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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSKY S TAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER Turks Said to Have Evacuated the City and to Be Awaiting Land Forces. BURN GAS TO SAVE MONEY. village of. Shanesville has adopted an unusual lighting its street lights having been burning day and night since they were in- stalled about a year ago. Natural gas obtained from fields several miles away from the town is used for lighting and the village au- thorities found it cheaper to have the gas burn all the time than to employ a man to turn it out in the morning and light it again at night. PICTURES OF FLOOD RUINS AFFORD IDEA OF IMMENSITY OF APPALLING DISASTER THAT SWEPT AWAY PENNSYLVANIA 'OWN TODAY'S PAPER TODAY. DUKE OF ABRUZZI GIVEN ORDERS TO TAKE PORT Turkish Transport Captured By Cruiser With Guns and Munitions of Oct. Turkish au- thorities having ignored a demand to surrender three warships in the harbor of Prevesa. Duke Abruz- zi started shelling the town according to advices here. Tur- key is preparing to abandon Trip- it is and has surren- dered the city. Vice Admiral Faravelli he bombarded the city's fortifications yester- day and expects to resume today. Natives of the city are reported to have retired to the interior to a point about 20 miles from armed with Mauser they have thrown up entrenchments and are awaiting the arrival of the Italian invading army. The only Italians left in Tripoli are Msgr. the apostolic prefect of the 'CathtjrTrr and a Franciscan moaks who refused to false advantage of of- fers to board the transports and be taken to a place of safety. of marine states that the report of the arrival of the Turk- ish fleet in the Dardanelles is untrue. The Italian cruisers .in the Aegean which were watching the Turkish send word that the Turkish ves- sels of the fleet separated at Samos. each vessel going in a different di- rection to escape the Italians. Ad- miral Aubrey has the num- ber of the vessels duty between Greece and the island of Cerigo and between Crete and the African coast The Italian armored cruiser Marco Polo Tarantb the-Turk- ish transport which she Had captured. Great excitement prevailed rough out the day during the disem- of prisoners taken on the steamer. These include a Turkish a colonel of the' medical corps and many soldiers. Five thou- sand sixty much am- munition and. about 200 horses were also captured. Further details of the 'attack made by the Italian destroyers Artigliere and CorazKiere tlie Turkish tor- pedo boats Hamidiyed and show ivhen one of the torpedo boats the Artigliere sent a boat and rescued the as r the Turkish flag. Rear Admiral ri command of the Italian fleet. at has reinforced the ships watching for Turkish vessels between Greece and the African coast. Additional war- ships have been stationed between the mainland of Greece and the southernmost of the principal of the Ionian islands between Cerigo and and 'between Crete and Tripoli. According a total of fifty-seven Turkish yachts and craft of various sizes have been seized-in Italian ports or cap- tured by the Italian fleet at sea while the Italian vessels taken by the Turks number only tnree._ Ignore the Powers. Oct. dispatch stat- ing that Italian ships have started bombarding Prevesa is taken here mean that Italy has ignored the yarn- ing of other European powers that the war must be confined to Tripoli The dispatch says tlie Turkish author- ities ignored the ultimatum of the Italian admiral. Everything today points to a determination to the uncpnditonal surrender of Turkey. Turkey is said to be greatly discour- aged over the utter refusal of other powers to intervene. New volunteers are'being enlisted. The menace of international com- plications was intensified in the Tur- co-Italian trouble today. Reports stated that Italians had fired on three ships flying the British flag. Two were alleged to be narryng Turk- ish troops. The bombardment of Prevesa may also cause trouble with Auustria. Tripoli surrendered this af- ternoon after the Italian fleet had de- molished the forts. The fleet then commenced a bombardment of Beng- the second most important city of the country. Train Loaded With Breakers on III. Central At- tacked by Sympathizers. ONE IS MANY HURT Statement Given Out Says That Road Now Has Plenty of Men to Run M'COMB CITY. Oct. city is practically under martial law j today following the arrival of militia j called on- of rioting strikers ai.. strike breakers of the- Ill- inois Central. One man is and six other nonunion men are seriously injured. The system federation men are standing firm. The afternoon newspaper is the newspaper of the day it is dated of the day before. Its ad- vertising is in the present tense its store-news is the just as surely as its news of events is the latest. There's nothing unreadable in the right sort of afternoon no advertising that does not appeal as directly to the purse-interests of people as to their desire to know things. I Bacteriological Tests of Milk and Food Now Undertaken By Department. WE FOE FLOOD FREEDOM Single Case of Im- Governor Tener Says There Is'- Only One Reported No Law in State Giving Control of Such Dams. in September. A campaign for a more effi- cient health department was out- Photograph taken from inside Bayloss dam at Austin. showing forty foot break and huge block of concrete forced from structure. Dam is fifty feet high and thirty feet in d iameter at base. Fired on Train. Mlaa.. Oiil. Third- Mississippi National was ordered out last night to quell rioting as a result of the Illinois 'Cen- tral railroad shop strike. Strike synx- pathizers were said to have riddled a train carrying three coaches of strike breakers. rocks and clubs were used in the attack upon the train. One man was fatally injured and several severely hurt in a pitched bat- between three car loads of strike breakers and a mob at McCornb City. Pistols were stones hurled and clubs wielded savagely on both sides. E.. H. -a sus- tained a .fractured skull and it is thought he .will die. The. train-repOFtei'.toyhave-b'eetf-rid- dled with bullets arrived at McComb City and after detaching three coaches of-strike breakers at a 'siding contin- ued on its .way to New Orleans. The three coaches .were brought to the McComb City station by a switch engine and immediately a fight precipitated. Reports are conflicting as to which side began the but it is stated that the strike breakers were fighting when they de- scended from the coaches. The authorities secured help from the citizens and all the strike breakers were arrested. Several persons were injured in a clash between citizens of and a party of strike breakers destined to points south of Jackson on the Illinois Central railroad. on Page STATE LEGISATOR DEAD lonis S. Editor of Mansfield -Succumbs to Heart Trouble. Oct. 3- legislative from Richland county and editor and publisher of the Mansneid Courier died at his home here today of val- vular heart trouble. He was born at March 1854. He serv-_ ed four years as county treasurer be-i INQUEST ORDERED at th- monthly meeting of the health board Tuesday evening by Dr. health officer. That the matter of public healV is now the foremost question be- fore municipalities .and that pre- vention of rigid inspec- tion and sanitarjrTr.ethods is bet- ter than was the main thought of Dr. Peterson's remarks to the board. For the first tinie in the city's ais- SsndusSy are de- Scarcity of Food Brings Forth an Appeal As Supply Sent in Is SEEKS MISSING More detailed news from Aus- voting time anH-ratfeTitite to a bae- scene of the Bayless dam j teriologieal crusade against disease. is anxiously awaited by Handicapped by the lack of proper Mrs. Frank of 620 Madison and the healthers this city. Her have been using apparatus from the John was a prominent contractor in living with laboratory of Dr.- Peterson IB work of making tests of milk and his wife and four children other tfe city Since the flood Bates has nnd meat insp'ec- been unable to get any word from telegrams to him not being answered. Wednesday she appealed to the Star-Journal and has made a number of tests of samples of milk recently which have-- been of a bacteriological nature as well as to determine whether or not inquiry fop tpe missing man and samples have had Ebe inquired per his family was started at Austin. The name does not appear as yet in the list of known dead but it is feared the family is among the missing. October Responsibili- ty for the breaking of the Bayless company dam wiping out Austin may cent of butter fate. It is the inten- tion of the department to keep the bacteria count in milk sold in Sandus- ky at the lowest possible figure. By the continued local analyses of milk and food stuffs sold the health department expects to be in a position at all times to imniediately fcrace of any epidemic Of even single case of disease which may bo at all suspicious. never-he BO fixed -as to iir the j figi'df inspection of sanitary punishment of according to conditions is also desired the Underwood Underwood. Photograph taken from hills at east of Main looking up the valley and showing residential section of swept clean of- houses and even sidewalks by flood. M'CABE RETIRES FOOD AND DRUG BOARD October a a long vacation. They were sudden succession of an ini- tial move in the expected reorganiza- tion of the -department of agriculture inevitable in view of the official and REAL NEWS PICTURES. The 'service of the -Star-Journal has been put. to a good test since the flood disaster at Austin. Pa. First flood showing the devas- tation were published in the-Star-Journal two days before any other loi-al paper pub- lished such pictures. Today there personal antagonism aired before are more of 'these 'fine congressional committee the past stun- mer and Dr. Wiley's exoneration by Solicitor George P. McCabe was retlr-j President after Attorney Gener- ed from the pure food and drug al with views aligned Associate Chemist F. L. close- with those of Secretary Wilson nn-.l ly identified with McCabe. was allow- ed leave .of absence until the presi- dent and Chemist Harvey W. Wiley was left apparently in supreme which tell far better than words the story of the disas- ter. command oi' tne board. Dr. ft. K. of New was temporar- ily appointed to the board to succeed Mr. McCabe. These changes were announced by fore being elected to the legislature.I Secretary Wilson following a confer- He was well known in Sandusky. ence with who has been on ITALY'S NAVAL COMMANDER PROVES HIS ABILITY AS MODERN FIGHTER ON SEAS Solicitor had recommended Dr. Wiley's removal from office head of the chemistry bureau of a technical irregularity in statements of Governor Tener and Water Commissioner Feitz here to- day. Both asserted the state had no control over such dams. Com- plaints against the dam had not been PeStz and the state could take no action. Work of rescue continues but there is a great short- age of food. Eighty laborers reached Austin dur- ing the night and 200 more earne Tuesday swelling the total laboring force to 800 men. Health Commis- sioner Dixon expect to have the ruins clear- ed by Wednesday night. Under no circumstances will we bum the de- bris until the last body there has been recovered. What we need most is food. Please urge the public to send foodstuffs. Two carloads came but it will last only a. day and our reserve is dwindling We h'ive word from our representatives in tello that the situation there has im- proved. We expect to send ISO board. The sanitary police are now more busy than at any time in recent years. That an increase in.their pay will be asked of council soon is-pro- The matter of salary increases of seTeral health department employes was talked over at Tuesday the. matter later fierred to a committee. Another matter over tha members of the hoard Tuesday was that of enforcing the new state law making it compulsory for proper- ty owners to abandon and close up outside closets where water mains and sewers are accessible and make it .pos-' sible for inside closets. This law will likely be enforced soon by the .board Dr. Peterson says the enforcement of the law in this respect will remove a source of much trouble. At the present time the city is joying a remarkable freedom from contagious disease's. According to the health officer's but one se of tvDboirt reported in San- sky during September and that was to aid in the One more body recovered from the wreckage was identified as Mrs. Pres- ton Wolcott. A charred skull alsoi was but it was imposal- imported from Chicago Junction. There were no ilfatbV from that source Pnr1 alisolnte'y no other con- tagions reported during the but in Oct. Three masked handits held up the K. T. train No. ten miles from here rifling the mail and baggage cars. The. passengers were not The robbers are said to have gotten but little loot. Two valuable cases of jewelry were on the baggage car but it is not known whether they were opened. It is believed the robbers in- tended to the train following No. which was.- -heavily' loaded with mail and but made a mis- take. The robbers flagged the train--about two miles south of Okesa. Climbing over the back of the engine they cov- ered the crew. The baggage and mail cars were cut oft and nm a mile the responsiointy lorj which he denied. Dr. Dunlap was acting as chairman of the board when Dr. Wiley was ab- sent from Washington. Whether Dr. Dunlap will return to his duties on the board was not stated. Dr. Doo- iittle'has long been a member of the Jburenu of chemistry and is now head of bureau's substation in New York. Dr. Wiley'and Dr. Boolittle will constitute majority of the beard for the immediate fu- the latler's appointment beinsj DENVER. Oct. of necessary to give the board's actions j admitted today that the c legal effect. _ about i guard about President Taft had been' There wi 1 be no pernament bly mutilated. Police.of Denver Hear of Piot and Place Double Guard Over Nation's Executive. tbere ble to determine whether it was that ll- tne of an adult or an .infant. jperlQri there The body of a woman that been at the morgue for two diys identified as that of Mrs. a sister of State Senator whose father's body was one of tlife recovered Sunday. inroads have been rentle to the mass of tangled debris. steam los loader at work 'along tno tracks of the Buffalo Siisquehanun whose tracks lay through ivv Oct. Ai the mora-' office of of --'the of Michigan. They secured only a vears old. iticic UK uv pci naiucut. t .itnon The. in the department's irethods of last a through' M forcing the pure food law tmtil a plot to the executive. stes-m log loader later uncovered the dent Taft. has liner an opportunity to'The rumor was and Arthur Amswridit. -in. near ______HH.l.ll_.l where he had an office as an attorney. to the time when President Taft re i was on Ilis way to the car- j NelsonT district attorney Potter inspected the scene Dr. Wiley would only say that Taft at Cheyenne. j and announced '.hat the inquest would j work of the board would continue asi CHEVBNXE. Wyoming. Oct. 4.- FIiday mon1111- at present. iJ i i_J t. _ President Taft was entertained Peace of FOUR FARMERS' INSTITUTES IN ERiE THiS INTEREST HAS GREATLY INCREASED company will be represented at the inquest by its counsel. A. P. Jones. day. came from Colum- pdurational meetings. Attendance bus that provision has last by actual showed ten j been made by the state board of agri- per cent in-rcasf ovr-r att.T.daiKe culture for four institutes ia previous yi.-ar. This many new j Erie county this if certain places be aid. so that The commander of the Italian nav Prince Duke of by j Heights. j conditions of the state arp the benefits may be distributed to ev- j with. The dates and speakers will j part of tie county. Where good insti- be announced later. The four tutes have been iield for several ears. tutes and their officers sentiment will be strong I L. San-i enough to support QflBky R. L. J. ings. taxpayers contribute to JR. D. I support of and if is only1 0. Castalia i fair that they should be held in dif-1 R. Geo. W. R. ferent parts of the D. I Sandles says. L. Hoover. New features be 'ft son Milan. The instruotion work will be made I Berlin .3. Nichols. Ber- i practical and applicable to the needs iin W. Dominick Seivaggio and Rccco charged with three murders at Ke'leys will I be brought to this city Thursday by j Sheriff Reutpr. accc-rding novices i from Pittsburgh. Efforts at extraditioa There s been sev- j made by officiais. were eval mosquitoes no- ful. as had been predicted. Since ticpd the last few j early Saturday the suspects davs 'round h.ave beea b-v the Pittsburgh po- lice. the neighborhood i nas -Deen heard from Prose- with corncobs stuck j cuting Attorney Hart or Sheriff Reu- on their bills. ter. since the former secured of Raz Barlow's in- jtion papers from Goveraor Harmoa at 1 cat i Columbus Moadav moromsr. It is r to i have the paoers honored by Governor Gener- of Pennsylvania. ally fair tonight and County Comraissioner Riedy Thursday. High companied Sheriff Renter on the .p jto as his.depu-'..v. H- up tbe track where they were j Tii The robbers took in cash from mos his successes since the opening of h ostilities between his country and The state board of agriculture re- h. Berlin1 of the farm.' Speakers of good per- at 7 a. one year jaid in bringing the two sonal with abilfty to use ago. 70. Iderers back to this and itrkey. has given the the world furt her evidence that he is one of theiceived nearly six hundred applications ost able sea fighters of modern tim es. The distribution and for farmers' institutes this ye.ir. This i the English language rises Thursday at a. m. j in the county jail. The be selected by the state. The state1 and sets at p. m. will probably bo given a preliminary lecturers be men of experience Maximum wind velocity for 24 hearing before Justice Casey within a '40 miles few days and the present grand iurjr mail clerk but hurt no one A posse i of his powerful and efficienth- mann ed vessels in the Mediterranean is the greatest number ever to j and on good terms with both soil and j hours ending at noon today. 40 miles few days and the with bloodhounds is in pursuit J beea characterized by marvelous lore sight and shrewdness. i Interest is growing in these practical i toil. iwest at li-ao -is likely to get case. rSPAPERf   

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