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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio HONOR OF THE BIG NOTABLE SERIAL STORY THAT WILL INTEREST ALL BEGINS IN TODAY'S PAGE THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER SMALL PROGRESS MADEFIRST WEEK flew Los Angeles Times Building Will Rise Within Stone's Throw of Where James B. McNamara Is Now on Trial for His Life for Alleged Dynamiting. Attempt Was Once Made to Blow Up Hall of Records Where Trial Is Now in But Was Frustrated By Po- Take Up BY VlFtGIL V. M'NITT. LOS October of these days the trial of the McNamara brothers will actuall begin. After a few weeks or months of -wrestling with the jury the court TV ill begin hearing testi- mony. This may be about Thanksgiving or it .may be nearer Christmas. This greatest of all incidents in the fight between capital and labor is staged within a stone's throw of the corner where the old Los Angeles Times building formerly stood. While the trial Walter and the-attorneys debate tediously with a construction gang is busying itself with the foundation for Col. Harrison Gray Otis' new news- paper to taKe the place of the one that was destroyed. Oldest Judge of United States Supreme Court Sick But a Few Days. DISSENTING OPINION IN TRUST CASES FAMOUS The court room is located on. the 8th floor of the new Hall of Records a skj scraper ad3oimn.g the county court house. This building is not yet but it is consirl erably nearer completion than 1 would have been had a certain charge of dynamite exploded about the time the Times building was blown up. The will thflt tr Times cirne to grief on October 1 1910. An infernal machine was coiered at the residence of Felix secretary of the Loi FIRST BLOOD Jurist Held That There Could Be No Re- straint of Oct. Justice John M. senior mem- ber of the United States supreme 78 years ola. died at a. m. following a brief illness of bronchitis which developed complica- tions. He was taken ill with a cold Tuesday. Harlan. won ei ti aoi dinary fame last spring by his dissenting opinion in the Standard Oil and To- bacco holding that there could BAD FOR DEFENSE. LOS October a political amendment forced through- the legislature by the railroad machine which for years controlled the state will prove an enormous factoi in the McNamara trial is assured. This provides tj'iat where a venireman admits he has formed an opinion r v but states he can set it aside he may be accented as a juror. Judge Bordwell Ttas taken the ob- jection of the defense to accept veniremen under such conditions. under advisement. If the statute- forbidding ttie de- fense to challenge veniremen is Attorney for the admitted today that the defense would be compelled to utilize its entire 20 peremptory challenges for then take what's left and trust to may not be able to enforce even the ordinary provision of the he pre- sumes a man innocent when ar- and a machine made law might cost the life of an innocent ATHLETICS LOSE IN FIRST CONTEST Crowd of Fifty Thousand People at Poio Grounds Saw Open- ing of World's Series for Baseball Champion- ship. Mathewson and Bender Opposing Pitchers and American Leaguers Scored First Run Early in Garnet Weather First York Athletics Angeles Merchants and Manufactur- ers at the same time. Another was found at the home of Col publisher of the Times. To get back to the an inci- dent took place in the uncompleted Hall of Records a few days on the night of September to he exact. A policeman saw a rman pdowling about the building and gave fhase. The man fled. Later a charge of with a time was found near the hoisting engine is Disheartened Secause of At- tacks-Jade Upon Him But Will Not Leave Under Fire. O.. Oct. is being strongly intimated that the resignation of T. H. B. waiden of the Ohio is near at and that it -will be forthcoming within a few days. Warden Jones has been the victim of circumstances ever since he took hold of the big penal and while he has made a splendid of- not one word has been said against him until the testimony of- fered Thursday by former superin- tendent of the night Solomon Shipley Coming as it did right on top of these charges of the escape of the two prisoneis yester- day at was the straw bioke the back of the pen administration. It has been intimated for some time that Warden Jones would not stand for the severe criticism that had been under his administiation might have been made under any other admmis- 1 but they have been coming 'pretty thick and fast and the pressure seems a little more than even Warden Jones and his fiiends can stand. The board of administra- tion is standing solidly behind War- den and in the very strongest terms uphold his work since being in charge of big penal in- stitution. In. a letter to Attorney General Ho- gan today Warden Jones declared that the attorney general's drawn investigation of peniten- tiary affairs is demoralizing the dis- cipline of the institution. The fact that the convicts escaped Friday un- der the noses of two armed guards conduct is now being investi- is said to have something to do with the warden's letter. POLO Xew Ociober of baseball fans were packed in here this afternoon when the Giants and of the National and American clashed in the fiist game of the world's series Ten thousand others were unable to gam admission to the park. The great crowd saw the Glantstrim the Athletics in a fine thanks to Collin's boot in the fourth The diamond was lightning fast Bender and were chos- en as the opposing pitchers after 1 o'clock the battle was on Klem was the umpire behind the bar. with. Deaeen on bases and Connolly and Brennan in the outfield The Athletics drew first Diced when who had singled and had been sacrificed a scored on single Betting was still light today. j j dsnt wpportevs v.c-re hedging and' were given nriris. A flood nf hngna' tickets added to the anger of the tana the speculating Special oin-j cers were put on duty to inspect alii tickets and persons who had bought' the counterfeits were taken from tfcoj line. Many women were among thei first arrivals at the ball paik early i this morning. Weather were ideal. GAME IN DETAIL used in. erecting the steel framework I made of his and that While most of the talesmen are an-.he was about leadv to rpsicn________ xious the jury tne aer fense's attorneys say they are prepar- ed to fight an attempt to get repre-1 sentativcs of the Merchants and Man- ufacturers association into the jury box. This asociation is Tielping finance the and Attorney Clarence Darrow says he would not like the idea of having John and .Tamos MeXamara tried before their prosecutors. The defense would like a -iirv oT a first offering cut'Initial Deposits to Be Received the plate unmolested by Lord. Lord ui then fanned. Oldring fanned on Three 1 at POSt Office WeSK FfOTl swift pitclfld balls. Collins lined _ Devore. i New bounced to Ben- j________ who threw him out at first. Doyle j Dc- Isingled to short right and stole sec- WftU WILL DC ond. Snodgrass and Murray fanned. October first clue to the whereabouts of men wlio SECOND INNING. singled. Matty to Merkle. Murphy TO HAND OVER penitentiary yesterday was took third on a passed ball. Davis j today when Ernest of scoring Baker Matty threw j telephoned Warden Jones that out Barry at first. Thomas Her- j hos-se and foujjgy 'had been stolen zog to Merkle. I from his barn last night Pen offi-1 New out. Collins to cials believe the escaped convicts Herzog Barry to responsible for the theft. TOBACCO TRUST PLANS THREE NEW COMPANIES Fletcher fanned. THIRD INNING. Bender bunted to ilatth- ewson who threw him out. Lord flied to Murray. Oldring doubled down the left foul line. Collins walked. Bak- er fanned No runs NEW Oct. Plans for the l New York-Myers popped to Old- reorganization of the tobacco trust 'rmS- Matthewson fanned Bender became known here To com- gave Ws flrst base on to Devore- with the reqiuiements of the law the trust will be split into three sep- arate companies Government Troops Are Sent BANDITS HOLD AMERICAN Against Rebels Who Are Ad- Demand Ransom of But flied to Lord FOURTH INNING flied to Myers. Davis Fletcher to Merkle. Bar- ry popped to Fletcher. to Be in Charge of Department and Rules Are Edward clerk at the local postoffice and local TJ. S. civil service commission is ro be in charge of the Sandnsky postal sav- ings Dank. Saturday he receives from the post office rules and regulations of the postal system and information for the depositors. The b-jnk is to be opened here next Saturday. October 21. There con- siderable interest as to who will be the fust depositor. Relative to the batik to be estab- lished here the department has sent vancing to Meet Them. He did not desire to quit under and it is said decided to re- main until after the investigation now- being conducted by the attorney gen- eial had been completed. The escape yesterday is said to have caused him to consider changing his and his resignation at any time now not be surprising It would be given to the board of control aad they would appoint his it is CHINESE REVOLT SPREADS well known that no workine men and farmers. The lists consequence have 'b have been drawn thus tar ircoi ttie roll of and include many tinkers ana retired tradesmen. The defense will barges of any made against admimsti of the and Revolutionists Say Pekin Will Not Withstand Assault Ac- count Mutiny of er Escapes After Officers Attack Thugs. Collins to taking second. Merklf j fanned Collins hooted Herzog's hot' I one and Snodgrass slid home ahead of _ purpose of depositing t3ii States government Collins' throw. run. FIFTH INNING. Fletcher fanned. One repayment. faith of the ed States is solemnly pledged to payment of deposits made m postal October Jennings S. Jr.. general manag- er of the Spanish-American and Pedro Aguilera. mining flied to savnigs depository offices with ac- were held up by bandits near Santia-i Bender singled but was forced by crued interest as provided bj the go Lord. Merklo to Fletcher. Oldring al savings act The b-indits demanded got his second double. Lord taking Who May Accounts held Aguilera as hut third Merkle retired unas- he opened and made by any leased Cox that he might obtain the sisted person of the age of 10 years or money New out. Coliins to in his or her own and by PEKIX October 14__Troops Cox proceeded to Santiago and re- Davis. Mathewson singled. Devoro ried woman in I'erown name ana fres e beinV rushed to Hankow and witb-1 turned with a party of armed fanned Doyle out. Coliins tc Davis from anv interference or control by a few dajs i decisive battle the bandus and No runs. .husband No pprson ran have are in be fought forces shots with them that befoie the probe is completed left Wu Chang to meet the lhis Agmlera escaped During wiH have vmdi-ated himself of the I metit forces chaiges made by Guard Shipley. This i That the entire imperial army is uards are pursuing the outlaws. lilaL l-UK lulfdlCAL C11111V 1Q be no reasonable restraint of do lts Dest to tbe selection of he ls expected to and he does permeated with sedition seems certain rrr.. He sened 34 years on the bench Tne death of 'Harlan gnes Taft the duty of selecting h-s fifth ap- pointee to the supiemp Justice Harlan died while in a peaceful his daughteis and'j son about the bedside not know- ing when be passed awaj. Only the J famous chief John i served longer on the supreme bench than did Harlan To be chief justice was Harlan's greatest ambition When Taft elevated his to that seat his friends knew that from that time he started into a decline. In addition to appointing five mem- bers. President Taft has also raised Justice Wh'te to the head of the court which -virtually amounts to the sixth appointment Justice Harlan stood six two inches in his stocking feet and when in good health weighed 300 pounds. He held himself well in hand through i On Page j_ i.Mii4. of this type. to h's friends that he the number or trained troops Js in- John and James McNamara do not clear _ his administration of any significant whilt- in addition it is not seem greatly disturbed by their im- before he is through believed will fisht against their I with thepiobe. 'OW0 enthusiastically. Tho buch escapes as have been made SCOTTY'S BACK WITH 'MOTHER DEATH VALLEY MINER KEEPS HIS SECRET LOS Oct. has another bankioll. Valley they call him out but his real name is Walter and his claim to fame is based upon the vari- ous money-spending dashes he has made through the east. He has just come to town and is evidently well supplied -nith wealth. last winter despite his 'gradual de-1 Fm he snorted. dine and won his greatest fame take a slant at through his dissenting opinion in trust cases when he bitterly denounced the remainder of the court for ing tne power of the legislative bianch of in reading the word into the Sherman law. Associate Justice John Marshall Harlan. the oldest member of the su- preme court of the United was born in. Boyle Kentucky. June 'is as certain as there is a Death Val- And he drew foith from his trous- ers pocket a roll of yellow bills as large as a tomato can. Just where got his money no man lias been able to say with def- initeness during the years 1904-06 he had plenty of that he spent it with fierce recklessness 1833. After graduating from CPH- ter college in 1850 he studied at Transyhania and began the practice of his profession at Frank- fort. In 1859 he was elected county judge and in the same year he was the whig caadidate for congress. Two years later he lemovefl to where he raised the tenth Kentucky infantry with which he served in Gen. Thomas' division. Up- on the death of his father in ISoa Mr. Harlan resigned his commission in the on Page ley. where his supposed gold mine In July. 1905. he hired a train on the Southern Pacific and swept up the dust across the southwest in his hurry to set to New where there was a gallon of whiskey awaiting him. This according to was somewhere m Deatn He was the only man who knew its location. He declared it was amazingly rich and would last a man his lifetime. It's true that in early flays be did tarri around a lot of loose gold. rapid progress of the shows that the leaders are working along carefuHj matured plans Fears of an anti-foreign out- break have Iesspn3d here as it is real- ized the rsbel leaders are capable of keeping their promise of protecting the Ihes and property of fpreianers. American troops from the Philippines are reported to be on their way here. Scores of corpses are lying unbtired Jn the of Wu Chang The massacres continue It is estimated that 1.000 persons have slain Pekin is in immediate danser of at- tack Advices fivd show the re- volt is spreading like wildfire Thirty thousand troops which to have departed for tne military manemers at Knifons are on Seth Barlow says his wife wants him to buy a new parlor suit He's willin' to change his clothes once a hut he sa-vs he'll be gol dinged if hell change 'em time he goes in diifeient room SIXTH INNING. singlpd and was out stealing. to Doyle Mtir- phv flipd to Snodgrass Davis out Heizog t'y Merkle No runs New took firf-t hit on the elbow Miurav bPcnfieed Baker to Davis stolf third. Baker throw when Snodgrass struck him on Parre 61 than one account at any one time. On Page YOU SEE THE GAME. a Forecast. Local rams tonight Sun- generalh fan- Sun uses Sundaj at J.J d. tl i -t move in the streets ami several ana- a' divisions of the anm are velocity for -t at a. and sets 4 4S p. m for the suburbs. That Pekin can saved is deemed impossible The wjnd 1n is known to bP m irt hours ending noon todaj. 12 SS'and it the at 12 will be thp tor a wholesale do- __ ---I.T which car mean nothing less r-nnimn A m r-mmmi o than the destruction of the cHy. CHARLES FAWIOU S THEATRICAL Tt is believed that the rebels i Oct W. president of Ohio State will be In Chicago Monday Next to watching the contest to inule Senator of Wis- itself as one of the cheering and ciapp of jimnestoa. to the next best Vihg come IQ Qhlo to aa..e Speethe8 la for tbe baseball fan .s to watch of a constitution Dr. the Star-Joi-rnai's bulletins of the from to extem' tne post-season as thjs news inMtduoa by the executive comraittfee comes hot from the or to Ol i-'nstert Constitutional commit- read the wviole story m the Star- tee' _____________________ Journal a few moments after the ._ last man cut. Hers you get WILLIAM TAYLOR DEAD the story of the oy as well as the sco-e. You know Weil .Knvvn and Potiflclan in at once just how the game was Columbus Succumbs a won and I Oct. Lou 1 COLUMLU'S. O. Oct long terminated in tbe deatn of Loi. Ta over flOQ.ono in when they raided Mexican the treasury MAN AND NATIVE OF VERY ILL i la addition to havmg families which left large numbers of and to add to the danger all were opened the inmates released to wander about the town. The rebels have been unable to era the an- tbor of numerous works poliiu.'1' and historical subjects. Col. T Charles well-known the-1 weeks before he is able to leave identified wth democratic orsnniziitica i i Mr notable He was j Hankow and also obtained a half mil-j j dolhrs in the same coin from Hankow merchants. Hankow was a scene of j atrical pioaucer. and one of the most I rooms There -was a massacre of Manchu i famous natives of Sanduskx. is seri-' AD has been made ill in his apartments at the i Prohman's emploves and associates to i cratie nominee- for s-ecrt-un Knickerbocker hotel. Xew York There has been much secrecy about his case and the news did not be- come public until Friday. keep secret the fact of his and in iSSU and tor y at the Empire theatre it was 18W. but was defeated in aounced to inquirers that he i stance by a small r I had an attack of rheumatism. years he was engase'j m itt- maintain order and business has been Mi. Frohman is under the care of1 other it is learned work. completely suspended there and at Han Yang and Wn Chang. The work- ins classes are without ewuloyment and are attempting to plunder. two one of whom an- that for some weeks the producer has j For the test two 5 oars noumed that while the patient had passed tbe danger his condition been suffeiing from a veiy se-veie at-as state commissioner of old tack of inflammatory rheuniatitm and is still and it will be many that Ms death has been feared. I in 1SS7 He was bora in Perr- EWST-APERI
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