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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               WARMER DAYS COMING WILL DEVELOP MANY "WANTS" WHICH A CAREFUL READING OF STAR-JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENTS WILL HELP SUPPLY. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR OMiO, THURSDAY APRIL 20. LAST EDITION NUMBER 164 OF II Iffll PRESIDENT TAFT ADDRESSING DAUGHTERS OF AMJSK1CAH REVOLUTION Direct Statement Made Following Important Conference With Congressmen This Note PJlay Not Be Conciliatory. Time Limit Set By Gen. Ma- dero Expnes at Six O'clock Tonight. ASHTYGTCW D C Apiil -iu n tlwt the coming diplomatic note fium j Ico instcul of h n will endeavor to thiou the blame foi the killing an 1 wot nun >f Amencans at Dousrhs onto t P iitdiia them selves ind ill alto bla no the latter foi the i I the incnrrecto1- rite piesidtnt liowcvcr made it known that 1) ilid not rjnsid er the tenoi of the note as nnthm? inorp senous th m mei? 30 kevma foi position m ttu diplomitic n Collations that aie to follow Th b tie i di i IP i i a f )rm ft! stftemtnt t In nig ir h? 3 no krowlc lco 'i! t Hie forth om i was of 11 irFiifin i at uc l'ie de pattment tlortloie am ounrj d it can make 10 coiiment on ie] rt tliat I! c w is unfurl Mexican An i sadoi ise a on tl d daring- tht r a 10 IntimationJhat the note Tioull 1 oihei t1 an. most triendlj At one ocloc] thlb afttrnoon Presi t'eut inti the T ifh the of Chanman qi l7er of the IIOUSP coma Htre on for eirn affans and a subcommittee con i z o man Shaip of Ohio an1 Connies men G irdner and c Befo i- the confeience began FU'T qf re' hat hs comrriitee wa 1) acti alh umnn ous not to inter He dpcliied that an niVnson of We ico would necessitate the i of an 11 my drublp if not trij'o iiesput strength i t Culbfi jn toda> mtioduced a iPiolulion dedaiiig that mtenen to in MevR bv the 1 nited States Id bn without iui ification The rn ol on retenel to the com mi t tee MI foieign iclations so n bo i htoi d accord i MTn icl r the of Mexico to the I nitrd s who was printed to President Tuft Thp made piPdiftion in i fonnal speech to Tn icpH Piesident plaft thit tho peopl? of the linit ed States hoped feuentlj that bar mony would prevail MASH VAT EXPLOSION IN DISTILLERY FATAL EL April o clock tonight is the time limit Gen Ma dero has given Gen Navarro in which to sur ender Juarez if he is to save that city from a general attack As yet Navarro has made no reply to Vie ultimatum but in stead is using all of his men to complete the defenses At 10 15 todaj Gen Midero him- self and 150 so'diers iDDeared close to Juarez One thousand oth troops could also be seen Madero Hter sent notice to me united Stites consul hero as well as the tnited states arim officeis that the attack on Juarez would begin tonight Gen Navirro now hat, 1000 tioops m Tuarez with a dozen inortire and field guns J H Hall an American who appeared with Madero decHred UK, ittack would be led by 4o Amer leans 1 ie situation Is tense Madero s formal note demanding the sun ender was delheied to Gen Naiarro through The United States Consul Edwards demand is almost certain to fused and a bi battle will follow The Ulk aoo it peice m Mexico was totally contradicted In this move It is the opinion of war experts here that the insurgent1: having demonsti i ted their mihtirj prowess at Agui Pneta and knowing thev could not hold it it ind will make their supreme eftoit at J larez a mam festly impmtant point as be ng th' whole province of CINCINNATI O Apill -10 a leist nnker was in tn-'tl} Ivilkd inrt four othci woi! ingmen r i h m mel m Tn ex plosion at th" n isoh nann tlistillen The men weie cooking imsli iu a 100 when feiinenta t On can r n nn ill am Oinnn ont of the blown throuah a second torj window OHIOV> IS nONOEED WASHINGION D C Apiil 20 Gpneiil oftictis of of the wert elcpterl hpre Fil mund o N w loil wis chosen OCJCP r Tome Ohio WTS t d it. btiai g n eial HEARSE TAKEN ACROSS RIVER CW FERRY BOAT C funeral of Petei 1 ison held heie the fiiat to bo fcmcd ncio s tlio since the of the hi id e which h bfMiip rehui t Vi Ti 01 uho died a the ho IK of Jjhn Neil BOH TV ith he hid lnfti foi thp past eighteen H is vt-li kno n In d irtired farmer at one tinu th" t rei a a laige farm near (ocust Pont he dispo ed of he H o Poit Clm on 71 ra s 0II The funpral hDld fio i Ihe hn ne of Mr NulHn "ifh butial in in F ie 1 ip Mim _s> t Iti i" thf mer on the in t ie lit a e to Mexico The people here do not undei-Uand diplomatic ass mnces is henn receued from Mexico can present a itpetition of the iffair Agua Pnett when the battle begins at Timez Thej siv can see how such assurances could be effective if Alexico and the insurgents would to recede fiom he frontier out of cannon hhot of fl Paso and fight it oit Othoiu se they see the of diplomitic Fbe coming conditions at Juarez the be 31 1 the same as it Agua Pneta and at then best the conditions sluw that instead of observing an aim slice the fede a's and the msuuectos are rushing lj at each other as clocelj as thej can gtt to Li i ed States terntoij Gaicn confirms the re- port ihdt e had sent messages to Ma- deio on the question of an aimistioe piecedmg peace plant and said he had (Continued on Page 6 V Spirited Contest With Much at Stake In Choosing New D. A. R. Officers RESULT NOT FORECASTED. ractions Continued Argu- ments Over Reports Up To Time of Taking Ballot, WASHINGTON' April sion that has marked the deliberations of the twentieth continental congress of the Daughters of the American devolution reached an acute stage to da> m the election of officers for it vas recognized that the future polfy af the organization might be deter inned b ithe result Indications this afternoon werp that he result of the election would not e completed befoie late tonight 'arti uiship is so intense that ial delegates formerly closest friends odaj to speak to ea h other When Mrs Louis K Torbet of Chi ago made the speech nominating Irs Stors for pi general in tead of Mis Scott whom she had een inshucted to support she was listed bv her own ailed 'tiaitor" deJogatioi and CAUSES MYSTER? Report Says Elyna Congress- man's Boom for Governor Will Be Launched, STAR JOLKN HI Munsrv Building Oon G bharp of klvna will gnea bairnie to the e "lit democratic members o" the Oh o dele gallon at the Now ill-id Hotel to night Opjortimtv to t Ik over the political SHiial on 11 Ol o ai d to out a boost ng i for more hai monj will Se ov tht dinner The real object o the banquet ac cording to one leio t is to la inch gubernatorial boom for Mr bharp I s probable however that I marines at Harmons presidential boom will be wte (iven consideration Former State C'los Lsh of Fcstona is in ashmgton wit'i lip wif" who is attending the com en The proceedings of the rooming ind >f the dav gave evidence of he di spnsion Theie was a 01 er continuing the publication of the ALLEGED SCHEME TO INCLUDE ELSON BILL State Amendments To Utilities Measure Likely To Favor Cor- porations, It Is Charg Redis- tnctmg Plan. VINING TAKEN HOME COLLMBIS O 20 Speakei lining of the house who "Rns stnt to a hosp ial suffering from i break down w is able to be taken to his home in Meicei count> todai It is not thought liowcier that he can appeii in the legislature ajain this session omitted when the bill was reprinted and the woik had to be done twice Elimination of contiol by the railroad commission mergers as now provided also is pait of this pro gram Power to fix telephone rates is to rest not with councils bit with the commission Feitures as to the man in -Rhioh tlip commission mai fix of propertj for determin f rates are to be adjusted to the .tten Monthlv and this will be resumed Tiidaj morning 1 conflict came with the icport of the pubhcat on committee j Th s coirmittee recoaimen led that (eHain valuable hibtoncal mani scripts known as the Chalkev rec rch-bcd five or six jears ago for be pre entcd to the Con sessional library receiving for the D A R 1 bran two vpewntten copies foi reference The opnos ng faction C" f the pubhcat on of the r look foim tint being the o o COLT-MBLS O April al- leged scheme of telephone men to put tin ough the obnoxious Elson merge i bill ot last year thiough an amend ment to the utilities bill a new re districting plan which would put Brie countv in a d stnct and in tei ntorv now represent? it bj Congress man Sharp and not bj Congressman and effoits to hum legislative work were tlaimmg lion todav to mfoiniauon that has III t been disclosed Harvev. Garbei has been doing some smooth v ork It is said that when the Winters Langdon utilitv bill emeiges from the senate commit ee on railroads and telegraphs it probably wiH be the Elson bill in new gaib ort ha it that the ntilit es fpatine is but skeleton on which will be hung n" Ky The debate was bro ight to an ah rupt close bv the ruling of the pros t (Continued on Page 6 THE WEATHER Forecast cooler tonight prolnblv frost Fudav far Tempeiatnre at 7 a m 44 de grecs Femierat.re e ago 2S uses Frldav at 4 4' a m and at G m (standard time) Mdxnnum wind velontv for '4 hons ending at noon t "lav 2fi north" ist at dav ev emng ng moie than an act author! i meigei of teleiho P on pan It s understood that none of ate uaids m the old T Ison 1 I a te i amended will I cludp in the bill as it is to 1 P o ted o i of committee re" TI and o trol features are 1 d for (Ji 111111 tion There are i i is that all utili ties have n ests with the un it' t when the bill leach i oo of the senate i' is to be flephone meigcr bill He lount telephone mem bill ntioluced eailv in e and bill ni on winch the effoits is to be (li According to statement it will dip ni commit tep wlit-ic 1 his bt" i foi two months TIOIII the fil t telephone compmies declared tl it an unuidn "nt m tht Wc-v of rate conttol of stocl is HP nul ront ol OVPI inei w ild b apu] a e to 1 cm short tun" at.o ill taunt h 1 h amend ment (in t'l f i wa n 1 n f m i o it V major itv v ltd to t p thi a K i 1 iit it tins junc me th ilitv bil imp ov c t oil the VM c n 1 i ntoi niiiman of th" i jm i ti refused to let IP 1 i! (ut When HIP i tp 11 ipa IPS til- senate flooi tie pro ibioi f( r control of brock i lit v R i HI, at i niej a v ill b  that the liquor question can be submitted to the people of each local itv his alreadj started a storm of op j ositlon Representative Qrosser of Cujahoga counu todav announced tl at he will at once t ike up the fight against the nroposition Such an i u uidment ho declared will kill the b 11 SIRIKESAIIAFT "Uncle Joe" Says Newspapers Influenced President To Seek Reciprocity OPPOSITION TO MEASURE ANDERSON AND ANSBERRY HOLD OHIO RECORD FOR INTRODUCTION OF BILLS IN CONGRESS Son of the D R hod a talk (pith Congressman Anderson todai The census bureau ha completed a tall report on the stat 01 es which will tp public soon It U on the census taken Ust tear. Mam conjectures have pu foith as 10 The aia 101 of the recent of Araias rfdor Rrup to th" Vhte It n btlievel tl at the nnhi s dor exjlimed t Mr Taft tie Iji d i i, or tht I n ban Qinn m co He was able to tell th" dent that afur thp hnrl n" was onl after American and it explained that Americans came British subjects for protection that the British sel of war pu the marines ashore The "iiasiestion that the was1 in connection with a o joint intenpiuion in a propose Mexico the nilod States and E gland w discredited JOIRNXL BTRf U Mm s Building D C April _'0_ The Ohio dplegition h fpw p CPT t uns seem to be makm" n thpir i cr io clot, h non per th bills of sort an 1 scrintion ith th PXC( p on of "n hlpi ool Tl IPIS Po ad 1 hut ot mtoli I n tills i all the er irp i I cxtpnrlpd r to th" in ipd has in a couglomera on rf u'i rp plniions je'itions tin mp- monals that made the jour al Clerk overtime and accunulitp wi burs Tho two Hamilton "o m m> u been moderate in att, n nt ing legislation in ton pan on wuh the crgressmen in the northera p tri of the state Representative t tk I ongwoi h has sent in t L 1111' cne a prune [pnsion hi 1 n 1 i irer his pet tanft board Alien bafi contented himself wita 01 e t lone i sr utinn the nnp d n, fcr 111" P inn ion of th" trpit w n Russia (omlidpd dt Si Pctpr burg in Tien comes Irp th rd district jr i T A] Cox has vnnt m two 111! pj i r" nli tion Onp of h" bill ills rnr a s r h d "a e of i i nrs fn mil r ri -n i thp 11 r i pn i rlj ifd ior IIP impro P and in of o i f o t Han ilto i u ro i 101 cal s on T ifi frr i 1 iili I lent of tnp ex] ccn !rj- to the I nilcd States, from the Ph 1 p- pi ie Island" from thp date n' their from "pun Ihrs thrpp m n were moderate introduction of bills but not so t1 others Mrst came Longwo th, Alien and Cox after them tne de uge Congressman of the I us 'ho st soc tona distrnt seems to iiaie a peu id to congress has takin cumt for public building" He n f duties there Mis lleretr s i turn in mcpaniiK to spread tub (Continued ou Page j> (Continued On Page Six) FIRST SOCIALIST NOW IN CONGRESS Secretary Knox And Republi- can Congiessman Also As- is Delayed April may not be reached on the Canadian reciprocib bOl m the house before to- night or Friday Former Speaker Cannon lias been one of the chief workers against the bill and in a three hour speech he assailed President Tafts motives and the argument of Congressman How land of Ohio He declared his unfail ing to the doctrine of piotec lion and said that the Intrinsic eii dences were abundant that onh the insistent demands of the metropoli tan (ansea the president to take the mitiatue to obtain a agieement with Canada He an amusing account of how in the sixtieth congress the bill free wood pulp was introduced and referred to tht wavs and means committee and with but one m itb was postponed Then Mi Cannon said Mr Het man Kulrler came to him and asked hat IIP ncognirp p member to mafie the motion to discharge the commit tc" ti whuh the s leaker replied the he could not do so Then was some nasty talk oh Mr t annon but I tnank God that when I appioaph the gates of the other of those places where Lake Shore Will Probably Re- new Proposition At Next Council Meeting. PUBLIC WILL THEN LEARN ALL DETAILS Another Effort To Be Made to _ Reach Acieen en! On Question, Indications now are that the gr de c ess ng problem will agam be taken uo by council m the near future Lake Shore attorneys, Wednesday ask-d for a special rreeting of courcil to consider the company s preposition and the counter proposit on of counctlmen some day or evening next week but the counc Imen declined to Arrange a special meeting As a result the matUr will p-obably be presented at tpe next regular meeting on May 1 Some time igo the I aKe Shore P presented to the ro uicil the dritt of ST o dnnnte for Tl P ehm n ition i It oroasmga nd fir tho ing cf tht, additional fourth track This draft is now m the hiPd-. of Sol citor Stemeraann It proiides for the el nura ion of gr-cwJea at crossings if the i so elects but esptcnln provides for the changes t Columbus Haves aienne C ounci'men considered the inosr important crossings and been inclined to sue them first attention The cttv also ing that the railroad companv should beai a larser propoition of the cosi of eliminating the death traps Ih3tt the state law requires the nllioad in the pronoseil ordnnnce offers to bear 7t pel cent of the of making the ehinge and Columbus irenuo The Hw proudet th u the sha av per ceni and the conipam 63 per cent it was claimer the time that the isilioil omi hid acced to ery clei land of the it) the oidmauce was i ejected tnp conn cilmen at an informs! meeting and some nen deman Is nnde 411 this v-is done at a secret nue ing Xow it IB proposed to take un the matter at an open and regrilu meeting of the council and cuss the whole prob- lem The railroad compam wants to imke sorao settlement with the cltv while the councilman are insisting np- the best possible terms Mean- time nt zens generally are demand- in? that something he done soon The d scussion of the situa- tion including' the s propo- sition and the demands in a regular and open meeting of the coun il will it is believed do much to clear up the situation ar 1 bring about a settlement of the differences. PHI UP 10' men go and where aiterward I wear an asbestos suit or a muslin halo 1 shall go with my head ered conscious of tr ed to preserve nu self respect The old foimer speaker then went on to how Mr Rulder re b in Imp bplnnl Mr in ind hit itPiiine to give Jinn Oon t( his ctmiaign i ind hpn 1 p si okt of the efforts or the new to gtt free wood pulp Mi (annon i high tnl me o th God for the countn weekh l mi on 1 Secutan Knox Congiessman Dalzell will t'o tl P dpbatp toi the opposition re] t bh e-s is that I State Official Will Decide Whether County Examiners' Report Shall be Published Si 1 a U di r uh Co 1 ink Whcthei it would be legal to publish, the report of the countv examiners In the lot ai newspapers was the question souareh plac" 1 befoip tut auditor of state bv Cou itv Deist th Ion T distance telephone to Colum- bus 11 moinni" The state of- ficial intimittd th it hp would sue an answr Fndav or Saturdav The vvbolp matttr ib up to the of the countrv nd th inked antloritics The ciuntv audit- or pnd th( count c i mis loners have agreed to bv his decision poi it i i sed the comm'ssion- tlu countv examiners 1 i port _i on their in ti-i'ivp affti the of t m rami In3" Rp d h d m p 1 IMLIUStS In r Th n M 0 ate o t it 1 inc he 1 lo ti il 1 i i to k t e i t in ed is? ot th thp ot hi! ibe u in re tn f men 1 1 Ki biTii ti of the id 1 1 A T d itr D Rxktf 1 on i 1 n 1 1 eb ir tie 1 a ifi ut b the Bled at ths It clntn- 1 tl cj that thfl Sen I wi not i 1 sal rolv at that tli ret rt h id no right to fl] i rei on If tr atp audi 01 1 tNt the rpoo'-t must be piiHhih- I ni Icr th1 lavr no will be mad" bv thf commi s or-ers c if n In! n I- l BUi al at l l tr T M V Cn a i K it n d to Mi o i it i d tnf I u P i h n ni 'il Dormer I lent G Htrd na: of Ohio will bo TI f rmc ptt at tbo annual ban i ic of the OMo soc eU n be heM he trim hottl Saturday in I H Gour'iv m on hard I xp it froii tn 101 1 [attrn nt Co a_ ot r iltu ONo b ate t in and in r i th( gut the o "anxation it Huron will dt nonstrttionb on pr ining and sp during the dav .peak foi( public mettinp, at t of He in 1 doi! ni ht Ihese meetings and demon stations are open to all who carp to, itt nd The trrrihc hail storm which over this rountv last summtr ill ni H datyigi to fi nt tiees and farmfii an fn a quaadgij :ib to the btst vrav to handle these i dating" 1 tn Manv o'd >pple iso causing a grtat amiuat ol (onjectiiK t, advi e cittin< u a 11 v t t ti ink others M tl m thtm whil others tXv not krovv what to do This orchard j i from the state university secured bv the eransp for of g 'ting inf rratlwn advice as to HIP best wij at arteg t fruit trees The Huron grange tut been tn mam la the pMt Od this latest attempt to do a rail i to the will donbttau I cuter] will donbUew interest In cJerooMtraUOM lecturn. 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