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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER WAR CENTER SHIFTS TO SOUTHERN SULTAN MAHOMET AND KING VICTOR PREPARE TO FLY AT EACH OTHERS' THROATS Fire Discovered on La Patrie Following Disaster Which Destroyed Liberte. RIGID INVESTIGATION .WILL BE CONDUCTED Total Number of Men and Of- ficers Killed in Explosion Now Numbers st a PLATES BENT INWARD. _____ Sept. was tleship Maine was destroyed by an external explosion. The cof- ferdam surrounding'the wreck has been cleared of giving a perfect view of the or what is left of and now for tfie first t'me is the double bot- torn with part of the keel forced up Into a perpendicular 28 feet hitfier thaji the balance of the keel. the explosion been from both the keel and platform deck would have been blown downward and out- ward. It is the belief that a huge loaded with was used to blow up' the Maine. .i t Sept. 'the destruction of the battleship Li- herte been the result_ol_a_ plot to destroy _the entire navy is a suspicion .ground among officers today. Many myster- ious fires and accidents to ships in dry docks have occurred. Officials in- timate a most rigid investigation necessary. A fire .was discovered on the La Table Isst night near the powder magazines. They were flood- ed and the fire extinguished. The number of dead from the Liberte dis- _ Victor Emanuel Sept. Germany Prance and that have removed the chips from their shoulders and1 the Moroccan tangle is to be settled ami- the war center of the eastern hemisphere has shifted to southern Europe. King Victor Emanuel of Italy has grown suddenly belligerent over the situation in across the Medit- ester is now placed by the minister of marine at 204 and the wounded at 184. A number of Paris newspapers to- day declared that there is reason to teiieve that the destruction of the bat- tleship Liberte was the result of a plot. belief on the. ggtft-ih'at-'ia'ere has expUuun of the fire that nearly destroyed the battleship La Patrie last night end which was only extinguished af- ter all of the bunkers and ammunition magazines had been flooded. Officials of the according to the local insist that the flre could iardly have been of spontaneous com- bustion origin Gaulois says that the fire in the Liberts started in a coal hold which was accessible to the en- tire ciew. Five sailors were taken from the Liberte's forward turret today unin- jured. from every ship in the harbor were working on the wreckage of the Liberte today to rescue members of the crew known to be alive in the debris. A repair ship is anchored alongside but the work is necessarily slow because of the danger erf dislodging some of the huge plates and crushing the victims. Officers now say they believe the fire started In the oil room and not in the powder magazines. Tempoiary hospitals have been established along the water Many of the dead are So man- gled that recognition is impossible. Persons behind the world peace movement have seized upon the ex- plosion aboard the Liberte to press forward the appeal for disarmament on the part of all nations. In that part of the vessel not sub- merged rescuers found an infernal eight. Through a hole in the armor portions of contorted and piled could be all of them seared and charred. One erranean on the coast of Africa. Italy has sought to set up a protectorate over which is under the sov- ereignty of and much to his surprise he has been met with very active opposition from Sultan Mahom- et V. Turkey has shown and to all outward appearances willing to jback up its demands with its army 'and is first exhausting every means of getting what it wants with- out bloodshed. If the sultan con- tinues to stand the Italian king's intention is to dispatch a fleet to Tripoli and shell the capital into ac- quiesence with his and to rush an army across the Adriatic Into Tur- to block the Turkish coast facing Italy and to guard Italians and Italian interests in Sjria and Arabia. Attorney Wickersham Says Government Will In- Then Act. NEW Sept. General Wickersham after a confer- ence with United States circuit gave out a statement Monday night- regarding the probable prose- cution of the United States steel cor- poration in which he said the gov- ernment was not inaugurating a cam- paign against the business interests of ihe country. He s purpose .and of the de- -partmeirt of justice with respect Eo the enforcement the Sherman law against large combinations which are formed or exist in undue restraint of interstate or which are at- tempting has been declar ed a number of times by the presi- dent and the attorney .general. The carrying out of the purpose requires a careful investigation-of every one of the combinations whose composi- tion and control of the particular bus- iness in which it is engaged would give rise to a presumption that it was existing or acting in contravention of the anti-trust law. should go without saying that a great complex combination of cor- porations under a centralized dominating the tfade of the country in an important would not escape the careful study and consid- eration of the department. Whether or not that examination would result in a proceeding to compel a disinte- gration the combination into a number of separate disconnected parts could not be determined until such study and examination is completed. Each VEATHERj The kindest heart- ed woman I ever knowed of was one that gave her lit- tle bsy chloroform before him. she licked OCO.ER. case stands on its own footing and depends upon its own particular facts A conclusion on the part of the de- partment to bring suit against a par- ticular combination would not of course prevent it from disputing the goverriment's contention and defend- ing the suit. if in anticipation of action by the those in control of such a combination should work out a plan of separation to avoid illegal the de- partment would necessarily give very in another part of the battle- careful consideratioil to tte plan so had his foot held by a mass of sfeel weighing tons. After three -tours vain effort to lift the a surgeon amputated The man then was sent to a hospital and prob- ably will recover. One of the a warrant of- who come out of the hurricane of flie with only a slight cut on the telling of the On Page as to avoid hostile if possi- ble. cannot be tod positively stated that the department is not inaugu- raing a campaign against the busi ness Interests of the country or an indiscriminate attack on all large prosperous concerns. On the con- the care and caution with which the'law officers of the govern- ment are proceeding to the examina- tion of each case should be a guaran- tee to the country that the department is proposing to enforce the law with care not to unnecessarily injure BOY TELLS OF KIDNAPING Physicians Decide-to Save. Kis Life That He Must Have Peace of Mind. ROUE. Sept. 26.--In order to save the pope's life his physicians today de- cided to set aside traditions that have surrounded the church for centuries and from now ou the of His Holiness will live within the walls of the Vatican. While free to go and come they will abandon their ordin- ary vocations and can daily meet and telfc with the pope to keep his mind from wandering back to his native Venice. Two of the pope's sisters and a brother will come to the Vatican. sisters of the being members of a close religious hjai without special dis- pensation which he will not grant A eixth wife of a tavern 1 to make frequent trips to the Vatican The poke's health so far as constitutional difficulties are' is but physicians feel hHi.- peace of mind1 must be assured. Thpv to soon have.him entirely out of danger. Youth- Says He Was Taken From Home By Man and Woman to Sept was kid- naped from my home. 80 Lexington four weeks ago by a man and a woman dressed in j man's was the startling j statement made by Clarence j eight years to police officers who picked him up near the East Side I Railroad yards. f- was standing in front of the I house in the evening when the two came across the lot near my home J and took me with them. We went j to Cleveland and from there to Tole- do. They took me to a shanty and then deserted j The was turned over tp the Juvenile Home pending an investiga-i I tion. An aunt living in East Toledo j called at the requesting pos- j session of the boy. Fair and cooler Wednesday fair. Temperature at seven a. one year 62. Sun Wednesday at a. m. and sets at p. m. Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon twelve miles north at three o'clock Elyria Millionaire's Daughter Wooed and Won By Italian in Her Father's Plant. BeliefTsTEhtertained That Pres- idents of Unions Can No Longer Control the Men. Sept. hundred members of the Il- linois Central system went on strike today following the action of the clerks. Armefl guards are pa- troling railroad property. The rail- road refuses to accept freight and ev- erything is tied up. Only the Beginning. strike of the l.oOO shopmen'ofthTTflliriois Cen- tral at is believed by labor leaders here to be the begin- ning of the strike of the system fed- eration including all craft unions. President Kline said the union presi- dents could no longer hold the men as they demand recognition of the system alliance. JKline said men were striking throughout the Illinois system. Sept. was expressed here today when it became known that Emanuel La an Italian employed the factory of the Garford Automobile company and Louise Ely daughter of A. L. millionaire and will be married tomorrow. La Vagino Report is Denied. NEW Sept. the Har- riman offices today it was stated that rumors current in Wall sheet that Judge Lovett intended retiring as head of the various lines and that Ju- lius Kruttschnitt was to be elected president in his was untrue. Judge Lovett will remain as presi- it is although a number of executive changes are contemplated. met Miss Garford two years ago in the west. He followed her here and obtained employment in the drafting department her father's automobile factory. Sept. Patrick a Boston liquor HOLD FIRST PRIMARIES Republican Independents of Massa- chusetts Mav Win Out Orer the Machine. Sept. first Mas- .sachusetts primaries were held today with a heavy vote coming out. Repre- sentative Noiman White and Speaker Joseph Walker TV ere believed to be leading in the republican jace for the and Frank Downes also of.gubernatorial nomination ovei the were killed here. The men I machine candidates. Governor Foss were with their wives when the auto'wil toe renominated '3y ithe demo- collided with a tree. Jcrats. BROTHERS HELD FOR'DYNAMITINC 'ASK NEW POSTPONEMENT OF THEIR TRIAL September sign Charles E. commanding the little gunboat was kill- ed by hostile natives at the Yacans which formed part of the Philippines archipelago. Unless the court grants a further postponement for which their coun- sel has asked the trial of John J. McNamara and B. broth- ers accused of murder in connection with the dynamiting of the Los An- gles Times newspaper begin October 11. The photograph shows them in the corridor of the Los Angeles county Jail. J. J. McNamara was re-elected by acclamation secretary of the Inter- national Association of Structural Bridge and Iron Workers in conven- tion at Monday. A gold badge was voted to McNamara. LAST EDITION SUCCEEDS SLAIN RUSSIAN PREMIER NUMBER Italian Warship and Two Cruis- ers Are Seen at Malta on Way to Tripoli. ARMIES MOBILIZED IN READINESS FOR FRAY Germany May Interfere in the interest of Peace While Oth- er Countries Look Sept. Italian bat- tleship passed here Monday and two II. Russian minister of has assumed the premiership made vacant by the as- sassination of M. according Sugar and Flour Show Strong- est Soaring Thanks to Tariff. ESTIMATES SHOW BIG SHORTAGES OF CROPS Local Conditions Good But World Is Not So Fortun- It Fire Marshal Smith Finds Sus- picious Circumstances in Huron Store Blaze. Italian cruisers sighted steam- Ito advices from St. ing toward Tripoli. Italians and other Europeans continue to arrive fiom Tripoli. Steamers have been especial- ly engaged t6 expedite the exodus. Italy Getting Ready. PARIS. Sept. it was learned that reports of an Italian in- vasion of Tripoli were a war with Turkey is regarded as inevita- ble. All of except a section ot the demands the speedy oc- cupation of Tripoli. The socialists ar- gued that Italy is not sufficiently pre- pared to stand the heavy expenses re- quired to enter colonial competition. Meanwhile Italian government is taking advantage of the present opportunity to experiment in the paitial mobilization of- troops The entire fleet is ready for includ- ing the smallest and the oldest the coast fortifications have been strengthened and sixty steam- ers have been chartered for the transport of 35.000 war dirigibles and Red Cross workers. JThe contingent of soldiers kept ia service after their time had with the reserve called brings the standing army to above normal. The troops intended for Tripoli are centered chiefly in the Sicily and Taranto The expeditionary torce in addition to the includes four batter- ies of mountain which proved effective durifig the war in Abyssinia. it is will not in- terfere in any way with while Great Britain would also be an inter- ested spectator. Germany would be most seriously as she would be in the position of having to choose between two irreconcilable friends on a matter which is the direct result of her Moroccan enterprise and which will neutralize entirely the naval ad- vantage which she expected from a careful nursing of the recon- ciliation of the Turks and the Aus- trians and the encoui agement of Turkish and Austrian naval ambition. is likely to at- tempt a settlement. It is that the Turks could be held back. For them to baqk down would bring about fmther internal troubles in while on the other for them to go to war would mean an opportunity for which Special to the Star-Journal. Sept. Testimony before Deputy Fire Marshal L. H. taken here all day and investigations made at the same time by that according to his state- ments Tuesday showed that the floor of Grassnigg Bros.' grocery store at this where fire occurred Thursday had been literally saturated with coal oil before the blaze occurred. testimony proved that the fire raged the fiercest at the rery spot where the coal oil had been said the fire marshal. The latter has in his possession some of the combust- ible liquid taken off the floor which the fire did not and will keep pending further developments. f the Grassnigg less than worth on hand at the memoers of they had of stock time of the the property- was in- sured for the credit of the owners was bad aud they were -deep in according to the statements of Fire Mafshal Smith. He says that he will conduct another investigation before determining his course of action in the matter. SHOWS BEDS OF MORMONS Is Excited Over Photographs Taken In Prophet's Bedroom Offered for Sale. SALT LAKE Sept. has just developed that the tempest which has rocked the Mormon church from states have long been On the temple to the mission in Liverpool the the onttooK is- aam. .over the attempt to seirto the Mor- The Italian government has issued I mon church photographs of the inter- another warning to the threat- ening the severebt measuies under the penal code against journalists and ior of the Mormon surrepti- tiously was caused chiefly by one picture of the bedioom of the corespondents who give- publicity to-Vrjphet of the church. President Jos- informktion concerning the movements eph F. which show's four beds of the army and navy. ranged around the one of them larger than the rest and -covered with a velvet canopy. Through the susceptibility of a Ger- i man servant girl in the the Prisoner Sentenced to Six Months for prophet's to the flatteries of HIGH HERE'S WHY. 5. Corn crop shortage will reach bushels. Potato crop shortage runs to bushels. European sugar crop total fait- ure. Hay crop short tons. Wheat prices boosted owing to failure of reciprocity to pass. Increased cost of feeding cattle and other meat-producing ani- mals will raise price of meats and dairy products. 1 Short crops wiH eliminate cheap canned goods. Erie county crops for the jmost have bountiful gen- shortage in many lines out the coupled with the fail- use to bring about a reduction of hish tariff will send prices soaring this dealers declare. In the effect is already being felt liere. Whilefruit has been reason- able in sugar is still advancing and is likely to go to ten cents a pound. Potatoes are now more rea- sonable in price but dealers expect aa advance. Flour is also showing an upward tendancy again. When Canadian rec- iprocity seemed a few months wheat prices commenced to drop and flour went down as a re- sult. Xow the old level is being re- covered. While meats show a tem- porary slump in due to plen- tiful supplies in this an sfd- a questioa ot time-. eggs are also'begianfiis to advance in price. High food price conditions are more serious in European countries where riots and disorder have occur- women leading la attacks upon markets and shops. Boyd F. former Sandusky and a 'son at Squirft of who is editor of a ana vfh9 is now- traveling in after studying the French food said the other according to -an is just a foretaste of what we may expect in We take this thing home to ourselves. It hits us just where we Gurley has long been waging wr upon monopolies and special interests and has been highly successful w5tk his paper in which he found- ed and put upon a paying basis. Telegraphic reports Tuesday from various cities in the United States in- dicated a gradual advance in the prices of most necessities. has the advance been so decided as REMAINS IN JAIL TWO YEARS Contempt of is Forgot- ten. the German photographer was this picture of the room obtained. The picture was taken by the same photographer. Gilbert L. the who invaded the temple with a camera. TRY TO PROVE IDENTITY George A. Kimmel Will Tudergo animation to See if He Is Per- fectly Sane. THE PROPER TIME. Sept. Macca was sentenced to three months ia the county jail for contempt of j That was two years ago. At the ex-' piration of the sentence he received l another three months sentence and Tne afternoon paper brings then his case apparently was forgot- your advertisements to the notice ten. of the people after the stress of He was 'found occupying a cell in the day is the routine the county still serving his of worry and weariness has been apparently not knowing why he' and welcome relaxation was there and making no effort minds and hands has come. get out. Macca was sentenced for' To try to interest a person in contempt when he said he was unable j your proposition BEFORE THIS to pay his divorced wife all- routine is ended is foolish. Yotf mony. might as well try to argue poli- A writ of habeas corpus was filed tics with a man who is running to in the superior court asking for the a train. release of Macca. MILES. Sept. to reports today the man cljuraiag to be George A who has kept Niles in a turmoil for more than a week will go to Chicago soon and sub- mit to an examination by a specialist for mental disorders. This is expect- ied to be a final -test the man's identity. If he no signs of dis- order he will like'y Kimmet his mother and others. 0.. Sentemoer by a Cleveland. Akron Cincinnati freight in Metz. Frank Cujahoga was killed. ERIE COUNTY FARMERS AWARDED BIG PRIZES Total premium awards in the poultry and farm products de- partments of the recent Erie county fair were announced Tuesday by Sec- retary Zerbe. Charles of this with his poultry received the largest total of but several others close to this figure. The awards Walter Ed. Clyde. 50. Alfred Meggitt. Carl Ries. Jacob CastaHa. H. W. Otto. Perkins. John Horn. Huron. Win. Perkins. J. W. Horn. a. E. Groton. H. Milan. Fred J. A. Jones. W. H. P. H. A. L. Gildermeister. Groton. S. B. King. Sand Hill. Jos. Linx. Sandusky. J. J. Creo'lius. C. Huron. Geo Boos. Huron. 00. D. Bogart. 00. John Heyman. Ed Hugo jr. Pine Tree A. SlftOO A. 00. J. Creceiius. Clara John Litz. Venice. Jay Castalia. S. H. Castalia. H. B. Bristol. 00. Chas. Cramer. F. J. Thos Murray. John Scheid. Perkins. Ed. Kahler. Huron. L3oyd Henry Keileys EHM East Ohio Body Reconsiders First Vote on Merger Which Was Adverse. Reversing its decision of the East Ohio conference of the Meth- odist Episcopal Church at Youngster n Mondaj voted to eliminate the Ifnt- between the Xorth Ohio and the Ohio conferences. The vote was i to 73 in favor of the merger. Ten us ago the Xorth Ohio eoafeienro ia Mansfield voted for the resol'it on. Saturday the East Ohio it d without hesitation. Monday that vwe was reconsidered and propositmtt now goes to the general for approval. It is believed the twrgei will be effected. New Minister Comet Heie. At the Ohio coufpfence ot A. M. E. church at Youngstown. the Rev JPSM- Bags was pastor of the stlwt A. M. R Church Carson Rev. J. 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