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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               I TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE S AN DU S KY STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER REFUSED Sultan's Ambassador Handed His Passports and Wireless Orders Are Sent -to Naval Officers. Conflict Likely to Be the Most Serious Since the Russo-Jap- anese Struggle and Involves Control of Now a Turkish September has declared war on Turkey. It was officially stated this afternoon the Turkish ambassador has been hinded his passports and the Italian charge d'affairs at Constantinople has been directed to withdraw. This action follows Turkey's refusal to acceded to Italy's demands made inthe ultimatum yesterday. Wireless messages .were Immediately sent on board the Italian warships Italy did'not take formal action until Turkey decided whether she would make the aggression a topic for diplomatic negotiations or would sever all relations. It was believed Turkey would have chosen the latter course. The life of foiviguer in Turkey is endangered while in Trip- oli fierce bands of Arabs stand ready to join the Moslem arnjy. The Turk- ish were drawn up the outskirts of the ciiy this morn- Ing ready to withdiaw before the Italians. Meanwhile Italian trans- ports are awaiting orders to land the troops Streets are deserted Mer- chants have withdrawn from the city and business is at a standstill. Within 48 hours an entire Italian army division will be in Tripoli. The Turkish garrispn of the small Tripoli- tan even though aided by the well armed Arabs are bopelessly out- classed by the picked Italian forces. It is believed they may put up a desper- ate resistance and by withdrawing to the interior will be comparatively safe. Turkey cannot resist on sea. The situation is complicated by trouble between Turkey and Greece. News that hostdties had been or- dered was wirelessed to the command- er of the Italian fleet and he was or- dered to land forces and establish a blockade. The occupation is reported to be in progress resistance so far as known. Martial law has been declaied in Constantinople he- cause of threats of anti-foreign and massacres. The situation is 'com- plicated by trouble between Turkej and it being reported that Turkey is preparing to move against knowing it cannot save Tri- poli. THE BELLIGERANTS System Federation Has Issued Order for the Men to Go Out at 10 O'clock Saturday. ILLINOIS CENTRAL TO FOLLOW NEXT MONDAY Men Have All Voted to Strike and It Is Believed General Tie-up Will Sept. to semi-official announcement here to day by officials of the system federa- tion of the Harriman lines Har- J-lman employes will strike tomorrow fit 10 o'clock. Thirteen thousand taembers of the federation on the Illinois Central will strike Monday. In addition unorganised men will walk out the leaders assert and predict that men will be out by Mon- day noon. They assert that tnrougn. tha brotherhood of locomotive engi- neers and other organizations asset- ing they would not handle cars from the Harriman lines if strike breakers had worked on a widespread tleup is promised. The strike leaders are jubilant over British Send Note Sept. H is de- clared in diplomatic circles the British foreign office has ad- dressed an urgent note to Italy appealing to her not to send an army into Tripoli. Serious consequences in the Balkans must it is and the sit- uation is tense. Word that Ital- ian troops have landed at Trip- oli is momentarily expected. The Turkish forces will not ac- cording to advices. Italy's ulti- matum expired at noon today but the landing of troops was deferr- ed until notification could be sent to the foreign consulates. tbe support offered the Iroad unions not affiliated rail- wit h American Federation ol LAbor and declared that wUh- p a week the Harriman lines will be laralyzed. President Kline said be received telegrams from leaders all crafts affected that they were to strike. The railroads are said to be making extensive plans to break the strike. Together with talk of an immediate Strike came the news from New York bf the reorganization of the Harri- tnan moving Mr. by whom all the railroad's affairs fcave been to New York UBd making him a member of the board of apparently extend- ing his power. Mr. in refusing to Ircat with the denied they have grievance and intimated the Unions had sought to devise measures lo end harmonious relations. He the essentials of admittedly fair and' considerate the pay- ment of the wages of any rail- roads in the territories served by our Fight in Streets Via Sept 29. Three persons have been killed and many wounded at Parma as a re- sult of anti-war demonstrations spreading over Italy. A. procession oi workingmen intercepted reserves marching to barracks and were firea upon. Advices fiom other parts ol Italy tell of similar occurrences. The demonstration was but the officer commanding the troops drew his men across the street and ordered them to fire. Mostofthe soldiers having little heaTt in the fire high or low and the CBF- ualties were not as great as expected. Socialists and union leadehs assert they will continue their demonstra- tions. Send No Warships. Sept. The navy department has no present intention of dispatching any warships to the Mediterranean in addition to the scout cruiser now crossing the At- lantic and due at Gibraltar in the course of a day or two There are no Americans in the city of and aside from the scientific expedition. which trying to exploit the ruins of Cyerne. it is not that there are any in the entire province. Of course American mei chants en- IHE H031E TAPER _______ The afternoon paper the tinie it leaies the ed VRDS the homes oi the peo- art ay from thesn. almost the copies that are hoiisht on the streets are are read by eien member of mry familf. TUOJ are in the ntj's the pine to lie done N planned under thp influence of the evening paper's One Report Says He Is in Another Thai He Has Gone West. REUTER WORKS HARD TO CAPTURE TWO MEN RbSPECJ PRESIDENT BUT DO APPLAUD Sept. dent Taft failed to evoke applause when he delivered a speech on the- re- lation of the government to business late Thursday afternoon. He de- his veto of the democratic tariff bills but while thousands were out to do the president honor they received his remarks in silence. President Taft said in Fellow I wish to in- vite your attention to the relation of the federal government and the fed- eral statutes to the business of this its legality and its prosper- ity. There are four most important points at which the policies of con- gress and the federal executive touch the business of this country in such a vital way that the people are enti- tled to have the greatest indus- try and application characterize gov- ernmental action in respect to them. They in respect of inter- state commerce asd the regulation of railroads and the rates of transporta- tion between the in the enforcement of the laws forbid- ding combinations to monopolize in- terstate trade in industrial compan- in the amendment of tariff affecting i.he iiid ufacturers of the and in the furnishing for the use of the business of the a ipreper expanding and contracting according to the business inspiring a confidence in the business communityi- which shall prevent panics. In respect to the regulation of railroads and the prompt remedy- on Page WAR MENACING NICARAGUA Zelaya's Cliief Lieutenant Is Said to Be Organizing Move aud Country Is Bankrupt. NEW Sept. specter of war is again menacing Nicaragua. the capital of the is much agitated over preparations for another of which Dr. Julian one of Zelaya's chief ad- is the moving Dr. while in office under Ze- was a power second only to the president and his influence over Ze- laya was so great that he was regard- ed by many as the actual reigning power. There is also alarm felt in Managua News of Arrests At Any Time Sandusky.-.Hdrbor Offers Besti WoLllci Be No Sui'Prise' i Advantages for Vessels Laying Up. DOCK SPACE MOW WANTED Vessel Owner Here Friday Seeking Quarters and Oth- ers Might The presence heie Frida yof R C. of owner the steamer Isabella J. who sought winter quartos for the laying up ol his emphasized a Sandusky possibility whuh. up co this has practically been winter have for lake vessels. Mr. Priugle said he had laid up his vessel in a number of ports but he believed Sandusky offered rhe besc ad- vantages. He was seeking dock room aud this should be furnished since other cities make the same offer. With Councilman J. F. i Mr. Pvingle set out to find i the necessary dock space. spite Whsre was Sheriff Renter rri- day. in his searc.'i for the alleged murderers of the three Kclieys Island foreigners whose bodies have now been recovered. That was another unanswered question added Friday to the many mysteries surrounding the horri- ble crime of early last and brought to the light_of_dayj3iL_the___ finindg of the multffafecfTiaciies of Antonio Jun Berli and Antonio Berli. That 'he is hard at work in an effort to fathom the mystery and bring the murderers to the bars of is but the exact whereabouts of his operations were unknown Friday. Deputy sheriffs here declared Fri- day that they d'd not know wcera their chief had gone. Reports Thuis- day said he was in Cleveland working on a clue that Roche Klowetch and Dominica Silvage had gone there al- ter fleeing from the island sad that he might so even further east if the clue Wife of Charles A. Who Killed Sits Dry- eyed in Cell Waiting Sept. Gertrude Gibson who shot and killed her husband because he abused her. bits dry-eyed in her cell apparently unconcerned about what is to he done with her. The po- lice- declare Charles A- who used to be a Chicago was mur- dered in revenge after he had filed a suit against Emil AV. clothing manufacturer of chaiging alienation of his affections. But the wife's story is far different. I husband abused and harassed i she in a remarkable state- she gave out after being locked up. wouldn't he and he made me support him. I months after we- were mar- jried my husoaud sold me to Strouss for The bargain was that he the report came from Kelleys Island t That Sandusky is not a winter har- of the. sheriff being at bor for dozens of all of I Cleveland or any point east of there which would employ watchmen and he was at a- would spend much money in laying up and again in fitting out in the is probably due the fact that no effort has been made to induce owners to come here. Other cities offer free dock room or mooring space. In most there is the con- stant danger of vessels being damaged i by ice or by high water in rivers. j Sandusky bay is free from this dan- ger. Not only but Sandusky has the facilities for fitting out vessels in i the spring. Vesselmen say that the laying up of ships here would mean the employ- iment of a number of men throughout the winter and of a large manner in i the spring for fitting out. The dock i it is have objected ill the past to making use of their prop- erty in this way and so the property hot .-upon a clue there. It has been the history of police de- partments the -country over to exper- ience difficulty in tracking and bringing to murderers from the foreign who once get a. good start on the officers. The clan- nish nature of their country-people make it difficult for the police to ei- ther elicit information from those who might be able to throw light on these murder mysteries or to run the criminals down after they once got into hiding. This fact makes county officials and others dubious about the- apprehension of Klowetch and Sil- Coroner Knoble now believes that the three men were murdered the same night. He has. so he declared been able to find but one per- has laid idle. The suggestion was made Friday that the Business Men's association should take up the secure the i i consent of dock owners so as to I able to offer free and then ae s 'send out notice of this to vessel own i ers. Such action wauid for the and this number would soon be greatlj increased. because of obstacles wmcn the pro- posed American loan is and in consequence the rate of American exchange is now at per cent and the government is without funds. WIFE WHO'MURDERED HUSBAND SAYS HE SOLD HER TO ANOTHER DURING HONEYMOON roaas in me Qf course American mei chants en- and the sruarantfrs of hospital gaged in the forejgti have some fend generous pension benefits have jnterests in but these are not hot been sufficient to deter our such as require the protection toen from terminating agreements in-1 a njan.of.war. Their trade might luring these and moreover be jnterfered with by the Italian fere act sufficient to make them realize blockade of Tripolitan ports hut as tuelr duty to the I do not see I this is 'to warfare regularly that we can do anything more to pre- there will be no ground Vent your giving permission to protection. to leave our i Even a blockade would require no- The it is are in good tiPC j0 the United States from Italy. Chape to withstand a prolonged strike. I probably would bo so framed Unionists say they have been employ- I as to jnipoSo n'0 hardship ucon Ihg men in all the centers of jng legitimate mfrchandise aurl tlon for and have a Ions list from their home of men ready to take ihoir places. pcrtB befoTe the actual outbreak of Dispatches from the shops in California hostilities. State that most of the big railroad shops are enclosed by fences that will fcorve as stockades and insure protec- tion to laborers. May Involve Others w BERLIN. Sept. 29.-The German Possible action of the railroads is press with only a few exceptions today fsaid to be indicated by Illinois denounced what it teimed-'Itsly bru- Centrol's action at robbery which if insured only by In obtaining a federal injunction re-i The foreign office admits training striking clerks from interfer- I great alarm over me outlook It is leg with interstate through stated that there si.-5 already mdiea- picketing or other means. of a serious uprising in the Bal- Five unions will be affected direct- kans. and that it eventually lead by a strike the international to an all European clash. the blacksmiths and help- j the boilermakcrs. the sheet metal i Tuppc workers and the car men. In addition four allied the steam lYNCHiNG NEGRO copper and brass workers j I n L I murum J muwuw ind clerks may go out. All of these unions have voted in lavor of a strike an alternative of COATBSVILLE. Three arrc-sts KP Sept. ui btlir.c an TJL aincc aiiirota made in COnneC- lot getting recognition of the federa-ition with the binning of Zach Wai- j ker. wno killed Edgar a special here Aug. 1.1. IAWTOX. Okla.. Sept. These taken into custody are Geo. of Wal'eck. has 17. Louis Kaieer. 25. and Er- tt public auction for the nest 19. who are employed in Rpiiroad. caritplizea an iron mill in which the murdered H The road was chartered man worked. T'ie prisoners are to build from Kansas to j charged with being among the leaders r I01' tlie mob- vels and that neither he nor I should to answer any questions that 'my husband might put to ur later. I went abicacl with him and we were in Europe for some She tells that Patterson afterwards extorted money from Strouss ami lived with her. at a boaiding house she started in Chicago after she had returned to him. she his health and he came west. Sin- came to nurse him. He continued his she the breach between tlipm by instituting the suit against Strouss ''He told me he would withdiaw ihc suit if I would riopd him nil my pos- Mrs on ''then we quarreled and in self 1 shot him son at Kelleys Island who thinks he saw the Berli brothers later than a week ago last Tuesday night. That this man is either as to the j he saw Oi the dafe on which i is tbe opinion of the coroner. It will be remembered that there -were numerous people reported ito have seen the Ber'.i brothers leav- ing the island and bearding a steam- er. This indicates what iittle CM be in information secured when a communitv is excited by an PITTSBURGH. Sept. Iike the island ed twenty-one days Albert Berli. one of the men six years died at his dead on ihe island shore in New Brighton from lockjaw. TneiThursdaVj fcrtv-two years of it is became infect- MINERS BEGIN GOLD RUSH TO NEW FIELD ed. i aee. SEATTLE. Wash Sept the ot cold weather a stampede is in progress to the new gold camp at Htihv. en the Yukon river below Fort and it is estimated that 2.510 persons will spend t'n1 winter there. Most ci the s are Ici'toracl. little gnlrl ha5 been foiinri bat plrl-tinr rs .-ay thip n reminds them of the Klondike. I His throat was cut from ear to ear. The hoaj horribly disfig- ured. with mostly on the breast and sc going al- most thioush to the back. The of hH brother. Jim Tho rtlle'' nitirderpd estimated ll'y oner Kncble as between 45 and '50 vcars. Dr. Knofclc said Friday af- 'lows it.nrcn that theie marks of at least Jed Harrow he don't understand n.an t ocly. in much about this nerc reciprocity stuff. Hut he's for war with Canada cverv time. Fair tonight r.nd probcib- 1.. coolei tonight. Temperature at 7 a. m.. one year d Friday to the t'Soct that the missing who iH'.v had last after the tripte munki was ana lemninsd over with coiintrj mm. They returned to Kflleys Island and then ranit- to on Friday. Officers investlgat- Pun etb at Saturday HI a .m. and p m istPiuUinl r-vshd for 24 hours ai 'M miles west at iui'43- Fnday moraine. GRANGE MAN WOULD BE ERIE'S DELEGATE I New Evidence Not Brought Out at Trial Is Piaced Before New York Executive. A L. of well behalf. farmer and manufacturei. is the la I- i could bn rione at the meet- est to filter 'he rare for constitution- of the E-ie Oonstitr.tion.ii delegate from Erie His Convention league evening petition has been in eiieuiation 'because of the lack 9t an dajs and Friday it was said than a dozen members appealed and that p-.-aeticaily enough signatures n.id the number foi a quorum is 25. Thfe already been iecuieu to place hU was an informal discussion of mimer- name on the ballot. ous subjects but no attempt was made j am not ready to announce'to take up initiative and ret'er- j iv.y Mi. Hoover. Fn- emlum and the assigned sub- day. He is as a ject for the meeting progressive fanner and business man. i Whether an attemut will be made He fonuerly master of the Milan to hold another nitctins.is not jet and is actively interested in I known Those who weie most active that organization. The s'ate grange in the league were not has declared for the initiative andient Thursday anri apparently ifferenrium and fanners aie demand- aie taking no more interest in it An the reform. Mr. Hoover is effort is to be ho.vevpr. to posed to lean toward the and R Garficld or some other Ithe Rev. H. Oswalt is working iu.iprogresshe speaker here. Peter an anr.y ctefl of kiiiing Bayssde Yacht ALBANY N. Y.. Sept 2H not adduced at the ui.il buc plaoea fore Dix led the executive to announce that he will pardon C. Hams tod.iy. captain William E. Anuis a club three years ago. The shooting -occurred the nifii were at the of Bav- side Yacht chiS. w.'t J'trs members Hains accused Anns of his wife's affections o.nd de- clined that she had confessed tn him her relations with thp Hains his brother went to the yacht dub to see Antiis and the shoot- ing which followed created a gmU sensation in military eiieles was recently granted a di-.orce from his wife while hi- was in the peniten- tiary. Kc was dismissed from tht army.   

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