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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               A HAPPY THOUGHT FOR EASTER: NO MATTER WHAT OUR BELIEF OR FAITH, WE MAY FIND IN NATURE TODAY EVIDENCE THAT US HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATUROA Y, APRIL 15, 131 LAST EDITION BORDER SITUATION IS CRITICAL TODAY Another Battle Imminent And Invasion By American Troops May Result While England Has Landed Marines To Protect Prepares to Act. NUMBER 160 April since the order for the mobilization of (he troops in Texas has the Mexican situation been so serious as it is today. Repetition of the firing on American citizens at Douglas will he the signal for invasion by United States troops. Orders to this effect were today sent to the troops on the border land. The landing of English marines at San Qucntin is interpreted by the State department as a warning from England that unless the United Btates establishes peace in Mexico foreign powers will intervene. As a consequence ljiesident Taft has prepared to act the instant it may be- come necessarj, the war department working all last night to peifect pvass. The revolutionary junta today announced that forma] demand will at once be made on President Taft to recognize the Mexican insurgents as a revolutionary government with headquarters at Agua Prieta. This has been made possible by the capture of the latter place. THE WEATHER Forecast colder with frost. Sunday fair. Temperature at 7 a. de- glees Temjieratuie one vear ago to- degiees 8'in uses Sunday at 4 50 a. in. and sets at 6-11 p. m., rises Mon- day at a m and sets at 6.13 Maximum wind velocitv for 24 hours ending at noon today 30 miles west at 11-30 Saturday morning. HERE'S SAMPLE OF WHAT TORNADO IN WEST LEFT ALONG ITS TRAIL RESULTS TO DA1E President Taft this afternoon ord ered tour additional troops of cavalry to the hordei at Douglas. The presi dent was told that the insurrectos at Agna Prieta now number and are thiowing tip entrenchments for the approaching battle. The war department announced to- day that another detachment of Ohio militia officers would be sent to the Mexican maneuver. In tbe second detachment, which will leave for the front soon, there will lie twelve Ohio militia officeis, including two majors and ten company officers. The list will comprise eight officers of infant- ry, one of cavalry, one of fleld artil- leiy, one of the engineering corps, and one medical officer. The selec- tions will be made by Adjutant Gen- and tbe officers will lemain hi amp two weeks. Urgent admonition to the Mexican government that it shall not select places as battle grounds which endan- ger the lives and property of American citipens, vvvis dispatched to Mexico City. A force of thirty men and a Maxim gun fron the British man of war Shearwater were landed at San Quen- tin, Mexico (o prottct that town against a threatened attack of insur- gents. The revolutionary movement, however, did not materialize and tbe Britishers and the gun were with- drawn. This. VRK first actual landing of foreign forces on Mexican soil in connection with the present revolu- tion was reported to the state depart- ment in a telegram from American Consul Schmucker at Ensenada. The telegram did not state just when the landing occurred. When all danger to San Queniin from the insurgents had passed the Shearwater sailed for En- spiiada, and her commander advised the American consul of the action ho had at San Quentin for the safe- ty of the town. San Quentin is a port of lyovver California about 125 miles south of Ensenada Arrangements are nearly complete. It is said at the state department, for Consul Schmticker to make the trip from Ensenada to Alamo to investi- gate the plight of the American wom- en and children who held prison- ers there. Through the state department the president notified the govern- ment that it must see to it in the fu- ture that no nich unfortunate inci- dent as that at Agua Prieta, when threo Americans were killed and elev- en wounded, be allowed to occur Through the war department and through the department of justice the president sent the same sort of warn- to? to the leader of the insurrectos at Agua Prieta. HASTUSS WITH STATE SENATOR Speaker S. .J Vlning, oi house of representatives. the was Four Democratic Pledges Re- deemed, One Knocked Out, Five Pending. FIFTEEN WEEKS' SESSION Measures Held Up In Senate to Be Passed Next Week Canal Probe, CITY BOARD CUTS OFFJOJPER CENT Horizontal Reduction Of Land Tax Values Announced day And Will Probably Be Approved By The State County Report. A horizontal rert'iction ot ten per cent in city real estate values announced by the c.iv board of equalization Saturday morning, after bar- ing been in session twelve clavs. The decision of ihe body, of course, will he su.V-Jct to change by the state tax commission. The members of the latter have kept their off the situation so far, and it is not generally believed that they will change the figures I- News of the horizontal reduction j made by the boaid was reeeivtd with M drying by pavers throughout the cm. Some thought Hundreds of homes were destroved. trees uprooted and railroad tracks that it was not sweeping enough vvhi'e toin up by the tornado which devast ated sections of Oklahoma. others bt-lieved the board had stnick Missouri and Arkansas. Much dam age was done in ihe farming district- the right average, and m Big Heart. Okla., every busines s house in the town was destroved COLUMBVS, 0 April 15 Is the end of the fifteenth week ot the .present legislative session and the demo-ratio majority has cairied out four of its ten party platform pledges. Pledges fulfilled include the enact- ment of a law for the nou-partisan election-et all judges and one extend- ng the teaching of agriculture in vil- age and rural schools. Two joint resolutions were passed endorsing woposed amendments to the fcdeial constitution, one for the direct elec :ion of United States senators and he other for an income tax. The lemocratlc platform pledges demo- cratic legislators to suppoit these Measures of vital Importance ledgcd in the democratic platform hat have not been enacted ate as ollovvs- A public utilities bill, short- hours for working women, the in- tiative and referendum, an act limit- ng the tax rate to one per cent, i iniform school book bill, and a law hat will enable the people to selec thear own United States senator at> These will be pressed next week. Uniform school book bills hav Resolution Offered for Investi- gation As Democrats In House Prove Control. In Wau Thou Hnno tn each owner will hav III 11116 Way mey MOpe 10 10 per cent taken off the value of h One of the members of the boar said Saturday morning: The board could not have made much bigger cut. even if it had d sired to do so." He pointed out th tile estimates of the appraisers con not be changed as far as totals wen and that the city board, which creased the figures of tlle appraiser would have gone below the estimati of tbe appraisers, if it had made mere sweeping reduction. The decision of the board mean that each piopeitv owner will ha Make 'Wet' Cities 'Dry' Counties. In property. Individual cases of increase tacked by Senator Sherman Deato', of Champaign counts, following Mr uv-jiv uma Vining's address upon the uniform een kllled in bolh house and senate school book bill pending before the far as that Plank ln party plat- assembly. Vlnlng declared Deaton had attacked him in state senate without opportunity to reply. will do that is a moral said Vlning. Then the trouble began. Bna tne Oregon plan of electing Deaton made a lunge at Vining, but States senators by direct vote missed him. Friends interfered and have the house but the sen- settled the trouble. Vinmg lost his a'e nas not voted on them, although fight for the text hook bill nf thorn ;_ v j- _......__ _uv__ form is concerned both branches had attacked a speech tlle both controlled by the democrats, have repudiated it. The tax limit, public utilities and referendum for cities giving him an "A man who MORE OHIO OFFICERS of them have been in the hands of senate committees for many weeks The bill limiting the workday "i, uni tut: vnti itiiuy O1 ORDERED TO "PROMT" women has passed the sen- UIIUUMI.U iti rnuiMi ate but not the COLUMBUS, 0., April jutant General Weybrecht today received orders from WSisliipg- ton for the second detail of Ohio National Guard officers to report at San Antonio by April 25 to as- sist for 14 days in uio maneuv- ers by the Those who prob- ablj will go are Major A. W. Da- vis, Norwalk; Major G. W. Cun- ningham, Fostoria; Capt. F. L. Oyler, Columbus; R. G. gayer, Gallon; H. BVTHancey, Bafavia; Carl I. Best, Dayton; S. T. Gray, Greenfield; .1. D. Crawford, Otta- wa. Wni. Scofield, Cleveland. U. A. Kulish, Cleveland; Lieut. Fred Vandenberar, Cleveland; Major Fred C. Weaver, Dajton. Another Battle On Border Is Imminent, DOUGLAS, Ariz., April sec- cad battle at Agua Prieta today seems Inevitable. Fourteen thousand fed- eral troops are marching on the ,tity and the insurgent garrison has been Increased to men. Captain Gua- jot, commanding the American tioops, today issued notice that in case or another battle if the bullets fly a-i luacmuij imv.'w iwo nres ana cross into American soil he will cross 'uraed over. An employe of the Buick of Cleveland, under direct- factory riding with Crane was dan- n Harmon and Mark- liVPER KILLED KANSAS CITY. April Irane, driving a Buick racing car in a practice test at Elm Ridge track here This summarizes the progress the democratic legislature has been and is making toward carrying- out its platform pledges to the people. Attorney General Hogan has taken steps for another canal investigation which he promises will be the real thing. appointed Attorney John MrGiIlvray of Jackson to conduct the work. If prosecutions result from the p-obe they will be handled by McGiIlvray, who will have no other conaeetien with the al's department Soon after bis appointment as state engineer, James Marker, aided by pri- vate detectives, began an investiga- tion of the canals. Some of bis lind- ings were leported to the boaid of public works last October. IT. G Denman, then attorney general, and H. J. Booth, special counsel in graft cases, called many witnesses on Marker's report, but never have an- nounced the outcome. The Market leport, it was understood at that preparatory to an attempt to estab- was understood at that ish new records, was instantly killed e' was Pffi'minary to much more when his machine threw two tires and developments. The Serv- (Continued On Page Six) gerously injured. er, continued the work, but if any- thing was found the facts have not he-come public Those most familiar with the canals as conducted in past years are confi- dent that evidence can be procured which will justify indictments The business system has been loose and expensive with many loopholes for waste and graft, they declare. Hogan undertakes the work with the expec- tation that it will be expensive and require weeks, possibly months, to complete the entiie job. He will have WASHINGTON, April reso Intion providing for a sweeping in- vestigation of ten different govern ment departments was introduced to- day by Representative Hamlin. As result a veritable reign of terror is predicted for the huudreds of govern- ment employes who are now holding down soft snaps in various depart- ments and who will probably be let out. Following the passage of the Ruck- er hill for publicity of campaign con- tributions before election, late yester- day. Chairman Underwood, of tbe ways and means committee, called up the Canadian reciprocity bill. After debate, which probably will continue three days, it will Be passed That this action will be taken is no longer a matter for speculation. The democratic house in its con- duct of the resolution providing for the direct election of senators, and the Dill providing for the publication of campaign contributions, both of which have passed, has indicated Special to The Star-Joumal: COLUMBUS, O., April Is au- thoritatively ascertained here that the I or reductions can lie made later, nhe tlle board meets as a board of revi ion. This will take care of thos whose property is still listed too higl The county board of equalUatip did its best to arrive at the ninoui sure of woik prevented it from doin wets do not now hope to have tbe so. Dean bill now pending in the senate "We ought to be able to announc to amend the county option law pass- "le figures next week." said Job IT There Is no disposition to criticis ed, but expect that tbe Grosser ini-i Unlive and referendum bill for cities ,a Ilu pending m the senate will be amend-1 the county board of equalization ed so as to give cities, the right to! not being able to give the figure mivtnit I., ____ i "Bull. permit liquoi sellins in "dn" coun-1 now. The members have beeiTbus ties if on a referendum vote they nkht and day. with dele hMifve cide in favor of n that the desire to gel thi ......___ and leferendum will put this bill ov- er with such an amendment in it. flhairmp Smith Welsh, of the house temperance committee, lias called a meeting of that committee I for Tuesday night The i will consider the Dean bill, which provides that saloons be lunit, d t, i ono saloon to everv 500 people fraction over 250. iclievp gat ions from the country j The board has the data on hand, bti of tigurin a considerable amount must still be done. CALIFORNIANS WANT TO KNOW ABOUT JAPS This docs not apply to drug stores wholesale liquor bouses or places of Opposition to the meas- WASWINGTON, D. C-, Aplil 15 Declaring that the Japanese immi giatiou on the Pacific coast is rapid bejond all doubt its ability to put manufacture Opposition to the meas- live I through its legislative program Iure has SDrm1S "P fiom the There was a contest with msur-1on of a provision viMch HIP- stlict ly growing more serious, Representa tive Hayes of California todav Intro resolution extending _____....... ui u provision vvi'icn pip- stnct provisions of the Chinese gency in the democratic, ranks, s e of the statt daiij 'elusion act to tbe Japanese as vvcl! the publicity bill. It arose over department from making rc measure is one cf the most dras 1 turn of places where liquoi is sold tic anti-Japanete bills yet introduced which are being illegally conducted. in 'congress. The bill bv Rev. I. H. Lomiz, of Representative Baker of California Springfield, Claik county, wliicb per- Introduced a resolution calling on tnr mits the sale of liquor in wholesale' President for all correspondence in in the county in which it Illis possession of of state and war. re'atina: to i-m extent to which publicity should applied. But for the vigorous and contiuued use of the democratic party whip, an important republican amend- ment extending publicity to the in- dividual receipts and expenses of can- quantities didatos for congress been ictaiued in the bill ly passed. As it was, the amendment was a- dopted over the protest of the demo- ciatic leaders by the support of fifty- :wo of the democrats who voted with the solid republican stiength. Re- sort to a pailiamentary move enabled the democrats later to get rid of the amendment: but twenty-eight of their, number refused to change their atti- .ude and stuck with the republicans n opposing the democratic majority. The Rucker bill parsed finally by unanimous vote, but only after a stormy scene. The amendment of- ered by Representative Jackson, a new republican member from Kan- sas, required all candidates for con- gress to file statements of the >ource and use of their individual campaign funds, in both the primary and general election. would havei18 manufactured will also he war- re'at when it final- ered al'd probablj repoited to the Station to the house possessions. TO DKOIES LONDON. April To Ladv De- cies, formerlv Vivian Gould, United States and its The resolution also asks the presi dent to inform congress what is be- done by the executive department of the government to restrict thf further immieratmn into this cxiuntij daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Jav I its possessions of Japanese coolie Gould of New York, will fall tbe honor of being Ihe first American STILL HE'S LUCKY. to King George and The presentation will be presented Queen Mary. take place May 10 at Buckingham palace and will be made by Mrs Whitelaw Reid, wife of the American i Hyde, charged with the ambassador Icol Thomas H. Suope Swope familr. it became known. cmplov- special -counsel to assist the state in the second trial of Di B. murder -WASHINGTON. April IF.-Predict-i Just what form the resolution will Ing the passage by the senate of the take, it is difficult to determine So tno assistance of Marker, resolution to submit to the states a far as I am concerned I am in favor' constitutional amendment for the di- of passing it in the form in which it reel election of senatois, following the 'was brought out of the committee action of the house in passing the fore. But I would rather pass it in APPROVES OKECOX _. ..uu-pi, tft. j.Vif. OUL i rainer pass H in j.t April measure by 296 to 16. Senator Borah j the form in which it was finally voted stille senate "Mnimously approved (R., Ida.) leader of the movement in .than to fail to pass it entirely. the Oregon plan bill. It now the senate, wrote the following for j There is a general moven c t (Copyright by the United Press' malleT'of fe-lfl'ationTn BY U S. SENATOR0" WII LI   Speaker c1---- senators by direct vote will pass dur-I in mv opinion there is no tning' nark an address before the which has done so much to convince !ege Democratic league "We -TV 'the people of the failure of representa- to get together." said the a'ready elusion as speedily as possiblB. (Continued on Page 2) gether." Special to The Star-Journal: 0. April .Master Leo Elicrwine, a son of former Mayor George .1. Eber- wine, shows no pipns, as yet, of beine "hoodooed." but the RO- called unlucky number of 13 fig- tires conspicuously in his six years of life. He was born on the 13th. of June in room Xo. 13 in thc Eberwine hotel, and in the 13th. >ear after the house had been built. He was the 13th BILLY" SUNDAY WILL PREA CHAT FUNERAL) JOSS'DEAIHMOURNED TOLEDO. April funeral In- from Toledo Command, i v. sermon the remains of Adrian will lie in sr.U" in the Joss, tlie late Cleveland pitcher, will from 12 o'do-k no m Monday until after thp s'Tiiccs Bur- he preach.-d Mono.iv bv Bilh sun- lal wiu he in uay. tho famous evangelist, who was Mrs Theresa m ifnor formi-rlv a noted lull plaver. of 111- pitcher, arrived in Tol, fiom Sunday is now conducting icvival aft- her lioni" in vViscon-in Sh" was no- vices here 'tifiP'l of death of her son Tbp fimeial services will held bv Dr fiiwgi, L Chapman, who was -in 'he Masonic Temple, beginning at the attending physician in Jos, last child born in thai immediate 2 o'clock The; will be under the an- Mthough' n-aily m a state of neighborhood and the 13th. grand- spices of the Ancient Siot- collate fiom Hi.- lo.-.g journey the child on both his father's tish Kite and Toledo Command, ly. motl'-r up bnvely mother's side. Thus far he has Knights of which Jla-rau- Dclewion.- of and Mas mic been lucky. great twiilpr was an 1'on- lir'tl-rs- arc "Died number 1 In- pall will forth" No Verdict Returned in rusca Murder Case Up to Late Hour DISAGREEMENT EXPECTED. Out Since Friday Morning, -12 Men Left Room Only For Meals, BULLETIN No agreement had been reached or report made by the jury in the Surrusca murder up to Saturday afternoon, The restlessness of the jurors was very apparent, a number of them spending most of the walking to and fro in the jury room. From the Adams street aide ot Vie court house, it was observed ,that the jurymen gathered around one man at frequent intervals, and talked earnestly to him. This scene raised the presumption that one or two of the jurymen were holding out against the majority. There are twelve tired men in the Kne county court house, sitting or sprawling on chairs, in an ef- fort to decide whether Joseph Snr- rnsca, in stabbing Anthony Storuce, was guiltj of first degree murder, sec- ond degree murder, manslaughter. assault and battery, or whether be should be allowed to step forth into .he bright spring day. a free man. Tuev were becoming quite weary of tl.ffv job Saturday morning, and vere glad when they were taken down o the West House about noon for dinner. And there was good reason or their being worn out, for they lad been in session ever since FniUy morning, unable to agree on a "erdict. Although outsiders have no access o the jury room, there was no doubt hat some of the talesmen were fast osing their tempers under the big train. Occasionally loud voices were leard. and then an abrupt silence for everal minutes, as If some one had "iven ni> the argument in disgust This jury did not ask for any ad- itional instructions from the court ither JMday or Saturday. They ave kept counsel only with each ther, and Friday night's sleep If a uan can really sleep in a chair, dill ot result in any material change Twenh-six hours without an agree- nent was the record of the jury up U''3D Saturday afternoon. Whether were eleven obstinate men a- imst one, or whether the division as more nearly equal, was a deco [v.stery. Court house attaches Saturday orning began to realize the possi- ility that records for length of stay ere in danger of being broken. Old mers started to ransack their mem- les for o'her notable cases, in wnich ic junjiien had been of different mil? who have had consider- >Ie experience with juries in crira- ml case-s believed that the long de- y meant either a disagieement or an niiitial Thei based their opinions itnelv on past p-ctwrience. and with detailed knowledge of the factt the Sin rusca case.   

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