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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio I B. V COMPLETE STORIED OF THE M'NAMARA FULLY AND STORIES AND SCORES OF CHAMPIONSHIP BALL GAMES WILL BE STAR-JOURNAL FEATURES. THE S AN DU S KY S TAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FIFTH OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 2 Judge Bordman Holds That Both Sides May Inquire Into Views on Question. TRIAL PUT OVER UNTIL FRIDAY Belief Entertained That Work of Examining Will Take Three LOS ANGELES. Oct. The issue of capital against labor was fairly determined in the Mc- Namara case today es a result of the ruling of Judge Bordwell that both prosecution and defense are wthin their legal righi in deter- mining the attitude of veniremen for the union labor movement. As a result of this ruling it is a ji'ry will not be sworn for three.months. Today being a legat no session of court was held and attorneys busied themselves looking up the records of veiiremen. eleven so far accepted will be by peremptory challenges. pioseciUion admits that James 3. if only a tool for the alleged workings of. but to try him first in the belief stronger evidence against tlie UUer would be brought out m his It 1s now csrtain that Oitie' McMani- will be the ciux of the entire si tu- ition. Had John MeXamara been first lied then would have been in and the National Erector's Association would have been the chief Detect''e in- heated that he had not secured a eham John and that Tames come to tri- il first for the de- 'ense stawd fhe prosecution be unable involve James srith the- complete detense they had or him even if wo admitted no lefemi'1 it would be irnposs'ble io connect organized labor with tr-e Times he said. Vow that the trial is actually on the feeling here is inetnse. In the brief session held Wednes- the line of defense was clearly outlined. Z T. a grocer'cf Long Peach. the only venireman subjected to a cross- fire of questions bv Lecompte Davisj HI sought to show his attitude onj HERE'S CLOCK OF DEATH BY WHICH ORTIE McMANIGAL DECLARES h UfU1PU LOS ANGELES DYNAMITERS SOUGHT TO DO THEIR WORK IN SAFETY .HHIfllO llUl If niuil A-Zomi TZT COEX SOTTIS .AJO COJCTAJXCfC SUJBCUSIC 4 -ALiOWJKS .ACID TO SPIli QJJf ciAJor CAPS SET 'WJCX AjCID SIKSSS TJLEK J- SJCE3T JSox SOX XlJioir 1 C1OCX S3.TOC -RiASTZS IS SENATOR DAVIS OF ARKANSAS MARRIED Government Refuses to Con- firm or Deny the Report Corning From Berlin. TROOPS REACH TRIPOLI AND ARE DISEMBARKED' jFiesh Outbieaks Feared Young Turks as Result of the Peace According to the confession or Ortie held with the McXa mara brothers upon murder charges growing out of the dynamiting- ot Los Angeles Times John J. McXamara planned that and otner at tacks on and arranged for the safety of the man who placed the explosive by using an internal machine such as shown in the above picture. The clock setting off the was generally set to go off hours when the proprietor would be miles away in establishing an alibi. James B. the first of the brothers to be is charged with actually placing the of under the walls of the Times building. HOLY LAND CESSION ITALY'S WAR Oct. the Turko-Itahan war now has as its 1 main object on the part of Italy the 1 acquiring of the Holy Land and Jeru- 'salem with a view to ultimately pre- senting it to the pope as a papal bringing about a reconciliation be- tween the Vatican and the is j the statement contained m a newspaper in this city edited bf Os- tf'lt II t IU. L11IO L1LV CUILCU Federal Judge KlllettS DireCtS issued Thursday. That It Cease Operation Through Subsidiaries. The stoiy is based upon a communi- cation from a correspondent in who is said to have especially good of information in the vati- souices cao. _.___..or_ i the heading Aims to DEFENSE WAS WITHDRAWN i Redeem the Holy Land. It Will Make a Gift of It to the Head of Chris- L'ltalia National --WeStl-fig-4 a protectorate of Tripoli and and Many Other Com- Axr i i Affected by an offer of indemnity no longer will satisfy but complete annexation Oct 12 cal trust was ordered dissolved today j by Federal Judge the action of withdrawing reimbursement of the war penses meuned up the present will be demanded. And in addition it will msisted that the porte give secur- ity against atrocities if they I The General Electric and 33 other union if he had an opinion as to whether labor union are inimical i its defense in the government suit. tr a menace to the welfare of a com-1 and whether he had any indices or bias against membeis or labor organizations. The district attorney vigorouslv ob- jected to this line of questions on ground that union labor was not onj trial and had nothing to do with ease The defense won a victory when' Judge Bordwell decided that venire- men could be examined ragaiding their bias or prejudice against labor unions as a class. Before the defense had concluded Its examination of Judge Bordwell adjourned court until 10 o'clock Friday morning. No time was lost in getting down to work of selecting a jury when tne afternoon session was convened. Twelve names were drawn and the men ordered to take their place in the jury box. Z T. Nelson was the first venireman to be placed under examination and it was appar- ent from the first that the object of the defense was to make the trial Issue between capital and labor Aft-j er questioning venireman in gard to his place of birth the ent places he had lived in and on var-l ious Attorney companies are prohibited from setting i prices or operating through subsidiar- ies and competition is forced The dissolution order was most sweeping in detail. The National of and the Westmghouse company are among companies af- fected. The provisions of the coutts 'dis- solution order were most sweeping. All and sales rboms of the general electric must be made public. The court ruled that conceealment of the fact that the General Electric owned an interest in the National was unlawful jn Former Captain of Night Guard at Penitentiary Creates a Sensation occur will not remain unpunish- ed as did those in Armenia and Al- bania. news shows conclusively that Italy intends to operate on the coasts of Arabia and that it has for its ob- jective point Joppa and the Holy as the price of the indemnity of war If this be it will be a for occidental civilization and for Chiistianity. After more than ten centuries the heroic object of the crusaders would be and wheie the Roman empire once was and where Christ was Italy would wash out the shameful blotch on the home of the contaminated by the fol- lowers of Mahomet. .is the vision must have tilled the so'uTof Pius X with ecstacv when he blessed the soldiers of Italy as they departed for the war. may be the our country has the glory of having crushed the Turks by a few strategic and given a demonstra- tion of the military powei of which will surely have great weight in future diplomatic exrvcL j Opponents of Taft anci Harmon To Take Advantage of the Primary Law. GARFIELD TO ATTEND PROGRESSIVE MEETIKS lalk of Amendment To Permit State-Wide Exoressron of Jeff United States senator from was married Thurs- day at Ai k of that place. to Miss Lela Oct. govern- ment refuses to confirm or deny the report from Berlin that an armistice will shortly be declared wiYi Turkey. The statement is generally accepted by the people. In Turkey the announcement has caused fresh outbreaks of the young the war party. Peace in Sight. Oft ftom an an authentic soiuce in Berlin indicate that peace between Italy and Turkey is not far off It is declared that an aimistice has been virtually agreed upon by the through tre imtiatve of j which took the action ten ago. It is understood that the transpor- tation of the Italian military expedi- tion will not be interfered but that hostilites in all quarters will D cease. This is considered in Berlin I VerOlCt Readied in ADOllt Half as equivalent to the ending of the j or at least the warlike ments which will now be succeeded by negotiations looking to a settlement The fast transports bearing a por- tion of the Italian expeditionary forc- arrived at Tripoli. They were corted by -warships and accompanied by the hospital ship Regina d' Italia. Hour After the Trial Ended.' Oct. R. former secretary of the announced today he wo'Ji3 attend nrogress've republican meeting m Oct. 16. The an- nouncement is made in a letter to John D. LaFollette leader of northern following 3 meeting between Roosevelt and in New York. Tuesday. Roosevelt him- self is expected to endorse the prin- ciples adopted by the Garfield's action means that the pro- gressive candidates for the repubff- can national convention delegates wit be out ua in the spring primaries in Ohio pledged to oppose Taft. For six mentis Taft supporters ana progressives have been after GarfietcTs UatJet'o offereii to i port Garfiefd for governor. After con- ferences with progressives and with Garfield swung to the progressives. His idea is to declare for the progressive principles adopted by the Chicago convention. He favors a caucus of progressives of all states at the convention before a candidate is agreed upon. ACTION WAS NO SURPRISE. gan immediately the greatest iasm prevailing. The batteries of the fleet all the night shelled all the which was swept by the searchlights. Tripoli has nothing more to fear from Turkish attacks. It- is regarded as probable with the strong Italian army disem- barked at even the Young j Turk irreeoncilaoles will begin toi as apparently the Ottoman government already that there is no hope of withholding Tripoli from Italy. It is now possible for Turkey to enetr into peace negotiations the prospect of reaching a less un- Trial for Manslaughter Quickly Concluded and Defendant is Set Free satisfactory conclusion than would result from a continuation of the con- After being out but a trifle over a half the jury in the case of Albert Water street sa- chargd with manslaught- er for the killing of Nick a was throw- ing rocks at Kaiser's place re- turned a verdict of shortly after 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The verdict was no suprise to observers who believed the plea of self defense bad been in Both Parties. Declarations of state notably State Treasurer Creamer and Clerfe McKean. of the supreme for a law permitting a presidential prefer- ence have emphasized what is said to be a well-developed movement for a democratic presidential primary in which opponents of Governor Har- mon hope to bring about the selection. of same Ohio delegates pledged to Wilson or Speaker Cfeamp Cla'-k. It also seems probable that Ohio progressive republicans mil op- pose Taft. Advocates of the preference law plan want the legislature to take the necessary action if it is convened in special session for the purpose of re- districting the state. Anti-Harmon men say that there will be a primary under the present law. regardless of INSANE PRISONER IN IOWA .eft Without Clothing With had been pretending to be a separate competing company and that the Na- tional and other subsidiaries be dis- solved and the General Electric be pro- hibited from doing business except in its own name. The 'defendant Nothing But Papers To Sleep on for 27 Months Just about the time a feller makes a little money it seems like there's a people effective. To be it took the talesmen j whether not a preference law is just forty minutes to bring in the enacted. Under the new dele- There is a feeling in official circles verdict of acquittal. They took just j gates to the national convention will at Rome that Turkey and her 53 m-1 one even member voting be elected directly by the people at as well as.those elements make the defendant free. freed being named the same as which are antagonistic to are him because he did the act In teir jcongiessnien. In anticipation this. aoing even-thing possible to said one of the jurymen. the Wilson and Clark men have be- opposition among the powers to Italv's j Kaiser showed his first sign of emo- rome busy a- ecHing to Colum.- and it is believed that certain tion after the verdict had been read bus will put up a stiff fight reports which have been circulated DV Foreman William Oh'emacher. most ot the congressional aim chiefly to play on Anglo-German when the jurors had reached the cor- The Harmon ate con- antagonism With this it is rjdor shook their hands aud.'fiJent tine the governor will sweep the report has been spread thanked them warmly Attorney the state James R Garfield will lead million around tryin' to that having counsel for'the de'-'the anti-Taft forces 02 the lepublieaa take it away from I P1anBed to obtain Tobruk from Tur- also came in for his share of sid i key. nrior to the beeinnine .if him. Fair to- night and Friday Moderate noftawest and WPKt i tihties. will end by obtaining this im- portant strategic point from Italy as congratulations The prosocH-ts for a presidential counts in outer to purchasers buy their carbon lamp and making price concessions to competing com- Oct. story f brutality prisoners at Tempeiature at 7 a. one year 54. .Sun nses Sunday at a and sets at 4-52 p. m. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon 17 miles north- west at 3 05 Wednesday afternoon. The case went to the jury at 2 20 I preference law are not very ae- ColnmbiH TtaTy. r m Tluusday. Prosecuting coiding to a special from Cc Hait closed his final argument i to the foi the snortlv before two and Judge that it is not very likely t Of- Stnhl then i-pari rtarza tn the legislature Will a base for operations in the Mediter- ranean British supremacy. All these rumors and reportsjare legislature wi reason that the Tne _ court carefully reviewed the -Judge Cur- testimony in the and said that part relating to Kaiser's good fo-ir I The work gressional who are at to frame up a new con- gerrymander to by 200 but the law was not. enforced. I on Pase Ohio penitentiary was told by Solo- men former captain of night on Page Man Paralyzed While Attend- ing Funeral of Woman He Had Separated From. Oct a wo- man's dying wish that her husband wojld become paiahzed if he attempt- ed to attend her funeral came true was learned when it became known that William Huesman is at the city hospital at the point of death Seventy yars old and the father of several grown childien. he had Jived apart from his his junior caly a few the years ot their separation extended. Mrs. Hues- man became each day moie and more embittered against her husband. Time and again she declared that she hoped that when she died he might beconw paralyzed on wav to the cemetery if he tried to go to the funeral Recently she became ill and died at the city her last breath be- ing the wish she had so often made in health. Immediately after her death the hus- band was notified and. forgetting the tried to atone by sepmg that she received the proper He provided the and on the -way to the remetery hie collapsed on the street. said the physician When he was taken to the hospital. FEAR ANOTHER CIVIL WAR panies to drhe out competition. guards during Attorney General Ho- court retained jurisdiction so as to gan's probe today. An insane negro force the decree. he Baid was Kept nandcaffea and naked in a- cell for 27 .months witu onlv papers to sleep on. The cuffs wore down in his flesh he i There have been 16 escapes since1 Enemirs of Mndero Say Ratification of Warden Jones took Shipley i and he also aserted prison-1 ers were strung up by tbe wrists forj punishment. More guards v. ere need-i CIRCLEVILLB. Oct. 12 tarn has set November 2 for the lo-' the cal option election in Pickaway conn- character should be taken into presealod to the special session of the tv. In 1008 this county voted ndeiation It was deJared that the' legislature m the nrt that one is called Goiemor Ha'Toon. are im- j able to upon any division of the state that will satisfactory evert I to themse-hei. the legis- lature and the different congi-essional j candidates The democrats now have 1C congressmen and the republicans en Page CHILL WEATHER OUT WEST Tier President Snarez Bring Jt. MEXICO Oct. the ed. he said. j repeatedlv called Warden Jones' attention to the condition of Webb. electoral college of Mexico meets tne insane prisoner. but it was 27 here Sunday President Madero is ex- months before anvtbing was pected to ratify the election of Pmosa1 c taln shi j testified. all time a blanket al. of Diaz tactics his asert General Reyes will probabij lead the revolt. This case was al-1 ways kept a secret from the public. money has been spent In I hiring blood de-j tectives and for telegraph and j phone bills trying to catch escaped j j convicts than would have been riecps- i i to hire additional testi-j fied Shipley. 77 He declared that Warden Jones -was playing favorites of the most des I perate criminals in the state prison. j and the most brutal methods of _____________ j punishing prisoners were reorted to WASHINGTON Oct 12-That Dr Shipley said that Thomas Flinn. Wiley is to become a member of former Fremont had inform cabinet as of publn I bim tnat tnere wap something heading the proposed matter with the scales and that thsj mcnt of health if it is cieated. was re- fish received was not near uuj ported here today. to the weight that should have I the prison. Shipley said that part of the guard's pay SUFFRAGETTES HAVE wJtheld from but he could i cite any special case where there was CHANCE IN RETURNS anything wrong financially. j He declared thst a brother of Vsr-j den Jones was paid full time for night i SAN Oct. 12 With serTjCe when he only served a part' only 659 precincts still to be heard Of tae time. The hearing will be from indications are today that continued tomorrow. Shipley is a amendment to extend the ballot to war veteran. men will be carried. The .___________________ is by no means certain. j Sten- nett fell through a hole in the tioot of the old aqueduct which formerly PHILADELPHIA. Oct. Svparold son of Petfi was killed by- a traction he ran out on the street in-front of the car STETT5EXVILLE. Oct. f-fked by a horse while attempting foj carried the Ohio canal across the cross a crowded Jacob Fucheri Scioto river at and was was badly mangled that he by a one- el 10. armed man. Superintendent Charges A. I Hayes With Embezzlement i of Cmpany's or NEWS have bsei .eported fn many sections of the Middlt. poMfe second fo1 in Jays when B'irt A Hajes .igpi.r tor Wesrorn Southein. Lite In- .ranee t'c bj Chief We'ngates oa charse of ro h s nse S44 d 'he- t. ivny. The aScav.t the v was .sworn F district su ermter.dent Hayea to nd'tsky 1'na. 0. h t. j-i insurance here offices tre Xa tion''I Exchange i-nk He much hurnilsared over jrrcst. is the m m.r that 1 hme ever been declared to tbe as li rogtstering the asert had broi'cV to fie ro tion. Haves inter tn'i'ie get in'.o comi'mnioatjon tti Cehna anj for bond. Attorney W. called in and he was ir c with tor n Hayes stOiitly rut.inft i o'ncc. He sajs half a he wU accounts weii1- o K. is rf a hijjfii'r O'hii tn i was lar.o- n E W ;