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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio NOW HONESTLY, MR, CURTIS, PONT YOU THING THE MAHAU BLOCK RUINS SPOIL THE BEAUTY SPOT OF SANDUSKY, WASHINGTON PARK? THE SANDUSKY S TAR -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YtAS SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRILS, 1911, LAST EDITION FORMER MAYOR JOHNSON, OF CLEVELAND, SINGLE TAXER, DISCIPLE OF HENRY GEORGE, AN DA DEMOCRATIC LEADER. DYING TODAY NUMBER 154 More Than Seventy Bodies Al- ready Taken Out of Blazing Mine Tunnel GOVERNMENT RESCUER FORFEITED OWN LIFE Disaster The Worst In Mines Thus Far This Victims Foieigners, MI D1SISTIKS. _______ 4 IFB Mllrd fcj ex- plosion lit Tr iildad, ol UlHfH In at Virginia ami Gil- bert, nun. 3HRCH die in cxplos- ion at Mineral, has APRIL eighty killed at Throop, fire. SCR4NTON Pa Aniil total 71 bodies had this, morning been j taken fio-n the Pmcoast mm" at Ifliojp wnere vveie killed ves I t ida when the mine caught fire At least half a dtweii more bodies arc bencved still to be inn the mine Of bodies taken out 45 hue betn identified On- of the first bolips recovered that of Joseph B. Evans foreman "i the go einment rescue cai who -JTJt-his-hfc in tile first rescue work 1 e had attempted sino becoming con i icted vi Ith the government His met was defective The men wei- caught like lats in a t IP The most of them -were foreign Uo p m (standard tun I Maximum wind velocitv for "4 hours ending at nooi todav _0 miles cist at 10 odjok Salurdav morning Lengthy Report and Many Allegations Against Commission- ers And Auditor Cause Big Stir And There May Be a Contest Over Publication. Officials Under Fiie Say Statement Simply Rehashes Old Mattel s And Is Based Entnrely On Technicalities- Court Actio i Possible, Yount Intimates Some Action If Report In Hands of Dean Is Not Offered. B. L TAX BILL BEATEN Plan Undet Way Foi Big Deni- onstiation In Suppoit Of Gov, Harmon's Demands COLUMBUS O April "Vount author of the telephone merg bill declared todav that there would be something doing Mondav niirht if the committee on railroads and telegraphs fails to report the telephone bill Li i I The committee at i las JOnnSOn UnCOnSCIOUS Tuesday voted to leport the tele phone bill out The leport was sign ed bj all the menibei-, of the com mittee The repoit was then pliced in the hands of benator Bean chan man of the committee Senatoi sajs that he his rot as jet been nole to get the repoit out of the hinds ot chairman Because of the defect of the Biuce boulevard bill it now loons as if there is no chan e foi i modlftec Fulton Dean wet cities bill to go and Has Probably Spoken His Last Word. _ were burled in the wet culm as if they had died trving to the gases and Intense heat Then others found The bodies were carried to the foot of the shaft and stacked up m piles Jn the narrow space to be out later so that some of the horror of the spectacle would tv> hidden from the Bight of the distracted wives childien and other relatives of the victims who thronged the mouth of the shaft borough officials deputy pa trolmien and a squad of the state con- stabulary were summoned fiom Pek- trille thiee miles awav to tike care of the crowds There was no violrnce although April Lnited States I plonl CALEXICO Mexico vasion of. Mexico by tioops is considered practica comes Tord amToday aTaTult ff? that what declared to be hi, uK, for death tain today as a ol the raids bv matum on tho miestio, of was dropped mto a coniato Mexican the ranches of John Oti other Americans Five hundred Unit ed States troops have been ordered to GroEsmont and they are now there TO8 wll ,o undei arms expecting oiders to cross DrcSident -ind ,f u, into Mexico The raiders have seized Prc81dent and lf m FAREWELL TO HIS FAMILY Patient Bieathes With Diffi- culty And Mirror Test Is Necessary at Times. CLEVELAND, 0, April L Johnson is not expected to live through the day He was still alive late this afternoon but slow ly sinking He has been uncon scious for nearly all of the past twenty four hours Once it was necessarj to resort to the mnror tost to determine if theie was still life but a little later the pa uent revhed slightlv Mui muring a last faiewell to his wife he relapsed last night mto a benu conscious state to aw.ut death I He bade farewell to all his lanill} The end mav come at anv moment I am through talking I wish I could go to sleep the patient said Mis attendant as his daughter lef in, room That sentence marked Tom Tohn son s finai stu render From then on he acted as i ic w ere nee he and aft ie to pn it T. a? While lublHLuuj that PrtsMent Diaz tell whether there vv JuTI life m the retire and the countr be given a bodv election willing to resign thousands of dollars worth ol live stick and other property on the ranches With bullets flying about managers of the Cudah; ranch won a lace with the international ladero said he provisioral would al to se them in an rebel boun was feared theie might be some dls orderly demonstration on part of the automobile cavaln to dan The chase followed the looting of ler at the Cudahv ranch bv Stanley Wll Crltchfield To Investigate Death The pitiei t 1 a gitat deal of trouble t n Each hieath comes with i-i ul ilthough It wag cold i t ht windows in Air John were -wide open that he n i" all the air that could be sccuie' WASHINGTON D C April te of the fact that the state depait- COUNT WOMAN MAYOR Sp nient was t nited jesterdaj notified States Consul X 1 Tanii ico the New that Jereev G W capital OUT; SHE'LL CONTEST liams men The Americans on the! st who was shot near his ranch at ranch learned of Wi design and (or ___ Kas S winning the mavoraitv in i _........, ni- VL uGsifiit rtiiu ruvLrtlll MUI1U1V WOlld recOV er the fiffht Mis VA'ilsoJl Ins hpo friends of the foreigners among thejsUited for the Ameiiean line Ihe department vvis todav notified that out and her certificate of electior lrebe c'naln m lot purqmt trlMl Cntchfleld had die! of his 01 i to her ojnonent O M AkeS The cofflervig owned and operated various wavs to mike shoit cuts and The t mted States has ordeied a full prompt action howeu-i mav auditor before approNal commissioners Auditor drew warnnts m f ot himself for law Commibsioneis cuclcat, m of sheep Uainio s made iHet a udigea for ditch fees Alleged they recened pay on occasions when th" were absent, aipordmg to the rec- ords made ditch fet U iigfc> toi udji, when In leguiar session nwile chdigcb when attending to rfier business Some eirois itnpropei pointed out The filing Saturday moimng w ith the clerfc of courts and the coootr auditor of the leport of the committee appointed to examine the report ot the commissioners foi the jear ending 4ug when Auditor Dast and Commi'.sioners Riegei 31 1910 caused a big "stir Hied) and Oswald learned of Its contents. The repoi' which was submitted Examiners John K. Bragg and H. E Moatgomerj ind Piosecutmg ittomev Hart holds commissioners repoit to be a faults one and fuither charges the county commissioneis with pooi business pollcj In awaidnag some contracts Other contracts are held to be illegal js aie a number of charges, in- cluding mans commissioners ditch feea CINCINNATI O April For pnc tic-ill} the first time since Boss Cox w-is indicted for periun i lull his occurred in the fight to keep him from being: bi ought to tri i! asret nient The commissioners are a roused the iepoit which the) si> does, them injustice Thev as sert that thev will ipproie ot tie Itgil publication of the leport in ts pie eat foim as the ne gyue back m Hi 11 report and o ered a period extniined oils committee The (ommissionei-, it would be a needless and sense ess waste of to lor the mblicatlon of the lolum nous iepoit ?hoj s-li the counh exdiuuieib attempted to go or oimei proseuitois of the and he state examineis ions the coiumissiouci s and auditor the} have b ui ommlssionei s allege mat tlie report bit of hen Iioseculoi Hart flled the re Hirt with Auditor Best Satuidiv iiis; there wis an explosion Tne ommissioiierB and auditor went alt ei the proserutor and took issue will j him on inam of the contin lo i o those signed th> rci Pro-.eeu I toi Hdit stood his giotud arguing that he w lor the statutes uudci which the com mittee made its findings Hither Slid thit th( exaniiuei-s should haM1 I n al lowed to come into t-hp iimito of lice to dik up ild u-cords Plan About Worked Out For Congressional Redistnct- ing Of Ohio. mont Man Would Succeed Anderson, but Latter Laughs, Hire tdv been examine i was tod iv reiched betuef i all par up >n bv count ccmmi iru tics to tike no furthei i tion until Mm 1 sul all the supie-nc (ourt disposes of the quol'ountv luditoi voi warranto proceedings brought bv Piosecutor Hunt challenging the ac tion of Hunt in nnimnn Judge Dickson to trv the. case fins mo tion will oome up before the supreme court Mondav but it is not hkeiv a decision will be rendered for sever thiown Bi ind M n Its i lotten i ioit I itiK lonei Ridv til st euumiu! Othei eomnillt vvoik m SIMLA India April has just been received here of the massacre of Assistant Admin istrator Williamson of the Lak himpur district and of Dr Greron son and, forty eight coolies The massacre was committed by the Abor tribesmen and an exoedition has been out against ..-.i onus >VKIC decision will tie rendered dnwn to decide the tie ind Mrs W II al divs or a week at least sou won The made their re turn to snov hei election and placed the ballots m an envelope which was WASHINGTON A.pr.1 8-According the thirb-sevcn votes cast sixteen 'C" Hunnewcll council met to the c-mocrabc leaders the flght "omg t. ,tor Benjamin r Shiveiv Thursdav night the bal otTw ro me, the of Sena or Martin of of Indiana who wa, th n elected vice en from the envelope and ronntcd as ch iirmau of the demo chairman Senator E n Chilton ot again In this count thev assert Ak I cratic c nfcrenc has definite Virginia was elected secietarv ers was elected bv one vite 1> that a nijonti of the 'bo caucus the last two named 41 deiuo-iatic senators aie progress having been fll'cd by acciama ncnniiivx ives at least 22 01 2 of them lia mg tion Senator Owen declined a ie UKflvULl HI MM Hi SFFD come out openiv on that side in the election as secretary I MCTORIA B C April S Rev j flght Thest with the republican pro rfre expected Ion In the senate will it is be levelop Pr or to the tie church Brojklvn was sued lievel give that element the upper giessne den ocrats met m the hand in the tlu-> session (tontmied Oti Pme TWO HUNDRED DIE IN ALABAMA MINE BIRMINGHAM Ala, April government rescue car is being rushed to Littleton 3o miles, from here where 200 convicts are reported to IKTB been killed in a m.ne explosion Piacticalh al! of the men m the t..v.n D C April S contest did not Nevell Dwisht Hills pistor of Plv develop Pr or to the tie pro- niouth church vv-- giessive den ocrats met in the office Elwald Hods ou a )f to canvass the situ I mining e igmeer...... Martir r. c ived twentv one out of auon numVr found themselves' ir an emtarrassms pooitioi because a- of p edires rrade manv weeks ago that itction the WANT YOUR NEIGHBORS TO KNOW YOUR TAXES? W D. Itlton chairrnn of the federal rela- not lesponsitle tton3 louiiiutte o' the Ohio legislg- tmt V il'idin Bfto s-cretarv of the committp I hii It clerk of the 011 ho e ot representatives and Mitt Htpi atutitm Dav of Ross comtv ill o'wrju soent the greater lit of v-t-sten'iv m coiifereues C s n oil c'tm >cratic congress. n H (n !hn rsdistnctm? i r4io conference thia iiinn I iric'i illv kuded that 'Hood n O c unties will be added to C i iJ i n i r in district aiH iw ithem counties will be d op I nj to the st >rv told hera n itoi n in is insisting on Ottawa coiniv I tin, idl d to the thirteenth at 1 h is rt> i us a candidate to u ed H on The latter iansheij t ihe sue ts tin and said it was a joke The two ire not verv fnend.- th li iv e "l C 1 la co i t has 11 foi 31 'is ik b have finish d 111 ir 1 iv s I ahva s Banner mine were convicts except the bosses The mine is owned In the Pratt Consolidated Coal Co which refuses to make an> statement It itnown howoM Mter wan taiied bj the ignition g. s pocket o' this cltv that the tie vould supjort Mr Marti i fo mino t was de id-1 tint the progressives shciild vo c foi Senator Nev ands of Ntvac1! a Senators Culberson of and Stone of both de j clined to become The i an was changed m caucus however it was learned Mr Shhelv who was the vice chairman under the leadership of Senator Monev during the last congress would not object to receiving the complimentary vote of would not vote for Mr Martin Sfveril o' thf progressives after their conference conceded that Mr I hum i land B Hilils received 0 Reircl -entitive LauRdon of U irren comtv I Tpubhcin floor leader i a j plin ot pubhcitv in connection with the ret irn of i ersoual fr ertv fori taxation is i means of securing fulii _........ returns under the one per e-Mit tix' COP! lands on Gia I hmlt He flx t thlt ictoria foi wor h of 1 stork in the nstern steel corporation well as ilteed to be ten tb it is alltgrd tl it is COl M I rt f ,1 I mire than Hodgson was forgit- t (Continued on Page 6) JUDGE DONNELLY WILL BE TRIED ONCE MORE >.APOMXy( 0 Aipril Jadje Michael rxnnelly charged with embezzling from the Old Anchor Co will face another tiial The i irs in thc'pies em case disagreed after being out all last night one would know just what his neieh bor is, re timing as his personal prop ertv val lotion I I anpdons plan is to provide for printing of lamphlets to be miiUdi to ever) propertv owner returning! 1 ersonat for tax ition These would show just what personal p op- ertv tales had been paid 1 o secure the necessary funos Langdon woiiid abolish the print'ng in new papers of the tax levy advertisements These cost the counties of the state a vear altogether Tjangdon s idea be incorporated nto a bill H bclieres siitn a bill night be passed now that legis the imiwitance of bring Ten denociatic districts i s red the new redist-icttns with It u re iMican or doubtfll I t m ft p or six of which 1 i cunt will have even better than r h i is rhm t fost and Claypoo! 11 1 e ut in the district ion o mtics nd a Iding Wytndot Ut (-rawloid now in the thirteenth, Ki Anderson has _ dueeu i bill grintmg pensions to 1 one who seivtd hO In tlM 1 cm or 11 dns in the civil ww, tus reat bed the age of nitty-two f and who was honorably 4lNfeM from ei her the amty or mny. bill a gndvatiaf MMk pension as follows tt _ month yesrs MO i years over tM. amends the act of April It to relieve the i KHUIO HID wi "iiufi iu relieve me wioowv Ing out personal proyoru far Uxatloa the Mexican and eMI
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