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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 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, TUESDAY APRIL 18, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 162 MEXICAN FEDERAL TROOPS PROVE DARING AND RECKLESS FIGHTERS IN BATTLES WITH INSURRECTOS ON THE BORDER i THE WEATHER Heavy Losses In Battle of Agua Pneta Had Effect At Mexican Capital and Intervention, Put Up To Congress By Taft, May Not Be Necessary. MEXICO CITY, April the heavy federal losses yester day at Agua Pneta President Diaz today authorized the introduction of a bill In the Mexican congress calling for a general election from president down This fs what has been demanded by the insurgents and great hopes are entertained that Diaz, having conceded it, the revolution will be brought to an end QUESTION OF INTERVENTION UP TO CONGRESS, WASHINGTON April today put the next step in the Mexican situation up to President Taft again Following the tatter's an nouncement that the question of intervention was up to congress, Senator Cullom and Representative Sulzer, chairmen of tye two committees on for eign relations, declared their committees would take no action unless a message was received from the president Both, however, ex pressed the belief that intervention w ould be unnecessary The president toda> made it known that he will the question of in tervention in Mexico up to congress He believes congiess is now f'Ulj ac quamted with the boidti Infoimal notice is today gnen tl t "While House tha., piesident nil! shot th i ecen e fiom Mexico a note of a surippp of a definite icstiictive policy against fighting along the bordei This it is now believed wil mke intervention unnecessan The note it ih thought will piovide foi a. neutial ilone; the bordei wheie no hostilities will be illowed The piesident has had important confeiences vuth rf State Knox and Ambassadoi Lnte of piimaiy Elections would be by a puie non partisan ballot with the names of candidates lotated alphabencallj The recall and leferendum are provided UNEXPECTED TURNS IN FIGHT ON RECIPROCITY ST4R JOURNAL BUREAU Munspy Building WASHINGTON D C Aplil 18- Sf Deficit Certain In Near Future Unless More Revenue Is Provided. LITTLE NEW BUILDING CAN BE PROVIDED FOR Snecul to The star jou ml COUMBIS O General Ins been that 'he na lonal rifle content, this w H be held at Sputa mste id of at Camp Pern neai Port Clinton 0 He !M also that piob abl> two more dot ills ot o G offlceis be to maneuveis at San Antonio thi chairman of the finance committee la admitting pinateh that it looks like a hopeless case While even effort is WOlllfJ GlV6 OhlO An Additional being made to pack the finance com- _ mittpe against tariff revision there i representative Bllt ActlOH are times when a uieasuie gets too hot __ ...___________ ____ that committee to hold for Will COme Late. members of OFPLANl'SSlARl Marshall Says Hancock Co. Tactory Will Be Big Insti- tution, However. the house which may delav" action I to the senate It is believed that his- bomewhat although it cannot defeat ton will repeat ifself at the present sists ot Erie Huion Seneca indot Crawford ind Delawire sentatives Vhitacre and Ashbrook are Not onlj are Penrae and his rea EVERYTHING IN READINESS Toledo Man Who Made Deal Confident That Owners Will Use It Extreme nenous.ness pervadps the (Continued on Pago 2) reactionan band of the upper .___________________ branch of congress Speaking m thelUm n DonDDlCTnoo Wrnacular the reactionaries feel like HULU rnOPnlETORS a set of men who are 'licked' In ad- vance of the struggle that will soon be precipitated The immense power of popular opinion is making itself felt in the senate Senator -who will new Aldnch of the ho i That the pi mt of the Hsncock Man ufacturing Co will be put m opera- tion just as soon as plans are matured and erythmg is in readiness and that it is likely to become one of Snnduskvs biggest industries if not the biggest was the statement of At tornej E J Marshall, of Toledo to the Star Journal Mr Marshall is the man behind the man plant for a big concern which he represents but the name of which _____________ I he will not set disclose He said he The dcnocralic leaders have agreed could not tell just when a new man- IsEW YORK April IS Har to Mippoit the bill of Representative ager would be named in place of Iris and Max Blanck proprietors Of! Houstoi Tennessee chairman ot the Clarence DeWitt who recentlj left WASHING TON April sentation in congiess is to be increas Reform m the nois) undignified ed some othei manner than bv a reduc- flCATU 1IM CIBC some otne' niaTlne'- tl UtA I H IN FIKE tion of tre the Triangle Waist Co who are al cammlttPe mcrcasm? the ap j here or when actual operations would INSANE THROUGH FEAR OF BLINDNESS, MAN KILLS FIVE OF FAMILY, WOUNDS ANOTHER WHO WILL DIE, THEN ENDS HIS OWN LIFE YOINGSTOWN Apiil 18 -Fearful, of his wife and the two children not onlj that his approaching blind later who els had the big advantage The ness would make it impossible'tor him wound nn of the Amcncans on this to support his tannh but also that his side of the '101 IF inal mss Me in [wife and children might be similailj leady under indictment charged lon under the last census The be started manslaughter in connection with thr no other reasons The reri iblic-an or'aimat on leaders of New loik are insist nt the bill must be de lav d until the regul dci to prevent i E.ernrua stite bv the Tn senbh Senator Root will do what he ALIflUb I 10 SAFETY, can to acrcmnhsh this result but it is untr i stood he will not go to the limit for operation It has been remodeled The onlv direct state" levies" on real pcis ma! propertv are for educa- are on duty day and night tional pniposes Piesent rates must be and it is baid that flies could be mcieased new sources of revenue stalled m a few hours notice To op found or the old direct levy restored crate the planl it would be neces Tne las' alternative probably would Ir is (.id lelics STALE PROFESSOR'S DAUGHTER HUMILIATilD BY NAVAL ACADEMY SNOBS; INDIANA MAN DEMANDS AN INQUIRY o Sharp in keeping the multi ude from sa'3 he crossing the border the Texas calling upon him to act side during the battle Snobberv among Ihe social cPt in the naval academv at has broight fiom Congressman Korbl} of Indiana a request on the floor of the house that Secretarj of the Navj George L Mever investigate If the secrelarv pas no attention Korblv resolution There apneais to be no chance for -ssion In or San to blillg milllj Bkilled workmen destiov imnv of the benefits'etpeeted mder of fhn ulywho would need homes from a 1 pei cent rate limit for local taxes State Fulhngtoa estimates at oOO 00 the total state income AVIATOR IS KILLED tnis ;iar flom a" souices Wdlng the piesent surplus there is 00i> availab'e Approprialions for the i i ie f Idoilarcl ,ni of ground H, (hr0un Gov Harmon will be obliged to call an pUraordimiv sessnn if the present 10 feet when the machine struck and legislature is to do the redistiictm., w is instanth 1 illed ..____ 00 nations when compared with income and expenses That Id leave Ihe suiplus about the end of 1912 The central oill not elude a cent for canals and takes no ucouni of tl e c I of establishing a w n s ipf imatorv The reforms- torv bit has pissed the senate and 13 rtun t thioush the house It o u and lidded with h m to remain 1 PII he lofused an 1 eft s IP quitl h decided to ind her troubles Dchn I hard is hd i bv tlu 0. a vvit less hut rolcl td having t Id i tia gl forward stoiv Harrv Blllird a bro her of the dead slrl aimed in the citv from Ktnton Tue Uv morning md went d! PI tl to Ki ipus moreue whtre the bodv of hi sist i av Ballui waj, h oken up ovx ihc itTi i 1 iter he w pt to the po lie t in to sci CMif Tn Rrina Out Full PfiTSOn- Ballard wmM o talk over the ma ter I0 UUl rU" rerwn with th cln f but what he hoped to actomph h WHS not leuncd The girls brother a led for d statement said that there was nothing to be said at this time He declared that he had s I Special Exemption This Year alty Valuation. That a man who a> return of his personal property ____....... vear can not be held for former dttfa- that Ditini ird had visited Hazel while quencies according to law, the latter was in Ktnton At the time statement made by CooMr Dehnhaids visit Ballard was not in John Deist Tueaday mornlBf. "L I belieTed tb.t for to his wife from whom he had been on account of her socUtl po- terms that not another dollar divorced He himself had told he, 1 "ook" large" oT the" making" a Nil of Miss Mar H Beers daughter of Professor Henrv A Beers for vears! Smelter Is Fortified head of the English department at SAN ANTONIO Tex April was the victim of the snobs She The Mexican government has been actm? as companion to an I the construction of Tort'flcaUons a schooldav friend the wife of derlred Mut the Guggenheim mining and Lieutenant Tarrant stationed at the, sition should b" appropriated for the acad- this and when he 1 ft the room where Thev wtr iirrinmn'V in nronertv u there will io plant m Giunalnato state academv and has attended several so- The ire of W H Millar of Indian ems until the snobs connected with he had be-n conferring with her she I S bod' to fi.h ,t, I JMeilco, a protectmn Sns It at. the academv Her es apolls attornev general in the Harn- the be sent awav for M dutv fired the which ended her fe j ate afteriS ot? I compart ai cortnasgiven a strong hiPt V one rf on cabinet was aroused bv the inci Snienntendfnt Bowjer at the acftd- It was a pathetic tragedv I auernoon Hawis par- (Continued OB Page 6) the ofhcers that hei no lost He wrote to Korol> in strong em> 11 investigating j indicated in Monda} s Star (Continued On Page Ten) I aft) per cent pwaltf wltt ing Ballard was a Kenton I even cititen need not ;