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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. THE HOME PAPEK FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SEPTEMBER LAST EDITION NUMBER Italian Battleships Are Expect- ed to Make Demonstration. Ultimatum Is Delivered. MASSACRE IS FEARED AS TURKS BEAR ARMS General Strike May Be Ordered By Socialists in Italy if Hostilities Sept. 27. Italian government has de- livered an ultimatum to Turkey demanding that the latter agree to an occupation of Tripoli. The ultimatum states that unless Tur- key replies before tomorrow the province will be occupied without further discussion. CALLS THEM PESTS. Sept. 27.- Before an audience of 500 Jelfer- sen Medical college students and tneir fi lends Dr. J. Chalmers Da noted roundly scored the callins them pests that infest and gesting they be called neuter male or but third Woman's supreme conceit and man's wretched abjeetapss are responsible for a class of the human a lace of such as exists among the he said. members of the third sex grasp futilly for masculine stiength and sacrificing in the attempt the the the elevating influences of genuine President Kline Says Unless Conference Is Allowed Men Will Strike. INJUNCTION IS GRANTED Raise War Rates. Sept. opti- mistic views on the continent anti-war policies on the Turkish-Italian situa-i ._ tion advanced sharply in Trip-1 Four Non-union Strikebreakers oh the situation is most The native Turks have armed eelves and the Italian merchants have been compelled to flee. A private telegram here says Italian warships ___are lying 20 miles off shore. The Kalian residents fear a massacre and have fled. Plan Demonstration. Two Italian bat- tleships and four torpedo boats pass- ed here today headed tor Tripoli. It la believed Italy plans a demonstra- tion of strength and also to prevent the landing of Turkish troops. May Cali Strike. Sept. general strike in Italy has not materialized but the socialist leaders declare every union man in the cities is ready to strilce when ordered oat The major- itv of the newspapers deplore the sub- jection of an anti-military demonstra- tion under pnasent conditions and pressure is being brought to bear on the leaders to abandon the idea. The English colony in Tripoli today sent an appeal here asking the govern- hieiit to come to its aid. Numbers are Badly Beaten in New Or- leans Riot By statp.- ment here today J. W. interna- tional president of the bllacksmiths and declared an ultimatum had been served on the Harriman line officials in New that unless a conference is granted by noon tomor- row with the officials of the system federation all members employed by the Harriman lines will strike. Vice President Kruttschnitt has gone to New Yoik to confer with the road of- ficials. Kline said everything possible was being done to arrive at a settlement of the difficulties He said the work- ers realized a strike would greatlj in- jure business. Injunction Allowed. NEW Sept. Il- linois Central raihoad obtained an in- junction in the federal couit here to- day restraining striking freight clerks from interfering with the Broad's bus- iness. This court action follows the GATES TO WED TONIGHT fanable to get out of Tripoli as the attack by clerks on strikebreak- Italian steamships refused them j ers when four non-union men were passage. British and French steam- terribly crs will be rushe'd to relieve the situa- tion. Official announcement was .made at flome that the Italian charge d'affairs fit Constantinople has presented to the porte a note to the effect that the dispatch of Turkish military trans- ports to Tripoli ''is regarded as a most fierious A message direct from Tripoli was received. It said- Son of Late Financier Will Take Bride for Tour of Country in Private Car. DESTRUCTION OF FRENCH BATTLESHIP BY POWDER EXPLOSION IN MAGAZINES POINTS OUT DANGER TO NAMES OF OTHER NATIONS. COMPANY B DEAD. Within the last ten five members of of this who served in tfie Sanish- American had haga- man carried the list of dead and now h'is own name is appended. The list William B'.att. George Rhonehouss. Horace Charr.beriain. Mertel Gassman. Julius Milter. Thomas Hagsman. Wll HE m Taken in Resort and Later in the Police Station. WAS TO REPORT CO. B DEATHS AT A REUNION Naval authorities of all the great nations of the world are turning in- quiring ejes upon their own battle- ships since the explosion that sent the French fighting vessel Liberte to the bottom of Toulon with a loss of hundreds of lives. It is de- clared that danger of a similar catas- trophe exists aboaid United States war WAS BRIDE OF SIX MONTHS craft. Mr minister of marine cf and Vice Admiral have begun an investigation of the calamity. Arrow Wbertt Explosion Occurred iThomas Hagaman Had Served Mrs. Patterson in Jail Claims in Spanish-American Murdered IVian Sold Her to Suspect Robbery Weaithy Man for _____________ I Carrying with him a roll of the- in B in the which he intended to report at the arnoal reunion of the SixljH regiment in Thcmas of Sartdufr- was suddenly stricken in To- Tuesday night ar.d died at S o'c'ock Wednesday morning in the Laorange street police sta- tion hosoital. There were fivo names on the list of dead and Hagaman became the sixth be- fore he couid reasrt. Tha list was headed w'th the name of formerly of Kelleys Island. vno was drowned in ths Nemo disaster in Maumeee bay several weeks Blatt had served in company B. While Coroner Henzler held that- Hagataan'c death was due to cere- bral there is coasiderable about the case and the To- ledo police are investigating. His pa- pers indicated the man's but Wife Says She Suffeied Fromj His Abuse and Shot Him in Self Colo. Sept for to a wealthy Chicago man her husband. Mrs Gertiude Gibson Pattersou. in jail here for killing flankly told the story of her unhappy lite to the police. She names Emil W. of Chi- as the mah who bought her with the understanding that the husband j was to ask no questions after they i had taken a trip to Europe She also says that her husband used this as a i scheme for blackmailing Strouss and also made her support him working only three months after they JELEPHONE COMPANY MERGER HEARING SEJ HIS FIRST She Ore first JU was some time before the identity transaction occurred when she was could be fully established. bride of three months. In the state- ment she Charles A Patter- sold me to Emil Strouss three Sept. first' from making connections with the hearing of the new Ohio public utilit- toll lines of any other firm les commission on the merging of I or individual withoiS written consents t telephone companies will be held a j of the Bell. The applications for mer- i s week from next Friday when the cases i ger authority declare that the present of Ashtabula and Delawarp will be duplication leaves business un- taken up. The Central Unjoa Tele- profitable for the companies or 1m- phone company desiies tu seil out to poses an undue burden on the the independent company in both cas- The Bell exchange in Delaware these heing the first applications of- unused-exchange at. Radner Is the-kind to'be considered. j placed at which the Before authorizing the mergers Citizens company is tor pay. An Sept. was just 56 jears ago Tuesday when John D. Rockefeller receiv- t. f. r ed his first in this city and was married' to him he celebrated the anniversary by went abroad Wlth Mr Strouss and raising the stars and stripes the lremamed Europe for a short time. top of the flag staff at Forest hill devoted Ms time and at- Then he broke his rule estab- football and baseball and hshed some time ago not to be in- I depended upon me for his support. commission must appraise the proper-1 estimated annual saving of is Sept. 27 are alarmed at the sit- Charles G. son of the late John nation growing out of the Gates aEd Miss Fiorenca Hop- i the ntention of Italy to occupy Tripoli wood will De at the in defiance of the Turkish govern- home of tne Drjde's S. T. Hop- tnent An Arab revolt is feared All1 ties involved and certify to the secre- tary of state that the public interest will be promoted. The commission then will fix the rate to be charged under the mergers. Two applications for exchange of service between local independent companies and the Bell long distance lines also were filed Under the serv- ice exchange contracts submitted for approval3 local companies in Mt. Sterling and Van Wert will receive 25 per of the tolls collected from long distance business by claimed for Delaware telephone sub- scribers. The Asntabula property is listed at to which is for local toll lines whicl- are to be surrendered. The claimed sav- ing to Ashtabula county customers Is foreigners who can are fleeing has- tily. Every available boat leaving here is crowded with _It is that the Italian government repudiates the suggestion that sne is seeking compensation for or territorial bui complains that Turkey has offered -systematic every at- tempt at pacific Italian expansion and development in Tripoli. Italy is fully determined to insist that she be no longer placed in such a position of in- feriority. The Turkish ambassador to France Rifaat said at Paris that he did not know whether Italv designed to attempt to occupy but that Turkey would maintain the integrity the empire. unlike Bos- nia and is not divided oy races or he all ate Mohammedans. Tripoli is a but a vital member of the empire. If the focal com- panies establish branch their part of the revenue will be in- wood at AfterThe creased Telephone instruments may ceremony the couple will make a tour be rented from the Bell at a of the country in Gates' tmvate car. delivered in the headquaiters for this territory. The frequently announced purpose of tie Bell interests to work toward a long distance fed through independent local exchange companies is safeguarded in the proposed ex-1 change prohibit the T001CSON AT GUM'S POINT Man Enters Home Where Child Is left By Mother and Holding Family at Bay Escapes. Sept entering the front door the D. Valentine Ora Newbolt of Cin- cinnati Mr. and Mrs. Valen- tine with a revolver and demanded his 5-year-old left there by -the child's mother. A moment' later be burst open the door of the room where the child slept and disappeared with the child. This was the story the police. The child was found at the home of A news disptch from Rome says its grandmother here. Newbolt can- -that general strike throughout Italy not be a warrant haying been will be declared within twenty-four hours. The socialists have ed for the movement as a against the occupation of it is expected that the strike be rigidly enforced in all the princi- pal cities. The alone of the Italian oppose the Tnpohtan program of the government sworn out. He and. his wife parted a year ago. Four Members of Family Die Under Suspicious Circum- Arrested. Sept. demo- cratic members of the legislature will agree in advance on a congressional reapportionment bill and confine them- selves to such a bill entirely while in Governor Harmon call a special session of the ac- cording to a report today. NEW Sept. Headed by Senator Thomas member of one of the citvsia number of leaders were in confer- snost prominent was ence here discussing the possibilities ed today charged with murder follow- of an extra S6Ssion. If the one bill the death of her sister j pian js to the session would from opium poisoning. Within the i not jast over three or four days. nouncement the caused this an- l kept a Doarding in Chicago to be telephoned to and lle slept half tlje day and drank ____ thiough the greater part of the night 'flag is over Forest men engaged in Hill today in memory of fifty- wWte slave traffic. During his six years ago when I secured m serious illness with I my first and onlr situation the 1 or- warding and commission house of Hewitt Turtle on the river. I am very grateful for this mem- ory. John D. my Ohio Executive Attends Fair in Bucks to Talk to Farmers. I me Saturday gagement for Tax Commission Almost Quad- ruples Valuation of Prop- erty in State. The valuation of the Logan Natural Gas a subsidiary of the Standard Oil Co. and which furnish- es the natural gas supply for Sandus- defense.'1 strength gave out. knew I had not seen Strouss since I came back from Eu- rope on the trip to which he had given Ms consent for a money consid- eration. Patterson's health failed and he was obliged to come to I came with him and took care of him. was willing at all times to look after him and nurse him. During the months that my husband worked after we were his pastime I was beating me before Be left the j in the morning and again when I he returned at night. telephoned night to make an en- Monday morning. I learned on Sundav from a married sister living in Chicago that Patter- son had filed suit against Strouss. He met me Monday and agreed1 to with- draw the complaint on condition that I should deed to him all my posses- sions Then came the quarrel an3 his attack on me. I shot him in self- Van Wert and Mt. Sterling companies COLUMBUS Sept. Fremont and numerous other cit- Hnrmon Mt this morning for Bucks'ies in of the was in- nnvmlTio- iVvr -m 1 UL m- ft T- i 11 JnerTte will address creasgd from to SUlCiDES AT LODGE ALTAR the fanners at the annual fair to be held at tomorrow. by the state tax commission Tuesday. As announced in Tuesday's Star- Jour- The Star-Journal leained that Hag- armm had Jeft Sandusky Tuesday ening for that he carried list of company B and also se- cured a description of the man. this was furnished Toledo authorities the description -was found to tally with that of the bodv. while the fate- ful list of B dead was found in a coat According to Toledo Haga- man was taken suddenly ill in re- sort at 444 Brie street Tnesday sight. How he came to be in the place not known but one theory is. that was decoyed there and tBeft givea soise poispnous drug. There that he had robbed. The man was suffering greatly when the police vere apparently from a and be was removed to St Vincent's hospital. Later lie was ken to the Lagrange street police tion where he died Wednesday morn- ing. Hagaman was employed by Frank a Union Corners au4 frequently went to Toledo. He left his home about 6 o'clock Tuesday ev- presumably to come to Saa- but Mr. Hart believed he going to Toledo. Hagaman was gives before he started but bow addition Is not a dark suit' ot money he had in known. He wore This item in itself is of little interest nal' the valuation of all gas com- until it is stated that the Bucks ln e sta_te was increased from ty fair is held in the thickness of the to Woodiow Wilson strength. No one seems to know just who in-. Governor Harmon to attend the at even greater increases. A but the invitation came instance of this was the Fre- j less and it was accepted. When friends mont Gas of Governor Wilson beard that the Aro llnohlatn Toll ollio executhe to attend the fair Ale UnaoietO immediately got busy and invited was increased from Prominent Suffering From El While th's increase is some individual companies were put Kneels and Own life. Takes to Co- supplyin Whether Halley's Pet Is a Year Late or Not. N Sept. ying on his back at the foot of an a lodge room in the Masonic and with a pistol near the body of T. L. sr.. was by Sept. comets are approaching were such that he could not accept the invitation and his friends were m de- spair Then one of them asked whether or the not Governor Wilson knew that according to the savants at the TJni- crnor Harmon was to be a guest at The governor did not know Ohio executive was to be and just as soon as he found this fact out to a certainty he changed Erie although it is not yet known how the value will he appor- tioned among the counties in which the company operates and through irc3 its lines pass. ted States naval and the neither bears tags for purposes of that the THINK THIS OVER. NEGRO GRANTED REPRIEVE Members-6f Legislature Meet to Discuss Governor Wants Limit. One of the new comets is known .._..-___w_.. now as Brooks' comet It is said to his cancelled a western engage-' Thomas of Given' be swooping toward the earth at an ment so that he could be a guest of J enormous rate. By the end of this the of and so I week or the beginning of with 'will be there Fridav. or one dav af-1 'conditions the comet can be ter Governor Harmon delivers I seen wiih the naked eje. speech The speech of the Ohio The second comet was discovered ecutive will be entirsly non-political. I by Prof. Quinisset of Javier. accord- but will be in the nature of a hpart to Would you rather try to get a Until December 15 to Appeal His Case. COLUMBUS. Sept. Circleville murderer _-. to be electrocuted mg to a cablegram received from Keil peart talk with the farmers or one a reprieve by Gov- observatorj. The comet was first the most prosperous farming commun- rrnor Harmon until Dec 15 seen by Quinisset on Sept 23 in right ities in the United States ascension. 14 hours 24 minutes and 46 seconds and declination plus 75 degrpes and 4 minutes. The daily motion 's 3 degrrcs and the comet can be seen through an opera glass. man interested in your proposition BEFORE the day's or AF- TER it. Do you think a woman is in the mood to consider your spec- ial sales when her mind is en- grossed with the burden of a hun- dred things to .Wouldn't it be better to talk to her AFTER than BEFORE the daily work Isn't an afternoon newspaper the medium for you to a light felt hat and carried watch. Arriving Hagaman met members of the old company B and fiom them reeerved reports. Includ- ing a list of members who had die4 ctiiiicg The to at thai- regimental reunion at Bryan. He left heie- at over the Lake Shore Electric and said be intended to main in Toledo night and go OB to Bryan in the morning. He drew small pension for his Spanish war serv'ce and always carried his pen- sion papers with him. Hagaman was unmarried. The body is being held in a Toledo undertaking awaiting word from lelatives or from Mr. tie man's employer. Local Spanish war vet- erans will provide burial if the rela- tives desire it Hagaman was a farmer a man who could always- be depended upon to report for said Captain Charles E. for- mer commander of company B. when the sixth member of our company ta die the latt ten months. Ha never missed a regimental even if no one else from the old com.- Captain Stroud at once sent a to regimental officers at them of the death. MUST FACE GRAND JURY -'omy is about as pop- Borilrrell Rules That Attorney for MeSamaras Must Tell of Attempted Bribery. past year Miss Crawfordfe parents and another sister have died sudden- The congressional committee takes the position that it is not incurnbent She will be charged wUb. Ohio's democratic congressmen to quadruple murder the initiative in the movement for The of Elsie Crawford was today and a minute autopsy be performed. Associates or the accused gxrl say that while she tras employed at a New Orleans saui- she mftdp a study of the effects the sentiment of the national demo- cratic leaders when they pointed out that the Ohio democracy will be cen- snred if it permits the next congres- ot opiates. The police believe the sional election to be held under the girl had a mar. PS an ally and pre- present republican gerrymander. If diet other arrests. All democrats reach a caucus agree- a special session the cpn-- gressmen said they reflecting econ- amusement IT'S NO CRIME TO KILL A MAN POLITICALLY ASSERTS LEO PUT UNDER PEACE BONDS a toott Lady Biancbard's Must Serve Time for Assault Upon Brother-in-Law. Pa.. Sept. echo of the pretty romance between Fred Gessner and Charles A Lehrer Lady Blanchanl a local smger who kill Lehier and Nat Cronen- testified to the threats having been appeared in grand opera in of made by Horn in their piesonce last the larger Enronean cities and t Fnday night m a saloon fellows are Horn am as innocent as a Leo Horn said that he intended to foinier waterworks superintend- ent. politically as and not in the in the peace warrant said sworn oat against him by the latter born babe 1 wouldn't hui t m Squire Dietrich's court. This is a trumped up rough the political 'V.'c weie all having members of the Crawford familj arc undtr surveillance. ment on a Mil it is probable a session will called. LOS ANGELES. Cal. Sept. torney of council for the McXairara brothers. tell the grand jury Monday of the farts re- his reported attempts to j I bribe Mrs. D. H. cf San i not to testify against the' M'rNamaTas. j I This was the ruling of Judge Bord- iwell when Harrington was called and sets at p. 'frro iiirn CqUse why he should1 not be punished for contempt. Maximum wind velocity for 24 and Horn was guilty of hurt somebody So it will cost from disease She twi in tor the McXamaras 1 hours endinc at non today. 27 .miles tempt of court sixteen times by actual or his just fareo hundred Desarto when he her today said Harrington would tell theinortheast at Wednesday morn- coant. for constantly interrupting the dollars to Mil n Sandusky citizea in sons Her story of j grand jury thing. .testimony of the the future. ithe court was taovt a viniioso formerly connected with the was heard m crinnna' court Oesarto charge -with aseaolt and batter j by B W a jood in-law. Tne Judqe hcnttnipd the VIA which Horn tried to hand drinking that he whom Lady Blanrhard referred to ers this even phase the justire. who ataressing l-pJirer and Cronrnwett' her as npr to the f 1 hr j bojnd him over td the common pleas fellows had jiist as many as house for r'rmths wnie. i in the sum of to keep did. I didn't mean and Lady Bbirhorrt is known to cooler. peace Wednesday morning. 1 didn't think you would give me vate life a.- Tlo Ford anil Is Temperature at 7 a. one year' But before the curtain was rung of the Carneuie famllv She ago 65. down on the last sr-ene. there were- a man's like you her firsf big aucoess Vldttto tt i Sun rises Thursday at a. m. some ludicrofcj doings m the sedate he's liable to lull de-1 opera In eourt room The tiial was very in- clared Squire Dietrich. ''I won't have Today she is scarcely abte to nobody being represented by people holdins me responsible if you above a whisper and SPAPFRf ;