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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER THE f TODAY'S [JEWS TODAY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH YEAR, SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 11. Father of Girl Secures Lawyer For Minister Accused of Linnell Murder. HINTS AT SENSATION IMPLICATING ANOTHER Prisoner Has Not Resigned As Pastor of Immanuel Bap- tist Church, BOSTON, Mass., Oct. a former suitor for Avis Linnell's hand was responsible for her qhame and that he and not Rev. C. V. T. Richeson gave the girl the drug that killed her will be one of the chief points of the de- fense when Vie paster is brought to trial was stated today by friends of Moses Edmands, fath- er of fiance. The Ed- mands family will also attempt to establish ah alibi for Rfcheson, showing that he did not meet Avis the day of her death. The min- ister refused to talk of his case today, although reading all the newspaper accounts. BELIEVES HIM INNOCENT. HERE'S PASTOR HELD AS SLAYER OF GIRL MEANTIME, MUST THIS CONTINUE? On Oct. 31, instead of being mar- ried to Miss Violet Edmands, as he had planned, Rev. C. V. T. Richeson, pastor of a Baptist church at Cam- injured. Negro Who Killed City Attorney Was Hanged, Then, Cut Down and Shot. FRIENDS OF COLORED MAN SWEAR VENGEANCE Two Other Men injured by Ed Suddeth's Fire Are in Crit- ical Condition, bridge, Mass., will be arraigned in court charged with the murder of Miss Avis Linnell. AMHBRST, Va., Oct. know my soa is innocent. I shall defend Mm in every way within my power. But if he should be Jlfojind guilty, which is impossible, I would rather be dead than face the world as his father." This was the statement today of Colonel T. V. Rieheston, father of the minister charged with slaying Avis Linnell. The elder Richeson lives near here on a farm of sever- al hundred acres of mountain land. In addition it is declared- attorneys for Edmands will introduce a bottle of cyanide said to have been found in Rkheson's room. This will be sub- mitted to Druggist Hahn, it is said, and he will be asked if it does not con- tain the exact amount of cyanide he save Pacheson wfi'eri 'the latter asked for poison to "kill a dog." Edmands' attorneys admit that private detectives employed by them searched Richeson's room before the arrived there. The statement that the defense would- seek to lay Miss Linnell's death at the door of a former suitor came as a dis- tinct surprise to the state. Up to date there had not been mentioned any oth- er than Richeson in whom the girl showed even passing interest. Philip R. Dunbar, son of James R. Dunbar. Edmands' personal counsel, and a former supreme court justice, has been retained to defend the minis- ter, but he has steadfastly refused to give a statement. Mr. Edmands inti- mated that the defense had something its sleeve in the way of a sensation but would not tell what was. The police have been unable to find what became of the receptacle which .held the poison which the girl took. She wore a bath robe when found but the examining physicians say there was nothing in the pocket of this which might ha.ve held the poison. The police claim to have found a girl who saw Avis a few hours prior to her death. She is alleged to have .said W this girl friend, after talking to her on the street a few minutes: "I have just left my friend- and ho gave roe some but she did not mention the name of Rev. Richeson. The girl told the police that she had always spoken of Rev. Richeson as "her friend." "I have investigated the girl who told me that." said Chief Watts, "and find she is entirely reliable and re- sponsible. We would like to hear from somebody who saw Miss Linnell and the minister together that afternoon, COWETA, Okla., Oct. mi- litiamen patroling the streets, Coweta was practically under martial law to- day following the war yesterday in which two men were killed and two Ed Suddeth. a negro, shot and killed City Attorney J. vers and wounded two others, deth was then lynched. A special train from aluskogee ar-j rived early this morning and troops: with rifles loaded and bayonets fixed took up their position on the main street. Despite tne early hour a moo still paraded the streets awaiting thc; coming of a mob of negroes reported; to be on their way to the town. The wounded white men are Car- j men Oliver and Steller Thompson. Joseph Love, Case School Stu- dent, Sent Word He Would Wed May Rogers. POLICE OF SEVERAL CITIES AID SEARCH American Missionaries and Native Christian Surgeons Hasten to Aid Wounded AR1VIY RETREATS IN HASTE. and Children of For-! signers Being Sent To Safety in Pekin, BULLETIN: SHANGHAI, Oct. rev- olutionists have caplured-the two important towns of Chang Sha and Nan Chang was confirmed to- day. Four provinces are now un- der rebel control. Both were shot through the body and have little chance to live. There are 1.209 people in Coweta, one-third of whom are negroes. The county is populated largely by ne- groes and it was stated that if the blacks were organized they could bring men into town. Negro emissaries have hurried out to surrounding settlements with the avowed intention of bringing enough men here to wipe the town off the map. They declare they will set flre to every house in town. One negro woman set out on foot for Red Bird, town, declaring i negro in the j back with her. It is sup- i posed that the message she bore start- ed the advance from Red Bird. WHERE IS THE OPPOSITION? Station? Business Men Sav 'No.'" ffay Play a Game Tuesday if The Grounds Are in Condition. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. ;ame between the Athletics and Giants as been officially declared oft because wet grounds. It is possible ths i grounds may not dry out sufficiently to Sunday after- tomorrow but every ef- mrfrc -A telegraph operator 'named i the Swazer was walking with a younir i.. delay is Having woman when Ed Ruse, a in j >ts efieofl are un- passing pushed the girl from the side-! ?.er a stFam and are anxious to have the senes concluded. There is the walk into the mud. Swazer struck at the negro and another white man, PEKIN, China, Oct. J. C. I whose name is being kept secret, i Ferguson, American, left today with seized Ruse and held him while Swa- !a number of foreign and native sur-jzer beat him with his fists. and nurses to join General Yin' Ruse had been walking the streets, i Chang's army now reported in retreat with a long knife in his pocket, seek- j Preparation lor the after a crushing defeat at the hands j ing the man who held him. City Mar-j of the rebels. The imperial troops are sbal Hart ordered the negro to said to have suffered enormous losses up the knife and Ruse shot at him. Athletics took to and were entirely without medical supplies or physicians. The mission- ?.ries are rapidly sending all women I and children in outlying districts to Pekin. At that instant Ed Suddeth ran out )Tas an advantage danger, too, of the men "going stalu" from idleness that has now continued for a week. The continued wet er is unusual. Both teams worked out today in game resuming series tomorrow. The Giant? used National league grounds while the Shibe park. This for the Giants as of a house across tne street and opened fire, instantly killing City At- torney Beavers and wounding Oliver and Thompson, all of whom The battle was the greatest of the passing at the time and had taken j revolution, far overshadowing in im-'Part in the trouble, portance the engagement at "Hankow, and was won by the rebel army, ac- authoritative Suddeth took refuge in a near-by house, which was bombarded guns and revolvers by several white they could cut loose without fear of cutting up the sod ground. A big force of men was put to work were-on Shibe park trying to put the field in shape. The sun came out this af- ternoon and wind aided in drying the ground out somewhat. It will be in poor shape tomorrow, though. j cording to apparently reports received here. Fifteen thousand troops, under the revolutionist general, Li Yun Hung. n.et and defeated the army of 20.000 jmen under the leadership of Gen. Yin j necli and he was swung up. It was I T'thang. capturing the government itnen decided, however, that to kill I artillery and immense quantities would precipitate a general race ammunition and food supplies being war. and he was cut down. He was conveyed by baggage train. Tlie bat- [guarded in a vacant building until fatally injured. He was taken to the water tank, a rope placed about his Man (Continued on Page 6) taken out to be put in the automobile, when he was killed. HYDE TRIAL Accused of Poisoning Colouei wojse jfusl Aguiu Battle For His Life- "Sell Central So reads a headline in the morning sheet that opposes about anything and everything that would help the town, apparently for the reason that it fears someone will gain by proposed improvements. There follows a Ion? and rambling story, in which NOT A SINGLE NAME OF A BUSINESS MAN is given. Are those who are opposed to the sale of the property TOO COWARDLY to .come out over their own signatures, or do those opponents merely exist in the DISORDERED .MIND OF THE MORNING KNOCKING ORGAN? Note From Youth Late Mon- day Says He-Was Married a Year Ago, While parents of the boy. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Love of Tif- fin avenue, were worrying over the whereabouts of Joseph Love, 19. until a week ago last Wednes- day a first-year student at Case School, Cleveland, fearing he had- eloped with Miss May Rogars, 17, or was being kept in hiding by {pe girl's relatives, a letter came to the Star-Journal [ate Monday, signed by the young man, and an- nouncing the marriage which, it was said, had taken place over a year ago. Samuel Love had gone to sor. Ont. several ago and had enlisted the aid of the police here at WindEcr Thus far the only business rnan whose name has actually been published as opposed to the sale is Mr. Ben Kugel. According to the morning organ. Mr. Kugel. IF PROMISED A SURE that the Third Na- tional bank will use the first floor of a building to be actually vailing to PAY 5750 MORE than has been bid by Mr. Butler. AND THAT IS GOING SOME! -HOW MUCH MR. KUGEL PAY FOR THE PROPERTY IF HE KNEW THAT THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK WAS TO BE LOCATED ELSEWHERE AND THAT A NEW BUSINESS BLOCK WAS TO GO UP ON ANOTHER SITE? Will anyone pay more than for the property AFTER the city has rejected the present' offer and Mr. Butler and the Third National bank having a-cquired another site and started to put up a new office building? Would anyone care to invest in another new building under such conditions? Would the city 1 have any hopa of selling the property for as much as has now been offered? Surely an indefinite, anonymous offer is not to be considered seriously. It would not be a square deal. It is always easy to raise the- bids have been that more would have been offered. In fact, this usually a sale has been made. We are now told that the Central station building cost about This, however, it is included graft. The contractor was sent to the penitentiary, we are told. As a matter of fact, and it is admitted, the contract price was And this included the third floor which is WASTED SPACE. The city could now purchase a. new site and erect two modern buildings for It has been denied that the building has no basement. True, there is a basement under a portion of it. but there is none under the fire station portion. Would any sane man now erect a big business block without having a basement under the entire structure? Then, it is argued, the building is substantial, the walls being strong enough to stand several additional st ories. If so. WHY CANNOT THE THIRD FLOOR BE USED? When an attempt was made to use the hall for basket-ball games, it was found that the building rocked and shook, gas mantels on the first and sceond floors being broken, and it was NEC- ESSARY TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF THE THIRD FLOOR. i AND SUBSTANTIAL? IS IT SAFE Meantime, let's hear from V V bon a tide who -will raise the ante more than fifty cents or a few dollars at a time. If the city can gel a definite, positive offer of or 535.000 for the property, it will be worthy of consideration and acceptance. TO DATE. HOWEVER, NO SUCH OFFER HAS BEEN MADE. And if the present bidder or bidders fail te- KAN3AS CITY, Mo., Oct. i get tbo property and go elsewhere, JT IS NOT LIKELY THAT ANYONE Mamara Trial Drags on Whiie Attorneys Question Many Veniremen. OHIO CENTENNIAL SOUVENIR EDITION. A souvenir edition that will really be a souvenir the preparation of which there has been of local merchants and to be issued by the Sfer-Journal on Thursday, Octo- ber, It is an Ohio Centennial edition prepared by the Ohio State Journal, and is replete with historical features that will mak" U Tiie edition consists of GS pages, beautifully printed and illustrated. IT WILL BE A PART OF THE REGULAR EDITIONS OF THE STAR- JOURNAL ON THURSDAY AND A COPY WILL GO TO EVERY SUB- SCRIBER. In the preparation of this nionstsr Centennial edition, the Ohio State had tro ro-onaration of leading Ohio newspapers, including the Youngstown Vir.dicat.or, the Findlay Republican, the News, the Portsmouth Times, the Tiffin Advertiser, the Fremont News, the F-os- toria the Star-Journal and many others. It will have the larg- est circulation of any paper ever published in the state. NEXT THURSDAY'S STAR-JOURNAL WILL CONSIST OF 78 OR SO largest paper ever issued bpro. It will cost but two cents. WATCH FOR IT. LOS ANGELES. Oct. el- imination of Venireman McKee was resumed in the McNamara trial to- Ssy. the widest latitude being given attorneys by Judge Bovdwell. Tho fate of progress as discouraging as it Is certain only one man so far is cer- ;ain of remaining in the jury box. It, !s almost certain the jury will be made up of small farmers and rancb- ;rs. The first big battle of the McNa- amra trial, after the jury is secured. Bill take plare when the defense en- fcavors to disprove the contention cf '.he state that the Los Angeles Times suilrting was destroyed by dynamite. "If the Times was blown up by gas." !2id Att. Darrow in addressing pros- pective jurors, "then no crime was :cmmitted, and the defendants must lecessarily go free." That statement exactly where the defense itands. Should it be proven that it was gas ;hat exploded, and riot, dynamite, or .hculd the attorneys for the defense aise- in the minds of the jurors a rea- cmable doubt which could not be ex- ceed, the efforts of Detective Burns ,nd the confession of Ortie Mc.Manigal rould go for nothinr Both have painstak- issue. Experts will second trial of Dr. B. Clark Hyde, 1 with poisoning Colonel Thom- as H. Swope, opaned here today. A huge crowd awaited admittance to the court but were admitted only by tick- ets. It is believed a jury will be em- panelled before the end of the week. fort to get trace of the boy, tut had failed. The letter to the Star-Journal clears _up- the ter, reads as follows: "Windsor, Can., Oct. 22. '11. "I wish to announce through your paper that Joseph Lore, son of Mt, Samuel Love, and daughter of William Baker of Lincoln avenue, To- ledo, and" granddaughter of Mri Rogers. Sandusky, were married ove? a year ago ia Windsor, Canada. "Joseph Lore." The name of the girl was not given in the letter, evidently by oversight but she is presumed to be Miss Max Rogers. Miss Rogers' mother has been mar- ried a second time and the girt resid- ed with her grandmother, -Mrs. Vicr toria Rogers. 930 Adams street When seen by -a reporter Monday morning; Mrs. Rogers refused to confirm or deny the report of her grand-daagh-: ter's marriage. "I want to hear further from Toledo before I will say anything about declared Mrs. Rogers. "May left bere for Toledo a week ago last. Saturday to visit with her mother. .That'sMl: I have to say." Young Love was last heard from Wednesday of last week when tils father received a letter from Toledo ia the boy stated that he and Miss. Rogers were to be married at .Wind-? sor. Can. His father tfaen. learned: that his son bad not been at his Cleve- land school since Oct. 11. Mr. Lovei after consulting with the local police, hurried to Windsor and sought the aid of the police there. They found that. no marriage license had been issued nor could the couple be found there.: The post office authorities were noti- fied also, so but Monday he Deceived a card from the there that word had been left at ths Windsor office to forward all of young- Love's mail to 823 Lincoln avenue, To- ledo, said to be the address of Mrs.: William Baker, mother of the Rogers irirl. WILL. BID AS MUCH AS These are facts for the mayor and safety director to consider. In adcli- tion. it is to be remembered that the deal will mean a big improvement for j the business section and for the city in general. If the city is to advance a detective was sent out and progress, there ran be no room for mere knockers. MONEY WILL i Love to MrJ. Baker's house. She However, after his futile seareb-for a clue at Windsor last week, Mr, "Love immediately went to Toledo. There. sought the assistance of the TALK IN THIS CASE. PROGRESSIVES BEGIN FIGHT FOR DELEGA TE stoutly denied any knowledge as to the j wjiereabouts of the young people and refused to say where the ceremoE" took place but insisted that Love and Miss Rogers had already been, i COLUMBUS. Oct. attempt to j escape from murderer's row in the i penitentiary was frustrated today. Guards discovered that Charles Jus- tice, a negro, had cut his way through two solid walls of stone and had start- i ed on the third and last. Justice; has I four times been reprieved'by Governor i Harmon and is now due to be execut-; ed Thursday night. j FiHST PICTURE OF FATAL AEROPLANE ACCIDENT AT MACON; DARING AVIATOR MET FATE IN SENSATIONAL "DIP OF DEATH." G. P. Maxwell and A. L. er, candidates for constitutional delegates from Erie county, sign- ed the initiative and referendum pledge of t'ie OhiS Progressive Constitutional league late Satur- day. By this pledge, they agree to support an initiative and refer- endum provision, requiring eight per cent of voters to sign a petition for rsferenoum, ten per cent to initiate a law and twelve per cent to amend the constitu- tion. By this development, the Ohio Pro- gressive Constitutional league has in- vaded Erie rouniy. Announcement of j this was made at n large and enthu- j siastic misting in tap town hail at Huron Faturday night, by John P. i Farkler. associate of James R. Gar- j field, the Rev. Herbert Bigeiow and I ethers. The pledge has the endorse-1 men! cf the Ohio Grange and the Ohio j Federation of Labor. No mention ir i made of the recall, this being left by .its to a later date, after i the I. and R. has boon secured. j The meeting at Huron was under the auspices of the Bible class of the j Presbyterian church, which ha? taken j the lead in the progressive movement. B. E. Parker, president of the class, presided at the meeting which was at- i i Joseph Love graduated the dusky high school last spring. j Rogers is said to have been his school: i sweetheart Samuel Love, the I father, is a well, known jun.k._d j here. sure tjjat declarer! Mr. Love Monday, "and In fact, I do not believe that they are. I was surprised to re- reive that letter from my son w-eek telling me that he would be mar- ried by the time I got the letter. I immediately surmised that undue in- th, Partlor address there was an was bein? werted thk f- _ Maxwell and Hoover Sign R. Pledge and League invades! "We are been married." Erie County With Big Meeting at Huron. discussion which became very inter- esting. The 'Huron organization is determined to press the campaign for the election of a real progressive as delegate from Erie county. Unless Judge King or Mr. Fisher' come out squarely for the Progressive leasue I. and R. platform, it is probable" that! either Maxwell or Hoover will be en- i dorsed and an effort made to win at the I object to his marriage at this" i time. He is too young and besides, I. jhnve always desired to give him j gool education. T wanted him to further advanced "before he married. believe thev are "keeping the ooy Iff" i hiding. It pains us greatly not to jknow where our boy is." Mrs, Eugene Ely. wife of the daring Curtiss aviator, who was killed at Macon. Ga.. while giving an exhibi- tion flight, was overcome when she received word of tbe accident. Ely had premonition that something was go- to happen before he ascended and gave his partner his wife's address, asking him to notify her at once if he! marie no choice. One of those sweet, cuddly women can scratch just as savagely as the rest of "em when the tipics comes. Fair tonight with probably heavy frost: cool- er. Tuesday fair. of .Messrs. Maxwell and Hoover. As between these two candidates failed to ccrnc down safely. The picture was taken a few minutes after Ely's machine failed to right itself af- Mr. Hoover and R. B. Fisher were j ending at noon today 20 small boat was no; ing a marine j investigation was Maximum wind velocity for 24 the Shores, tr.i N. at- the mooting. Following1 west tit li'rllt Monday morning. The United States local inspector' of steam vessels, of Toledo, "nave Sled with the federal authorities m Wash- ington their report of the investiga- tion into the recent accident ia the channel off Cedar Point in which small launch belonging to Angus-1 Beamer ran into th? srcaroer E. Shores, the small beat being capsizo; and Bcamer drowned. After s rigid investigation, specters found that none of the cs regulating the navigation of was violated by officers of the Scores, thus completely Joseph E. Mahoo, of -f a tyjx so th> !.-m not into. 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