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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               SANDUSKY MERCHANTS ARE USING THE STAR-JOURNAL'S COLUMNS THIS WEEK TO TELL ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL CREATIONS AND WHAT THEY SAY IS INTERESTING. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNES DAY, APRIL 12, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 157 CARNEGIE PEACE FUND AND THE DOGS OF WAR Senate Approves Bill For Non- Partisan Selection of Con- stitutional Delegates. LIQUOR QUESTION TO BE SEPARATE ISSUE Notable Victory Gained Over Reactionaries and Prospects Are Baseball. BULLETIN. COLUMBUS, Ohio, April BT a icte of 10 to 20, senate today refised to take the Vomit Telephone merger bill from the committee oil railroad and tele- graph where it has been resting (or two mouths. Senator Itader Hud JIoGuire led the tight against COLUMBUS, 0., April By passing the Green bill, with amend- ments, last evening, the senate not only took steps to provide for a settlement of the liquor question In Ohio, but gave evidence that the reactionary combine has been broken and that the demands of the governor for progressive legis- lation are to be heeded. Ihe bill was amended bo as to pro- vide-for-the non-partisan selection of candidates for delegates as welt as tlio non-partisan election ut the dele- gates. Tojd of Mahoning and An- drews of Ashtabula joined toe demo- crats' in this vote It was alfao amend- ed so as to pioude foi the separate submission of temperance amend- ments that may be pioposed to be made Bota sides on the liquor question to an amendment by which caudi'j Btes could be pledged to a sep- ai ate 'Submission of the subject. The amendment was offeied by Senator Green, '.i "dry." The pledge relates, ouly to tits question, of licensing the liquor traffic. License is all that the asking. ta what tie "drys" do not want. "Dry" leaders declared that they would fljrht in the house to amend the pledges so that they will piovide only submission of the liquor section sepaiate from the A few months ago Andrew Car- negle to hasten the cause of world-wide peace j Today military activities are in j evidence in the following places St. Petersburg: Russia mobiliz- j ing an army for the occupation of Chinese Turkestan in case China does not fulfill her recent promises. Madrid- Spam sending troops to Morocco to continue the Riff campaign and to warn France a- gainst any encroachment on Spain's authority. Canillas, Spam: Republic pro- claimed bj local citizens, after i fight with civil guard, In opposi- tion to burdensome taxes. Lisbon- Troops called to quell I mutinous marines at the naval arsenal Canton- Northern Chinese troops in lebellion ovei the action of the j Prince Regent in proclaiming him- self coininander-m-chief of the j army. Seveial killed in fighting j Constantinople- One third of j Turkey's available army engaged j in combating the Albanian lebels j and the uprising in the Yemen in Asiatic Turkey Piobalily hun- dreds killed in the fighting up to I date. Fez- City beseiged bv rebels j seeking the oveithiow of Sultan Mulai Hattd. Cettinje- Austrian and Montene- grin troops hovering on the Turk- ish frontier, presumabl) for a land grab in irase Turkev's Albanian and Aiabian campaigns end dis- astrously, i San Antonio- U S. aimy "man- euvers" in progress, lesulting from the discovery of intimacv between Mexico and Japan Mexicans not yet subdued. rest of the constitution. Senator Green and Lieut Gov. Klchols do not believe that the bill has, been "jobbed" and insist that the pledge form is fair. "Wets'" make no efforts to disguise their joj, and point to votes for the bill by who recently declaied non partisan feature. senators against the As passed by the senate, the Green Mil provides that candidates are to be dominated by petition only and that the election is to be ban-partisan ballot. on a scpaiate The statutory restriction that delegates may not hold any other public office was also re- pealed by an amendment offered by Btockwell. The Gieen amendment pro Yides that the candidate may 01 ma; not sign a statement to the effect that he will or will not vote for a separate submission of the question "Shall the sale of intoxicating: liquor licensed? Or shall the sale not be The expected attempt by republi- can obstructionists to combine vv ith democratic reactionaries in an effort to strike out the non-partisan election features failed. Todd of Franklin, corporation lawyer, attacked the Green plan as unconstitutional. The jolld republican- vote, with the ex )eptlon of of Lawrence and of Mahoning, stuck with him. bhnson, leader of Cox senators, en- eavored to hold Tod and Andrews V line. reactionaries were riven into line because they found iemselves in a minority. Cetone anc tollman voted for the bill only after jeir names had been called severe mes and enough "ave" votes record- Ito put the bill through the senate committee finally report- J out the Grosser bill for the initia- te and referendum in cities with (Continued on Page 2) Rebel Leader, it is Said, Is Considering Terms Agreed Upon. HIS FORCE MOVING NORTH PRESIDENT DIAZ HAS FLANS LAID 80 HE CAN LEAVE COUNTBY QUICKLY MOST SOLEMN SERVICE OF YEAR IN CHURCHES According to word from Mexico C ity. President Diaz has made prepara- tions for leaving Mexico quickly In case the occasion requires. He will go directly to the Gulf coast where h e will embark at Vera Cruz, probably for the United States, coast. His personal bodyguard will escort him to the Juarez Likely To Be Taken To- night, and Excitement Is Great, EL PASO, April to New York Grand Jury Returns Indictments As Result of Probe. NEW YORK, April least two men are to be charged with responsi- bility for the loss of 145 lives in the Triangle Shirt Waist factory fire of word received heie from Francisco March 25, the_ special grand jury hav- L ing returned four indictments agamot, Madero's camp, peace proposals have Harris and Maol Blanck, owners been made to him and are now being o( (.ne factory with manslaughter In considered. It is said these are the I the first and second degrees. The proposals agreed upon some time ago. j maximum Penalty ten Meantime Juarez is aflame with ex- P Blanck were arri citement citement today, todaj, following the ex- following the an- -ely. and after entering pleas of not guilty, were released under bail. The nouncement that G-en Madero's army indictments charge that the defend- of men will be at the gates of the ants are responsible for the deaths city tonight It is believed he will Of Rosie make an attack at once and as there are now onlj 750 federals in the city there is little question that he can take the city. Banks today rushed Schwartz, Grasso whose their funds across the Rio Grande this city and all women and child are also crossing to .seek under the American flag. and Margaret .....___ ____ charred bodies ere found on the ninth floor of the burned building. The district attorney hopes to Fight on Denman is Begun By Coal Operators' Who Pre- fer Charges STAB-JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building WASHINGTON, April gressman Anderson has introduced i bill for the purchase of a site and erecting a public building at Bucyrus It calls for an appropriation of 000. He has also introduced a bill t  ,thev solemn ridllb HIIKdUy UllUei tVdy lU.prajers, the adoration of the cross and procession from the repository followed by the mass of the presanc- tified. The last service of Ihe week, prior to the great festival of Easter, is Holy Saturday. From early no mass was said on that d  instruments Wh'an some of the wounded died from gangrene as a result of operations with pocket knives he was threatened with death on the charge of poisoning men. He finally was forced to go to Culi- acan to cash checks which insurrec- tos had extorted from citizens. His wife was held as hostage until his re- turn. He complained to the governor of Sinaloa, according to statements from Culiacan, but got no assistance ren Ttf Denman is expected to fight the door with the bolt shot, was MINERS' STRIKE ORDER FORMALLY RESCINDED shown the jury. A special benefit matinee for the aid of fire sufferers at the Metropoli- tan Opera House realized Would Limit Skyscrapers. PARIS, April As the result of the recent skyscraper factory fire in New York, that cost the lives of 145 workers, a campaign is being waged back. in Paris to limit the height of build- memoria ings. I "Let us writes I ii> "that the disastei i1 a "I as a brake upon the movement to going higher and higher with these skyscrapers, the only original archi- WOS'T HOJfOR PIEHOE CONCORD, N. H., Apiil memory of Franklin Pierp" Hth pres- ident of the United Stale-, and the onlv son of New Hami-lare to attam- that office, will not honored by the erection of a etatiie bv order of the present legislat .re. The senate killed the house bi'l providing for such a COLUMBUS, April execu- tive committee of the United Mine Workers of America today rescinded the order from President Tom Lewis for the strike of 10 "00 miners in east- weatern Pe'lislyvania, tlement ern Ohio and_ in order to foi strike in the Tuscarawas field. Many of the miners did not obey the strike order am1 ed to wr >re who did have return- President White, of the there importations of NEW YORK, April 12 to be the only survivor of the Fort Sum- fight which began the civil war 50 years ago todav, General Roger Atkinson Prjor, aged 83, today ob- served the anniversary by entertaining on that account. It is impossible for this reason to estimate what the dif- ference will amount to by patting them on the free list The offering of these bills as cau- cus measures will not stand in the way of immediate Introduction of tbe three important lection of senators, publicity before e- lection of campaign contribution and statehood for Arizona and New Mexico. These are not to be treated as caucus measures but will come in as party bills and will be taken up for action as soon as they can be report- ed from their respective committees. Another caucus is to be held to de- bate the revision of the wool and cot- ton schedules to be taken up In Uw house following the passage ot the reciprocity and free list bills. Seeking particularly to Inquire whe- ther Attorney General Wlckeraham has any "outside employment" which would disqualify him from his cab- inet position, Representative Ralnej- of Illinois introduced a resolution de- signed to open the way for a thorough investigation of the department of jus- tice. Freedom of speech is guaranteed civil service employes under the terms of a bill introduced by Senator Jones of Washington. If this law is enacted it will not be an offense punishable by dismissal without a hearine for clerks respectfully to else the administration of where they may be employed. The democratic members of on for over a year. tectural duced cretion America has pro- DEFENDS DONNELLY SIOUX CITY, la., April two companions standing on the shore bowerless to save him, Gustav P. Ben- son was drawn by quicksands be- neath the surface of a pond just Boutb. of McCook, near here. Denies Treaty Story. MEXICO CITY. April dor Wilson emphatically denied the' story published a couple of days ago! in a New York newspaper and under a Mexico City dateline stating that the reason for President Taft's action in sending the troops to the Mexican border was to forestall a treaty which was being negotiated between Japan ator Dean, a warm friend of Judge Michael Donnelly of Napo leon, will fight the attempt to Ira- peach him. Senator Dean claims he has interviewed enough sena- and Mexico wherebv Japan was to se-1 tors to convince him that the sen- cure a coaling station on the Mexican I ate will not agree to any impeach- coast W. S. Kenyon, Progressive, Named as Dolliver's Succes- sor on Eve of Adjournment TAPTS PRESS BUREAU BOOSTS RECIPROCITY STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU the fact? Munsey Building, i At rather frequent intervals outgiv- WASHINGTON, D. C. April 12 ings fiom the press bureau arc dis- The administration now has a procity press bureau m full swing It is tributed by messenger among the ac- credited corespondents in Washington. Was Paid For Return of Child And Now Lynch- ing is Threatened. LAS VEGAS, New Mexico, April 12. Rogers, who today confessed to kidnaping the son of A. P. Rogers, tts brother, who paid for the lad's return, and Joe Wiggins, form- convict, who took part in the kid- gaping, will be spirited away to Dante- Fe some time today. Every pesalble precaution is being taken to tafa-guaM the men but it is believed ibat unless they are gotten out of town before night fall the jail will be itemed and the men lynched. The lent who has this task in charge is a a novel institution and is based on the i In this way the president does not Idea that publicity is alvvavs a prime seek to bias public opinion in favor of factor in aiding a good cause. Presi-' the Canadian reciprocity lesisla- dcnt Taft has demonstrated repeated-1 tion before congress He simply is h that he is not afraid of publicitj. I trvine to put the real facts before the; Hie courts it He wants even body country and to disabuse the public! to know exactly how reciprocitv with mind of false and mistaken ideas that j Canada would affect the people of the i the enemies of rpciprocitj have been United States The administration rec- endeavonng to inculcate, iprocitv press bureau is organized to por example, there has been a most disseminate such information. persistent and concentrated effort to In charge of the press bureau is a create the impresfion that the newspaper correspondent in whom the can fanner is getting badlv- worsted president has the utmost confidence. jn the administiation's reciprocity ne v neEottatlnz to settle hu old army frlends- !t was General ?hl TnV-ua strike wMch has been I m Charleston in which the strike which has been he Vlrgima from the 1 union as soon as the first blow y, as that caused the ultimatum to be sent to the commander at Fort e I Suniter and the consequent firing on the fort. THE WEATHER. Forecast" Rain tonight anf" Thursday, warmer tonight. Temperature at 7 a. m, 46 de- grees. Temperature one year ago to- 40 degrees Sun rises Thursday at a m., and sets at 6 08 p m (stand- ard time 1 SEEKING A PARDON, MURDERER ESCAPED BEAVER, Pa, Hickman, under April Charlos sententv of death (Continued On Page SID Sued For Divorce, Mrs. Flor- ence Marshall Bartlett Also Placed in Cell Sued for divorce Monday by husband. Joseph B. Bartlett of Hu- Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today, 18 miles east at 11 45 a m for murd-ring his wife and whose ap- ron. Mrs. Flossie B. Bartlett, other- known 
                            

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