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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               Section 1 to 10. 18 Pagcs Today THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1911 LAST EDITION NUMBER 159 STOP BA1TLE BUT No Actual Crossing of Border Except by Commander Who Induced Surrender. GREATEST VICTORY OF THE REBELS TO DATE Three American Spectators Killed and Nine Wounded By Bullets of Forces, IOWA SENATOR COMES OUT FOR RECIPROCITY DOUGLAS, Ariz, April though no actual invasion of Mex too took place yesterday by Caot Gu a jot and the First United States cavalry, it was their inter vention frorr the border between tills city and Agua Pneta that ended a bloody battle between the Mexican federals and insur- rectos and resulted in the cap ture of Agua Pneta by the msur rectos Capt Guiijot lined his men up on the border and ordered the Mexicans to ceise firing as their bullets were fh ng into AIHPI can territory and I Hing and wotndu g Americans The 01 Jer was uttira.iteh obej ed and G iiot finall ci cosed the Mexican riei and Induced the fedei ii on to surrendei to tht i necto commander Ihe eaptuie oF Vgua Pi eta by the ni-irre tos is todaj conceded to be 1 he ic ton they e won Three Americans ere killed and nine o nd t! bj the bi 1'ets from the bat tie aciocs into American err ton 411 of the Mexi m fedeials rushed to the line and nlaced untlei the piotection of tie were dis si met! b> Capt Gaujot and his cav aln ard aie todaj being held as pi of The gues the tos complete control o: tie lailuav and the "tate of Senoia Alam bullets fell into Douglas as. the ri-bol Hrce of the southwest fliPdi into noitheast Douglas, the' Ilvf Cries of Ma- dero were adopted b the Americans BS it was feared the federals, might fire on the Ameucan customs house Twenty minutes after the battle be KS.II a squad of rebels took their sta- tion at the American customs house and fii from a distance of ten feet from the sightseets Thousands of Americans rushed to the line but as the fir SENATOR CUMMINS, OP IOWA. Serious Allegations Made In Connectron-Wlth York Senatorial Election. Ultimately Free With Canada is to Be Desired, Says Cummins. NEW YORK April 14 Coluni ditches Vbout Pfteen minutes aft-i YORK Apul When the r-pw legisiatuie convenes next i ni is ejected that an invest, gatlon wl11 at once De ordered of the Premier Lanrier of Canada and the firing on the tiwn began the wholesale charges that attrmpts were others advocating the Canadian reci headoi arter of the blew madp to bribe demociatic legislators Procity treaty iip with a tenifit report It is not to vote for w s bneehall the Tami Reciprocitv in the eves of Senator mown wither a rebel bullet struck mnAlfldte fo, L S senator As Cl ls merely one aetal'. tie at the hoadqnarters nianv oanaidate toi L b senator As a MceSBar, detai, Of the policy which where dvnamite WHS stored bemblyman H H Hollm in is declared he thinks mn) rendei criminal trusts or the fe-'eials up the magazine to have been offeicl for his innocuous and bring prices down to to prevent the supplies ,ote and genitor and consumer while not decreasing J ruedman are de- WASHINGTON April 14 -An offl- P llow Ms to hMTlh some cial dispatch received todav bj Gen p A too hghtlv upon others Senator Wood denies the report that the First Ass-inbljman Henn A Hollman ot Cummins is a strong believer in the United States cavalij late vesteidav Na'siu it is alleged w as off ei cd theorv that reciprocitj with Canada invaded Mexico at Agua Piieta to put (IM lf he TOte for William F will be a long step in the right direc a stop to the battle between the feder- Sheehan foi Lnited States senator and tion als and the insuirccto cavalry later JOO it he would enter the merelv Uned up on the border The demociatic. machine caucus two Canada di'D-tch confirms the report of the a> and suppoit tattle J and 16 wounded not given 12 klIM the hen Muiphj favonte Another The federal is I hclieve it is wise to deal with in an agreement separate from our agreements with other na tions of the world said he for reasons chief of -which of course is important details we aie reallv one country Geo SenAtoi Pwnklm D Roosevelt lea- j graphically but an imaginary line di legislatoi it is said (100 to desert the in ingcnts comlnni and support Sheehan Juarez in Panic As _ dc, of lt lg 3tated was Hebel Army Al riVeS, hls cnolce of place but1 the St Laurence reallv are links an- OT A i 11 I dPnioudtip state tick- not devidmg barriers We snould I PL PASO Tex Apul et next jeai and assuied if IP would am a tariff the sudden appearance today before move coant> to New, SentTith Dommion drawn nmtt J.arez of 3000 msurrecto, believed to York that lie oojld have anvthmg po- mdependenth ofour T th be under command of General Ma nticailj rnanciam o, a all other na ions and modened in a tllat Tanlman, Hall to flt the detalisVthe could Harold J It seems to me that this Friedman of it is said was ls obvious and the reallr smprismir offered a. mimicipal court justiceship thmg tllat lt ,Jg not 50 J ''nd long long ago The conditions gov ernmg production m almost everv dero. General Navarro in command of the limited fedeial garilson is rushing to complete the defense for the city Theie now seems hut lit- tle question that Madero will at once attack The entne ntj is in a panic n today and the populalion by the tho sands is streaming actoss the river to this citv General Navarro has been petitioned not to go out and Tneet Madeto for fear the citv will be looted in his absen b and the defense will probablj be made fiom the roofs of the houses and entireties Advices from Chihuahua sav that piece emissanes sent to General Ma- derc returned unsuccessful Madero refused to accept the terms offered claiming thev are nothing moie than promises already nude THE WEATHER. Foiecast coolei tonight ivlth fitist fan lenipeiature at 7 a m 41 dt veav Temperature one degrees fcun rises Situidav and sets at i 10 p time) wind lor 21 houis endm, u n KIU lit miles northwe t at 20 Tiidav moininii NEAR FIST FIGHT; Speaker Vming. Failing In Ef- fort To Pass Measure, Has Heart Attack. CLASHED WITH A SENATOR Later Apologized for Language Used in Heat of Debate on Floor, COLt'MBlS 0 Api'l Shernnn S Deiton made a bee line 'or the ofhce of Speaker mmg terdas when the words that the speak used of him in 1m snee h on th? school book bill weie lepoited to him and meeting him in the hall leading :o the speakers room struck at hm tnice but did not reich him a :rowd began to gathei at once and Speaker Vmmg hnrned on into hi private office Deiton accompanying nm and shut the door You thought j on d get me in here :o lick me didn t jou' Deaton ms ieird to sav Sergeant at aim1 Melchmc ran up and cleired the cor ndor lust then Speaker Vining threw open the dooi and was seen offering clears to Senator Deaton and his brother U S G Deaton of Toledo v. ho accompanied him The trouble v as all over Speaker in ng offering to apologize again for whit he said about at the afternoon session o: the house which he did What the speaker did say of Dei on v, as he is a dirty moral coward ie did it at a point m his speech on NOTED STAR PITCHER, ADDIE JOSS, IS DEAD TOLEDO O April Joss star pitcher of the Naps died at ?n early hour nis morning of tubercular meningitis Although Joss had been seriously ill for s-veral days it u-> not at any time thouoht h s il'ness would re suit fata ly He was 31 years old and leaves a and two chil dren lo---, was fii v pi i! so isoil-. Ihe i in i tl o l ivplind cl ill He was i in hci i of ovnit no hit -lanirs md ot one cii t n uhi h no 'nttcr leai-he) menu n oniv taun-, him in nin Phi-, the z ime w the i liu a, i h te m 1 tov dims; tl numnnhlo netk and m.k nni h ol ih Titrer Nips and p toi !h ears old Denman Thompson was born in Beechwood Guard Pa First Democratic Reform Mea- sure Passed and Debate Be- gun on Publicity Bill. WASHINGTON' April 14-The house todav began an debate on bill requiring publicits of cam- paign contributions before elections Half a dozen amendments have alrea- on Oc d; been offered Up to 3 '0 Friday afternoon, the jury in the Surrusca murder case had not reported or asked for any addit onal instructions 1 Opinions varied as to the possibil- ity of a verdict but there was no mfon at on as to how the jury stood il 11 listening to five hours of sol- id eni pnd heai ns the charite ot Juige Re 1 the jurv n the case ot lo cpa sur-us a indicted for sec- ond F, et PHI- f its de- lu 11 on at 11 n Fndu mom ng o rev-. ThuiMi-a morn ng ccn fine ulv ted il a the would lea h t' e ju v m the af emoon tke urdereat i ?ted the length cf tl en a sramentb and tbe Mifn th of their vocal organ- pn one- became more nerv- OH-, about hL resuu of the trial as tae e d giew nen and collapsed riunng tbe addresses of the attoruevs rftenoon He olaced his ilc1-1' 11 h b aims on one of tbe trial I tiblto dmns the aisument or Atto-- I nev Cue m and acted so queerl, ttat i ound him he ame alarmed auirtisca be was just a little sick. VH ui i i le aueinoon he hi-, lip-, aid muttering witu- out mal ing any inte'ligible sonad It was ippaient that the 3hOvk oc- bj the fight and tne subse- quent confinemeu and the strain of aiiMoh ns to hi-, file was too much j for tho little In ap i Piostcutmt; Hart, in his j concise addiess to tbe claimed j that statt has made a clear caso, as charged m the indictment Attor- "W F Gnerm tor the defense, nith an eloquent r He rev ewed in detail tbe stones I told bj the different as to the part taken in the fight by An- thonv Ston ce tbe dtad man and tha tober 1-, 1833 His parents were the Evcrv member of the Oi'io deVea descendants of old colonists who had me uuo oe ega-1 defendant He pronounced the storr tlon democrats and republicans went told bv Surrusca as oeanng the ear- settled at Swanzev N H and to that quaint old village thej retuined with on record in fivoi of the Ruckor res- Denman when he had reached tie] olution for the duect election of sena- age of fomteen Young Thompson tois except Nicholas Longworth, who went to the district school at Sw inz v and attended Mt Caezar Smmnrv n Cmcmnatl Representative McDermott of the stock sards district in Chicago tbo the neighbonng tuwn several wmtei The rest of Ihe time he vvoiked on ftock, 5drds in Chicago tha the old Thompson homestead helping >e to oppose thp i esolutlon adiiri ss declai p his father in farmme and at his I bc The feeling ot his have to prove w maiks of truth and decll-ed that Paul Multav ich the pal of Storuce, was a comrdh perj irer Multarich, when on the stand for the pro- sec ut on tint Snnusca was the tgsressor in the fight Ritter in bis adiinss declaied the state woull i-iiuei iu ririiiing ana at nis var n u-c uraui niis caused ous trades Denman was to be a cir against him is bitter JIc- bv Snirusca if anv death was caused, penter but he became restless anV the ad- When he bad leached ;eventecnth JThoC mm 6u iu nutiuii iu ot-eiv his fortune Tlll> i 'vote ot -It, to IS Equipped with a new buit of clothes I P4ssul tlle resolution propobing a con and several of mittens stitution il amendment for tin, r and several pails of mittens stockings voting Thompson started 'or Boston direct St Hes smitors I This is the first of the democratic pro- j sututlon u amcndm I election of I nited The fust job he obi lined' llllslstht' first of the democratic pro- is i fore-nei of i los tjpe th a ciicus where he hid measuros P isscd bj tin house "himed t nt the tact that the defen- there was with a cncus where he li id !'T b> hl charge of the banners aW3 noies bs a ntmo..ratio phalanx mid" out He said th U the dead man went under-ssv eral r in He d dared that Storuce and Ins eoinpimon atncked Surrusca for purjioses of lobben Pro ecuting Hart in his elos ng Surrusci fore-nei of i los tjpe m charge of the banners and" poles rode n the opening pageant and aftet some practice took his place among .hirtv or more acrobats and tumblers Aftei the circus had finished "ts season, Thompson obtained a posi it dant went a lo ult d levolver and went through without inodifn ition and with a spe d that brought protests from the republicans The resolution is the house appiov- MJOE3E the form of res- C A APPOIMFO olution renorted out of the sennto in- HrrUllll I tU i kaife showed ki id ot a man he was aiid5nd leTousv was, the motivo tor t'n alle.ed mine uiuLiuii 11 yurieu OUL ot uii; senate ju- aon as supernumerary on the stage of dieiary committee in the t losing davs Howard Athenaeum and assisted shoving the scenerj about when Char otte Cushman plaved Ladv Macbeth Then he got a job is dooi keeper (Continued On Page LLIfJOIS MAN WANTS WICKERSHAM PROBED the last congress Those who 01 posed the resolution on the final vote were union Mann, Him ois Danforth Malbv New lork Dodds Foldnej McMorran I Mtehigan Harris Livvrenci Mc( all Massachusetts Hinds ilamp Sullott iv New llampshtit I ttti Rhode Island Illinois LIBRARIAN OF STATE HANDS ARE HELPLESS, DICTATES HIS POEMS SAY BOLTON KNEW OF PLOT TO LYNCH MT April jur> in Ihe case of L J Bolton charged first degree murder in connection with the hnchmg of dr> Detfctnp Ether was t-iken to Neu irk to the scene of the rime The tak ins of testimom wis postponed till H his been conceded in the tml that Bolton took no part in the hnchmg but it s allnaed the plot for it eoncocted in his siloon and with his knowledge COIlMBlb 0 "tut hoia v comirission at its ntt etui- iatt afternoon re- move I Mite Iitiruiin Charles B and ipioirted in hif> plate J H n in it inn countv New- man has been first i hief assistant fire mil i of i t ite tor tune Ubieati na-- bet i state librarian foi II veais hiving dten appointed the lite I, veinoi Bushnell His lu m ib m mibi ma countj The litttaiiui iio d-- tpfiure at the tin o t (o nn is i i and has qi h i t i n C, ilbrt.it "is record UK i uiHci Th hauge it, pinch il There are four democratic members of each of these committees Renre- senUUve s d-'mocwtic colleagues (Sostiautd oo Page Nile) James Riley, the Indi ana poet who has been confined to his bed for several months with pa raUsls, is in a very serious condition Ue has the use of his hands and is compelled to dictate his poems It feared that he recover. ANDERSON NOT SURE HE'LL BE CANDIDATE Special to the Star Journal WASHINGTON A-pr 1 resentat.ve Andarson said today that he had oeen miequoted in re gard to apportionment legislation He said that Ke still insisted that he would be willing to give up any county In his dictnct to assist Gen Sherwood "I don't know 1 care to run for congress said Mr An dcrson "If the people of the dis tnct would hke for m etc run I do so but if they prefor other congressman I will not diMntit Tied." REP H.TRAJMEY Seeking partk ilarh to inquire whether Attoinev General icknr sham has any outside emplovnient whch would disquaKfy him foi his cah net portion Reirnentative Rainev of I'linois has iniioduce.l a resolution designetl Jo open the wayi for a thorough investigation of ttH department of justice Rainet ha1- attacked the depart meat of just'ce before as i member of the mmontj m the house but now he appeals to congress nith bis own pitrty la control houses 5111! t lit 1 t ni i in th ix on the Bur- blown into the V i d a nti tn lliutin Ml -is- Ihe 1 r> in MlM Pllbll sob also in tie Noi h Knd i d du-ing the stoi m One ktlli d ind hne injuied at Reserve Kan a vil- 1 in tho no tborn par' of tbe state Mr" Fred Storo was kille 1 htr house collapvd The wind was so se- Uednesdn for WlY that It stripped the clothing frjm was in the gale ind five i In fog until UK 11 least uen i d r ibn met death n f ikt the sthooner Ot i is tc td on Rank north of here nn o tud acQ I k MHliiuin The Ottawa v, in t srloontr to mike a trip this ind 10 s i le first to be wrecked HI th 11 u m inne st ISQQ on thg (.1 sit I lives Mid UK tr of the schooner rp. muud on bm-d rttr ni k tne retf none ned hn schooiur stnicK no LT cren took at once to ths j, olin ia iioh which was used in re of the orlimri oired wha'a hunch went two 1 oit letmth-' before it capsized la th" surf and ill on board f'rowned bodies hare been washed 1 tint of Claus ind Carl a whila one o those whose bodv is itill rtiovtud Fiank Tbf other Uo are seamen at ist 'jiie where the vessel wju The schooner Maniatiqiw mrlj Die tornado Ithe reef. 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