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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               WARMER DAYS COMIMG WILL DEVELOP MANY "WANTS" WHICH A CAREFUL READING OF STAR-JOURNAL ADVERTISEMENTS WILL HELP SUPPLY. THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY APRIL21, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 165 MEXICAN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND LEADERS OF REBEL MOVEMENT EXPECT SUCCESS IN ENDEAVOR TO MAKfc PEACE Disappointed At May Act If al Taft's Refusal To Intervene, El Paso People Bullets Come Their Madero's Fin- Ultimatum Ignored By Diaz. EL PASO, April announcement today of leading dtizens that they themselves will take a hand in the shooting should bullets fall m this city when General Jladero attacks Juaiez at thiee o'clock this afternoon, Baa created great alaim Such an act would involve the United States in serious relations with Mexico and o.dr-rs have been issued to the tioops here to prevent anything of the kind at all hazjrds The situation, how- ever, is most cntical as El Paso citizens rssent President Taft's decision not to intervene in Mexico even if there should lie a -repetition of the kill- ing and wounding of Americans the 'wi'W. Madero announced that he -would begin the attack this afternoon unless President Diaz, in the meantime, re- signed. Madero will also resign as pro visional president and accept in that capacity any member of the Diaz cab- inet until an election can be h_eld "All that the federals want is time to bring up he said when asked if he would consider an armistice. "I will give Diaz twenty- four houis to he said to a delegation at El Pascraos and Mexican citizens that called on him in his camp in the hills near Juarez and asked him to consider peace terms. This assertion was also a replj to Gonzales Garcia, secretary general of the revolutionary junta, who carried a message from Dr jrimez in Wash Fulton Bill Fails To Satisfy Politicians in Many Coun- ties Of State. i ITTI c DADTV AnwAMi-itni- LITTLE PARTY ADVANTAGE Most Districts So Close That Results Would Be Same As In State, COLUMBUS, 0., Anril sition in large chunks has already sional gerrymander as proposed b> ReDresentative Pulton, of Licking countv, and only a few of the counties to new districts from When the that are switched have been heard news reaches the rural districts more opposition is expected and when the special committee makes its report next week they will have a hard time trying to please all tne voters of Ohio. The bill got through to its second reading without a moment's delay. ington, asking for a delay ;n tbe at- tack. "Diaz must surrender the presi- dency." This he said, was his final to all atempts to bring about peace or a truce of arms. The volunteer n-aace commissioners who visited the provincial president and insurrecto commander, went un- der permission of the fedeials and white Dags After the conference Ma- dero dictated the following: "The peace commission came un- officially and asked under what terms I woiild make peace. T said I would agree, as I have already said to Dr. Gomez, that, in the interest of peace, I would resign as provisional presi- dent of Mexico, but only :f I con- sider that the will of the people has been satisfied: otherwise the revo- lution will continue, notwithstanding anj peace negotiations. I know all the people want the retirement of Oen. Diaz and no re-election. For ,uu.uc.ut.o uemj, that purpose, I will accept as provi- and went Into the hands of the com- sional president any one of the mem- mittee that will make a report not bers of the present cabinet who will later than Wednesday of next week call a. new election. I In the meantime they will go over "In case this condition is agreed I every detail of the bill, over every upon, we want Juarez to be deliveied .district, and will listen to complaints to us, and then an armistice will that they will be able to back up signed. I will wait until tomorrow; their report with arguments as to evening to hear the result of the why and wherefore they ask or recom- peace negotiations, which are being mend the changes that are called for directed by Dr. -Tasquez Gomez. If In the bill, tommorow night no answer comes, I will commence hostilities." Madero today placed his troops in three divisions ready for the battle. One under Garibaldi is stationed with the artiller> in the hills to the north- enter into the contest which west of Juaraz from which point the change matters It is evident that city will be bombarded. Oroico is the democrats have faitli m the future stationed to the west and the third of the party vote in the state for csmmands, under Madero. is held m the least little political titlal wave reseive back of Rancho Flores. It is would make national representa- tlon so much either republican or (Continued on Page 6.) democratic that the other fellows wouldn't know they were ever in thick of the fight. Debates win uay warm, and tho rural members of the house and sen- ate who have tlie congressional bee buzzing around their bonnet will try to create a furore bv their arguments both for and against the bill and about the most elaborate display of oratori- cal fireworks that has been indulged m during the present session is due makes its report. In the meantime petitions, telegrams, letters and even delegations from the different coun- ties m the state will make life miner- able for the members of the house who will be impressed with the neces- sity of getting ttiis or tlut county in THE WEATHER Forecast: Fair and Sat- urdaj warmer Saturday Tempeiature at 7 a de- grees Temperature one vear ago to- degrees. Sun rises Saturday at 4-41 a. m. and sets at 6.18 p m. (Standard Time Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today 8 miles northeast at 3 15 Friday uioiuiag MEET IN SECRET 1 Renewed Attempt To Prevent Grade Crossing Settlement Is Knocked Out. SOLICITOR EXPLAINS PLANS FOR SESSION Early Morning Raid of Island House Results In Several Arrests PROPRIETOR OUT ON BOND Claims He was Imoosed Upoi By Couples Who Sought Crusade Police Captain Kenneih and thre patrolmen sv -il down on th Island FC-ISP on Water street short ,3 o'clock Friday morning well-known loci and arrested young men who were found in rooms two girls, said to b with from Fremont, and whom thev took to the hotel. They were charg with disorderly conduct. Harrj Sanders, proprietor of the hotel, was arrested about 9 o'clock Friday morn mg and charged with keeping a dis orderly house. He is out on bond and is to appear m mayor'' court Saiurday morning for a hear ing The girls, who are both vonng anil prettj but are unknown to the police registered at the station house as Dora Grey, 21, of Cleveland and Helen Philips, aged 19, of Lorain. Both wore rather attractively dressed Their male registered George Wernet, 21, of Lorain and I John Arnold, 24. of Elyria. I young men however, reside in San dusky. They gave bond several hours he Madero revolutionary officials followed by a gener- Junta at Washington, Dr, Vasquez Go- n the United States are en- civil war. mez. General Madero refused to a- each and are to be given a hearing deavoring to reach an understand- of Foreta Miuster De i, R "H PS" to aa he Monday. ing regarding the terms of an ar- the" SvSStenS? atty One very noticeable feature of the new gerrymander bill fs that most of the congressmen will be elected only when the state ticket of their party is elected, unless local issues TOL1 I n Tompk fl LI card in M "CIos i Hi 111 late em win Election Results Reversed On And NOW There'll Be Trouble. ZfON CITY, 111., April 21.-The bit- _.., u, lllcll tefest court fight that h% ever rent another district, m order Opposition Party, Led By Mrs. Story, Concedes Defeat At Election. 50 PROTECTION TOLEDO, 0., April 0, Tompkins, saloonist, placed this the window of his place: ised on Sunday. We accum- I iaie enough on week days and do j not have to work on Simday-r-al- 4 so we respect Billy Sunday." i Notwithstanding this the po- and arrested three April re- election of Mrs. Mathew T. Scott, of Illinois, as president-general, of the D. A. R, by a small was con- ceded tbis afternoon by Mrs. Elizabeth Foe, press agent for Mrs. William Gumming Story, of New York, who opposed Mrs. Scott. With Mrs. S istration ticke. ._. __ ._ ._ _____ and the supporters of Mrs. Scott now gleefully declare that Mrs. Story has heard her polite il death knell. The action of Mrs. Torbet, of Chicago, in nominating Mrs. Ston after she had been instructed to support Mrs. Scott is said to have reacted as a boomer AlULYVlLllBLHUUlIlg LUIS IU6 lice raided tie place as a disor- TWO Committees Named By Washington Delegation To- day to Promote Boom. I derly house i women. Senator Harmon Story the entire admin- et went dow'n to defeat Taft Labors Hard To Gain Support of Reciprocity From Own Party. WASHINGTON, April WASHINGTON, D C, April a meeting m the office of Senator Pomerene tihis morning a presidentiaLboom ws The entire-rfsmooratie: delegation was present at the confer- ence and Lieutenant Governor Nich- jols came from Columbus especially to be present. Senator Pomerene presided at the meeting and two committees for the advancement of the boom were ap- pointed The meeting was held with the approval of Harmon. The entire democratic ici) esentatioja is unani- mous for Harmon and each one will boost his presidential ambitions that one Zion City, the home of the moek and party or the other will be sure some the righteous, is in sight, following times, if not always of electing a con- Tuesday's bloody battle, in wbich W. gisssman regardless of the uav the Kurd Clendincn, majoralty candidate state goes. As the bill is now the of General Overseer Voliva, was elect- paity tbat carnes the state will carrv ed by a pluraht> of five votes with it onlv the state ticket but Zion City will see an election con- the Ohio delegation to congress test in which the children of the After unanimously adopting the of- prophet, fiom Voliva down, will be ficial adjournment" lesolution the charged with election frauds, repeating, house abandoned the regular Fridav cormption and every other crime of tbe ballot. (Continued on Page 5) "While the contest is giing on. Voliva will be busy. Election Judges John ADDr-si rnr. A Haraley and William A Curtiss, ARIZONA S APPEAL FOR INTERVENTION DENIED of the independent faction, will be prosecuted. Voliva sajs. for throwing 86 Voliva voters bodilv out of tho polling places The Volivaites refuse to obey the Biblical injunction and turn the other clwk Instead, they are fighting mad and add that they are going to drive tbe porlt and ov'ster- eating. cigarette-smoking infidels from Zion City oven if they have to use guns to do it. Voliva's voters elected three of the five, member's of the city council, each with a majority of three votes The vote for citv clerk resulted in n The counting of ihe ballots showed that the Dowieites. though sons of the n an-] ti-e "hewn children, still remember something of practical pol- itics as exemplified in the gang-ridden The first count showed that the anti-Volivaite.s i.ad won by 34 votes. The independents went wild, said .Tudge .1 A. Lamond standing on Jits head to show his elation. A re- count was demanded by the Voliva fiction it was ended, ten rotes had disappeared and the Voliva adherents had won The jubilation ImmediaMv changed and the Voliva faction, led 05- Wilva. paraded the streets singing ang, although planned as a coup to reach a vote tonight on the Cana-, The committees are to publish an stampede the congiess to the New ''ian reciprocity bill, tho house todav addiess in Harmon's behalf and also fork candidate. There is much nto last three hours of to extend the otganization Lieuteu- ter feeling over the calling of Mrs seneral debate on the measure. Hep-1 ant Govei nor Nicbols made an address The arrests, so the city authori- ties state, are in line with a police crusade wliich is 'o be prosecuted in an effort to stamp out such places where young girls are being taken for purposes Mayor Lehrer says such places are doing more harm than the dens against wbich such a howl was raised recently. Harry Sanders, arrested for conducting a disorderly house, de. I nies that he has or intended to M- low bis place to be used for anv such purposes as the officials allege. He claims that since he has been in charge of the placehe has not given any persons rooms whom ho had the lest supposition were not entitled to register. He claims that the two young men and the two girls appeared at his place shortlv after two o'clock Fridn; morning and were assigned, the men to one room, the girls to another. At- torney Henry Schoepfle representing a strong-defense will According to the storj of the girls arrested, they had been to a local dance with the two fellows Thursday night Early Friday morning, the po- lice noticed the two couples on the street It is claimed they tried to get lodging at the Mitchell House on Water stieet, but there the two couples were refused admission. From that hotel, they went to tbe Island House. The police watched their move- ments and the arrests followed The two sirls were unable to give uu me uiuctbdie. uu.tiiiui esentative McCall led the republican i boosting Harmon. opposition Chahman Inderwood oc-1 j-r A A m A r _ I cupied the floor for the last hour. A! A I A A CYliP 1 big majority in favor of the bill is cer- i tain. _ _ __________ Torbet a "traitor." Mrs.. John F. Yavvger of Xew York, sHpporters of the measure in the de-1 asked if it was fair that am one 'iate aml Representative Dalzeli the I should enter tne room where the tell- onposjtlon Inderwood oc- ers were counting J "Two years ago." she said, "when I was a teller, the president general] twice entered the room." i President Taft put in practically This was at the Scott election, be-1 the entire das trving to line up the re- fore Mrs. Donald McLean had left the publican forces to support the meas- chair and the accusation was direct at the bonoiarr president gen- _____ eral then on tbe platform, seconding niajoritv tbe president for tbe sake a motion on election management the part> wants the republicans to Mrs. McLean ignored tbe statement support it unanimously Ten or The administration ticket was: Mrs.'twelve of the congressmen who have Mathew T. Scott, president-general, jDeen opposed to it heretofore were Mrs Henry L. Manu, vice-president- called to the White House today and Understanding Was that Open, Public Meeting Was De- Slight Differ- ence, "I understood and so told tyw clerk, and think the members so understood, that It was not to be a secret meeting, but a special meeting It would be up to the council to decide whether or not it should be secret." In these words, City Solicitor Steinemaun Friday very effectively of a story that an effort had been made by w. E. Guerin, jr., at- torney for tne Lake Shore railroad, to bring about a secret meeting of the council to consider the .grade cross- ing question It was apparent tEit the story, as published in the morn- ing, was designed to increase any pos- sible existing friction and so to furth- er delay if not entirely defeat the tlement. It was made to appear that Mr. Guena asked for a special meeting "behind closed doors" As a matter of fact, he had declared himself Thursday in favor of an open, publio session He said he preferred a spe- cial meetms in order that council might give its attention to the grade Mossing question alone in tae of reaching borne amicable He took the matter up with Solicitor Steiuemahn who arranged to councilmen notified. The councilmen objected to a. special meeting next week and so the matter went over "Mr. Guerin tnld me that Mr. of the Lake Shore, wished to submit a proposition and asked if a special meeting could be called for that par- said Solicitor Sttinemann Fit- day. Of course, there is a big distinction between special and secret A special meeting Is frequently called ;o act upon important matters and tho proceedings are public, the same aa :hose of regular meetings. Occasional- y the councilmen meet informally, and behind closed doora. to discuss questions. In the last few months here have been several such meetings o consider the gi ade crossing question and now the matter has reached thft point where formal action can be tak- en. The general demand for tha abol- shment of the death-trap and the known sentiments of men favorable to the improvement will hardly be overcome by the evi- dent attempt to arouse personal feet- ngs. It is believed. COUNT IS THRASHED AND THEN ARRESTED CHICAGO, 111, April Da ieaufort, son-in-law bf Steel Masnats Cillgallen, has again been thrashed nd arrested. This time tie thrash- ng was done b..- Allen McCullongi, 9, who charges that De Beaufort was oo attentive to his wife. De Beau- ort had called on Mrs. McCullouett ast night when McCulloush called im outside, whipped him and then ad him anested. FOI'GHT WITH TABLE IE6S POTTSVILLE, Pa, April With i UK were unable to give bond until Friday afternoon when the I legs as thelr weapons. Adam young men raised the necessarv Hanselman and William Colonis, in- amount. The hearing was set for mates of the county insane asylum fnllCTht O dlml trt llnntt. Tuesday. fought a duel to death. Colonis was found b ing on the floor with his head battered in while Han- selman stood over him uninjured. I Colonis died shortly afterward. while there is no question that it will i--- passed by the democratic Mpo ronPna yc VV. rcrKIMS, Y, M, c A. NEXT FORMER SAWKY IJI New York, Would Give It Is Stated. general, Miss Florence E general Pierce, chaplain- asked to cbanse their attitude State ami party affiliations were re- peatedlv broken i concluding H. L recording sec- hours of the fight Democrats de- retan- gr-neial. noonced their fellow- democrats for corrcspondms i supporting a republican protective Mrr W recretarygeneral. .principle: and republicans hurled crit-j G. M. Brumbaugh, against their feliow republicans general. for marching with the democrats to- Mrs W. D. Hoover, treasurergen-.ward the free trade goal era! Mis The freedom of tbe debate against Bas.ett. bistorian-gen-.the bill b.-ought forth from Mr pres-nt that a'vigoi'ooVaeifation An enthusiastic campaign for the establishment of a Y. M. C. A. in this city, to be inaugurated at the beginning of next was the plan endorsed at the con- ference of representative citi- zens with A. G. Bookwalter, state secretary of the Y. M. C. A., at tire Sunyendeand Club Thursday night. It was tbe unanimous opinion of the Th lh i, of the the it h.stor-lknowlcdsement that Democratic Lea- be sure to meet Secrc- ,dcrrnd-nvo3d had teen "exwedinglv tan- Bookwalter expressed his belief AII f lfillr to those opposed that Sandusky could land the Y M C All are fiom ,he Disti.c- of Comm- to tbe bill. Most of the crlitcisms of A building, provided that initial larze ma. except .lire, h.isseit, Man land, the bill were tram agricultural sec- contributions were secured, and gave and .Mn, lygon. Mas-arbusett- tlons am! basod on the belief that i instances of much smaller cities which 11 eciproeitv with Canada, under the are operating successful plants. DIRIGIBLE BALLOON (agreement, would injure the agricul- CRASHES INTO TREE j turnl interests of the Vnited States. BERLIN. April bis dirieible balloon Pniscval VI. wliich today starte! for Amaterdajn on the first Richard Sloan is the governor of international aena.1 passenger cairj GovfclCH'D E. SLQMf- 
                            

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