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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               WARMER DAYS COMING WILL DEVELOP MANY "WANTS" WHICH A CAREFUL READING OF STAR-JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENTS WILL HELP SUPPLY. THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDrtY APRIL 17, 191 LAST EDITION 3ATTLE RESUMED; AMERICAN KILLED nsurrectos Penciled First Attack of Federal Troops at Agua Pneta and Situation See ms Likely To Call For In- vasion By U. S. Troops. DOUGLAS Ariz April 6 30 till-, nioinn.. UOO M-xitan fed ral troops under command of Col Revnaldo D it a nei hev ot Piesideit Mai attacked the defenses of Puna The fede His biought two aaohine guns into plav and oiened a teiiiQc hie on tbe The first attack bj the felerals i nder Diaz was su y the insui rectos The engagement had hardly begun when 0 eai K GoU an atchlng the fiom the border was stiutk in the I ra i with a bullet Ed killed As a consequence it is believed the Anieiicdii troous will be rderetl across tie boichi at once The battle it is conced d will be the most imioiiant sO fa, b> be insinectos Diaz opened the aita k with his ichme guns hit n Mine to shaip ootcrs pi ked off ihe gunne s in t 1 a VVPIC Mien eel Tvo him fedeials then haiged the msur to eav ah} corial Lnt weie net th such a ma nine gun e tint thev fled eav u g a n on the field Red Cross ices brought back two loads of unded IVitb he end of Ins firsf attack az at once ionised Ins entne aimv o a battle line and began a second vance The niMiiiectos at once )k to the iifle pits and flung be me scneral bullets ftvmg so tine cr this cit that the I nited States valry was forced to seek cover It ceitain the casualties will be most avj as both sides aie fighting with utmost recklessness After five urs of continuous fightin; the in rrectos lepoited fr i rteen woundec tfee twmches but none killed T i" 'eia n al t-ad lie el 1 t fift killed and one bundled unded Ine fighting began S mdav Obed it to Pi sidelit f ift s order Geneial l< a the tall grav haired slightlv ne commandant at Asua Pntta no ed Captain Gaujot in command of 3 Intfd States cavalrv at this int the instant his stouts discover the federal-, and then sallied out fight Ihe fideral advance itectcd uj quick firing artillerv d smaller cannon of machine tvpe ainst which the insunectos pitted I of the most skilled sharpshooters the who fiom rifle pits ked off the cannoneers at (hen ns It was 10 30 o clock -when the ttle opened In hajf an hour the lerals crippled by the storm of el and lead had ceased to advance few moments later a slow and stub- rnly contested federal retreat be n the battle progiessed a swiftlv ivins chain of couriers earned the ww trorn the i of evfnts to Ua Prieta LlllB ere the msurrecto chiefs remained camp NUMBER 161 SCENES AT TOWN WHERE REBELS DEFEATED MEXICAN TROOPS; STREETS IN AMERICAN CITY WHERE SEVERAL WERE INJTJREB TEST OF STANDING IS EXPECTED HERE THE WEATHER 1 I- ore lit l-dir mush' u u lai ui 1 i T emi era! ire   in r 1 1 -u 4 Jh a m 1 nd stts ai b lo m i nudud tinu i 1 M 1 rtr 4 he is minu u n u to is noirhne t u u In o k 1 Sun 1 Disbarred Toledo Attorney Ex- pects to Appear In San- dusky Case Tuesday POSSIBLE OBJECTION WOULD RAISE POINT Smith One Per Cent Limit Bill To Be Reported In Senate Tuesday EDWARDS-BfU Contest To Make Initiative and Referendum Foi Cities In- clude Liquoi Sale I AND R FOR SALOONS OR NONE SAYS DEAN In the Inttle between msiirrectos and the Mexican fedeial Hoops ai Agua Prieta Mexeio three Amen tins were killed and seveial who were spectators were wounded Several of the Bounded were n: Douglas Ariz across the bordei I ncle Sam in the pel son of Pfes ident Taft has notified the federa and rebel forces that thej must conduct their scmnmages avvaj border in the future A large force of rebels is expectec to invest luarez across the oordei from El Paso lex and moie fight ing is expected theie Special to the Star Journal COLUMBUS 0, April ator Dean admitted today that he would try to .mend the Grosser initiative and referendum bill so as to give cities fiome rule on the s question of permitting saloons 'We will have that kind of an initiative and referendum or none at all' said he COLUMBUS 0 April 17-Speaker Vining will tnis afternoon ask the legislatur" to appoint a joint commit tee to hear the evidence lelative to re moving from the bench Judge Donnel 1> of N ipolfon who is chaiged with from the Old An- Vhen Capt was informed b> oeral Garcia that the federal forces re in sight James T Williams jr Washington but moie recently of izona humed with an American 5 to inform the federal officer in nmane! that Mexican bullets must t endanger American lives In the la with Williams went Charles Me an a volunteer who with Captain ujot braved the bullets of Thuis f s battle McKean camel a flae; truce McKean and Williams pro ded directb to the can p of the Senator Frank Dorc chin-man of the senate committee on taxation will announce that his committee will to morrow repoit out the one per cent tax limitation bill The bill is m practicalh the same shape m which it left the house and it is now believed to have a good chance of passage That senate flies will be used to sharpen and not smooth the teeth put into the Winters public utility bill bj the progressives in the hous' 13 a iepc.it which has reached thp legisla- tive agents of public service cor potations The bill with the Lang don amendments incorporated e erals ana delivered the message to been repnnted and -will be given uld be observed to prevent flung I o Douglas Tbe Americans return safely to Douglas u. repnnted and -will be give i commander Revnaldo Diaz Diaz Pi'Wi" he-nine Moiiclav night before eipted for the message and as i committee to which it has ed McKean that everv precaution been refei The finance committee will intro- duce the general appropi Mtions bill for 1911 and it mas be passed week As soon as the bill is mess iaed to the senate the appropriation bills foi 1912 will be offered m the house next big tax measure of the Haimon to be ton-lit out in the house is the Edwards bill centrali7ine the taxing machinery of c-ich countv One man Trill have ghtmg At Agua Prieta May Result in Sending Troops Across Border. WASHINGTON April i been given a last chance to show ethpr or not intervention is to take ce and the question will y be settled todav Piesident Taft i been assured in nesponse to his rnings bv both federals and msur tew that American life and propei will not he endangr-ted in tl a bat at Pneta toliv On fie oth hand President Taft has made it in to both sides that n this assur re is vioatecl lie-in will once cioss the border Tbe Red >ss societv tochj dispatched nurses 3 funds to Am i I iota to be m dines for thi bat le imbassador V ils-m at "Mexico Cifv s ordered bv P PS dent Taft ascertain at once from Iu lUnt iz what st ps rp b s til "n to keep federal soldiers from firm" across American line in cases hi e the -e it battle at Asia Pneta -ml fe v m piogress there This is taken md rate that 1 ift is holding the stick over Dm? and will fo-ie him come to nn a1! pim where orican life and pr >p rtv is endan ed he reinforcements ordered to the States cavalrv at z are arming rapidlv according to patches at the wir department I anrl n of the First cavalrv alreidv thpre and troops I and K the Twelfth are expected todav V resolution directing xican borMer was introiuced in the ate bv Senator op Missouri calls for a secret o't of the exact conditions now vailing In Mexico, 1FWSP4PERS Opposition to Reciprocity Wan- ing and Action At Wash- ington Is Awaited. OTTAWA Ont ible vote on the ipril favor reciprocity agree ment with the United States is looked for by members of the dominion gov eminent not long after parliament re assembles Wednesdav The rapd progress being made at "Washington! and the prediction that the agree ment will be befoi e the American sen ate bv next Thursday have been noted here with satisfaction by the govern ment b supporters Settlement of the leciprocity issue m Canada thev be O iect election ol Lnited States sen atois by the people as piovided for in the Sutherland amendment is favored bj Senatoi Burton The senator announced his preference for this piece of progressive legis latior just before he depaited for Fittsburg where he will attend the Commis slon meeting He also expressed the belief that the senate will pass the bill eithei at this special session or the next regular ses sion Democratic Leaders Decide Not to Attempt Free Wool Schedule this Session that congress will ratify the agree wit par ment mav be coupled they sa the assuianee that the Canadi, liament will do its part Theie has been a decided mol sration dm ing the last few weeks of he opposition at first waged against --c.-.. cs al buildings in all the cities in his district he has bills m the 1 ouse foi buildings in Sanduskj and WASHINGTON April will not go on the free list in the democratic revision of the tariff at this session of oongn ss at least This made certain todav when the par tv leaders decided insteid Mpon a re duction of about 50 pei cent on both fiaw and nidmtftctui d wool deiuociatic leaders lefer with pride to the achievement of passing the bill for popular election of I nited States senatois and the campaign pub llcitv bill in legislative dajs and to bunging before the house tbe Canadian reciprocity agieement -with some of the conservatire represents tives of rural constituencies nave been indei strong piessure because of their alleged alaimist attitude i iui uuiicnngs in sanausK; and Bucvrus to cost 5TOOOOO and JloO 000 sltllatlon Now has introduced bills appropriating 000 tot the purchase of a site and erection of a public building at Upper Sanduskv 5125 000 for sits and building at Belle vue 000 for site and building at I bmldms at Fremont. of its i itiflotMii bv overwhelming majoritv t! ere is a fight ahead on tanft revision The lemocrats gloated ovei the lee j rocitv ntative Ivitchm pic- turing President laft as comnij to them on ben led km es to solicit their support The republicans will tn to back on the tariff refoim meas flECLARE THEY'LL I Reinstall ig Him Passed by Legislature May Not Be Recoan zed, County Commissioners Stand Pat On Methods of Trans- acting Business CLAIM IT IS ECONOMICAL Objection To Publication of Re poit Based On Expense anrTDoubt of Legality" Counts commissioners said Mondav moining that ihej would entlielv d recard the recommendation ccuntv board of examiners ted rece'itlv and the quiienients ot the law when doing thev could save thi monev and seive tne best of the neonle the submit Charles A Thatcher Toledo at- torney d sbarrtd by the Itate supreme cou-t will attempt try 3 m the Erie county common pleas court Tuesday morning and it is possible that his right to thus practict law will be contested by the defendant Incidentally it will be the (Irst ,n wjhich the well known To- ledoan has been scheduled to ap- pear s nee the legislature recently attempted to reinstate him M an attorney hen it became noised about Mon- dav tha Thd'chei would make an effort to aci as an attorney m the common pleas court here local mem cf tie bar loresaw a number of conulications and interesting situa- tions Some were of the opinion that e art o the legislature in relnstat tht Toledo man did not give him rights ds the decision of tha stipieme court was final Thatchei is scheduled to appear for the plaintiff in the case of John Rhine-mil' r administrator of the es- tite of John Bonville against the ion Dick i suit for 110000 t technical je da lliigt, for MHSini! tne deatf of Boa m -o ,nio Tnp eolation Is countv b, H ana mteiests neorte C Stememann Ism we will ionium? Am mtne to 'onfst the right of- business as we the WMld __., rt_...... to lie made bv the attornevs for the defendant or h> ludge Reed At- toinev Williams wtien asked Monday morning what he would do in the mat- tei declined to anv statement in advance of the trial question as to Thatcher's to conduct om done in the Commibsionei David Riedv Comraibsionei John 1 Riegu decl-ired that this w is his po sition in the matter Commissioner Georee Oswald was not present when this decision was reached and hls stind on the question was not known I I'l'stion as to Thatcher's will 5 on do m the case of ton rtsht to practice m the state courts a tiacts for the amount to telling where be paid is over ?200" was the ques th6 tion put to Commissioners Riedv and Jrollla be taken to the supreme Rieeer The COimtT mnmltiers sav Mllrt ls a matter of little doubt H unless ,eSa, advertisement for b.ds are, sgainst e, ononcal one said Commione Rieger If we believe we can savt nonev bv not advertising for bid, we n" iviUnotdoso Governor Tho lecommendations of the exam T mere report w ere gone ovei thorough S v H i toilerence letvveen thi ro iTtv ls Deist'Ud Pro ecuting Halt Monday morn f "at T Ing at Ihe court house Reason, whj !rw h81' berre" Ihe eximmers report should not be P The action legallv published m the nevvspape, Toledo lawver In Harmon and press dts- a Inion labor men t of given bv Commissioners Riedv f of Mmns In a campaign iiui Riegor 1 he oountv examiners woikod t. n POUTIGVL SlRIOCSj Uvsaftei the., last extension of tim LONDON r Almost ev- inted bv ludgi Reed expired wid tl, dlv starded resorts of the feeble- Conimissioner Rieger The} wtrt n t Henr Cabo Lodge is to "be louslv injured and taken to a hospi maided within th next few months tal of the other firemen were acto dm, t ti storv o? MI s Marv injured though none of them Connoll n n-in d nurse who is to "tallv be the happv bade weds The c! term nation of the mi countv commissi is will alt mpt bv no itv leaders, to as ul it from evcrv Injunction prjweclinas to restmn the doubtless; vvill result in keeping comtv andlto, fion oiderm- the le the measure befoie the hoiue far a gal publication of the leport v. die is April NEW PLANS TO SAVE SHERWOOD'S DIS1RIC1 STAR JOLRN4L side track on the job Buil_dmg Alburn will 1 ave Washington in a ----------__ D C It, davs, and return to Cleveland is reported hew that al the work that' wnere h nds to practice law An 7o A shim't in chloral e _ lcv-lt" tlpUIl lug fecleiai elati ins committee and the time and midv put in by both the committee and the congressmen hep Ins 50111 foi naught and that a new mn will be made up l.rneial Sherword tho veteran To- ll cl democrat w'lose district was dis in the pronos d redistnct ng eavine bin a dictnct wheiein it wi, possible for i socialis fi all ance to elm Brand or anv othei candidate to congress ras a Uttei fiom one of the oTiciais o' th of Ohio assuring him tvat the map as drawn at present will not be accepted and that an en tirelv new map will be framed up making a number of changes one of them to put illis and Keifer in the same district instead of M illis i aipst it ipaintaining th it it w, a hastflv fram 1 m ilhrlvi infj l ot suffic ei th b el ed in with lilioim ation f rev le I That Mi Minn the minor tv adei will conduct i s nnns: 11 of at gument the bill is all n and Mr Pdvne who was chairman of the old and me ins committee will b" allied with him in dip ting the attack This will be but the beginning of tanT excitement as thi a' are preparing revised woil and cotton to pre ented as soon as possible and latei r-i ,n the session the will be tackled am1 thei will tte rontioversv over he co t of Lurg where he will attend the meet- mention the propo'ed i and mi; of the National com- New Mexico stafphoj-I bill aiti n I mission ninrtlon leeishtlon nt That the fedeial goveinraent has and appropriation b IK the oillook been as gmltv as the most conscience >s that th- house will hi 1 opt busv less shop prinnetoi in harboring ui t well Into tho iiimmT bin clings that are fire traps n( the Two mportant pieces of I lation i worst sort and that daih endanger a e Iv for tie senate b i! thi sen ate is not readv to consider anv (Contmied on Page 21 i I ition Ion on what will le idled in i fc w d ivs In time Auditor Deist out of c fContm ied On 13 NEW LEABEB IN CUYAHOOA TUG CAPTAIN FINED FOR ILLEGAL FISHING, THEN REWARDED FOR SAVING CANADIAN SHIP DtNKIRK N ipul I but the government boat was in grave L U Tuttle or this citv whose fish 'danger Instead fif running awav and and another the con- ing tug the Lagle was seized bv al again Captain Tuttle jwuni; alont can structioi_of a sjitable district for Canadian revenue cutter I week j side the cutter with members of been richly rewarded bv the Ca his crew leaped on board The flames i There is no dark spot on the cultural outlook so far as I judge at this time This I view of crop through 1 no definite announcement haa nadian authorities for braven cit the comm was expres_ed bv been made as to who will succeed, plaj-ed at the time of his caMn Loss To Toledo Newspaper Plant Now Estimated At Damaged. dis Fiauk C president of the Nitona! C tv Hank o New "Vork svho is com iletnu n 11 ooitm In ton ol precticallv everv section of the south and west an R secretary When the Eagl. illewllr fishing to Senator Burton it is now reported m Canadian witers Newton D Baker lolicitor and one Cleveland b of the late that a Cleveland man named Williams t pn cut private secretarv to the postmaster of Cleveland, has the in 'as sighted and his tug and all the nets on board chased oy tne government boat alwhich had bten conl scateJ vver- re fire Drone out in the of the lat I turned to him a rewaid for his ler craft Tha Eagle was were extinguished bv the combined Tons I Johnsons mtiraat; friends crews Captain Tufle was found has succeeded the former raavor ss guilt) Satuirta> and fined J650 bit democratic leiger in Cuyahoia _ countv He had on. of Mr lohnaon s close political ad g U H believed he mil be the I next (Umooratic uajw TOI no O v-inl 17 ite )i blaze n us i lant Saturday 1 tlu Blade vv 13 issued todav mil a n nl The tjje was set in t own Ian the linotvpe machines not h iv inf. been damaged but the .tenotuing md pr ntmg was done at ire Imus i lant which was ottered lor th n i urj The m sin of 'he fire has not >et Uen dturmmed Fr celt s co'iection of photo- en ot r 11 o s tois and lieir uingriib'- anl a valuable col ifition ot -evsiaper clippings was senoi 1 damaged but not to ex- tent antici and bv Robmton Locke, the Blade theatrical critic and OWMT of the librarv I do not know Just what low will be hut I hmlr most of the library is intact he said last night Vanv of picturw fcowtur, water soaked and the ftaH ta frames cracked ruin man) of them Mr veurs making np the be one of flam pleic in the country The Ore was thr thirt olaie wiUUn a A WSP4Pf'Rl   

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