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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - September 2, 1923, Sandusky, Ohio Mussolini Seeking To Adit KILLED BY JAPAN Continue Military Movements to Greece to Reparations For Death jif Italian that it not be regarded an a hostile Ait and advised that should refrain from adding that fleet demand had been The Italian govern menfi strongly question is not one for the league of Nations but concerns only Italy and Greece and affects Italy's The government apparently adopts ah attitude of helplessness it says It Is in the hands of the League of Nations and will whatever the league directs it should fhe Greek government It is prepared to accept in reparations demanded council of Greece has protested to the powers against the on Page 1,) TO NOT EXTEND MILITARY MOVE Indications at Rome Are That Government Has As Par As It WilL IBy Tht Sept. 1-The military movement in the occupation of Corfu has been accomplished and virtually this is aB far as Italian penalties against Greece are to according to Sept. 1-The Near I enl The cry goes up Eastern crisis pivoted today on ln Press and political circles that where the council of j Greece must meet the Italian of Nations hail fortunately mands but there is no intimation a The council j tnat Italy will insist on flurrying went only so far as to adopt resolution moderation the Greek and Italian governments until the council could examine the circumstance of the No belligerent events wore reported the day from although a rumor was current Italians had landed on the Island of but there has an active bombardment of diplomatic statements and arguments from Rome The Italian telegraphed to all the powers and the League of Nations that the Italian occupation Corfu was a provisional one and the Italian minister ln Athens Informed the Greek government ' 1 The Italian Is actively engaged ln military to exact reparations from tiie Greeks for the killing of of the Italian mission in t ' * In addition to the bombardment and seizure of Where 5,000; soldiers aH reported to havo the hare occupied the Islands of and of due Ionian lying to the south orf are moving to strategic points reservists in various cities have to hold themselves for a call to the Greece has case in hands of of but the council of the postponed discussion the the Scandinavian and delegates at Geneva expressed strongly In favor of the League asserting its full prerogatives conferred upon it by the covenant and taking over the settlement of the The Italian government Is opposed to controversy going to of Nation for decision asserting that It Is subject be settled by Italy and Greece LAD DIES IN AUTO SMASH Heads Of New Russian n Federation Qf States OPERATORS TO MEET WORKERS ON WEDNESDAY Suspension of Anthracite Coal Mines to Continue in Tht 1-The conference of operators and which reconvened at 10 o'clock today ' to resume consideration of ' Governor peace settlement adjourned at 11:07 until 2 p. in. next Spokesmen for both sides of the left town Immediately declaring their positions Differences over the governor's for a 10 per cent wage Increase to all anthracite mine workers and over arbitration were Its strongly marked as ever when the governor reassembled his Today's meeting lasted a half but both employers and union leaders were In one room all of the Until when come there will be tempt on either side to arrango that might end the work out to letter Premier Mus There are for the of the Italian but no stand is taken that Italy Is not ready to discuss the It is the feeling that Italy should be firm in refusing to permit interference by other and it is pointed out that France has practically been given a free hand ln the occupation of the Ruhr and the occupation of Corfu by Italy was carried out according to the same namely the payment of f they no at- Sept. a wheel in the anthracite this turned i and with of no mine SWIMS 10 MILES IN CELEBRATING 63RD BIRTHDAY SANTA Anna Vanslike celebrated the 68rd anniversary of her birth hero by swimming 10 miles in the Just beforo finishing tho she a verse of the Spangled to show she was not on leaving the dressed without She in the sea nine hours and SO She came here 12 years ago suffering from to LINERS AT YOKOHAMA Believe Passenger Boats on of SAN Shoots Girt Mother and Youth at Farm Near Ottawa ' j t Tht Sept. 1-A posse of more than 100 men Is combing the woods surrounding territory tonight for a radios of 30 miles in an endeavor to either dead or Charles 40, of who killed three persons late Tho dead Miss Oil viva 10, daughter of William a farmer of near Mrs. William 39; Lawrence 23, a cousin of girL Unrequited love of Miss Is said to been the cause of the The was through the Latest reports from where the posse had surrounded a wood late tonight was to the effect that Shank drove his huggy into a barn at Continental and started on foot for the Miss attempted to evade who pressed his to as soon as he arrived at the farm home this He followed her to a room upstairs and then ran after her into the He shot her as sho cowed before witnesses Lawrence who ran to her was shot through the Mrs. the was shot through the shoulder and as she ran from a front door to escape Raymond 14. hid In a field across tbe from the house and ing After having killed the Shank walked to the barnyard where he had tied his unloosed the animal and drove William was in Ottawa at the time of the Three ranging from one and one-half years to who were playing in the were not SANDUSKY Tokio Is Swept By Fire way escaped be- - Michael Kalinin is president of the new Russian federation of He is known as the peasant In spite of his rise he has never lost his close personal connection ( with the village In which he was Onetime kitchen boy for a Russian he Is now touring the Far Eastern provinces of he receives ovations Nariman a is president of the Republic of one of the republics in the Russian G. president of the Republic of White Is acting as head of the federation while Kalinin is on his G. I. a member of the 1912 to 1914, is president of the Ukraine a member of the MOB KLANSMEN AT INITIATION Mob Breaks Up Meeting of Klan CLOSE PLACES WHERE BAR USED Claim Use of Saloon Fixtures Is Violation of Law in New Prohibition Enforcement Associated Sept A mob of more than 1,000 Two big Sept. 1 - passenger liners plying between San Francisco and far east points are believed to be in the harbor of Yokohama Thoy are the President operated by the Pacific Mall steamship and the Korea operated by the Toyo ported to work workers re- AND GREEKS IN OHIO NOW NUMBER MORE THAN 130,000 Sept. 1.-More than 130,000 persons of Greek or Italian birth in Ohio are watching developments ln their native lands with intense According to John Greek of there are 30,000 native born Greeks in Four in 4,600 in 5,000 in Youngstown and 6,000 in If the Greek government would call all men between 20 and 40, Consul 90 per cent would Nicolai Italian consul estimated that there 9 ESCAPE FROM COUNTY PRISON Convicted Murderer Wins Freedom Through Window Tht Prett ] W. Sept. 1- Nino prisoners escaped from the Jail tonight by filing the bars in one of the The escape discovered when Deputy Sheriff J. V. Hough to lock up the prisoners the Ho found seven committed for minor offenses who had refused ta make the Among those who escaped William under of life Imprisonment for who being detained in the county jail pending an appeal to the state supremo Posses tonight were scouring the eastern Panhandle for the escaped in- 1 broke up an initiation of the Ku Klux on a farm near late last night as a a man and youth are in hospitals here possibly fatally A class of 250 candidates had been Initiated and at the close of the ceremony a was This was apparently a signal to the irt an from which a scattering volley of shots was fired The Klansmen attempted to perse their but rushed off the The Klansmen rallied and again gave battle to their Police and firemen were but too few were available to quell the After several hours of free for all fighting the Klansmen finally of Is an Italian population 50,000 in Cleveland and many more in oth Ohio cities in 000 and 3,000. lib estimated at between 2 - WOMAN'S TORSO IN CASE IN RIVER N. Sept. 1- The of a was found in a suit case floating in tho River here Tyngsboro is a small town tho New Hampshire border on near Postpone Ward Case WHITE N. Sept 1 murder trial of Walter H which had been set for Tuesday today was postponed until Sept. 12 by Supremo Court Justice PAYROLL IS STOLEN Bandits Hold Up Detroit Sept. 1-Two armed bandits today held up Robert president of the Lincoln Manufacturing struck him on the head with revolvers and escaped with The a weekly had Just been withdrawn from a Tho Register 1. A new kind of prohibition which has been employed to close 1,000, places in Pennsylvania counties over the Ohio will probably be tried out In the near future in Ohio It was learned hero The state of Pennsylvania and the federal department of justice have been in tho Pennsylvania A member of state police force and an agent of the department of justice worked together in the scent upon the giving them notice that they must close their doors under tho threat of court The effect of the new method in vogue will be to close every local drinking place which hao the old-time accessories of a such as swinging a beer rows of glasses and Officials at the department of today asserted that the new of the has been applied in a number of western states as well as in Isolated sections In the east. If it succeeds on a large scale in where the drive extends to every one of the 62 It has been stated that it will be applied generally ln Ohio and the other Many ln Pennsylvania who deny the sale j of intoxicating beverages expressed in the las few days that the mere existence of saloon paraphernalia has been used by the state and federal authorities as a basis for action against It was explained at the department of justice today that the mere existence of swinging doors and other well-known sa loon equipment has been con as a violation of the Volstead Act by those who utilize Department officials cite the provision of the Volstead act which prohibits the of intoxicating beverages for and the of It is claimed by the department that the accessories of a come under this If the department extends the new enforcement method to Ohio it is stated that the federal government will co-operate with the state in bringing offenders to A of the United States supreme court held that both the state and federal governments might prosecute a law offender for the same The policy of the has been to permit the state government to prosecute when It appears that such prosecution will be the federal government taking the initiative in other It is assumed that this policy will be followed in Ohio as well as in - CUMBERLAND COURT Sept. 1_a mistrial was declared late today in the case of charged with the murder of the Rev. E. Pierce here last Howard Manaugh Is and Arthur Thorn Badly Hurt Howard 21, of 1017 is ' thur 80, of 2287. Is Good Samaritan with a crushed chest cavity and injuries about tho head which are expected to cause his death and William 19, of is at the hospital suffering from shock and bruises but is not seriously Injured as a result of ait automobile crash on the lower one mile west of Venice at 12:30 a. m. The youths had been at Crystal Rook beach and were returning home when who was lost control and it. crashed into a Iree by the Thorn evidently was ln front seat with the There were no witnesses of the accident and little details could be learned from Lawrence who was the only member of the party who was conscious and he was dazed and said he did not remember anything about how the accident had whose home is in shortly after being taken to the hospital by the Charles J. Andres ambulance which was called and made a hurried trip to the He was employed at the American Crayon He la the nephew of Guy secretary-treasurer of the Sandusky Packing He been staying with his but some time ago moved to 1017 His body was removed to J. Andres - funeral home early this Thorn is the son John on Page 1.) u. TO HELP TOKIO American Red Cross Offers Aid to - Tin Sept. 1- The American Red through John Barton its tonight offered to the Japanese embassy the aid of the organization in rescue work made necessary by the earthquake in Sympathy of the Red Cross Admiral commanding tho was instructed to use all possible speed dispatching the vessels and their commanders to render every aid The fleet id Port and Admiral chief of naval said it was probable that Admiral Anderson had already dispatched a squadron of destroyers to where a naval hospital Is Severe Quakes Many Reported Dead When Buildings Are Tumbled to Ground By Earth Yokohama Also Is Hard Hit I } SAN Sept. 1.-Jokio is buildings of the city have tho water system is the of life Is all traffic has been suspended and the flames are to surrounding according to a message here tonight by the Radio Corporation of ca from the superintendent of the company's station at The radio corporation tendent said he obtained his Information from a morning paper at a large seacoast town about 200 miles north of Tomioka is about 144 miles north of The message readi earthquake Tokio and vicinity at noon Railway station near Tokio and no means to reach Heavy damage in Water destroyed many bif collapsed without break fire in various ' flamM spreading toward Fukagawa and St Rumor afloat that all u. pended throughout Rm goes running all buildings down are department store at 12-story towar at railway station at tha building SANDUSKY GIRL DROWNS WHEN BOATS COLLIDE Miss Virginia Brown Meets Death While On Vacation in Allocated Sept. 1- Miss Virginia Brown of was drowned night when the motor yacht Carosa was run down by another powerboat ln Casco Miss was riding on the deck house of the Carosa and the Impact threw her Into the Her body was found lodged between the blades of the EARTHQUAKES FREQUENT Japan about 1,1(00 earthquakes or an average of four shocks a mow of which are not In a shock la felt oft an average of once a More or less destructive quakes occur in Japan on an average of onoe In every two and a by the Peers Club and the Tokio disastrous accidents have been a number of Tunning to Tokio havine been wrecked during the If also IS reported that a severe tidal wave struck the coast at No damage western of At 8:20 tonight the Radio Corporation of from Its station at announced that 705 persons were reported killed the 12-story tower at Asakusa Many boats sank in a tidal wave in the bay of Sum Moat of the houses at Numazu message In Tokio the Imperial railway station was swept by fire and the Imperial theatre The railway station at Ueno It is rumored the imperial palace is ln WIN A PAIR OF FREE TICKETS 7 pairs will be given away to see With 20 screen stars and 40 A James Cruze One Week Commencing Sept. 9 PLAZA THEATRE WEATHER ' FORECAST FOR Sunday and probably mild 1-Weather for the week beginning Keglon of the Great and showers at generally fair Normal 86 84 11 T Find Ads on the the misspelled words under the classified Correct the spelling and send or mail the results Want Ad Editor of the who will award you a pair of if your answer Is Neatness will be the next determining where more than seven correct answers are Tickets Will Be Mailed Tuesday at 4:00 P. M. Home renters and buyers find the best offerings among the ads ln The Register Want Register ads are road the first thing in the morning and work all day long. ' You can run a Classified Ad tir Tho Register for as as 16c. Phone Your Want Ads to Main 12 Highest temperature yesterday On same date last Lowest temperature yesterday On same date last Precipitation yesterday On same last 8 a rises today un sets today Observations taken at 8 p. m. 5iM Wind and Weather 3tation. Abilene W. 82 6 80 7 88 7, Miles 90 88 10 96 70 84 D8 St 74 70 S L 80 58 80 60 72 54 S 7G GO W. 86 60 Med 84 00 PENNSY TO GET INCREASED PAY Maintenance of Way Department Workmen Will Got Effective Sept. 16. Sept 1-Pay increases of and a month for foremen and assistants and inspectors in the maintenance Of way department of the Pennsylvania Railroad have been effective Sept. 16, according to information received today at the railroad labor Track will receive an Increase of a and bridge and building department foremen and assistant foremen and inspectors of the bridge and building will receive an advance of The increase aggregates annually and will affect 3,594 Sept. 1-Upon his return from a two months trip to Europe Bishop landed ln New York The reports from Suruga and Numazu indicate the earthquake was Suruga Is 81 miles southwest of Numazu is 84 miles from In the on Page CoL SANDUSKY HAS NO RESERVES OF HARD GOAL If Strike Lasts Until Gold Weather Many Here Will Say While leaders of the anthracite operators and miners were conferring ln an effort to reach an ln * the coal disagreement which resulted ln a suspension of operations throughout fields In the eastern part of the United Sandusky Saturday was confronted with absolute lack of reserve stock of anthracite and with little hope of securing Practically no coal dealers in the city have hard coal on Some have small shipments on the way but this amount will fall far short of filling dealers Only one dealer reported Saturday that he would be able to supply his No others were so optimistic Few residents are facing the winter with supply of hard on according to There has been difficulty for the last few years in securing a JDf t I sufficient supply of of and the supply last year was even 0f'less. so that consumere were ablo to get through only by conserving Shortage has been experienced early and talk of a strike has both accentuated the on Page CoU KLAN HOLDS MEET Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V. Brown and their two Virginia and Helen went to recently for a short visit with Mr. Brown who live near that They in tended coming back to Sandusky Virginia waB a member of the Sandusky high school and was well known among the younger set All knew her for sunny disposition and her passing will be a shock to her host of friends ln this She was the pioneer girl debater of high be lng the first girl to achieve the honor of a place on the debating The coming year was to have been her senior year Besides debating she was interested in many other activities in high and had made a large circle of Relatives here had in formed of the death of the girl Saturday evening and nothing be learned of the plans of the It is expected that the body will he for The Brown family lives at 613 W. FRANK IS FOUND DEAD Police Believe Former Bigj League Catcher N. 1 - Erank former bl gue found today % n his skull mer big in a I lodging house witt tonight expressed the belief that the circumstances pointed to Three men were taken to the station and retired from baseball 15 years Acquaintances said he caught for the New York word Ground Scene with a construction The polios believe he fell tlm to thugs who saw him what they to be a larg sum of large BELIEVE LEAGUE OF NATIONS PAGES TEST OP ITS WORTH AS ORGANIZATION TO AVERT WAR 14 10 0 0 0 X 0 0 0 0 TU as to whether the is really before the League of Nations is causing much discussion tonight among the here for the is some disappointment that the council did not take a more definite stand this afternoon with respect to the situation than merely postponing discussion of the matter next Tuesday and expressing the hope that the two countries would commit no acts of a nature to aggravate the On the other hand there aro many delegates who hold that league council as an body acted wisely ln consenting to a brief In any case there is considerable uncertainty us the council's action ln no The wise commits to delegates generally are of the opinion that the moment for the League has arrived and that the supreme teat of Its in preserving peace Is by the Greek submitting the controversy to the League s The attitude of the Italian members or the la much commented It is noted that WhUe the discussion went on -in friendly tone and that caped an litis and Signor Greek are and Italian delegates the shook hands cordially after the council Italy has not accepted the jurisdiction of the council real Issue will come up only after Signor Salandrea has heard from Rome and the council is Informed of what la. Big O- Sept. 1-The largest gathering of members of the Ku Klan ever in gathered in Chippewa Lake grounds today and Park estimated number at several were made and tlon of both men and woman part of the day's ' Strikes Three Children on Killing Sept. 1-Mildred 8, was killed and Ajm 3. and Marie 6, Werf probably fatally injured as automobile ran onto the walk in Price Hill and struck The car sped on an iron but the said to be a prominent eaV d walked Police ng a diligent for the Auto Toll Is Three 1-Two boys and a - man were killed in automobile here These bring
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