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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, MARCH 13, 1911. Soldiers, Mexicans and Ne- groes Involved In Serious Galveston Clash. TROOPS ARE CONFINED TO CAMP AS RESULT Mear Form Of Martial Law Mexico Makes Situation More Acute, TWO DAYS OF WAR TORREON, March Three hundred rebels tearing up railway track defeated tn two engage ments with 100 federals Fifty rebels and six Americans reported in the number and 20 federals kil'ed AGUA PRIETA Marn 13 Thirty five killed in battle be tween 300 rebels and 50j ment troops rebels finally retreat mg MEXICO CITY March 13 of 120 insurrectos cut to pieces at San Bartohto Pueblo Fifty reported slain and 27 capt.r eel TIA JUANA Lower Cal March Armed banci ts pillaging ranches Numerous casualties re ported n Be LI LT1N 1 ASHINCTO v D C Ma h f re i] I n i d "'v.ro'i 1 i 11 PC] thdt t oopt, noxx in Texas v i 1 be J p -a d t led foi insne tion of the ma lii-uxies dnd MXS exe v bngidiei f Pt-il in the dim> have d tuin a to nmandei of the d xision NUMBER 131 TROOPS AT PORT BENJAMIN HARRISON ARE AMONG THE TO BE PREPARED FOE THE RUSH TO THE TEXAS BLAZE IN P, O, ALL TEN ANTS RESCUED Panic In Theatormm Averted By Manager Reark's Firemen Had Hard Work But Loss Is Not Great. F ie I r lime o it n a mt n its oa satins MonHv and ho-el to learn t i he ihn-1 flooi o ho ton from [he box xxhat he Sad done 01 i toTce hu Inn on xxhile m the rooms alone The si ter Mdrke ti t SindHx txomii; ci scd had gone to xxork a short time befoie i p iiuo iiiuig some th on ih eond ind tun! 'loor t id al th tish til dimije o le MI xxt li" i me md ei mine! t irr me ind o f t iiiubhtur n ei_l 1 ni en T artiumc is xxeH a uom" to tlit Ihedtoi i n on tlu fust (looi one is tnnir d Tut is oxx ne 1 tie goxiril mem (.0 lee or of i iston s lud on es in ite 1 tn da i ae j tl I nhiine Jt alt The lo s hi the ti n Hit ol tie b i lin son i t lusor Of e _ht familie r Him., on th liii-i and sec o id floor I it c is I i ns u co on the i hn i h c1 soo is lie toui h flooi is 110 i it 1 1 no bl tz t lilt 11 tin oc V HeKi a i i HPX s he me at the tin 1101 xx a d-1 i-htei x ho i u u x -j tek] hoil" hi 151 M eisht eai old on x as n just befoie he H xx d s Hi liM sci i ed T els etx es fro i Mlcs V m it "M teni it dnd li-i goi" to loom Chief Hegemei ind she saxs exeixthing xvas all right in the -com at the tune The Carnex roo u contained i -a ohm stoxe and l hud eoal hca ei Ihe flre i discovered shoitlx he f le i il o clock e ants from tho aiartniints ol the uiier fliois ot the hu Idme ran down tin 01 side stair stimuli" Pie anl Claimed i o- licemen at the Central sution ddjo n mi, the 1 otl cers ru h to the flre xxhile olluis ;a tie Judge Reed Suspends Writ Of Mandamus, Permitting Fil- ing Of Pleadings. INSTITUTIONS' CLAIMS UPON SCHUCK ESTATt I ie ite ?is ml WAR1' PROBE PLANNED; SITUATION IS TENSti STAR JOURNAL BURfcAU WASHlNCrON tndl t Oops noXX 111 mrt'i.Il l-j IUHL UL 1 ppt In the field all sunniPi Itne tne invasion is b mgi states vvhlc L OUO mihtid officirs mil on a wai footing is indicated H is foi insne tion of the ma I has undei the Man h 1" hi American loldiois ire todi c--nlmed in camp as i result of the] rots josteiday in Tvbfoh one soldier end one police officer were stabbed Camp been restricted lo not more than IT soldiers a and Gaheston is practicahy a form of Hw These restric t been imoosed to pi vent firther clashes between the soldieis Mexicans and negroes The riot n as precipitited by the E abbing of mfleld Joel a soldier f'-om the camp at Fort Crockett by en unidentified negro in a resort Onp Jlexican and foui negi oes were se beaten and the hoase in front of the stabbing occurred was set on fire and burnel to the ground The entire police force of the citj was called out to quell the distjibance Joe who is a member of the One Hundred and forty fourth compauj coast artillerj atauoned at Fort 'exico Citx and M insey Building neimlts the soxr> unient ti lush the March of its imv into the noilhein is b mgi states which bnaei the I nit. d States anticipated will be done pretense that it is in those ed his C ipt M L Ilanna states flat the insiiiiectionaix move ds a piess ago it through whom tit inent has gained greatest headwav and xvar department nexvs must gixen fhat the troops are needed to put ont This is to prevent confl doxvn the rebellion If tie xxdi iei i tments interpreta- tion Oi MPMCOS motive m dec mug martial law is it precipitates a menacing situation for U means that THE WEATHER Forecast Fair tonight and Tues dax tempeiatuie Tuesdax Tempeiatuie at 7 a m 32 dc giees lemperatuie one xoar igo 40 di glees s Ttiesd? a 5 14 a m and setb at D Cb p m (staudaid timej Miximum wind xelocitx for 24 hours i ndmg at noon todax 22 miles north dt six odoik Sunddx night LIFE GfflEJF Former Sanduskian, Convicted Of Murdering Sister-m- Law, Sentenced xxill be alaim to the flre depart nent dirfeuii nintRickl" ird exeraton to sain tntrnnce to the tl i the building from the outside rcnr tan xax but the In s h lt tut Ofneers Sohle t ind I ov 1 mi' ih" tniru ix the on the third findmg the nines mi ag headxxax urged tne tenants o leaxe Sarah F Dodte a 0 tf xx ho recentlx took u hoi residence in the building ound in the hillxxix almos siiffotatel bx the smoke and Patiolnnu Schlett xx is her out of the miildme to a ----------------place of safsn Annx ot the oceu pant xxere eompelled to lea e their rooms nhile rither scantih clo hed Mrs Thnmnsnn. lltutment I xxas mljeuteied (lnor t a local' irne s the looms eied i it h no hei oxvn! back into bei looms to saxe [her bird and d dog and The fire department did quick wori m lav mg hose and ge ting at the ftr- I was not however until thex madi their attack on the flanus bv running 'ose through windows on the south east portion of the building that thev to tlie blaze under control The fire however gutted the entir" sou h end of the third floor did tlu damage sultered on the second and fir t floors Those occupjmng rooms on the sec Attorneys Watch Action Closely Ac Total of About Is At Stake, By suspending the writ of man damut against Probate Judge Sloane requiring him to enter uoon the court records the elec ticn of the late Mrs R E SqSuck to take under her deceased hus- band s will and giving leave to the charitable institutions to file answers in the case Judge Reed Monday morning paved the way Tor the hearing of the matter up- on its merits T1 c ansxv i of Judge Sioane in the suit in which he admits that the elec- ti n vxds not plaeed on his records and makes no for not doing "tt no grounj on xvhich the Good bannman dnd Providence news fiom be bmeaus and ir> i. censorship On theory out bv xvay esia'illshes a that the Mexican Moultrie Charleston S C was sen ously wounded but probably will re The policeman patrolling the fccat was stabbed in the back by an o her soldier dm ing the melee immetu atelj following the wourdmg of Joel He was not senouslv hurt Jiiojjiiard Officers In Squads Special to The Star Join nal COLUMBUS 0 March al Guard officers who are to take part In the maneuvies on the Mexican froutiei expect to be ordeied to leave for the field of the maneuvres about Saturday of this week The e are a bout eight thousand national guard officers and as it is not likely that more such offlceis than there are of the regular aimy officers on duty there will be taken not all of the National Guard officers aie likelx to be called Adjutant General ex pects advice fiom Washington at once as to what officers, will be taken from Ohio The general impiession Is here dmong the Nationdl Guaid of (Continued on Page Six on opposite sides of the Mexican bora er within sinking distance of each other xxill be f i can forces and the United States troops o ei ict 01 i i r ni'sht start hostilities The feeling Jlreidx is ton e Pnvate leceixeil here indicat" that the null tan mineuxers of th I nited states have aroused as keen lesent neni among the "Vlexicins xxho belong to government par'} as among the ins-imectos government represent ths autocracv and aristocracy and that the Mexican insurgents are fighting for the cause of the people Senator is preparing to lead the cause of the Mexican in uri ctos in congress ard will oner a on the Ta t utmin islraticn foi Us 'Uexican activities hoping to cut off the appro pnation to pay for maneuvers Plans foi a congiessional tion of the of trooi s n Texas ate tcod, wax Senatoi I dfollette has piepared a resolution mquirx asking whether 01 not ue and naxj are being used in be half of Wall street Representatives Wilson and Rainey are also piepai ng resolutions to ascertain the exact rea sons vxhj the tioops and navy were mobilized It is expected tlat as a result of this President Taft may fore stall their proposed investigation coming out m the open and giving the, _ reasons himaeif m demi Governor May Make New Move A crisis in the war situation was T r n i n precipitated in the opinion of xvar ac 10 rOCCe Certain SenatOPS partment officials when piactically martial law was declared throughout I the republic of Mexico At the war department the announcement was re ceivpd with ill-concealefl_EiiitinsB _and_ it wag regarded as a verj portenti omen The significance of the m was freelv commented upon in priv but for obvious reasons the depu. mental oflicials m high authontj df- lunction agpinst earning out an or dei of the commission and contend that such denial endangeis the con stitutioudlitv of the measuie Corporations aip suspected bx sup Cfi to lit0 tmpn porters of the bill to be end dvoringfson pen tentiprx to arrax pjhlic opinion against thel'ofie nson n onre Fox had mad bill of eieat ng the false scale that it dcten e to denx lint the atjoi-ici lone mle m an l rnnll? as premed t u d iliswitehi IPI hiscs A numbei of nexxs dpeis I here during t le trial rclidii? one in home San bpena] fo he court Thev object to the b'lls de uial of the right to procure an in Was First Engineer Of The City's Water Works Plant In 1877 i _ SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR. Was Fuenan Aid Engineer on Old Island Queen and Later On Arrow o ob H md pig net a i MX a lei pioneei steamboat ot this section and x i poits died noon Vc-di at his .t-o re on a nt st tet He had been m nili health foi ne tm and death vxas ntt uneuec eo He vas in his sexentx tl rd n Fnncnl dr- I arui.nT'nts xxtll not be completed un- t 1 later I r 01 x eats Mt hid been en- 1 M tN iet-i r Urow and the nnoiin ement ol his oeath following s OT aft i thit of liptain George A trox a with whom he had sailed for ul "a con melted upon The fax o' th" xxeie plated at hdl P i t in tl e afte n ol) H was rm in i ten Germaax Max 31, and iame to ins ountrx and to VHI iskx m Iso4 with Ins fathers fi i Me began his lake career d i nidn on the old s earner island Qi n in This vessel sen- c dt Put m Bax bx rebels during the wa m an effort to release the prison- ei it Ichnson s island but at that tint Mi Wels was serving as a ur in the armv He had enlisted on Dec ifi iSbl m Companv Q ThW rhio caxalrj He and Clark Center signej the muster roll together Ul4 seixed through the war Be VM mustered ont 4 1865, afttr w hono-able service During most of the ing the Mr Weis had M the lakes He returned to the tConUiiaeil on Put Ox.) __   

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