Sandusky Star Journal Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

About Sandusky Star Journal

  • Publication Name: Sandusky Star Journal
  • Location: Sandusky, Ohio
  • Pages Available: 125,427
  • Years Available: 1901 - 1963
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Sandusky Star Journal, October 03, 1911

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SANDUSRY STAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OCTOBER LAST EDITION NUMBER 306- Turkish Government Sends Final Note to Powers Asking inter- vention and Containing Sly Massing inlnterior of Tripoli Composed of Turks and Arabs. October Italian fleet off Tripoli is bombarding the city today according to an official statement given out here. It is still uncertain whether the bombardment preceded the evacuation by th-3 Turks. It is stated that Italy cannot consider mediation until Turkey relinquishes Tripoli. CONSTANTINOPLE. issued a third appeal to the pow- ers today to intervene Italy is accused of violating all international rules and the note emphasizes Turkey's lig'it to retaliate to the full extent of its power. it is hoped to end the war in peace and the ap- peal sajs. POWERS STRIVE TO PREVENT WAR FEVER SPREADING THROUGH OF ABRUZZJ TO BE GOVERNOR OF NEW PROVINCE Aside from the of if that may be considered as having passed into Italy1 s losses up to date are placed by the government at four torpedo boats ar.i one gun boat sunk and three trani- two toipedo boats and one yachtj captured. The Turkish bovcott of I Italian goods is complete Call Out Reserves. THE FIRST TELLING. s The afternoon newspaper is the source of FIRST INFORMATION about for most of the city's people. Are you more in- terested m the message of a vis- itor who tells you something NEW than in the visitor who tells you the same thing thing the next A fact an event is new but as to news of Ve day the evening paper brings it to you while it is new. After the novelty is discounted. are of if the news has personal but the first telling is the import- ant telling. i Appeal The Y31C PEOPLI of Star-Journai Gains Quick Response. G mm CO. GEIS fflUf 'INSTITUTE FOR CITY I TO BE NON-SECTARIAN As Step Toward 01 Sander- son Endorses Little Group of Mourners Carry Body After Body Through Debris to Cemetery. TO RESCUE BODIES FROM FLAMES Appeal Made to State to Send to the Distressed Vic- tims of Bayiess October began the burial of its dead to- day. Starting at little groups of mourners followed body after body to the cemetery. Many times ihey were forced to scurry from under falling debris as rescuers searched for other bodies. Most of the dead were drowned That scores of lives might have been it authority garia is prepanng today to call 200.000 aimy rcsenes. The slights a itai t on a long The large Euiopean powers are doing their utmost to localize the war between Turkey and fear- lest other determining to mix into the game of involve all Euiope in one of the'great- believed the king of Italy will be satisfied when he has wrested Tnpoli peace. Under his present plan for ruling Tripoli after it becomes an Italian the Duke of commander of the Italian fleet and the king's will be governor. The picture shows the Regina Margherita. one of the Italian waiships engaged in the blockade threat-1 _ ful lest other determining to r Oct. est of nistoiy it is believe is denied there is highjaway from and will be ready for pe ithonty for the statement that Bui-1 Italian rnlnnv. the Hnke nf Abruzzi. comma ened movement into tho Turk-ten -pro- of Macedonia. Turkey is con centrtmg troops m Macedonia and Albania Army Being Massed. Oct received from Malta sajs that the Turks and Arabs are entrenching behind Tripoli. Sixty armed with hold a strung position fifty miles behind the tcwn m a country which is an excellent natural strong- hold An advance guard is stationed twentj miles from Tnpoli. The Turk- ish garrison has left the forts. Mobilization in Turkey is being Oct. hurried. Turkish troops have been against the program of the democrat- sent to Macedonia and along the ie Ohio congressmen for obtaining a Greek frontiers In spite of the gov-' special session of the legislature to ernment's pacific the fcar enact a congressional gerrymander persists that if the war with Italy measure aie coming to Governor Har- is prolonged a frontier incident will men from -many democratic legislat- occar which will unavoidably precipi- ors. tate a Turco-Greek war Today the governor received a It might even happen that public etiong verbal protest fiom State Sen- opinion will foice the government to ator H L- of Darke a State Senator From Darke County Says Congressmen Should Stand on Merits. It's the feller who ain't got enough property to interest Deal It Is By Anheuser-Busch Co. for Hotel. NEW DOCKS ARE PLANNED Boats to Land Near the It Is Will Boom Special to the Star-Journal. PUT-IN Oct. Hotel for two seasons will be re-opened next year under the con- trol of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co. of St. was today declared to be a certainty by good jit is leained from reliable sources that the Anheuser-Busch people have The appeal of a Sandusky as published in Monday's for the opening of a gymnasium in is not likely to go unheeded. Mon- day's paper had been off the press but a few minutes when the ap- peal and editorial comment at- tracted the attention of tjhe Rev. Ross W. pastor of the First Congregational who at once announced his hearty pathy with movement and his rlesire to have the Congregational institute gymnasium opened as as non-sectarian city institution. A short time later the church insti- tute committee met to consider plans for the reopen lug of the gymnasium in the interest of tha general public. If plans now under consideration can be worked out. it is- believed that the church Institute can he opened as a community and costin- even the tax WIlO Showered Jewels OH Her Are Fined immense Sums for sesaor who's always talking 'bout how much good he'd do if he wuz a million- If democratic who this great clamor for a redistnctmg of the state have rprn-ri thpv oueht Tint Jeouie People and ask re-election on their merits. If made th haye no llont to ask the legislatme to ir Senator Yount told Governor Har- EA.IN 1 orecast. iire. Local lains warmer. tonight or NEW October of and John R. of the two millionaires indicted for smuggling taken over from the Rvan a j ued as -such until SandusSry shall nave controlling interest in the the a Y. M. C. A. or Y. W. C. A. bttitd- deal being closed through negotiations j ing or both. To undertake the open- with C. W. Ryan of Toledo. Rumors j ing of the institute asnd conduct it to the same effect before this for general funds -will likely be the present year have alwajs drawn j necessary. Temperature at 7 a. one yeari 50. as the loss of Mrs Helen Dwelle Jenkins of a fortune in dia- denials from Mr. but now it is understood there is no question but that the deal has gone through. With the announcement of the change of control of the comes what appeal's to be reliable confirm- ation of the oft-printed story of the D. C.'s plan to build mammoth new concrete docks in front or close to the big hotel. It is said that this is sure to follow the rfeopening of the hotel the brewery backing. While some people have doubted the I read the Star-Jotcmal editorial with much Rev. Sanderson Tuesday. feel the city's need of just such an institution but feel that if there was a T. M. C. A. here there would be no need of oar institute being operated. Until suck a it is my opinion that it should be opened as a nott- seetarian for the public good. The present conditions of the church finances is such that -sya Sun rises Wednesday at 5'31 a. were fined Monday by Judge practicability of constructing 'sqvprt had not the first flood alarm in a war with the Balkans com- bdncontdeied a jo'l developed to- Pensation for its humiliation in fail- am u H W d dav James a said ing to resist the aggression of Italy that twice withhTlU days the fire ln Tripoli. Numerous telegrams reach- whistle had been blown fay would-be mS thp from tie provinces de- jokers. When the alarm came Satur- scribe feeling there as beginning to many thought it was another joke The people are clamoring and did not flee desperate resistance and reprisals E. Allen G2 a farmer living I against the Italians north nf reached here today' A dispatch recened here by a news after having dihen for 24 hours with agency from Vienna sajb that Count them hold their the body of his dead brother Von the Austro-Hungar- tied to the back of He was ian foreign has informed the mon that the special committee con- stopped bj the health authorities Italian ambassador that any further sifting of Senator Thomas A. Dean I Earle said he was near Costello with action by Italians on the Albanian Repirsentative W. D. Fulton. State' his biotner when tte fiood came He coast will make it necessary for Aus- oil Inspectoi W. L Finley and State drove ahead if the waters and escaped tn.j to disoatch warships thither. Commissioner H. hut the brother drowned. All day and Count Von Aet-renthal asked the am- appointed to diaft a gerrymander night he searched for the body and bassador how he reconciled Italy's win never frame a measure then tied it to his buggv to start for naval movements in the vicinitv of whi'h will get the endoisement of a his home. He became lost an1 wan- Albania with her declarations that majoritj of the democratic members dered another daj before reaching Rhe was kosp'pg her hands off the of the legislature. Austin. Balkan peninsula Advices from Buffalo say 400 men' The Constantinople correspondent arising from and school hoys will leave there to- the Londo-- sends the fol- it is -ittgal to aiil lju Oiu'iesmwwork here lowing and sets at 5-09 p. m. HougK Both pleaded guilty and Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours A11 flned OQO and Collins ending at noon 2o miles north-' east at four o'clock Tuesdaj after-1 No prison terms were given noon. them as it is estimated that wita estimated that wita the duties they will to pay on the -diamonds and jewelry which was on that side of the several ex- perienced 'vessel men have declared that it with proper dock facil- if Ii sustaining memberships for the priv- ileges it would I woold do er- tnat it wouia. witn proper QOCK men- erjibing possible to put the necessary make an admirable place for safeguards about it to keep it strictly passenger boat piers. Rival brewing companies now have control of nearly all available and de- showered upon Mrs. Dwelle JenkinB sirable property at or near the present their expenditure will reach at boat landings That the Anheuser- an instructor who conld- give his entire time to the institute is needed. If we could raise a fund from the general tha I and probably Busch Co. should want docks near its j church trustees -would he delighted to appears only natural have the plant used to its full capae- lends strength to the new dock re- lity. It costs money to run a gym- In the court loom Allen held his natty gray hat in front of his face so that he could neither be photo- graphed nor sketched Collins and port The Pabst company has control for practicaly every Y. M. of the Hotel Commodore on the bay' faces a deficit. An undertaking of in Vle-v of that is the democrats them- Money and clothing v.ill also be sent sultan many here as the people are destitute. A jng at the various shrine's He formal investigation to place the re- frequent audiences to the German am- sponsibility for the disaster was start- baSEador I am assured that at last ed by Prosecutor Nelson today. arubassdcr has proposed on the The head ot Mai v Karp a Bay- emperor.s -dvicp th t T fe less company steiiogranher was cede Tripoli to h found high on the hillside and brought h h to the morgue There was oardly a adeqrate bruise on the head It haa been _sev- ered below the chin L unil-ed statec' if is understood. us our is uslnS lts utmost bring mnl-nw n _ Russia gives reroated assurances' i the special session. consideied daily tufc govei'iun more photographers did several Mara-jside- Detroit and Sandusky companies that kind must be underwritten thons through the building before he i also nave interests. manner. Our church has not and Allen had completed all of the I---------------------------j the means or the membership to to details required of them before They 'f tninfc a community commii- could leave the edifice I I V tee should take charge as a commun- Mrs Helen Dwelle Jenkins was on 11 I 1 Sal ty enterPrlse- wistt tne business the same floor of the federal bnildms I I IUI I W men could be for if mepj- f while Allen and Collins were nrill IPM AAtlAnrfm are to be thus aid- she dirt not meet hor I I I mil UL tnose who need and desire WASHINGTON. Oct. friends. She had gone there to ap-l I U III Ili iilillir.lil f there must ments were completed today by the rear as a witness before the til UUI lUllLiVIUi a guarantee fund behind it. Any of Respect and Regret Received From Ali Over Globe. navy depaitment for a state funeral sill for Admiral Schley. call j rnosL It .will be the 'jury that is invssiigating asother phase of the Allen smuggling case or ftre-cus- DENVER. Oct. Taft f____ i____ __ I At 'one who is at all speak to members of the institute 1Q PHARRFn I b b M AH b t U since the death of President Mckin-' toms who participated in i rived in Denver today for a busy I It is understood Mrs. Schlev has clearing the Jenkins haesage on the sion of entertainment and speech-mak-'' 'accepted the plans for intetment at' Lusitante. It is alleged at least ing. His principal address was to be Husband Denies That He Hasiged His Wife to a Rafter and Tells Weird Tale. Arlington Warships will fire a salute as the body is lowered and American of these Wolrott vhere and Mrs J the before the conservation congress Oct. sn'ps all over the world nil drop theii went from the flags to half mast. The body IP expected to arrive hero this evening and wall be taken to the I wliprp ssrviotis will be held Telegrams and cable- Preaching federal control of natural At a recent meeting of the id trustees of the the insti- atter was referred to a com- consisting of Messrs. J. jr. H. W. parsons and G. resources to an audience of lO.noo iA- Juclson. This committee met Mon- Senator Baldwm inhtnation for the residenfe sor- find there each was given bv westerners opposed to the i n'Snt considered plans for len I President Taft today told the public Ithe re-oppnmg of the not At hearing M- convention he could not agree insisted upon Tudse Hough imposing'with them. The convention had adopt- a prison sentence upon the defen-1-j ed resolutions favoring state control. nuts Mr Smith who lost his sister ijtij 1 Only the body'thatshe Wl11 and other relathes of his father. John E m the been The otheis are leek-' A special ed in the mins. speak for the people of he state of complications 1m been formed to ipcrait volunteers for the coimtn's From all parts pervia and Montenegro great mili- Ol X D. a planter near near row and tub ite to the dead. says his wife was attacked bj an un Admiral GeoriP close know 4 man and hanged to a rafter the barn. His two year old daughter was the witness to th'3 -lonkms was so .reat that MAN MUST SERVE 17 YEARS moicied h'm to her purposes as I but as onp for the good of the ig people of the entire community. I The committee favors steps may lead to co-operation by the state Y M. C. A. Business and profession- al men who aie interested in tarj is repo-tcd Turkish re- tragedy The cororeis' inquest ver- inforcemonts been sent to Tpn-' diet stated that the woman of Schlev will be one of the fig.ires at the funeral. Secretarv of the Mover with of other high officials Will paitlcipate I Christian GeJtrer Two Cases was only o'd when Allen.i Of Appeal in Ohio Supreme was then became owes us the bodies of our beloved ones For hours been sent to Tpn-' statea tnat tne woman was have been in the ruins how much wsh Turkish official declared by unknown Cope FIXDLAT Oct Geoige W Car- longer will the commonwealth leave that Turkev had net yet begun hos- 8 dramatic recital of a wnle letummj .stumbling bis wife's body fell on tne stf-w t'U When on Page when he entered the barn. was picked up he was drad them The state should have1 men working heie now i Smouldering flames the debris' burst foith anew in the wreckage but it is not believed that any bodies were burned. Austin stands to a man against the suggestion that it may be necessary to put the toich to her ruins. Feeling runs and should the health authorities be forced to this extremity theie is no foretelling the result The Pennsyl- vania state constabulary holds the town in its howeier. and troop- ers will remain here until Commis- sioner Dixon the word tc go. Twenty-four known eighty- six and believed to be bunsd beneath the is the official cen- sus of Austin's loss of life. It is that sev- if not visitors and stran- were in town that day and un- doubtedly perished Including and allowing for inevitable errors in the total of dead prob- ably will reach 150. Twenty-one of tho tventy-four bodies recovered have been identified and of the miss- ing hope is enteitained that some may yet be accounted for. The single line of wire between Austin and the ..outside world car- ried an urgent for workmen to the mayors of Buffalo and Pittsburgh. Samuel state commissioner of supreme IP command at Aus- wircg earti vf-tiie are in nml of laborers to as- sist in -work. Desire about 400 sent in a bunk Please advise us what you .ran dc. Woik consists if recovering dpati bodipi ruins Please tflesrapb' what assistance you Dan HERE'S ANOTHER VIEW OF FLOOD RUINS AT SHOWING AWFUL DEVASTATE N. J offering suggestions. Those who en- i joy the benefits of a gymnasium and jler i institute should also tell the- Iirmpnateh pfter thev hid raid' of theii opinions lhe.r Allen and Collins COLUMBUS. 0 Oct. supreme' The ms'itute was opened from sprved with snpoenas to anneir as court today gave Christian of Tannarv to March this year under before ie srraud jurv th it a double dose when it upheld charge of J. B. who investigating the inspectors involv- the lower courts in two separate sen-i acted as smng his ser- ed tences passed upon him One was free- Tll3S enabled those m sentencp for forgery and thp charee of the iPstHnw to make the _ other seven years for burglary snd larceny. fee for four month's benefit at Geiger must begin at figure of S1.50. serving a total of 17 A ears The burg-1 lary and larcpny sentence grew out of- the torturing of Jasper Yoakam. an i ST Oci Too president of the high court and his farnilj near Lima of justice at Abo Finland was shot 'u efforts to make him confess the dead by an who immediately ins place of their money. killed himself. ENGINEER TO REPORJ ON PLANT Municipal Lighting Committee Recommends Expert Advice and Councilmen Expect to Act Soon. This bordered by crumpled piles of wrecked homes and business shows mam path of the HooJ through A recommendation for the employ- is that action ment of a electrical engi- will be taken. ness to study local conditions and re- 11 at most of their data had port on the advisability ot a ITU- gctK-H-a from ofhor cities was i nicipal plant was embodies in the su'ienient in and long expected report of the municipal formation was not lighting which ro-iri it ciently reliable for -r the council meeting Monday judgment on the sut- and adopted. wore also important i s a According to the the toriu.ual which or in services of such a competent expert pert could snid thr- would cost from to Coun- Councilmen hope to in et- cil's adoption of the committee's ideas pe'-t fom him o fait 9o of did not carry along with that iho question of issmi for it tho making of an appropriation for a municipal aM the necessary which nvo or information on m b not be done d aiture meeting nut tod to ihe voters KWSPAPERl lEWSPAPLRf ;