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Palestine daily herald. [volume] (Palestine, Tex.) 1902-1949, December 03, 1910, Image 3

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Song by Muriel Terry in
Henry W Savages new EuropeanAmerican Military Operetta
The Gay Hussars
wars a larms
laugh and jest
Pjrformimg rights reserved
Wars a larms
laugh and jest
Copyright mcmix by Jos W Stern Co New York
Used by peralission MURRAY MUSIC CO New York
Katie Manz Sixteen Year Old Girl Will
Face Jury at Canton Ohio Monday
on Charge of Murdering
Her Sister
Herald Special
Canton O Dec 3 Did Katie Manz
a lGyearold Massillon girl deliberate
ly poison her sister Elizabeth three
years her senior with strychnine be
cause she was jealous over her sisters
wardrobe more brilliant than her
This is the problem which has been
the staple of discussion among the
people of Stark county and vicinity
ever since the body of Elizabeth Manz
was found in her home one night last
March and which is expected to be
solved with the aid of alienists when
the younger sister is placed on trial
here Monday on the charge of mur
der The case has attracted wide at
tention and every one with the pos
sible exception of the young girl ac
cused of the crime is looking forward
to the trial with much interest As
for Katie her only anxiety in regards
to the trial appears to be a fear that
the clothes she has may not make her
look quite stunning enough when she
faces the judge and jury and the court
room filled with curious spectators
The prosecution believes it has suf
ficient evidenceto convict the young
girl of first degree murder It has
been established that immediately fol
lowing the mysterious death of Eliza
ibeth Manz her sister Katie fled from
the home in Massillon taking with
Iier the best of her sisters clothes
The next day she was found in Akron
where she had applied for work under
an assumed name She faced her ac
cusers calmly and told them that her
sister was dead before she left the
The most damaging admission made
by the girl is the fact that she pur
chased strychnine at a Massillon drug
store shortly before her sisters death
and also bought a small quantity of
chloioform The girl declared she
bought the strychnine for a man
whose name she could not give This
man she declared subsequently hand
ed her two capusules which she be
lieved to contain quinine One of
these tablets she laid on the table
beside her sister when she left the
house on the day of the tragedy The
chloiofim she said was bought for
cleaning house
According to the statements of mu
tual Mends Katie had for a long time
harbored a grudge against her elder
sister The ill feeling is said to have
had its oiigin hi the fact that Katie
hud run away fiom home and after an
absence of some time had been located
in New Philadelphia and forced to re
turn home through the efforts of her
sister Elizabeth In consequence of
this Katie is said to have often made
threats to get even with her sister
This feeling of animosity combined
with jealousy of her sisters good
looks and pretty clothes is believed by
the authorities to have been the mo
tive for the alleged murder
The family of the accused girl
have hired able lawyers to defend her
It is be lieed that a plea of insanity
will be made in er defense The
mother of the twcgirls has been dead
for manjAyearsand according to the
Solo Allegretto
British Copyright Secured
No 211
cination Sopronounced is her at
tractiveness that the county authori
ties fear the effects of it upon a jury
of twelve men when she faces trial
Evidences of her powers of fascina
tion have been numerous and striking
during the eight or nine months she
has been confined in the Stark county
Only a short time ago th authori
ties discovered the existence of a clan
destine love affair between the ac
cused girl and a young man living in
Saginaw Mich Though the two had
never met they had corresponded reg
ularly and it was found that the young
man had sent her money to buy
books and some new clothes so that
she might look stunning when
brought into court
Ceteus Willaman awaiting execu
tion in the Stark county jail for mur
der became fascinated with the girl
and presented her with the jewelry
which had belonged to his murdered
Fun and frol ic lurk be hind the Shoulder arms
Ev ry man wholl drain his glass A welcome guest
Lady Who Lives in Goldsboro
Joins in the Chorus of Praise
for Cardui The Womans
Goldsboro N C A physician treat
ed me for many distressing symptoms
rites Mrs Etta A Smith but gave
ue no relief
I suffered with neuralgia around the
leart and was troubled at times with my
ad ad Pain my left side bowels
it thigh shoulders and arms
After taking Cafdui I am now well
d can recommend it to other sufferine
Just such doubtful symptoms as those
om which Mrs Smith suffered are the
les for which it will pay you to take
s ardui the womans tonic
It s at such times when there Is noth
to show for certain the real cause ol
i ni trouble that you need d tonic to give
I e body strength to throw off the illness
iiat evidently threatens
Take Cardui when you are ill with
fie ailments of your sex Take Cardui
a a tonic to prevent illness when y
feel it
Your druggistkee
N B Write to Lad
boom Medicine Co Cha
Instructions nd 64paa
or Womia uat in plaT
iff who is married and 45 years old
had been very familiar with Katie
since her confinement in jail and on
several occasions had taken the girl
out riding In his automobile Alto
gether the sixteenyearold girl has
succeeded in throwing the usual stern
discipline of the county jail into utter
confusion during the period of her res
idence there and the authorities ex
press the hope that they may soon
get her off their hands
The Philosophers ana the Frog
By a Staff Correspondent
Dr Safford for many years profes
sor of chemistry in the Medical Col
lege of the University of Nashville
used to tell his students a fable the
moral of which was prove it Cer
tain wise men were gathered together
to ascertain the explanation of a
statement that when two glasses of
water of equal weight are balanced on
the beams of a balance scale and a
frog is then put in one pf the vessels
the balance remains the same thus
attempting to prove the assertion
that a frog has no weight when im
mersed in water Each wise man had
his own explanation and there was
much heated argument and discus
sion At length one of the wise men
said But is your statement true
Lets prove it Of course when it
came to proving it they couldnt
So when you hear people say that
CocaCola is injurious just ask them
to proy < it They cant Nobody can
becaus if > Is not injurious But on
the other hand it can be proved that
IVsnot injurious by chemical analy
ses Or if you are not a chemist
yourself why not accept the verdict
of every competent chemist who ever
analyzed it Eminent College and
University Chemists Commercial
Chemists Government State and City
Cherhists all have analyzed Coca
CoIaJfend not one has ever been able
to fiSl anything injurious in it The
veryjpext time you hear anyone say
thafl ocaCola contains deleterious
ients tell him to write the
Cola Co Atlanta Ga for a free
of their booklet The Truth
CocaCola In the meantime
for a copy for yourself you will
t very interesting a
A Soldi
iers Life
father Katie grew up headstrong and wife Warden Isaac Slusser was oust
absolutely beyond his control ed by the sheriff on the ground that
Despite the fact that she is far from Katie had worked on Slussers sym
being beautiful Katie Manz undoubt pathles and had been accorded unwar
edly possesses peculiar powers of fas1 ranted privileges Slusser promptly
retaliated by declaring that the sher
Conservatory of Music Opening
Trof A Cruz de Aguilar teacher of
musical instruments and vocal will
open a conservatory of music in this
city on the first day of January 1911
Prof Cruz is a graduated musician
from the Conservatory of Seville and
Madrid Spain having spent nine
years in both conservatories learning
musical instruments vocal and har
mony Prof Cruz has a gold medal
won in the Conservatory of Madrid
Spain in music reading He will an
swer any and all questions regarding
music and guarantee to teach the
following instruments Piano violin
vlolincello mandolin guitar clari
net saxophone flute cornet slide
No 211
trombone baritone bass etc Prof
Cruz will have only a limited class in
the city and those wishing to take
lessons from him will do well by en
rolling with ample time for there
will not be time enough for ali on
account of having a large class out of
The terms will be as follows
Two lessons per week for one year
8500 two lessons per week for six
months 4500 two lessons per week
for three months 24 00 less than
three months course 100 per lesson
Get your convenient time now tf
Poli Was In War of 1812
And Still Sails the Deep
Photo by Ameiicmi Preas Association
There isnt a alUui craft lu all the great harbor of New York that has
anything on Polly In fact there isnt a vessel plowing the ocean or tied to a
wharf that can hold n candlestick to the trim little schooner tecured fore and
aft on the starboard iili of the recreation pier at the foot of West Fiftieth
street Polly is Hit years old and her 8 by 7 inch live oak ribs have a record
of shot niU shell in the v of miu as a privateer that won her a page In his
tory She li is heen downed by a bronze tablet set in just forward of her
cabin b th Natli mil Swlety of the United States Daughters of 1812 com
uiemoratiiir her eleven viefnt ies on the high seas The Polly was built at
Auiesbury M iss in isoi She was first sloop rigged with square sails aloft
to give her speed In n fair wind It was in this rig that she achieved her great
victories n the uu of 1M2 She was hanflted by a crew of twenty and carried
two lnnir Mrtittnarii ou ivtjtJne feet over all she vent around the
Horn in 181 tiiTinu srnlil seekers to the Pacific coast Since that time she
has been in trade nlont the New England coast Built before the first steam
boat she seems destined to outlive many of the modern liners According to
Captain Weldou her liwueis ute as bound as the day she waa launched

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