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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1911, NUMBER 137 WLS1ETTO SETTLE TROUBLE; HERE ABE TWO OF THE LEADERS OF MEXICAN REVOLT WATCHING SOLDIERS Gomez Declares Limantour Not Acceptable As Provisional, President WOULD BRING PEACE. BY OUSTING OF DIAZ Finance Ministei Said To Bear Ultimatum fiom Morgan and Rockefellei to Ruler HI _____ tt VSKIM.TOY D. f., March lUit Vnur Llinaptour, i cn loik. 'f WAShlNCTPN tf c i iD----v bier t n this cojnfy developed to vv ,01 Scror Vssqjez Tc e- of th- lo-al jj-ta, fl-tly -'iic'si the statement of G Hacirc I of tne at Minister "t-in-ijntc-r wo.lt! be acceptable to tue a" a provision- al president of Mexico Senor Cci-e; heatedly dec'arecl that "the acknowleged head of the insurrectionists in ti's seco-d in ajthonty to no one cave Francicco Ma- ciero Healono Onici was quail fed to who wo ild be to h s imtv ind he irade thy emphat fc declar t or that woula lot even considered as eligible Pa b> Wrll cttpet it 1-, known that Limartoij! who has just rijturn ed to Mexico will te'l FresHenl SOMETHING DOING ORCaCO DR. BW3H BAUCHE, General Oiozco is the leader of the Chihuahua Mexico The picture shows the general and Aireiiean who is aiding the lebel soTe ot the rebel coldieis in the state of Di Bush s cause watching the movement ot ALLIANCE IS PLANNED TO Explosions In Chicago Cold Storage Warehouse Blaze Prove Disastrous. CHICAGO 111 Maich 20 Flfn Chicago fiiemen wile scnoush mjui- ed and Hattihon fiiet Union E. Fishei cupped toi life fio'ii a fill a icsillt of i die that did damage in thi plant of tlu Monauli RefrMtidloi 'i-t night Tod i an investigation bv a com- mittee ct the council is undei vvav with a view TO finding means of pre- venting fie i old an mil ammonia plosions that maik eveiv cold storage pi mt (IIP 1 le deadlv fumes of am monia weie (lie cinse of the bia libt of mjtiied eichr 10 ten tAplosionb vvieckuig the building GORMAN TO TRY COX CASE Affidavit of Piejudice Not Sus- tained By Piesiding Judge at Cincinnati, BIREAU democrats had contiol of both bianch- Munsev Builo'ing es and a tiee uaj to put through their As reported out of Tli> msuigents of the Lnited States committed and as u w III pass" senate wi'l be, a veir considerable fac house this legislation will show CIN'CINNVII Maich at- tempt Geoige B republican boss indicted on a chaige to Judoi Fiank B Goiman CARRIES MESSAGES IN AIR FOR ARMY THE WEATHER 1' re ban tonisht ind lue liv Mock lite lenj.eratur1 iciipc! luie it 7 a ile gut- Tt nipt itiu one ago to div _' cifgite- st HM-- 1 u c1 iv at a m and -el at j 14 p m me i 11111 wind v V i iin- i dine .1 n >en milt- no'thnf-i at 7 I moi limp l i id ird .0 MoniHv BAMIPIEXAS; I Mighty Fleet Assembled To Witness Notable Experiment In Chesapeake Bay WILL TRY OUT BIG GUNS Habitual Drunkenness Charge In Divorce Case Called Forth Warm Words Twelve-Inch Shells Expected to Smk the Old Delays Work Lieutenant Foulois is the ainu ofh- cer m charge of the aeioplme maneu- vers of the in Texas ric was one of tht taih pupils of the flights Paimalec he WIFE GRANTED A DECREE The most unmerciful Of can led messages back and foith be- memon ot cotnt the common pie is tourt off the tvveen the headcraai ters of the differ- bench, and before whom Cox is to be ent generals in command at San An- tried was defeated bv Piesiding Judge tonio Thcv made flights of tweilt} Chailes Hunt Judse Hunt dip miles on some of the cided that he had no aiifhont} to pass I------------------------------ tor in sniping tariff legislation at the the countrv what the democrats would coming special session do if thev were in full power This is assured bv working plans When it reaches the senate there which aie developing and which give will be a getting together of the sen- promise of uniting the house demo- ate insurgents the anti Bails; demo the I "liuii affidavit filed bv Cox which (alleged that Goirnan was biased and "I HI CASt" erats undPi the leadership of W J Brjan and Champ ClaiK with the sen ate insurgents in a practical working agreement The plan most in favoi and which meets with the approval of Mr Biyan IB this The rouse committee will re- port tariff legislation framed as if the crata and the leaders of the house m- eluding Clark and Ofccar Lnderwood, chairman of the wavs and means com-' mittet and such concessions will be made as will be neoessan to harmon- ize the views of the insurgent bena- tois These concessions will be em- bodied in amendments which will be prejudiced against him The trial mav FINDLAl O March not be inched at this term of court, lnS ttiat which ends April 1 ROOSEVELT DENOUNCES RECALL OF JUDICIARY PHOENIX MarcH 20 the Incoipoiated In the bill in the senate jr, It_ will be understood! that after the first formal speech he has delivered since he began his southwestern trip Colonel Roosevelt todav assailed the the new Arizona constltu dmg for the recall of the conferaaa Bj a general understanding of this character it mav be possible to secure hould not be subject to such a WASHINGTON, March 20-Im inafiately Us return to the -1 N6W TOfk Man Held FOP AS- White Hoi-e today, President Taft arranged for a conference with Ambas'adcr De La Barra, of Mex a Ico Important announcements in regard to the Mexican situation -i are expected to follow saultmg Dr. Booker T. Washington Last Night. rorflMo D az that he nui't gne up control of Mexico I P Moigan and Tohn D RtrkefPllei have lost con f dence in him I mantom is their ngent to tell him v hat he must do If neces-aij the flnan e minister wi'l I ins'st up-n the aged piesident giviig UL oftce The Rc'kefeiler interest is a new comer in the Mexican matter It gets In as the Midero famih mcludlnz NEW YORK March 20 TJ1- Aiadero the rich white emplojing caipentei was pres'dent roes out The Intercom 1 todav held m oOO bail on the charge neuta! Riil ne Co a Rrckefellei in- of assaulting r otitution in which Nelson W Aldu-li the famous negio educator whom he AN ALLEGED 'PEEPING TOM' I Noted Colored Man Says He Was In House Looking for a Fuend, on in the senate and there are ten insurgents who aie relied upon to join with the democratic Bailej senators in a moderate revision pro gram such as tliej can support with- out doing violence to theii convictions This would put up to Senator Bailey the necessltv of co operating openlv with the high-tariff reactionaries It is difficult to pi edict how mam cVmo- cratic senators would follow Bailee to that extreme but not enough it is be- lleved to offset the progressive repub- KILLS PARENTS' THEN SETS FIRE T0 conn Mairh as Fitzgeiald, jr, killed his father and mothei who weie found m their house with then skulls ciushed in with an axe and then the house on die auoiding to his confession heie tcdav He has been an inmate of ins me asjlums the voice of Jesus bad call ed them tvventv six Spirit ualists departed Sundav for Los Angeles Cal where thev expect to remain for some time and then at the command ot Chnsts bpnit go on to Jerusalem the paitv reaches Los geles the same plan of common prop erty and communistic life that pie- vailed heie will be followed All will live-in one house and tuin all then monev into a common tieasurj BKIBER1 C VSt 01X TRI SPRINGFIELD III Maich The case of John S Broderick ot Chicago, whose name figured prominentlj in the Lonmer investigation, came up for trial todav Bicdertck, a former membei of the Illinois senate 13 charged by former State Senator DaMd H Holtslaw of luka with pajmg him t2jOI) on Juh 16 1909 in Broder ick s saloon in Chicago for Holtslaw s vote for Lonmer for United States senator ON BOARD L s S rON'MJCTinrP Uuship ulantic Battle Fleet, Va ir aur- I otimlet' tn piaeucall> the entire At- lanni fleet -he oid battleship Texas, oiue the pude of the U S navy, is to- tin awamnj the ram of shells from Had Beeil Shown Leil- the U inch gun-, of the New Hamp- shire which will m all probability send her to the bottom of Cheaspeake. now gatuered about tilt lexas at battle range of van's make up one of the greatest as- semblages of naval fighting machines world has ever seen Thej will w itncss the effect of the shells on tba Tex is Owing to heavj weather and thick fog this morning: it was impos- sible tn when the firing would be- gin 1 his attack upon the Texas, or San iency ButTheCouit Found It Was Useless, in the eiven bj ludge Reed to Philip H inker ot! in planting Ins 'ftife a known of technical value con- ceiniug these Euiopean beciuse of the precuitions that were idopted to insure Therefore Secretirv Mever acceded to the recorn- niinilaiion of the general boaii that the Sm Marcot, bo used as a tar- get the ship having become obsolete in tvne vet carrving enough armor to, iffo-d a basis for judgment as to what upon a modern battleship The tests aie expected to occupy three dins (Contmed on Page 2) BCFF4I 0 Maich pel sons weie killed and fotn injured when at compel her to tell the police i SHOOTS flIFE I> Ql VRREL LIM4 0 March How ard tired of his wife shot md fatallv injured her aftei a quart el -Uter snooting his wife How a, d tried to PaVIRQ Lackavvanna passenger tram running accident but Instead she at high speed crashed into a street statement accusing car at a grade crossing Howaid is in jail hjr husband FOURTEEN THOUSAND OHIO COAL MINERS ORDERED TO STRIKE BUT MANY REFUSE TO GO OUT AND PRES. LEWIS FACES A CRISIS his roitune is chieflv invested has eithei acnuiirtl 01 is about to ac V e r ibbei m- terests at a pii'e rcpoited ro be 000 000 rnnciseo Madero s alleged playing the pa it of Peeping Tom at h's apartments and whom ho beat up severelj Dr Washington still in the hosDital as d lesult of the irteiest in tl at I is believe 1' beating ind unable to appeai m couit to be "oniewmt e than 53000000 The fact that there inve been nego tlatiors between the Aid rich rubber inteiests the famil of the leadei was ad netted heie u la ed witb Dr Gomez and Made o Thej doubted whetici the deal had brought to ft cnndusio i It Is ta'en foi gi-ntetl heie that the unmolenHd piogies'' of lose Limantour tbio gh in whicl Madero soldiers were operitmtr matle possible 1 v the financial as well as political interest F-m isco has in the sue of the finance mm ister whose iefa'1 firm Fiance mark ed the beginning of the decline of Whether president is to be forced aside it is reck- oned here vill dpend upon himself That he be strippcl of power has been admitted tbose who were permitted to get an inkling (Continued on Page Six) (leHaied thit he went to the apart ment house Ultich lives to rieet j a nrend an1 was merelv trjins; to lo-1 rate the fnend when tliuh assaulted him Tne wife and (langhtei of I I rich insist ishington spoke to them as pissed throngi t-he hall but, denies this Dr it is said x is fctiu k vitn a club He suffered i bad scalp wound The police at flist doubled hm when he gave his name and -fold bis stoi y lut he finilh succeeded in establishing his His assailant was it supp to 1-ave been the jinito of the building The mm tie did IIOL know the negro ind supposed he was a piowl- pi The affair has caused a decided stir XEMA 0 March William Luta of Greenville Darke officer of the oruhans home by the board of trus i tecs deputv trpasurer of was elected financial soldiers and sailors' BILLTOMEINraUSEIHISIEK COLtMBIS 0 March the which would require concurrence in new wet" bill to exempt cities fro-n 'he house is feared bv sup flW opefatlon of the Rose law is m- j ?f ,the Sllndai baseball who j j j i.v, through the house with just troduced Tuesdaj as seems probable one ,ote to spare and on anothei tna, degplte the fact that not erough writ pledges of support lo It been secured it ma> be rushed a- might lose that one Two bills backel the liberal in- terests will be fought out in the sen long to a vote befoie the end of the ate this week The mo t important week in the house It is not yet cenain is the Yotint bill imprisonment tbat Representative Fulton of Lick- to the penaltv for violating local op- log will introduce the bill tion laws This for es a jurv trial Much of the lezislative situation is i and takes final jurisdiction out'of th confusion as a lesult of the Iiquoi hands of mavors and ju ti-e It will "flgrit Instead of disappearing with be contested bitterlv as being Dean bill it spread into new fields I in the inteiest of bootlesgei-s and Tin storv was circulated that the speakeasies If it escapes the senate Oreeres Sunday base ball bills aie I it probablv will be killed in the house being held up in the senate as a club j It now is the c'lief object of attack to help the "wet cities bill through bv the Anti-Salwm league Senator house There is little difference Deans bill promised to redute the between supporters of Sundav base-1 number of saloons and improve their tall and the alignment for cracking character also will be before the sen the countj option law The is'ate this week and probablv will pass for the dreeves bills but cares more Dij woikers aie maning little re "wet cities Amendments havefslstanee clalmin: it is too -lenrly un- to the Greeves bills' constitutional to waste effort come up will be tlie south end dls tilct stoini watei stwei piopo itlon U is pioposeai to build a btorm water wir to empt> into Pipe Cieek which will c >st about J12000 Citv So- licitoi steliuiiiinn will have legisla uon piepaied declaimg it neccssarj to m ike the As thla will be, an impioven nt on wlnh as bcssnu nts Kill 'it until acioidtug to bf lied s leeeived instead oi on toot frontuc it will be to ap- point a coimui'sion to the mints aeceldnu to btncflts The ic- tion will in siaillti to tint tlken w IK n thi l ml storm w itel is built cnei i >e ir rii' i onie up 1 he COIIIH il c niiimtte _ h is ft 1 nut io imdernkf tin of ill tine slij Ih stn 11 blin is i onsideied to int-s iiied at i me ni eniont In il ilu it Mondu nuht s mcUin-; Tin and Dec itlll st n t slips must wait mothei ir it 1 is 11 lit iiu Hiiro i noiiii. ml w II iikeh be flielaied necei Mexican Situation And Extra Session of Congress De- mand His u j tlioi i 'U ISHINGTON D C March Piesideut Taft returned to Washing- ton todav from his southern vacation at Augusta Oa shmtlv after D oclotk It was stated that after go- ing over his icpirt todav he wot'ld tike up the Meviean situation with. the cabinet at the legulai meeting to- rn 01 row Ihoush the piesident has an- nounted his desne to limit legislatma ai the extra session of reciprocitj and the tariff i oinniisston bill it was mallei of stint p'lung'will a'- tod u thit he expects to re- seveial tmrt schedule revision, bilK fiom tongiess Vf'vues bun todaj indicate hi bills nc friff on wooi- eus lotttn firm n ichmeiv meats and fl nir au Iikeh to he passed I is now stitcd that the piesideit win a.iptimt ence Lowell, sident of Han ud unueisitv i n i inbci of the coniiiiission to giti tie secoid clpss mail rates and ir oiii'iiend a pi ice at which magi- sliiil be bulled The two mem- bei of tills commission alieadv ap- loiiued ue lustice Hushes of New M mil foi met ?nl r tor Generil I ittieitp MixHfll of Cincmnati in the u thib to he tthei iziiu tl m t r ion t t t t 1 U ei il h I 1 tin th d of piou 'U matt i t' it "ill ilum the i >n In 111 >t an n Watch the Star-Journal for "By Maiih 20 two weeks more to Nn tional Presnlint 1 om t Li MS of th< nuneis facts one of th" must sitintions In his ulmm istration of three l to ai'ion t iken M lOviK composed oi iboul OHO n embers ot j the in mm iffectel tn tne strike order a lit is about to otcur in the organization in <-istem Ohio ami th men tn the Ohio oal t o are at the head of the movement The men have voted to disregard th< orders of r President to strike with a of forcing Ihe operltors in the Tits I niittii i i Utn v of Ol ic th, il inn n ll i tc C" Virch "D on Lptwteu Rep Senator Burton Will Address Sunyendeand Club On Timely Subject. Cinadian renprodb is the subject whiili wilt be discussed by Lnited f-tatts Sei itor Theodore Burtoa his aiidre-.- before the nsh p of the n i 11 ra-iiMons carawas to come to terms his jtnisdi tion in 01 legisl i holding the uew that the Y i 0 HOP both sential tn companv has no interest in the minoj der the-mle f seniontv Vnsbe v has club Tuesdav nigblE theie and that their here a piioi 10 the i h iiiminship On i-tount of the of should not be made to suffer hut thi old soldi.rs aie topic and the prominence of followmg the stnke order it was (oiling to the front in a lemaiknble er a U ge attendance of admitted todav that oiilv SdOO mine-s nnnnei 'o And. ivnn and are set exit ted tm. haik ot hni is tin solheis j Senator Burton who will protablp Cam'idaU In view ct the SMUI atlu !leave momlm for whuh th" vt nans i e iiani'i tint I land will be the guest of the etvb in the dibinct obtjed t'ie er In Belmont Jefferson and Harn son 1 2fO miners are still a U Floience him issvtu foimidabie I while in the city bundled are also still at worj. btsm uruuiptlj at t e'clock. 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