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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 191' NUMBER 141 WILL INVESTIGATE REPORTED DEATHS Washington, However, .Does Not Credit Rumors of Ex- ecution of Americans U. S. INTERVENTION MAY 1, SAY REBELS HERE'S FIRST GLIMPSE OF NEW SANDUSKY-DETROIT STEAMER PUT-IN BAY Desultory Fighting Continues j Along the Border and Peace Is Still Far Away WASHINGTON. D- C.. March American consular officers in Mexico were today ordered by the state de- partment to investigate reports that several Americans captured by Mexi- can federal authorities at various points in the insurrection territory have been shot. The department does not credit the report. There have been no new roents of importance Raron Uchida, Japanese ambassador, issued a lengthy statement decrying the war talk and declaring that "it is non- sense and unjust to the Japanese gov- ernment to attribute puck acts as are intimated in dispatches.1 Need Division Post. SAN ANTONIO, Maich of the first results of the "maneuvers" was a recommendation today by Gen. Cartortrat the government at once take _ steps to maintain a permanent army division post where officers and men can he kept in constant training un- der wai conditions. Gen. Car- ter has that thf post be es- tabU'rticTh-af-K.irt Benjamin Harrison, I ml., whi'r? the government already has enoigii jaiirl and where every regiment of 'he armv   was concerned the bill could be for the rmted the issn- put down for Wednesday afternoon nnw of an ordPi br Gen. Carter mak- Smith was inclined- to fight tlw j posse which is after the robbers. ang piovkions a tuddeu move, side-trap king of an administration______________ should it be required, and a statement measure for a liquor bill and said he 1 h) Dr C F Ca.ic.iafi of tho Mexican not like plan of railroading! TO SETTLE HOFFMAX 1VILL icvelutionaiv junta, that "thp United tilfl Fulton bill through. "I will not1 xEW YORK N Y March States will intervene in Mexico unless sav how T win votp on this bill if it 1 Through the cottit of appeals inter- there is a definite show of tianqiiilitv romea up in its regular said -by tlio i-pfpniiy diminished he, "but I will say that I shall certain-' Pretatfon of the will of Tvar cloud lomm'il laiger. (ly'rotc against "it if an attempt is I Hoffman, Dr. Carirnsti felt sum enough nf( to railroad it through." We facts ii emb'Hlv them in a report; it was finallv decided to eiH down to Francisco I Madero, the revolution- the utilities bill for Thursday after- leader, who at the report was noon and the arrangement Charles F. within miles, of the (in Chi- iniahua. Dr. CarirriPti chief ii ;K "ipv -v a decisive victory at all co: N bj Maj 1. Fulton bill a special orderfrr Situation HAVANA. Mrrr'i com- immirations from Mexico re- port the sittu'tioa pihate phjst- 11 Red the in- Wednesday afternoon was allowed to stan'1 This morning, however, the Way- man Oregon plan hill was made a special order in the house for 2 p. m. Thursday, the utilities bill for 2 j) m. Wednesday, being up a day. and the Cetone bill to permit the state shop inspector to move from the who -left" over at his death, two nieces, one a sten- ographer and (he othPi a school teach- er, will shortly come -nto fortunes. Margaret Hoffman wifl get nearly STAR- JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building. WASHINGTON'. D. C., March That William .1. Bryan and Robert M. LaFollette may line up behind the same banner in the presidential cam- paign next year is one of the start- ling possibilities. The Nebraska commoner and the Wisconsin insurgent and their respec- tive followers are coming, into closer sympathy all tie time and a new alignment is being formed which makes it easily conceivable that con> ditions may arise under which these two elements would break over party lines, form a coalition and support a third movement in the approaching presidential campaign. The third movement would only eome in the event the LaFollette fol- lowing is turned down in the repub- lican national comention and the following is turned down in the democratic nat ional convention. In that event a new movement may be inaugurated through a coalition ot forces if so, its appeal will bi made to the radical elements in both parties. Such a movement mav be born, for instance, if President Taft is nominat- ed by the republicans and Judson Harmon by the democrats-. It is known that such an eventuality is be ing considered and that those who ar" thinking of the feasibility of a populii" movement combining the radical O'P-, ments of both parlies are now playing a waiting game. j Bryan and LaFollette are closer to-! gether than is generally knov.n will be shoulder to ?h "wider ini significant that he is consulting with Senator LaFollette and through La- Follette is cultivating friendly word- ing arrangements with the insurgents of the senate. In planning the tariff revision pro- gram Mr. Bryan and the latter's friends are not giving a moment's thought as to how they might shape the legis- lation to mollify Senator Bailey and hold the Bailey democrats of the senate in line but they are giving much concern to a program that will command the support of Senator La- Follette and insurgent republi- cans. They are taking It for granted that Senator Bailey will be as much opposed to a real downward revision of the tariff as Senator Smoot or Sen- ator Lodge or any one of the reaction- aries on the republican side. Figur- atively, they have tossed Bailey over- board and are working to line up a combination of republican insurgents and anti-Railey democrats. Through such a combination of votes it "is hoped to secure a majority of the sen- i and when that majority is secur- Auditor, On Authority of State Commission, Calls Meeting to Adjust Tax Values Granted power by the state tax commission to make whatever changes they deem best in the real estate valuations of the city and county, the city and county boards of review, sitting as boards of equalization, wilt begin their special sessions next week. Acting under instructions from the state tax commission, received Thurs- day, County Auditor Deist has notified city board of review to come together on Monday, and the county board of review on Tuesday at the court house. This of the hoards is one of the first steps towards the re- vision of the appraisement figures earnestly desired by many taxpayers-. ed Bi-van and Champ Clark, dominat- thorough nature, it i, ing the house, will be_ready to accept whr'ever modifications of the house bill the senate combinations may write (Continued on Page 3.) the n ahoui to open for a TAPIS FDR PEME As the work is supposed to he of a expected that the boards of equalization will be in session for some time. Ever since boats have been christened it has been customary for some member of the fair sex to do the honors at the launch- ing ceremony. Contrary to custom, however, the new steam- er Put.in Bay will be christened Saturday by an eight-year-old boy, Master William McFall Heyser, grandson of William McFall, of Dayton, Ohio. AH arrangements have been completed for tjhe launching Sat- urday at the Wyandotte yards of the Detroit Shipbuilding Co. Sev- eral from Sandusky, among them Nelson J. Hunt, will be present party is going from Put-In Bay, the steamer Tourist having been engaged to make the trip to Detroit Saturday morning. It Is ex- pected Viat the new steamer will be ready to go into commission between Sandusky, Put-in Bay and Detroit about June 20. This new boat of the Ashley Dus- tin Steamer is the latest crea- tion of the master marine designer, Frank K Kirby. ant represents tha newest development in lake excursion rlenmors. Mr. Louis O Keil of De- troit, has designed the interior deco- rations. Roth Mr. Klrby and Mr. Keil will personally supervise construction ot' the steamer. The model is entirely different front any other lake pruuellei. It will hava a cruieer bow ind its beam will ex tend over the susrds similar to shape of the side wheel steamer. length. L'4u feet and width of beam, 60 feet make this steamer the largest excursion steamer on the Great Lakes. Every line of the Put-in Hay will sug- gest grace, speed, comfort and The steamer will be equipped with four cylinder triple expansion engina and four boilers, which will develop horse power, which will propel the strainer through the water at a rate of ncarlj 23 miles an hour. It by marine engineers that the Put-in Hay will be the fastest of its class on the Great Lakes, and can-r ihe bunner like Its sister ship, Frank E. Kirby as the "Fryer of tha The sweeping extent of the ,rising Lakes." it is 'expected that the ne-c power granted In the state boat easih reach Put-in Hay in ties is indicated by the minting of the summons issued, as laid in ihe communication of Ihe tax commission The boards aic allowed to coinene for purposes of equalization, to ioircct Uirfe hours from Detroit. The new steamer Put-in Bay will siy large dooKs upon which iC will comfornbly carry nearh t.OOO people The orlop deck will any errors or omissions, and to change spare for crew's quarters up forward, engine room amulsbip and lounging room aft for passengers. This louna- ing room is a new novelty in excur- any and all valuations as thev sec fit. official aetion has yet been taken by the tax commission as ro million, while hei sister, Carolyn, will, receive the income from "'OO.OClf court's decision ends a Ir- v oious attack on the validitj of t! a revision of the tariff When Bryan n m was here recently F-rnior LaFollette! LOHdOn PapCf SayS W3P Man- called on him at the .35idence of Cot- 0 ter T. Bride. Mr Bryan's friend, and BUVePS SerVCO PUfpOSe Ol they talked Mr is taken charge of tariff finished l-i house of rppresenta- li.ir.d is manipulating the and bis brain is mapping out the I'lan of campaign It is highly SOLDIERS AT THE FECNT IN TEXAS FIND MUCH HARD WORK THEIR LOT been recall' cl that the p'csenee of Gen. RPJPS in t'lr H'publU is derniert abso- lutely nrctv-arv, ,is Senor Lininntour fintis unable to cope wuh the situation SHARON. Pa March L. Campbell. was nrobablx fatally stabbed at Tram pville. The polio j charge R W Cornwall. 3D. with the crime. Alleged nnsmnd.iet on part of Campbell with wife of his as- sailant is given a5 the cause of tho af- fair. Tuesday evening they expect to make a slate demonstration against the Fulton bill that is to be voted on the next afternoon Now meetings are to be held in various cities Sundav. Rftpresenta- tive Kilpatrick of Tnimbull speak at Portsmouth, the home of Reprp- untatne a 'wt" Representa- tion Fielner of Vinton. a republican, will talk to th" Newark fallow towns- men Repiesentative Fulton, who in- tioduofd the bill. Representative (Continued on .i) CINCINNATI. 0, March Hunt will go before Chief Jus- desperate of B. Cox to, tice Frank H. of keep from being brought lo trial The affidavit filed on behalf a charec ot indirationa Gorman and the prospouior. today that every circuit judge in the The injunction is designed to pie- district will Cither be enjoined or vent Gorman from takinc up the case sworn off the bench in order to keep until the circuit court de-ndes a man- thcm from bringing the case to trial, {damns proceeding 10 compel Presiding Yesterday Judge Gorman was en-1 Judge Charles J. Hun: to rule defi- joined by Cox from trying the case.j nitely as to whether an affidavit by Today Prosecutor Hunt filed affida-jCox. alleging that Judge Gorman is vUs to swear off the bench Judges "biased and prejudiced" is sufficient Smith and Swing who issued the in-jto remove the case from Gorman's junctions, alleging that they thereby, court showed themselves prejudiced. Thisj Judge Gorman took exception to leaves only one Judge Judge'the injunction in open court and de- Edward H. Jones, and it is understood i cided that he would wait until to-: today that Cox will attempt to swear; day before announcing whether him off the bench, also because he would obey "the extraordinary Injunc-1 from the opinion of the other! tion." It is thought haidly probable two judges in eiijoining Judge the circuit court will rule on the Bittn. j mandamus moceedings Judge The hearing of the motion of Pros-1 Hunt before Saturday. Peaceful Diplomacy. LONDON, March 24 the United Press dispatches the ieal purpose of the military man-j in Texas was to force Janan j from further alliance Mexico the} London Dailj Express todaj says: "It is now appaicnt that the stiong hand placed by president Taft in put- ling war ships on the coaM and on the border of Mexico has spned the puipuse of peaceful diplomacy President Taft bv his aition made it clear to all the world that America will permit no infringements of the Monroe doctune and for our part we cordially hi1- prrof of his termination since we believe the Mon- rnp doctrine makes for the se urity of the world's peace." the specific reductions, public about two weeks ago. fho state tax commission later the specific reductions or in that may be made, the do not to consider  e.iroiue. Meals will a la earte at reasonabia Tlie part of the man dnfk he used a> a To'o.ty iH't.memde This portion of the will alFo be provided with which can he lowered in inclement of this deck any of the figures published -'or Protects in the hands of a in be tionp ar i and mnst with the county auditor e fore Ii is up to the boaid- whcther will personal   wrecked an-l In i mails aie Io.--t. CONFIRMS STORY OF BOY WHO LOST FOOT QMS mm. I Change To Give Carriers Day's j test Will Probably Be i Effective April 2 Sam's regulars, who are tak Ing part In the maneuvers In Texai, find that thf-ir excursion i ut at al 1 a ptcnie. They htive much hard work to do in camp, besides the diills and other things down in the regulations. They haw become used to tent life, however, and are aiuioun to some fighting to Assertir.z that he was told by rail- 1 order to be aM rnad employee? 'hat the Luke Shore ing from the tiain h was charged with pushing Mart- 'at a pretty good said Furdrk in Galka from the freight car Tues-j He then described the detcc- Airor'line to pie-ent plans the new ord' stopping the delivery of mail at iMv caiiieis' on Sundays will hy jump-, into effeoi the first Sunday of next month. April J This was announced In pot-tmaatei Schippel. Friday, fol- day night, skipped out of toun passenger tiain the same in order to arre-t at the hands of the local police. George Rurdlck. car- penter, residing at the Laurence hotel, Thursday night confirmed :n everv material detail the account tivc struck at nil the he co'ild lowini; iho receipt of the oider of reach, and eiireed thi-n- Cental Hiuhco k as an- "Oalka the last man 10 reach the a days ago There will ladder, and j-ist as he ft to the top.' he usual delnery Sunday, she detective again the' rlnn. the only de- hlack jack, and knocked him of Inail Sunday will be ot the wheels of the next car." continued special delivery and of import- given by the bey. bing at the Rood' linrdick. I ant mall a; the genera! delivery wlr- Samaritan hospital with his rrght "The other five of us able This window" and the stamp leg amputated. j jump, and escaped with slight bruises. I window will be open from S SO to Burdick. who was one of the men The detective got off the car and stood i 30 a. m. Any regular patron ot tlw on the freight car with Galka. stands looking at the hoy, without making1 office desiring to secure mail at this ready to swear out an affidavit a- _ gainst the detective at any moment. He claims that he got a good" view of the assailant and would recognize him anywhere. As the local police force is investigating the case, de- Telopments may be expected shortly. "The detective had a 'black jack' in Ms hand, and when he started towards, living to eject Burdirk says that there an, young Galka, who was In the box'were nuilattoes with the rest of m front, ran back to the coal car'the crowd, but that the strokes of the it which half a fioten men. Alii Mack jack weir keenly felt by alt, us made a rush to the in and intended to strike an. an> effort to assist him. as he lay there with his leg crushed. Then some one yelled. 'There comes the and the detective walked off at a fast pare. Claims were made bj railroad men that the detective onl> struck two col- ored men on the car. whom he was window on Sunday morning may de so by sending a written notification 14 this effect. Such notification must to in the office by 3 p. m. A standing order for such Sunday ery will not be recognised bat arate notification must be sent fur The change will give poet oflca clerks and cairien more rwt on Sot- da vs. regular receipt Mr- patching of the will k ued, an NEWSPAPER! EWSFAPERl   

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