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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911 NUMBER 132 JAP MIS 10 DENIES THAT JAPS PLOT WITH MEXICO Steamship Company, Piactic- ally Owned By Government Seeking Coaling Place. STATEMENT REFUTES AMBASSADOR'S CLAIM Mobilization of Troops Along Boidei Now About Complet- Law Delayed WASHINGTON March 14 That steps have actually been tiken by Japanese commercial in terests for the shinq of a naval coaling station on trie west coast of Mexico to lay leaked out from the government bureau of manufacturers on which the ban of sec rcy was overlooked when the troops were ordered mobilized last week GOVERNOR SATISFIED; BIG BILLS WILL PASS O March Prnoi s mea mm with the possible Biion Yviini I am bibfcadui to the n tul States v, i' prompt to the mnioi set in u culition that lap in w ib cl ikeim with Mexico foi the iblishment of a base on this mtnent H< also had denied that ib di reason foi the Vmeiicans to take wailile attitude ton aid hit tountrj 1 1 an offii ial lepiit fiom fatates Consul Stac'den at Manzinillo irnot ucniuit s m ide that the Jap MSP National Tiins Picific Steim   t ut 1 is, eon ci .ling the nn t i of u n th m n the dt tuc v of certua enatoi ind tppeahng to the i He bus, .iuh in enttud iio mind ind he is confident his p ogram will o tbiough Theie aie of ?nint, on tie jail ot some op.io sit on d n fi u lioumor Hun in mdoi-.tands mv uon 01 tht election h 11 tnti bo s IH h ati fied with it Sen u i Dtau of conn wlen dis u --in? the lepoi tint ihp rnoi was going afiei he ob tin tion -.oiitors with the '-tic' fne fad nf the n i is tl at if nn I had bioiaht the i tte to a OH tne btoeKwdl bill eel it would 1 tn tleleiet There has ne ti I n i tirre when it tould poised S mtoi S ul seems to H nore o is to pm (ei tain Member on 10 oid as he calS it thin TO frt hill pa Otn einor Hinnon wi ts the bill passed He do s not tire to simj h rut sen ttors on it cord So fii I am indi tone en ed the noi un dei stands position and b sitisfied with It It suggested to the sena or tint thp icpuhhcans men with the state m us strai s and that it was time the rkmoci Ptic semtoi s got togethei in thr suppoit of their if did not want it to continue His an swei thit theie would le a great deil nioi e laughing it the democrats if undeitpnk to pass iU the fool laws excti ticn of tht Oiegon i Ian bill be en u ted Iheie a good ihani fci the i un icii al nutiatne and icier enduin till to get hrotigh The ba e ball bill will uudoultenh the estimited thai u will not in i id it jun un to the dr of a ago 1 assed tin bill i id nU the nn Haimon that it was ui consti utional Kept t fjom the books then This bill hab been caie fulh di iwn 11 Thit obie ion n aie worling tor the hill be nato Shiffer inti oduced a bili Hbi that will snr up piopeiU nets adjo t ing and intt i uibdn i ulw n fine <5hide 01 tl n pioperu The bill u h Milwn (t npanies ihe ngU to nm the trees so as not to inte te M h tit Rtp tse ititut nit rod IK ed a bill pioliiJitiiif; ons undci 1" f on ittendn g nuibi hallb and moMii0 tui'1 Allows unittended An othei bill Mi would d ies tt P pnup to telephone tl e at ome become foi, lip me e iTToTt of Ponsul Stadden is in (i le t oMiti idiction to I it declari t nn i J es< Ariha Lchula A 'o dp Miel that iu si pa Ind been i In Ii inr p nteiects foi a coiling tation in Mexico this 1 is be i the jaost urpoit rlopn nil todaj in He U tht sime time reports per r {hit Pi idcat Di i ib ottei ing loth pln-iiealh qnd politualh H< is i Slid 10 be Differing with artenal lu sis cause death at tine The i tml invoking of mat tnl law in "Mexico has de le i d until it is an i oun ed es Sensation In London Diplomatic Circles 7 hiuk 4menpaiis Shot CI, PASO March 14 belief is Eiowing hcii_ the "Mexicans taken mtige of Piesldent Diazs no qmrter oider and executed the fifteen Americans captuied at the battle ot Ca a Gianrle no can be learned rhe pribone ind it is hue been shot iclitnc to ill (omplete SAN 4NTONIO March H Maj Gen illiani H tar ei in com mand of thp offi lallj designate 1 manemei duision of the iinu offic, lallj denied the raihoads lui ning fiom ban A.rfonio to the   facing a haider fight foi reelection than in 1907 Although his term does not expue until Maich 3 1913 his old po- litical opponents aie alieidj staitins, a bitter fight igalnsL his le election Tnev are rem ig the is'Jiie that ncar- h defeated him in 190" that of his connection with the branch ot the Standard Oil Co Rep resentatne Randall being endoised the anti Bailej demociats to suc- ceed him Many Abuses Charged And Ad" mitted At Meeting With County Visitors. SKIMMED MILK FOR INMATES; CREAM SOLD This Has Already Been Cnang- ed And Special Meetings May Be Discontinued, JUDGE FINES JURORS WHO FEAR TO SERVE ETPRBO Italy March 14 the jurors refusing to serve in the case against the 39 Camorrists charged with the murder of Gennaro Cuoccolo and wife were toda5 fined each it had on board 40 000 tropical uniforms for of the soldiers now bems sent to Texas Large supplies of ammunition and a quantity of field rtillen was also put on board for the troops In Jndgp Bianchi He then ordered carbineers to go m search of who had failed to come into cmlrt toda-> all relathes of might interfere at the tnal ars bems out of the court house TOKIO -March The Tap-mese foreign office announced tod that it is sorelj puzzled b> what it calls the wild news regarding the Mexican situation A high official an- nounced that any stories res'1 1 ding i lapinese Mexican alliance v pre ridic- ulous j THE WEATHER Foi ecast Fair tonight and Ylednesda) colder Wednesday Tempeiature at 7 a m de giees Tcnipeiituie one igo to aa deeieea Sun uses at 5 it i and sets at 5 37 p m (Slind Gtneial Caiter i 1 nowledged that Bonif1 nf thr lieie maj on the boidei but onh as a lelicf d 10 take the places of men who JPHI doing duty i long the Ro Giaic'e Meantime the lecuiitinff ot he nan tnei sion to i war footing "oe on with ex r-pdit on ntj ui Ur (iinimstan "s which i e li )le to o tl 11 n mcr so far is can he netl onh b> the theon thit riopintion is bang nude i tint theie is in for in one v tonsid ud 1 those i f t s nrimg thp ttoois t> In imn ne i ?nd i oils Ihe is ow xl o t con plrte ind Pie idon lift at Vtlama his been so not fied NLW -SORK March ment was made todav by a Mexican minp representative tint the Mexican government has prohibited "rd Time) the importition of all high explosives Maximum wind Nelocitv for 24 "Uthouth the order is intended to stop hours ending at noon 12 supplies for the msuirpptos the pro- 'miles northeist at e o clock h-bilion it Pickinson Dimes Vll NDW YORK Much Secretary of Die! mcop who jesteidaj can cPlled hi- tup to the Isthmus of Pan pma issued a geneial and spe cine (i nia! ot prapticiiU lumor in connection with he mill tin ind il i in cr He dp nied that thcic f i tnn httwpcn thp membcia of cabinet oiei tbp nil in ention thp Rio1 C3rin le that IIP incl j an to o thit' inothPi dm ion of mill n is to lie- dllpd oil nl the Ensl sh cause a cessation of mine operitions WARREN PLANT SALE AIDS LOCAL INDUSTRY Sandusky Foundry and Machm e Co. Takes Possession Soon After April 1 and Will Increase Its Business and Employ More Men. By a deal cloaed late Monday noon the Sandusky Foundry Machine Co, one of the growing industrial concerns of the city, has acquired the big plant of ttie Warren Electric Manufacturing Co on Fulton street, Water to Market, and will soon take pos session This deal puts the Sandusky Foun d i Machine Co in position to 0 eatly expand In its present quait on the Batterv the coinpani his been ciowded foi loom and of late has been almost unable lo take Some new care of its orders Kive promise of a still furthei irease and Ptesident H Mills paugh accoidinglj sought larger quarters The deal means much for Sandus in the first p ace tlje local banks owning the plant, have a home and glowing concern The con sideration is not given but it was sat WARSHIPS ORDERED TO MANEUVERS ARE NOW NEARINa DESTINATION That trcutimnt borderini IT upon the inhuman fs being ac- corded the infirmary inmates, larpelj for out by a ret mil of their complaints tit the mint of the Intlraa- nrj dnectors and the board of eonntr late Monday after- noun, and p radically admitted by the superintendent and the direc- tors Most people treit their animals bet- ter is remark of oneof the mem- bers of the board after the story had been narnted reforms were promised and better things are la store Here are some of the facts brought out and not denied bv the superin- endent __________ For the inmates been sened with meals that were cold for from fifteen to twentv minutes when sened Milk containing than two- tenths of one pei tent of butter fit hardlv worth} of the name of milk has been sened to the feeble old men ind women of the mfirm- Good milk contains over three and one-half per cent of but- ter fit No eggs or steaks have been eat- en bj the residents since Easter of list Fresh fruit has been an un- known article in the diet of the mnrman inmates 1 ne residents never taste cheese except on holidays Despite the vehement protest! of the inmates coffee or tea, sweet- ened with sugar, Is served IB at the meals Inmates are not consulted as to whether or not they lush sugar in their beverag- es Inmates get no chance to con- sult the infirmary physician pri- vately in cases of sickness. Sup- erintendent Rohrbacher goes through the building calling out anvbodr that s sick come to the office and they have to come Such are a number of the serioui complaints submitted to the board of isfactoiv to all conceined since the busniess of the reii Electric company was wound up it has been the desiie of the banks to secure a good induct n to leplate it Several deals were all but closed but _ _ there hitches The last deal was witon bv the residents of the with the Stuyvesant Motor Co of an Superintendent Rohrbacher sat- Cleveland but just as it was about rO tention had been called to them open the plant heie it was merged !and tirae He admitted tha with another Cleve and of all but the last charge, but h. [has ignored every one of tbem, it ml'lm'e" or I The Sand islu that Foundi; Machine Co er sjstem through the residents ha, been globing fast and it his long h OJ the superintendent, been evident that Urge, ind betU, anu tnat his defense facilities foi manufacturing bo t tu cha that the ,M ,at reqnned the tuct tha dovu) cold and not uour- the present art 200 teet ]shir v lorts and are well 1 he Standard was acquired some jeuis igo later building on same but because of pieeent need foi nun eased facili ties the plant was puichatied Instead this plant is equipped with such of the present tools machin That the superintendent and hte famil} up to last Saturday have been best co the farm is charged bv the inmates. The lattei been sened separator milk bupei mtendent Rohrbacher sol 1 the cream and the best part ot the milk to a creamer) concern Theae en and fixtures of the Poundiy facts were not denied Anticipating Machine Co which will be in storm of public sentiment on thfi to it it will be one of the largest TOM ON M i P on'on p jus toil c_o isid iil'e i pure to Ihe f 1 n not icn fin the Colo ne t P e MI i i ans gone) ill1- su f Ti in B t Tvhethf the n il i u nu Mtx iran fiottiei s it? lo 1 oi Tinau or actual 11 o t t ft i reibOii ci irot 1 f --ta eri a time owin171 to the nc m meats f it hit the dcmonstntion is aimed -iinst tie lapuiPi, HP s ill insist d that he cancelled hi" I inni tnp npifh to )tv cf tip q sos i >n of >m fieight i itps icioss thp is hmuo V Mil ill Fven A ill! t rpr itn i id bid mason m Keno hi ha i en sent H P te LJ 1 th of the ird s rlPclaiel thit within mcnt i thr Ii tiicr of tl r ex will he- n icmoud in the Ml -qe TOI Bl RI M M mse> Ij uldu V, finan nl powo s of Uu wriKl IP the j line i iH m ihe ?int t t i now 1 made fo- the Mi of order in o ar i Ne i th? theater oc ac on I directH the Pi re m- mterpste m Mtxico ar 1 te I min% obcCMers for tht reign of terror thit anom o be throughout the Mesicin r public thp iicmmo cf ordeis it Mexico for the enfo ce'ient of the penal against all Th financial lowers are bearing down hard on Dia? The> want order established or a new strong arm treated Hiat can t un order ind tinted heir in In the ne_ouat ons th t JBkomg on be veen the Vf the Imncial t1- U ft ho spe-tk toi Lmz the to1 nl ini" i h i tr if (1 I> mu cit t f IT 1 cne i i! tco in eminent or ht nd Mil it it to for I nd eni to le situat on i nern i ft i forn d thit nn bin He th nd jnteci proi   in that H nalpabh been ed by finsn ciers for tne protection oi prop n No othei war i t wb (li Lnited Stale has his bt (Ccntmued on Pagi. Tt a >1AEINE5 GOING: ABOAR.O COALING and finest equipped machine shops in (Continued on Page SPRINGS HERE question the directors at a meeting forbade the further sale ot tionhern of turn n of the milk and ordered its use out am thing from the smalest to thti side the mfarmarj This list fact wus brought out in a1 question put lo the superintendent af- ter Member Siegel had dodged an an- swer There wis no resolution on books of the infirm directors to that Superintendent Schlenk of Oak and cemetery friend of the squir rels and fover of flow-rs showed the proof Tuesday thit spring is here even plough the almanac says the dat" of its arrival is March 21 He had a bouquet of wild flowers which he had gather ed in and near the cemetery The season is unusually advanced for flowers of this kind Is the chanee m regard to the milk permuunf was the querj put to Di- icotor Miller was the answer, indeed throughout the whole meet- mt, Membei Millei showed a disposi- tion to do he could to on Page Ten) "By Inheritance" will be iteresting. MYSTERY, CLAIMS II a much actnib sliov n in the as m the arim tht recent OK'er forth for A mo bilization of force's in Tej.aa for nai imneinero The Prane the first of the transports to take tioops south The Tennessee North Carolina and Montana qui coaled and are near their dest nation The under tt command of Admiral Staunton n one of the last to get The Mainland ind reiched Dieso je--ten'aj bpecia' to S 11 lounal H INT Mich Mairh 14 Ih paa-.- Ine rf t life nt nip c u on 1 i ink I f n i su i ikiai fo th m r 1 r hi r in I Mi Blidc cl> n >t il 11 up th of tl I-ox (aim i he ha h en from thr d'U of Us irust 0111 pt it inter I iK when he is, di i ins is of tlu ias He was uwte thit tht coir hid no option but t> a of lift in upon him and he was prepared to mtet pun- ishment court lefriiucd from making renuils in pacsms; sent ence I nder thp of the jurj faid Judge there is one thine foi me to do You are that thp law gtvci me no altematnr e an man inert so than am other m in who appeirel in p bir ot this coir (haracd a serious offtpse ni intend this ma'Ui and >ou aie n f "d ti n" sMnpattn because ol tl tile that his overtlkcn Tta r ts thit be im- 1 od n ronftnement at 'i 1 n i pn on for the remainder of o i n i -i' life K d the court whether he thins u prior to the paaslli of leplicd that he hal intended to extensive refBATfel but hid chanced his mind I would like to addreocd tM for half an hour he said Thit pm ilege would have been carded to if had mftda niicst the court t do not think the prosecuting M> toinei used me fairly In this continued eox I think ion received fair mteripnted the court It later asrtruined from that be held the opinion ttiit iut Parker hi4 (Lontmurd en   

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