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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. 1 LAST EDI FORTY-FOURTH YEAR S OHIO, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1911, NUMBER 111" STIRRING SCENES MARK CLOSE OF THE GREAT STAR-JOURNAL CONTEST POPULAR BABIES WHO WON GRAND PRIZE FOUR OF THE DISTRICT PRIZES McCall Statement Believed To Have Had Approval of The White House. JAM-UP IN SENATE; OUTLOOK IS DUBIOUS Many Big Measures Are Ahead Of Reciprocity Agreement Which President Demands CANADIAN PROTEST TORONTO Feb leading Toronto bankers and mer chants today issued a protest a gainst the ratification of the reci procity treaty that has stirred all Canada The protest emphasizes w the fact that hundreds of millions t of dollars jiave been spent to v develop Inter provincial and inter imperial trade and declares that reciprocity would chreck or de stroy all of this dlt.o says a reciprocity agree ment woufd cause a disturbance of trade in the dominion to an unparalleled extent THE WEAThER Forecist (1 bv cleimi i id oa i unu t day fair CXUDL utai tlit More Than Twenty Million Votes Were Cast And Many Present While Weil-Known Judges Made Final Count, Determining Winners or Gold Prizes BmC iculation Inctease The Far Outstrips A1! Ot eis In T! is Section, Enteiprise Being a G eit Warmly Congratulated D C Feb 20 Theie ib plentj of confirmation of the of Saturday that an ex tia session, of congiess beenib almost inevitable President Tatt indicated thiough Repiesentative McCall that he will call an extia session if th-e leciproclly agreement is not latified and this is conceded to be practicalh impossible lo Senator elect Atlee Poraeicne of Ohio came here foi the Gudiron club banquet ind who called at the "White House the pieei gave a friendl> tip to piepai-1 to ccme to Washington soon Pome erene was intioduced to the senators by 4 as lieutenant governor to take Ins Beat as senator He saj s that talk tbat a reactionary may be n-rned to succeed him as lieutenant governor is 1 mpera rue at 7 grces uFe one 22 degrees bun iib and o lu p time Maximum wind for 24 uouis end ne at ioon todi milet, mst at ten o clock moinmg Reports say Government troops Walked Into An Ambus- cade, Losing Heavily. DENIAL FROM COMMANDANT Indians Join Rebel Foices And Diaz Battalion Is To Be Sent Foi ward DL PASO Feb Ma dero s company of Aireiican soldiers plaved a prominent part in tbe ic an insult to Governor Haimon Pom [pulse of the m tbe near San no the ment forces wall cd into an ambuscade and suffeied losbeb acco ding to le rene was introduced to senators b> Senator Burton and his credentnls were turned to Dick On the house side Representative Anb berry introduced him The jam up m the senate is ter iific In addition to ten appiopnation bills the'ie are ahead of the lectproc ty bill Populai tion of senators Senator Loiimer case Perrmnent tariff bo i d General age pension Congiebsional ipnouionment Fortification of Tanamt Not one of these measmes cin sicletracl ed without i contort Back of each is a group of determined sen- atois mbistent tl it a shall be taken befoic adjournment Some ot the meaiuies must 'je left or the Canid in will riie Tlere is not time enough left for all The senate Committee on finance decided to ne healings on the icci piocitj bill today and Tuesday On poitb reaching heie biou0ht m by fleeing goaLheideis This is de mod at Juaiez tbe com ing thit the e i tiama are running out of Jui ez today be cause of tbe of tue of a tram %esteidaj othei trainmen loiu to o Madeios foi cs upie mgmc tit) the "Vaqui Indians setu near Juaiez I i Tb-s 9oth battii on tf n fintn which leached the rij ifil om m to come to tht frontier it Pliotcg aphs of Carl Mix and Car! K one wir lers of the sec ond lh rd tn District 2 were received too late to halftones prepared for illus tranon in the above Qioup of win ners All of the photographs us 1 t will n t   ci heJ 01 e of t> e mo, Cndl elul ft nv ictnt IUP fil b i ieis in its h when a of 1 3 to 4 it adoit ed a si cnbion mlt 1'e com noimse as the ill of a second confeience wlnn thf conceited to the rule onh when found it icqured twotb pnd tuem tbe balance of Urclei this gle, i Itr1" poasiule bv twoilnrds to siibpend tho' phonogra h ecoid Howmg long in Kiles nd with a foitj minute debate of ilence at OsUei Ray ind jf RedUCllOn IS Denied, i bill measurement-, of the Hole t will n t (Oi te ti Cndi "ii clul no al le reu on Hoi ii-, n (linne a ot tlu i oi Udder on the i o ch or th Ho ist bhie pr of Hon T ifl s mind he i fion Hitchtock it fused to be w_th__toi o' boot t I ion t' e it-'r it tea ni 11J P than. 111 the f K S O th" tal f- niti e OFFiCIAL REPORT OF JUDGES NAMING WINNERS Vi U untkrsi n l t e M ir Journ Us oj u I bru 1Mb do ht i i i 1 i t mutr- mu Gilbt ote 1 us I u innei of I i t Lo He s oiul Fri-'p innei Dm i re I 1 nrd I rut. it i Pi i 1 Hor n t C ote T r No (.til ote ir K M i S gned I H H HM N HI J Mill I FI Li) Jr, 1 irsi Dist s con I riz Di Ihird 1 rize IP; c i canvassed vote tn to pst w-hich closed it 9 ouock p m. to t i rtbults 2 2U Q27 2 924 1 500 ItfZ 1 485 :47 1 b06 SCO 1 231 41ft 1 :09 17? Judges o i oi lemoucaa nitiorul committee the The mini i otb content of Star Joiunal ig It wa.j a contest a-, a lesalt of the lonusc the cutulatini oi the Star This, Action was tiken i truce hid bten decl red it 4 o clock S n Jaj attemoon TLe bouse hid then been m since Ihe nile v. is bitteily oppo ed a ne b nd of filth isteieis Repiesentatne Minn of Illinois who cououcted tbe ciiginil EihbuQtei ended bis fight when he succeeded in the old Drench   regrets defeat, u. t. r, ofteited ones felt that thej bad been othe, new.piiar pubhahtsl la treated and the at, be ascertained b> the ?iad to number them among its beet booka. Ihe namet, of tbe are fri> nas HAS BILL TO UNIT COUNTY CLERK HIRE COllMriS 0 Fej i In i Si itiei oi PuiUlmg Ins a bill winch will taxpayers iO thiougi Lbusos i L ie c oc ficeu law It limit tbe imwediatp amount which can bt allowed for up bv HeireseuHthes cle k Ini' in eacti office Ma-> icbu Pits Bci nc t anilj ihe i> e amount ivill he Parsons of afd babul on 11 te s olli cted in the of Lngland memoeis Tbe ficc In borne ifiicii-ls EnUanders declared that unless the iicke an i iten e ind r e been 1 ill contaiued the spoliation claims it negligent iLout cohett oifo Count> tion Might Tie Up Taxing Machinery Auditors Fiom Counties In This j Section To Be Heaid By State Boaid, given in the judges report above With all the excitement that pie The effect of the contest has to add ibout one thousand new sub- scribtrs to the Star Journal giTtatf vaila at the ticket wagon of a big this paper one of the largest Liifiis the maim oth Contest cireulitions in northern Ohio onlucted the Star Journal for the As an medinm the -Star- DEIST WILL PRESENT CASE Dabt S1X wme to a Journal ia now regarded as the best m ______________ j bitiudij night this and business men Fne count) infants reaped a long appreciated fact haivtat of gold ana" glon as a lesult The contest just closed has left tfea Happv are the families which aie Star Journal in a position where It brightened b% the verj existence of, numbers iy friends and 6y little tots the thousands on the otbtr But have witnessed the band it did not make an enerav, closing hours of the contest on last and were the methods in the contest just closed million cast One of the most interesting featttrtfc duiii' t'e tont st there not of the content was the should not piss The adot tion of tl e rule disposes co iinissiouers continue to detei n inc tee number of cleiks and their of the minors thit ome ot salaries and nake clcn m e allow the leadeis i 'inmnt, o but f am ot exceed tne new bmg dboit an extia session, 1C an limits Transfers of funds to nn-et extia cet.sion is called as1 no seems shorties m funds will be probible it is tie hn ist will stopp d be m a (Kiiitio i to thio-v tbe blxmefontoathe en.te j REFUSES DEMANDS 1 he onlj breik in Su idar s pro ______________ cpcrt nsrs Wdo fo a thi c houi memoi m foi seiatm cnj of Denial Made of Russia s Charg- Gbo the set tees in the sen ate or Senitois Claj and Dollner I Senatoi Tillman attempting Ir t speech since his illness oE 11 t see biOKe bj es And Wai Office Plans to Land ne to and el en otion He the chamber Sinlu His con d ng U Do In or as ill nnn Greit i BAILEYS PLEDCaE WASHINGTON Teb 20 "Though I believe reciprocity with Canada bad policy I will not fill buster against it" This was tpe g ven by Senator Bailey of Texas at the White House today once Tioni bpHt A l Ics amb of in ittac' i di s. igo In lebelb 01 San Imn hl6 co 'nt of the t sud to have be u a cl d b> i si tl 1 -bnt1- 3ptt ng oillM h TJ -ie tnt not so gi if i ne i lenti il m ST RC Feb 20 mat tai sboit of Jl of RUSSIA s de itidnds aud dui ing tbe alleged tieitj I rea be1- Cli na replied to the ultim uuni i ue 1 (7a- s him de numbei ot t il j T uis i i erf and c mm f Trains o i th I tu en A i reon a nj, sfni ed lo i fo aaci tbe bill wi 1 be ed in e-auitno es ion ind the coi sensiib of opinion i Lb it it b icported (o iff sen it uct latti tha.n tlO Otit e T feel that nith ehpeml io c bur T c-i i mt o t Mi Pr" irlont T Irne though s but the wo to beizing the teinto beie it once staited I la foices on the frortiei prepara Deist will night foi foluubus wbeit be will meet the members of the state commission at 1 30 Tuesday aft emoou He will "am tsith him considerable infoi mat ion statistical and othei wise to taxation in the cih and bile tbe audi toi expectb thit tbe conference Tuth fhf commission not last he does not look toi an im- mediate decision on the question of a hmizomal i eduction of the icil estite 01 on am othe point It is leahzed tbat i gitat deal de on tht iction of the s ite tax commission eaietiilU to tbe fif teen per cenr i eduction If this ib not gi mted tne e is a stions piobibihu tbe t machinei of the titv aud tountj will be tied up i nunibei of m junction   to when the delegation ippo the Busi ness Men s assouatmn be the state will piolabh be ob tamed b> the nulitoi du ing his MS it to tlL ci ntal De st A 11 not be alone be fore the i The luditors ot Erie Huron loiain ird Sail dusltj counties been Mimmoned _ before the on the same j day ...Dtftegations of uid i toi b will be concentrating beard dij during the week POET OF SIERRAS IS SERIOUSLY ILI the slightest whisper of complaint of the ilvaln between the attiTe wafts eis md the good will was In stronger eildenre wten the winners were Mf nounced So Intenseh Interested were Uw friends of the candidates that ttey kept the telephone ringing far tttcr midnight asking the latest figures ia the count Right here It should ftattd M count) In the state could produce V more attractive and wmspme kit it tnan those who teak part in the Star Journal s contorti anyone of whom would have been desen-lng -nlnntr The oareuii oi ,he little leaden M proud of tlKii success-ana who nnde so asgressne a ftgW-for ership and failed e every reSaon to that eierj move was fai" (at honoiable as the strictest construction of the rules and regulations demanded, Haidh anione can conceive Uia laiije of new subseribera in interested workers. RUSSIAN BEAR IS GROWLING ON CHINESE BORDER AMD THREATENS WAR OVER TREATY J O Pth rronnds the d ith of Mjsten P I r w fluid the I nion depot is suspected (Continued on Page Five) 20 Joaqiun (Cincinatus Heine) Mil ler 71 Poet of the S eiras is in a teltgripiei and former critacal emulation in a hoapitil In mm was OiKHnd Cli d igno t Muidei U ised poets as a general hieakdown BUSINESS AI m Firm Building New Steamer Reports Many Epc cursion Bookings for Island. -TT PROGRESS ON NEW VESS ail rp i' 1 u rot win Fni OF t o I md a] prrn m i 11 i d nt f. hat thtrt ha not Inen i C01 T MM t F b DC n i It It w Dean ia In n4- ma in on He Hit c o 01 ir> n ioit fi m h in pit i s o tir me tsu in onsil then fj bnl an 1 it as a oon of -v >U 1 u o nation tie to mil i cli The anno n em nt rh t I> 1 i a of Bulei wii' i nt on! )0 u t L to i" ie 11 H u 1] p lint be in his ciuse of line tor ih bi S ni or DL u ne n e1 d The >sf.d prtcn itunn PI n o tn Wll >v an itt n t on 1 i i t o Oppc'i mi to 1 tt tir TVn 1 x, (o the liKin  ote for the Dean bill and tCtl l tl r it i ill re 1 t mt Ml irt mtt t ri   tin qt i d c 1 ti rm PS it til 11 thoio t ti nr u d tne St n T r al I 1   e m -'b own foi f (rout ft it is ii i li i e 01 IPT on I r i ea K. i tn i i fact tut nil i m o an r; fi< t tit fpel i old   t t to bp operated m connection tin he Mink F will lam bed it the bout March Progress en the boat u vt T-I nd ind lie is exnected to lx> con i letccl in of time for thi oi of the Tbeic i1- considerable interest in tfia p niing o the new s eimer ind I D i in eport tbat the} I'r Kh tecf el l o of- tprJQ all these liv t SUM hi March 1 all sag- ff r on-- m be m b> 'hat date. ith t on the rOACBt of i it new --el to be one of thft r rsiou Joit1- on the lakes Agate? A n istui irp lorward to thft Wf> wt ea- foT Put in that has bcgg fo a Ions; the% it should make one of highest on record for Tbe> to open thf denial mo are chii ctp thi le pl c filh ro-ni7inf that this f ie n fri rnil with assistance ind perfect work PJWPI t thp ei command hi mtm wt could not ac to insure a jpifc fn deil for comihshtri o ir ambition to make the in season June 18 and have ill md be ore f m i t an1 ronte t a profound biicce s 'Ue ?d to date tbjrtvtwo excursion the ilt is Theie were no not onh felt encouraged bj reason mating people This fi orites of the assistance uid porfcc workms course outside of the SnnOay. 1 iht coniest wit, ronductPd hut the magnificent circu and regular business WlUi E L Own md P Fer lition of the paper afforded us extra the firm to gi on Ou Aii Oinild we hope that 73000 and rate oi Vii li t company well of it has been taken Putin Bat during the tnown for us from to b> us j ticn to those ewrtal by hi e conducted contests bespeaR for the Star Journal un and I> ft C boats. on manv of the Itadi u dailies of this bounded success br reason of Us h gh Hotel ts comtn and before entering into tbe class character and the and for this con act tor the contest the Star {ambition ot Its publishers to make H suing a Joinmd cond it td tht nuiit second to none in tbe state i to Mt (hmctei of the Mac trxilv yours J o 111 d H f t id rep IP I OM I- P PERCl SON resen'at an at point fo ind 1 Rei resettling Mac Donald Bros Sja ttie company and its men of unqucs I dicate, Erie, Pa, forth tut- adrtnUffst of a summer retort, and sf tt is not pictures of the NEWSPAPER!   

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