Sandusky Star Journal, October 10, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

October 10, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio IM COMPLETE STORIES OF THE M'NAMARA FULLY AND STORIES AND SCORES OF CHAMPIONSHIP BALL GAMES WILL BE STAR-JOURNAL FEATURES. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER JWcNamara Brothers Feel Con- fident of Acquittal and As- sert Their Innocence. NO CHANGE OF VENUE WILL BE ASKED FOR Attorneys For Prisoners Have Prepared a Careful De- fense in t-OS Oct. Reiterating his arid his brother's Innocence of tile charge of dyna- miting the Los Anqeles John J. McNamara today express- ed his confidence of acquittal in the trial which begins tomorrow. Both sides are ready. It is con- sidered probable that another ven- ire of 125 men will have to be summoned before a jury is se- cured. G'eat eiowds have been attracted bv the tnai and th greatest piecau- t'ons will he tal-en against a demon- ftiation when toe McKamaias aie ircm rhe jail to the couit ico'D Whether John or James face tual will be decided tomor- 10W Fo'icwmg a conference attorneys for the defense today decided not to c 1- for q cndi.se ot venue tiom Judge dwell. STAGE SET FOR TITANIC COURT BATTLE IN M'NAMARA PROSECUTOR SAYS IT WILL COST COUNTY MILLION DOLLARS BURNS IN COLUMBUS. COLIOIRUS. Oct Detective who arrived in Coiumbus todav fron Chicago on his way to York said he did not ex- to be in Los Angeles to aid in the prosecution of the McNa- imra brothers until the first of week McXamaras will r.et a fair trial in Los Burns. dimcuitv m get- ting a jury was Mtornev Darrow overruled as- rr-c at PS in regard to asking a change ot saying that preliminary ex-iimUion of vemremen showed the IT- possibility of a fair trial In Los Ameles but added that ne creel to fortify the record with oth- er evidence of prejudice before mak- a serious demand for a change Tfe defers is making every effort to T-ave John McXamara tried banking heavily on his general ap- pearance and also the fact that cos- en.racv'innst be pro-ted as both sides Pdmt he was not in Los Angeles. The rrosecvt'on is in a quandrj. It be- lieve the trial of Tames would be the better but fears the effect on the sentiment of the country at laige if it defeis the union ofRcial's ordeal It is that District Attorney Fredericks will finally put James on trial first The defense is keeping quiet regard- ing its plans Ciaienre Dai row has he considers a per- fect but this he is keeping under The fact that She has retained tvo of the brst known chemists in the v.orld gives an inti- mation of one phase of his defense One of chemists it is said testify that the explosion in the Times building Caused bj gas and not dynamite. He will testi- fy that -gas generated in ink barrels and chemicals stoied in a blind alley caused five and frit -the explosion was added to in foice bj gas escaping from a defective mam Out bevond the h'lls north of toun there has been conducted a series of explosive experiments Re- peated drechaiges of gas and dyna- mite havs plowed up the earth in order that any difteience in tne ac- tion of shown. the explosives might be on Page War Will End As Soon As Country is Occupied is Be- lief ail Over Europe. TURKEY READY TO END AN UNEQUAL STRUGGLE I onoet heard tell of a vvife who never spoke a cross word to her husband They vveio vodveel and she stood against a wall day while he th'e-v knives all aioand IK Remarkably Rapid Progress Is iViade in Manslaughter Trial at the Start. SELF DEFENSE WILL BE CHIEF QUESTION Reports of Naval Battle Reach Rome Bui Cannot Be Con- Firmed as 11 dt-.it. at 7 a m one vear 52. Sun i bets at 4'57 p 'i1 urr wind velocuv fo- .M houis ending at noon todav. miles east at liv e oW k Monday atter- noon at 3 ns Defendant Stares Show ing No Interest in the Proceedings or Oct official dis- jpat'h fiom Xaoles states that 21 j transports tailed from theiie with troous foi Tupoli It is exacted that j with the occupation of Tripoli bv the j Italians- the war end A of I Italian marines suffeied a reveif-e out- i Tupo'i cling to dispatches Imng dm en back In Tuiks and staitmg for the interior. IBIKUEH President Taft Recently Refus- ed to Grant Pardon to Aged Chicago Prisoner. WILL LEAVE LEAVENWORTH Claim is Set up That His Of- fense Was Technical Vi- olation of Law PROGRESSIVES DESIRE CONVENTION CONTROL Hear of Naval Battle. ROME. Oct report received of a battle between Italian waiships and a Turkish flotilla ciuifaing within a tew miles of the Italian off Comacchio in the Adriatic re- mains unconfirmed The which came fiom stated that the townspeople there had heard heavj flung off the coast State Body Trebles Placed On Property Last Year. THE JURY. Philip Scheid. Charles Reed. W. H. Lipous. John C. Ernst H. G. Fox. C. C. Noel. W'lliam Ohlemacher. Charles Bohn. F. A. Haley. Paul Leis. William Koegle. Nicholas Fettel. GREATEST GAIN IN Ere records for speed in the work in a ease involving the killmg of a human being -were broken Tuesdaj morning in the cora- mon pleas court. In less than two bad beerj_jinpaneledj_ tir w i i j. vjjciiiiis statements ot LllieS Are Vallied at niade m in the action of the stats Ohio against Albert Water County Exceeds a prisoneis of war from Tripoli The British authorities retused to give the Italian vessel a supply of as sucn acton would be a violation The city and county will get more neutrality The prisoners included taxes this year than last year from I trew Of the Lake Shore Electric ac- a torpedo boat destrovpr which sur- rendered at Tripoli It is semi-officially announced that state tax commission and received bj commission of by shoot- mg Xicholas Betteridge through tia head on June 12. Before tie jury had viewed the scene of the al- leged offense. Not for a long time has a jury of men of such standing in the cois- cording to valuations made by thejmunity been sepred. Ten of tna of the Ger- County Auditor Deist talesmen reside in the city and prise citizens active in its business Sandusky's one is from the Soldiers' Oct R Chicago was today paroled and will be released from i Leavenworth prison LABOR TO FIGHT Oct. The Ohio State Federation- i bor in session here has decided to make the battle crj of all organ- ized labor the next fourteen months the referendum and recall The organization will carry the fight for direct legisla- tion Tnto every corner of the state with a view to bringing it into prominence during the campaign for delegates to the constitutional and keeping it up un- til after the geneial election ia 1912. Oct. sive leaders are beginning to fear them in winning out a majority in the cate that there are 400 entries for the 119 seats in the convention and one i ci the most disconcerting things is the i fact election by mere plurality I Fears are entertained that many will slip through who are not in har- mony with the majority of their con- stituents. If thK is true and the sentiment of the convention is closely divided this minority could hold the I balance m power and it is feared de- feat the efforts of the progressives. On the face of the returns two-thirds of the delegates are reported to be progressives but the degree of their progressiveness is divided. Some favor the application of direct legisla- tion to everything while others desire to limit it to certain kinds of legsla- r is expected that the snare of the and that of and one fiom the country districts. if tbe generally accepted idea that It will country i about m each as as could be figured on a rough estl- now abandon the measures altogether. 1' messages from the Tur- The totals for the city and conn- .-ere rebled I. auditors placed th. ta je.r the CANDY STORE LEARNS SHE'S LONG LOST SISTER OF WEALTHY PITTSBURCER I coming constitutional convention. The i ___ Walsh made application for parole j returns of the. various counties indi- a week ago when the board held regular meeting at Leavenworth. Rec- ommendation to Attorney General Wickersham was then made tor the aged bankers release President Taft recently denied Walsh a pardon but his plea to the parole board was the same as advanced to that his violations of the law were and did not involve moral and secured him r.o financial benefit.' Albo that he was ola and not likely to live long. In accordance E0 big percentage on Page possibility of a massacre of Italians if they remain in Turkey. the I seven being The Honor of the Big Snows tells of the great Hudson Bay Country. formal announcement of the paiole was made It was rot stated when Walsh would be tiee DROWNED WHILE DRIVING Pastor and Sweetheart Cannot Be Found But Hors.e and Vehicle Are in Kner. Two Kenton Men Injured While Settling Neighborhood Trou- ble As Friends Watch. Oct vices from Bomnev W say that Rev E B. Bruen pastor of the'Pres- byterian church at Springfield and Three and his Miss Sallie Shannon are believed to have been drowned They started io drive to Three j Ch'iieheo but leached there. I Their horse was foand crowned and I KENTON. 0 Oct duel with shotguns resulting over neigtborhood difficulties resulted in William and Michael Hickman being wounded While a party of their friends looked on After both men fell the fnends took up the fight but none was ser- Yazel was shot in the arm and Hick- nip n. who proposed the was more i Senouslv being shot in the i abdomen. appeared at the home accompanied bj several fnends. i He found his antagonist _also sur- j rounded oy a pa-rtv of his backers. I Yazel is alleged to have covered Hick- j man with his gan when the latter i asked permission to defend himsslf. j The request was granted and he ap-1 Pcared in a moment with his j Irstantly the men stepped off a' Sistanee of thirtv vards. which igree-1 upon. you asked both men put their guns to their shoulders called Yazel Two Woman and Child Burned In Destroyed at iansf ieid. WHEELING W. Va Oct 10 _ one child to d h v't exDlosion which was AU of the dead are An analysis of the valuations for the line inside the city shows that a somewhat bigger increase was made there in the townships and vil- lages through which the road oper- ates The commission raised the val- uation from for cuv property last to this mak- ing ihe same more than four times as large. The valuation of the company's eldeily men are more liable to than younger men is a correct the has a distinct advantage at the start For the hair of seven of the jurymen is tinged with and tha five others are middle aged. No one KESWS just what Kaiser thinks of the men. who Trtll decide whether he shall go free or speadi part of .his declining years pnson bars. All moining he sat with his head between his and hla eyes fixed on the table in front of him. and apparently showing no in- terest in the case. He never looked up to see what talesmen were being or by the attor- neys. a In asking leading questions of tha piospective juiors. Prosecutor Hart wanted to know whether there was any likelihood of an acquittal verdict because Nicholas the property in Lorain county was fixed by the state commission at In Sandusky the total is __________________ was anxious to learn if the fact that his client had been in- EUNS WILD. dieted hy the giand jury would be Oct. a 1 considered as an evidence of guilt. -That coupling pin broke on a train of Prsecutor Hart and Attorney Hitter ST Oct rti t tvuuiijtiii vu Premier Stolypm was assassinated as tj-Ctght toal cars tw enty-six of received many cojap-ltsents for a result of his distoven of enormous Wltn Ted Kmg on' tail end dashed concise and able manner in wlucn graft in the secret police department back inro the Warwick mines going x they stated to the jury what their tes- is stronglv indicated by evidence fortv mileb an hour down a steep tiiuoay would show A careful foHovv- brought out during the investigation a-rade j ing of their addresses made it appar- mu.rdey On the 8V'e of his The care ran wild through the inkv that the testimony of both sides death Premier htolvpm called upon darkness for half a milo I wouM-aet differ au-3 laat Generai chief of the secret Kins leaped just before they struck question would be up tr_ Jie jury as account for been received 'v which no account had been rendered. MEXICANS KILLED IN REVOLUTIONARY a switch and were piled in wreckage half a mile from daylight to whether Kaiser wss justified ia killing Betteridge in self defense. one of them Nick came into the de- fendant's place shortly after four o'clock of the afternoon of June raid Prosecutor Hart ordered and sat down at a table. identity pushed the glas'es off the table and the low started. All this time the defendant was in the back part of the and took no part m the scuffle that ensued. three thrown out of the rocks as. MEXICO CITY. Oct. 10 of- ficial report of the revolution in pro- in the northern part of Mexico states that 30 rebels pro killed and 70 wounded in a battle between tbo SAN Oct 10 revolutionists and fedeial troops at' tions were held in California Ds ion the 'and woman's suffrage The three frontinnwi nn first named are believed pornm to on Paae A NECESSITY The 'amr-aisni for equal s has I.PCH sph ted The Honor of the Big Snows To sum good afternoon In the campaicn the and newspaper is indispensibie to suffragettes women brought Will ylVe yOU 3 fieW View 01 people who want to know today's charges that the suffragettes have Life. news want to know forced club women to support their about today's buying opportunities cause with of social ostracism want prices and This is denied Governor Johnson particulars during the even- and t'nited States Se'iatoi Mm- ing's plan tomorrow's nesota. took an active part in tho buying. rampaism for the initiative and retsr- '7IS SOME ZOOLOGICAL COLLECTION. JOE HAS j Breakwater Construction i Placing Stone To Raise It Above Water menace to navigation at the Would a collection geese first The of one hcrse. a a this be a sten the dircc-' half a dozen a large number'tion but Jos will have keen to Sand'Skj ha'bo.- of of chickens almost as many steppirjr vessel men am launch owners ha about the same number of Complaints about Joe's pets eu vviu soon three cats three all with The section xac jtt fined in the rear of a house- on merous For instance the trnnu.ia' which has been to 30 by feet Io.' be considered a zoo-i cotnpaint against the seese their cotrpiefed. raoie dnr.p logical a ramature stocK farm ultr.ost constant honk-konkins w as to the oc t' or just a plain barked intermittently C5ts old section two aoovc the -wa Joe Qpirn 'the iron jawed .held concerts Irte each n sjht The and who resides on'chickens fend of The woik Is aVeadv under T3' Oct. confession store discovered recently that Shelby didn't think there was' to neighbors' yirds and And me done pv tlie Breakwater fon from the man who was re- she quite a different person and anything unusual about his the the coon the rnboits and. tion Co. the tikr-n r h. Nine Are Injured. MANSFIELD. Oct. I women were one probabl i Monday afternoon In the dc At the count of tnree both fired and struction of the millinery store of .from Pittsburgh in an might in some wai be mistake af-' any they had Joe haled before Miy-' been more or less Several launches Fitnesses sa-sv Both men moan- j Rjsch McCoy by an explosion of forms the last link m the ramarksble ter'all. But gradually she began tO'Or'Lehrer Tuesday morning. The i of a theatrical performer told tte trouble in fie oabt wuh pain I natural gas in the basement. chain which proves her the sister of in the other at store i alter carefully weighing all j he didn't like to part with tte rocVs wliirh were Mibmeut several children who had come out Fire which followed the explosion wealthy Warren Leighton. of that city. Tnej smijed wcr her story behind the evidence at hesitated for a j goat because N'annj was a trick ner protrfet was piadp. Now tr w the Hickman home as trapped a score or more women in- Lois Leighton. who until a few days and said Jessie before he decided the if that's the therument has acted With k are reported to have the wrecked building and for a ttme ago believed she was Jessie Parsnall. aiwavs had such nueer i Joe was told conditions would have tc and on a goat to che seneiai Johnsons onto ldmg flying but none was I .threatened to dewrov the the daughter of a poor fatnilv. and in always had such queer ideas' York Candy on- Page to be improved at his place and as a starter he promised to do away with er boasts ot. Quiprfs nrmhbors were unable to ap-1 of preciate the Xaany's OTvn-'jeth. comiitons be b im- j proved. ;

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