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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Mf THE STAR-JOURNAL'S WASHINGTON BUREAU AMD REGULAR TELEGRAPH SERVICE WHI YOU POSTBO ON THE ACTION OF CONGRESS IN NOTABLE EXTRA SESSION. THE SANDUSKY STAB-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY, APRILS, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 149 Canadian Reciprocity, Tariff Reform, Economy And Investi- gation of Departments Are Big Features of Woi k Out- lined at Harmonious For Session Tomorrow. FEEECE FOUR-DAY BATTLETS REBELS AND FEDERALS; WOMEN AND CHILDREN ARE SLAW THE WEATHER WASHINGTON, April ceding on the record of the democratic congress which con venes tomorrow wtll he the chance of a next democratic president W J Bryan and Governor two of the democratic presldentia1 posslbil ties will be here to v.it ness the opening of congress The democrats today announced the program for the coming as follows Canad an TO reipportion in tier the census so thpt no demo critic will lose out Ise the tariff schedule schedule In'rodi ce a complete Of PCM 10 uy in governmental admimstn tion Investigate the denartment of 311 t'c- foi its failure to -prosecute the steel tii the post oTice depart ment on the econd cliss mail con t Investigate the irterioi depaitment on t1 t Bt. Pmchot contitneisj titrate the infl lence of "Wall etKc' ii shaping eminent policies  tlie man who taused !e inest of 7 and iber lett his 1 me' For four da% s federals and rebels battled between San Ra fael and trez ind according to re ports more than 1000 were slam among them mam women an1 chi1 dren in the two tow ib are pictmes showing msarrectos on tbe wloon opposite the pohtt rmonS-t maich and Mexicans of the lower mrht he ret irned abo class similar to those as non combuints weie slam in the battle The federal foices have been massed in Chihuahua and tented cities have been raided in the stieets of the in cient town C NCINNATI O April B Cox missing since last fr v he was ind cted for third time fo- perjury gave hirrs-if up at 11 43 today just as Prosecutor Hunt was prepar- ing to not fy the ch efs of police of all Urge to arrsst htm as a from jLStice Hjrt hdd Cox until noon tcrav to refLrn before calling for h s airc-t wiU in a ierv few to t le Clermoot oti i t ftfe e jjui -i- uu Jt cad'ed b> the fcr tie 11 are to Cox as would any otter uan I b that he as %ell aa PQ annicted feas ngtot to p il e a_ nw. h out of their sfate c( ihe ca f> aa is HoweTer. I tnat His lawyera i J Hi tion t belkxe si Jig r E-1" spirit, Hince was confirmed i iA t attei his first 11 ii tht wou d come to arding in of t A i net stio t uu] be abort." Cox t> attire re "will fire at prosecution In 1 o (.lock he conlcln t find any) Lh There u ond Legislature Has Much To Do And Can Hardly Adjourn Before May 1 President Confers With Mem- bers of Foiemg Affairs, Not Military Committee. DEFEAT FOLLOWS AN ORGY Del April sti'l urns high hn c do a result ot tnu between i id wh i thicatf ned toitmuauce of the race war Ajout iu otock tea uida> a mob of armed a swooned down upou a (rowd of spectatoi'fe. m the mam thoioashfaiL ot tLt town an i n -d a of bullets and b icl fatiot in o tl t d Oie i IS ars old Eon of aft-imtr in ng neir b uiel fell to the grainid shot thio I e 1 ead F tiken to a ho pitAi m sbm ere he died Ceorgt, Hudson >0 old a 1C of the s of to adjourn before Mav 1 Members of S finance sav th.y a Pal vTde otin'SfiStt tte tor two weeks >et it will ron Other whHP men rece led minor fcmohiUzed For the first time taho two more weeks after thej do re were la ae WetoIT of dh the srand'port for tbe legislature to pass the lot-ted bnttnej cannot be jun todfly the depart_ apprOpmtloIl bills Offiflpr w tn ment to tun to H for imestiga i House leaders aie plan Officer to oooe with the Uon the reports of all for adjournment The time thej He-, o-n crime that has been in depends a most on a result il her-. Bills and his added 5bo9 conveiU to his recard SK services were teld on the closing jesterdav and neirlv 1000 conversions made His next engige- ment is m lolcdo vvheic d. big tabernaclt has erected __ NPW A.prll of tbe COL1TMBUS O Apnl sreatefct upheavals ui police annals of return from the cit3 is expected to follow the Speaker Vmuig he announced giand jury that was be could see no chance for legislature ire of either or ant jmpth notified tbe pol te an hoir later and i led Tn the rig weie "Vontz in I Velsen and the j olic loth nun weie intoxuited Thei hi! i ithout the of asking bor lowed tbe oi'fit for a little abound the un the turn of aff frs taken in majors court indicated it would have been cheaper nd much more for and to hired a taxi Frink Motu ind George Reynolds the'former aped "0 and the other 3-> were the other two men who got In t( difficulties through a carriage ride Thej were arrested Sundav nipht at bnow s lufrv bun hired a I tvei man drove out paat: Blame For Fire Horror Insunectos Taken By Surpnse And Many Weie Message a Concession Bole significance wis t i ij i, tached to the. fact that licsid nt lait in lus ef fort to foie taP a imes tuition of wlu tl e tnoi wtjre mob 1 U a in I ta mix> hi-> GJII fMioi bt iat >ib ind n i es has 33 fai be u (all is ni mnn foieign afiau-> ro nmiUf b an 1 n >t tlie miliuin iffin-. ooiimitt c T1 P latent of the e to 11 Coi gH'-sman bulzer of Yo k chi r ma i of the nc v 1 c cr on foreign affai is dec'a t-> bt Indies that t e tioopo ere ci' rd D t not nirrci ai in ma.neu but i lej lelatona with wexloo or Ja. Rebels Are Routed CHIHI Apnl foir renels were I illed ard scores wounded in a a h bet veen a de tachment of federal sold t is   ht Sus ax coim ho se P A, T SUisman of i II I Columbia nnutraity i %cii-oM white rhe iren aims thronsr which filled bo o e- 1 cs i i aid m the huge ail toiium in- piptinei Ceo z? a r o fr emoted this Carles with T nit i >i le b n look in I rg and contnmd ap in a f Pic1 nids com- Hu e M hen CDrtroI A to hoi 1 up hands i few minutes later spoke until tl'p offi e I 13 n si pnf of Prof s re- Mid fo be wintel n for the nai s theie is a second dcmonstra allfgec! muidei of i wh te DOI tion sengte. rrrne upper coders from its masterlj Inactnitj the law can be to go bj the first of Mai Appointment of a calendar commit tee in. the house the first sign of the end of a btsoion Amngement'i for the conrm tee been made It be belt tted before the ea but piobaoh w ill not lued bej >nd ne t The jniMic util lull and othei nig rrea-sures are on the calendar for consideration this week Ihc-jccntral ooard b 1' to recede congideration In rat theu will bo a fight over the Stockv ell or n an bills for thp plan of decline I nited States United States, England, France and Japan Will Soon Have Arbitratm Pact. eentitue Pobtn ohaiiman houce committee on foreign iffairs of the 1 ict congrts0 declared at the Holme todai that an aibitra tion treaty wi'l soon be neKctiated be (ween the tinted States Jlpln France ind Gieat Rritiin Ihis ho declared should settle all tplk of wai between the Tjnited States and Jap-in to Venice Tn minner the oc cm mts of tbe carriage and the vehicle itse f landed IP a ditch on the of Koad roth men A ere br i sed ind scratched bprow ci um> bore was some careless Moirv and Rt nolas claim the i an anai with them Be tint is it mm Sprow was notified of the icu dent ana went out with anothei biotiirht o men tlu holies ind the dimaced c o his barns and then turned the two men to the police In court niornn Motr s that th done to cairn e iirounts to ft 01 0 ind be wintg the m n who 1 iro 1 It to lnrr t 3__Reinre w'll co t to make. iej ur th not a sragte caw on rec- ajio mm has ted anctL l-.uah treatment as hae Mr Oox la tbi m ittei sani Attorney Daity r in ri.aut ion has apparently tLoueht we Idiots But will iww them tie way if tttflji dmt ireot to leai. it The Hamilton county raar bas been missing foi three bJs at- prepared to contlmuk tlw war of; tochmcalities fco save bto from trial m Clernioiut oountv courts at ta. Mean v, hile Cox effort to serve Mm with notice of thie new choiring penury It was supposed thtose Interest- ed m the caee that lie would return to CircirmaU after Judge Gormaa liad left tbe criminal courts beach, But bis wife stated that he has not been heard from and that ebe ie mieh in the daik concerning fcia horeabwi s as anvbody Cox is out on boradr now first mfdHcttrBftflitt but tha is bj no means large and it is that if he wishes to stav irom CIQCI irati for all he tan do so T1 town of Bataua, v4iere Ooz will LKJ tiled bib the ohtest court- HtsnoUi; luenman ''iron cHims that th lel's   to the pro K of Prirl Mooi posed ir ni it on treatv heUeen the itPloimm -etuiaed a M n c mi ual bat e practi e of t 1 egi i m en nest oda i t i siUB3 uUa ni e etn bittleihips the tlie l nited butef aid Gint Untuin dwitl Henrv f flip banker in ad die n i met Ling of pence K jno n t e troiohtan le held un of the iiitciu ition ii t tha f. 1 1 v i Hin si 1. 1 BRYAN AND HARMON, AT DINNER PARTIES AT CAPITAL, DO NOT MEET; FRIENDS ARE ACTIVE OFF POK vpni depar ure f f Col Tl e Roose for I eno Nev 1he mm ton of peace forum. plett Hi it the P u I ast Japan i the tint hoi ni the next Jh mte w 11 be, com [o Uive 'rom he continued in 1 iK r tl c mdid UP ft r pu lict th it with H "M r1; be Ta) will i il n i e i ni dei t test r 1 I at S v inr i In sti Her i b Hoi in to ill avcn tin en I if le ha I wiling to vrt his (lit it-4- VMM r IKIMS RtVOiT il i u> i in torn own w re out Vhea the federals a ickrrt ind few ition on ra i c cuprene couit into ts1 1 foi i a nod to u" e two interest to the fae that- the ;zr s rid 10 lath ether Cknerroi Harmon was the guest cf Re Taires M fox of C o TncltVi in 1V pa U Repr John J ild of "ioik Mai mg c jaib realU i-emar] ibie was tbe r t en e oi IIP 'he Roo evrlt f n ilv Thoodoio Rco j oil and I o h tl e lict ifllf of the jcuinti vhifh he re pealedl said hi-, finil extended tour an speaking people let with the the home of us become then allies in promoting o came to in pence ith ntjland Jipan in I the Ti.n It Ii tmUd Si woiHiig in harmonj fo orl i 01 the miinten mce of otner ni 305 iinni'-tM tions roi Id with credit to them sehes s and iloof NAMED BY DEMOCRATS FOR CLERK OF HOUSE or ie- Ha r 01 he rd in F van Iff ita 1 oild ir t' P over li t p 101 i ex pee ill k t 1" K Cfl fiO 11 lot wlie s Go c no i ico r i i LO apnea C HTinr a 1 ed f IP Fr 11 IP liod If tie oppjitu i s w ?i t" M nor e o no mo rat m th- i ipnam n nor tl i j Hiimn ta! i tl 1 I lero m inor J H n w il of tlif g PPI i] nf Ht of i the cenate Fuo r1.! service as i p in o after Senator Hitch fnrndh to His prp at hp a am o H van mlicit on lnt Senator opx> liu t! L (Continued on Pass 6) f Bna to re up tho t to t e next na uonal f Hir The ctr-er jrat'rt it tbe "ar non tab o w Re] e T T Ans be r of Oh o d Jinan it tne same The dimci at which Mr Brvan was1 ion tnc tniesx, wis gnen E 0 of M 1 ruioml com i mitteci ar Othen> wtrp benator John H Knrn prc i ''errfial with. dtmoe the 'e ion Re, tre t'en PV Ollie o' Ke who cut lo thronged 'v n -1 fiequeu 6 capui" tie Kentucky (ieleea ion h peeked into the to cee what ftxnm Gov Harmon, if Buan "ajs the was going on. The of tbe word. t 1 ra p or tb" d Unan it tne t the PS excited in sirl 4 oi lard t pirmlreat poll them conne with ec KIII e in anle i i AI nl i-> rej ortf d t P le n po thdt B F IJflMi knov n IP i Go lid (n oor 'it D nin had been lerted the pre1- miks i h of the Mi Pic fi( Rul t deenu Hi M in ted 1 to T! o i i h pen I t IP the oil mt an lo tl the Co to succeed ueorgp I Gould k us; h a J Initials Not Those of Two Men Known To Have Perished IN 1909 YES, IT'S EASY TO DO WITHOUT SUNDA Y MAIL Ju t if foil toiiod Til tlien 1 mail at the post moinings the ne into pf hi I not b f-n a c a to must office on Sur 'a> closing H t without i hitch vd with uud w> fvr could bt out a of kind About thiiU pel sons rect ived nnil at the general ('ehvtiv wiuciow on special ordcri) This number it is be will be reduced The m ul u as usual bj the clerks but no were on ditb The number of lock boxes noted has beta The fiidHi- two n ti t n 1 t me agt3 'It It K 1 Ml 2 tttlO Sllltt'ti ih t i the lake i h r of 't Ui i  H it tttnt out J 1908 V n? n rim John OT was> lost ci thie off and In April 1909 and la Oototwr f ndow on 111 t j' i iKs n bt, filUil on and 1 fi it Lh post oih i1 or 11 ikd it itn tim just so u ch the post officr- p ni batur AH mail m t> tbit hour i hui 1U I tbe tan in- i thit i nir the n nl to U s.n p 01 it the geneial n window is iUttd in i stpvat The bnndix t >Mng was brojjrht jl Pbout bv a tlepditinent orde- the re 
                            

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