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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               KEEP IN SANDUSKY WILL BE THE GATEWAY TO THE PERRY'S VICTORY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION AT PUT-IN BAY IN 1913. 1.5 THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 14 ID INI Report Received That Canton Has Fallen Into Hands of the Rebels. IMPORTANT CITIES IN REVOLUTIONISTS' HANDS Today's in addition to its usual 12 pages of live local and telegraph includes the 68-page Ohio centennial rich in historical and valu- able matter and fine illustrations. It is a souvenir worth preserving and is delivered to all subscribers who receive the oacer by carrier. Others may obtain copies at the office. To deliver this edition three extra carrier boys were re- quired on each route. See page six of special section for history of Erie county and San- TO PROTECT CHILPOCN AND WORKERS VOTE FOR THE GRADE CROSSING BONDS. Desertion of Imperial Troops Continues and Whole Em- pire is Oct. rev- olutionists are reported to have seized Canton after a fight in which many were killed. Con- firmation is lacking but the city's fall has been expected. The em- peror is said to be preparing for flight to Mukden and later to the United States. The rebel forces concentrated about _____________ Hankow are reported to be preparing __. _ Under the far an immediate upon Pekin. WAS WORRIED OVER the Youngstown Vindi- Yaning unconfirmed reports say Im- perial General was killed in battle or assassinated by his own men. j Private Life of Dr. Helena Knabe Now Being Probed For Motive. AS OTHERS SEE US. i Take Important Cities. Ot capital of the province of capital of Kwang-Si and EuKctt. gone over to the ifbels The last named is strongly fortified commands lake. the entrance to Po- About 5.000 Imperial troops started for Sir. Yang Chow. The British In- niskilling who had started Oct ing the unraveling of the private rela- j 'tlons of Dr. Helen Knabe the police icr have Him to Pekin -Tientsin. been ordered to They are now at A teport that 10.000 Japanese troops r-sve arrived in Mancnuria is causing- uneasiness among the rebels here who see in this step intention of Japan to aid the Manchu hfing given in leturn a large slice of northem territory. The Japanese oGcials profess ignorance of any such but admit that it is possible. that if troops are Fttnt from Japan to it is ivercly foi tbe purpose of protecting Japanese subjects and property. The foreign office is sending two of- fl-ers of high rank to Kiu vhi'-h is held by the rebels. The rev- o'uMonists espfct to establish bead- at thai place. It is icporterf that the plague has on tl'p Siberian border of JTKiichiiTia. and that a quarantine has rs ab'ished. r-ai.une of Chang-Chou by the levclui'.o'iists was announced. From r point of this city shciild pioie of great value to the rebels. It IK the iunction of the Kai- Fnng and peHng-Hankow and located 250 miles north of Han- kow. Its -apture appaiently cuts oft from all tbe imperial troops now satherert mound Hankow and Wu-Chang. cator comments on the grade crossing situation telling of Chief of Police Says Woman dangers of the death MAKE BEJ JER HOMESi WAR UPON POLYGAMY Knew Person Who Commit- ted the today centered their efforts to solve s. the baffling death mystery. Every de-' tail of her private lite will be i gated. The latest clue is that money j matters might have led to the murder as it has developed Dr. Knabe was deeply in debt.' Information that a man with a handkerchief over his face was seen in the rear of Dr. Knabe's apartments on the night of the murder was given' the police today. cannot see anything but in this said Dr. Durham. 'The instrument of death was not found and city has managed well in its negotiations with the Lake Shore road If the peo- pie of Sandusky turn down the proposition bond at the coming election n'ley will GO AGAINST THEIR BEST INTER- ESTS AND PUT THEMSELVES ON RECORD AS AGAINST THE INTERESTS OF THA'T IS HARDLY TO BE THOUGHT Ohio Daughters of American Revolution Decide To Take Up Important Session Here is Concluded. ATHLETICS SMASH ALL FOR VICTORY Championship Finally Won By Mack's Men who Found Ames And Wiltse Easy While Bender Held New Yorkers Safe After First Inning. AMERICAN LEAGUERS MADE LAST ONE A SLAUGHTER. R. R E. Giants 100000001 2 4 3 Athletics 0 0 1 4 0 1 7 0 x 13 13 5 SHI BE Philadelphia. Oct. Connie AMlet'cs this EI'- eriioon finally the ti'le of baseball of the uorid de- featuig the National League in tht. sixth game of ser les. Bedlam has broken loose m Quaker n as a result. The Giants drew fim blood ni todays content scoring one in the but the Athletics tins up m third ami then in fourth iaiHJ- upon Ames with a vengeance for four runs. Arter thar it was a tuuga- ler. To the thousands who jammed their into Shibe park this after- noon the all impoitant question w.is Who is to Mack threw a sui prise by starting Bender. Ames staued fo'' '.he Giants. Trams from New York poured thousands of Giant rccois into Philadelphia. Thev were also willing to bet even money on the Giants winning The bleacher fans in line after and were on nanci when the gates opened. The batteries to start New York. Ames and AtMetics. Bender and Thomas Umpires. Conn behind the Brennan on and Clem in the oatfi la. IITV With the of a number plaop.__Thf general stampede of wnm N of interesting reports and papers and en from the home taken plac Hazy but without pios- peets of iaiu marked the opening of the day icr the sixth game between the Giants and Athletics. The fans i began gathering at scores 1 standing in line all night m the chill 111DLI Ul UCatil 11UL 1-WUtitl J and circumstances indicating suicide Members Of FlOCK Engage in j appear to me jyeai w me uc5n5iuic. n i n oi western jtiesenre Capt William Holtz. chief of the FlQht TO Retain Control j on Colonial Home- detective summed up result of the day's activity of the lice with this Dr. Knabe was as ap- I am satisfied she fas mur- of Church. Oct. T N- 4. t t tn Philadelphia fans were confident of and Mrs Neff sari that it IB tor UB to wi u the t vict guide the young back to the home iyesterdfea' anpd to Thousands of girls fee they mua. 'ch th Mackmen earn their living ana make their way in the not content with the jHE GAME IN DETAIL smaller allowance made them to be- The speaker suggest- FIRST INNING. ed that we do away with the word out. Bender to up the campaign against Mormons left behind by the colonial vis. Doyle hit the first ball and the practice of polvgamv. It home-maker and substitute tor a DOUBLE TO RIGHT used in New Engiatld today drew three and two and then popped Mrs. Neff went on to say that we to Lord. Murphy dropped Murray's should feel the most profound re- short DOYLE SCORING from sec- spect for the expert ond. Murray was caught napping at that it was a terrible thing to place a Bender to Davis. One run. who knows a little a lit- Doyle to tie Greek and a little and nota- kle. Oldring fanned. ing in a home without the train- fanned. ing of home-making. The need for this is so great that the work done the election of the thirteenth annual conference of the Ohio Daugh- ters of the American Revolution came to a close Thursday afternoon. It was a most successful and ant and important action was taken upon some subjects. come unanimous vote it was decided to take I was also decided to- take up tie cause of training girls for the ing them home-makers and thus j the home of Mrs. William To of Western Reserve was an exceedingly interest- j ing feature of the morning session Tuesday. Mrs. Neffi opened her address with the remark that if someone from dered by a person with whom Mars should he would gam the she S. Rudolph is nursing cuts and llluis-'impression that woman just ar. was acquainted and that she volun- and a number of other members because she occupied the fore- tarily let this person into her apart- Qj Tjmcm. Presbyterian church are ground. In the lower animals the m_ent. But the theory of suicide still soothing lotions as a result of male has the beautiful and will not let itself be neglected. settled heavy street dust that had church affairs. ten miuntes of lively fisticuffs over i sings the beautiful while the female is the retiring and gentle one upon the outer sills of the In the meiee the pastor was thrown of the two. The fomale is accorded W3S Ti VVdb OU my Li In Vacate SECOND INNING. New to Oidring coiirns aisojTHiS IS DENIED BY by the domestic science schools is Herzog lined straight to Barry amli M w the Athletic short sto. I UI still hardly perceptible. was safe when the Athletic short The invasion taking place today Is fumbled the ball. Herzog stole sec- Thomas' throw pulling Barry n OT windows of Dr. Knabe's flat was un- through a window. the kindest treatment by the male in disturbed when our men examined Dr_ Rudolph with a number of his all except human. Mrs. Neff them The electric lights in the bed- frjenas was sitting in the rear of the went on to say that woman may be room were burning wh'-n Dr. Knabe's church while trustees and others se-'divided into three drudge. se- at- the body was discovered. There are but a verely arraigned Ahe pastor for few of the indications that luad me to tempting to retain possession of the In after he had resigned from the the believe that she knew the person that and the early periods -woman was slave. the possession of killed her if she did not com- of governors. Then a of man. The speaker wondered if ev- Evidence mit suicide. But we are working was Carrjei3 to go into executive sea-j en the pyramids were not built byi on the murder sion in a room adjoining the i women for man was a creature of j Some of Dr. Knaoe's own friends Dr Rudolph led his cohorts to a' and the object of his wealth' suggested to the police the idea that back door and entered' the room. woman. After centuries of evo- she ended her own life should not be ngnt at once became general. the man became interested in cast though the knife with in bolted into the but he must still have an which she was killed had disappeared. a or m0re men punched 'exponent of hence evolved They said she recently had beer de- at each otter in grim spondent over her that even furniture and instruments son being Presented In the Avis Linnell Case. For a long time' it ner in Federation 1-1-1 LUIIIILUIC HHU LUXLL UUIC1JIS IR'nlOT R T J C A D I A KIR HM the property of her cousin. Miss Au- ivi rAnLAIvU UIM ftp ur Effort By Burns to Prove J Rnabe and Katherme Dr. Knabe's who found her ppd. were Questioned at length. Both of Labor was the sole duty of wonnn to wear beautiful and to of no earthly use in the world. Fashions at that time were not designed for oeau- ty but for display of wealth. With time and woman evolved Oct. herself from the drudge and the But- BOSTON. Oct. 26 grand jury up consideration of the ing Rev. Rieheson with case char murderins SCORES OF THE SERIES York Athletics 1. New York 1. New York 2. New York 2. York Athletics 3. New York 2. away from the bag. Fletchtr out. Myers Collins to Davis. Col-j lins robbed Myers of a hit runnings ReV. RlChe- back of second for his liner. No runs.j flied to Devore.j Murphy hit safely to deep second too far back for Doyle to throw him out. Ames threw out Murphy tak- ing second. Barry fanned. No runs. THIRD INNING. New singled to Devore bunted but the play failed atirf Bender threw to Barry in time to Improvement Project Is Knocked letl-. On the ground that was a string tied to the in that the city would be required to va- cate the property before it could secure other Safety Di- rector Hauser. an- nounced the rejection of Watson Butler's bid of for the Cen- tral fire and police station prop- erty. Whether he will readvertise for bids he did not indicate posi- although he intimated that such a course would fae followed. That the citj and the safety direcf- had made a big mistake by so act- that the whole affair had been more than from beginning to that there were for the sold Richcsou the chiet witnesses j Some thirty -witnesses will be ex- amined. The prosecution claims to lins. No runs. Thomas walked out. Fletcher to Thomas l IS J_U j V- JTi-a j LUC I insistentH denied that thev had seen McFarland was indicted by the Essex jterfly as ancestors. It the worn- each stage ot Ricneaon's ac- on tbp hit and run LOS Oct. Bordwell's ruling that an opinion that gas destroyed the Times even though gained through pevsonal investigation would disqualify a venireman has angeied the MoXaiiWia defense and the greatest caution was exer- cised in examining venuemen today. A new is now being the present one being piartically exhaust- ed. The defense's dynamite expert today turned over a report of an ac- cidental explosion on the old Times site late showing that al- though only a small amount of dyna- mite windows across the street were broken No windows were broken by the original Times explo- sion and this is expected to prove an impoitant point in the trial Attorney Darrcw today icsumed ex- amination of E. T. the last vpnircman of the original panel. Whenever he had a chance Dai low saicastrally referred to the question whether the venireman's opinion about thing comld he br.secl on personal knowledge. The ac- tion of the court in excusing Walter L an admitted yes- and L. the only socialist vet drawn a week ago rftei he admitted a belief that gas destroyed the Times while- at the Fame time he overruled tbe defense's objection to George W. who seid he believed the Tinges was dyna- has woriied MfNamara law- yers despiio reiterated .-tetement tl.at he would give the -de- fense the benefit of doubt be thought it necessary. whm couit resumed to- they went very fully into their of laying the nost elaborate foundation before for- mallv framing a ciial'eiise. To these most interested it is be- coming more certain as the task of empaneling the MeNamara jury pro- ceeds that it is merely a prelude of an attempt of the detective agency to prove the existence of an within the American Federa- tion of Labor which rountenances and finances acts of violence. This was in- dicated Wednesday oy Atty. Darrow in examining witnesses demanding v.hethcr'thcy corssiripred labor leaders i lawless element who advocated vio- lence. their broken gul s tragw a knife in the bedroom or that they county grand jury on a charge of the third of the who. bad covered up anv evidence tending murdering his wife by ttie use of that little baud fiom Holland show the physician had killed her- anide of potassium. first embarked for the i dea self. The accused man was not in the first who ever made i but when hg heard1 at the jail that the an emigration. Those who survived of the nature 01 tne evidence Oct. indictment returned be stat- the hardships of the American wil- biplane of C. D. Rodgers. the coast- ed that his be that bis truly to coast llyer. was wrecked near here wife's death was accidental or suieid- most women in the as the aviator attempted to take tlio world. go back to their ___ LORD DOFBLED into the and above-board declarations of prom- inent citizens ajid business were some of the allsgatioas made when lite p j. T-n j-i. Mauser fleM crowd SPORINTr THOMAS.' epmative l le the smash occurring left the ground. WOIV1AN LIFE-SAVER IS CALLED BY should leak out before Richeson's ar- raignment in court that witnesses were smuggled into the grand jury room by a secret It is not before he bad plenty of motives for di- stern and to their homes ejected the grand HIM will but none for he for our most beautiful art. '.its work before or Saturday. the war of the Revolution1 Thcmas Ri l.e-on of colonists had to be dependent Amhcrst. Va.. visited in Charles entirely upon themselves. Then in stiecl Jal1 lus youngest Rev. the war of the rebnllion. was shown Clarence V T. Rieheson. WAS KNOWN AS AMERICA'S Ule me maus- _____________________ the religious temperament and home seien era's ago to ente. i character of the American woman. Baptist ministo. his father had About one million men went into the not- n'nl tlle meeting was ranks and about one-half million dramatic. In the first wotds of the' women were called to take their bpfoie he had clasped places in the in'liiFtral world. The hands with bis father throuch the invention of the cotton gin and the ears _of his cell the clesgymanj sowing machine aided her in exclaimed 1 Many men never came back and tbe read just jient ib only now taking Avis. tat blTad'ni attornef some lmed t0 Devore--paeitiVe assurance that a higher bid FOURTH Giants- Pnodgrass _ flied to Oldnng would be submitted. The name of the supposed was not on Page NEWPORT. L Oct. has claimed Ida keeper of Limcrock light for more than a half heroine of numerous thi ill- ing and frequently alluded to as the Darling of Mrs. for her name was Mrs. Ida Lewis was stricken with apoplexy while at her post. She 'was the only woman to be of- ficially appointed to the charge of an American lighthouse. As the keeper of Limerock in Newport haroor for more than half a century she has saved eighteen some of them at great personal j 110ED I am innocent The veteran confedoiatc has long expiesserl bPlief in his Era's in IK-en He grasped the for suppoit while he answered boj. oh. my For mote than an hour father and sen and Col Ri then Our cmipjm' pulpit tor Sundays this town's 40 per sle-ep and tv' per scandal. Fair and to- some apparently due to Lii'.ure of a real estate man. tins bid wus not submitted at the tiow we called for said Hau- ser. was absolutely no 'string' tied to the bid of Mr. said F. P cashier of the Third Na- tional which institution internl- -ed rrt -ISP first floor oLa-JBodern business block so be erected on tha site should Drtlor bid be accept- ed Ctl'eis in this. cuv i acoet't 01 '-eject as it sees tit t'ntl do not he con- t'nned. othf-r sites in There was no as to when we should act property. intimated that WP shonH like- to it by April wanted the fire station portion 'run the city night with prc-b- i could hpve held tip prison portion un- ablj heavj frost fair. Temperatuie at 7 a. m.. 43. one year left jail as he in a plosed 'ago. eauiage. and it io be- ns-es at a. ni and lie-ved. to the home in Brookline of set' at p. in. Grant father of Miss' Maximum wind velocity for 24 shoild not advertisel It seems Violet Edmards. to the clergy- ending at noon fodaj. IS to nu that should have looted til A.usnist 1 Now tie bank will 50 somewhert is a mighty flunsj excuse that ia made for the bid. Thfi sale 1 advertisnl and Butlfr sM'ijnuted a bid proper form. If the itj i'id not want to It Her deeds of daring carried her fame I RumQr joat jn European C3D- thioughout the world and she re-1 tals That Russian Ruler to he married. i north at this morning reived many including med- a life pension and the thanks of Ida Lewis' record is as wuen eged eigh- four students. when aged twenty- one soldier. when aged twenty- three shcepherders. when aged twen- two soldiers. when aged twenty- two soldiers. when aged thirty- three soldiers. when aged tvo soldiers. aged One woman. is Badly Hurt. PRETTY WIDOW OF FABER ELDER MAKES A GOOD WITNESS FOR THE BG-Y WHO KILLED HER HUSBAND Oft. 2''. was reported here at noon that tne had been wounded a re-'.oher shot while au- tomcbiling and Irs rhauffeur killed by the assassin. The rumor is not boy of accused of the mur- CANTOX. Get. 26. Overcome by j Mrs. Kldei told of the excitement of taking the ttand m bis behalf. Vircii Robart. 19. the generallj believed. Rumor Unconfirmed. jder of Faber G. bioke down on the stand and it was some time before he could recover himself. Mrs. pretty widow of the LONDON. Oct No confirmation j dead made a witness for has been revived here of the report the defense and it is believed that her that tbe czar nao circles take the wounded Official .testimony will go far toward clearing report as one wild rumors which gain periodi- improper The boy denied havin relations with Mrs. Elder cai currency concerning the Russisa said he did not mean to kill El- i shooting onlj in self -defense. shaipenmg a knife and threfctenina to kill the defendant. She identified t.ie knife when it said her husband was shown and had always threat- ened to disgrace her befo-.e he died. She testified that Elder had maae 1 into the matter of nrw locations j u ofered the property for j Director Hauler said that if the pro- pertj were again advcitlsed for would be th.-st thf i Ity 'should retain possession nntil it had sei-uied new ouarlers- that t' S.HIIPU to a bond pay fif- 01 money until of i rcpeitv a number of of selling the Central station has Iwn asit'Ued by me-n No serious opposition until after council had au'horue'l the -c- of buls and er aa ceipt obkls and many threats against Robart and that made_ opposition has sin-e she had so informed Robart. TheUf file nnonvnio'is nut-ire B IS pretty widow testified Elder -chased men sale Robart one nighr when he was of her at the home of a Mrs. Stockton. kill yon if I get my hands on j Elder told the witness said. 'ness sert-on. did not fj ss their b -11..... '____1 on Tagf5 JMEWSFAFERr   

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