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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 21 191' NUMBER 138 Uncle Sam No Longer Looking For Trouble Rut Trusts Minister Limantour MADERO FAVORABLE TO AN ARMED TRUCE Task of Pacification Already Begun By Financier After Wall Street Conference WASHINGTON, March 21 The dove of peace is beginning to hover over the Mexican situation as far as the part of the. United States in the imbroglio is concern ed Uncle Sam has put a pair of hold back straps on himself and is no longer looking for trouble There is good reason to believe the American policy will be pacific henceforth In order that Jose Yves Limantour the bearer of peace pioposals formu later! b> the financial inteiests In New York may not be embarrass ed because of any military moves by the troops in Texas President Taft and Secretarj Dickinson arranged for a Washington grip on movements tteai the frontier By direction of the president Sec Dickinson ordered General Car ter commanding the maneuver campo to send to Washington each a pro gram for the following twenty four piogram be made public at the office of the chief of staff Heretofore the orders have been A eiled in secrecy Ambassador La Lirra stated he expected to hear the lesult of Limantoui s flying to Mexico City some time this week M Mexico Citv Minister Limantour ned his people that with every day the rebellion continues the dai g er of international complications in creases and he urged them to rallj to the support of President Diaz Pe dpclaied that the government nevei can entei into peace negotiations with individuals In arms This is the be ginning of his task of bringing about peace Ev eryn here Limantoui i enthusiasticallj greeted Senator Limantour declared the statement that he the beaier of corditions for establishment of peace placed in his hinds by the Ma ceios m New York was an absurditj HERE'S SEVENTEENTH INFANTRY BOYS PREPARING FOR CAMP ON TEXAS BORDER V The sold erg who were rushed to ban jvrtomo lei for j aneuvera have now become accustomed to camn life. The scene at Fort Sam Hous- ton now IB quite warlike WAP GAME A CHANCE FOR GENERAL STAFF for wis wounded It was lookm chance to v indicate itself For weeks befoie the mobilization oiderj were issued Gen I Ponard STARJOtRNU. BURB4U D C March 1 If the inside facts about the M wai maneuveis ever leak out it prob ably will be found that the geneial Wood tlv> chief ot staff was almost a staff was one of the prime piompting daily visitor at the White House Al causes of mobilization orders wavs he maintained the sam" stoic re Ihe genera' staff has long been ticence with reference to these trips chafing under the shafts and arrows of wnile his (.alls or the piesideut ridicule THE WEATHER Foiecast Incieasing eloudlness followed bv showers late toi gin or tonuht ccoler dfteinoon T nipeuture at 7 a de g Temi eiatuip one vear ago to dav Oh deeiee bu i ise m ami n Tune I i i wind velo itv for 2t hom ending at noon 24 miles i at 1' to Mondav aftenoo esdav ai 31 a at D 4o p m (Stand PEACE PLAN IS REJECTED; MAYOR AND COUNCIL CLASH Effort to Reject It In House Failed By Vote of 38 to 58. WOULD MAKE CITIES WET Measure Intioduced By Repre- sentative Fulton and May Be Rushed to Vote COLUMBUS, O March 21 remodeled Dean bill now de signed to exempt cities only from the operation of the Rose county option law was introduced in both branches of the legislature today c There was a contest right off the It hat been plavfullj called were so numerous as to cause com- bat when Representative Fulton of the general stuff by some and by ment no one could ventuie a reason Licking countv offeied the bill in the otESrjnt-haa beiea retefml-to as the tberofnr until tho mobilisation house-----Opponents of the sweetest aggregation of gold braid that ever came down the military Si [Prettj clear ligl t vere thiown The onslaught on the general staff. Gen Woods activities at the White has been csp-cialh severe during the House last sK months Mmj articles have Pnior to the assembling of the been primed and man> attacks have troops on the Mexican frontier noth been made on the doors of congas ing had been coming the general and the p-ide of the general staff s wav except br.ck-bats Now nothing is coming its wav except bou Agrees lo Armed Truce EL P4SO Tex Maich An armed truce will be established m Northern Mexico as soon as develop ments in Mexico City warrant and Francisco I the revoluttonaiy president will estibllsh himself at a point m the field to be held neutral ground there to receive peace propoails that mav come as a result of the arrival in Mexico City of Jose Yves Limantour ministei of finance recentlv had conferences with in Burrecto leaders in Tsew "iork This is the substance of messages brojght bv coumr from Madero who Is IjO miles south of here in camp with 1 000 men It is the fii st woi d coming d'rcct from Madero since the beginning of the peace negotiation! Tvhlch are supposed to have been un fler way in the Umtsa States for more than a week Aot Enough Recrnots SAN ANTONIO March spite of the fev ei ish efforts at recruiting that have been made it was ascertain ed todaj that the division heie has onh reached just half of war strength In war time a division numbeis 19850 men while the pies ent division under General Carter numbers onlv 597 officeis and 9898 men The war scare is gradually dj ing away General Cartel positiveh denied that any lequisition had been made on the railroids for cars A report reached San Diego bj tele- phone to the effect that the outposts of the Mexican force at Tecate had been in by the rtbel force from Mexicali under Generals Berthold and and that heav> firing was con tinued GILLESPIB March de- tachments of Illinois national guard were rushed to this citv todav to pre vent bloodshed as the result of threats that are being made by 2 000 idle mm prs against fellow workmen who wish to return to work The strike is the result of a dispute as to the amount of coal to be loaded on cars and sev hundred of the strikers have arm 1 themselves with shotguns and are chreatenlng to kill anvone who re turna to work All >ow Oat WHEELING March 21 The 800 miners who Sundaj voted 1o (isobev the strike order of President Lewis of the Inited Mine Workers to fla> changed their minds and are idle with the S 000 others who quit Batnrdav night The men admit how ever that when President elect White lucceeds Lewis on April I, the strike order will be rescinded FINDLAY 0 March 21 Find Ministerial association at Its meet Ing denounced appearance of burlMque show? in this city and ap- pointed a committee to take some ac- tion to abate 1% nuisanct." came like a clap of thunder out of made a fight to reject it but lost by a skv Then it seemed as if a I vote of 38 to 08 The bill was at once reid A time and referred to the temperance committee This committee will recommend it for pass age and it ma> be rushed to a vote this week It maj go through the senate first however and thus take the name Dean law" Catching the three Hamilton coun quets The annj s pieparedness for ty members absent last night Sen war has been vindicated The plans ator Stockwell renewed his motion to for quick mobilization hav proceeded relieve the committee on pnvilege' without a hitch save for a few rail and elections of his Oregon plan bill wav accident, which could not be for the election of United States sen i foreseen and which were in no wise atois It looked for a time as though the fault of the general staff The ar Ibis motion would be put ovei but Resolution To Impeach Imper- ial Cabinet Was Defeated, However, in the Diet cabbages rotten eggs and brick bats TOKIO Maich effort today of criticism and becomes the object of I delaj lushed through the house with little Stockwell is confident that with warm commendation to impeach the imperial cabinet for a? the calendar suf making the recent tieaty with the .valuable woik smcp its organization- can be found to Put u United States failed when the lower 'work that in the ver> nature of things is secret the Mexican sit uation lifts the curtain on only a actual ements house of the Diet refused to adopt lesolution to that effea The tion introducec by members of the part nationalist paity declared that Japan 7e 'taff is the nations board had been humiliated m being obliged strategy The chief of to make a declaration of its immigra ta" Is w bp the Moltke tion nolicj with the tmited States Count Komuia led the attack on the of the T nited States in this generation McGuire and McKee TV ho have at times been aligned with the demo ci atic reactionaries The Stockwell I ill for primary nominations for all state office (candidates is near the head of tht. senate calendar but may not be reached befoie Wednesday Democratic leaders all agree this The general staff has prepared a set the plans for congressional 'for the Mexican maneuvers and the All attempts to conceal the fact that invasion of Mexico are not new jipan consic. rs thp nnsterv of the Pacific vitil to its existence have been (Continued on Page 2) thrown aside by the Association the of Japanese Amen can Relations which todaj changed its name to that of the Jananesi and Pa cific Ocean Assocntio and dinner given bv the association every speech dealt with the necessity of Tapan being master of the Pacific and no effort was made to conceal the fact that Iicm now on lapan wih woik and openlv for this end be disastrous for his partj to at tempt to plav Cie bog because the first republican legislature could turn over the whole scheme If there ib fairness now public sentiment mav pi event a republican gerrjmander which would cut the democrats down to tlmll' ni'fsfthl. four Or five, districts In Tacoma They Are Passing On An Anti-Treatmg Ordinance. TEST OF THE REFERENDUM CLEVELAND 0 Match mav prove A double mu dei was cMs covered todij when an unidentified man and woman were found in a dv mg condition in the cellar of a house on one of the leiding streets of the city The man was unconscious from concussion of the biam and the worn an had her skull fractured Both ap Liquor Interests Took Appeal To The People For Cnange They Desire WOMEN VOTING TODAY TARPYTOWN N Y March 21 property owners will de parentlv had been stunk down with I cide whether the town spend some blunt tnstrument Thev were hurried to a local hosmtal where it is Women hold balance of power in not believed either can rfvner Police referendum election to decide declare the case the most whether antl treating ordinance nf tho sha" be Of the'ear MILWAUKEE EASTERN STATES TO HAVE WOMAN SUFFRAGE His suggestion probably will be adopted Senatoi W E Haas of Delaware in troduced a bill to proude for moic careful means of preventing the spiead of tuberculosis It proudes that who finds a case of tuhetculoom of the lungs or thioat shall within hours repoit it the name of the pitient and the loca tion of the house in which he lues to the locil health officer who shall at once the house and an inspection If he finl- the report correct he shall as to whelhei pioper safeguards against the spieid of t! e UISP ise been made 01 not and if not he is to mike or lers to that as niaj to him e-pom ai He is to in oider on the lo cal tieasuier it oner in fuor of thr phisRian makin? the reoort for a fee of one ciollar and two weeks shall report to the st ite hoard of health ill the of such tibeicu ABOVE PERSONALITIES (Editorial The Star Journal is not a paitv to the eontroveisv that has devd oped be w en Mavor Lffhiei and tre members of the citv couuil On the contrarv it regret this lack of harmonv believing tint ihe citv is the sufferer from such conditions and it hat, d) le evevthirg po sible to prevent the bieik A. pi in siattment of the fa t- will i ei hap be imeiesung to main who lave been puiposelv mismfoi ud From the outset the Star Join nal has endeavoied to li ng it o it some agreement that would se ie the vexed e-leitru lighting qu s un the wainng forces weic too far apirt Then cane lepiit of other diffetences and once coin oilman gave the information thit it was fot the pin pose in part at le st of getting with F Guenn ji who happens to be attoine for both the nmor and the Lake shoie Raihvav lompmj that new ioints weie being iaiseil irl the grade crossing negotiations It was said that theie was Imlo nin e foi the cm and the lailvvav con panv to reach an agifeieit The S 11 Jouiiil believed tl i mos unfair to the m oiding Iv it made in effort to bring about peace m Older that big pujeu if vital importance to the citj might not be delned or ed The Star Jouinal made the suggestion tint the major stuke out fiom message ihose statements olneuio ible to the councilmen Comer ences weie held Mr Donahue believed peace cou d be agued upon but Ail Ohlemathei lite satu insisted that matteis had now Oone too far Mondav Mavor Lehier annou ced that he had been asked ti look into chaiges that one member of council was inteiesttd m i companv which had furnished supplies to He cit> Theie weie uimors also that councilmen would sue the maior foi libel and that the) might --c sign in a bodv unless he made good his charges A stoij was wiitien and nas printed 10 the first edition Monda; setting toith these btate- menta anil Councilman Donahue happened to come into the Stai Journal office and was shown a cops of the papei He agieed to the suggestion that it would be better for the citj if the whole mat ter could be adjusted There was no thought of using a club Mr Donahue left supposedly for the otBce of Councilman Ohle Mr Donahue left supposedly felephoned that eveijthiug would be all right and a settlement would be made Thereupon the Stai Jouinal not wishing to stir up discoid killed its storj Latei Councilmin Donahue stated that if the ma 01 would withdraw the obje tiouable parts of his message everjthing could be adjusted the giade cioss ing project and others would be taken up at once and the fight would be ended Accoidmgly a conference was ananged to be held in the majors offlce A le tei which the maioi had wntten m which he. dis avowed auj personal leflections nion councilmcn, was read and Attur ney Gueim also discusbed the situation Then Coun-ulmin Cuitis> opened a discussion of the alleged insult and reflection upon coun cilmen dud he was followed by Councilman QWernachei who flnallj suggested that the councilmen return to their chamber Others had not yet spoken but all left the mayors offlce. The negotiations had failed In his peace letter Mayor Lehrer said I hand jou heiewith a message to be substituted for the origin al veto message recently delivered to the clerk of jour body vetoing an ordinance entitled An oidinance i emulating the puce that niaj be charged for electric cuirent for lighting furnished foi piivate con sumption passed by you on February 27 1911 Mj object in you with this substitute was for the pur pose of eliminating fioui the orign al message certain parts thereot which u lias been stated to me weie objectionable to ceitam mem bers of your bod} on the giound that insinuations were madt against the chaiacter of membeis ot jour bodj 1 do not think tht oiifcinil message contained anj such insinuations Certalnlj I have d- sued and do not now desne to attack the pcrsoual charactei of anv membei of your Dodj This is a plain statement showine that the mayor had no peisonal ill feeling m the mattei It is to be regretted that councilmen could not -view it in the samp light The message is no moie seveie than manj a statement made in the legislature or in congress which is not questioned At tvp, request of the Star fouinal hovvevei the mavor was willing to withdiaw it Appaientlj some councilmen at least pit ferred a plav to the gallerj The Slai Jouinal believes that theie are too mauj big questions pending to permit of a continuance of this warfare Foi the best in terests of the citv both the mayor and councilmcu should d op p  re- maiks on the electric light question dm ing the meeting and then after the HP ion when he held the crowd lor a few ienit.iks tlu dime had the tiuhtb turnul out on Mm He was the oil out prestut who had any- thing to In opposition to council franchise snntn t; polio and under the h itifii ip which he worked it can ht seen that it a-- prittv nearly the comdls own little that tie mav 01 s hid been received The inn or was not present at the council althougn he had been in his office a few minutes before when the conference w s h M Tha li" ciowi! on hind was somewhat dw- ZORN STIRRED THINGS BUT HE STILL SMILES K M consulting engineer of while he was addressing the gill rv the 7orn Srofleld Fngmcerinc Co >f Innc'enUll it imslit be i mark d Cleveland hal one of the most strcn thi swore 01 i win int in no ib davs Mondiv in his- He nnvoi s couit Monr iv nlUn tne made a hum up trip to Sanduskv irrcst of Councilmin I c Par-ons, was thrown out of one councilmans charging him with ilt ite wir office in the afternoon met rebuffs lant however at s reqii-st was from other citv dils at everv turn not stived T psdiv MoncHav eveninK before the council 7o n who his been pnminent in losis as have mide known to and flnallv had the lights the electric light franchise I muni him since his list repoit timed out on him bv councilmen cipal nl-nt of ft past month arnvrl Ipi-p to attend Secretary Of Tax Commission Issues Statement Regard- ing Local Cases JOHNSON SURPRISES ALL BY GREAT RALLY; NOW DECLARES THAT HE WILL GET WELL Olo Varch '1 That i question of time bcfnie each of thesi states grants tne suffrage asked 'or This was ht> statement made toda' bv Judge Ben F Lmdsej of the ju March thousand women are voting in election for members of school board and bond issue of closest fnends he for new school buildings markabh and de 1 will ine CLFAEIAND 0 March 21 L lohnson is making a game fight for life Surprising hi phvsimns and has tallied re res now that he am fee ng better th n I have March question felt anj dav ve  Bakei To Baker belief Hills providing for universal electi n foi then own will be and his vilet lohnson s-nd f-e knew suffrage are now the legislature given its first tost todav a a referen people had cvreoted him to die of New Vrk. Pennsylvania and j dturi election at which aomen ire vot I know I Inve been a s ck man Massachusetts, and I believe it is on' ing on or not the citv council lohnson said I realize thit he shall repeil an antic-eating ordi people have har1 cause to be levc I nance The 1 iiior interests objected was going to die bit feel that I to such an or and demanded am all right ai-d that 1 w II get well that it be submitted o the voteis 'or His condition is sail actorv saiti venile court who has just returned to Denver after During that trip ime Judge Lindgev visited all the large New England cit les speaking on woman s si ffrage WARREN 0 Maich the result of an agreement reached be ;ween the Tiumbull countj commis sioners the E le and Mahoniiu Val es railwavs after two iears ne- jotiations the dangerous grade cross- ng at Mosier lanr near Girard, is to >e eliminated. wnich purpose the election Is be ng Dr Tnomas No real hope of recov cn ls om the 16 held In addition the liquor interest a lecall election on Major FawrKt and o her citv who had been framing up anti liquor leglo By Inheritance lation This election will take place i April 4 Between the twi It is expect INDEPENDFNCE Kan March 21 ed that it will be delniWv established i trial of A A Tru-kett charsed whether or not the liquor can with the murder of J D S Neelv I profit b> tke recall imtiahv" and re 'Lima (01 oil man and nlllloniire ferendum and similar progressive and president of the W Itchita N itur measures 10000 womea will al Gas Co, was begun IB eouiti I vote at bom elections. u )on t1 e council meeting md ti in comcihnen what IIP chinr; s -m in fairness in proposed se mpnt tor street lighting bid-, under two ontran Mondax iftPin >or he v, is his wa I ehrpi q i of b s (into th S-indiMo I T to mnuirp th I mPt Co inrilnnn Pardon in there 7orn t llms abmt the matter 1 pjaktd what he ni to do for me and if V wit; n itr (O i fair chanrr to bid on the contnct a fur if bid in cor net rpnh continued 7orn ,Thpn 1 That t i fi r that isn b that craf Tim Par ons nnde for me ic tinker Don t call me a th that hp cjrabed n P ind forcihlv ejected mejfrom the office After a few more t went on to the man- ors niore and told him about tht matter I sa-d that I didn t lau1 r to hire lawyers and wanted to Know were opened tn The Stii Join nil COI I MBl i 0 M rh M at- te Tinn of B E il the sec- OF tbe state tu be ne tn a p i IP s atcnent that the coinit bTd dc ided that i an'i of th t mints in F ie tio high to Mavor nrd i'r i led t> nial-p certain rtduc on ie tha th had itv n no irt (n whi Hi E apprai ement Dn t ot F ie coun b e the he tut HI of the town ic in and of th ullages th( iaisumnts m his opinion huh and bhould le ficrs inri fUmet thit ttnded ti i his contention but toe com K no "K ior md haj tiken none It 10 iible thai when the matter tiktn up re- be made here but it it catpd if the citv attorney would me In the case The mav or told me tn call up City Solicitor Stelnemanu I did so but I didn t tell Mm immedi ately who I watted arrested Steine- mann after learning who It was that was talkin? told me I would have 'o have 'he police make the arrest T ,en Treasuier the exact redu Indl- tditor Deist will be iusk> banks "ncre for funds 1 lestfriUy by Creamer The Amerlcm (CoutibutA w 2.) Banking Trust Co offend 3-75 vtr cent interest for 000 sad Trill aoly be made a depositorr The merclal National bank bid lit cent Interest but 3 50 per abh the lowest that -will be One bank bid t 50 per cent, the highest The vw tt tto omt SPAPLRl SPAPLRl   

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