Fred Holwedel shooting 8/22/1913

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Fred Holwedel shooting 8/22/1913 - YlT 1 jSfljl ' Jl!C v " ' ? : T ' Final Edition...
YlT 1 jSfljl ' Jl!C v " ' ? : T ' Final Edition DETROIT. MIIGAN. FRIDAY. AUGUST 22VI913.--SIXTEEN 22VI913.--SIXTEEN 22VI913.--SIXTEEN 22VI913.--SIXTEEN PAGES. !' V pRICE: TWO CENTS." "AFFINITY" WIFE MEN WILL-RULE WILL-RULE WILL-RULE SHOW Given Charge of Great Exposition for 1814 In London. Aug:. 21. It hasju.-becn hasju.-becn announced officially, that ' Commercial Must . placed in complete hn. the American industrial of the great AukIo-American AukIo-American exposition, to be held in between May and October, TherigIo-Amcrlcaii TherigIo-Amcrlcaii TherigIo-Amcrlcaii exposition to mark the- the- century of between the two- two- great English-speaking English-speaking nations since the of the Treaty of Ghent, in AGRICULTURE MANY REGIONS Makes an Inspection Trip of 42,000 Miles. ' Special to The ?re Prcs O., August 21?2-'l 21?2-'l 21?2-'l be-licve be-licve we saw the best and the agriculture In the world," Alfred Vivian, of the college of Ohio State returned Eroin a study of conditions In JJrltain. Bermuda, Hawaii a"nd the in making the trip he traveled miles and took If.OPi) NOT SMOKE THE CITY PARKS Cityans Fear They Might Start a Disastrous Fire. ial to The Free rrw. City. Aug. 21.-- 21.-- 21.-- "Don't in the Parks,"' is the warning promulgated by the park board. also are warned not to lire. Thedry spell has the grass of the parks Into waste, and the tcces and have been curled out of the rays of the sun. ITS MAYOR WITHOUT JDISSENT 0., .Pays High Compliment Compliment to James A. ' Cahill. Spei-iA! Spei-iA! lo The Free Piesa. O., August 21. Two James A. Cahill was mayor or Chillicothe on the ticket, by ;tf. majority. Principals iri Detroit-Port Detroit-Port Detroit-Port Huron A LETTER OF PASSIONATE 7-"" 7-"" 7-"" owiuiuBu, ui . ueuwi, ngsinst nis -lornier -lornier mena, aiaynard J. .Hagedorn. man ager of the Port Huron-Sarnta Huron-Sarnta Huron-Sarnta Ferry Company, for $20,000 for aHeged alienation of his wife's affections. affections. . . MAYNARD J. HAGEDORN. WOMAlMIMi FROM FLINT IS IN LOuISYILLtf Mrs. York, Spirited From LOVE .that fell into the husband's MRS. ETHEL STEINMETZ. DUST REGARDING BELLE ISLE BEACH 4 : Will Ask More Courtesy,.' Love Tangle lands is th bads '.or a suit FRED STEINMETZ. KILL MAYOR GAYNOR FEARED IN GOTHAM Four Sticks of Dynamite DETROIT PATROLMAN IS STRANGELY SLAIN IN ALLEY AFTER QUARREL SEND CHILDREN FROM CALUMET Michigan Iron Miners to Feed Youngsters While Strike Continues. FOUR WADDELL GUARDS CHARGED WITH MURDER SURRENDER TO OFFICERS Sensational Development Features Features Inquest Into Shooting of Two at Painesdale. By Staff Correspondent. Calumet, Mich., August 21. Preparations fr the 'removal of 1,000 children of striking miners from the copper country to the homes of iron Ininers in the Ish-peraing-Marquette Ish-peraing-Marquette Ish-peraing-Marquette Ish-peraing-Marquette Ish-peraing-Marquette district were begun today. Circular forms, upon" which all striking miners will indicate their domestic condition, the ntlmber of children they have and the number number they are willing to send away, were distributed today at the various various local union headquarters. This action is the strongest indication, indication, it is said, that the Western Federation of Miners is making preparations for a protracted struggle. For some time, striking miners have been canvassing the Iron 1 country miners. soliciting places I ry children. A i EOT copper country maximum of J.000. it was announced, announced, could be cared for. Trans- Trans- j portation will be furnished by the j union, it is announced, provided ! parents have not the cash. ' ! An ardent appeal for funds in : circular form was also today sent i to every union under the JurlBdVc- JurlBdVc- lion of the American Federation of, Iabor. The circular recites a lon,S list of alleged "outragea" hv the IUUipfcIJns. Voa; alleged agaioBi.iirioiBqH militia in the old days or wjtern federation strfke history. Tpe Walker charge of "outraging yoting t girls," how- how- j ever, is not Hated. Brilliant red! posters, warn thg men to keep i away from the cupper country be-"1 be-"1 be-"1 cnuse of the strike, together with an appeal against strike-breaking, strike-breaking, strike-breaking, were also sent out. They are to be posted in every city, in the middle DEATH CLOSES VARIED CAREER OF A. SULLIVAN Former Detroiter Once Held .in Famous Cronin Murder. TRIED FOR MURDER IN DEFENDING WIFE; WELL KNOWN FOR EDITORIALS Body Will Be Buried Beside That of Spouse in Ht. Elliott Cemetery. i After a stormy career, during which he was tried and acquitted of murder and his name connected connected with the killing of Dr. Cronin, Chicago, a case that attracted world-wide world-wide world-wide attention, Alexander Sullivan, former well-known well-known well-known Detroiter, Detroiter, died Thursday In Chicago at the age of' 60 years. Friday the body will arrive in Detroit Detroit and will he laid beside that of his brilliant wife," Mrs. Margaret Buchanan Sullivan, in Mount 13i:iott cemetery. Mrs. Sullivan, who vas born and reared in Detroit, and who at one time was recognized a one of the most influential editorial writers of the day. died in Chicago about six years ago. The story of he'- he'- husband'.) 1 reads like a novel of medieval duys in vllU:h death and Intrigue play the i-UB i-UB i-UB roles. Afexanuer sunt van was born in Amherstberg, Ontario, in .1847. His buyhoou was spent in that village. When a young man he came to Detroit Detroit and engaged in the shoe business, business, owning a shop on Mlcnlgan avenue not far from, the site, of the Hotel Cadillac. Tlie prosaic occupation occupation of handling fuouvear did not apply to Sullivan, however, and he soon, -sold -sold out and became interested Mv4rte-.aitrt Mv4rte-.aitrt Mv4rte-.aitrt , nationa jjipHttcs. Tills ast heW titter the close of tne Cirll war, whim he ha barely at willow nis majority. A speaker of force and ability, he soon became known as the "Buy Orutor of Michigan.'' and during several campaigns he stumped tho state in support of the Republican party. At tlie close of General Grant's lirst campaign, in which he had played a part oi dome prominence. prominence. Grant declared that it was his opinion thnt Sullivan pus-icincd pus-icincd pus-icincd tag "ii" AmertSw T ?n rn'mi "or Fred Holwedel, Member of Force Since Only June 12, Shot Through Heart, Dies Almost Instantly. SLAYERS ESCAPE, ' LEAVING NO CLUE; POLICE AT WORK Shooting Occur" in Rear of 168 Joseph Campau Avenue About Midnight; Neighbor Hears Words. Patrolman Fred Holwedel, 16S Townsend avenue, about 25 years old, a member of the force since only June 12. was 'added early Friday morning to the growing list ot Detroit policemen latn on (duty. Holwedel was shot In the head after words with two- two- other men in an alley back of ICS Joseph Campau avenue, shortly after midnight. The bullet entered through his noae and penetrated bis bra I n . He was dead bef o re he could be rushed to St. Mary's hospital in the McClcllan avenue flyer. Mrs. Mathilda" Marlow. ItfS Joseph Joseph Campau avenue, heard three men talking in the alley. A moment moment afterward she heard sereral shots and the sound of men limning. limning. With James Flowers, living in the house, she went outdoors and found the dying , policeman lying Id the mud. At the hospital, a postcard from Put-inBay Put-inBay Put-inBay was found in bis pockut. bearing the picture or a beautiful hoy and girl, evidently Holwedol's hi dizn. It was stained with the dead man's blood. On the card was written, evidently in an older , person's hand : . '"Dear PanaV "Some time Vera and I ire .. . 0 iL Put'-in-Bay. Put'-in-Bay. Put'-in-Bay. Put'-in-Bay. Put'-in-Bay. "Stanley." Police Detectives Brooks and Graus, Bandemer and Carmody, Martin and Mltte and Crowe were detailed by Night Detective tnspuc- tnspuc- ! tor '-arklns '-arklns '-arklns to work on the case

Clipped from Detroit Free Press22 Aug 1913, FriPage 1

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)22 Aug 1913, FriPage 1
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