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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION STAR-JOURNAL. Supplies, Ammunition and Men Cross Border Despite U. S. Patrol. FEDERAL TROOPS ARE BEING HELD IN CHECK Crowds On American Side Saw Skirmish Which Proved to be a Fiasco EL PASO, Tex Feb residents and the federal soldiers are in a quandary today because of the postponement of the attacK of the rebel army on the city which has oeen pendinj for four days It is thought that General Navarro with federal reinforcements is being held in check in the south and it unable to reach JuareJ. Supplies am munition and rren are daily being taken across the border to aug ment the rebels despite the vigor ous patrol of United fetates troops The rebels toduv are stionjjy for lined and it would be impo s jle for the fedudls even If icinforcements emve to dislodge them General Bianco with his command is expect pd lo dnive dt Geneial Oiozcos camp loda Late vesterday afternoon a big band of insurgents lode out ot the moun lams o the nvei opposite lieie be tvvt n Fl Paso and ihe ri Paso smelt e on the side less than two tm'et north of Juarez Tl e hills to their rear seemed full of men They OR COOK ON STAGE NEW lORK teb Fred erick A Cook e Noun Pole discoveiei viiii go on the "stage, accoidl r; to the anijunr ment of a vdudeviile. hen todai He will open in New lOrk weel with mo in- p c tn e accompin ment idling of his con1 overbv with scientist Uses Big Stick on Recalcitrant Senate Democrats With Good Effect. completel> from the wect ended Jiare' The on the hills fired the legulais in [he nvei bed Several other shots tcllowed from nsui gents mnks and Ire fedeials started ictieating towaid Juarez and the filing ceased the leb Els holding then position A lenorter law thiee federals fall Bullets fell Mnong the Ainmc uio watching the light from the Texas side The figU took pla e just opposite tl c Globe BJur mills loea ed ncai the point (fhere old Foit u ed to op At t 40 the h fl ceased fl tag I edeial cavalrv refused to nre Americans peered the cavalrv Jnen An alel to Cant Delgado said that Ihe msuriectos wtie compelled to tome to the ilvei for water and were Attacked bj the federals who endeav Hed to drive the bacl without sue less He says all the msunecto lorces m noithern Chimuahua are tethering here for an assault on Ju krez and the assault will begin just is soon as the forces get together their first icti at the feder- jls advanced against Ihe in-uircrtos The rebels began slowlv i cheating m to the hills gght n' as t iej wert Hundreds of EI Pasnans on the hills a. Texas watched the fight NEW 'MILK TICKET' BALLOT Senator Dole's. Bill has Ap- proval ofGovemoi and Leaders and May Pass COLUMBUS 0 leb Govrno Harmon is determined that much pro gressivc legislation shall be enactei at this session md he the Ore gon pi m of united Statts sen ii3mc SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 19T SEAL WAB SCENES ABE BEING ENACTED JUST ACBOSS BORDER IN MEXICO, WHEBE BEBELS SEEK OVEBTHBOW OP GOVERNMENT NUMBER 103 hsists His Bill Will Have a Ma- jority of Fourteen in the ____ House. IOME LOSSES, ALSO GAINS Do Not Want Delay And So There Will Probably Be Early Vote, COLUMBl SO Feb 8 Mv bill nil the nouse bv a majoiitv of 4 votes, said Dean ipfeii ng the bill amending the county option v He said that the poll had bt n cade right aft i thp election and he rould not chingc it While the bill tad lost sevo al votes it had also, ampd some ai d th lesiilt wo ilel not a changed The temperai cc commit I 60 will at pibhc feanng on the holding back he bus brought out a big stick and is holding scions with soire of the recalcitrant mem bera The governor has demanded tha the bill b cnac ed as it stanas Sen atois have told that the govemol will tolerate no amendments Hugh L Nichols ehiirnian of the demo- critic executive committee came to act as chief aid to the governoi He El rtRI ING will remain until the Stockweli bil has passed the senate The fight of Ccv Harmon lined up demociatic sei ators who have been against the bill mill there were not to exceed foul demociatic senators about whom was the doubt The govemor is woiking on these foui and ib certain of absolute control Last vvepk the b 11 was dead ap parently It had been indefinitely postponed in a hostile committee Members of the committee Absolutely refused to permit the bill to reach the senate floor Reactionaries appeared to have sufficient strength to defeat an effoit to take the bill from the committee Compromise was prom ised and a caucus of senate demo ciats called to make it effective Sen ators Green Dole Cetone Stockwell and Hudson were appointed d sub commitee to diaft a substitute A majontv of the committee favoied a prlmail on election day and against any populai expression be- tween party candidates was Stockwell s only dependable sup Confident of then position the re- act onanes received the greatest shock of their lives when Gov Hai mon told this committee that the party could keep faith with the pub he onlv bj putting the senatorship as nearly into the hards of the peo pie as the federal constitution permits GOT ei nor Harmon and Utornej General Hogaa are still firmlj of the opinion that of the legisla ture is valid pge faa that thoV ha-s Joined In case that will se- cure a decision of the matter from the ipreme couit is 4a- indication of a change of opinion on -their pait Thej were induced to join m the test case niamlj by peisistent deviations from John H Clarke and Janreg R Garfleld o Cleveland that the session is uncon stitutional Unless the session is held constitutional there will be chaos The state will be without a let Islatme until next vear and Gov Harmon will no authoi tj to call an extra I ordinary session Theie will be no wav to apnromate a dollai to pay sal anes of emploves from the gove noi down or an, othei fKed chaige The emeigeicj bcorel will have U act as the legislahue and borrow in. IMPROVISED MOSMTAJ RECIPROCITY CAMPAIGN WASHINGTON D C Feb 8 Taft todaj announced a three-daj campaign for reciproc ifcj through Illinois and Ohio leaving Washington tomonow night Friday will be spent dt the Corn show in Columbus and Saturdiy afternoon he will ad dress the Illinois legislatuie In the he deliver a Lin coin address at a banquet Canadian Reciprocity, Tarif Board and Direct Election of Senators Doomed. (Continued on Pace 3) pic on the------------------------------- ill to he given tcnionow night hold MISSIMfi PfKTMflCTCP h" hall of the house foi the. use I "U members of the leg slaturc" onlv me galleij being open to visitoib ach side will be given one hour The fight raging ovr the bill has een aisoibnig all imln ,ilatp llltel st l the session Both sldij, ir noil than thev eve wi keel are i be house is overrun with wet nd div vioriers vva laving men ere from b fon biealtas until afier lidnight The arc followed to their itels and boaiding places and haidlv llowed a onance foi unmt rrupted eep Ttw postmastPi is working con Untlv to distribute the tho isand of :tteib and telegrams pouiinj, in from eveiv township in the state The drvs ire supplementing >nal argiments with wnttpn and rmted communications and hundreds t bnlkv petitions The wets are spending laigelv on direct appeals There mav be a vot on mak ig the bill -i special ore! r when 1 sported T1 at remains to b deter Ined bv supporters of the bill Tne ifets believe thev have the in sixtv votes and are for irly actioa Thty feai losing rength Unongi- delav Their ch eT >ncern is m the atti tide of Oov Har- on Fnough democrat to deter Ine the oitconu now ar readv to ite for tha nill who would on record agajps it if thev he 'ved that course hf'p vermr No word h-> leal ed out >m th" cxwutiip oflice and none is Several administration offi to NOW BELIEVED ALIVE SENATE WON'T PASS THEM Changesjjkely to be Made in Pulp and Section of Agreement, WASHINGTON D C Feb The three big bills ot the senate this session the Canadian reciprocity Ihe Taft ptipiaftent tariff boaid and the direct election ot senators will not be passed despite the powerful in fiuenre that President Taft will ex ert foi the first two and the nation wide den and for the lattei according predictions todaj >t v leading men r ere Senator Lodge of Massachusetts is eadmg the fuht on the duect ion of senators and Senator Bailey of Texas is of the movement to defeat the tariff board bill That President Taft will call an ex ra session of confess if the ree-p roclty treaty is not adopted before March 4 wa th" positive rton of ane of Massachusetts and Barter of Montana win hela a con ferenc" with the president todav He put it up to C ane and Carter to have the pass the trealv As a lesult of the growing that the TH r and wool pulp pnvis ions of th" i 10 it> as e" lont will ALL STILL HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN Friends Of The Babies Are Trying Hard To Gam a Lead For Favorites Through This Week's Double. Vote Offer. Only three days more and the last offer of Double Votes 111 the grand JoTO prize babv contest of the Star Journal will expire Close isnt it' The offer is good onlv until 9 o clock neiday evening Isn t that enough to make you feel a little bit namcky to make you sit down and take stocic of jour wasted moments' This is going to be positively the last offer of Double Votes and if >ou have the best interests of -jour little darling at heart if 5011 are at all ambitious for it vou will gne heed to the contest managei s warning and you 11 pitch in forthwith and make the few final homs iemamme before the expiration of this offei fairlv bum with the industrv 'on will show Let us pause foi a moment to pic hue what is going to happen for the baby who wins competition In going to be this lecoid breaking the first place she paid 00 m gold go This money will pass into the hands of the babys paients 01 other guar dian if the oarents be dead im mediatelv upon the close of the con test Whether this money be placed in the bank in the name of the little darling theie to draw interest and fairlj double uself while the luck? child is attaining its Mjonty is no concern of this newspaper for th-> paients will of couise do what they think best undei the circumstance But in addition to this the winning babj is going to be crowned the little king or queen of brie co mtj and vicimts the most pomlar babv heie- abouts and its name is going m everv ones mouth It is going to attain to an undoing fame its gom? to have a niche it its, own m the hall of fame and in a social wav it is going 10 be placed on a par with anj othei babv m this localitj Is Your Favorite to Win' Are vou going to be the fatnei he mother tl o grandfather giaiid mother ami uncle 01 othei lelativc of this fortunate little bate' rhati show 1 BREAD WEIGHT REQUIRED LORAIN O Feb 8-The citj council las passed two orclin inces, that the name of the maicer-snd the weight shall be stamped on all biead sold in the citv and that all oleo lard and buttei tftwpo 10U lo If >ou show JIM sitions shall1 have stamped upon lk Sieafet activity than tn- o'heis them their exact weight when I 'ust a llttle mole energ nil eletei sold to purchasers THE WEATHER t-o (.e. st Oenerallv fa l t I night and Coluer to frl me a 7 a m df _ lo ime rature ore e-ai ago deg MI u e, II irsdo at l a m ml et at 4 p m audaru J t! i t M txlnutl l winei vp e t for 4 ulii u to-H 1 milt, no tl w t it t 4) die i i mornii Woman Arrives In Flint While Sheriff Seeks Her In Two States. No Quorum and Adjournment Prevented Action On Put- in Bay Measure. DEFENSE OF SLAIN WOMAN t __ Slorv of forn er Sandusky Man Alleged Criminal Opera- tion Declared Fake, 'FRISCO AGAIN VICTORIOUS Coist City Bj Sena'e Committee for Exposition To Win9 STAR JOIRN VI, IH KLU Muns v rii il JSHINGTON D C leb s foils to bring ih Pern nt nni il bill up in the ho se met wit' filluie vetterdav owing o [out-, f m quo nun mart Iv Mlcjiof Congn snian Kellel elldeavoi d to bung the bill to the itl-ntnn of the 'Vf l-Ull S UOUlt elf 110 and the niotioi ot Republic m Dwight to adjourn otfset ihe of I the Ruekcje The bill will tp brought up again on the next suspension ekav and if it fails then it wil be brought in under a special ink Ihc senate committee on indiistuoi expositions bv a unanimous vote to dav deeided to report for adoption the bill providing that the Panama evpo sition be held m ban Fiancisco It looked verj much this afternoon as it foimer Aitornev General Denmaii will be named foi fed ral j idM" at Cleveland The president determined vesteidav to appoint Dennnu but igrced to withhold the nomination un ti Senate Burton and Dick tould confer with him this afternoon flm man seems the probable choice how- ever I K Langdon republican flooi lea dei of the Ohio house is here at the invitation of President Taft to discuss the Okio situation Langdon is a pro which makes the conference significant It is, believed piesi dent is preparing to take an active hand in partv affairs in his state with a reorganization of the state com mittce Despite opposition of Gen J Kent Hamilton who was the repuhli an candidate for congress In district the president sent in the name of H Tucker for reappointment as post master of Toledo He will be con firmed it is understood without op position r v rr> tl Jour-al FLINT Snenff Parkhurst has been scour ing Pennsylvania and Ohio for rs F Fox wi'e of the self con- fessed murderer of his sitter in ss Ella Bl.-te in this citv last Thurscay morning Mrs Fox has bean m retirement in Flint She appeared here Tuesday as mysteriously as she disappeared from Beav-r Pa last Sunday n gh' and was in the city at least six hours be'o e the authorities   the Davi, Boat c-> Charles i ehrer 1, the other member of th board of revi-vv which ,ed th v.Iue cf the I ehrer lesi denre on Pro pect stie-e from el bv he apnra to {4 17- l it -dvano-, are in othei owned bv members of the boaid o' rev I w I Now conti i t ihese flgurps with an other case Pioi-ertv ,t Pulton and Greets ownpi bv H and B Kigel 'and consitin-of "TTf-1 lits vva i tin l iv ,he ciuadremial at a It t more than IT1 i umsr a total of pioptrh Ih SlVLl Vl i no on Perrv street on s fppf so that tbev are totet'ier was apurai ed n a) board at SS S9 but (Coituiucd on Page Sit) PASSENGER TRAINS GIVE WAY FOR LAKE ERIE WITH "FIRST AID" TO THIRSTY Denes the lat ei foi iieih Mi s ian Gnild are todav spee ling toward Illm Peach in a pnva e e ir wlcr tlev will be tv t of fiiend of the Goulds for a few davs I iiinilj Df ij NEW >ORK e 1 D n ndent of me loss of we k Prank Ber nrd ard his wife Mm i killed their two ill tt'" Pattl H i i 1 of j'tarvatiou tw i we k ago hucband i m inlh ill hunger and exiosnp livel ir a ga in i wh trcke nt thpi i n th Mis Sfidtl w? foiii f eor with he 1 l i e he-i ind Sp I w i scio is fi oni ce' i f i aid h i li fiou IP SP the 1 n ir i I il ti O t V f u ul c n th f- i l'i I N I t a n f PHI K n aro 111 ir n he 1 c '1 r si t t n Hi IK jl nt 01 t it r In t eat el Fhi s A. n v I MP i t O t V i nu i t c it i i hiMren ard coil nitted suicide oc'av when thev turned on the ir then room where the childie of Li SSH5 U POIHlCfk Richard L Philadelphia wlo appeared Iv is believed H tirst It was supposed he had fallen off the pier at governor are work-I Mlantic City bit t that he UP nt m QSI_ i_ i (eope t 1 has written taHMfc ttat raised a bill prodding for the pur and conetrict'on of emba lesations and consular i'en to's'lrei build ngs abr-ad The measuie AI, we e 1 ut through under a suspension o', D> a ihe rules hj a standing vote of 1411 to 19 The senate which on several fimilai Mils is to ratify the NEW YORK teb 1 blopjta of Lha BOT Dies Of 1- N J 1 1 I l sin 1 i exam i it t P a of dp i h t Heni IP 0 v as at Ir t lo cl h He w s disai pomttei t 1 put t u Kl l f ice U -i n t n e i l i i i n i" h iii ul e1 iv i cU j xian Fi u i of ea h u a t u t c ir tain t e ovpr c i in srh il ns a 1 I v f MP i N i V ing HenMe tie i n p 1 o Oi bet el u I.at r an p th tiaiu ei e in a ear for H ha roi was fiurT to i ivp i en n a le and tun on the un for moie than tha P was 10 tied d iiMirt tr th. tii school hoi- eht d V hen wl hm a Th s fM fi ght cm ies whiske few frp, of tic no, h tinbi d over j fie n PP( i III md it m'ghi le call and die! an h ur late al eel The Spe ml In 131! the hmh uctloa of was uiven as the illrei.t c f IP i hp ntliei end of the I r t- A. md P from here to of di, HO n I f! 'o m i s M Between t-i n "I 1 d F! ffilo thp train makes 1 i iha it Coll nwood and i ho it t i i i fe v rr nines for en 1 5' I between Pe 111 1 i n iu kv n ten er t an s vot tie lip t 1 ks foi thp spicHl I t s u 1 1 h e nut t be no de II I K r IP ale ri, the (rip it I o isie IOT trains Ona t or tl p is if u r i li D which the s ii fii i ti t i vvi s mei h} he i ti D was i he vet goods rust be in U a dnlv Bufta o it a Certain tuc nd n tpm-s is kit milone to get the trnn at its cest nition on 01 near scl eciiile time d v One time the trip between 'in Iu-kv anil lluffnlo was nade In n w loin hours and a half There no even a step for crew thit d v Buffalo is fiom heie Peoria is a grca> distillery center Tne tiain load of booie whl.b pmra tl ro SiinUuskv eAih Is I tutted for eastern pouts tt v....iv i im; uimi nhich is a misnomei It   

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