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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDSUKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1911 NUMBER 142 DIAZ MAY GO NEXT; REFORMS PROMISED Resignation of Mexican Cabi- net a Step Toward Bring- ing About Peace. REVOLUTIONISTS NOT SATISFIED BY ACTION Insist That President Himself Must Be Stripped of Power Or War Continues, WASHINGTON, March That the resignation of President cabinet is the forerunner of reform in Mexico was officially announced today In a telegram from Minister of Foreign Affairs Creel to Mexican Ambassador De La Barra. The telegram states that reforms are to be instituted all over the country and that al- ready Vie public is confident these will bring peace. As construed here the resignation of the cabinet is a pronounced victory for the insurrectos and will stimulate their cause greatly. That they will not be satisfied until Diaz himself resigns is the private prediction in administra- tion circles here Official announcement was made to- day by the Mexican revolutionary junta tnatthe lesignation of the cabinet will have no effect on stopping the rev- olulion insist that nothing but the stripping of Diaz b-Imself of his last shred of power wilPcause them to arm; THE WEATHER TROOPERS MAKE LONG HIKE TO STOP MEXICAN RAIDERS ALONG THE BORDERS Forecast- Increasing cloudiness followed b> lain late tonight or Sunday Temperature at 7 a m, 31 de- grees. Temperature one war ago, 54 degrees. Sun lises Sunday at 5.24 a and sets at 5.49 p m rises Mon- daj at 5 23 a m and sets at p. m (standard time Maximum wind veloritv for 24 hours ending at noon today, 12 miles east at 5.10 Friday night E J. P. Morgan, With Allied In- terests, Acquires Another Big New York Bank. "The resignation of the cabinet was no unexpected in Washington. The state department for some time has hrm receiving private advices stating that a change was being contemplated bj Diaz. The Mexican am- bassador has admitted that such a ron- tingencv was expected this week in Mexico but has declined to corn- Trent on the situation as being an in- toinal Now Expect Intervention. SAN ANTONIO, Tex, March 25 Following the resignation of Pres- army officers in charge of the division of troops nere are today making no rurtiier effort to conceal fact that they mom tarily expect orders to march into Mexico A flood of telegrams that reached Gen Carter from the war department last night are declared to urge him to whip the division into shap? for a hurried movement south. It is expected here that tha instiriect- os v-iii take advantage of President Diaz's decline of power as shown bv the lesignation of his cabinet to start fresh hostilities that will necessitate armed intervention shortly In a full report on the incident of Mexicans firing on the United States troops stationed in the Big Bend country, the rtatement is made that those firing the shots evidently were laboring under a misapprehension and that no offense to the United States intended It is the opinion of Capt. Andrew B. Williams. Third cav- alry, now stationed at Piesidio, in command of companv H, that the shots came from the insui rectos and that the United States troops were mistaken for Mexican soldiers. rtions. WASHINGTON', March re- enonse to inquiry as to the fate cf Americans captured m Mexico bv fed- eral troops Consul D.ve today repoit ed to the state that the execution of four Americans Adams, Young, Howard, and Shanley was d. nied by the military authorities at Nogales. No report has yet been received from th-3 consul at Chihuahua where it was reported four other Americana had been killed by the federal author- ities. BOSS NATIONAL FINANCES Wall Street Report Is That ControJ-of-Eroposed-Central Bank Is Planned -NEW, YORK, March 'Iking of J. P. Morgan, acquired another New York bank today. was admitted this afternoon that the Equitable Life Assurance society and the Mutual Life, which together owned one third of the stock of the National Bank of Commerce, with of deposits have each sold one half of their holdings to interests identi- fied with .1. P Morgan Co., the First Naiionr.l Bank, the National City bank, which is a Standard Oil concern, and Kuhn Loeb Co. This half a dozen of the strongest banks in this city now absolutely con- trolled by Morgan and Standard Oil. Following the purcnase It was declared in Wall street today that this was but the opening wedge of the three moneyed interests to get complete control of the fin- ances of the United states. It is stated that thev are confident that Aldnch's central bank idea will be adopted by congress and they expect by that time to have purchased enough banks, both in this city and all over the country, to give them control of the board that will ad- minister the affairs of the United States Central bank. The above in- terests alread> dominate the lead- ing banks of the city and control the New York clearing house. A troop of United States has been sent through the Rattlesnake mountain country of to protect Americans at Terlingua on the Texas side of the Rio Grande. A guard of 10 soldiers has beeu seut to protect the Southern Pacific bridge over the Pecos river near Viaduct, Texas. Other bridges are also being guarded by sol- dieivas-it te feared they will be blown up by Mexican raiders. PLUNGESTHROUGH TRESTLE; 10 DEAD Dixie Flyer Carries Passengers Into River In Georgia, Coach- es Sinking Beneath Water and But Few Relief Trains Rushed To Scene. CLARK WON'T USE AUTO OCILLA, Ga, March passengers were killed at 5 o'clock this morntng when Vie Dixie flyer, of the Atlantic Coast railway, went through a trestle over the Alapaha river, the coaches sinking ten feet under water. The fireman is among those killed but the engineer and a flagman es- caped. Trams carrying nurses and physicians are being rushed from all the surrounding towns. u first reoorted that 40 wera killed hut late teports say there are but tcn known dead Twent) wera injuml and ren are missing. riip railroad oQiciaU are complete- ly nustii'eil b> she accident as kn- ottier train had passed safely the turtle thit-e quarters of an hour lietoie It 1-5 however, thflt the trestle had been tampered wit'l and an iiuesngation at once ba started cars went off the trestle, tha sleeper striking on the ruer bank, and a large number of the occupants o! the berths being badly injured. Tha trestle was feet high and sank ai- to the water's edge. WASHINGTON Match ?erting that his legs 01 the ureet .cars wero plenty good enough for him, Speakoi eie.n Chami> ChuK notne that he would have no use for the luxurious lira-, .online purchased In congie-s tor .the oiiuenifiice of the speakei 'I don't a dam what be- comes of the automobile.' he said SAVANNAH. Ga March 25. In the United States court nere J. P. Smith, a fainiei, L P Reins, a con- stable, and H of the peace, W Reins, all of Baile' a justice Appling tountv. pleaded guilty to charges of peonage and were flned. 10 BE A BIG Wet Cities, Utilities, Oregon Plan and Other Big Meas- ures Up For Action. ETTKEAU, Dispatch Building COLUMBUS, 0 March 26. Next will be the biggest one of the legislative session in point of import- ant measures before the two branch- es. Not counting measures regularly on the calendar, the house -will have up as special orders the Winters util- ities bill, the Fulton bill exempting cities from the county option law, the Wyman bill to give Ohio the Oregon plan of electing United States senat- ors, and the Cetone bill to give the state shop inspector authority to re- move his office fiom the state capi- tol. The senate will have the Yount school book bill, the Stock vv ell bill providing for the nomination of all candidates for state office bj priman elections, thus putting an end to state conventions, and the Dean bill pro- viding for a state board for the ex- amination and registration of those engaged in optometiy. The Fulton bill claims most atten- tion now and with mass meetings of protest planned for cities and towns (Continue on Page 6.) LATEST STYLES FOR MEN; BUST EFFECTS, SMALL-BORE PANTS i NEW YORK, March bovs' stjles in clothes are now taboo, according to the "diet of the New York custom cutters' club. Here aie some ot the styles decided upon Coats to have narrow, sloping shoulders, with a bust affect like a pouter pigeon. Trousers to be small-bore, with spring bottoms The feet will have to la held in the position of a toe dancers' to don the new trousers. Vests designed to save laundry, revealing as little oJ the collar and shirt as possible. A rejuvenated form of the Nor- folk jacket Is called the aviation coat, although you may wear one without owning an aeroplane. There will be velvet cuffs to trousers and white suede pumps and white flannel tuxedos for even- ing wear Red-brown will be the favorite color The Cloak and Suit Designers' Association has officially decided that 28 inches bhall be the limit in length of women's coats. Milan Man, Arrested For Non- Support Claims He Has Paid Alimony. That the arrest of Harry Meyers, of Milan, on a charge of non-support, IB i the outcome of a threat of his first wife to "fix" him, if he ever married again, wab the substance of a state- I ment made by his attorney, John Ray, in the common pleas court Saturday morning, when the matter of the bond of the prisoner was under considera- tion A plea of not guilty to the charge was entered by the defendant. Since getting a decree of divorce from the first spouse, and being ordered to pay her alimony, Meyers married a Mrs Rounds, of Norwalk. She was in the court room Saturday, ready to testify in his behalf if necessary It is claimed by Meyers that he has receipts showing that he has paid all the alimony that is due. As he was unable to furnish the bond re- quired by the court, up to noon, Sat- urday, he was sent back to the coun- ty jail Meyers is the man who was taken into custody by Sheriff Reuter in Cleveland, Friday. Iowa Man Narrowly Escaped Lynching After Shooting Seek Many Recruits WASHINGTON-. March of the exttaordmarv activity on the part of armv recruiting officers (Continued fioin Page 1.) Ohio's Quota For Texas Man- euver Camp Is Limited to Eleven. Special to The Star-Journal COLUMBUS, 0, March 25.-Onlv a limited number of Ohio National Guard officers are after all to be per- mitted to go to the fedeial troops maneuvers in Texas. Adjutant Gen- eral Wejbrecht received a letter from tne war department saying that the government would accept of infantry two field officers, one regimental or battalion adjutant, one quartermaster, one commissary, two company offi- cirs: of field artillen, one battery of- ficer: of engineers, one company of- ficer; of the signal corps, one com- pany officer; and one medical officer of the rank of lieutenant colonel. These will be used In the maneuver for two weeks only. General Weybrecht has selected seven of the eleven officers who are to fo. They are Col. C X Zimmer- man, Cleveland; Col. L W Howard. Toltdo; Captain P. B Moneypeny, Columbm: Captain Wilson Bacon, Tlffln; CapUin Grant S. Taylor. To- ledor CapUin F B Troyan, Cleve- lend, Lieut. Chas. R Wilson, Co- lumbui. PACKERS MUST PACE COURT AS PLEA FOR IMMUNITY BATH IS DENIED THEM 4 Officer and Bartender Chicago packers with violations or Sherman anti-trust law District Attorney Sim that the packers be brought to The packers insisted that the im ity granted during the trials in covered these indictments, too ward F. and Charles H. Swift, Francii A. Fowler, Edward Tilden, I. Ogdi Connors. Edward Morris arid Lou DBS MOINEP Iowa. March C. Kelly, an inebriate who was being ANOTHER DOCTOR DIES OF SPINAL MENINGITIS Judge George A Carpenter, the Vmted States district court Chicago, has held that the fam immunity bath of 1903 does not ply to three indictments chargi Armour, Connors. Heyman. COLUMBUS, 0., March and Reginald, 1, sons of Mr. and Ira McCorkle of Obeti station, burned to death at their home, the absence of the mother the olcie child set fire to some paper, and clothing of both the children Ignited. NEW YORK, March Ray- mond W. Brow n, house phj sician of the Hudson Street hospital, died of spinal meningitis within twenty-four hours of the appearance of the first taken to Me Knoxville asvlum this, symptoms of the disease murdered Deputy Sherifl Llaience Wohman of Council Bluffs, Iowa, who had him in charge, and then going to a galoon five blocks away fired His is the second death within a few days of a physician who is believed to have contracted the disease through contact with the cases of infected five bullets into E. W. Sterzing. a bar- Greek immigrants. Dr Brown's death tender, who refused him a dunk, kill- 1 following closelj that of Dr Edward ing him It was with the ut- F Ashley, the bacteriologist on Swin- most difficulty that the police kept a' burne island, under similar mob from lynching the man [stances UNCLE JOE WON'T SEEK HONOR G, 0. P. RELIEP START OF PUNT DeWitt Resigns As ier Of Hancock Manufacturing Co. TumS Turtle' BIG FACTORY IS COMPLETE After Long Delay It Now Looks as if Real Owners Will Take Charge, Clarence DeWitt, who has been manager here for the Hancock Manu- facturing Co. since that company ac- quired the propertj of the Bates- Zlhlman Glass Co. and remodeled the plant, has resigned. He is now in New York looking after some matteis and expects soon to move to that Just what significance this has no one here seems able to say. The plant is now ready to ?-H ETA s now ready for operation, after months of and the dclaj in starting has not been explained It has been understood all along that the Hancock iManufacturmg Co was simply a temporary corporation to take over the propeitv and put it in shape for operation and that when1 this was done, the plant would pass to the hands of a big corporation which is known all the coun-- The identity of tins company, which has supplied the capital, is still kept a secret. The resignation of Mr DeWitt, however, is believed bv those in closest touch with the Hancock com- pany to mean that the plant is now to be turned over to its real owners and that the making of will soon be commenced The compain has acquhcd proneitv and has plans! for the extensive enlargement of the' plant erecting additional build- ngs In the plant now readv for op- eration employment ould be given to about 125 men VICTORIA, B C, March 25 twppn -sii 45 persons are believed to have mftt their lives -when the tiit-aui-.1 Scheldt turned turtle and sank off Beachv Head last night News of the disabter jus-t here todjy. The craft used to carrv workmen from this to the noithern Canadian coustiuction camp and is believed to have-been overloaded. The boat car- ried only a few life preservers. Steamers Sink; trews Rescued LONDON', March French steamer Bordeaiixvillc and the Scotc'J steamer Ironbrook collided and sank in the English channel last night. The crews and pasengei-s were rescued with great difficulty owing to the rapid- ity with which the two vessels went down, Another Sea Tragedy. NANTUCKET, Mass, March 25 Startling evidence of a sea tragedy was revealed at Great Point, Nan- tucket island, -when a dory from tin barge Stonington. containing the bod- ies of Capt. Nelson Davis of the bargs and that of a seaman, together with, two unconscious sailors, one of them the captain's son. drifted ashore. Both of the bodies were frozen, The survivors had suffered so severe- ly from cold and exposure that it is feared they, too, will die. In a moment of consciousness, one of the sufferers managed to say that they left the Stonington when ther discovered tnat the craft was sinking fast The Stonington was the last thiee barges in tow of the tug Daniel Wtllard, bound from New York fop Boston It is believed they abandon- ed the vessel onlj after they had at- tempted ineffectuallv to signal tug and barges in front of them. Handsome Mew Put-in Bay Left the Ways At Noon To- day At Wyandotte. JOHXSOX FAMILY HOPEfTL CLEVELAND. 0 March he shows improvement, according to those close to him, Tom L Johnson, H is admitted bv some, is growing weaker. He has not yet been able to sit up His family still has hope for CROWD SAW FIRST PLUNGE his In the last ten days Mr Johnson has disposed of all btisi- and personal affairs-that his attention SHERWOOD MAY NOW GET CHAIRMANSHIP rtdusky for Christening, Little Boy Breaking; the Bottle, STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU Mr Cannon's well-settled intention Munsej step out of the way and allow some WASHINGTON. D C, Match 25- (hcwen as the republican candidate for speaker is the most sig- Former Speaker Cannon wiir not be a narmmiy mOTe tbat has, candidate foi minorit> leadei of the made on the republican side of the house of representatives His name chamber in the last >ears It will not be presented with his concent tones just in time to saic to the republican caucus when it from serious If Mr Cannon meets earlv next month, and if some had persisted IP going before the cau- zealoub friend should insist on nomi- ens as a candidate for leader these nating him over his objections he will three things would happened j immediateh arise and his 1 republican members.' name. or one-fourth of the enthc i publnanl These facts became Known today membership, would havp rofiibetl to go through close and confidential friends into the caucus of the aged ex-speaker whose 2. Mr. Cannon would havp been i personality 15 still a synonym for bel- elected leader bv a majority of the re- Ilgerency. Mr Cannon himself has no iriblican representatives Intent.on of gratifying his enemies in 3 A largo number of re-publican the house minoritj with an advance ps'imated F! at least. notice of his purpose. He ne.er has would have been against him as been stronalv ghen to advance an- the republican candidate for sp-aker nounceme-nts but prefers to wait and when the balloting takes pl.ice in the let his actions, speak for themFelves. open which gives ms performances a tinge' at the expense of such of sensationalism that is out of the or-1 a large defection from the republican dinary side would have been a very questlon- Durins; the few remaining prior, able triumph for Mr Cannon, who has to the beginning of the extra session, i bwn four times elected speaker of the howevei. the news will peicolate' house of r-presentatlves. among the republican members of the i Mr Cannon's willingness to forego house that Mr. Cannon will not be a tbe leadership affords the greatest candidate for the republican nomina- measure of relief to a certain band of tion for speaker, which carries with it republican representatives like Foster the minority leadership, and it will be of Vermont. Crumpacker of Indiana, welcome tidings to numerous republl-1 Longworth of Ohio and Campbell of can i.'presentatlvet who would Kansas who. although not inturgents. on the score of personal friendship, to piomlsed their constituents in the vote against Mr Cannon but ho campaign fall that if re-elected would feel obliged for political reasons would not for Cannon for to turn him down. sneaker. v Special to' The Star-Journal WASHINGTON. D C March 21 A lepoit going aiomid heie- and prct- creelitcd is that, owing to the contest between I'onjiessmen Anderson and Ansbcio. the and means committee has eteciiifd to ap- point Gcnfia! I-aac R Sherwood cl Toledo ehaiiman of the on invalid MONTANA SENATOR IN CARTER'S SEAT i i Henry L. Myers, of Montana, senator-elect who" succeeds Senator Latter in tbe Vnited Suuea senate. Suet ml to the Star-Join nal DETROIT. Mich. March InmNome new excursion steamer Put- in Hav of the Ashlev and Dustin lino was launched at the Wv- andotte valds of the Detroit Ship- building Co. at noon today. Theru was not a h'tch. A n.imher of ipvited guests from Toledo Cleveland, Sandnsky aid other Ohio cities made the trip dovvn the river in a chartered ferrv ,nd a si eat witnessed ceremony from the bhore. The usual custom of having a mem- her of the fair do the honors at the done awav with and the I'ut in Bav was christened by a little boy. Master William McFall Hovser. s.-and-on of William McFall of Davton. Aside from this depart- ure, however, the ceremony was ac- conlme to custom Sandtiskv cham- pagne was urcd for the christening, furnished bv the Hommel Wine Co. the 1'ottlf enclosed in a hand- somely designed and engraved silw holder The sjionsor and other spe- cial guests at the launching stood on a ul.itform that had been erected for the occasion it is expected that the new steam- er will be readv to go into commiuion between Detroit, Put-in Ba> Sm- dusky about June JO. now well advanced and big of men will be kept busy IniUllllt the engines and machinery attd con- pleting the upper works. It stptrd here that the polity of the management will be to boat and DO liquors ke told. iNEWSPAFERr   

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