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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAYS KEWS TODAY j 16-PAGES THE HOME PAPER m HE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 18 HALLOWE'EN PARTY IN MORGUE Reverses in Tripoli Stir Up An- ti-Militarists at Home to Start Trouble. ARABS BUTCHERED AND WOMEN ARE SHOT DOWN Chinese Active in Face of the Constitutional Procla- mation of Oct. outlook in Italy is alarming today. The forces in Tripoli are meeting with a clas'i with Austria is threatened while anti-militarists are active. Five thousand Italians have been killed and seven thou- sand taken prisoners by the Turks about Should the Turks recapture'Tripoli a slaughter would now be exrected HALLOWE'EN ACROSS THE SEAS Miss Vernie stenographer in the office of Coroner Cleve- gave her boy and girl friends a thrill with the spookiest It was several unbidden cold still on their marble who and children when they took the place stared at the .Hanowe-eners on the pretense that they might at- j through the glass covers of their pri- tack item from the rear while engaged j yate compartments Miss Boyle says with the Turks. It is not known how everybodv had a good many were killed but it is reliably reported that the native population was practically wiped out. What es- pecially concerns Austria is ItHfy to carry out a big na- val demonstration in Turkish waters ticspiio Austria's warning that Italian activities must be confined to Africa. Italy today seized and occupied the I -islands Rhodes and Bos. i This is highly offensive to Austria. Slaughter of Women. Oct. 31. discriminate slaughter has resulted from the wiping out of three regi- ments of Italian infantry here last and Tripoli resembles a hu- man abattoir. Three hundred half of them have been shoe down as a result of the order of the Italian troops to give no quarter. The -cause-of. the order is the fear of a massacre by the Arabs. It is known that the Turks 'bef.org their evacuation of the town distrib- uted stands of magazine rifles and ammunition to the local and of these only were collect- ed by the Italians. they were facing the possibility of a sud- den rising by some armed Arabs in the real- of their line of defense In a country .the intricacy of which beg- gars description. Although I cannot commend the ruthless measures yet I cannot deny the necessity of a dras- tic quelling of the insurrection. The Italians having set themselves to cow the the floodgates of blood and lust were opened and in many in- stances the- men got. beyond control and the innocent suffered with ths guilty. The tale of retribution has been President Springs a Surprise on Chicago Audience at a Banquet. VIEWS MINE RESCUE WORK AT PITTSBURGH Taft Returns From West And Go To Cincinnati Home Next PITTSBURGH. Pa. Oct. dent Taft arrived here -early and was the guest of honor at the national safety mine demonstration and cen- j tennial celebration of steam navigation on the Pittsburgh rivers. Later he attended a banquet. Taft watched the rescue work at the mine demonstra- tion and rode on the steamship Vir- ginia in the water parace. Mrs. Al- ice Longworth took part in these cere- monies. Only one explosion was staged in the mine demonstration work tor the president. This occurred in a hugei boiler plate cylinder. Fine coal dusi' was sprinkled on the shelves ana a cannon discharged at one end. A ter- rific explosion of the coal dust fol- lowed. At the centennial celebration Mrs. Longworth christened the New a replica of the first boat to navigate the Ohio and Mississippi Arraignment Was Postponed By Agreement Tuesday Awaiting Jury Report. MRS. M'REE TELLS STORY. Southern Woman Says__She Killed Man in Defense of Her Oct. C. V. T. Richeson was brought into court today to answer the charge of slaying Avis Linn ell. His arraignment was postponed until Nov. 7 by agreement. This was the day Richeson was to have married Violet Edmands. Not more than the ordinary crowd was in police court when Richeson's name was called. Richeson stepped quickly from the dock to the bar. The warrant him with the murder of Avis Linnell was read in an and be was immediate- ly returned to his ceii. Miss Ed- mands is still under care of a physi- cian. The grand jury adjourned Monday shockingly heavy but nothing to what the indiscriminate carnage wouldj afternoon with hut two witnesses yet have 'been if the rising had not beeiv premature and had occurred at the same time'- as the Turkish attack on the 26th. The Italian like the are paying tribute in blood in the Af- rican conquest. The Duke G-razioli Jlarite della a lien- tenant- vnl.thp been killed and Count Pompeo di a lieu- tenant of cavalry and gentleman in waiting to the has been serious- ly injured. Rebels Retake Hankow. to be heard. They will be called this but tlieir testimony will merely corroborative. The indict Richeson is said to vote have been taken before it was made known to the grand jury that District Attor- ney Pelletier desired that others be reard. It is due tothis latter fact that final action was delayejLJiiL. twenty-four hours. The district attorney announced that it would probably be a week or ten days before Richeson will be ar- as the Massachusetts law re- quires that all parties concerned in an indictment be furnished with a upon which the SHANGHAI. Oct. ni-l copy of all evidence vices received here state the charge is recaptured Hankow Sunday after- A authority said that there is driving the imperial fleet 10 miles j no possibility of a second person be- down the river under terrific ing indicted as an accessory as has The battle is still raging. All foreign- i been intimated. ers have been warned to flee. Richeson learned of the contemplat- thousand rebels and three ed action of the grand jury with the imperialists were killed. stoicism that has characterized say the battle was the most severe j his attitude from the date of his ar- of the describing the ground j rest. It is understood that the trial as littered with dead and the will he set for January. filled with bodies. The do not include the citizens slaughter- ed by the imperialists before the reu- victory. The imperialists were President Taft had a good break- even if the other members of his party had to go hungry to ap- pease the presidential appetite. En-1 route from Chicago last night presidential train was split up anflj the dining car was lost in the i When time came to prepare break-j fast today in the improvised car there was little in the it all went to provide food for the president and the rest of the party had to hustle to a hotel. Sees Possible Defeat. CHICAGO. Oct. Taft surprised a large audience at the din- ner of the Hamilton club by what most .of -his hearers construed as an admission Of the possibility of republi- can defeat in the coming national elec- i tion. i Total is For Both Primary And General Not Each Separately. WILL HARDLY AFFECT SANDUSKY CANDIDATES I Democrats in Meeting Receive Cheering Reports And Plan Hard Battle Between Socialists and Republicans Will Probably Result LOS Oct. the we are people most exciting campaign in the history more n anything else i While it is not believed that any Sandbsky candidates wHl be affected. Attorney General Ho- gan's ruling Monday that the lim- it placed upon expenditures of candidates for office by the Kim- ble corrupt practices act as to campaign applies to the primary ana the general election together and not is causing constarnation in many it has been the belief right along that a candidate could spend the limit allowed by the law at Vie primary and then. spend the same amount over again dur- ing the election Mr. Hogan holds that this conception of the law is erroneous and that the same limit must include the expenses of both elections. ______ It aomitted fact tnai ail the state many candidates came close 1 to their limit in the primaries and 'the amount they have already spent-ill the election campaign brings them- past the total. This is thought to be i the case in Columbus for both Mayor republican candidate for the' mayoralty and for Geo. J. the democratic candidate for. 1 mayor. Mr. Marshall snent nearly in his primary fight and Mr. Karb over half that amount. Both. s HOURS FOR VOTING. Published statements in the 3 is for her to want j gj j Senator TfiSt'if 'PS Rp- i that the polls will re- .vJicuc ociicuui IBMil.Gb opsn next Tuesday untjl to marry some other man. -the crisis in the republican party with reference to its continuance in of the city the municipal primary for C'-ouily j and colder j Wednesday general- j ly fair. j garding An Alleged Confes- sion of Shields to Mines. __ the guidance of the the presi- the nomination for mayor is being dent said. am hopeful that the 'held here today. Under the law good people of the who know candidate receiving a majority of and sets at p. Temperature year ago. 39. Sun rises Wednesday at a. m. Wis.. Dot. at 7 a. Senator Paul C. testified be- oneifore the investigating committee that he had overheard Wirt C. of a good- thing when they see have voleg cast at a primary is only chastened us in an off year in c that WP mav ho hpttpr horp Owing to the that tuere j mat we oe better nere- Vith are four candidates it is odieved at mile fitted to bear the that any.one will get a majority today. v if thp nrnhlomo anrl K but ing from burdens of the present problems and' This will make it carry them to a successful two leading candidates to stand to those which are untried and which fore the people on ejection day. Dec. i have new theories of action that we 5. The mayoralty battle is really be- do not believe in and that we don't tween George believe the people believe in. and Job social- if so be -it that they de- ist. sire to make a we shall loy- fnr hours tor nevus 10 north- p. m.r are partly in error and voters in city should take warning. The' official fnstraettons to the board of elections state that iri cities where there is registration means pcUs s -V-sIl be open from a. m. p. m- In districts where registration Duluth give details about alleged re- is not and lations between Edward Mines the i polls are to be and Robert J. 11 wno assisted in the election of a ator Isaac Mi which j are consldered be spending Iargc sums now and in lace of the niliag- Shields is said to have burned jcur buildings for you. _ bribed your assessors and committed by Mr. Hogan both are in danger of forfeiture of office if elected. A. C. i The Columbus situation is not dif- tiary you will go. TO SHOOT S. will inure to the benefit of the coun- 0.. but with the consolation that if j case of William Burns. after one trial the people think they' Dieted for robbing a Shore ought to go back to the old Press was before the grand iuryi that has served them so well in the jbin Bums refused to testify and twenty thousand shop men progressive days of the they own behalf and threatened wnhach TPYOS will do can hear CHICAGO. Oct. aris- ng from a demand for increased foroe a strike of between fif- that is Sheriff'W. M Baker if he to take him into the court with Hines over the amount money that ought to be paid for theV f that they spend the ture. testified Ousting. The '.in- fev tllft on to r-i Primar-v and be easity told Stephen-son that' mcney law- _____ the cam- by demo- eommitteemen StifV in leen ana imnisauu nitji ______ d to shoot I03 ths Rock Island. Texas to put over the _. tK e attemSlPacific.and the Missouri Kansas employed to do the put- j ft rt house. Pacific ranvoafis. A refe-iondum vote 'prifin r-indidites rn-iimit J.-L. j.-i j.- i- i ii I llPTl tii-lij Leo cLLtU LUIIilllil ____ on tte strike question has bsen uie wotk i -f f m Shiekls deniEiided his pav for it and ork 1S to C0ant f '---j s i the entire ticket will be- ONE HUNDRED AND TWO OF UNCLE SAM'S SEA FIGHTERS GATHER FOR BIG REVIEW el Tells Story of Murder. La.. Oct. the on Parre little old red brick court house of St. Landry crowded as it never been Mrs. Zee Runge Mc- Ree. member cf one of the oldest fam- ilies in the faced her accusers told why she killed Allan Gar- land. member of a family equally as prominent as her own. She says she shot protect her j but her only explaination of i why each bullet took effect in the i young Tulane student's back was that j she was excited she did not know whether Garland turned to flee as she Attorney Darrow For she said she got her pistol when Garyand insulted her and fired .r.-hen he advanced on her saying. cannot Her testimony completed after six hours on the j _ stand. __ _ was asked if she thought Gar- LOS Oct. Therij intended to attack her in her are now sev-nn men in the McXamara j at 10 o'clock in the morning aiv.tiwith ail the doors open and with her children and two servants in the yard. MrRp.e replied she did not know faii.iwhat Gariar.d might do. as he had he was not afraid cf her and was tnward d you think he was going to aras Has Several Tilts With Judge Bordwell. jury box passed by both sides eight whom the state make impeachment challenjryg which are almost certain to When courf reconvened today state made desperate efforts to move Vcnireman Prakes. farmer ac coined by the aefense. His broths.'foit von fteu and is a union plasterer and A man who makes sule to the stete for that to a woman- I do not I Frakes inclines to the know what he would do to a MEW TRIAL REFUSED THE HOBBS CASE y for it. Hines he'd send Shields to the peniten- j f j tiary if the latter insisted on demand- lnexc 1 by Senator Hey- Tusday. This was evident at j the enthusiastic and harmonious meet- Administrator Fisher's motion for a jSenaro.- Stephens new trial the matter of the ex- ra are to be given an oppor- cepticns to his account as the head of itunity again to go stand the Joshua Hobhs estate was over- i ruled by Judge Stahl Tuc-sday after- noon. the administrator and his attorneys will carry the cafe to the circuit court has not decided. j APPEARS IN TOBACCO HEARING i NEW YORK. Oct. Attorney Gen- p.. within the provisions of eral W-ickei'shaiii appeared in t're Iniildine code. State Factory Jnspe in the office of Jus- on the ticket was i'ith Chairnjan Beis. and a number of the eommitteemen. It was an informal each can-. j didate and each reporting on conditions in various precincts. Plans were made for in the re- ffip.iaing days of the campaign and to get out the vote on election. reports were and it was agreed that the outlook is bright for LsUz. candidate for expressed his confidence of winning out and report- i cd assurance of support from many 1 Prominent business the new i many of them are among -.ner. those offering support to the detno- j hearing on the dissolution of the to- j bacco in the federal circuit court. He insisted that the dissolution be and the way Irft open for tor Reams today a lann-jhed against moving picture throughout the ftaio v.hicn noi j cratic and laboring men are j equally entlrusiastic over his canditi- acy. Ths declaration in his plst- thp government to again interfere if necessary. complying with the law. Kearna js. i form for tne employment of lab- nt three orders closing shows 'or wherever possible on'city work has Circleville. Ottawa'and Ashtabula. made workers.. i on Pase GENEROUS TOLEDO MAN j OFFERS PRISONER HELP _. Plavd behind prison bars at Coinm- counts that a human was going. bus s'rce last Friday. Philip Duncan. T-he penitrntiary for a because a self confessed may be re- i leased in a tew days tnnmgh the gen- fr erosity of the- head cf a To'jedo ing firm. That rherr an- a kind heart.- in this tomniprt-iai wns Tho name of Toledo man ir- not for the that if it be- rauic known to thn public. Dunt-an's should hf iiccopt position Doe Probe Manner of judicial Candidates Filed rll8U evidenced by thr letter the To- off'-rptl. might IIP- sprionsly h ledo man. received by Judge Stahl Tuesday morning. He offered siay the cristtf of the asiountinr up a bond in thp sum to the to be forfeited in by fact becoming known that he had been is the penitentiary. Ptahl wili decide Thursday on NEW Oct. the eve of. the county election Tammany h theory gas destroyed the LOR' are posittve that was why _.m-_t for a monlelt NEW Oct your- hundred and two is the exact Angeles Times. They endeavored impeach him but Attorney -Yes. to defend my honor. I making a desperate effort to retainishojt him to defend my she the .luror. The session was said emphaticallv by tilts between Darrow and Bordwell. Vepirenian Mendenhall wasi Oct. Si-Fire did placed by but being a bitter .'CCO damage at the plant of the Rog- psrsonal enemy of Attorr.evi crs Bros.' Construction Co. at Fredericks will probably be lemovud near and for a t.ipse threateneJ by a peremptury ci.atkcge. j the clestructitn of the village. on the hundred and jfinest of Uncle Sam's gathered here for the review banks of the Hudson river. Anchored in gay with the flags and rides a monster November 1. and at away northward as far as the facing what its enc-mics declare is gn- cn in the matter. There seems ing to develop into one of the doubt as to whetuer a man est scandals in and prove th-'t Duncan's behavior after release can be given a suspended sentence af- Tammany hall has been selling not satisfactory to the authorities. tet- being entered as an inmate in the on the judicial ticket. But that was not all of the proposal stste and the court will Three' legal investigations were T -.stUnted today into the judicia-v up. John Doe proceedings started here by xrt-vnoy Meyer on bookkeeper or provided j provided sorae one would Whitman. Aa inquirj- he was freed under a suspended sen-i put up the required by law. The in Queen's county oy At- tencu. who forged a check on tcrney DeWitt and in Brook- The most remarkable part of the Court Stenographer Gatton. when ar- lyn by Assistant Distri-.M Attorney md two cf the the big-hearted Toledo look into the iaw on the subject s fighting ves- He promised to give Duncan a Last week the court stood ready to for roviow position at once in his concern as i let Duncan fri-e on promise of good The secretary wished to see just quickly that part of the navy r- i which patrols the Atlantic could be referred to the fact that the writer before the court made one of Elder. Charges that HH.W ctin ate vasi. nr- mada. you think. there must i ba dozens of them. There are one oil Pago did not know Iruncan the most eloquent and logical pleas in'to secure the had never heard of the man. HP j his pwn behalf ever heard at the Erie nmny's candidates for i had learned through ac- county court bench have been made. wi   

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