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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio EVERY AUTOIST WILL BE INTEKSTED >fii THE CLUB MEETING AT THE WEST HOUSE TONIGHT AMD IN THE SATURDAY STAB..m.Bm. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911. LAST EDITION Gruesome Brutality Charged by Wife of American Officer In Chihuahua1 IMMEDIATE FUTURE NOT VERY HOPEFUL Rebel Forces Tighten Line: and There Is Growing Fear That Peace Won't Come THE WAR NEWS Representative Caleb Pjwers and exoneiated The New York World in con tradiction of published statements in the Sun and sent out by both the Associated Press and United Press asserts that V'e mobiliza tlon of troops on the border was without thought of Japan or any other nation except Mexico and was based entirely upon reports of an impending crisis in latter country with which President Diaz could not cope The United Press Insists the maneuvers were a warning for both Mexico and Japan The United Press gave this information exclusively on March 17 and the Associated v Press gave much Vie same story 1 on Aoril 6 The United Press beat was the subject of wide spread comment in Washington MTU JYORK Apnl a private Icttei leceived in taib city fiom the wife of an American army engi at Chihuahua charges are made that the women followeis of the Mex- ican federal anny goon every battle- Ik Id after the fterht is over and kill tlio wounded niMinectos who aie left behind The letter declaies that if the womded are too hint to de fend themselves thev are stabbed to death If the} can fight back how evtr the women kcfp their distance and stone them to death Wter a b-U tie at Santa Dulalia declares her Committee tO Investigate Alle- husband saw half a dozen men on tin" battlefield who had been stoned to death bj the women armj followers Pessimistic Feeling MEXICO CITY April of the character of the measures the government maj be takmg to effect an agieement of peace with the rebels unofficial Mexico is inclined to be a bit moie pessimistic re garding the immediate fut ire Botn Mexicans and foieigners long to see the end of the rev oltition a id hope that the unofficial negotiations so an spiciously inauguiated at Washington by Minister of Foreign Affairs De La IBaira on the eve of his departuie for Mexico and Dr Vasquez Gomez may be continued but there is a glow Ing fear of failuie The news that Francisco T Madero had moved his headquaiteis to San Andres and had tightened the lines about the citj of Chih nhiia has had the effect of producut a pess mist c feeling News has just reached this citj of renewed activitv on the part of Inaurrecto bands to the south vvesi along the line of the United POWERST3 NOW IN CONGRESS NUMBER 153 MAY PUT PROBE INTO LORIMER'S WHITEWASH LaFollette's Resolution Likely to Uncover New Features and Result In Startling Plans Committee Change. FOEMEE DISTEICT ATTOENEY WHO IS TO .FILL JUDGE TAYLEE'S PLACE ON BENCH BULLETIN aning nnliss he abeiKed that ancib w ill i war i bill provides for the STARJOIRNAI BIREU
HOISE i _____ V April J 1 Brvan at Idbt reached the tthite House todaj hut not as president CONSPICUOUS MEN WILL BE FORCED TO TESTIFY AS TO LOEIMEE "SLUSH" FUND KANSAS CIT1 Mo April Star save It was a woman who took the se Jis ne inierr i cunties to the value of 000 from Langdon out of order the safe deposit box of Mrs S B Ar Smith co itn ic 1 w ith a strong ar mour m the New England National, fcl, bank and sold them She w-s 'pte thlt mlt entertalnius, and close to vvidovv lu lf fortv for the of the Ute parkei So fond had Mrs. Armour become of her and so satis fied she of the w >m n s business dbihtv thai, she bad mm Q hei an executor in her will bince the discovery the will hat, been changed The most remarkable thins about the disappearance an 1 salf 01 tne se curities fs the fact that fir as can he seen there has been no interrup- tion In the fi-Kimship of Armour for the voung woman The name ol the joung woman began circulatin" by word of mouth and in a banks and law offices it was heard Tradesmen b> the score know of tlu purchases and the reported pilfering of the Armour Strong box supplied the missing imk "One firm of brokers Is said to handled about Jsonflo wonh of the Btolen boiids All of them the voung woman brought to the offce prrsonal ly She represented tliat Afrs Armour the securities sold as soon ai When an attcm t was made tn get a on th" n IP tion thtip a r ish of meml ers for the exi s lint a call of the ho was demanded and escape pievnted The house refuse 1 to snsj call until duck ei had roindtd ip The rev enue cut th ovu o t t to 2f oilv three rep tblicans votint in the (Continuod on Pago 2) EXPLOSION OF BOMB EMPTIES N. Y. HOTELS YORK April from a score of the largest hotels of the city we-e sent scum ing to the streets o osaa nght that a fund of 000 had been T pro- The motion of the defense tor in strtiction to acquit was boa d on the LINCOLN Neb week, Cablnc T Rrv devo S .tuallv had been committed rei of the Insurance com not the president Judge was responsible preditorv" Vnterests He "declares "thTt is hurled Into the Wln street believing the democrats MMied case be sllccessful m the next presi a lengtny editorial to a warning to j the congress not to leave itself be betrayed into the hands of the Ship Capsized By Cyclone. MONOIsGAHBLA Pa, April T Three including two irom- i were drowned earlj today wliea small c) clone struck the steamer Henrv Laughlin m the Monoaga- hela nvei overturning it and send- ing it up to the bottom Eleven otaer members of the crew escaped bj swimming ashore ALL MAY BE DEAD BULLETIN Is Anotn< state s carefullv j cro s examination j0' 'to "PtMro de w n nk Won stated under national convention Brjan decl ires cioss tire tit ti nsui nice Hie time is not va ripe for selecting companvs account with the bank the piesidentul cmdhlaU but tint the was a fictitious one and that tt i n p i nm en Nd t P t Shor'lv x Or 1 !PI p a p stp-t ar i "it s i id Mis o-pr r a tlip statm to ste ro isban I vv i noq-117-d i f m" i s onpr ard then i sh r! bv t T n i it diwn 1 u; u tb coil w if tl e ont of 1 ikp co irtv Fridav rn nms tl-p pr w nt ro a roim In on t w r t i I c ipl liv rs. rhi n id( i seatul ot 1 roo i s a" 1 foml mmv t nus viich with the dp niptin o' the stolei Mis landeis when she annealed at the station "bursdav night wor> a silk ill S3 and other ap t in luding the Committee Says State Would Not Lose Over by Change ot Plans. i ip i tur 1 i i or t s p I c t at i_ht b the tin i (OIlVBlb 0 Ap il Senator fvi 1 chairn in of the senata n f 01 peniten'iarv introduced 1 1 that t e c r mi tee prepared "v hns for the purchase of a tun of not less than acres and trtctoi 'lereon of a rew prison not n crp than 000 000 en
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