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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 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 SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 168 PEACE EXPECTED Attack On Juarez Called Off as Result of Armistice An- nounced Today- BfEXICAN FEDERAL TEOOPS MAKE GREAT PREPARATIONS FOE DEFENSE OF JUAREZ AND EL PASO FEARS BATTLE NEAR OEM. MADERO OFFERED CONCESSIONS TO DIAZ Terms Accepted Will Be Basis of Permanent Peace, It Is Believed WASHINGTON, April retary of War Dickinson an- hounced today that President Taft had received word from Mexico Gity that an armistice has been agreed upon in Mexico. Negotia- tions t o that end, it became known later, have been in pro- gress for two days with tyie full consent ef Gen. Madoro. Con- were offered by the lat- ter whioh, It Is now apparent, have been accepted by President Diaz and negotiations for peace will be- gin at once. This explains why Madero did not attack Juarez late 1 yesterday. The revolution practically end- ed at noon when Dr Gomez, official representative of Provisional Pres- ident Madero, announced receipt of a telegram from Foreign Min- ister of Affairs De La Barra, at Mexico City, announcing the ac- cegtance of the terms of an arm- Madero himself had ac- cepted Vie terms several hours earlisr. Peace, Dr. Gomez de- clared, would be established with- in a week, both sides having a- greed to concessions, jjr. Gomez announced that the terms of tho armistice are practically tlie terms of peace. Madero consent- ed that Diaz should be allowed to retain the presidency until after a fail- election is held and in return Dm IB to eliminal e Senor Liman tour from the gover br'ng about tbe resign President Corral and to remove _ large number of governors of various Mexican states who are objectionable to the insurgents. "Iu this way1' Gomez added "Diaz comes out with flying colors while we also attain our ends." TfiOOPS DEPENDING' JUAREZ- As the insurrectionists closed in on Juarez the federal troops in the city made preparations for defense The people of LI Paso across the river fear that when a battle is fought missiles from the rebel guns will cause loss of life and damage to property in their city. ton REPUBLICANS FAIL TO DEFEAT RECIPROCITY Democrats Get Credit For Passing Measure Urged By Presi- dent Taft To Lower High Tariff Wall- More Reductions Promised. FREMONT WOMAN MADE D. A. R, VICE PRESIDEN7 WVSMlNttTON, The offi- cial co'uiit competed after utmost J4 hours' v- k hv the j-lto-vg th.i' Mrs. T. Scott, of Himou-, re out of cMbt fo'' presuU-nt p. l of ,he 1) A. vote? iiiiri six woi e bi-inK Mrs. Scott w.n elected the entire vckei. except one vice p'vi-Mem avuenil re- lit vote? 'he number to elort and for nhirh po- sition a new ballot i.'kon today. When "U'-s .Scott entered C" 'nti nontai hull after the h.ul tn-en announced, nivcciled center uifle a dozen ch.n mms. pastes and followed by a having sreat baskets ;uid full of American RoamU s. jonquils and i o'her flott she .vod with I v, anpLmse. Sc irceh h.ul she mo tin ted the platform before Story asked recognition. She declared that she had no bitterness in hoi- heart 1'K-anso of her defeat and ur-uM, all the members of the orsani-atio i TO ir.ihoM us she intended to do. thej huicK of their elected president j geneia' Ten vice pros'tlen's general were to be elei ted All elected ei e Scott i as vids .Miss Hair'er, T. Lake of Iowa, who although tenth! in point of number had ten too few to elect. The nine, in the order elected, Miss Sophie Waples. Delaware; Mrs. Clayton R. Fremont, Ohio; Mrs. Allen P. Perley Pennsylvania. Mrs. James P. Bray- ton, Michigan; Mrs. Ben Gray, jr., Missouri; Mrs. James M. Fowler, In- diana; Mrs. Edwin C. Gregory, North Carolina; MATTHEW OF ILLINOIS CITY LAND VALUE 10PERCENTCUT Total Duplicate Announced On Saturday As Little Short of Twenty Million. ONE PER CENT LEVY IS EASILY POSSIBLE Ohioans See In Speaker Most Formidable Candidate Against Harmon. WASHINGTON. April pas-i tariff rates on many articles and free sage ot the Canadian reciprocity billitiaue in many others. in the last night bv the "over-' Adaed to il D.v tne democratic lealers is a section which C Oellul Ijlllletll- _ urufcls IK (t geCLIUU WHICH council, w whelming vote af to 89, was no authorizes and requests" President signation of Vice victory tor President Taft. Instead Tatt to make further efforts to se- Battle Probably Off. HL Aprji doubt prevails today as to whether Gen. lid- dero will ever make his attack upon Juarez he, had scheduled for three o'clock yesterday afternoon, and at which time lie declared a new arm- istice of 24 hours. It is known here that Dr. Vasqncz Gomez, insurrecto agent at V, aihington, has wired Ma dero that the attack would unquestion- ably bring by the United States and hurt the insurrecto cause. Negotiations for a truce had been called oft late jestcrday aud it is said that Diaz considered Madero's demands impossible. Then, it is be- tho demands were, modified. The rebels troops began moving but there was no attack. Braniff and peace commis- sioners, gave out a statement or theii proposals for settling the trouble and fleciaied Oral "Vfadeio would be to blame for the consequences of the war, inasmuch as he could at present accept a compromise with good grace. They dcclaied that they represent a "perfectly deSned public sentiment" In WASHIXGTON, D. C., April 22 across the i William .7. Bryan has written a letter to Champ Clark pledging his support to Clark's candidacy for the presi- dency. This pledge in blatk and whitt hopelessly di-'clllo urging of 'the Canada, 113 the form additional 1 reciprocal relations. All amendments to the bill were voted down. The section of the bill relating to free admission of pulp and paper pro- yoked tbe sharpest discussion, draw Strict Neutrality. WASHINGTON. D. C., Apiil Toe American sovernment seeks to collect, expeditiously, a complete re- port ef the fatts bearing ou the ques- tion of American neutrality in the re- cent bolder warfare of the Mexican revolution in order to a. prompt tesponse to Mexico's representations. With that purpose in view, the war aepartmeat sent a second telegram to Colonel Shunk, commanding the troops at Douglas, iiK., asking him to hurry his report on incidents af- fecting the United States m the bat- tle at Agua Prieta. That Mexico (may not complain of (Continued on Page 6) the republican party ii rided for, despite the president, a majority of therepublican congressmen opposed the measure. That the president was greatly disap- pointed is known. No party credit can ba claimed. Up to the very moment the ___ was taken the president WHS confident j ing rrom Representative Mann of (he bill wo aid receive the majority' mlnoio the ,eafler support of the republicans A 1 day statement that it was exactly in the long he had labored with' leading re- tcrnls on b publicans in the house endeavoring w Forme'r Speaker Ca sir15'attackea ms r there were frequent appeals on the republican side to stand by the pres- ''el'' down here and ident. It availed nothing for on the' the halls of congress to final vote seventy-eight republicans Ihem- Claimed Cannon, were i eastern! the bill and Representative Longworth of Ohio but sixty-four for It. Eleven democrats rented out that any reduction of du voted against, tlie bill ties as proposed in the free In view of the republican record, til the convontion. Ohio democrats who Save taken steps to advance the boom of Gov- ernor Harmon do not conceal the fact that thE.y fear Claike Wocdrow Wilson or any mare other than man. ties amendments The Ohioans arc now in harmony and iheir plans include a fight on Harvey Garter and B. W. Hanley, who are knifing 'Harmon. Senator Pomerene said the Ohioans are moic than pleased with the pledges and promises of support from all sections of the j country. Wilson, Jubilant, Busy. TRENTON. N. J., April iver having forced the state legisla- ture to pass the most sweeping pro- list i gram of reform legislation enacted b-- rola_' any state this fear. Governor Wood- au'rl row Wilson today announced his in- tention of making a lecture trip the the victory is a holljw one as far as between the United States and the White House is concerned. Theie all other countries as it would give is no other thought than that the re- Canadian goods a special preference Uie entire nest. Althoueji the trip is publican split will be reflected in the in the American markets. declared to be merely for the purpose next national convention. Stand-pat 1 "I challenge statement that we: engagements republicans are grinning over the vie- are soiii? to pass the free list bill J reaEO" Is to tory they say they over a repub- later on with thl expectaUon that i'" up of Wilson's presi- Ilcan president will not become said Demo-! ____________ Frank B Willis of the eighth Ohio cratic leader Tnderwood in reply to1 I i district one of the ti> vote against the reciprocity pact nents oi tne reciprocity bi'I. and the president The four other f_B. ,i5. hil1 _ republicans from Ohio we for the 'tnr 35f f' Li" -THE WEATHER :ast- Fair tonight heard from the democratic voting. Of the eleven -t pip negative votes cast on the democrat- De ic side, three came from Ohio be-! ing registered b.v Bathrick of Akron Berger of Wisconsin, Whitacre of Canton and Clavpool of the socialist member. ioted for tbe bill and Akin of-New Washington C. H Francis of JIartins Ferry did not know which way to Because ientiment in his district appeared to! be divided, he found it convenient to' be absent when the was taken. Accordingly, the sixteenth Ohio dis- trict was not represented in any way on the big annstion for which' con- gress -was called into session. The other Ohio democrats .voted for the Lull nuu Yor'" w voted a perature. Temperature at 7 a. m., 39 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 43 degrees. nvpn-3-tiLQim; ui Sun rises 3'iuday at a. m. vho ranks as an and sets at p. m.: lises Mon- iiainst it. The negative vote das at 4.38 a m., and sets at p. m., (standard time.) Mrs. Charles B." Bryan7 Tennessee, and Mrs. R. H. Edmond- son, West Virginia, Mrs. J. Morgsa Smith of Alabama was elected an hon- orary vice president general, and Mrs. Blroy M. Avery of Cleveland was re- elected editor of the American Monthly Magazine, the official organ of the D. A. R. Brewers Would Amend Law To Permit Vote On B? r Sale. AM INCREASE OF REVENUE "Drys" Oppose New Plan, Claiming Sale of Stronger Drinks Would Result. COLUMBUS, 0., April to present plans a bill drawn by the brewers as a last attempt to amend the Rose county option law will be In thanking We society for her re- the Kose law w111 be election, Mrs. Scott declared that Monday night by Senator while the members sometimes dif- Haas' would permit an independ- while the members sometimes dif- fered "in interpretation of questions of privilege or points of order, when it comes to questions of vital patri- otic principles the D. A. R. heart beats true." Deer on the Question saloons for the sale of As with other liquor measures there is no doubt ot its through the senate. speedy passage It is not expect- ed that a public hearing will be grant- ed for the new right in the house. A ready excuse is provided any' rep- resentative who may change his vote. Increase of Personal Property, However, Must Be a Little More Than Realty, Unless increased or decreased by the state tax commission, San- dusky's real estate duplicate for tnis year will be close to 000, over three times the amount of tht real estate duplicate for last year. The exajt figure as announced by Count; Auditor Deist Saturday taoro- is The estimate made possible by the conclusion of the labors of the city board of equali- zation las: weuk. According to. the first report or this body, sitting as the city board of re> view, real estate In the city was plao .'d on the duplicate at was added liy the equalizers their last session. Tlie sum ot however, was deducted leaving as balance of the board The hoiizontal reduction of ten pet cent in the valuations made by the city- board of equalization last Saturday mounted to 19. leaving the to- tal real estate duplicate in the city at the question that is bothering the is the amount of they will have to pay on tbeir real estate If the legislature passes bill providing fo one per cent, it taxes on real estate, provided the stats tax commission does not change figures of the county board of equa- lization, will be nearly and but slightly under the real estate tax- es of last year. The exact ftguiw are a minimum rate of is figured that He is supplied with an answer for as against for gry "dry" constituents who may in- 5'ear. a decrease of about Fire In Latter's Apartments, Discloses Possible Crime and a Scandal. PAHKERRSBCRG, W. Va., April 22 "What prompted you to vote for the Haas bill after voting against the Dean and Fulton The ready reply Is that lieer will relieve conditions yi Newark, Zanes- ville and other "wet" cities in "dry" counties, and without causing the niin wrought by whisky and other hard liquors. The chief result of the hill would he to open places for the sale of li- quor in territory now legally "dry." A VU., 1 1" 1 ".J. E. Curry, wealthy chair manu- Anti-sa oon leaders believe that with facturer, is dead, and Mrs. W E Cas- so1" ownly It will be practically key, wife of a fashionable restauran- to prevent, or detect sales ter, is dying as the result of burns re-1of wnlsliy and- other liquors. state revenues will be Local arguments of brewery loh- ceived early today, in Mrs. Caskey's apartments Curry was clad only in thl> ai _ __. .__ his underclothing when found in" the the hill. Any place where liquor of any kind is sold must pay -he annual tax. The Rose law's hi house. The origin of the fire is un- i known. tn 0 In addition to the burns about Cur-1 operation costs the state an- ry's body, there were severe wounds Dually. Most of this, it will he claim- about his head where he had been'.crt' TOI'ld be restored through the new struck by some sharp instrument. :lni3 tne menace of an empty treas- the time Curry's body was found In i "r-v averted. It also will be asserted Mrs. Caskey's apartments, Wm. Kas-ltnat without the evils of an nnre- key, the woman's 10-year-old son, was j saloon local revenues Trill per- also in the house, having run mlt JaLsintjffllice, fire and other de- As the auditor will not enter levies made until the leglslttiire de- cides on the rate, tai payers will ban to wait until that time. The city sessora of personal property are now busy at their work, and will make their reports within a month. increase in personal tai returns must be etiual to or a little more' than that of real estate values if sufficient enue Is to be raised by a one pw cent levy. A false impression that city board of review, sitting as a city board of revision next month, can the total figures of the real estate ap- praisers, seems to eilst In some quart- ers. On the all the revision body can do is to raise or lower the valuation on particular pieces of prop- erty, without varying from ths totals announced Saturday. PRINCE HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH citica J fiom a dance to get a clean collar J partments-4n some Young Caskey, it is believed, found' strfln'rth before the counties the couple together but he Insists i "dT-" they had trouble. their BERLIN-. April Henry of Prussia, brother of the Kaiser, had from COLUMBUS, 0., April peas, etc., dyed with sulphate of cop- DETErTIVES FREED CANTON', Ohio. April "HECTOR, WE CAN SHUT 'OUR EYES AND 'MAGINE ALL ABOUT IT." per or blue vitroil, are fo be put uu_' Moreland and Charles Phillips, "dry" der the ban b.v Dairy and Food Com-' detectives, were freed of the charges missioner Strodt's department, as ttlat tne-v nacl furnished intoxicants fast as it can be done Strode has or- to Per8ons in 'dry" territory. Justice his inspectors to push inoulr- ot Minerra dis-; ics in all mrK nt thp stile thp on the ground that its in all parts ot tbe state. his coun WQS ,uthout junsdiction ln them. Moreland was re-arrested an hour later on a charge of having furnish- ed liquor to Douglas Haines. voted wnen an aeroplane in which he had made a trip of 40 miles with Euler, became disabled. The machine struck the ground with great force but the prince escaped, with, a bad shaking up. bill, including brook, wlio a few clqys ago declared against agreement. The bill to put into effect the formal agreement reached between Presnrtent Taft r.nrl members of the Canadian cabinet, for a reduction of STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Dispatch building. O.. April remained in the city alter the ad- of the house yesterday aft- terDoon were rather free in dismissing the aoJon of the house, taken nith hardly a quorum present, providing for an adjournment on Mtu) 12th with the final get away on May 19tli The. claim tiat the senate has been dispos- ing 0f the bills as they came to thc n With remarkable rapid'ity and all the fijslaj that has been caused in the ses- sion eoffiM from the lower house Im- rtaflt bills are being held back in beast, and the senators want some to consider them just as the members have insisted uoon II Is given them it will be hapesslkle to adjourn by May 19th AttMdlsx tte plans of Flr-oi t Russell the house will tarns 12th until the Wth Un mmnbors will come back and tr tlis reading of the Journal, set tte Sills all signs! and receive their Tonshert In fuU ffjr ticir work. The tooek'9 mmm is made necessary in tte tlma to en- til tte Ulti Ud ttelr journal entn- made in to -the minute The dat" was srt onh after a ron- ferenre with Speaker Viains r.ifjt Governor and FVor Leader Russell, and it gr, to .senate npxt Monda> eveninc foi raiimntion. and where it i-: expected nov. a neek more will be added to it. ami the fig- tueg changed JIaj J'J'n to May 17 antj from Mav 19th for the final getaway to Maj 24th House members dfciaro that tho senators have not worked wiih earnestness that have, and that if the sessions co-.tiiaifci tfciotighont Friday, instead of taking their ad- joiirnmcnt on Tlmrfda> noon of each week they would have mu.-h more work It is agreed tra' night will be necessary if the adjournment is taker, at any in May. and according to the present program will begin next week. While the two branehrr, v. ere ad- journed the members of im- portant committees remsnied in the city, and four v ere on at the same time in different paits of (Continued on Pago 2) Police And Parents Searched For Lad Who Was a Stow-- away On The Arrow. Councilman Donahue Says "Nothing Doing" So Far As He Is Concerned Emmett, Frank A. en-j ear-old Commenting upon the rumor that six c-ouiu'iimea neie to bring a damage suit agair.n irayor be- cause of alleged reflections contained Donahue. Saturday momms, said: "There's nothing to it. as far as I fltn cone-itred. Of course I -annot for the rest of the council- men. "Ai the present time I have no in- to bring damage suits a- the mayor. Of course, condl- iFtanlim ttrr-et. a pupil at st Man's wnst the mayor. Of course, condl- missing all yriila. aittiroon which do not exist now might meniiK. v.a  l-ad mot wrh some acudent when (hi- oa-ne ii'o Saluiday morning the hoy aln am i I-ifle Knimott thoueht that Fridav's loo fint- to spend 'he aft- ernoon in school He decided to be a sailoi on a hi; hoat and went to the Columbas dock where the steame, Airow was to clfar for the islands. went abo.inl the boat and became a stowav. a> for a 'ime Not untl! the   the crew learned of the lad's predicament and ho was taken in chaise by the who shared his quarters with the bo'. Satin da> he wu brought back to the city on the steamer. The fellow Uiy very much. to have enjoyed According to the rumor circulated Kriuay. and former statements made at council meetings, six of the city nag? suittd a- The state- ment cf Mr Donahue throws serious the pioposition that a-ay c.u' will be startfd. it is believed. Mr Donahue intimated ihat con- trol in s> liciween thc mayor aod tin council was not ended, as far M On council was ,-onccrnod. "There wtll be something doing along that BM, at the next council meeting" be tfp- chared Asked what tbe cirnnrlfofH had up their sleeves, he docUaed state. No suit asalnst tire tnaror vM 1M Bt the court-house Saturday, ing to word county cterk. from AKRON. 0., April nurhtei coltene, tw to-the effect teat tU.n4.tt received la ttn to NEWSPAPER   

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