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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDSUKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 191 PALACE ATTA Many Windows Broken While President Diaz Was En- tertaining Guests. NO INVASION WITHOUT CONGRESS' AUTHORITY President Taft Indicates Bor- der Policy and Meantime Ac- tivities are Continued, STAR JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Building WASHINGTON March 13 Confidential reports from Mexico Indicate a bad situation that is rapidly growing worse The strict censorship of the Diaz government is preventing the facts from reaching the outside world In the northern states of Mex ico insurrection is rampant Amer lean women are being rushed out of the country as rapidly as possi ble Even palace at Mexico City was attacked by a mob shout ing "Vive Madero" and the win dows were shattered, the gueits fleeing in terror Aduces from San Antonio tell of the attack on the palace which claimed was made about 9 o clock in the while the president was gmng a reception which was attend   dedication exercises of that great Ravenna St Bernaid St Mans population mingling among' Toi'onel RoSevT th, eta It would leave Thit imp0 i dson to heheve that he re i siustint a! portion ol the e tlt  Lieoia tV ad pU 1 bon vvds tr mad bv c Dot i 1 11211 lelaine tnd ni0n lncGs0iven m Mix Bill bait's hushind tl dt he would he am ph -emeinbep d was the question put to Ml Dnerflins.l Thin cer tamlv weie was ti, re And fmtheimo''? I 1111 pie pared to ev on th witnebs stand ind prou whit I am Divine he dtdand I hue heaid of o hei Memems which s.i to ccrinmi the propo-sit OP thit l eoi_( wis t umimbeRd in the dktnbitioT o! til e-nte That was mil rs uod thue wis no q tion ibont u concluded Mr Uou C oi" Bi ibdoh dots not expeet to letuin to hi hoip m S] in.. Tenn foi it leist i mouth He will reainam in the citv u nil the n ctssi H gil steps no takrn f i th c.st iblishment I ROOSEVEL T DEDICA TES BIG RECLAMATION eldthe in the cit in Peilins township even tr> hi if with diffeient j :i 1 w ith fi lends H is quite forniPi f FINE SHAPE, SAYS STATE E) Two Trivial Errors Found and All Departments Are Giv- en Praise CITY OWES MAYOR; ONE FUND MISTAKE Report Filed Today Is Highly Complimentary and Shows Excellent Conditions, GEORGfc, BU H veais He is confident h will as he had not been in Siiiduskv for c in dt least a bluie ot the mingling among which weie many strangers and the Ti officiated at the i ess was eit this afternoon formal dedication Conserv ation and the ce was completed with I one cities Percj Andieae chief of the biew ers vigilance bureau has sent a let ter to the brewers association mem Roosevelt s openins the gpte that let! Ders telling how it all happened to the flood waters into the n._ ditches irrigation tne original Dean bill He deolaies that seventy members of the house of represrntdtives were pledged for the Senator Burton Expects Arbi- tration Pact Between U. S. And England 'ERHAPS TRIPLE ALLIANCE bill when the session opened With The structure one of the wonder ful engineering achievements with which Uncle Sam is transforming his out uslng names ne charges fourteen desert lands into fertile and ,iroduc i wlth violating their live farm lands was completed Feb word Wajne B 'Wheeler Ai1 Siloon League superintendent in ILL; NEAR DEATH JKEAiCHANGE Former Cleveland Executive Contention Of Hospitals Is that Unconscious And His Condi- tion Is Most Critical. ruarv 5 and formally dedicated bj. Ex President Roosevelt todaj So retort denies this marvelous has been the course of con 1 Speaker followed up his at itruction of this irrigation dam that't1ck xlnon tne school book combina Mlich Fol- l_ I lowing a serious telapse which oc last Wednesdn former Mrs. Schuck Did Not Ac- cept Will's Terms. Claiming that Mane I EUuick nev e. elected to take undei tho will of her husband the late R fc, Schnck banker Providence and Good Sandtsky city officials have good reason to congratulate them selves on the fine showing they have made according to the report of State Examiner F L Baird to State Auditor Fulhngton, in Batrd o examination of the city accounts recently for a period be g -nmg October 131909 and eftjd mg January 5th 1911 Copies of the report were received here Sat urday and show that the account mg affairs of eveiy city depart n ent have been properly admin- istered M folding to Etan mer Bn ds Sn i i foi evirv there is n 60 dm and due t'-t com ten endowment fund from 'iH! vuul sinking fund ftc-a hese two amounts all a counts 101 nci to be inriect to the penny" With iefeien.ce to his examination of the fiei uiers it-counts ti Bind sijs The accounts of tieasmer a e m excellent e and snow cdie and attention As to Auditor Loth s depat tment. the examiner sus The records from the beginning it has attracted the eves of the prominent engineers of the world Its dimensions are startling At the base it covers an acre of ground Its IIP TO CONGRESS -JkUGUSTA March President Taft todav let it be known that he would consider an mvaiton of Mexico as nothing short of a declaration of war and that is only possible by ac tion of congress As a consequence it (Continued on Page Five T Secret Orders Issued To Pre- pare for Active Field Ser- vice OnJJorder. Japan Might Ultimately Be In- cluded Th International Peace Arrangement, tion made bv him in an address before I the senate commitiee on schools Tuesdav night with an inteiview in which he claimed that the he-ici of the at ack being made b> the boon T T 1 l T _, "'C..VI., uauly-l anu UOUU c icv-uma Mavor Tom L Johnson lapsed into Samantan hospitals through their at flles m the auditoi s department art tins ifternoon and tornejs filed! their answers baturdav and in excellent condition moinmg in the common pleas com' and ongmal bills attached to the suit bi ought bv F p Zollinse are nleii "umericallv bv departments of the estate of Mrs Schuck readv of refeience Tha ing covering a city block would not fill the space occupied by this tower ing masonry structure Locited m a canycn heretofore in accessible 62 miles from the nearest CLEVELAND 0 March 18 Sen-1 railroad the construction of this dam atoi Theodore Bjrton expects a new involved many problems and taxed compulsoiv arb tration treaty between tne lnsenuit) of the builders to the the United States and Great Britain Their first problem was the which will cover even questions of construction of a broad highway For national honoi to be made within a twent> miles this tiaverses i track height is 280 feet on top it is 1 080 on the bMls now pouling feet long At the bottom it is 170 the legislature IB locates in tne feet thick. A story build the state scho01 commission He read a Ifetter which was sent o t b l DICK who is the state school commissioner to teachers urging them to bring their membe his condition is considered! most critical His familj hurried here to dav from New Alavor Tohnson has been in poor health foi two vears Recenth he beemed to impioving and he give some attention to politics it being understood that if the improvement continued he would again be a less desert and for 42 mileb more the roid was literati] caived from can) on walls or blasted from the steep sided mountains Such a treaty the senator declared would pievent wais between the two countries and probablv would lead to a triple alliance between Great Brit is now considered one of ain Japan and the United States I most remarkable highw aj s in Asked what the effect of a full ar bitration treatv would be on the ex the the I world It opens up to the travelling Public a country unrivaled in grandeur isting military alliance between Japan beauty and ma'nes easy of access i some of the best preserved cliff dwel and England the senator said Of course that is a sepaiate treaty in the southwest between two nations and its effect In preparation for the construction of the dam the government engaged immense in manv activities would not be changed directly How ever the making of an arbitration treatv with Great Britain probably' power plant was installed near'the would lead to a definite of I site selected for the structure A England s position and little bv lit cement mill was built with an out put of oOO barrels daily It has turn :le to othei relations between the :hree countries between possiblv an alliance That would do away with anv fear of hostilities between Japan and the United States Taft To trgf Treaty. AUGUSTA Ga March dent Taft-made it known todaj that mmediatelv upon the assembling of congress he will urge the Immediate ratification of the new arbitration :reah with England He considers -his of the most supreme importance as it would prevent Great Biltam 'rom aiding Japan in the event of war between Japan and the United States The proposed treaty will be :he most radical peace treatv ever pre sented to the world ed out barrels in all approximately 340000 at a saving to govern ment of more than o 000 Two farms wre operated to supply pro. visions for the camp and forage for the livestock Domestic water sup ply was piped from springs miles dis tant Mearlj 600 Apache Indians weie emploved for several vears upon the cons ruction work A telephone line somewhat over 100 miles long and a power transmission line 7u miles long were both constiucted and have been in operation since the commencement of the task While the Roosevelt Dam has been the principal single structure m con (Continued on Page Three LA FOLLETJE PREPARES 10 AM SAN AMONIO Maich orders were issued todav to everv brigade and legimental com niander to prepare the divis ion of troops now here foi in slant field service under actual war conditions This is taken to mean that the troops will at once be ord ered to the Mexican frontier icady to cross the instant the next con gress might authorize an invasion All the recruits manv of whom never bandied a gun before aie being put through dail> taiget practice with Spnngfields The pontoon bridge equipment has been Jtransfened to the Southern Pacific read) to start south and sufficient cars are being to throw a cavalry brigade into Mexico m one dav All officers have been- served with large military maps of Mexico and the orders to move south are momenta] ilv expected 1 loops todaj were jubihnt over the p actiral certainty that thej are to move soon If Minister of Finance Llmantour is eomg to Mexico Cit> with the mten tion of inducing President Diaz to listen to terms proposed bv the insur rectos for cessation of hostilities it is laid that his efforts w 11 prove fruit- less Lwks like olraslon EL PASO March of in immediate invasion of Mexico Bore definite shape todav when com- tanies of American troc.is were moved lown to the lio Grande and station- Id at the fnds of the bridges leading into Mexico Troops have also a-hington todav for Mexico He is SOME QUESTIONS going there at the instance of the iTonsiu senator to gSther inforna MADISON Wis March tion to be by Senator LaFollette "Why is the president massing m combatting the administrations on the Mexican Mexican milltarv and mvii policv He a ks Senator LaFollette in his with him passpoits from the Weekly, just issued He con state department tmues I The first gun of opposition from Is it because Henry W Taft the senate insurgents to the Mex.can brother of the president is direc "I maneuvers will be fired bv Senator tor in the Pearson Sons Com LaFollette in his personall conduc pany an English corporation the publication I aFollette s tteeklv largest single financial interest in an eirlv date Once fipht is! Mexico, is it becajseJ P Morgan open the administration will be of the lejislature into line candidate foi nnjoi this fall the Yount bill and othei.s i c np s jjn also ,3eciar tiat he had letters in his poises IRISH SHAMROCK on i i cb otnc or the s( aool book combination claimed to have in c'ai late the less fluenced m then hands that would m duce Governor Harmon to veto the bill even if it did pass Speaker Vmlng declares his mten tion of fighting the school book con bindtion with all the influence ihat he can command The bill Htioduced bj Repiesenta tne Woodworth pioposing to use (Continued on Page Six to have the alleg> d election placed on the recoitls of the piobate court The position of the hospitals is de fined m then p'eidings that Mrs Schuck never made anv legal choice in mattei Accoiding to their con iiale tentions she had severs uniform system of accounting is tall? installed A close supervision of both. leueiptt, and expenditures is haa ail4 the iiditor and his deputj are to ba for their painstaking THE WEATHER ing foi the sake of argument 'and The mSteiLof made a decision to take un the safetv department aie in Mod It i thd clalm and complete and all documSS it was not placed on the court records lare on file The same words of prafek ,s now too late to do so I are given the service deparS, ouncil ind GOMPERS AND TOBIN RUSH TO BIG STRIKE b> thfl among th ______________ depends upon the decision NEW YORK Maiih 18 of a strike of all unions affilnted with the International Teamsteis union which would call out 70000 men in this cit> and tie up everv thing on including blj, latters uiuLLi'i semen as i i i_ toe exsnt- eailv as possible a large sum w h ealle'cl for an of monev will go to 'he hospitals, and than lhe offtaal records Ithe Caruegie Ilbrarv or will be dis 1 Forecast and slightlv colder tonight Sunday threaten wheels aie being made todaj and both ing and warmer President Gompeib of the Temperatuie at 7 a m 32 de federation of Labor and Inteination giees al Piesident Tobm of the Teamsteis Temperature one year ago huirving here to head it off Tbev degrees will amve tonight when tne matter Sun rises Sundaj at 36 a m will be settled The threatened still i is the outgiowth of the expiess dnv ers stiike ind labor leaders feai thev and sets at 5 42 p m rises Alon day at 5 34 a m ind at i 43 p m (standard time) i will be unable to prevent the genenl Maximum wind velocitv for 21 hours ending at noon todav la miles southwest at eight o clock Saturday morning Work Is Being Rushed On New Ellithorpe Aeroplane At Marblehead. March wifa and a dallghtei of Joseph Hull of Savnnnnh P.a r.nn of thn nrnlfiimt Watch th "By fnr TOP and most influential men in tne soath, weie requred to disrobe in thef sti eioom aboaid the steamship Special to The Stu Journal Lusitania while a customs inspectres M 0 The actms on a mvstenous tip subseqaent- Ellithorpe Acrul Co icrentlv incor folmrl to be made a vain pordted with d capital block of 'e'lrch for diamond necklace thought has been organized heit dnd el cted to purchased abroad the following offkerb The car h futile Mrs INSURRECTOS IN MEXICAN DISPUTE ENLIST YAQUI INDIANS IN CAUSE Co of Kupn, Locb Co Speyer Co are fiscal agents ousl assailed Dollar diplo-nacv for the bonds issued by the Diaz a scoring and the vvir come in for department government and heavy holders or na v denartment and department of securities and concessions obtain justice as well as the depart ed from dictator Diaz? ment will be drawn in o the contn "Is it to befound in any form a part of tne treat) mak er law association between Henry ing power he sena'e is jealous of W Taft and Attorney General Wlckersham which did buelnese under the name Strong Cadwal lader Co a firm now represent ed heavily in Mexican interests? "Is it possible that the army and navy of United States are being used as side show of a gigantic Wall street STARJOIjRXAL BUREAU Munsev Building WASHINGTON D C March 18- An attorney employed by Senator La national along the entire front. Pollette acttng H his agent left it Interest in all international affairs and it is expected that the very con I "idTible anti administration follow n mg in the senate will line up behind been 9 the msuisent bannes There will Cause demands for immediate and ex who have Tne Be plicit details conce-ning Mexican af carrying on fairs and the mystery and conflict of oral troops advices will be cleared up if It cm. Mexican Fed. bt. done by any power in command of congress It charged that the adminis Piesident Geo H Ellithorpe vlce- prtsident Dr B loidln secietdiv ind treasu e Edwaid Nan bond of c'irntus GPo H Ullthorpe i Di B Ionian I dw ird Nin lee Mutach Boitem and Louis St Mai ic I Much material has ilrrnh n ami work of constiuction of the i 11 nal imchine his begun Th rusdne foul in nunilti uie txptcted to i in within the fr w I-Icrtn powci has been in tlu new lecentlv eiectPd foi the liuilcl ing of the new nn him ind th pi ire las h enuipped with all in machinerv t d-> the w irk I he d ors  luti m on The h Hull and uie daughter Eliza Laraar Hull were allowed to proceed to their 101 el where inoin i daughter Niri convalescing Horn an attack of hold fevi0! preceded them without huing been biibjected lo earth toms scrutinized the fanjiljf ind chdixin? undervaluatKjns n IK of Mis Hull and ttta da Fli? i I eized the artide'- in ijiiel tion Mo her aud n nut y-ed thev had acted in tdith hut then were aot- c ins (H red aisfactoiv to Loet ml the uncles were seized lost ph Hull the husband fuller wis on tne nier to greet v te md daughter is was a son rnmil a cotton broker In this citv A'l were imlicnnnt dt th" tlueaten to cirr tht matter to the courts if uecessaiv S TO BILLY SWAY; Marrh js_ Bi 0 ima going I This is idinitted even 1 tho oppose t i i ha wl o n shed Tho decree has issued n ei again shirfl Fie Mr be used ind nevir isaiii shdll dnnka be serr- ccl in thit iluh the week one fftshionaktt in rt h- bnl't whist clu'i c give a stnsatioiidl erinon on nu e con pocei4 tbe of End i4t nents Prolwbh itHO) ptopli Meirl cic v hi-, lost three membe.-s him The rumber of wis for the theater have" been calcelfc increased to 2 "10 Eaillei in the d ih he siie of beer for home I he b stone with tnsoieis tt the dioppcd off oO oer cent deal I itv workhouse diliveniie i ten iloc as are not paving rent i ermon while he swuut, tie lighting demands the Sis' prayer in the ultra so lety igt given at in action A group of i ludians are also ptctun co Madero is the father of the leader i minute hammei Lven tlie most bitter antigonist of Sunda> at the conclusion ot the fourth j home of Mrs J IX I week of his campaign hert now ad i the late millionaire oil opwitor, I mits 'hat he has been the of I affairs have become 'fn ithe dawn of era in this city Mrs Colvin Mrs Hoover tad 'The notable effect is sien at the i social leaders havf thrown open 'muotw m tut miiici me it'MUUI Ijdjl in -nvi! in -uvmi Hair lurunfl t ation krew of conditions in MewoIof the revolution diid is the dlpio- ,jiooOOnHk homt onlv homes and am before congfets adjourned and that'math reyrescntative of the insunec- Finance Limantour of Meiico at the since Jattuarv wbere a giill loom dndithat 'Mr wltt (ConllDlKd on in rountri re-' Washington embissv to negotiate for hai built it the cost of thou have phoned tocietv vvw u raje MOB) ported that he called oa Ministei of the settlement of the revolution 'sands beautifulh finished and fur- be aura and attwU,   

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