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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               t, EVERY BOY AMD GIRL WANT S AN AMERICAN FLAG AND THE STAR-JOURNAL OFFERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET ONE FREE! CALL AT THE OF FOR BLANKS------------------------- THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY MAY 8, 1911 LAST EDITION PEACE TO FOLLOW DIAZ' RETIREMENT Madero, Greatly Pleased, Orders All Military Operations Stop- including Attack On C apiial, Pending Another Ar- mistice and Actual Resignation. NUMBER 179 HE1PI ISS, Jl IHKZ ATT ICRID. EL PiSO, lex, Ifaj S-flith Hndero utterly unable to coi irol Ills men, a herie battle is being fought by iosurrutos to take Juarez. HnndreiK at -.hots hnie ntff exchaiigvd nltli mam hullets fullim: 01 the Aniem in Mde tonio Garcia, watching the battle iron the lnniu.au was struek by a hiillet and killed and I ins Heruiuide? wouuilid It is feared UK battle nil! haie a most Sfrions efffit in tlie peJie IKRO- tiations lladero is muling flan. tic cftorts to stop it. SCENES IN MEXICO CITY WHILE TWENTY THOUSAND REBELS WERE ENCAMPED NEARBY READY TO ATTACK WHE'J DiAZ CAPITULATED DIAZ' GOLD HERC' NEW YORK May bul lion valued more than 000 has just been received at the United States eub-trezsury here and is believed to be the property of President Diaz Following tne custom of Soutji American ru ers Cuz is believed to have sent his fortune here so ibat he will not lose it m the evert he las to flee The gold sent to the mint by a Mexican banking firm wi.j-1 tbe request that it be melted down and held for future orders EL PASO May the announcement of President D az thai he will resign Francisco Madero today i s wil hngness to enter into another armistice until Diaz sets a speci ic date for his resnnation Madero today called off al! militaiy opera tions until the Armistice is arrang ed Peace Madero bel'evea will come within a veek T naturill an verj glad to hear that Pre lent Dm hum the announcement said Gen lUadeio I am going to 'end a am lo him a 01 ce concra i! it n him on hi. _____ patronsm for t ccrtanh was an act tint r-m red the highest kind of pe. b% anaic-hy so-al sacrifice L P'emdent drc arpd that his Feanng complications w th the not to relmcjuish the pres- Ir ted Sates Madero has given 01 at tms tlm' was not due to s BH m ianlty or ]me of powe] lepeatodlv lefusmg to quit im 'der fire despite UP appia of hi-, cabinet mam o' his strongest adbcienls the iged presi dent issued a manif stj to the p op e of Mexico his intentio i to this manier the president vntual l atcec'v to the dc i mat. of tiincis co I Madero tint IIP make announce- ment ot such intention As to ivnen ieace is actually letter- ed Gen lesen. s the t> be t e j In tne of hw mani- frsto it vill be when accoidin to the dict-ites of conscience 1 am to-iM tie revel ition cm bolder t( v ithdiaw non fir itie I h ms f al the m !Mir tos o'o t Pi dad imret ire 1 ed o novc ill vaid piesumajlv tovai 1 Me iro Ci he eace nes got. itions hal piovcd in eutne fa 1 he ower'at this time had no atti action accompanied as it i, bv tiemonlous responsibilities and wor- r> He b was niompted sc elj bj a re to consene the best inter ests of his lountn The president nude t ar that he I "re Pa ol the lorcVfott ptreb'aert l h, i rez last n Fht nof to abandon the pies moie and well have r Iris vas the lenear ncc do anv vas tne lepeai time un-lei commiliion manifpsto was bi t it will not be One month r ico C v el v ni-h the iejcl load e s pi ei aud ioi the nurcn President ni niPde p blip to a snit offi iJh tr> Tndge Carbdru'fo, toimal tlansmssion to Dr The oiomisp of tl pro ident Not Definitely Rpt T e to tK of and r-rrv f reTPt "v revolutionists will MfcXICO CITY Mav 8 ie decis De incidental cab net meeting Gen i mi teis his Resignation's Date na vivjvy t i >liiv 5 1 Ie Q6C1S "c It'ClUellUl ion of Pivsident Diaz to lesign as soon It v as at t cab net as peace u, restoied came onlj as a D'az annonrced to MAYOR ACTS UPON GRAFTING CHARGES THE WEATHER st mngl t, Ti d iii i t a at i m x dc gl Ct S lemintip om vtJr a-o o" d -.in t b a ises T i lav u 4 11 a m ana sets it i m tanjaid ti" lumu i wii 1 v 'oc i to -4 1 o 11 e ii i i o i oii i i HI b V h n 0 'av n >iu a t Waicr Works Superintendent Cronenwett Suspended Pend- ing An Investigation. OFFICIALS PREPARE TO SEEK ALL FACTS and Solicitor Confer As Drorejue And Former Rsp1 es To Auditor ASSAULT All IBM Pand "g an in -jtiaatiOn of tho cba'-ges re'e red the b C ty A IQ tor Lo n t Nit Cron en onuay morn ng BUS a "J bv nr Lehrer Service C pg named Aged Inmate He Was Knocked Down A ,d With a Care. cpc to fi u -e o v a t g u cu ctarfes ts one ILO i t jf Mi or c G iftp o HI U oe tak INVESTIGATION PROBABLE Complaint of Alleged Made Tu u iane Off'cei v DPI 11 l IP er w or I 0" 1 U d t Oil b i uc ar nei t oih lu M Jo u FEBDEU1H last resoit de, sion F v0 and'a'haif _______V16' dls e i tl p te ins Of I be man, fcsto ?nd a 'u-   Offiouiij ,V1S stated that Madero Hid his ad 1'crs weie gu Itv of be tra ing m In injecting m to the eon'cicnce either sc retlj 01 oienh the question of the piesidenls IP iFniton It v is declaiPd that it lud bein agreed to in confidence that' tc lomt shoild not be permitted to become an is up U no place in Ihe manifesto is neie made mention of a new elec tion According to the constitution rfiimtiou is equivalent to political TOSTORIA 0 Mav dc-atl so far as it are ts the sn ce' I Qumn oC fell down ialrs at the The ice pies dent wo lid as house where 1 e lived frac WASHIMCrTON jv two the chair and he bis tl all aied of genenl debate on the fanners b> e minis free list bill actual consideration of f" In the the measure was bpgui todav s fn n SP110US 3 skk and nouncement w ls ma IP that final vote ea e ol a s on It woiIJ prolablv be taken before 'e ii_ _ t _ _. u ins brodld ire Per Cent Cut On Manufac- tured Goods. VOTE ON FREE LIST BILL Measure Expected To Pass tne House Before Adjournment Monday Night, 1 t three i n i WASHINGTON Mav cornered ace between tr and an automobile broug t cppsful close s the house T 'I ice The event was-we i 1 bill win pas w ho am mi f" be thp coln Beich" tlle m thc th ee DETROIT Marrrnreofimlnown n-AriHl''isS agreed to euppoit the t 10 measures_______________ grounds Ch urman tndervood sail After the house passes the fiec list till the and nc n s con i t will begin innied atelv the considcra tion of thc wool s hedules It is trip that theie are differences in the paitv regarding wool but I feel c' that we will be able to diaft a bill accepta- ble to the part) is a wri in t at It nlll be leaely within i few Proposed investigation of the Ican compai.v as a tinst p e vided for in a resoluti >n introduced bv Representative Fiancis of Ohio dcni ocrat probabh w ill 1 but democratic leaders declare it will h-n no effect whatever upon the wavs and means committee in its prop >seu IP vision of the wool tariff A sweeping investigation of the en tire sugar leaning nric ticallv assured todav when the hous rules committee reported favorablj on the resolution of Representative Haid wick authorizing the probe 1 j i teltigation will have particular refci fnce to tbe An-encan Kehiims Do, or sugai trust TO INDICT TWO SCORE SAYS PROBE'S BACKER Grand Jury Resumed Work At Columbus And Will Hear Froln Members Of Employers' Association. BURNS HOT SHOT NEW YORK May Wm J Burns today indignantly demea tie charge tnat hs opera fives leJd Ohio legislators astray at Columbus by offering them bribes Induce them to take bribes' he exclairred Why if those fel lows heard thqt a man witb money was around they would break down the door of his room to get to him You could pass a bill who is mcl- of ill Ohio to a p agu" without dr ving the legislature There are Co Protest Free Paper WASHINGTON Mav the fenate committee heinng on the Can KHan redprocitv treatv vigoiois pio- a lot of grafters there test -was made todav admit steal a bucket of coal They ling Canadian paper free into the chased my men everywhere to get United States Tudge Sullivan of Phil the com Tjhey could smell a dol Idelpbia one of the leadi ig book pa lar a mile off per makers of tne countrv declared Ihe treaty would put 'he Amencan p i mills out of business affecting he COLLMBIS Mav the re- leclared 46 such mills with a com summg of the gland jur piobp into Hned capital of 000 WO and 30000 the legi lative boodlmg 'oipv s ere imploves Officers of tne National tarv Opha Moore of the Ohio Mann tange also appeared before the -om fact irek Associa'ion which broughtLf It th'S rT' Blttae declaring there was "vigoron, aboi t the invtEtigal en declared he f ha? on ln bposltloH in dlfterent states to coi fident thct at fortv leg enter would be indaied He dc uo panuijuoj) ample finds alsi pro v led foi dit mvn t T i contin e rltfinflv m ,ide ition to be "rnnn j irv nobe b anie j'arrson assistant r gcantat a n s of t s mtc was in ojh w ness examined h s moini- the trand jui v Si mmonses how ei i eue-1 for ohe offiters of 'he Ol n Cnal Dealer ation to PC wh part the fork in the pas -i-e of several bnl affecting their n terests T' ere bis been a demand 10 robe ai d who is en ir1' ort e represent i or 1 nam countv said 'd oppose a s apiropnafon fo the and rv v e mill tne- facts w re di closed Moore I The investigation into briberv and corrmjiion in the Ohio genera! as serrblv is a mater at o n wh ch> I have ven luile to at th s tmie It was ahsoluteh reci-.sar> on ac oaunt of condi lors that had become simplv intoler 1 Ie It Is common talk that this sort Out With The Grafters Bv all means there should he a thorough investigation of the af fairs of the cit; The Star Journil believes 11 it it there is anj "raft or w long doing of anv kind it should be shovm u Charges thus fai made allege the follow n emplov e of the water w oiks t worked sevenl hours for Superintendent Cronenwett helping bmld a chicken coop He received no compensation he sajs except Ins reguhr pav from tnp citv This means that possiblj a dollai or evei M.I ille galh i iid out of the treasinj Ihe giafters must be p ished It is also alleged that m these enligh d i swheneigh'h houis ,s geneialh osed to constitute a daj s oik the men digging tienches foi the water work, depaitment wei credited with ten horns wo.k instead of nine hours at 20 cents an 1 our in ordei that thev mi h' earn 52 a day 01 a week for the port of th, mselves ,d their families the council having declnn c illow i rite of 2 1 2 cents an hour m this scheme several do' Uen illeeallj paid out Ihe giifteis must be punished' nei chnr-e is that tlle c now biiving meter ,nd covus from the lav Toundiv r at f each in ti d of f I 1 e 11 c foimerlv charged by the i Machine Co UihoiJ, ,t ,s cl, mid that the Motz conn nv still i them Thus tne eitv mint av out te i cents more each for tl n0iis number of metei nn-s lnd color, used and the 11 in itsrighteous indication calls it the prize transact o l i ie water woiks elepirtaient The new doubtless ad' h as fourteen or fit em dollars 01 possibly to tlle {l< 11 The grafters mutt be pirn shed' T lie red that citv i mplovo, are selling street sweepings T lusca e loses ,0 cents or more revenue which it didn t hid comint It has been rumoied also lint ci I ot them-given to the -.olice and hw d aitn ents in the I ast b5 e'raimg aid thinirm ntizcng m express on of flu, apireciiton of iooj vvolkdone hiv, LI r S lOkri) in Till IN srrui oi- I.HNC IIRM-DINTO run TRI ihere wao -Iso i iiimor tint a cit ien gave the do c itchc r i lencint o i i to c n v nv v i useless cur Isnt it iwfil' Surplv Major leluer anl ol icr o a, a re adnnnstri ion The graftet mist b i i s- d Sleu hs of aic ud o i in evic nee r e no i n gels o t 01 II finm d i irtmentb h" controls Out with h mi giafters' the co r 1 h saved the citv qii e h IR l I P  h i in o lit nil n u m n, 1M d ins l t tue ndi re ot m i t 10 s Kildinl 5Pm t ip in unit HIP niavi si l ,j means kec t 01 pveiv jet of e "if tv m 1  n iking i c oneh n v aaj i trust trat e w ill co e a c wuh me in find the guiltv panes to any irregu iarltv vein immediate favoi, I am erv ti i Iv vours CFOKGE T U.HRFR I am ceitamlv gointo fo force in Investigation 'espite efforts be nst m de to h-ne it appear otherwise de- the nnvoi I lont caie what V.IH itoi loth savs he is going to do I hive been told that an emploje of he Registei went o it to Schoepflns hoi se 'ate one night rectntlv to set him to bi n an affidavit wtnrth had ah each pieoared Schoepflin so I have been told was roused out of bed the aMiiavit was read to him and he then signed it lo start with this indicates who K behind it all Startling stones of crafting and ct on the iirt of the citv emplovet, are being sent out to Cleve and iidicule' land nie's t-om iht office of thu 'oine of the othei Inmilps institution Bun es md ie lain m his- ngat   u to the use ottritoM atn g I ejuor The. pens ol a shake-up m the te hailed old man has tin net al' i iitment It was stated that when ai ei b it some the charg- es mi 11 cued in hese ator es aot oeeu nnted u the disclosurer stones oi the inoining i aper here Af 11 n time a snecial fr m the Regis- ter offi p to a Cleveland paper San daj morning stited that m addition to the were of his little picpertv OVPI to his srn an! anvthnc, that affects tie latt rs w elf ue causes him much wor v li alleged victim of th-> assault is al o l good chure h member la i der to hie a vigorous on i 1 about t ie mat er W itl v t olh e ol Picsceiitii- VHP IP (i Mondov noini g but v i i le t ee him is tli n 11 3' 1 v bu v in o i t at !hp tn p AM en saw th n' i t' n n tqp tp no b t th imi stoiv tlut he iiia i c Mi I vriat "c I'or 'I i th n c i MI IP i' n 'in 1 oh b i 1 r i 1 1 i voi ati i k tlo n c i to Ri hi 1 a he s r m t K hen citv offici dropped into a cafe Fn daj night thev fo md a policeman in full inform dunking Charges v ill be pieterred so the siecial an nounced lie' V, emgates Monday i s inned licit the nattei said ne lilt believe a vvor 1 of it V o dine [o V iditor loth "e not on he i 1 oi th bu Id ng ot a chiekei i1 lit n Crouen-vetts 1 w vcik depai'ment em IPS v in w i laid a lull daj s tii b t he also under ii s (bit oneiivct built the offi i ti t 1 h-ne n t e c DPM Iv IP t 11 i i o rti ont 11 e itr be'oaging 10 n r o he a ad e.or a n v h oh water ll e. c tv CiCtS As To Founoiy Co, Deal, e itt n t o t P Tiat er by flFUAiMSREPOIlIB nt and forn r co n t omci i s b re o ei V 111 tro n vitl 1 SPRINGFIFI D 111 Mav 8 move was tom launched to llivf the legislature on Mav 19 tn til next fall so that if Ssna'or Lou nier houid be ousted tbe legislature wo ilc1 have he power to appoint bic successor and could thus allow Loi mer to pick the min bimsell bhoul the le' lalure be adjourned at fii tine place might becom vac2fed Covernor reappii vvonlf1 hav apnomtlve power and would un questionably appoint an aniloim i v rch Loimtib fnendii wish te prevent t S The fml over th posse sicm of the luinmgham in liska com 1 ns ng i 2SO and valuid it s-jio Mi m tod iv n i hearing at tl department o' the intenor I- H Hughes re] resenting the claim mts opined the light wil' a general it tack on ijifford Pmcnot rie mam taiiiid the law hid not been violated bv the claimants Ihe hearing will le bitteriv conteited to the end ii sei retarj Fisher s ruling in the mat ter will be final tin hi d if fo b II e i s of 81 1 i p rir I nr, i on or th r s in it it th 'at t fo t t on or be it t V av i a o' V. jiw thu si i c a es P 1 wit i i a t> elavs of th retort r docs m ir t arlv 11 u th t siits will be biouht bv PC itor Har1 I r th law if tl e tat ct- dpciaes tj u s can not be silccessf illv prosecuted he cii rt fi se to ing them and the nutter wi 1 tNn i! to the offi e of the i itt me "rii a few of the smaller amounts avt b e i tin-id to ie conn t ait oi tK monej re n u anl t' s i icluc'es the i d to be d i" f on two A c c i s >c th Common pleas c in Ii tr- mirtei if 'he puiluaton of i rt f th-> countv examiners, tv Mut sad i if an taxpavtr to n i anda n i sit azamit County ditor Dei t to compel him to hsre t i s mie pubhi'-e 1 the prosecutor w II do there Is ntinint In favoi of havmu the n1- ort published in order that the p niav know j ist vrhat Is In tt It now cen-s practicalh certain 'bht tke mat- will b> contfsted ir the cmnnHM I court on the ntiatire of tbt prosecutor   

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