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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE HOME PAPER TODAY'S NEWS TODAY .i-. jf- M TTSKY LJ L_5 Xx. i TAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FiFTH OCTOBER AST EDITION NUMBER 12 PiSTflWIIi uUiuiviiIlL OH YOU HOBBLES VOTE FOR THE GRADE CROSSING BOND ISSUE AND PUT AN END TO THIS Belief is Held That Pocket of Bathrobe She Wore Holds Poison Vial. Oct. ministers have created a sensation s by severely condemning tho clothes worn by women of Atlanta and advising a change in'the in- teresis of decency. Rev. Emmet Stephens of Jones avenue Baptist church to'd his congregation the difference be- tween American and Chinese wc- men is that women wear trousers on two while the women in this country have at- tire with one leg. MINISTER PREPARING FOR A LEGAL BATTLE Police Decalre The Case Be Complete When Sent to Grand Oct. resentatives from the district at- torney's office will leave this aft- ernoon for Hyannis to exhume the body of Avis LinneH. The offi- cers desire to secure from her coffin the bath robe she was wearing when found aeaa irom poison now alleged to have been furnished her by Rev. C. V. T. Richeson. They wish to ascertain if the vial containing the poison is in the pocket of the robe. If a containing cy- anide is found the police assert their cahia against Richeson will he com- plete. If it contains some other the ch-rgss will fall flat. Further ex- amination of the girl's organs will al- bo be made tor traces of defense will be based Spirit of Rebellion Seems to Be Spreading in the North Provinces. WAR MINISTER ADVANCING insurrectos In China Have Plen- ty of Arms And Are Work- ing at Arsenals Oct. 24. Dispatches from Pekin today state that four Chinese imperial warships have surrendered to the rebels. The rebels captured the port Kiu Kiang today. The govern- ment was burned ana a slaughter of Manchus followed. Spreading to North. Oct. The revolution- on. ary spirit is now manifestin itself in grounds of Rev. Kichesou's father arrived here today to assist the defense. The thcorj of the defense that Avis knew the drug she swallowed was poison and that she took it with sui- cidal intent received a blow today when Inspector Dugan declared his dttectivos had ascertained that the girl had madvin engagement for the Sunday nor death and that she had every intention of keeping the appointment. the north as well as in the south. Those who heretofore have believed j the northern provinces might rally around the government are now of the opinion that secessions will follow in rapid succession. The precautionary measures taken in where the government does not permit men- tion of the showing the anti-government spirit in the far north. There are persistent reports that risings have been planned for the next JSHINE AT LAST MITS A GAME Mack's Athletics Make It Three Out of Four By Pounding Mathewson Hard While Bender is Effective After First Was Not so Large After Long Delays. BAKER-COLLINS COMBINATION DISASTROUS Giants 200000000 MATTY. R. H. E. 2 3 pointment. j few days in this immediate vicinity of Ten distinct grounds of detense win the It ma be that these wm the It may be that these be advanced Richeson. He will aci- noj. be but indicate Says Judge Bordwell Was Wrong in Refusing to Re- move Opinionated Juror. ---___ MV v 1 LHI4.JJ-'vU.. IMtlj l-UCJ1 lll.U.lVwtll.C O mit being engaged to .Miss Linnell be-1 widespreacl sympathy with the revolt fore meeting Miss the mil-' lionaire but will maintain that Avis was reconciled to tne break- ing of the engagement. He will deny improper relations with uviiJOi aic cue claim that he onlv met her at her he intends to attack quest to give act _ and will admit Gen. the war seems to have pushed his troops through the passes on the Ha-Nan- Hu-Peh border without resistance. are of the opinion buying but deny saying he wanted to kill a will produce the He fewer troops under his command than heretofore sup- posed It is not generally believed LOS Oct. spite Judge Bordwell's ruling that an opinion that the Times was destroyed by dynamite is not to dis- qualify a the McNamara de- fense determined today to forcp a Sec- ond ruling on the question. The first original bottle of cjanids _with 'ts that he has above of which only contents apparently will try to battalions are Manchus They establish an alibi for his imnenien.. guarding the railway in the the Saturday Avis will produce letters showing Avis consideied then- engagement broken and tele- phone conversations the police claim they have witnesses to support. The Rev. Mr. Richeson is defiant troops intended for the Hankow campaign have not been sent owing to the fear of desertion Then0 was also necessity for the retention of a strong force near The latest reports from Hankow ___ _ 1-w LO LL iJ.d.JUlVL' VY and with the aid of counsel employed state tlle Defeated government by the wealthy Edmands is troops moved northward and are now work day and night in his cell _to located at Siaokan awaiting the min- establish a deferse that will clear him iister Of Gen Yin who of the allegations set up by the po- j jn turns awaits reinforcements before lice. attacking the insurgent positions. I am innocent and will prove The at and Wu- I am in no way responsible for the Chang are reported now to be 25 000 awful crime of which I am charged j strong and to quantities of rifles. ---------------A- I----- the proper time comes to fur- nish such Tais is the state- The- only most people crave outdoor I have taken is during indcor work- ing hours. Fair to- Wednesday fair and warmer. Love Has Heard Noth- ing Further From School Boy Bridegroom. Athletics 6803100Qx 4111 Oct. an b-n the shout- i or the Ath.etks made it three o-it of four this again beating M'Uhcwson. Just to show that he could the man turnedout a product of made-to-order The sun wvs down from a c'oudiess with just enough snap to the atmosphere to supenr.diice enthusiasm. The pa''k to feat neat and the field -.vas in better than fair condition when the lounh game 01 the world called this aftenicon. The long delay lias not with the various dissensions that dii-vlcped .is it was one o'clock hetore tre Members filled. teams went batting and field'nsr ciattice w.t'n a vim. send- ing the i.u Unco at his to bat. .....iius smarted at the tap ni the scoring two mat on a triple and but Bender Chen settled down. Meantime the Ath- letics got to Matthew son Cor drhes that netted rins in the lo-irrii and another in the fifth. Alatuewson v.as pounded tv.o-ba.se hits pre- and was replaced by iltse. too late. The attendance was probably under New York. Math- en sou and Bender and Thomas. The umpnes Deneen behind the bat. Clem ou bas- es. Brennan and Connelly in the out- field. I Bright fresh winds and cool tcanperature did much to off Shibej park this morning and prospects the fourth game of the world this afternoon were excellent. It was' i ._ expected that Matthewson and William L6IIZ ISSU8S er would be chosen as the opposing i pitchers. There was some talk of. Mack sending m Coombs or Samuel father of Joseph according to letters received heie from was married sive Platform As Candi- date For Mayor. Temperature at 7 a. one year jmQnths ago to Miss May RogerSi aged jly in drying up_the puddles on thej.ui- because they have won their other games while Marquard or Ames wer-i _____________ mentioned as McGraw's second nnnfiflICCC ft omiADrr nrm This morning a stiff wind was PROMISES A SQUARE DEAL ing across the field from the north-j west and this was assisting material- 44. oiiu riums oil LUB quesuuu. J.IIB iiibL' venireman summoned that state at noon 20 miles west believes gas destroyed the Times eiSht oclock Monday evening. and sets at p. m. his son has taken the matrimonial Maximum be accepted by the defense. The same Sun rises Wednesday at a. m. of this still refuses to field. Hundreds of men. were roiling the diamond and all in their power to get the field in first class credited him by messages signed j ghape this gams. rje- spite the cold several hundred fansj were gathered about the general ad-' mission gate at 9 o'clock. The arsenal at Han-Tang is intact' judge. point as in the case of Venireman Mc-j Attorney Darrow declares. row insists Bordwell's ruling was im-i proper. By denying a challenge of the de- fense agaiast Talesman George based on the ground while McKee had no prejudice against lames B. the he believed the Los Angeles Times building was blown up by Tudge Bordwell upset a cherished con- tention of the defense. The ruling was based upon the court's belief inj spite of McKee's he could I and would be a fair and impartial jur-j Of this the court is the sole Rid of Tennessee Coal Co. Holdings. and is being operated day and night ment of made from cell' bv the rebels They have 130 big murderers' Charles guns Thousands of coolies are forti- tying near-by hills. No. in street iail. One perplexing problem confronting the prosecution is the apparently nnninmin-ni time the cyanide of potassium acted i rHOIVIIMENT FINANCIER before it caused Miss Linnell's death. The medical examiner. Dr. Timothv B. Learv. in his renort declared that death ensued twenty-five minutes after the taking of the poison. To the Tjolifp this seems is supposed to cause death. IS DEAD IN NEW YORK NEW Oct. Math- of the board of directors er' on Page Oct. John Keys Hammond of the National Republican issued a call for a meeting of the executive committee of the league to be held Dec. the day set foi the national iepublican com- mittee meeting. Electric jfactuimg and a directoi in 'many western railroad died at his home here today. Killed'Two Men in Two Days and Shot at Ail Who lowed Him. MANY DESERT FROM IMPERIAL FORCES BIRMINGHAM. Ala Oct a nearo who Sunday killed former Deputy Sheriff Thomas Cooper j at Northport Ala.. Monclat killed i Deputy Sheriff Brown Horton and negro wounded Sheriff Hornby I and another negro near Ala. Passes are on his The fight took place in a wild spot in the lower part of Tusealeosa court-j ty. Twelve rs of the Warrior a military joined poste chad H.rrison. It' is feared 1 r v'l' ijnchpd ifcaughtj before the authorities cm get to him. j Harrisons dispute viih Cooncr was' over a saddle Tho latter had chance to Hmeelf. VxMng i septrrl on a mule at tr.s time of ths shooting. I After the first killing Sheriff to Birmingham for j Yuan Shin commander of tht dogs and bv nizht the hounds .Chineseimperial has complained of 5iezro to the of war- that scenes Oi It was before daylight when Deputy his men desettiug and going ove- Sheriff Brown Horton was He to the So serioush etr.K'A 'iv'-fi htillet over the left dees the now regard the pve The tcok to the rebellion that free pardons have berfi ard_ fired at everyone who showed offered to several of the revolutionary was the position of the NEW Oct. re- ports in Wall street and other flnan- in the boy's name. Apparently the father is of the opinion that the let- ters must be forgeries. have heard nothing further to make me sure they were declared Love Tuesday. must show the marriage certificate first. I was in Toledo last the girl's mother declared they were mar- ried but she did not give the proof I demanded.'' It now develops that young Love probably had not entered. Case school at although his father had made all arrangements for his son en- tering the college. expected my boy would enter the college this month and I bought the ticket for him to go to said the father supposed he had School officials here cial circles have it that the United young took out the under Attorney Clarence S. states steel corporation is planning necessary papers for admission to that an opinion such as McKee to divest itself of the Tennessee Coal school before the opening of the and .iron control of which school .season. of have evidence... that rip not be impartial in hearing the evt- it assumed in the 1907 in ad- no record to show whether or not dence concerning wno is dition to ending the lease which gives TjOve actually entered Case. Young on trial for the murder of Charles J. it control of the Great Northern ore Love graduated with the Sandusfey a machinist Wiled in the lands and reducing its freight rates on High school class of 1911. frame of mind would be disqualified its hundreds of miles of controlled Times disaster. I railroad which tapped the ore lands. other jurors of Dropping the Tennessee Coal corn- the court pointed upon according to is one of the individual instances and not upon frantic efforts the steel corpor- any general ruling is making to ward off a diasolu- The defense held under its tion suit. The report is denied by the Times explosion w as officials of the company. caused by gas. a man ought to bf- lieve that theory or none at all to be an impartial after the court had announced its Mr- DOV cunT nl nco DDnTUTD BOY oHOl OLULR BROTHER HOW IT WAS DONE FIRST INNING. NEW the first man singled. DOYLE TRIPLED on the first hall scoring Devore. iSnodgrass flied to Doyle scor- ing with time to spare on the sacri- fice. Murray grounded to un- assisted. Merkle fanned on. three pitched balls. Two runs. fanned on three pitched balls. Oldring follow- ed suit. Collins singled over Doyle'sj head. As Baker stepped up wared his outfielders hack to fence. BAKER THEN FANNED. Noj runs. SECOND INNING. NEW to Ola- ring. Fetcher singled over short. My- ers forced out Thomas tn Of Or- Grade Crossing Elimination and Munici- pal Collins. Matty Bender to Davis. No runs. dropped tho first ball pitched into the righ field crowd for a twobagger. Murphy went to third on Matty's wild throw to catch him off spiked slightly when campaign is now William democratic can- didate for gave out Tues- day the platform on which he and in whioh he declares for grade crossing a municipal lighting ground floor city collection and disposal of park play- South End water works .tional fire department employment of home labor In city systematic- effort to reduce bonded neighbor- hood public meetings and the fair and impartial enforcement of laws and ordinances. Both mayoralty candidates now stand before the people on plat- forms which may be studteff- Mayor Lehrer's statement has __been previously published. That__ of Mr. Leitz promises a progres- sive and yet economical as he adminis- tration. His statement follows in October 1911. Fletcher was1 To the Voters of Murphy slid.' Having been honored by the demo- Had Been Purchased to Protect Sister from a Kejected Matty to Merkle. cratic voters of this city with the Murphv attempted the squeeze' nomination for the position of niayor wnri.hr was caught by at the primary held September im ers unassisted Barry failed to I take this means of expressing to said hunt Bam- on a slow voters my appreciation of their kind Thftims foul-isupport and sincerely hone that I shall drn 4o JS have the same success it the election CINCINNATI. Oct. 24-Fire preced-j ed out j to be. held November 7 and edbvan explosion gutted the art1 THIRD INN1NU 'kindly urge my friends to use their of the J B. com- NEW YORK-Devore flied to OM- best efforts in this benair. 5anv a six-storv building in the shop-1 ring. Doyle flied to anod-j Being unable to meet with every Oct messas- es arriving here tolay from Tripoli no doubt that the bombardment' of Benghazi by the Italian fleet Oct 19 was a far bloodier affair than the censorship has allowed the outside world to know. Four thousand cas- ualties resulted from the battleship' fire it is said among which were a large number kill 3d. British Consul' .Tchn Francis Jones was wounded and the consulate nearly de- stroyed. Several other British subject- jof less note were killed The Turks 'are said to put up a stiff fight 5 and lost heavily CANTON. 0.. Oct. 24 a shotgun which his father purchased as a means of__________________ for his sister whose life had been threatened by a jilted MISSING SCHOOL BOY AND GIRL HE SAYS Frank aged 10. today shot and killed his brother 26. The gun was accidentally turned upon the older brother. on Pase HE MARRIED V-'WOSOR OVER yr AGO ATLANTIC CITY. N .7 Oft 21- A. spark the cisrir.p of a taxicab driven bv Jesse Bnrd. cas cs- c fron1 a rpii'f1 the town. that shook tl'e S'lARON Pa.. Oct. 24 blew the safe of thf at morning r-scap- nnn worth of and in Tho saio was to- tallv wrecked and the interior of the ljndlv The expki- was hTrd b-'t the robbery was of rot employes entered i the office for their work. himstlf. I leaders if they desert their cause. CENTENNIAL SOUVENIR EDITION A ONE. All Star-Journals of Thursday delivered by carrier will consist of 78 or 80 constituting tho biggest paper ever sent out from this city. It will he a centennial souvenir produced through the co-operation of the Star-Journal and other leading papers of the state the Ohio State Journal. It will be replete with historical. and other articles of great richly illustrated. Additional postage will be required for copies to bs sent by man. or mail subscribers may secure at the office. WATCH FOR THE BIG EDITION THURSDAY. ping' with a loss of grass grounded Barry to Davlvvo_er personally and discuss my can- Six hours later todav fire caused i No runs. as I should like I have de- 000 damage in the desk manufacturing i Fletcher I0 my previous platform Playing with' PlaBt of F- Dietz ami company. to Merkle. Lord singled 10 right. Old- to some so that the voters may hid Workmen escaped down fire escapes. I I know my views upon the important nn j questions which confront our taxpay- I ers at this time and which may be 'discussed and acted upon during the 'next two years. In my submitted to the I voters before the primary t suggested that the question of elimi- nating grade crossings be put to .1 of the people at the coming No- vember election. In the our city council and the Lake Shore Michigan Southetn Railway company come to an agreement said railway company is to pay cent of the cost and the city of Sar dusky 23 per cent of the saii uihvay company havinc agreed to 10 per cent more of the to'ai than is required by the laws of tMs and our council lo be con- gratulated for success in rat- ting said railway company to 'pay the additional 10 of which will mean n TO 1 city of about SSI.OPO 00 or. the P- aration of the grades at Hayes nue. Columbus avenue and Car-.f street. The necessary leg'Nation jbeen passed hj .important question to the city at the November to whether or not the city of Par- shall issue brnds in the oj to pav the e'ty's per 'the cost of The Hayes Camp street Tr 3 question be given the importance demands beforo meat is passed upci the S.T. i coming election Action has tfl1 council which a MR. AND M'RS. JOSEPH LOVE. i en Si FW SPA PERI   

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