Sandusky Star Journal, October 17, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

October 17, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH AST EDITION NUMBER 6 Two Veniremen Selected Sub- 1 ject to Peremptory Chal- lenges of Defense. TANGLE ON QUESTIONS IS STILL UNSETTLED Venireman Nelson Disgualified Himself .By His Answers to Query by the .LOS Oct. court reconvened today both sides in the McNamara triai were de- termined to press case and make material progress in the se- lection of a jury. Two veniremen have accepted -.by the de- fense subject to peremptory- chal- lenge and two more are expected to be chosen today. The defense was. much disappointed at its failure to force a ruling from Judge Bordwell.au to just how far an opinion which a venirernan insists he could lay aside can be used in getting rid of objectionable veniremen. Bora- outgeneraled botn sides by questioning Venirenmn Nel- son himself and 'leading him to admit he could not. .answer by yes or no could-lay aside prejudice. The state 'thea withdrew its objection to the defeitsVs. The point is certain to be' renewed- as the state is expected to develop one va- __nive-man who will- believe the Times was destroyed by a gas explosion. The defense will' to' retain the ve- nireraan while the state will take tne same stand the defense took on Nel- son and seek his removal. It is plain that the defense will early in the trial- to prove that the Times CHANGE OF VENUE MAY BE ASKED IN THE M'NAMARA DARROW FEARS UNBIASED JURY IN LOS ANGELES IS IMPOSSIBLE Scored First But Ninth Inning Home Run Sent St To Extra and Philadelphia Won was destroyed jthe National Progressive Republican congress threw down the gauntlet to President Taft and came out openly in opposition to his renomination and re-election. Senator Robert M. La Follette Wisconsin formally was indorsed the presidential candidate of the na- tional republican progressive move- ment. The indorsement came from Hal Records Attorneys in Los Angeles who believe Clarence chief counsel for the MfrNafflara will succeed in rapidly exhausting the list eight hundred veniremen made up by the superior court judges last Janu- tbink he-will ultimately ask for a change of venue It will be impos- to find twelve men in Los Angeles who have not acquired they. fixed prejudice in the case because of its notoriety in that section. sideraticn upon my return to Cleve- Three-Year Sentence Of Judge Kinkead Was Affirmed Today. DICTAGRAPH EVIDENCE COMPETENT. Mathewson and Coombs The Opposing Pitchers and Giants Wins Big Victory Butths Oct. a lead-1 is a matter for immediate con- er selected and the principles under which they will present their cause i Senator Clapp will make progressive to the people outlined in speeches-in Ohio at -'of as Columbus 'and Cincinnati soon. WILL FIX'TIME JANUARY 8 Democratic IVational Committee Called to Set Date For National Convention. Oct. The went from democratic national Bead- upsetting the entire case of the AVhen seemingly caught in its first the murder trial in an instant Monday twisted itself out of a situa- tion which worried opposing coun- sel since last Wednesday and for the remainder of the day went ahead1 steadily. 'Could you set.aside your opinions sufficiently to enable you to give a fair and impartial was the crucial question put to talesman Z. T. Nelson. Nelson had been asked hundreds of questions to elicit his views he had answered all of them without clearing up the situation. would take pretty strong evi- he replied dubiously. District Attorney Fredericks there- upon withdrew opposition to a chal- lenge previously indue DJ t..t3 IUCIB wui uc a. mulling ui LUC j on the charge of bias. jthe presidential indorsement of Sena-1 democratic national committee at the LJi was nothing else to do after tor La Follette. He helped to ghoreham in the city of Washington i that question and said Fred-j and then in his indorsed the n ericks later. talesman disquali- j resolutions which in the fied j paragraphs Nelson at length' before the question in state If Troops Sent to Meet Rebels Fail Officials Have Little .Hope. 200 representing thirty quarters here for a meeting of the and with enthusiasm of a char- i democratic national committee at j acter that faiflr may be 'described 'as D. on Jan. to RIOTERS ATtACK GERMANS ._..__. Are hell that i the time and place of holding the next j i _ i democratic national convention. The Uprising AgaillSt Foreigners a day spent in signed by Norman E. Mack I religious in its nature. After James R. of at the fin- and- Urey secre- i .al si3ssion of the progressive confer- tarVj May ence joined without 'There will be a meeting of PP.TTTM Oct. 17.-A1I passen- ai Pekin and Tan R at 19 suspended by the Jan. at i-i js using all trains out of he purpose of to-1 capital for the transportation i ing the time and place of holding the troops In the next democratic national convention i a nom'natlon of candidates culation. Ficrce street fl hti broke mans to stop pillaging. There is grave case. jtrative meet the When wiyrf 'closed two other tales- j for leadership such as present ccndi- i men had by the demand. This conference in-1 fense. a real estate dorses him as a candidate for the re- was. found and j nomination for Robert F. a also was and urges ja an the stairs or-1 examined Ki'verthe-- j ganizations be feraed-to-pfeffiete-feis-' it was the fairly general opinion j that the .Nelson case would be dnpli- Garfield argued with members of cated before a jury tne conierence until they gathered Bam both -are nast for tne flnal session. In the end Gar- middle age and white Rob- j fleld not committed himself to fear that a general attack upon for- eigners Is sail from strengthen j guard. imminent. Marines will Manila Wednesday to the American legation erts recited a number of businesses he an hammer and tongs pro- tmttCll'V-.. u L----- had engaged .in when nuestiore-l bv gnssive Mt a fight for a Attorney Darrow. Suddenly Darrow caught a'-familiar studied he asked ab- niptly. said the long time j The Merchants' and Manufacturers' j a local organization which is among those offering rewards for the detection of the person_or. per- ''sons supposed by them to have blown up the was brought into the situation. Roberts said he belonged to It several years ago. La Follette delegation in OSio. the SAULT- STE. Oct. through the blocking Canadian navigation streets of Hankow between natives and German marines. The situ- ation is extremely grave and an at- tack upon the American concessions may take place at any time. The government today is practically steamer loaded with locks the funds and apparently with- Asked his speech what he today rests at the bottom of the canal I But it is taking' Its only tended doing to g_et a La Follette below the 'locks in 35 feet of water. J staking all it has on one throw. It egatioa from Garfleld j The vessel srr-ng a leak in her sending trcops south as rapidly as side and to the bottom they can he put aboard trains cRnuafl after leaving the locks. i praying that those troops can put the rebellion. If they fail the 1 only chance is the money is iumior nr ntrnn ounmrrk tuaaue guue. uie money is IS STILL VERY DUnnlhU and the Manchu dynasty is 0- Oct. 17.-Clifford Jig- gers of near has com- pleted an built from scrap several tents and a out says he has no chance to it a trial because the farmers in that neighborhood'won't let him. Birdman Will Follow Mississip- j pi piver Making Trip From Flying. MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. Harry Robinson left here at a. m. on his flight to New Orleans. He was sighted passing St. Paul about a. m. flying easily and fast. Rob- inson had been trying to get a start Since Friday but was delayed by ad- verse weather. -.Robinson alighted on the river below Redwing and then re- sumed his flight. gone. Wfe and Children Surrounding Bier Are Overcome By Smoke But Arc K Oct. tne by the pessimism that dominates the general public. Chinese officials as well as others are sending their fami- lies away from .the capital. A published report says that the BAKER'S HOMER TURNS DEFEAT TO ATHLETIC WIN. R. H. E ics.O 000 0000102 392 ..00100000001 236 POLO GROUNDS. New York. Oct. Either because of darkening skies or darkening there was a bearish tendency evident in the enthusiasm of the New York fans today. The crowd almost equaled that of testing the capacity of the Polo grounds. But little enthusiasm was aroused by the appearance of the Giants on the however. The field was reasonably fast but the enough rn Hjgpnlnr 'g ball quickly and more'hitting was expected today than in the other con- tests. It seemed like a hard-luck game for the Athletics from the start. They were touching Mathewson rather freely but the hits were not. a Giant fielder being on the spot and close plays breaking against them. New York scored a run in the third and it looked like a repeat of Satur- day's contest until the ninth when Baker slammed out his second homer of the tying up the score. Two runs in the gave the Athletics the victory. i Defense- Will Go to Su- preme Court. At a slight mist began to making it certain the game would have to be played with a slippery ball. The batteries 'Coombs and Lapp for the Mathewson and Myers for the Giants. behind the Connolly on .-bases and Dineen and Clem in the ioutfleld. There was no change in the line-up of the teams. injured still in bad siapfc-joday and the Giants' first base- was hobbling badly when he showed up for practice. He was de- termined to start the game but should his leg go bad he was to be relieved by Devlin. At 10 o'clock the weather bureau de- cloudy and rain threatening but the clared that it was doubtful whether base ball fans would be able to see a ball game today. The weather was cloudy ancl rain threatening but the bureau stated rain might not fall un- til late this afternoon and then pos- sibly only in showers. The canvass covers on the Polo grounds were kept in place through- out the morning and nothing short of a downpour could prevent it was said. The pitchers for today were doubtful. Mathewson was billed ifc the regular order of things but owing to the day being dark it seemed says he is seeking re-election for ly Ames might be selected for his speed. Matty was sent however. it was would start for the Athletics. A great crowd was on hand when the gates opened at 9 this morning. GAME IN DETAIL FIRST INNING. ATHLETICS Lord grounded _ __ ........._....... Doyle to Mathewson getting jsewers water works ad- thereby placing the stamp of ap- an assist by knocking the ball fire new central proval uron the before Oldring drew two strikes and flro ancj poiice station and public band Judge Kiakead in which the senate grounded Fletct-er to concerts. attache was found guilty of aiding the Collins got. a hand but grounded ouij William Leitz. democratic solicitation of a bribe of by Stats to Mathewson covering will have his platform ready within a Senator L. R. Andrews. So ends the and on a close play. No runs. day or he announced second chapter of one of the sharpest NEW continued his-' When this'is the two leading which has taken place in the work of yesterday when he struck candidates will stand squarely before Franklin county courts in recent four times by fanning on three people and tlie contest will then years. The third chapter will add- ed balls. Doyle grounded to Davis uu-.i be on. The remaining days of the b.v the supreme to wliiea Oct. circuit court today affirmed the three years sentence imposed up- on Col. Rodney J. senate convicted complicity in legislative bribery. while losing another and one up- on which practically everything was will not at once go to tHe penitentiary as his attorneys will appeal to the supreme court. He was convicted on July-3. Diegle was not present the decision was read. Through the ac- tion of the court in overruling tha contention of the defense that the entrapment of Diegle by- use of 3 dictagraph was not the stata is now in position to proceed the other dictagraph cases pending The first real development in the lo- in which Senators Isaac primaries i George K. Cetone and L. E. Andrews are indicted. Regarding the tion that Judge Kinkead drove tlia Mayor Lenrer of his to a Tenjjct by keeping it-oat 65 and hours during sultry the circuit court held to the view that nothing was said by the court that might not properly LEHREE. In Statement To Citizens He Says He Seeks Second and Last Term. OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN Candidate Leitz Also Issues a Supplement- ing Platform cal campaign since the came announcement by a and last and declares that his present platform is the ord of his terra in office. He speci- said nor fies fourteen the longtb of snc.tu.3.S-iSL including the elimination of- indicate coercion trfoda o iio-ht n.ont UOHSluenng. tl a municipal light thc whole we are of the opinion that the evidence garbage disposal public dump- offered sustains the verdict and -wft ing use certain parks for find no prejudicial .was the con- improvements of -elusion of the decision of the circuit assisted. Snodgrass fanned. Xo campaign promise to Trieste's will appeal. Coombs disposed of the Giants Mayor Lehrer's platform follows in announced shortly be- eight pitched balls. if fore noon v-.-ns a great victory SECOND IXNIN'G. Sandusky. Ohio. Oct. 16. 1911. tlle state wH1- ic is believed. was given aj TO the Citi7ens of have mucn effect future cases. royal reception but grounded I am seeking re-election to thn of- li means that the dictagraph has been Doyle to Merkle. lined to Her-' flee of mayor of our city for a second beld competent. AVhen it- became zog who made a sensational last term. known last night that the decision of south of consumed ine j rebels at Hankow have captured one Davis flied to Snoflgrass. Xo runs. j in submitting my candidacy for your the C0urt wouid be announced of John who died the Chinese warships anchored 'off ia rumor spread that the state would suddenly of heart disease. ithat city. Delayed advices from the' His widow and three small i south are that the imperial troops who sat about the bier when the cry j which retreated from Wu Chang and of fire was were overcome. jHonkow are mobilizing at A few minutes after tb3 body of Mr. The government applied formally Hostetler- was the blazing for a loan of or about roof fell. i to the international bankers who arranged the currency reform loan. The group of financiers who represent four the Unit- led Great Britain. Germany land were unable to agree to this and the loan was refused. Men Armed Themselves -And Are Now Being Pursued by -Posse of Officers. Oct. Overpowering a guard whom they gagged and tied three desperate crim- inals procured fire arms and escaped I from the state prison farm here early today. 1 Posses who went in pursuit at day- Charles Frohman. noted dramatic j light expected that the men would producer of New and a native fight for their liberty. They arc Bill of Sandusky. who is seriously ill in notorious robber who held- up CHAKIACS FROHJIAN on Page on Page COUNCIL TO EMPLOY EXPERT ON LIGHTING Appropriates To Secure Exact Facts As To Municipal Also Have Engineers Go Over Water Works Pay For Policemen and the Firemen Zack Wheeler ses he knew a fellfir In the city that named his store Bum I so nobody could pass it. Cloudy and colder Wednesday colde.1. Important initial steps looking forward to the stopping of the big leakage in the watsr works de- and providing for ex- pert advice as to the installation of a municipal lighting plant in Vie city were taken by the city council at its meeting Monday night. The city fathers snowed that they were in earnest by appropriating two i thousand dollars for these purposes j lose. The it. was had written by Judge H. S. Feme- I a democrat. The other judges iare Charles W. Dustin and James W JAliread. Attorneys Belcher and fDiegle. Senators Huffman and and Representatives Lowry and all unner were i confident up to the last moment that i the derision would be a reversal of i Judge Kinkeart. Such a verse to the would have given i them srfHit hopes. The defense based its argument for reversal on three grounds. Diegle was entrapped by de- tectives. and it is a principle of law that when' a person is entrapped in a o-rime which rfkl not with but with he towards encasing an enslneerins com- prav to make a preliminarv survey Pros tbe water worts with a Second-Dips c did not view of the big and Mi- ihc court has ruled the detective cot of_the- inspection. City BnghKer King who trie. I the erred in limiting confining thf said. The work be started wif.iln short as the authorities say that to in order to brins it must 'reported a finished before the real cold weather continue its deliberations sets in. Up Again. Okla.. Oct. is now reported to be somewhat i ville i combined. Members stated that it was j Thp other thousand win go to pay BISHOP TTVER BMD __ Temperature at 7 a .m.. one year'worth'that much money to find out service's w'hcThave Va.. Oct. Right his apartments at the Knickerbocker .a Southern Railway train near Gaines- what was wrong with the water works as to municipal electric light Sev- Augustine Van De Vy. the the por a after months twenty-two years ot the last summer. Thorn aj Sun rises Wednesday at a. and to ator Rodgsrs morning. He xpece o ma en- roman ave ever een puse on wo was servng u e Maximum win reocy for 24 ours '-pr muncpa ownersp o gtng wasin favor of this proposition about 70 miles to the- but the Star-Journal was able to IKS- sentence for killing another man and erdias roon fourtren miles Ifacilites. -1844 in southwest before alighting. this one. wife. .southeast at Monday evening. Tbe first thousand dollars is to go' on Page jBeigiura. left here at this i improved. Very few pictures of murderer a life sentence and and sets at p. m. He expected to make Den-1 Frohinan have ever been published John who was serving life i Maximum wind reiocity for rd in the city amons many persons 'Of discussion and controversy pverv- Roman Catholic .rtiurch -.'..I 24 hours -for municipal ownership of was in favor Of this j died hv of in VSPAPERf ;

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