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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 9 GOT HIS GOAT. Are Now Said to Be Sacking City' and Murdering All Manchus Found. SOUTH Oct. 20. into the water by a pet goat he went' to save from drown- was the experience of William a retired butcher. Rain had converted Morning j Glory park into a miniatiure lake and the goat tied securely stood up on a hummock with only its head above water. The owner out to it and pulled' it ashore. Stooping over to pick up his lantern he was struck in the rear and landed in five feet of wa- te-.-. He sold the goat. BABIES AND WOMEN ARE AMONG VICTIMS Wires Are Cut to Pekin-and Re- ports on Safety of Ameri- cans Are .YOUNG WOMEN MISSIONARIES ORDAINED IN LOCAL CHURCH HAVE SUPPORT Qr r- F. SOCIETY AS THEY START FOR INDIA WILL GO SLOWLY Girl Swallowed Cyanide of Po- tassium Thinking It Was Headache Powder. WEDDING INVITATIONS' OUT October rebels overwhelmingly defeated the im- perial troops at Hankow yester- day according to messages today. Losses on both sides were heavy. The rebels are sacking Hankow and killing ManoHus whereever found. Not even babies are The Chinese seem fairly mad with j Dfllggist SayS He Sold hatred toward the alien race which has i dominated their government so long. Diplomats do .not believe foreigners I are in great danger as accommodation can easily be found for them on the foreign warships but it is feared they to Pastor Before Woman Took It As Oct. Clarence victory is most serious. Millions of j Immanuel Baptist church at Cam- Chinese have been waiting the is held here today while the come of the fighting before deciding police investigate the mysterious death whether to remain loyal or Join thejof Avis who was revolutionists. The latter having outbreaks are expected in every direc- found dead Saturday night after swal- tion. j lowing cyanide of potassium. Shi in assuming the of- fic of viceroy of Hu Peh and Hu supersedes in authority the war min- Yin Tchang. He probably will leave soon for Hankow and goes tin- der orders to inflict rigorous punish- ment upon the rebel ringleaders. The German legation here denies the report that the German troops en- gaged in street fighting at Hankow. Refugees from Shanghai confirm re- ports of the massacre of eight hun- dred Manchus at Wu neither sex nor age being considered. Additional Japanese are now on their way to Hankow. The minister was arrested at the home of Miss Violet to whom he was to have been married October 31. Several- hundred invita- tions to the wedding will be called it is reported. Miss Linnell is supposed to have ta- ken the poison thinking it was head- ache medicine. She had told her friends that she was to marry Riche- son. A warrant charging Richeson with first degree murder was issued this morning. Druggist of Newton. the pastor as the man to he sold cyanide Saturday. Rich- The -American legation at Peking eson first met Miss Linnell and then has asked the Chinese government an heiress to half a insure the safe transportation of Americans the territory between Peking and should the ne- cessity for leaving arise. The foregoing briefly summarizes the events of the day in the Chinese as far as is known for the foreign legation in Peking hare received no dispatches from Hankow since 6 o'clock last evening. The last message from the Amer- ican consul Roger S. Greene stated only that the fighting had be- gun. It is that the concessions in Hanxow are and that the ten or twelve foreign cruiser and gunboats in the harbor wane o answer a ew _ques- etkms ln connection with the Lmnell million. Miss Linnell had her wedding gown ready for her marriage to Richeson when she read of -his other engage- ment. The police believe she told the cyanide was headache medicine. No technical charge was at first placed against Richeson. After sweat- ing him for some time and receiving the report that the minister had pur- chased the formal warrant was issued. Richeson was aroused from his bed at the Bdmands home when the police called for him. He asked what he was wanted for but re- mained 'Composed when he wanted to a few ques- Officials Favor Sale But Want To Be Sure of Reasonable Cost Of New Sites and to Approve It if Conditions Warrant Such Photo by Sohlessman. IT GAVE HE 10 Had Premonition That Trip at Macon Fair Might Be His Last Air Flight. are ample even from t'hej joint Chinese ar.my and'navy. But it will be impossible to prevent stray shells from threatening foreign- or conflagrations and looting by the rabble. It would be difficult to cordon the because only narrow streets cut them off from the densely packed Chinese city. It is hoped that all the women and children already been safely re- moved from as It. Is feared that the defeat of the revolutionaries might be by excesses. A report has reached here -that im- perial troops have refused to detrain at Hankow.- Other reports say thej Chinese gunboats took little part in yesterday's because a direct fire would have endangered their own while 'a 'flank' fire would have involved a'bombardment over the for- eign concessions. girl's Richeson was the first one informed of the girl's death. The police assert he asked why he should be called. The girl was found In the bath room at Y. W. C. A. by her feet in a tub of hot wa- ter. BEEE TEARS OLD .Oct. Barneses regaled his courtiers wrtn wine his subjects drank the ancient Egyptian Richeson preached as usual on Sun- day. He had served in St. Louis be- fore going to Hyannis where he met Miss Linnell. They became engaged and he went to suggest- ing to Miss Linnell that she come to Boston to study but Richeson met .Miss the at the new and their engagement fol- lowed. __________.._______ One of. Rev. Richeson's parishioners said today that he referred to the death of Miss Linnell in one of his sermons Sunday. In referring to the suddenness of death he remarked that a very dear friend of very beautiful had been taken by death. He preached two sermons and officiated at a baptism fhnt dnv. Oct. the daring gave his life late Thursday in efforts to a crowd of people at the state fair here after to heed -a premonition that something .would happen him. Just prior to ascending he called his assistant mechanician and gave him the address of his wife in New telling him to notify her in case any- thing happened. The message was ent to her a few minutes later. He was engaged in making one of. the wonderful dips which has njade iim famous as a birdman but mis- judged the distance his machine was the and when it struck he was traveling at a terrific rate of speed. His body was thrown free of the machine and crushed. He died in 10 minutes be- fore he could be removed to' a hos- pital. Ely was reported to have been a Catholic and. priests from the cathe- dral were .called to administer the last sacraments. Before they how- Father Hamilton had forced his way through the crowd and performed the ritss. Ely's wife in New York was in- formed of her husband's death and di- rected to go to their home at Daven- to meet the body. The re- mains were prepared for shipment here and were sent to Davenport. Ely left his wife in New York two weeks ago to come Macon to give Miss Catherine Bruckner and Mrs. Helen Ensslin Sueger. who were form-1 ally ordained as missionaries Wednes- i day evening at -the Emanuel Evangeli- j cal will leave here Saturday for j India where they expect to remain for j eight carrying on mission to which they have decided to de- vote their lives. Both young ladies have been active members of the Christian Endeavor so- ciety of the which will assist j in their support. The repro- duced from a fine flashlight photo by was taken in the showing a group of members of the j society. Miss Bruckner and Mrs. Sue- i ger are seated in the center'in the front row. In the pulpit at the left is the venerable pastor of the the Rev. J. G. the father of Mrs. Sueger. THE PLAIN FACTS The present ventral rire and police stmion is a detriment to the bus- iness sevtion. Practically all down-town merchants and property own- ers wane it moved. The building is now in bad condition and it' retained must be im- proved at a BIG EXPENSE. Better than such an expenditure would be the fonsu-u.iion of new and modern adapted for automobile apparatus. Such a change MUST be made voner or later. The city new has the to sell to parties who will IM- PROVE the simply to a '.and speculator. The must be made at sin-.-e the Third National bank must have a new home and will look elsewhere unless it can acquire the site ROW desired. If it buys elsewhere. THERE IS NO PROSPECT THAT ANY- ONE ELSE WILL OFFER THE CITY AS MUCH. Cf those protesting. NOT ONE HAS OFFERED TO PAY MORE THAN the amount of the bid. The reason there were not more bids is that it was GENERALLY KNOWN' that the bid on behalf of the bank would be at ieast NO ONE WISHED TO PAY MORE. The sale was advertised and given much publicity. Market street and the entire down-town section needs develop- a new federal building woal d appear to better advantage beside a business and office rather than a police or fire station and stables. It is about time to forget personalities in to forget that this man or that man profit a few dollars by the and to look for theJJGOD OF THE_CITY. THE MERCHANTS HAJiB SOME RIGHTS WHICH SHOULD BE CONSIDERED. IN NOW IS THE TIME FOR THE CITY TO SELL. If any of those objecting to the sale I of the Central fire and police station are willing to pay or a.. favor upon the and its officials j by immediately calling upon Safety Di-' rectai- riauser. Following a conference Friday after- noon with Solicitor Steinemann and the finance committee of Di- LOS .Oct. rector Hauser announced that he was in the McNamara case was at fever not yet ready to act in the heat today with issues squarely j Both State and Defense in proPe''ty-.tliey i t-j vnv nrwm rhft mfv nri n ITS nrnrKils Samara Case Demand Re moval of Veniremen. UUL i BI reauv UJ aui m iuc manci. u n 1 1 j Mayor Lehrer also announced that Le JOnH U. a AS- ca of flights state fair in his Curtiss biplane. He has been giving spectacular flights here for eight going up on one occasion in a rainstorm. He even of- fered to make a flight at paint- ing his craft with phosphorus. as to startle the he told-the fair directors. The offer was declined for the reason that he want- Rev. Ricbeson will be given a liminary hearing Oct. 31 when he was j Ely was one o' the best known of before the ruler's health 4a beer much like married Miss Edmands. He the American aviators. His reputation of the present according to aiP5eaded not guilty when was international as an con- paper by Dr. Karl H. -Von Klein ofj Druggist. Hahn said Richeson told servative and experienced pilot. He him he cyanide to kill a dog. probably done as much .as any The funeral of.Miss Linnell was other American aviator in furthering today. Mrs. Linnell said she believed military experiments with the aero- Ricbeson murdered her daughter but particularly in connection with must have been deranged as en- United States navy. It was Ely gngeraent had been broken off Rich- who started from the United States read congress eson protests his innocence. DARING AVIATOR WHO FELL TO HIS DEATH Thinks Both Republicans and Democrats Will Agree to Redistricting Plan. COLUMBUS. Oct. Vining was in Columbus yesterday and went OD record as favoring an ex- tra session of the legislature. In ex- i pressing his sentiments in the matter be declared that he thought there were enough members of the senate i and both and domo- crittc who would pledge themselves to stay within the agreed and no matter what reactionary mem- bers felt like they not be able-to get any other measures before the assembly. Mr. Vining thinks that the legis- lature ought to be called together to not only redistrict the but to correct the error in the Canfield bill and put certain questionable sections 3l' the Smith one per cent tax law in such shape that they cannot be at- tacked successfully in the supreme 2ourt. of the mistake in the Lanfieid bill caused considerable com- motion for.a but everybody has Been thoroughly satisfied the mistake is to be blamed on the print- and that there was ado snout by those who used it is an favor of the ex- session. j steamer off in November. 1910. at San Francisco on January Ely landed on the deck o fthe armored cruiser Pennsylvania arid a few minutes later started.from that point and returned to the aviation field some ten miles Shell From Italian Warship in Front of Derna Does Great Oct. 100 Turkish soldiers and thirty-eight Arabs were killed by the explosion of a powder magazine caused by a shell from one of the Italian warships during the bombardment of according to a letter published in the Giornale d'ltalia from a petty officer aboard the battleship Napoli. The forts were destroyed before the Turkish flag was hauled down. A heavy sea was -which pre- vented the landing of but it is said that the troops were able to land at both Benghazi and Derna private reports say that Gen. Ca- framed and the state demanding the uu u t iav. i v ii-CLj w exclusion of Venn-email Who i time before a final decision is he believes the Times was de-j There-are -several important qnes- stroyed by a gas explosion and the de- Uons which the Director Hau- fense demanding the same ruling on I sei' and others want answered. First Venireman Jessen who believes it was i of wisl1 be certain that the destroyed by dynamite. The outcome j W'H have other and suitable loca- ____ is awaited with interest but it is ex- for a new station or n i r pected Judge Bordwell will reserve his that the cost will not be unreason- UcOldlSS TOi decision. AVhen court opened today 11 j the amount to be men were in the box. ..District Attorney John D. Freder- icks will ask Judge Bordwell to im- panel two alternate jurors. The appeal will be based on section 10SU oi the California penal which gives the presiding judge authority to select one or two alternate jurors in his a case will be of such long duration that there is danger of ness or death in the ranks of the twelve men selected to try the case. The alternates will be selected ait the regular jury is chosen by the same to Speak at rort Saturday. FISHER ISSUES PLATFORM n Pit call Under Suitable Re- strictions Favors realized from the sale of the property. There is also a question of time. If the bank insists upon posses- j sion of the property in less than a j the officials will not feel iikaj accepting the proposition for they it will take this much time to get new i while mtle C0ttld be aroused stations ready and they could not at-. in Sandusky in constitutional ques- teriipt establish temporary tions-apparently uiose m Ihe proposition of locating the police charge of arrangements failed' to se- the market with cllre a speaker to aadresfe fte j e fltt nuffrtl 1U t i i F e- pipusion for an auto is also which had been fomieu-thay ai j being considered and on this point ad- ing things differently down at H Preperty owners wsuld have iA 'Huron Huron. recently came nsre to attend a meeflrg method as that employed in securing j IQ consulted. the first twelve men. The defense Lehrer and other only to find that none beta- will have two peremptory challenges that the city should Now they are to have a meetin- and the prosecution one. The alter- 1 sel1 They wish to their own nates will occupy seats near the jurv- that the bid military 'commander 6T the Ital- ian forces at has begun his advance against the Turks camped in the hills. A column of Italian infant- preceded by cavalry scouts and supported by it is is marching in that direction. The chamber of deputies in Constan- tinople by a vote of 125 to adopted a motion that it had confidence in the government to safeguard effectively the sovereign rights of the Sultan of Tripoli and the integrity of the em- pire. The chamber also expressed confidence in the cabinet. The grand vizier outlined the police of the cabinet with regard to Tripoli Hon. John B. Fa a prominent dress in the Huron town hall Saturdav probable that tbere will be a further i conference in which couneilmen and j officials will participate. It is recognized that the deal Attorney R. B. candidate for jsocn be clossd if the present bid is ta'de'egare to the constitutional conven- be since the Third National.tion- nas issued a platform or state- bank must scon move and1 so cannot rcent in he takes a somewhat delay. If the offer should be refused vosressive neclarine that the _. the the bank would be com- Tfferendum piid recall Distribution Of FlindS IS AISO to look elsewhere and then it saddled and is but Arranged at Meeting. would not care for the property at any ths voice cf the the He woaM j price. apply the recall to iucgss as well as' ___________i That there were no more bids for other officials. He declares for a sen- Ton fi i n M is known to be to aratfl submission of the liquor Ten mills on the dollar is the the fact that all thp nurytmn tbe -1 ha In 11 _._' i LUC I'TTitr _ j would be no less equitable WEST BURY.' N. Oct.' I completely. destroyed the beautiful j country home of Robert Bacon. Ameri- j can ambassador to France. Thejnoney and HIBERNIA. N. J.. Oft. loss is estimated at mors than beneath of feet of water 12 Mr. Bacon lost valuable mir.ers vrjre drowned in one of the and curios. Wnarton Steel company's mines near here today. An ill timed blast of dyn- broke the barrie holding the hock and there chance of escape. All of dead are Poles. distributed should Apolitical partlss are a farce. bcuool. the opportunity. of Tbis is a non-partisan convention _ wants the oroDPrtv ininroved in a snit- to anct revise the con- L -able manr.prif it is The fund-unenrallaws only Hundred and fifty-one thousandths cf- ________L_____ arc to be considered If .r-han- a one and nine hundred _.. j is to be made in our fundamental and forty-nine one-thousandths of FINANCIER'S HEALTH the per pie will ultimately make it. u t. 1C PAIIQC nc The of the majority must in this As a result of the decision of lo bAUot Or WUKKY instance the the amount in the re-i eY.nies down the line spective funds will be nom rne ueua- Sandusky indepe tv's total for all purposes. street. Inquiry at his home brought The total value of property listed for that ho had suffering- from W DOI1 DUBUQUE. October tor Robinson resumed his flight down the MisMssippi to Xew Orleans today leaving.-here at He star-ted from Minneapolis. taxation in the county is as heretofore stated. WARREN'. 0.. Oct. but had fully PLYMOUTH. Get. Gump. 10. who shot and kiMH his W. Lawson. Roston was wife Sharon. on the night ordered Rf-niittH on a charae of dis- of 2. pcrmited to niter a pos'nsr of prcpcrrv hy a lottery by of second rtPgreo murder and was Judge Quinn in the superior court sentenced to the penitentiary for here. life. GET OUT THE FHss 100 Milss. Tex.. October P the aviator en route from the Atlantic to the flew frcm I Dallas to 100 in 9.1 tnin- i utes. landing at 4 o'clock ThnrFday i His only stop was at tfcirty- j four miles ..north of Waco. Oct. fourth game tatween the Athletics and I Before Rcdgers circled Gfant3 was again iwstponed tcdav on of rain and wet an office building made a per- _ Pred Snodgress. the Giant who returned to New yes- Progressive or prf are two distinct views in rs- to r'ne new the j and the focssrvative. TiH1 int'.cs'ti'-n of today is what do the great jma.ionty of people of Ohio i If the delegates to the convention will Icoiiscicnfions'.y endeavor to ascertain i r.-hat the majority the re- S'iir need not be feared. We have been living under the prcs- nit constitution for sixty years. Many rhanges havo taken place in'tha't -hoy the people are per sleep and ''ve. faster and son are mor-i sixty per tvnt 'n their We j living in a progressive sge. a 'republican form of government wherg i the people or should rule. The Prc-amble of the United States coasti- rains tonight or Sat- by saying the pen- SP I rt rt rn Cif f rv i .1 w cooler n'Sht- Temperature at 7 a. one year 5li. Sam thr- with most small towns is j in order to form a mcro jienV to'i If the people da ft en something is j There are three distinct iof our present j'otis dtp and fiew around the citv. dn- in his Sight to just above i terday because the housetops. j today. of the ill feeling against him here had not returned 1 Sun rises Saturday at and ecutive. lesisistive and isets at p. m. elertive. We eannot j Maximum velocity for 24 hours in oUr ending at noon seven miles _____.________ at noon 'south at Friday morning. tContinued oa Pajje NEWSPA'PEllflf   

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