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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        [Usjitf V. "''5tWii THE HOME PAPER. ------------------------------1 I TODAY'S NEWS TODA' THE SANDUSRY STAR FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 190 Preparations to Begin Advance As Soon As Armislice Ex- pires Monday. SOLDIERS JUBILANT OVER THE PROSPECT HORSE GOES TO CHURCH. ERIE, Pa., May horse hitched to a spring wagon became frightened, tore down State street, scatering pedestrians, crossed l Central park, striking a tree, where the wagon was partly de- molished anfi ran straight into the ponderous doors of the old First Presbyterian church. The doors were broken open and broken water 'bottles and pieces of the wagon were scattered among the pews, WILL THEY CATCH THE DOVE OF PEACE? Madero Now Demands that Di- az Really Retire Before War Is Ended .JUAREZ, May today seems more certain than ever that with the expiration next Monday of the armistice. Madero troops will at once, move to Chihuahua. The soldiers themselves are jubilaht ,over the' preparations which are apparently being made to that end. The announcement of Ma- dero that he will not go to Mex- ico City until Diaz js down and out is construed by his men that hostilities will be resumed. Should the troops march on Chihuahua a bloody battle seenis certain. Madero had first announced his in- tention to go to Mexico City at once but he now awaits the succession of De la B-arra to _the presidency, ac- cording to a rebel leader. If the rebels in Lower_ California or other bands' indo- pendently, do not lay down their arms Madero's insurrecto army will be turned loose on them this man said. No peace agreement will be signed aecor4ifig to this -atrthority, but the between now and the time Senor De la Barra becomes .president will be utilized in getting the Mexican congress to enact laws covering most of the points which it had been thought, should be contained In a peace agreement. said a rebel leader, "are the only things that can make peace. We cannot make a peace agreement, legally binding that requires the gov- ernment to pay certain indemnities. This must be done by congressional appropriation. We cannot compel the government to install our provisional governors. This must be done by the state legislatures, all these things are done, then fJHME? Campaign For Supreme Court Justice Is Already Weil Under Way DOUBT ROOSEVELT STORY Friends Of The Colonel See Many Evidences Of Breach With Taft, ALL FOR BROTHER WILL. NEW May Howard Taft will be renominated for the presidency. This was the unqualified announcement today of his brother. Charles P. Taft, just before sailing for Europe. Brother Charles declared he had just rounded up the sentiment of the entire west and there could be no question but the renomina- tion is assured. proclaim peace. Of alone can we course, peace is assured. It is a matter of methold The naming of the new cabinet which is to surround Provisional President De La Barra, was the chief work among the rebel leaders. Senor Madero did it with the assistance of 1 his advisors. What they finally will do, cannot be predicted, as names for cabinet portfolios are subject to change without notice until the new members be actually installed. Gonzales, Madero's governor across the river, will stop gambling and bull fighting. This is by Madero's order. Next Sunday will witness the last bull fight in Juarez. Madero intends further reforms; will wipe out the Mexican lottery and every form, of licensed gambling. It remains to be Been how the Mexican public will take these upward moral shoots. The better class will thank Madero, but of the people in Mexico, a NEW YORK, May 20. The sud- I den announcement here that a boom is well under way for Associate Su- preme Justice Hughes for the repub- lican presidential nomination next year has caused something of a panic among LaFollette's followers. It Js asserted that Hughes' candidacy, backed1 a large number of progres- sives, will eliminate LaFollette. Hughes' backers even assert that La Follette, realizing this, has pledged his support to Hughes. Friends of Colonel Roosevelt were qecid-edly skepticb.1 today over the new York World story that he and President Taft are again in accord and that Roosevelt will support Taft for renomination next year. They point out that no longer ago than Thursday Roosevelt, in the columns of the Outlook, severely criticised the president's pet plan for universal ar- bitration and, by inference, de- nounced his pacific in dealing with the Mexican situation. Ever since his return from Africa, the Roosevelt followers say, he Jias opposed most of the things "for which President Taft has stood, and in his recent editorial assailing the labor unions for rushing to the defense of the McNamaras, he endorsed, with minor Qualifications, the recall of the judiciary which Pesident Taft so bit- terly opposes. KNOCKS OUT DEAN LAW. THE WEATHER Forecast: Showers and thunder- storms tonight and probably Sun- day, cooler. Temperature at 7 a. de- grees. Temperature one year ago to- degrees. Sun rises Sunday at a. m. and sets at p. m.: rises Mon- day at a. m. and sets at p. m. (Standard Time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today 13 miles southwest at 9 o'clock Sat- urday morning. Past Eminent Commanders And Officers Entertained By 1911 Class Night One Of Hottest In Years With 71 The Lowest Temperature FORMER SANDUSKIAN A CLEVELAND VICTIM Peter Fahey Died As Result 01 Heat WeaVj therinTheWest JUDGE KING TOASTMASTER Dining Room At Sloane House Beautifully Decorated For Unusual Occasion, The past eminent commanders and officers of Brie Commandery, Knights Templar, were banqueted Friday ev- ening at the Sloane hnnsp. thp hrvs Nye and Other Legislators Must Now Go To Trial In Boodle Cases START IOCAL OPTION FIGHT NAPOLEON, O., May the declared object of advancing the mor- al and material welfare of the coun- round are not of the better ty> the Henrv County Civic League classes, but far below it These "low 'was fomecl with Senator H. R. Ditt- class will miss their lottery mer as President. their keno and their bull will resent this abolition. "SinceTEeTnsurrecto occupation oT ffuarez there has been no gambling, no open saloon. An American saloon- keeper took down his shutters and sold an illicit glass of Juarez beer, and that ad-venturous publican was promptly fined fight and The claims to 'be inde- pendent of the liquor traffic, but will prohibition. The local option campaign began in earnest Saturday noon with Billy Sun- day, speaker. COLUMBUS, 0., May of the Indicted legislators will have to stand trial on the indictments as returned against them. Judge Kinkead 'today overruled the demurrer to the in- dictment against Representative Nye, holding that it was perfectly valid. This decision will apply to the indict- ments against the other legislators as well so that all must now stand trial. The overruling of the demurrer makes certain that Nye -will be brought to trial Tuesday. In preparation for this the state this morning summon- ed 17 witnesses .while the defense ar- ranged to call 30. There is every evidence that news- paper men are to be the chief witness- es before the senate probing com- mittee next week and will be severe- ly grilled. The examination of wit- nesses is to be public. COLUMBUS, May Genera! Hogan today declared thft Dean saloon character law uncon- stitutional. It prohibits a man convicted of felony, of permitting gambling in 'his saloon or selling liquor to minors, from being grant- ed a saloon license.. Hogan holds that this violates the constitution which prohibits deprivation of life, liberty and property without due process of law. JOHN D. IS POOR IN PERSONAL PROPERTY CLEVELAND, O.. May D Rockefeller this afternoon made his tax_ returns on__parson a i rrnpert3. listing it only at Last year he turned in a tax duplicate of worth of personal property in Forrest Hill home. his CINCINNATI, O., May Cox will not have to stand trial on the charge of perjury which he has been fighting since January. Judge Dick- son today quashed the indictment ana unless the grand jury should reindic him Cox will be entirely free fron the charge. Judge bickson, who quashed the in dictment, according to the affidavit o bias that was filed against him by Prosecutor Hunt, owed his election to Cox's political organization. of the evening being the members of the class knighted during the past templar year. Erie comnmndery has been steadily increasing in member- ship, but-all previous records were in the number advanced to the beautiful and impressive degree of Knights Templar during the past year. The members of the class comprlss HOT I THE FIGURES Midnight 2 a. 4 a. m. jj 6 a. m................ 73 5 a. m................. 10 a. m......................85 12 1 P- m................ ....90.7 2 p. m.................___90 p. m................. g0.g 8 p. m.................._.. 90 After a night even more excess- ive! ji hot than that -preceding, the lowest temperature recorded 'being 71 degrees, there was promise early Sat- urday of an even hotter day, altiougji slight relief came later. The temper- ature at 7 o'clock was 77 degrees as compared with 76 degrees at the same hour Friday morning.-The-may imiira for the day was 90.8, or five- tenths of a degree lower than. Fri- day. While the cooler weather failed, to arrive early in the day, the weather bureau still held out the promise and Senate Like Greeks Bearing Gifts, Would Knock Out Taft's Pact. WILLS METHODISTS LAND MARYSVILLE, 0.. May the provisions of the will of Sarah Evans, late of Richmond, whose estate was valued at the board of foreign ipsinng nt tlig church and the board of home mis- sions and church extensions of the same church receive in equal shares the proceeds of 104 acres of fine land. KAISER GOES MATCHMAKING WHILE ON HIS TRIP TO LQNDON'TO BE PRESENT AT VNVEIUNG OF THE MEMORIAL TO QUEEN VICTORIA "Unreasonable" Restraint legd By Government in Lat- est Court Action. WASHINGTON, D. C., May 20-The government suit filed in New York against the Eastern Lumber trust is only preliminary to a bigger suit that Js to be filed shortly against tne west- ern lumber trust according to infor- mation made public today at the de- partment of justice. It is declared that nearly one-half of the privately owned timber lands of the west and northwest are in the hands of a gi- gantic corporation and action will! soon be begun against it It is said that the suit may be the Brst of a series planned by Attorney Seneral Wickersham looking to the breaking up of alleged agreements a- iiong the retailers of many of the :ommodities of life to maintain high mces; to force all ultimate consum- ers to buy than from retailers and to >lacfeTIst wholesalers who sell to >ther members of the retail organiza- ions in the various states and cities. Ten trade organizations and more ban 150 individuals are named as lefendants in the suit. It alleges lolation of the Sherman anti-trust aw and seeks a permanent injunc- ion restraining the defendants from ontinuing the conspiracy charged. :he elaborate system of "blacklistino ttributed to the alleged conspirators" opies of circulars sent out by the arious organizations classifying con- umers as "proper" and "improper" rade; extracts from reports threar- ning "short shrift" to dealers daring violate the rules of the organiza-' ions and branding such offenders as nd "illfigitima-tes" are fully set forth i the governments petition. (Continued on Page ThreeT) STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Building. WASHINGTON. D. C., May The enemies of Canadian reciprocity are getting in their work. All kinds of traps, snares and pitfalls are be- ing prepared for the measure which would free the shackles of trade be- tween the United States and its north- ern neighbor. The administration finds at this juncture that it is beset with Greeks bearing who profess the utmost friendliness for the pact and the most cordial will- ingness to help President Taft put it through but who suavely advance the idea that it could be improved by be- inr amended in this, that or the oth- er particular. In this class of pro- fer.sed friends and secret enemies of trade agreement is Senator Elihu Root of New York. Senator Bailey of Texas is another gift-bearing Greek, who would join the reciprocity pact and the farmers' free list, welding them together in a symmetrical whole, of the efforts of the officers partici pating in the exemplification th degrees conferred the class decided to show its appreciation of the true spirit of Christian and fraternal broth erhood by gathering around the. ban quet table and to listen to interest ing remarks by those called upon io respond. The festivities of the evening com menced at 8 o'clock, the sir knights assembling at the Masonic temple at o'clock and proceeding in a body to the hotel. The dining-room was beautifully decorated with the na- tional colors, while the banquet ta- ble was arranged in the form of a cross, an emblem of the order. In the center of the table was a repre- sentation of the passion cross, studded with red electric lights, and budding branches strewn upon the tables com- pleted an arrangement of decoration in keeping with the entire adornment of the room'. To the strains of "Onward, Christian rendered by an or- chestra under the direction of Elmer B. Center, the sir knights entered the banquet hall, each sir knight taking a seat in the order of entrance and at a place bearing his name on a Knights Templar card. Judge E. B. King, past eminent grand commander of the Grand Commandery, presided as toast- master. The guests of the evening were! 3ast Eminent Commanders E B _____....._, KinS- C. E. Stroud. Wm. L. Lewis, ji knowing all the while that rhis union D- Parker. J- J- Marquart, H. G. Schu- macher, H. A. Chandler. F. J. Seitz some of the most enthusiastic Masons im substantiation of this gave out fig- in the city, and in acknowledgemen ures showing a moderation of the heat in the west. In Chicago it was bS Saturday morning as compared HEAVY SNOW! DENVER, Colo., May entire Rocky Mountain region is in the grip of a cold wave today. The temperature has been down to 20, frost is reported in many localities and heavy snow has fal- len in Wyoming and Nevada. would defeat both Senator Root threw a clinker into (lie reciprocity machine wnich threat- ens to send reciprocity to the scrap- heap. He did it so smoothly, so gent- ly, so 'plausibly that at first the far- reaching consequence of his action was not realized. When the high ad- ministration officials learned what of the and J. D.'Lea. The officers Geo. A. Schwehr, Clinton B. Wilcox, Ohas. J. Kuebeler. Wm, F. Seitz jr' James A. Ryan, F. P. Zollinger, R. W. Worden, R. K Ramsey, C. F. Mischler, R. G. Williams and James A. Davey. The members of the class Senator Root had done wflo nad charge of the banquet gave way to indignation, for there wasj were A. Bishop, G. W. Ritter, F. L. no fore-warning that the New York! Emmons, W. C. Dunn. W. H. Spencer- senator was contemplating a move! Strong, L. Q. Branson, P. F. South- which, if it does noi jrUrte the treaty wick- C. E. Dick, C. H. Merz, E J in peril, at least threatens to abso-lCrass and J. W. Melone. utely nullify one of its most import-! The guests of the evening were ant provisions, that relating to the ad-1 warmly welcomed by George W Rlt- mission of wood pulp and print paper I fer representing the'class and the re- into the United States duty free. Some of the largest paper manufac- (Continued on Page 2) AKRON. 0.. May Miss Sadie sponse on the part of the officers and past eminent commanders was made Edw. A. with 76 Friday morning. Des Moines, Iowa, reported 60 as compared wita 74, while North Platte, Neb., had 48 as compared with 66. In the far west the temperatures are tually cold. This cooler weather Is expected here Saturday night and Sunday, to- gether with, showers and thunder storms. While there has been some suffering, no serious prostration from neat have yet been reported here In the larger cities, the death rate ias been greatly increased. In Cleve- and, up to midnight, Friday, ten" babies had died of heat Many peo- le were overcome. Peter Fahey, a bartender, aged and believed to have been a former of Sandusky., died at the Burnside hotel, Cleveland, being :Uddenly stricken as the result of the heat. Fahey at one time resided ia Vshtabula and came to Sandusky sev- eral years ago. conducted a place at TVater and Wayne streets for a time and was also employed' at Cev dar Point. Then he went to Cleve- tew months ago his wife secured a divorce here. So far as known Fahey has no survivine rel- atives. UMA, Ariz., May new 000.000 dam, constructed by the United States in Mexico to control the waters of the Colorado river, is today -practi- riotis condition, the result of being thrown from an automobile when a Barberton street car crashed into the machine. by Eminent Commander Smith, who becomes past eminent rally useless as the result commander of the commandery nextjin tbe Bee river levee above it The month after an administration is today rushing through a 900 foot gap and it is feared the big irri- n i, i. -L. u.n.v-1 an civiiiiiiiiatrtiiiuu sue- ap is Ijmg at her home in a se- cessful in even- war. In his work he i-Vir, i.-: __ UJB u u" has had the co-operation of every of- ficer and who aided him in all possible manner to complete the work of the year. REMARKABLE CLAIMS OF CURES A T SHRINE Hundreds of pilgrims are still at I "I was an invalid for six years. gation system of the Imperial valley may be ruined. PORTLAND, Me.. May barkentine of the Kingdom of the Holy Ghost and Us sect has been stranded off Sangomar on the west of Africa and probably will be a lotal wreck. SttlE MI r- r''e W66ks sorvices at I suffering all the time and scarcelvi' the Catholic church will end Sunday, able to more than crawl about More I Stones of remarkable cures are be-: than half the time I spent in Ued. I ing told I was operated on and the doctors ____________ th f string cases is said 1 would be well in three S Price Asked For Pul-in- was suffering with tuberculosis of the 11 attended services Father Park's' hip and had to use crutches and have asked me what was 'the m-t'pr sav' his lee in a plaster cast. He first j ing thai I was the palest and" thin- visited the shrine last October and j nest woman he had ever seen Then was benefited. On his return this i I heard of the Carev shrine and re- time he has been completely cured.! solved to visit it. I visited if first Tile f-HSif ha< hppri i o _ Bay Land For Memorial is Exorbitant. Kaiser "William is in London where he went to take part in the ceremon- ies incident to the unveiling of the memorial to. Queen Victoria. While there he is talking over with King George and Queen Mary the possibil- ,betweefn hi3'and her cousin, Albert Ed ward, Prince .months older than her dcughter, Princess Victoria Louise, o.t Wales. The Princess is eighteen I hand, and both are under' hus- The plaster cast has been removed a year ago. gettins: out of "bed "to -o I and fncay morning the boy aston- I was much benefited and now have L every one by discarding his fully recovered I am able to do owner of tne proposedi site for the ished Special to The COLUMBUS, 0., May crutches, climbing up on a steplad- der and hanging them with others upon the- chape! wall. Mrs. Carrie M. Hartmann of New York was cured of hip trouble. She came, just a week ago Wednesday. She became aware of a remarkable change in her condition when she re- moved an eight pound washing and work in the garden. I have also gone into the chicken business and am raising 300 chickens. I have come to the shrine of Our Lady of Consolation to ask a thanks- giving.1' Mrs. Catherine McCaffrey of Ports- mouth was suffering with goiter and nad been told that an operation been walked out of the (would be necessary The goiter dis u....._. and she was entirely cured. A little child of Mrs. John Riester of Tiffin had spasms from birth. The had chapel proclaiming her cure to the crowd that filled the streel. Mrs. Mary Carroll Herring of Ashland ave. Mansfield, 0. .who has been cured after being an invalid for six years, gave the first story: Perry's Victory Centennial memorial at Put-in Bay demands an exorbi- tant price for the property the stata will sue In the courts to acquire it for a reasonable sum. Special Counsel Frank Davis, of the attorney general's department, will go to, Sandusky _Mon- day to file the suit fer the acquire- ment of the site. The action will probably sufferer was cured at a previous visit menccd in the conrts to the shrine and Mrs. Retster train is at the shrine to givt thanks. ,1 MEWSPAPERI   

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