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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION 'V THE SANDUSKY S TAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 16 1911, NUMBER 134 COMMANDS TBOOPS I AT GALVESTOM Railroads and Bridges To Be Blown up With Dynamite In 24 Hours. OFFICIAL WARNING IS GIVEN AT WASHINGTON Attempt to Wipck Barracks At Juarez But Partially Suc- cessful, It Develops WASHINGTON Marsh 16 Official announcement was made here today by the revolutionary Junta and confirmed by railroad advices from San Antonio that within 24 hours the revolutionists will cut off atl railroad communi cation with the interior of Mexico by the dynamiting of tracks and bridges Tvie revoluslomsts ar nouced this has been deter mined upon because the railroads failed to stop the transportation of federal troops when so ordered BarracKs PI Match 1b Follow Ing exploding of i ch of mtio khte me last n ght under the fedeial Imrricks at Juartz th-1 entue citj throvn into o i inic tjJa., otier 1 oiros th fiibes attached found ii i arts oi the It is n v, concidoiPd ce tain that the ex I o ion ?rt of a plot to ip the feci ril ofikirs n d troops thai loi e on mtscained As a re s It can ias Leen for othei cxpio i es al o it the and the or 13r ic- ted th-'t am one found o iv s ill le cummarih sho t PTL il mo lib st to oaj hat no o le flxjJo0 o i list n f it it is nidirt.too' il cumiei bado m ire1 o i r nice ob ere ma eJ and a tuied Tno att let aitac sac occ ipiecl tl'e I ou t ent xic in cnalij md a P In t n rt cf hr towi Tier" i-o ecu i g neiii feeling that li e m u u tmng to sui joui d tl f1 1 1) I i O 11.31111 Ctos 16 SUP pcscd t hi e ept into the alon tic i nl lac t acko A tu plac In" U t( itteiipted to got ly ch s Ln HIP loo out on top of tht bir op bung 1113 down twj of the nsimectos The jest e into tne rountij All tie Mo inn holciiers in town Trtere ctlltd or dii A guaid TV da ]'accd i round ih biuarlo inr no of fnal n foin at in a to he ent of th dan igt is> c it It could lie fion a icent ts low 01 r th it itnnei of ban ick build irr ec The ui] led nsunectos weie car rled bj sjlli rs repoit that M scld PIS weie mjin d resulted in the gf-neial confub >n Mexican oficeu dom d that anj one >ad been k I id would saj tothiag fuirhei Ihc town scon quieted down and the people lad piepartd to cioss the bridge letuinel It Ya known for lal da s t at Genenl I Mills is in commind of ihe troops it Caheston He was formerly commandant at Point General Mills is ore of tV officers promoted bv Rocsevelt over hca b ot others aid advance raent caused serious mticism Pie i ('ent Roosevelt gavt Genpial Millb this pieternient because of his pal lantij in action in the Cuban cam paign, Report Says Conference Has Been Arranged To Take Place in Cuba Legislators Making Good Prog- ress and May Soon Set Date For Finish. THE WEATHEH for cist Fair tonight and t i dav n, ng tempei ttme lemuuaunc a i i m 10 de Ipiiiperittnp one ai in use 1 urn it o 4 t m md sei it o i) in (stimliid !inu Mixln im fir I he n end n, it 11101 todi Os miles n ilhwpbt it 10 odoik ICY GALE ON LAKE TAKES TUG FISHERMEN TO DEATH HELPED CLEAR COX IN CONTEMPT CASE DELAY ROSE LAW CHANGE Not Enough Pledges Yet Se- cuied To Insure Some Important Measures FOR MEMORIAL SITE State Tax Commission Leaves Work Here to Boards Of Review. Special to the Star Journal COLUMBUS 0 larch 16 The senate this morning passed f-e Dean bill authorizing the Perry s Victory Centennial com mission to use ot c und it now has in hand in purchasing a s te for the proposed celebra tion COIIMBIS 0 Maich the i) losing of bills both he houce and senate legislator are to hud and theic is talk] of an eaiH aajouinment Sneakei inmg said the hou P could get thing, in shapi to idjonin lo I A conteience bjon he held Repres ntatue Pulton it is nou said will introduti the new bill to ippli to on'' MUST RETURN FULL VALUE Changes To Be Made Only Wheie It Is Shown Aie (oo rUc Robe counts option law but actioa 1 as been di ed because not enough been Some membeis object to signing a pledge Kellers senate bill Lucas countv a subdivision Sounding a against any misinterpretation of the action of the state ta- commission in allow ing a reduction on real estate values set by boards of review in the city and county County Audi tor Deist Thursday morning said that the state authorities would insist on a 100 per cent valuation in every instance One thing that the state authon DIVISION OF BIG ESTATES m niej bv tin. Qthei Reforms Also Promised it it is While Recent Defeat Has Weakened Rebels, judicial district bi itself placing Huion in the fouitu ties aie demanding in counts is making''nat piopeitj should be appi used at of the its tine lalue said the auditoi The CK. Chde lol i son ot Cm in all 0 Mas onp of the 111 asso ntion oni mittee tint di ide 1 tint tuorge b not in conl m it louit 'throueh issumE i ilms ing that his icient indiu in.nt [brought ilout through politk Ld [ward Ballon eeneial counsel of thp B 0 lailroad and Tohnson signed Itht majoiiu rejoit dealing A ten-is the third memhci of thp committee repoited that theie contempt m the Cox statement i eductions nnde therefoip weie not 10PK Maich aie 1 ei istpnt eioits hpie that steps 11 e about to be taken to Pnd the levolu t cjarj outbrpak m Mexico Finance Minister Limaa4oui leftist utv pre umablj to letllin to Alexico One le pott says T, conf ieme to end tht tiouhles have been ananged, to tal e place on Cubm soil between M Limantour Plnl- ardti r kux the Lnited s a "h s cietarv of tate and General Ecina do ido1 ct the Mexican aimj The conference is slated to take I lace the second wprk of Ipnl m Havana it was stated nositivelj Pi evident Goipez of Cuba is named dibtnct was substituted for Mr TNin ho'lzontal ones as some persons tPi s house bill and passed The same have supposed The taxing iiithorities bill wib vetoed bv Governor Harmon C( the countv aie simplj granted the last veai of eirors (o lower the figures to whatevei An important bill to municipalities extent thev just provided it is vvis i elating to street paving within the estimates laid down bv the Mr Barthelmew was Us author It state attthonties he concluded proudes that street lailroick inside 4udito, Delst ,n r t of complimentb to, his successful each vviyfiom thp center of a single trac.1 and three feet on eithei sip-e at ColumDUS ednesdaj about the leduoUons A flne of and bix months ira for the milkman s peisifet gathered investigation In He -rav of facts long and painstaking of statistics and the at> ihe mtei-iieclnn ananged the piling c a lesult if is prophe sled that Gencial be buit to inn for the presidencj of Mexico with the united suppoit of the Diaz ind that of thp Madeiisl element of the isitnection st Cenor Limantour will succeed Lni ique C Citel as Mt-xican n miner of forei-n affans ____ Irora Mexico titj u lies the leport lieen that the application o" Mini te i j instil mantcui s sug-est i u j d union j reetos re i few m IPS south of and sile of Iirse ebtates for the Juarez but n I in t numbeib hi of He penult t n Tuare? f-a thp aspect jf a nty pre l'v mide President Diaz to a com I Daring foi (r Sand bas; arp pi'el mittte fion let t JJP at tlle edy uf the flat loots of Hildago who protested that their mg lo nouses to act a- breastuoiks Peopl propeitj had been stized bj an nu have been foiMdden to ventuie far j a'on om a beyond the emirons nfle loop Picsident Diaz is said lo ALBANY Air Canfieid of Pulton countv passed have been M tie house All cieam offered for n-ave neen sale the bill sajs must contain 1C pci cent of milk fine and jatl foi the mill man Fulton cf Ticking who is the chanman of the house committee on federal iplations seems to hive taken the Imtiatne m pre congi essional appoitionment bill A i umbei of the democratic con giessmen of the state were in Poluni hus foi conferences regaiding the (Continued on Page Fne) granted the state au thonties it is not likely that the committee from the Business Men s association will go to Columbui Tha order will soon be issued le convening both the citi and county boaids of reMCw upon which will de- the of making the reduc tion Auditor Deist slid h" would lecommend that i horizontal reduction of IT per cent be made in the citv per cent or ibout 000 m resent for equalization excessnely high allies mav be pi op erlj reduced The same plan will be followed in the townships In event the valuation is to be kept i to 100 per is its actual Judge Gorman Styles Utter- ances As Insolent And False But pismisses Case. CINCINNATI O Mairh Tudee Frank Gorman in commoi pleas cunt the Uteiances of Geoige B Cox insolent and false d is missed the contempt chaiges against the lepubhcan boas The uiling fol low ed the i ecomrm ndations in the nnjontj report of the special com nuttee of thiee Tttoinejs appointed to mi estigate the chat tes against Cox as the result of hiB alleged m tei view publisher! in a Cincinnati paper An apologj is requned of the paper After the state Ind rented in the case tf Tacoh (_ politi cian (haiged with listing out saloons in tl e collection of Judge Coi man oven tiled i motion the de fenbe to dismiss the tual The mo tioi was hased on alleged deteUs m the indictment PP Pla March 16 A great fire is this afteinoon threaten HEAVY DAMAGE DONE BY FIRE AT RAVENNA MATRIMONIAL AGENCY FOR TITLED CLIENTS The Silver Spray, Formerly Of Sandusky, Went Down Off Cleveland And Crew Perished, Life Savers Being Helpless. Tin ee OtHei Tusii, Missins, But Wei e Later Repoited Safe In Lota1 Bents Safe But Huior Yen Had Touch Expeneiue LOST AND MISSING AS RESULT OF WINTRY GALE. boats safely in port except Gowan and Mary H sheltered at Pelee Island and whiq1! came in Thursday unharmed Silver Scray sunk eight men drowned tugs in arter th-ilhrg experience one boat crashed aga nst break water and beached but crew saved tugs m PORT boats ventured out tugs out all reached port men ax inown to be dionne 1 the result of tht temflct gale win h latt night mi ig uigo aie now Known to bt it Ih si i t I nm Of the known to be dt id i wtie ui wnctl with the ainkiag of the fishing bih i bpiai ju t oulslte the 1 eikwat l at il _s> ]T-t while Chailia (.npps >f Cl swtp Irom the ui-, B and diowned in the The ciew of tht Sihei Spra> that went dj s with the bopt ot Capt limes Engmeei Rbcit aid of and ft 1-1" mes, dia.lf-i and m 1 an unknown wbm ill of Cleielind Two other menih i it the nev Lharles Pard% and Chirles ji of Eiu weie to h the craft but were lift behmd thus the fatt of Ui it Three that mi Tl p Monauh t 111 the Ger aid D Capt Bnce and the s in I uu (iPme aie oile la poits the nist at U and the list at Conntaut The Sihei which kti land harbor jtsterdaj afteinooi eu to put back when the heivj gilt tdiiu up but was il le t> make onh the sllgRtest headwiv tol thi e houis distiesb lights wei biined 1 it ugs tint hui i II gotten n ih did nit daie out Fbe progi of Spra% in Us battle to get ba k the 1 watei is waUhed l> Capum Hens-en of the life station He flmlh saw It caught on the crest of T '0 foot breaker at 11 "1 las-t night and dashed against the breakwitei Boats which later put out in tin. hope of picking up some of the crew of the ill fated tug could not find i trace of the wreckage ind the entire tug with ill on boaid is bilmpd to, at on e to the bottom Bodies ire being recovered j At 9 o clock this moinmg the bod I FAREWELL MESSAGE CLEVELAND O March Th i, afternoon a piece of the wreckage of the t-g Silver Spray was pieced uo in the Cleveland harbor on which was found a message evidently written at the last moment before tug wa" wrecked by Cap'am Purdy to hjs wife It read Goodbye Hattie We are go- ing on the breakwater JAMES PURDY' Five bodies have now been recovered of t apta n PurcU and Charles Hriss-o boh lite preservers wete picked up inside the Ueveltiui (Continued on Ptgc Two) LAST OF LOCAL BOATS SAFE IN PORT; THE PERRY READY TO GO OUT; FRUIT NOT HURT IT WAS COLD who tod u opund j in "i 011 Y March 16-Thc case which e commercial 10RK Maieh BlPver of lenna a matrimonial foi titled clients announced that slit has two Austrian princps 0 counts and a biion leadv to wed American gills with mr-nev she guarantees the titles of hei foieign clavs ind will March swept a quarter t section of the r Idot night was all letuk foi weddings foi la ijam ILT nrtvf given] AIJDA i i ne case nna'lv gotten i i tontrol two cent of the bndes wedding holes in the w Us of the old mission assuiance that a'tei the cessation of of Mrs Edith Melber 'urged with el mnicti i i damage of imition :L ln the healt of thetown the leiolntion the goveinmlnt plins murdering her old son bj fne Cnlr mrt Meits and Riddle I--------------------------- to and larccl anon? tie giving him cirbolir aud i he ask Ke p conol'tMv dps! i oyed and 1 eople it a low pn e the hi" estile" ed for a drink of watei v e i to i 11 o hci buildings badlv dam throughout the re] ubl c the juiv at 2 2o this afte noor are kept open With the gale continuing until far into the night the cold wave promised by the weather bureau sent the mercury down to nine above zero at 6 o clock Thursday morning Because of the h gh "siuidnskv ficherm n ire Ml tho e who ventired out d irnved in poi and so r3 local losses aie rej orted TIu ti h md Kune commission "lea IPI Ol in H Perrv hv ir kson siieet slip riiui dav h torn ii HTfired To go 0 it and -i Slat in the h lor wind it was probably the coldest "Ishoild i nil come Tie Pe rv w night of the winter Houses were to hive b en laid up for a da heated with difficulty The maxi th U some miui rou was day Wednesday Sny Amenm is ire Safe. EI PASO rev. ance of the f t M irch 16 V'sur of all Americans El Paso advices aie al 'ul "IP defeat ot tbp i o moie npicp at Cvias I d Inheritance" will be In- Iterestmg. not exceeded The lowest temperature during January was zero v. tile in February the lowest order; was fifteen above The March The temperature early Thursday was s x below the February record Warmer weather is coming U--CS now confined in i r is wii Granlies ls sa'd 'o hue bppn dis Tlven in in official statement astloisi to their Ti nnnton s ntpivitws n d pronises ofj reforms have also bepn effective at Juarez Auieiicans nou pusoners will trials in mil comts on charge of fas as ita ml the sedition n-t tno soviri officials 1 now ill eio is> still in the. ment but horenfttr all in mrp los e "nboihoo I of ban Dig Ram.no i citizens of the I nitcd Stat Ont gives Madero one or not rmj sub p t (o hp death Bpld pipce i 1 i ,i I renalty undc summiij militaiy i ro s 1 nt the junta Krovv nollin of i aitillp 1 PI The statement flora the Mideio is. iiovni! on luiiez. Pucta there (Continued on Pige I mimils OHIO FISH COMMISSION STEAMER PERRY IN PORT HERE READY FOR ORDERS TO BEGIN SEARCH FOR MISSING TUGS IN THE LAKE mcirio of deter PROGRESSIVE LEAGUE TELLS OF PROGRESS STARJOIRNVL RUREUJ 1 Buildin, I WASHINCTON D C 16 An Interesting ment his been the National Progic s-ue b republican League what t llae nucomph hftd its oigan (ton 6h Jan 21 and its plans for th thp sti c vs It his been ado in h tie l-rlpaitr of Lal ic 1 b th 10? novemei eti ve v generil aid enthu "mons- 1 i nt i who ire f tl} to l i2amst hi control o stites b svpc ai in ere This cr stall ?at on of sentiment is- particu brlv s-troig in the and n Mich eastern ftites as New "V.ork Oh o and Illinois where reaction is r oct fortified If as ha been ll ni ed a vigorous ei n can be carried on dur ng it is to say will be thoroughlv plans of league are militant in character I propose, to send o lit star like Senators Tlapp Bourne I aPo'l" t and Gov ernor or Neo as] to ex pound pro of rennbl p the mcst aggressive ia d'irhg the neit vear Ive-v next mciths ttate that is cons dered sood forag thit the Co mtr> Ing ground will be invaded bv thel dentified with the program of ponu opeaKers bv the leagie hr government as adopted bv the to go out and spread the progressive league gospel States of the middle vves I The awak-red bv Ipasup' like Ohio Indi iiw hcntucks ind Illi is md cated as follows The o3ic has been swamped with reqi ests fcrl literature enrollment banks and fo in the ascendancy will ne I speakers as well s for assistance! tnide the baltlegro inds of progies ln ti-e drafting of bil s in me various activity of the wav >n[ Ii deing from th? rf- the program of the league lias sponse from individuals and organic fie progr'ssive sentiment good start 'nit is not vet rr- been receiver! in various sections ol pit country and various orgamia (Coitinued on Page Two "ind h" pioo, (linger to boat-- the hies n not dnn n I p to a late hour tij to leave port weie leceived -.andsiukeis Mln H or tu9 Homegirdner Sand and C win of the Kellev Hand Lime anil Trinsnoit companv irrlved in pet ri in dav mninme I'tei s sending il div it leke [stand 'teamei md i i "o o' slid ibos 1 ind w rt il o hrivtl covered vn t ice The MT i! experienced soirj trou le plowing her vva thioiiKh ite iloi e the vv front nei" the fon of Tol ml i iv me ti t sle in r 11 dtne_fi i t! ite h oon uleisel her elf and vent to her dock i tin I i To TI HI te i i o inst rt lem int 1 i orf i Uv WednesdaT FORMERLY OWNED HERE Uip ti" Sihei which s nt di vn off (lev eland cirrving c cevcn men to then death was ornerl i k hou She 'vi re mlt n 01 'i it the I ake 'lie Or Pock t Millip' to i 111 t tor thp Booth Pish o I ast l- shp vvis sold to T P Har lined ot Fne Pa Fpiore be mi, ie nh she md fls i ed in a rac( iuio s thp md ir line and 1 h 1 11 pn hi d u on bv the Ca m h IP iol HOT one chot soin., hti (n i o i r f h ti m mPHe a tno t K( I 1 pirlv ml 1 ro isi i of wino lo j citv (lo k SHP left on her t IPS Iir tr i 10 tb i lands T p liuiuh Vdelaine in charge id tin laco! Teise had a hird tims mm into tV locil port dav ifceinoon with i cargo of Aloird Pn w is the onh boat to rrtnn with fish The launch vprv heavilv covered with Riil il sippt ,t the foot of Cfr lumbu, uenue wis covered with Set. the icsiilt of th( waves breaking the retiming wall Much ice was packed m the slii s and along the. witu front bomo 'pir wis felt that the cold m ght have damaged fruit trwtt but growtrs said not probable At Port Clinton It smrt the buds are not jet far advanced to tie injured unless tto freeze should he prolonged which not hk< v Snenallttt at the atncnlurnl evpertmeot Sootier eivrauwl   

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