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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               TRIAL OF THEWNAMABA DYNAMITING CASES WILL START NEXT WEEK. THE STAR-JOURNAL WILL HAVE COMPLETE SPECIAL STORIES AND LATEST PICTURES. THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER Bodies of Troops Landed at Several Points and Forts Are Occupied LEFT DEAD IN GARRISON ON RETIRING Sinking of Italian Warship By Turkish Mine Seems to Be October ches today state that two datta- lions of Italian marines have land- ed in Tripoli and occupied the forts. They found a number of corpses but no sign of the Turk- ish garrison which is supposed to have fled to the Attack Other Towns. Oct. Chronicle's Constantinople dispatch from Tripoli say.-- that Italian warships are bom- barding Benghazi and Derna and that the former is vigorously returning the Smll parties of Italians aie landing all along the coast from Tripoli to It is that there will be no landing in iorce until the main expedition arrives. Small bodied of Arabs skirmished with the landing paities. The dibpaU'h to the Chronicle from Constantinop'e aids that a cablegram received there from a Turkish source pt Tripoli via Malta states that the Itillan battleship Conte Di Cavout by a Turkish mine off Tripoli and that the ciew and troops aboard the vessel perished. The dis- pit'h newly formed national defense committee cabled George of Eng- land asking his to interfere No overtures for peace will be taken consideration by Rome until the position of Italy in Tripoli has been secured beyond dispute. The senti- ment prevailing in Berln to give Italy the coast of Tripoli in return for an indemnity is not indorsed' at Rome. -Vice Duke of tba Aburz- flotilla was in action at Pre- vesa. arrived at Taranto. He was giv- en a magnificent reception by the peo- who carried him shoulder high in triumph. The ultimatum of the vice threatening to bombard Pre- has been withdrawn. This fol- lowed the announcement that Austria intended taking action against Italy as a result of the operations of the Italian fleet off the Albanian against which Austria had vigorously protested. The prize court at Rome has or- dered that all captured Turkish ves- sels which were in Italian poits be- fore the beginning of hostilites be released at once. Many vessels are being detained at Bari and Leghorn Nine military aviators with eight and two biplanes will be sent to Tripoli. The aviators will be commanded by.Capt. who won the race from Boulogne to Venice. The Turkish fleet entered the Bos- phorous from the Dardanelles. The Honor of the Big Snows appeals to all. SPIKE Ore.. Oct. James J. Hill drove a golden spike to mark the for- mal completion of the Oregon Trunk Line railroad io this city. That would not the final ter- minal of the line was intimated by the load builder In he it probably would be made to join the Pacific the western teimi- nal of which is Oie. Ministers Resign and Conser- vative Leader Borden Ask- ed to Form Ont. Oct. Laur- ier government in Canada went out ol existence today when the ministers tendered their resignations to Earl Grey and Robert L conserv- ative who recently swept the was incited to form a gov- ernment. The last meeting of the Laurier government was held Thurs- day. By-elections will be held as soon as possible. Parliament is expected to meet early in November and finish its business before Christmas. It is almost certain that W T. general manager of the Na- tional Trust Co. of will be finance minister in the Borden cabi- being taken into the conserva- tive government as representative of the dissatisfied liberals who voted against the reciprocity agreement. Premier Hazen of New A. S. M. P.. of British Colum- Senator Lougheed of Dr. Roche. M. of Robert Rodgers. Manitoba's minister of public Frank minister of mines for An- drew M. P.. of George E. ex-finance Judge Doherty. of St. Annas. Mon- T. Chase Casgrain and F. D. Monk of Montreal are practically cer- tain to have portfolios. There will be three but their names aic un- certain. 'EFFICIENCY OF TURKISH WAR FORCES IMPAIRED BY MINISTER OF MARINE RESIGNS W.'-JEN HIS ORDERS ARE DISOBEYED f .Sheftef Principal Market Place of FEDEffi INMIISIL NOW IE EN MURDER SUSPECTS NOW HELD IN JAIL i More .Troops .Out. in Mississippi to Aid Officers in Suppressing Riots. ORDER MEN ARRESTED WHO MOLEST TRAINS -Strikers on Harriman Lines Are incensed Over Federal Court's XEW Oct. 1 Jealously between men in authority throughout the has greatl'v handicaped Turkey in her todav to c-te toi war Contradictory am ftriher on Hanlman ders have been given bv different Central lines who uolates sons high in the councils of the numerous injurcfcns re- pire and the mobilization of them horn mterfciins with was accomplished only after a opeiation ci tia-ns ire tan-jins deal of confusion. The minister the to courts nas 1--------d fie to the danger FMlflD TIEN UP I i Kelieys Island Suspects Bound Over to Grand Jury at Pre- liminary Hearing. i IMPORTANT WITNESS I FOR STATE ARRIVES Says He Heard Scuffle and Saw Klawetch and Another Return From Lake. DOMIMCK SELlUliUIO resigned because his orders for movements of the Turkish Pc.it. Tflc Bl nation is admits y were not carried and this troors are being rush- followed by the resignation of the en.j to JlcComb Citj. 4-t T A TDn U the ter of marine. ed by the soldiers and now to is retained as minister of war. It is a weak cabinet. were hurled through the car windows. Two strike-breakers were seriously injured. The labor cry against by injunction1' has been emphasized by the sweeoing character of the num- erous blanket injunctions srranteJ The injunctions have prevented fur- ther rioting. The streets of McComb are practically deserted and machine guns have been mounted about the railroad shops. Seven Other Racing Crafts Are Contesting for the Gordon Bennett Trophy. Almost in Tears President De fends Judges and Courts Before Idaho Audience. Prosecutor Is Conducting It Be- hind Closed Doors at Austin Fearing Demonstration. Oct. most in tears with earnestness Piesi- dent Taft today delivered what many legard as his reply to Bryan's recent attack on the supieme court. He de- nounced certain and and challenged the critics to produce a tiust case which would not be condemned under the supreme court's construction of the Sherman law. was once a judge and I love and I love courts that stand to their said when a court is doing its duty to have it condemned and attacked and its mo- tives questioned for mere political j sent it with deep indignation. Reciprocity having been Taft has now determined to make an issue of the peace treaties. Senatoisj Smoot and Cummins have been won over on this trip and Taft believes seven other giving a majority in the senate with those already favoring it. Dur- ing the lest of his trip he will lay special stress on the treaties. Taft made but two stops in Idaho the Fecond being at Boise late this afternoon. Oct. The taking of evidence in the Bayless dam dis- aster inquest started this morning. State constabulary guarded the school house and the hearing was secret Prosecutor Nelson said he had heard animosity had arisen against the Bay- less company and wished to guard against any demonstration. The names of witnesses were kept secret. All day the crash of falling buildings resounded over the debris-strewn plain where Austin stood before it was swept by last Saturday's disastrous flood. At points where buildings were piled in almost inextricable squads of men clambered to the top- most made fast chains and cables at which horses tugged and strained until the side of a house or a whole dwelling some' forty feet to the was torn the wreckage was EARTHQUAKE IS RECORDEDi Seismograph Shows That Earth efl for 40 Minutes Early Fri- day Morning. CLEVELAND. October pronounced earthcuiake beginning 4-21 todav and lasting for 40 was recorded by the St. Ignatius coi-i lege seismograph this morning Father Odenbach estimated the shocK was from to S.OOO miles from here. drawn away in sledges or drays. No additional bodies of victims were covei ed. While satisfactory progress is be- ing the work of cleaning up is necessarily slow. One of the worst obstacles is the thousands of cords of hemlock slabs or pulpwood that were stiewn eiPiywhere by the water. blocks and ropes in large quantities were ordered from Buffalo. it is will bet- ter equip the wreckeis and matters. Since the arrest of several looters the finding of stolen property stcied in houses near Costello. it has been deemed wise to police that sec- tion state troopers will patiol the ioacl between heie and Cos- tello. BALLOON IN RACE. F. -P.- J. H. United States. Kansas City H. E. John United States. Topeka M. pi- W. W. United States. Berlin Leopold Lieut. Martin Germany. Million Population Paul United States. America F. J. C. United States. Berlin Hans F. O. Ger- many. Pierre Pennsylvania E. R. aid. The Pennsylvania will not coin- pete for either but will try tp break the altitude record by Pilot Atterholt. DBS la.. Oct. bal- loon Ameiica II. contesting in the in- ternational balloon iarp whipb stRrr- ed from Kansas City last landed near early today af- ter weathering a severe gale. It be- came entangled in telegi aph wires and Pilot W. F Assman and his J. C. were injured. Guard is Oct. a guard for the Harriman is said to be dying of bullet wounds inflicted by his fellow striking shopmen say. The guards say the bullets came from beneath cars. The shooting occurred 'early i near the shops of the Galveston. Har-1 risburg San Antonio a Harriman line. The police are- chaiges made by strikers that J. J. a guard killed Tuesday was shot by other guards. A delay in delivery of freight is admitted by the company. Rocco Klawetch and Dominick accused of the murder of three feilow countrymen at Kelleys Island and casting their bodies into the were boind over to the grand jury wit'-.out Friday afternoon on a first degree murder charge by Justice j John following a brief pre- liminary. The men were not rep- resented by AttoTsys Guenn and Ritter. who had been being out of tne city. The jury take up ths r.pss soon. asked through an Rnggiefo as to what their plea would Seldaggio and Klaw- etch made several gestures and said had nothing to do with This was taken bj Squire Casey as a plea of not guilty. ______------- Wouldn't Shave Mayor. October al of additional troops has reviviert rumors that the federal government is preparing to make an important move in connection with the enforce-1 ment of the injunction with the Illi-1 nois Central affairs. H. L. mayor of city and also general foreman of thej car building department of the rati-j road here climbed into a bar-i ber's chair to get shaved. fully lathering the mayor's face who is a union was told I who his customer was. He the lather off with a towel and refua-' ed to provide the shave. The accepted the situation as a joke departed. I The Illinois Central company construction of a ten-foot fence around its shop property here. soon as it is it is the company will send GOO or 800' strikebreakers to operate the shops.1 having been assured by Governorl Police Find No Evidence of As- saults and Doubt Robbery Case. The Honor of the Big Snows appeals to all. BELLEFONTAINE. October Thirteen judgments aggregating over were taken by creditors in common pleas court here against thej Farmers Fence Co.. of of which company William R. Nevini id president and J. W. Shaver is sec-j retary. ROOSEVEL T ON WEAK PPbSIDENJ S NEW Oct. an article in the Outlook former President Roosevelt briskly defends his action' in acquiring the right to construct the Panama canal by the United States. He intimates that a timid president in such an emergency would not do justice to the people of the nation and replies to those who charged him with usurping and acting in an unconstitutional manner. The aiticle course there was at the and has been much of statements that I acted in an 'tin- constitutional' I 'usurp-1 ed authority' which was not mine. The simple'fact was that when the in-' of the people imper- atively demanded that a certain' act' should be and I had the power to do it. I did it unless it was specific- ally prohibited by instead of tim- idly to do it unless I find provision of which ren-1 dered it imperative that I should it. In other I gave the bene- fit of the doubt to the people of the I'nited and not any group of foreign or whose interests happened to be adverse to those of the people of the United States. my judgment history had taught the lesson that the president has very- great power if he chooses to exercise those but if he is a tim- id or selfish man. afraid oc responsi- bilitv and afraid of he can of course manufacture ingenious excuses for failu'-e exeic'.se them. interest af the American peo- ple demanded that I should act just exactly as I and I would have taken the action I actually did take even thought I had been certain that to rlo so meant my prompt retirement at the next for the only thing which makes it worth while to hold a big office is taking advantage of the opportunities the offics offers to do some big thing that ought tc be done and is worth Start of Race. KANSAS CITY. Oct 6 -The contest for the James Gordon Bennett cup and the Lahm cup was started here late Thursday afternoon when big racing balloons started noith and northwest. All expected to land somewhere in Canada If an Ameri- can balloon uins this race the cup will become the property of the Aero Club of America Every balloon got away to a good start The pilot Pennsyl- vania I. and the Ampiica II had trou- ble getting cleai of the but by dumring a little sand both were soon able to gain a ood flying alti- tude. The Berlin 1 did not rise well until after it had cleared the aviation field. Its drag rope iaked two or three spec- tators off the circus but none was severely injured and the big bag was not long in rising to an estimated height 500 feet. With .he exception of the last two bags to the Kansas Citv II and the Topeka all the balloons flew almost due north The Kansas City and Topeka entrants weie carried northwest. It was almost dark when the last bplloon Noel that a sufficienTTorce of the Mississippi National Guard will De kept in camp here to guarantee the fullest protection. Road Tied Up. October Georgia and Florida railroad is pletely tied up today and provisions j are being carried to towns along the line by wagons from other roads The railroad is making frantic effortr to secure federal in terference. So far rioting has orevented the moving of trains and two negroes have besn killed and six injured. The along- the road are in sympathy the strikers. j Investigation by the police depart- ment late Thursday afternoon aad Fridar indicated that allegations to the effect that John H. Mueller and Russell Soldiers' Home in- died as the result of murder- ous assaults made on them while they were in the city spending their pen- sion are without foundation. On the other hand the police insist that both men were probably fatally injured by falls while either intoxi- cated or suffering with some kind of a fit While those homt inmates who be- came alarmed at tlv of the deaths of the two under the same suspicious circumstances are now willing to concede that Mueller's and Marquart's injuries resulted from falls rather than they are still insisting- that there is something queer about the manner in which the veterans' money disappears when they get in the city. An instance of the quick disappearance of an old soldier's pension is shown with the arrest of James aged Thursday ev- ening. He fell at the corner of Mara- ket and Jackson streets and1 cut a bad gash over his eye. He was removed to the police station where a charge of drunkenness was preferred against him. His wound was of a serious na- on Page An Endurance Contest. October Union Pacific strike situation remains' unchanged today and both sicies near to be settling down to an durance contest. i The Honor of the Big Snows appeals to all. A HUMAN DOCUMENT. ______ ff A good afternoon newspaper is v a throughout and all. It is the immediate record of immediate historian of those things in the events ot concern and touch ALL PEOPLE. In your afternoon pa- per you see the reflection of the dis- asters of the hours that have just past. The prisoners sat side by c-ext to Sheriff Reuter. and hardly nuvred a muscle during the whole Declaring that he saw both of the defendants ivturnrng the lake i about two o'clock in the momius af- Iter the alleged murder. Mitro Koztl- jmik presented some strong testimony for the state at the hearing He had formerly declared to his friends that the features of Roroo Klawetch alone were familiar to him on that occasion But. after having had Seldaggio pointed out to him. he said that be was along with Klawetcb at that time. Heraiau Kugel acted as interpreter during his testimony. Questioned hj- Prosecuting Attoraev Coroner KnoMe testiSed as being notified of the death of and later of the finding of the bodits of his two companions. He gave it as his opinion that the H-ea were and then thrown into the anil did not die frogi wounds inflicted in the as the defense may claim. Probably cursng thcnr ity in leaving a trail behind them that a endowed with courage and could have followed the two Cala- brians occupy separate cells at the county and gaze glumly and mo- rous-ely through the bars So they have had nothing to say. The statement of a county offi- cial to the effect that he expects a would be discounted by any casual looking into the unmoved faces of the prison- ers. Now that the prisoners have secur- ed counsel in the law firm of Guerin i and there is less chance than ever that they will voluntarily submit to the punishment of the law. it is i believed. The testimony against the I although is stronger tbaa is usual ia of that character. Rocco Kiawetch. believed to be the stronger character of the is i about 45 years and five one j and one-half inches lu Kc jdark and brown eyes. He is the I man whose slouch covered with i small blood ia being held by Sheriff Reuter as an exhibit in the triple murder esses. Dominick Seldaggio is ten years 'younger than his oems and is of the same height. I He has black hair and brown i Both men weie born in and married. The pictures published in the Star- Journal are from photographs taken by the Pittsburgh police following the arrest of the men by Sheriff Renter and detectives. j The most inincrtan.t_jvitness for the Jlietro of Kel- leys Isiand. came here Friday raora- The authorities had planned de- gaining him here as a either under bond or in but when they learned that he was a married man. and that there was little danger of his leaving the as has bees on Page SERIOUS CHARGES OF GRAFT Al OHIO PEN tp 4e. Ain't it strange how a girl can brighten a young feller's life sim- ply by turning do'rtn the Un- settled local rains to- night or Satur- warmer tonighH cook' Saturday j j Temperature at 7 a. ono 'ago. 57. j. Sun rises Saturday at a. m. and sets at 5.04 p. m. I Ma-simum wind velocity for 24 hourff'1 ending at noon today. 16 miles west jat Friday morning. Special to the Star-Journal. COLUMBUS. October Thomas of until recently superintendent of subsistance at the left his work of weighing fish to a prisoner with instructions not to weigh it but just to make a bluff at that Finn purchased the fish from the H. Becker company at five cents a pound above market that no in- voices were sent to the pen fish orders by the Becker com- that the Booth Fish Co.. had offered fish to Steward Ran- dall at market price- and when not given the sold the fish to the Becker were the sensational points brought out Friday morning by Attorney Gen- eral Hogan in the investigation of penitentiary conditions. Following Friday morning's inquiry Attorney General Hogan announced that the evidence he had secured was enough to send implicated parties to the and that in the near future he will certify sev- eral of the involved peisons to Coun- tj Piofecutor Turner for Warden Jones and C. W. su- perintendent of were ex- amined. I'nder the new boaid of ad- ministration fish was bought at a hundred pounds against SS.50 a hun- dred under Steward Randall. Jones said. They also bought 750 pounds a week against Randall's 1.250. Fish was not weighed when received he said. Jones testified that for months pri- or to the time the new board of ad- ministration took charge of the peni- tentiary the institution was payng a week for pounds of dressed herring. Since the board took hold the herring has cost a week. Mass gave testimony as to the al- leged short weight saying one consignment weighed but S50 Founds. Safety Director Hauser Urges Proper Observance in San- While there has been no local pro clamation on the subject. Safety Di- dector Hauser said Friday that h3 hoped there would be a general obser- vance of Fire Prevention day. day. October in in ac- cordance with Governor Hannor proclamation. _ The governor suggests that thi be observed by a general '-elf of the removal bish and inflammable ipatpr and this is being ureed by city ofliciais- A general tt' the day along this it is believed be an tivc measure. In trict especially this if NEWSPAPER   

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