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   Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - September 2, 1923, Sandusky, Ohio                                Mussolini Seeking To Adit KILLED BY EARTHQLJAKElN JAPAN Continue Military Movements to Fo^e Greece to P&jr Reparations For Death jif Italian Commissioners.     "    ;      '" that it shitAdk; not be regarded an a hostile Ait and advised that ;Greece should : refrain from be)-' Hgere'Hoy, adding that the.Italian fleet wodid jjeavewhertltaly's demand had been compjiedswtth,. � The Italian govern menfi ^asserts strongly that;the question is not one for the league of Nations but concerns only Italy and Greece and affects Italy's honor. The Greek, government apparently adopts ah attitude of helplessness it says It Is in the hands of the League of Nations and will do1 whatever the league directs it should do. fhe Greek government alsa.says It is prepared to accept in ad"vance..any reparations demanded by/the council of ambassadors. Greece has protested to the powers against the borpbardm'eht (Continued on Page Two*Col. 1,) BELIEVElTALY TO NOT EXTEND MILITARY MOVE Indications at Rome Are That Government Has (lone As Par As It WilL IBy Tht Astociated Preit) ROME, 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 like-ly to proceed, according to pres-LOXDON, Sept. 1-The Near I enl indications. The cry goes up Eastern crisis pivoted today on ! ln Press and political circles that Geneva, where the council of the. j Greece must meet the Italian de-League of Nations hail fortunately mands but there is no intimation irranged a meeting.   The council j tnat Italy will insist on flurrying went only so far as to adopt a'""*       ,v"* ^----�� resolution urglni; moderation up-�n the Greek and Italian governments until the council could examine the circumstance of the case. No belligerent events wore reported durjng the day from rell-Itble sources, although a rumor was current that' Italians had landed on the Island of Sanios, but there has b6en an active bombardment of diplomatic statements and arguments from Rome fcnrt'Athens. The Italian premier, Mussolini, telegraphed to all the powers and the League of Nations that the Italian occupation *nt Corfu was a provisional one and the Italian minister ln Athens Informed   the   Greek   government ' . IS* rW^Mlglei Pttnl 1 The Italian Rwernmnnt Is actively engaged ln military ihovemeaiuT to exact reparations from tiie Greeks for the killing of the'members of the Italian ilellnvltatlort mission in Greece. t , ' * In addition to the bombardment and seizure of   Corfu, Where 5,000; Italian,   soldiers aH reported to   havo   been. landed, the ItaUums hare occupied the Islands of Paxos and Antlpaxos, of due Ionian group, lying to the south orf Corfu; Italian'warshlps   are moving to   strategic   points antl* Italian- reservists in various cities have Ijceu ordere^f to hold themselves in'readiness for a call to the colors. Greece has .placed her- case in 'he hands of the,'League of Na-)ior)i but   the   council   of   the {eague^has postponed discussion >f the auestion^untll   Tuesday. IfafiirWhile the Scandinavian and Vriglo-Saxon delegates at Geneva lave; expressed themselves- strongly In favor of the League asserting its full prerogatives conferred upon it by the covenant and taking over the settlement of the ;onlroversy. The Italian government Is opposed to the' controversy going to (be league" of Nation for decision asserting that It Is subject �,o be settled by Italy and Greece ihemselves. 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 Meantime. [fly Tht /Wtocia'erf JVcm] HARIUSBURG, Ta., Sopt. 1-The conference of anth-i-aclte operators and miners' representatives, which reconvened at 10 o'clock today ' to resume consideration of ' Governor IHnchot's peace settlement plans, adjourned at 11:07 until 2 p. in. next Wednesday. Spokesmen for both sides of the sontroversy left town Immediately after, declaring their positions unchanged. Differences over the governor's proposal" 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 conference. Today's meeting lasted Bcarcely a half hour, but both employers and union leaders were In one room all of the period. Until Wednesday. when come back, there will be tempt on either side to arrango flealings that might end the work suspension. out to the" letter Premier Mus solinl's ultimatum. There are demands"" for the fulfillment- of the Italian terms, but no stand is taken that Italy Is not ready to discuss the question. It is the unantmous feeling that Italy should be firm in refusing to permit interference by other powers, 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 principle, namely .for the payment of reparations. f ... .    -:-:-> they no at- WLKESBABRE, Pa., Sept. l_f "-Not a wheel in the anthracite Lr?�H-tryJn this ^'strict   turned ?o vinte^ht ^� prodyce coa> i        mters need, and with th= JgyP of the' mamten* �*"sef_ men, no mine SWIMS 10 MILES IN CELEBRATING 63RD BIRTHDAY SANTA MONICA, Cai., Sept-1-Mrs. Anna Vanslike celebrated the 68rd anniversary of her birth hero by swimming 10 miles in the ocean. Just beforo finishing tho swim, she w>ig a verse of the "Star Spangled Banner" to show she was not exhausted, and, on leaving the water, dressed without assistance. She -was in the sea nine hours and SO minutes. She came here 12 years ago suffering   from   tuberculosis, ^according to physicians. LINERS AT YOKOHAMA Believe Passenger Boats on Jlar-bor nt*Secne of Quake. SAN FRANCISCO.    " Shoots Girt Mother and Youth at Farm Hdme Near Ottawa ; ' j t t*y Tht Auotiated Prtttl . OTTAWA, O., Sept. 1-A posse of more than 100 men Is combing the woods ami' surrounding territory tonight for a radios of 30 miles in an endeavor to capture, either dead or ajive, Charles Shank, 40, of KaUda, who killed three persons late today. Tho dead are: Miss Oil viva Tennewalde, 10, daughter of William Tcnnewalde, a farmer of near Kallda; Mrs. William Tennowalde, 39; Lawrence Tcnnewalde, 23, a cousin of tlio girL Unrequited   love   of   Miss Tennewalde Is said to "have' been the cause of the shooting. The 'girl was ..shot through the heart. Latest reports from Continental, 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 river. Miss Tcnnewalde attempted to evade Shank, who pressed his suit, "according to witnesses, as soon as he arrived at the farm home this afternoon. He followed her to a room upstairs and then ran after her into the kitchen. He shot her as sho cowed before him, witnesses said. Lawrence Tennewalde, who ran to her assistance, was shot through the heart. Mrs. Tennewalde, the mother, was shot through the shoulder and heart, as she ran from a front door to escape Shank. Raymond Tennewalde, 14.  hid In a =clover field across tbe from the house and ing killed. After having killed the trio, Shank walked to the barnyard where he had tied his horse, unloosed the animal and drove away. William Tennewalde was in Ottawa at the time of the shooting. Three children, ranging from one and one-half years to seven, who were playing in the barnyard, were not molested. SANDUSKY Tokio Is Swept By Fire way escaped be- &e%xfi - AG.QrWrv*ya&yt/-$ iT.^rutaiU/j -------^--'--....._csCJ^A Michael Kalinin is president of the new Russian federation of states. He is known as the peasant president. In spite of his rise he has never lost his close personal connection ( with the village In which he was born. Onetime kitchen boy for a Russian baroness, he Is now touring the Far Eastern provinces of Russia, -where he receives ovations everywhere. Nariman Narimanov, a Tartar, is president of the Republic of Transcaucasia, one of the republics in the Russian Federation. A: G. Cherviyakov, president of the Republic of White Russia, Is acting as head of the federation while Kalinin is on his tour. G. I. I*Jtrovsky, .. a . member of the Dutna"from 1912 to 1914, is president of the Ukraine Republic, a member of the federation. MOB KLANSMEN AT INITIATION  Wilmington, Del., Mob Breaks Up Meeting of Klan CLOSE PLACES WHERE BAR USED Claim Use of Saloon Fixtures Is Violation of Law in New Prohibition Enforcement Scheme. IBrThe Associated Prcu] WILMINGTON, Del., 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 today. Thoy are the President Pierce, operated by the Pacific Mall steamship company, and the Korea Maru, operated Klsen Kaisha. by the Toyo ported to work workers today. re- AND GREEKS IN OHIO NOW NUMBER MORE THAN 130,000 c|fjb VELAND, Sept. 1.-More than 130,000 persons of Greek or Italian birth in Ohio are watching developments ln their native lands with intense interest. According to John T>. Drltsas, Greek oonsul of Ohio, there are 30,000 native born Greeks in Ohio. Four tfiousand -live in Cleveland, 4,600 in Akron, 5,000 in Youngstown and 6,000 in Canton. If the Greek government would call all men between 20 and 40, Consul Drltsas said, 90 per cent would  respond. Nicolai Carrl, Italian consul -general, estimated that there 9 ESCAPE FROM COUNTY PRISON Convicted   Murderer   Wins Freedom Through Window {By Tht Auociated Prett ] WELLSBURG, W. Va., Sept. 1- Nino prisoners escaped from the Brooke-co Jail tonight by filing the bars in one of the windows. The escape was* discovered when Deputy Sheriff J. V. Hough went- to lock up the prisoners ^for the night. Ho found seven men, committed for minor offenses who had refused ta make the break. Among those who escaped .was William Peters, under sentence, of life Imprisonment for murder, who being detained in the county jail pending an appeal to the state supremo court.; Posses tonight were scouring the eastern Panhandle for the escaped prisoners. in- 1 _____     ___^men broke up an initiation of the Ku Klux Klan, on a farm near Newcastle, Del., late last night and, as a result, a man and a-17-year-old youth are in hospitals here today, possibly fatally jured. A class of 250 candidates had been Initiated and at the close of the ceremony a "fiery cross' was lighted. This was apparently a signal to the mob, irt an ad-Joining field, from which a scattering volley of shots was fired The Klansmen attempted to perse their assailants,. but rushed off the field. The Klansmen rallied and again gave battle to their attackers. Police and firemen were called, but too few were available to quell the disorders. After several hours of free for all fighting the Klansmen finally retreated. dis-were of Is an Italian population a� 50,000 in Cleveland and many more in oth Ohio cities vlsts in 000 and 3,000. lib estimated ruser-Cleveland at between 2 - FJND WOMAN'S TORSO IN CASE IN RIVER " TYNGSBORO, N. H., Sept. 1- The "torso of a -woman was found in a suit case floating in tho Mer-rlmac River here today. Tyngsboro is a small town tho New Hampshire border Lowell, Maes, on near Postpone Ward Case WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., Sept 1 --The murder trial of Walter H Ward, which had been set for Tuesday today was postponed until Sept. 12 by Supremo Court Justice Wagner, PAYROLL IS STOLEN Bandits Hold Up President. Detroit Company. DETROIT, Mich.. Sept. 1-Two armed bandits today held up Robert Asplnwall, president of the Lincoln Manufacturing Company, struck him on the head with revolvers and escaped with $1,800. The money, a weekly payroll, had Just been withdrawn from a bank. Tho Register Bureau, WASHINGTON, Sept, 1. A new kind of prohibition enforcement, which has jnst been employed to close 1,000, � drhUcing places in Pennsylvania counties over the Ohio border, will probably be tried out In the near future in Ohio It was learned hero today. The state of Pennsylvania and the federal department of justice have been co-opor-ating in tho Pennsylvania raids. A member of tlio state police force and an agent of the department of justice worked together in the do-* scent upon the bars, giving them notice that they must close their doors under tho threat of court action. The effect of the new method in vogue will be to close every local drinking place which hao the old-time accessories of a saloon, such as swinging doors, a bar, beer pumps,, rows of glasses and refrigerators. Officials at the department of justice, today asserted that the new method' of "drying up" the "wet" spots' has been succesfully applied in a number of western states as well as in Isolated sections In the east. If it succeeds on a large scale in Pennsylvania, where the drive extends to every one of the 62 counties. It has been stated that it will be applied generally ln Ohio and the other states. . Many .    drink-dispensers      ln Pennsylvania  who deny the sale j of  intoxicating  beverages   hav< expressed amazemenf 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 them. It was explained at the department of justice today that the mere existence of bars, swinging doors and other well-known sa loon equipment has been con strue ,,r~� r^,^itT�.~tiUo.""y�i* Kaath of and the supply last year was even �?}!?� tIJv,eftl8ra-tln.g th* 0f'less. so that consumere were ablo to get through only by conserving fuel. Shortage has been experienced slnoe early spring, and talk of a strike has both accentuated the (Continued on Page Two, CoU KLAN HOLDS MEET Mr. and Mrs. Arthur V. Brown and their two daughters, Virginia R, and Helen D,, went to Portland, Me., recently for a short visit with relatives'of Mr. Brown who live near that city. They in tended coming back to Sandusky soon. Virginia waB a member of the Sandusky high school and was well known among the younger set here. All knew her for h*r sunny disposition and her passing will be a shock to her host of friends ln this city. She was the pioneer girl debater of th�'Sandusky high school, be lng the first girl to achieve the honor of a place on the debating team. The coming year was to have been her senior year here. Besides debating she was interested in many other activities in high sohool and had made a large circle of friends. Relatives here had naf^been in formed of the death of the girl Saturday evening and nothing oould be learned of the plans of the parents.. It is expected that the body will he brought'here for burial. The Brown family lives at 613 W. Washlngton-st. FRANK M'MANUS IS FOUND DEAD Police Believe Former Bigj League Catcher Murdered., [By TI10 Anooiateit Pr.il] SYRACUSE, N. Y, Se; 1 - Erank McManus, former bl gue catoher, found today % n his skull frao-1 mer big lea-today in   a I lodging house witt        .    ------ tured, tonight expressed the belief that the circumstances pointed to murder. Three men were taken to the station and questioned. MoManus retired from baseball 15 years ago*. Acquaintances said he caught for the New York clX.^S^C'ffi   word C^p^wa I^e Ground Scene o� with a construction gang. The polios believe he fell yi, tlm to thugs who saw him wltJ what they .believed to be a larg sum of money, large BELIEVE LEAGUE OF NATIONS PAGES TEST OP ITS WORTH AS ORGANIZATION TO AVERT WAR 14 10 .0. .10 0 -.02 0 .02 0 X 0 0 0 0 tS� TU AuootaM PrtU\   **" GENEVA, Sept.l.-rUncertalnty as to whether the Greco-Italian confllot is really offloially before the League of Nations is causing much discussion tonight among the delogates here for the assembly. Thftre 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 UnttJ next Tuesday and expressing the hope that the two countries would commit no acts of a nature to aggravate the situation. On the other hand there aro many delegates who hold that the1 league council as an exooutive body acted wisely ln consenting to a brief adjournment. In any case there is considerable uncertainty us the council's action ln no Uoh. The wise commits     to intreVen-1 delegates generally are of the opinion that the orltical moment for the League has arrived and that the supreme teat of Its erficaoy in preserving peace Is furnished' by the Greek appeal, submitting the controversy to the League s aeclsion. The  attitude  of  the  Italian members or the counoll la much commented Ubon.    It   is   noted that WhUe the discussion went on      -; -in friendly tone and that M, Po- caped an litis and Signor Salandrea, Greek are ma^i and Italian delegates respectively, the man. shook hands cordially after   the council meeting.   Italy has not accepted the jurisdiction of the council and.the real   Issue   will come up only after Signor Salandrea has heard from Rome and the council is Informed of what tta.lv"a dantaion la. Big Gathering. MEDINA; O- Sept. 1-The largest gathering of members of the Ku Klvuc Klan ever in thu* vloinlty gathered in Chippewa Lake grounds today and tonlghL Park offiolals estimated th* number at several thousand* SpaeohM were made and inltia� tlon of both men and woman wa# part of the day's program. AUTOISTJSCAPES ' Strikes Three Children on Sftdi*> walk. Killing Idttle Girl. CINCINNATI, Sept. 1-Mildred Newmann, 8, was killed and Ajm ma, 3. and Marie "Bolte, 6, Werf probably fatally injured whe|t as automobile ran onto the sldM walk in Price Hill and struck them. The car sped on hitting; an iron pole, but the driver, said to be a prominent citizen, eaV d walked away. Police ng a diligent .search for the man. Auto Toll Is Three CLEVELAND. Sept, 1-Two five-year-old boys and a - man were killed in automobile acct-dents here today.   These bring   

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