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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 191 NUMBER 140 Definite Assurance Of Withdrawal From Mexico and No Fur- ther Effoit To Effect Alliance with Central or South American Governments. Fuithei Proof Found Of Real Object Of IVaneuve's Which Has Now Been Accomplished, A OomHote Undei standing Reached, UNCLE SAM HAS BEEN QUITE AN INTERVENER Maich doubt tint the in fi x is wa-> aniRd at Jap in pi ij todu w 1 en H 1 ii-ied that it the conftunt0 between Pie-itd it Taft ui 1 linn s Vn !_ chid i i omphte nndtrstanc in., w ts effect d of the cans t, ttu d to the niolul iti m of tl aimy an] Definite assm m( wib n Pw si If nt I Ut C i on dnda that ipan ivould it onrp liom Mexico tint it would mil no-filth i eft t to tfftct in il! aiut with South or Centul nati n-, in c mtlici with the mr and that it would illow I mi sun to tho in b tu ition without secret mterfeienu Tlits" cjential pi onuses to Piesidcnt TaCt Baton I chid i it w is m ide cleai to the latter specific Uh that lapan must abandon seciet with Mexico its coaling station at Canipoa ncai M its p'an to gc. a n 1 bast, at MagdaUna, b and its eftoits to co'onue the Ibthmus of Ich untejcc j K and in b iMt 01 t nba isinj, the u in Qiurk conflinution of this j. tan today fiom M vc i i s w nch h id led to the mil I it df ni m Int in woul tnd at j t IIP vv< IP mart roi the mu ti 1 ol ntiiiPiious of the i cut K in T mese rea'v This i nutt u tiles pi dL state de- pii Pint wheic cub of tl r govern limit j, a copv in itu signed wMle i thud is plared in the Othci f m thrt House and thp war depaitimnt werf1 that was quiet on th Rio Giandf Ihe wat depatfraent declaied it had but dispatch to thp effect tl it there was piofound p ace even T ndPr the e cncu instances it ws possible foi all concerned to turn then attention to the piopos d general ubitrption ticitv nf peacr w th Great Biitnn and with ofhei nations RobPit Raton the ran amhas sadoi df P n i1- rilled to tr presi dent and u is stood that he 1 !k (d ovei the ittituile of ti uce tow ud ich a tieatv The c. nt apptais to have couunti tUd his attention on thp British ton tntioi Hist It is not unlil thit othe s will fo1 low speedilv if the Biitish pact is SIR Pipsident Paft tool nrhantatre of the o cation tn as me tht Tipanes aiba arfor tint m the htstoiv of the two ciuntncb had conditions so pleasant is a toJav nevpi had talk of wit be n more surd Pre ident raft f me at opportunity s t at once and f i ill the stones which have published fiom tinif to time din ing thp p-st two weeks that of ac-THln stations action m sen dins, tioij to tho ican luidu was a motnp 01 pi caution against somt pccted treacherous bv Japan Seciet Treaty Was Advantage To Jaoan GIVES ASSURANCE OF NO HOSTILE ACTIVITY MAY NEXT ATTAfiK Mmh M o be ih l tt-.t n a 1 n i t I on 11 t if the n tr se Ro Gi Hide Tne I nit d itt lusj Ki i in accomphs ieti i t i n 11 01 di omitif bince ihno i of the The n imp tent ifon a ii d n r bi u IS I ited st tioois ti k im in w se utt in tl intenenel HI Tbi 11 to nit down IK uji <3ii g nil i be du lo nnts in I n lion la i mtenertons fiom IS i to maik'd the iclUioi 01 ih< 1 ni ted biitos with Colombia while the Isthunib oi I amnia ib a rt of llit-i iep ibl c Sailor-, i id marines IT dei bj requect ol <_ ilo ubii to pie Tbe sece -jioi of Pintmi from Col ombia -Hid tie ot ilie pie ident oi the mfmt iei iblic laieclj due 10 t quitt ot di lo JH itic cut en The nr t inteivention is in 1801 ot TriDoh keirnig that the I nited State had been rednc d to ships merchant m the Meditei lanean In a df-fdil of sailors fiom the "ttateiep an waich( ed in nru lection oi Chine e in the middle Chmcha islan In tl 11 u I nit d states nivil f i t 1 u 1 i I n (i sin i to in to ie cm intei esi-. d I i uiO) i n n v tb Cener i u i rej ip i in KOI a in 5v 1' Mil ml ed lie new m m suiod ml the i en In is i i1 e wmt ove ti i 1 on in all KOt was ui 1 11 i t 1 tint-; in which tie t i foits and k H d I t t f K r an In s OIK M i ie 'pp ng idents ol t c ti <-e I U i e his mw ot! two t i be its Cieat in i rol in to disputed teiiilon between A one zuela ind G i nea I re ident CH velind wrote a Ie ttr to Gieat Hut an that so aio the w ai int in tnis countrv in surnoit of the "Monroe doctrine (hit the igieed al (ei having list to submit the to aibitration United States influence wa1' a toi in the overthrow oP Lil'iiokalani queen of II an and the annexation ot those islands in 1SQS to this coua irj Incidentally the I nited States has been credited with intervening President o it of enezueld President Ztlava out of a in ulju tins a between tie DOIPIIIH 11 lepubl c and its ind m Sfitlin-, the ien.nt distuibauce in Honduars CONFERENCE IN PALACE IN CITY OP JU4A1CO MAY MAKE. END OF CIVIL WAR i of Limmtour hur- ried to the Mtxican cipital to tike part in a cabinet conference which decide UK fate of Mexico Presi dent Di tz 1 nmntoui Minister oC Foreign Relations Creel and others of the cabinet will take part YOUTH LOST Pathetic Story Told By Young German Who Is Now at Hospital. BELIEVES ASSAILANT WAS R. R. DETECTIVE Had Not Been Molested By Conductor But Sti anger At- tacked Him Without Wainms Tug Went to Assistance of The Hazel H. Off Ashtabula and Rescued Men Possibility of Further Test of Navy's Guns And New Explosive VESSEL COMPLETE WRECK The Texas Sunk In Bay Aftci Having Been Riddled With Shells, laici s- cret fieatj co ind in "which fo the milifaiv i l mv il df mentation on co it was leain od fiamed b t tjinl lie een P evident Dia" and i SIITII! ervnv of the nnkido 1 e o] enod the trade of MOMCC 'o and the r onitu at onrc i ojernions tiiat 3 no sni e s Her! m its ift( ica contro In the Isthin is of anf PC IKI i 1 jit on tho t (0! i of AI be lo G lavmas So gieat lid th co i o! b come (hat ten days the P P h( rhip Co unabf 11 compete i ith the Japanese Imps which operating the favorable of the secret wi haiew en m Ij from tho t co st t a The t nited S te ho ever had full knowledge of Ihp tre tv md a clo t eve kepi on e eiv dpvploimpu until the si tint on became so seiiois that PreSKient 1 w foi cod to make a nnhtii) do noi tii? on a the two co in tne H made plain In tl at ihe L n t) States tho xrd oldi s c u 1 nd v ould march stia ,-at o ro and it and as i quence the h ct on ot the cabinet in aiuo menu; tnr ol the tif as as the e4- of I rlnda thai Jii in wo ild at once with (iaw" fiom co ON 1 S IORPEDO BOVT SIRINGHAM ChcsaifU B rv "Vlaich n i, a c le lib foitifici tion to test the ieMst powci of, met1" a iPylK n rut th p itv diccu sod hero t d u bv niiv and ravi oft c rs olftwin., th f i i l i n i fi.it o ft I i i nn N i P 1 d i it 1 pro 101 1 i mst w s ib i 1 1 Ii w 1c 1 to f (Ut n IK the cf f ohv p'c IVP po i n tl nt vv d iMmio 0 1na r avoidel ar in buih i pp i nrh was i, o al in i it olh t i mark lie "111111 r a1" Ian "hires m n ii i tl f tul i  f w iMiaat ASHTABUA HARBOR 0 Maich 93 Captain Whitnev Cair lot il man ager foi tne Gieat es ronmg companx the ciew of the fisn tug Ii go ng out in com n ard of the tug Fabian to t in t' e Hi tl H The Hazel H pionellcd as pov ei v is n 111 nineni ir dashed on il e knu 1 IP o? tl f? bicdlv atai bj a northvust sale late v estei j w lien the u un stea 11 (i out to the tug s aid The im ppulied ciew numbeied fnc The H care heie fiom Hu ron stopping in Fan port The wearh ei ind ice conditions weie favorable the Ins; i led out I ut tie wind shitted to the roithwest iboi.it u jo i ind ihe ice field-, n on thi, south shore en tra ice to th s poit and making eat on i Distrebs m the Hazel H 'sighted ai 3 30 o dor! bi ought re Met Tlit men al ou 'd u ei e Cap tain Ben Engineer H M kn s illiain Fiank Tig geith and Tied Fihott Miich 21 Mrs Thuesa Srhenl 10 shot and lull pd 1 ci bubl nnd last n mom it thei nonie in Fill Fidco a i h o Chin o i leased from rn I nls of 10 000 RESULT OF WOMAN'S WORK AT THE POLLS ONE DAY, MARCH 21 HRRY1OWN N is- snt of (toft for watei can led by small majority women 6olidh in favor while most male opposed MAMARONtCK N Y otes of women pnpeitj owneis elected Dr John T Hunter peopb s candidate nresident both old par tj aspnants N elected Mis Haruet lenkina member school boaid male Comnntlr10 OE wo men Tnomas A Edison to t! "ii ticket st tune he at election R1DGD 1 omon s club and ciuc association elected Mrs Man T Hmiichs membei of school boaid defeating mile ants NT N T omen s foi membership school boaid snowed undei b% men SEA CT IFF T omen piop ownem toicec thiough bond is sue foi new dock and steam fire engine U 10000 women "apt lie oit of 14 mmi nees foi 01 the sthool boaid I a of 4 000 wcnun upheld anti treit or dimnco that was opposed the saloons Reported Executed By Mexi- cans After a Drum-Head Court- Martial Unanimous Vote For Measure eRstnctmg Saloons To One for Each 500 Population. SOLDIERS TO SEE SERVICE WET CITIES BILL DELAYED Cavaliyipen Sent To Check Bandits Who Have Been Pillaging Ranches, SAN ANTONIO, March 23 John Hamilton Dlgnowitty of this city, and three other Amen cans have been executed by tie Mexicans in Chihuahua after a drum head court accord ing to news received by Dignowit ty s relatives here today To Protect Border People M Match Capt Edgar C and his men of the Fourth Uiv aie well on their to Chicob wheie the1. huinedly ordeied to put a "top to Mexican bandits and i olutiomsts who been pillaging ranches ind are declared to Killed a shevp berdei The situation is considered most senons and assurances were tapt Steeper befoie his com started on its hard i iae that other troops would be huiiied to his Assistance If hp found himself to cope with the situation The men ire making the nnich in the lightest marching equipment btldieis weie also sent to ferlingua Kan Miirti 23 The third of the tnJ of v A Tin 1 ett of C Kan charged with murrtfMin0 1 Neeh of Lma O parsed wit i )iu tin tion a jun ______ MDMCO Match 23 ting that Meuco is fat in? a crisis tn gi e itei tb in he hid belies ed Mmistei of Finance Limantour said that the admimsti ition hid no lehmt-1 planb foi the solution of the piob lems confronting tho It 1 ad no alternative 1) it to continue tfie mil tai i ro-ri im upon w nch it rnd enteud ht si 1 Opponents Of Measuie Still Beiteve They Can Defeat It In The House 0 Marth senate passed this morning the bill of Senator Dean limiting the number ot saloons in any unit of the stato to one for each oOO of population Senator Pnnnton tried to it ft mended so as to make H one for 1 000 population and pointed out a model liquor license taw pieprued the National 1 iquoi Dealeis oigam 7ation which established that ratio but it was down The bill was tiien passed It will not put anv saloons out of but will prevent new places being opened the limit. agreement between the wets" and in the housp morn ing the Dean Fulton bill cutting or ics out of the counU op'ion liw will be on in the house NVed nesdaj afternoon The defeat of the Yount bill n he nificant some as this measure was opposed b> the Saloo senate yecteidav is considered sij; league on the ground tnat H won d i ender moperatn e all law against ILLINOIS GOVERNOR CALLS OUT STATE GUARD TO QUELL DISTURBANCE AT COAL MINES MILITARY COMPANY O! ULiNlUm Special to the c i To rnai COLt MB1 i h 2 o der was ed tcua to or tion of d new infa itrv r-> n no of the bth resiricnt "ort Clin on o i A pill 1 Some tine a" com anj at lhat place n) b red oat ow to ts poor ccndi it" PLVA CUB itEi! YORK Martn 2" Plans for a churrH club roi a tif-s ic being formulated ucde hie duection of the Ac tors Chinch Vllhi c ia additioT to providing a no IK foi women mem ne of thp prof on it is planned to a ibi'ii thespiaas P i boarded tl T 'w f i u Tl t in n i ir n i c h m it 1 i" il o t r il i rih r of v I h 1 i HIP sM ri v s i il itf tr f> n IK P n i T n poi it 11 wo w r o "1 to IP M n i t i th hull i rt tu cis rit, is "i in 1 rn the whu P! hei mill t i mo b1 or r tn f 1 low tlic 111 i d H tn T r i un !l d i n slip! s t fv> it b ol An in Sd of th annui'' w 10 nm" c-t- f.} it b d 11 i 1 on P-T TbK w n >t an pi P he numrr i f hnli s p't i th] the 1 1 from r IP IP to th" >thor tlip t b me don 01 ihe f r 1 sitU i i Nono of hole v r vv re th P ev n nrh an o 5 SOT i dial ai im i id rhl-k- kiPM (ha nt nor explosions P tve am ml n rirn c L vv i fl qinrtlj out rne tno l ur t wb a bass, nad befn bv a 1T PCTTSMI M n Epnjamm T G f z IPS ip killed her onlj son i Ldwaid T IFID 111 1 ollO'Mi a confejenee ant Gene i] Dickcon and Mnoi Ro niell of Rpukl the 0 s ate troops called o it to quei! the "-till in? miners ordered wi adrawr All o tae troos will be lome tonight Oidor been ed Itn companies of the Illinois Siate Guard had been ort'eied Or Deneen to tht Gilltspie and Benld n inn? di'-ttuih to quell noting lan miiiers ne tmng to proent from working in tlir in ne> and there iiaa been bloodshed it Tailed to receive tht support of manv of the most radical wets Those supporting the measure were Racier Cahill Cetoue Dem Dittmei Dore Finnefrock Johnson Kellei Krause Kuhl McKee and Thobe against it were Andrews Den ton of hampaign Grar (rieen H Holdren Hudson Huff man MoGmre Purinton Reynold Shaftei Stockwtl! Todd of Prat k 1m uid "Vount change 1 his i sun vvm votp to move a re onsideratio i The tight on the Milton Dean bn (Continued on THE WEATHER I- F nt t n ht i n M i da 11 si n _ temp i ati i c I i iv Tenipeia u o it i a m (it. grets Tempt taturo one n fo d n i dei, e Sun it a in UK' at 17 p n (btmhul 1 line mi n winl foi In 111 online; noo i Mli m1 i 1101 h at n dai meht That he was brutally clubbed by a supposed detective or other railroad employe without tfrie slightest warning and finally pushed off a Lake Shore freight car so that he fell under tho wheels of the next car, is the qharge made Thursday by Martin Gilka 21 a miner and until last week a resident of Huntsville, Mo who now lies at Good Sa man tan hospital with his right leg amputated just above the ankle brief account of the afla r which T; o evening was gUea in s Star Journal Galka the car "an over him about 40 west of the Lake Shore pao- senger station the acci lQit pened about six o clock in the even- ing he did not see his assailant plai 1} enough to be able to identlfi him, Ii is i pitiful tale that was told to a Star Journal leporter b> the voung fellow at th  get off at Cleveland Between Toledo and tha conduct01 spoke to Uo several times, and aslad Ufa if we hid monev, but when we laughed and said he pabaed on It was j getting real dar! when we got to thib place, San- diibKv vou tall it don t jou, he ask- ed Trie icported nodded had not'ced a man m a cap walking along the top of the cats He walked up to ub in the flat car and veikd Get off vou Iht w-ord used according to Galka, wat, a vile epithet   the hospital hat became of the other men with nu9 Im not sine Tie fellou for the rAHrpad Ti'it one" of them with the club I giusb th others jumped I saw one of them jump he concluded Galka pa Hue that 'he ma i who hit him on the head with a club wap neither conductor nor th1 brakennu of the trim I bad nevei sttn him until he hin me s id ihe voin g fallow I thought eveiUMm; w is ill right because the tout! irtor dit not older us to get off Ukcn to hospitil GalKa was fair! well He b< th German and F and his un- familuritv with thp Mang of th common ramp proves that lie is not m that c iss 1 hN w vidpucel when the ques- tion it a bill, that hit was p t to thp n an d rt pi H( then rem nded thrit c anijs mvarialh to d railroa i r tutup as a bull That the pencil whi artaiked the men on the box ca" a I road detefthe has been m- timat d dilki written a letter to brother in Pennsylvania telling him of the los of his leg in the accident He was fairh weli at hos- p tai Thursday morrin? It was. not 1 nowu how soon be wm Id bp able tc hoMil0 around 01 crutches t 11 i ti i_, e mont af a tfn botn ne; n n w is the r of the de liU rit on of tl common p j in in tho da nace sut of Monzo D  tne iium in the CISP tnd a dav in arccums tnt nitrits of the matter aino tnt lilt jim termed the ca-'f1 at o clock night and tlien ad- journed ui ti! o Uock V n ornins Ihe deliberations on thai without effect and an jturnnpnt taken until oclOfk th< nigbt s sleep did not change the of enoi of the jurors to come where near an agreement John P reprt- i sen tin? the plaintiff out ot on biiBiatsa Tor reason ai expression from him at M t whether he intended to press thf to tnnl foi H tourth time could oat bi 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI   

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