weakened and .totally was worth ten doiiivs a the plaintiff estimates. that she as his er and was constant in her except far a sixteen weeks' vacation. taken for her health. j In the will of .Uibfc Krupp. whu February 25 of this year. WSK no legacy or other provision the it is said. i thai she would contest the matter i were made bv her shortly aftw the dividing the hist filed. Attorney-..George C. Bert i represents the plaintiff. lEWSPAPERl   

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