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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITTO1T THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1911, NUMBER 133 MEXICAN EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON NOW BUSY PLACE SINCE U. S. ARMY MOVED German Military Expert Says Brown Men Would Seize Is- lands In Pacific PHILIPPINES A REAL MENACE TO THE JAPS "War" Talk Continues to In- volve Bg Nanons As Re- sult of Border Move BER1UN March An Amer lean naval ha c -cted in the Philippines is an intolerable men ace to JaDin n the waters cf e far e s a necessity to Japin an-1 har states men rea'inng tnis planning to str ke at the United spates and to strike soon rtm is a s Clement b ing pippaied foi pubhra ion (o ml Liaest re on Cen "iv s foienost mil ta y e t and ch he nr1 IP p ib'ic in p rt toiH la n ci.ce Re tlow decla I ertU i in hei MI it-ric of Pa c ic irnl th to th s end she is ii leidj prep- i g o coize he Pfnl i j H" 11 and SA loin Islarda and d of Gi nm He chaises, th t il iik re th bs k r- 1 in Timed SfU took o tfe J ne, s t'one the J pane e tT pro t Ui T -i t< d S ite cs tabl i rauxl In00 in All of P lean i la ts i t le b -T- c ze 1 bj TapT.il b fore lie ir" i Ji al is comi let THE WEATHER Polecat air onipl t and Ihurs   ire msv, ei ing conespondence and at tending to (he oHcnl has mci eased to m enormous exteut since the raoung of I nited States I soWieis to the Mexicin boidei I Piesidcnt Diaz m constant com La Little Opposition Developed At Final Hearing Before House Committee GELEERD BILL DEFEATED Measme Was Intended to Pei- mit Cities to Own Stieet Railuay Systems COLlMRlb 0 MiiLh The Winters Mr-Gun P pubh utiht es bill maj come to a voie H th Thuisdav it is expected to as anting Ued not much tppo sition ed a the last public heai ing the house committee last Kawnii To Be First tt ASiHM, ION Mircll irent n o" he i s ed M c ouni He at Reilm that Ja 1 "n l p inn" to ill of Ue Amor can islands in the Pieifie of! 1 T ulmi that Taoan p hns an arnn of eran sold icic in Haudit and his been engaged in mluni act utj foi the i t year ii tie rh hppiner It is declaied Ja 1 ns attacK would bf on Hawaii heic a lapn epe t im cc ild be li the leld nirht Jt is conceT ed there is a '-troig UKelitiood U it Jipln stirl ittore sions before the Panama can il is compktcd Russia Also Looks Foi Japanese War MILESS, VOICE NOW ttU ST PETERbat HP Maich ficials in tie of the car believe that Jai an is piepaung for i second ai th Russia 1 ollovung tie delue v of an ulti i ituni to C] ma hj IU ssia lelatne to the to thp teims of the t-xatv of ISrfl tlie Rn so im biogiio developed foui st i ct aliens each of gipat COUCPIU to tl is Fust it was dcfnitelj pitbl shed that Tappn for A tec h s been pre paiing foi T ai TP grams f om Harbin state ihat the Japanes" lail and in the fii eact aie being adapt d to tie rta 101 of tioop-j and that bairacls foi tst absemblieb 01 trcops are being built In (he sccoi d place H was lea ned that Russia Ins awal ened fr the fact that Chinas deen distiust and resent o s ble morn than am thine e se foi cable negotiations build ay last month md had been in ARE WE PREPARING TO FIGHT SOMEONE? SIGNIFICANT FEATURES OF "WAR GAME" Mngmtude of maneuver icnced mihtan men sav a single bngade would be sufficient to quell M revolution it that w le the onh object All prepaiatirns and equipment OL troops on a wai basis Conflietin0 Ma omenls regaining object of maneuvers made bv President T ft becretary of Dickinson Gen Wood and other Wash- ington 3No opiution congress for maneuveis Likelihood that con- gress vvoi'd ictuse appiopiiation at extra session unlessgiavestemeigency exists HuniPd t p of Assistant Societal v of State to confer with Piesiden Tail at Augusta Plans to educate all gtneial officers in handling big bodies of troops Invitation to militia officers to participate in maneuvers Tenta plins drawn up for of militia if developments wan ant Tom months supplies puichased Tioops to remain in field for at six months Camp at jan Antonio not to be permanent Cut Of Nearly Twenty Per Cent For City Seems Certain As Result of Presentation of Case To State Commission. Townships Will Also Gam, It Is Said, Although Official An- noincen ent Has Not Yet Been Made At Coluti bus, COLUMBUS O March redjction of real estate values in the city of Sandusky imOurtmg to over or 20 percent (f neces sary will be allowed by tic Ohio state tax comro ss on on the apphca tion of County Auditoi Deist of Erie county today Other reductions secured by Auditor Deist were Kelleys Island 2o percent if necessary amount ng to over Vermilion 25 percent amounting to over Huron 15 per cent tf necessary amounting to over Vermilion townsHip 20 per cent Perkins township 1623 per cent. Oxford township 25 per cent. Milan township 25 per cent Margaretta township 25 per cent Huron township, 5 per cent Groton township, 25 per cent. Florence township, 15 per cent Berlin Heights village wilt also get a reduction PENNSY AND N. y. C. -i Deist was before the jerommended several changes to make. and he came here to wed im provisions of the bill more stringent afte oen K ieie ced fion Vmong features cnticised was that the pemtenmrv are now hapnh lo lequning the commission in fixing cated and believe thfir troubles are lates to consider market values of at an end It is said however that Judge William H. West, "Blind Upper Sandusky Man Slam at 3 7 rlr J vtfc Onpalp, Q Man Died of Old Age. FELLFFCNTAIXF 0 Judge am H est March lo Blind Man Eloquent died suddenly tud peace fullj it his. home of the fiiluie of ami jage Ho nisacd his Noon Hour While Alone In Shop. of eight) seventh IPPFR SANDtSKY 0 Maichlb ilham SUum propnetor of a plumb ins; and heat ng dt 3yc stocks and bonds of a The market these securities Bett man said wab dependent upon the service rendeied bv the and the service is the result of the rates Hence he aigued this provision of th hill would tie the hands of the commission He would hai e rates based solelv on pin steal He also stated that the bill authouzed bonds foi monejs expended five previous to the application of the law would thereb} permit capitalization of man spent for the paj of employes The bill is better than nothing said Frank Woods former Medina representatne and authoi Of previous utility Mils For that reason at should pass The bill however should included steam laihoads as with the present jailwaj commission law a weak affair at best the laws on utiH tv regulation will be hopelesslj tan gled This hill I would criticise be cause it does not regulate stocks and bonds and there is nothing in it to one utihtv fioiu owning all the stock of another But although the bill is a step in the right dnec tion there are inanj amendments which be added nght and left cwings at schools were dealt befoie the seiidte school were dealt befoie the senate common schools bj i S J Vining supporting Sen atoi founts state uniform text book bill The committee probablj iPil recommend the bill foi passage chaiged that UK Stephens can still be compelled o support his ehildien His wue whom he deserted to eloi e %jth Miss Piper secured a divoice from him El FFALO N Y Mdicb lork Central was fined and the Pennsj for rebitmg The rebites en to the Standaid Oil which has al reach been fined 000 for the same offense That the city and L S M S Ry Co are near an agree ment on the Columbus avenue and Hayes avenue grade cross ings abolishment, and that coun cil will coon authorize a bond is sue election by which the electors of Sandusky can finally say whether or not they want a separ ation of the grades at the points named was made evident at the informal conference of the coun oilmen Tuesday evening I his case He had the figures to FINED FOR REBATING that tnc flxed were higher than would be necessarr to raise re- quired leienue under a ten yer cent hmu law The secretarv of the tax commis- sion stated to the Star Journal this afternoon th it no changes had ypt been officiallj announced and he could not su what assurances had beeu ffiven to Deis- it was admit- ted however that reductions would be made although no figures Announcement of the success or Deiat will be receUed with, much --atisfaictiou b> of In presenting s hp followed the plan he had sue gested and which was bv the Business Men s association com- mittee It is expected that a hon zontal reduction of from fifteen to twentj per cent will ultimately be made Apparently it was shown that the valuations made here were (09 high (Continued on Page Six There were no lepieaentatives of Ihe laihoad companj present at tLe aiou but Solicitor Steincmann is on hand with a new proposition f om the L S M S in w Inch thp ompam made certain concessions and demanded others of the eitv Iht lailroad s concession in subbtince is said to be what amounts to an agiee ment to stand TD pei tent of the cost of the sepaiation instead of the bo pei cent leqmred b} the law The de mands for concessions made by the companj however will be met with a counter demand fioin the city for certain oilier things Councilmen dis cussed the proposition at great length but from expiessions gamed Wed nesday fiom members. It would ap peii that the and railroad will soon come to teims It looks to me said one council- man as if it were a sure thing that council would take steps for a bond issue election Grade crosbing abolishment w as not the onl> matter talked of at the conference which lasted until near the midnight hour Tht matter of constructing i stoim water sewer in the south end district was discussed amoro iuor here in' coii m the Treasures to China Anti-an Called. SECT I KOI a n 1 to ass mte tl P ai 11 nic-tri goveinui gPDcril Tdaiuai d, touting his tiam dic daj the through American lOTai The misc aij go' i co" of ir-e i 'ins plct !uin d if o t to the J due f i Kr ans i i been Iested I itimutiim To rinm ent thp be undo tikPn against plot and to an on ST Taidi H Rus 6la todav no C ma tl if unless a eitisfactorv replv to s second l ote to China 15 rconvet1 wtlhm aipxt ten j-hp in tttr will he kft to the war denar nent to sPttk prcpaiaiions it was learned todav have b en m dc for war feeblp health foi months Two suivne John E and William both law ers of this cit> Judge was born in Mlllsboi ough eton countv 1 vanii Peb 9 1S21 In 1880 his par pnts moved to count Ohio and there he attended srho( 1 latei sup s plemrntinc that ed i ition with a cou -.e it lefier en PC liege n Prnr I vlvania HP htpr i.a ight d schorl in H nipden college in In IS-iO in" o Bf-llefontanr- aid ''fi 'iei' Hv, wi h thp late Inds lavvientc ana had puctKtd heic snop nq ip iru tite a v u i when fail pg 1 fal h fompplled In ISo-J IP pa ti c piteci in th" organization of t le it rubhcai i 1 n w is le in the coivention an 1 as a the shop m the rear his stoie Mjs Urv siuiounds the ciinie aad he au- thorities. aie woiking on two theoiies Staum s family advanced the theoij that the muider perpetrat ed bj a secret enemj nursed a giudne against tne dt 1 nn r biding his time n n t tht crimp he belli wis the best chance of t upm n I teitioi Countv atuhontie-> think it po ihlp the ciime was the woik of cil wilt push thiough the necessatj legislation to thp propcnv own ers south of the I S M tiacks therelufthej have long defied Coun ilman Uundliuhs pet idea calls for onlv a storm itci to into Pipe creek tht piopprtv owners will be thankful for this the state bomd of health will not permit BY' WAR' mo EXCITED TO! 1 TI S 0 March War It alsi is repotted that raihoads iro t continues heie despite de- cu foi the m ivement tnt the Ohio militia will be to care foi the needs of the south end distnct Tl e mattpi of proposed pivms to be undpital PO 'his was lUt ?iven attention tailed out and to the Mexican boidei I ht lepoits ptioist that tie ht me nude to the 511 irdb This however tppears to be unfound ed Mijor H foimerh o Sandiisl of tin r EH ment O N O is one ot tK Ohio Natoinl f cfmt, 14 w'roil nnnub in rl t li n npnt on roihm? the village m n as a ainn corpb GuaM cill d to th" in mm villp di tint in Olio Suspicion howevtr points to The ipports atqiined a shade of vies tended i rl j nnnps owned bv ope! ito s in ill itor in !IP stii sUu tui d( Ohio dis'rut n ir inn u d 1 irtment pi PI a at >i to 1 f t rn P mis n u n w 1! li 11 PSL thp m li Pff ne t Mm it mt {ionni il vbi rit his IP rti nt of ihffni n penprl 1 i t om form i ut m ru anwhi! Phis of st it f i mi n n is trie arv of th( in n ind f >ini( r lutrfiit fipnei il B d ins; to br> rf back on the of the 0 C PRISON BARS FAILED TO PREVENT WEDDING Tenn March 15 blacking her face and assuming the charicter of a negro boy, Miss Cleo Lucas vesterday succeeded m being married to Dr Jona man in jail here charged with the murder of Thomas O Norman The v ounce woman in the twilight mounted a ladder ind stood outside the window of her lovers cell while Squire Charles who "was tiiu Sherman, performed cerfr- monv V week ago the Doling woman went to the jail with hpr mother and a minister but the nnrnage v Sheriff the shenff did not know the young woman was near the cell HEARING OF DAMAGE SUIT IS POSTPONED bank no (Vie nd aiitlonhes are abso lutPl clc vs The Pool covciPd with blojd Thprp wpro fourteen womds on Stauin s head most of thpm top N u bv on th 11 )nbi v when it 1li it 4djt Gen ei i i red to v u utment foi (i nt Ihr w is ai d bi cht h id be n rj us tions to the tqmpmtnt stiffi ar 1 when eiel bioid ni  t e to The above picture shows some of the troopt on parade At tort Sam Houston near San Aatoaio, lex Cereral roglincuts of regulars comprise this smftU army are all ready for busineso, m v o n 11 f ht ort h ii 1 L li f i'l O f o c is o t tsih si y 15 oithird in in i IPI thU the irelp ciie of on41 or d o r i 1 to o lipr in h t 01 itU r how arpt il an oirh u t i v ti n s ovv i tr if hi ntieMKi is car le and le his trt o 111 o "11 Ipisi tiei s are i n PI i com 1 sptnt a 1 !i t udi with Thtv hive no orchaid uui awric ilMr u law then Moi an 1 all a i The Cptoi tnat it w th  thev are forced 10 di The operatun is not exp sue noi dots it anv large et i P i wtirh f r t i i e n lir noit! tht UK it !tu i From wh ir who be infected N Insptc cill path m it a chance o be relieved liib beon Droning be or p-t have ad ing plan long ajgo be! 1 that to it ranch of of Country -fw no QUICK i pen e If a Urniei not care to save his trees he mi> cut them down but he hib no right to permit them to stand muely as beds (or the ile- no iprsving only Ohio SPAPLRl   

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