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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               COMPLETE STORIES OF THE M'NAMARA FULLY AND STORIES AND SCORES OF CHAMPIONSHIP BALL GAMES WILL BE ST AR-JOURNAL FEATURES. AN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 1 CHANG Both the Charged With Murder in the Los Angeles Times Explosion Brought Into Court at the Opening of Handcuffed to Sheriffs. Prosecutor Decides to Try James McNamara First After Defense Asks for Separate Crowd is _. Present and Selection of Jury Now Will Take LOS Oct. trial of the McXamara charged in indictments with the murder of the 21 persons who lost their lives when the Los Angeles Times building was destroyed an explosion one year opened here todav in a special court room in the hall of justice before Superior Judge Walter BordwelV. Enormous crowds besieged the court room today. The ilcXamara broth- ers were brought into court handcuffed to deputies and guarded by city po- licemen. Both looked well and John declared he had gamed 15 pounds since being arrested. The formal application for a change of judges was de- nied. TH TACKLE-BIG JOB OF PURIFYING GREAT LAKES Af'lEK fYPrtutU EPIDEMICS BORDERING UTIES Circuit Judges Have Taken Up Briefs in the Diegle Appeal. OTHER CASES POSTPONED Rumor Says Some Indicted Men May Not Be Prose- cuted if State Special to The Oct. de- cision of the circuit court in the Rod- ney J. Diegle case is expected to be made in a few days. It is known thjit members of the court have taken lip the briefs and testimony in the and the decision is liable to come al- most any day now. The case against Senator one of the indicted has been as well as all other cases in connection with legislative gralt last until af- ter the decision of the circuit court is made in the Diegle case. While Pros- ecuting Attorney Turner declares that the cases against the other indicted members of the legislature will be piosecuted regardless of what the de- cision of the circuit court is in the Diegle it is being whispered around th'ai unless tXie court'B decision is favorable to the there will be little doing in any of the other with the possible exception of of Representative whose 'indictment was found on testimony in no way connected with the dictagraph. If the decision is favorable to the the case against Senator Huff- man will be called for trial within the next thirty and following his the cases against Senators An- drews and Cetone will be called. There was a little stir in political circles for a time yesterday when it was announced that William J. of the__g-eeat detective agency bearing his was in the city. There were all sorts of rumors afloat to the effect that he was going to make some farther investigations in the probe which was started last win- of the but the sleuth quickly dispelled these rumors by an- nouncing that he was here merely to see a stopping off on his way to New and that his visit to Columbus at this time had no offi- cial bearing whatever. But thpre was some sitting up and taking notice just the during the visit of the head of the big detective agency to Colum- bus. CAUGHT WIRE TAPPERS Md. Oct. tap- pers were caught operating outside of the race track here. Paul Heintr. alias was sen- tenced to three months in the house of correction by a Justice here. The men are alleged to have been operating in the intprest of pool rooms in Washington and New York. Arrives at Kansas City on Cross Country Flight Mak- ing Fast Time. Attorney Darrow made no objections when Judge Bordwell overruled the motion for a change of judges. The defense alleges that his action in dis- regarding the affidavit of prejudice is certain ground for reversal in case of conviction. Darrow announced he would early raise the point whether membership in the merchants' and manufacturers' association is cause for exclusion from the jury. When the defense asked for separate trials Judge Bordwell granted mo- tion and the prosecution chose to try James McNamara first. When Judge Bordwell took his seat on the bench the small room was packed almost to suffocation. There were dozens of special writ- artists and photographers besides the imposing array of legal talent for both sides. Representing the defense Clarence chief assisted by Lecompte Jos. Job Cyrus McNutt and J. J. Harrington. For the state Dist. Atty. John D. Fred- in charge of the prosecution and his W. J. Gr. Ray Horton and Arthur Veitch. Long befoie the time for 'the trial to a huge crowd assembled in front of the hall of everyone hoping for a seat or at least a glimpse or' the accused. Few succeeded in get- ting inside the as there was but room for only a dozen or after places had been taken by the newspaper representatives and court attaches. W'hen the court convened the ac- McNamara were led in by Sheriff Wm. Hammel Under Sheriff Brain. They gave no indication of nervousness but bora the looks of the crowd unflinchingly and calmly took seats beside their attorneys. The actual trial will not start un- til a jury is which will on Page ST. LOUIS. Mo Oct 11 Wright here toH the hopes j v he and hi' 0. i ta'.r.ed in their v.ith tbe j bazcaid is able to glide s without using his and to hang almost he said. 3 We trying to make a machine wniuh will appioximate that If a gliding f f machine it will lob cf 75 i cent cf us and set flying f'inard i First Troops Disembark at To- bruk Which is Gateway to Rich Territory. TURKS MAKE ATTEMPT TO RETAKE THE CITY Court Rules Out Testimony As to Row in Saloon Before Shooting. Are Diiven Back By Fire From Land Forces With Support of EACH SIDE HAD VERSION FRANCE BLAMED FOR 1 URKO'ITALIAN WAR Foreigners Tell of Eject- ed From Kaiser's Place During mosr r'l'cvUint development1 K ..or manslaughter trial at tho far off nouse WednesJav LOMDON. Oct fresh at- tack upon Tncoli by the aHisd Turks and Arabs is momentarily according to dispatches received here. The Italian war- snips 'sndeci field guns to assist in town's defense. The mystery that has envsioped every operation cf the war sur- rounds whatever has al- ready occurred at Tripoli. On ac- coust cf the Italian censorship no direct news can be The prospects for peace aapear as s ever. The Turks have he- q no encouragement frojm tha powers in response to the recent nois asking for intei vent IDE Itah is a a- derstood to silted definitely thftt The in rlio court irg by Judge Stahl that testimony relating to the row that occurred in- side the Kaiser saloon jnst before she will not_entercam any fatal shot -a as fjrtrf-l'.v ihv ftji1 inui could not be introduced in evidence-' annexation. It is believed that this decision afeet adversely both the Advance Guard Landed. and the defense. Both sides LONDON Oct -The advance testimony as to who sty tod the of the Iiahan amy Of occupa- gmal rouble The defense intend- laaded at Tobruii oa the n0ltll. ed to blame the saloon braul on the east coast of s.x hundred m.les uia wih insist oa dead Nick Bettendge aaJ a rother Oct. responsible would Dlace no obstacle in the way of ity for the Turko-Italian war was plac- ed today by a high official of the Ger- acquiring Tripoli. Italy determined upon the action it has taken. man foreign office at France's i did not initiate had no Astonished at the apparent impres- part in was not informed until sion that the Fatherland was behind too and therefore stronglv de- Italy's declaration of this whose position is so im- portant as to give his utterance prac- clines to accept responsiblity for the present was and the possible conse- quences that it may entail to the VJV VWkJ I fc. .1 li t- .UlfCVl I tically official gave peace of Europe. Germany is end- United Press the following interview getically working for the quick res- toration of peace. PAYMASTER'S CLERK SHORT Wireless Message Sent to Capture Man Got Funds of Away Savy. With Health Authorities of Lake Cit- ies Wrti Ask for Stringent Laws. 0.. Oct. ly laid plans for stopping the sewage pollution of the Great Lakes are to be announced at the meeting here in January of the International Pure Watei association formed lecently at Chicago. The passage of laws is to be asked in both Canada and the United States ply comes from the lakes There have I Looted Post Attempted to Cash Check Taken From Mail Bag. EAST Oct. Frank bank plaved amateur detective here this naorning and five men are now under arrest in connection with the robbery of the Smith's postoffice across the river from here last night. A large quantity of stamps were stolen and a sack of mail rifled. One of the men attempted to cash a check payable to a grocery company and known to have been in the arousing Gardner's suspicions. He followed the man to Wcllsville they -ncre anested. LIQUOR AMENDMENT WILL NOT BE ASKED CLEVELAND. Oct. State Federation of Labor in its session to- day indicated that it would not ask candidates to the constitutional con- to pledge themselves to an amendment licensing the liquor trade. This will be -waived so as not to weak- en fight for the initiative and referendum. today as a means of setting ftls coun- try right with the American ''The government is astounded to learn of the conclusion and impres- sion of a part of the American press that Germany is held responsible tor Italy's war policies. No but the breaking of the Algeciras act by France in sending an expedition to is responsible for the present situation. Italy feared the further aggression and expansion of France in North Af- rica and determined to secure for message from the flagship California al of th dti t only remalmns piece of the Pacific received via that the prospect alarmed the authori- Xorth. African the navy wireless requested ties. situation in Europe oeca.me the Los Angeles police to hunt for j it was Dr. C E. head of somewhat doubtful and critical when Charles Aurelius paj master's Cleveland's health called France virtually purchased Morocco' clp''K of the flagship. The message the Chicago and Foid was from England and Italy by giving president of the all claims to 4he two remaining to paymaster wanted for con- One of his chief supporters is Emil and Tripoli. Assur-l siderable shortage in accounts of gov- socialist mayor of ed therefore that England and France ernment where it was found necessary to build _______an entirely new sewer sys- I tern hpfnrf the 's water could be east 01 the city of Tripoli ani seveno- _ _ five miles west of the Egjptan fioat- Lh bettenctee. and Jpnni Tobruk is one of the gateway to while the state was inclined to h rf h t d b t thf. T k_ the responsibly on others m the lsh province and that geclion Tnr_ _ oli which the Italians are said car- The two foreigners Betterwge and Th Gespard placed on the stand bv the OCCUDaticm opcr upon lbj3 -BCC031. told about entering the saloon ipUsll-ment Vhich depends ItalVa ordenng beer and sitting down at a winingness to enlertain Deace proros- tsble. They said that ihev were ajs thrown out of Ihe and had wit- nessed the shooting of their compaa-' Assml Turkish sUr AC ion by the defendant. t Sofia' acce-oted a Posl af- With the testimony of Jay Ruem-'feirs m tne new Turkish At witness to the a counsel or the ministry it was dc- stnte rested its case just before to close all Italian fin- noon recess. Ruemmele made a bet-'ancial and scho'astic institutions in ter witness for the defense than Turkey and to seze Italian ressaii. the state. i It is learned in diplomatic circles He claimed that Bettridge ran to that Italy probably is willing to in- within six feet of when the'oerun'fy Turkey to the extent of latter was standing Tn tront of his'about but it is a question place of business. Bettridge had whether she is willing to largp stones in both hands poised Turkish suzerainty over Tripoli in any throw at Kaiser at the time the lat- ter shot according to the wit-i nes. With a feeling very evident in his to safeguard the health of the A'lbert in odd million people whose water told the jury Repulsed in Battle. LOS Cal. Oct. .TV -TV I beeir typhoid fever epidemics in sever- on Pase LABOR LEADER BEFORE JURY ON MURDER CHARGE IS CONFIDENT OF THE OUTCOME KANSAS CITY. Mo. Oct. ing Mai shall. Mo. at S 32 this morn- Aviator Rodgers flew here tc- coering So miles. Exxeding the record for a aeioplane flisht by 133 miles and speeding at times at the rats of seventy nriies an Kodgers landed at Matshall at 4.31 o'clock Tuesday afternoon on Tns air f'orn Xesv York to San Fi.mriseo. The formei woild's 1.285 wus made by Harry Atwood in a re- rcnt flight fiom St. Louis to New PEKIX. China. Oct. for- eign gunboats have been lushed to Hankow to protect foieign residents. A dispatch says that prior to the cap- ture of the town by rebels the com- mander of the imperial troops was assassinated by a bomb. The town set on by rebels The revolt has assumed formidabls puiified. Two things are necessary to attain pure say the Prohibit the emptying of sew- age in any form into the lakes and rivers. Piohibit all ships from emptying sewage into the lakes until it has been treated and then only when the vessels are at a given distance from land. Acting Mayor C H. of sees in the action of the as- sociation an avoidance of a -possible squabble between the United States and Canada authorities in the United States had not again begun this ment now it misiht have been neces- sary for those Canadian cities now prohibiting the pollution of the lakes and these soon to do so under the Bel- court to demand that your ment force your lake cities to stop polluting our supply of drinking said Dandmand. The committee to outline plans of operation consifts of A. ex- hcslth commissioner of I Health Commissionpr Charles H Has- tings. Toronto. R engineer NEW Arnold. TRIPOLI. Oct. Tuiks ap- parently do not intend to abandon Tripoli to the Italians without further determined resistance. A force of Turkish j with field was discovered j vancing m two columns with the evi- dent intention of recapturing tre town. A large body of natives marched with the troops and p'eseatecl a t'oraiiciabSe array. The Italian how- had an intimation that such SB i attempt probably would be made ancl _________ ._ his men were amply prepared. YORK. Oct. Dorothy The Italian guns were well placed the long missing girl for and ti'e Turks were met with a. heavy jrii rs ti--- i -n whom two continents have artillerv and searched has returned home the fam- replied with equal energj. It was ily has determined not to make it pub- moonlight and the fie.'t tve lie Greatest precautions were taken searchlights on the contending today to prevent outsiders from gam- the engagement was at ing information The girl's brothers height tne battleships and crt'scrs denied today that she had returned. Jomad m with their smaller _________________. directing the shells to -JOVPT the j an front and flank i For moie than hoar t'-e j on shore wa.- eontinuoas. bv.t gradual- ly ceased. The Turts retire'ir 'on m 5 I sood although it is reported that 6 i they suffered heavy losses. Another body of trod the Italhns' eastern but vy.th- out success. The Italian casualties were slight..... The fleet tee e- treating Tarks with a heavy fire. .e. If a woman's ex- pectin' her husband to biing her home some chances ai'y try to boner carfare off her to get to the ot- flee in the moram'. Fair night and Tluusday. Light to moderate winds'. Temperature at 7 a. m.. one year Sun rites Thursday at a. m. of government health de- Maximum wind velocity for 24 t k Tjf t I I 1 bio board of health. Allan M. Me- and sets at p. m. bHOWS Little COHCem Ovef SSP ions Charge Against Him. Held to Grand partment. and Health Fionzark. Buffalo Commissioner ending at noon six miles 'east at 12.15 atternoon. LITTLE OBSERVANCE OF COLUMBUS DAY IN BANKS WILL NOT CLOSE Without displaying any emotion or REGISTRATION LEGAL. m which he now findi himself. 1'am milk drh er. Wednesday morning entered a of and flre local Italians have.auilty to tne t.i.uige of embezzling made no plans for the observance of trom local milk deal- the day A prominent Italian er. nesday said that he doubted if any Rudolph v.as asraigned in raa-.or's i of his countrymen knew about the' com t. Mayor Lenrer read the ali- i holiday. davit to the prisoner and when the All windows at the post office tuH' reading was finished. Rudolph open from t0 a. He made no other statf- proportions and fear is expressed Log AXGELES Clll.. Oct. n _0n the eve of his trial on a charge of the safety of 2o American missionar- dynamicing the Los-Angeies John J. McNamara prepaied the fol- Trtf A II -n'nita ies in Wu Chang. All white women and children at Hankow have been York. Rcdgcrs has flov.-n 1.483 miles i placed on British steamers. according to railroad Rodge-rs passed over October and Oak Grove flying 60 miles an j more recovered hour. lowing statement for the United BY JOHN J. M'VAMARA- On the eve of my trial on z. charge of I appreciate the oppor- tunity tbrotigh the United Press of reiterating to thousands of wage fronl the'1 earners of the country my absolute confidence of acquittal. Kidnaped Twenty-nine miles from Kan- j ruins of this flood wrecked communl-i without a my innocence has upheld me through many trying sas City he was forced to alight he-i ty. makes a total of the le hours and I am glad the time is approaching when the extent of the con- jaust of mechanical troubles but was' suit of the breaking of the spnacy which deprived me of my liberty will be shown before the scon again in the air. He will leave' Pulp and Paper Company's dam on11 never more certain than new that justice will be doae and freedom here tcis afternoon for the west. i restored to me after my vindication here. p.. Oct. The attorney general's department to- daj mled that registration in Ohio on Thursday will be legal in spite of the fact that it is a legal holi- be day. Columbus day The orinion j Thursday morning but after the lat-Inient Because of the seriousness holds that the holiday applies only j ter will be closed for the the offense to which has to legal etc j mainder of the day There wsil pleaded the major two delivenes of mail in i no jurisdiction in passing sentence no The- 410th anniversary of the dts- the morning and one in the residence 'accordingly bound Rudolph ovei ty covery of America by Christopher Co- districts. grand jury undet bond. In -1- lumbus will not be generally Although Columbus day Wen j of Rudolpb was ed in Sandusky. The post office will made a legal holiday. Sandusky to the county jail to await the be open during the usual holiday j business Thursday the of the highe't court. hours the court house and pos- as usual. Officials of two of the lo-l At the preliminary t sibly other public offices will be clos-l Cal banks were in favor of Wednesday morning. the officials of the other ed in court alone. He had would not agree to closing their in-jand no relatives appears ed but the banks and business houses i will be open as usual. i Italians of Sandusky seem to stitutions for the day. Then it or incline about li overlooked Columbus day decided that ali four banks would' re-icharge against Rudolph While the discoverer's countrymen main open all day Last year. Co-j penitentiary R in Ohio cities will lumbus Pay was observed by all thfcMs 37 years of with bana concerts j local banks. j street. He was arrested   

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