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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 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, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 163 Negotiations Progressing Rap- idly And Are Likely To Bring Peace. THE WEATHER Foiccapt VA i1- i to nislit. Thuibda) cooler and gea- t. tll> fjii Tunpeidture at 7 A de- TERMS TO INCLUDE I. De La Barra Likely To Be Pro- visional President Pending Election Law Changes. MEXICO CITY, April gefOations for an armed truce pending peace negotiations have progressed so far today that Sen- or De La Barra who has them In expressed his belief that the armistice would go into effect by Friday. In this event all hostilities will cease until the outcome of tfie peace negotiations. It is understood that the peace terms will include Dial's resig- nation within six months and the naming of De La Barra as pro- visional president until the laws are revised for the election of a new president. The proposition for an aimittice H is reported, came from Dr Vasquez Corner at Washington. I'nder the protection of a white flag, which floated from the locomotive, Francisco I. Madero, senior, has left Chihuahua on a special train for the interior, where he expects to meet his son, Fiancisco I. Madero, jr.. the insur- recto leader, and induce him to come to terms for With Senor Madero were his broth- er Ernesto Madero, Alfonso Madero, Hennandez and Frecl- eriLO Mever Tempo: atuie one }ear ago to- 32 degrees Sun lib'N 'i inn at 4 )4 a m am' >us at t 10 p m. ist.trii- aid Time) Maximum v.ind ve'ocity for -i houis ending at noon 12 miles soutiiives' at two o'do'k F EOW THE MOST MAGNIFICENT CATHEDRAL IN THE WORLD WILL LOOK ON COMPLETION WEILTH TOO LATE Vining Taken To Hospital and May Be Out of Remainder of Session. OREGON FLAW IS FAVORED. FIXDLAY. 0, April Bochar, whose son died in Colo- rado a few weeks ago, leaving the father List ll'sht in tilt- poor house Boclur had bun an of the poor farm poor for several jears but had imcml- ul to lene as ftoon the leg- acy Chairman Welsh says No More Will Be Reported Out By Committee Expects To Make No Reply to Resolution Asking for Spe- cific Charges NEW COMMITTEE FOR MUNICIPAL PROJECT Agreement Was Reached For Prompt Report From Sen- ate Elections Committee COLUMBUS, O, April Speaker Vming, of the legislature, is today in the hospital, suffering from a phvsical breakdown Although his condition is not alarming it is not belies cd pos- sible he will be able to take anv part The depaituie of the party for the'jn the remainder of the legislative ses- fleld was the result of weeks of fort and is supposed to have been Inspired, in part at least, by confer- ences m New York between Minister. Limantour and the elder Madero It was announced at the foreign office that assurances had been sent to the United States government that "a definite restrictive policy' would be adopted on the border to prevent Fiist open opposition on the part of corporation lobbvists to the utilities bill appeared last night at the senate committee hearing. None of the well known faces were seen when the was in thc house, but as soon as it reached the senate committee the eh'orts to emasculate it besan Harry Wilson and Samuel Sco- Douglas, Ariz. The movement for peace, it is be- lieved, has been hastened by fear that the United States will intervene. With the sudden opeii'ng ot the ne- I Senator Samuel West, now of Colum- bus: Charles McVeagh of the Cuyahoga Telephone Co. and a score of others Were at the hearing The principal objections raised were foliations for an armed truce, friends j that the M1 steam rallroada of the insurrectos today abandoned I and tnat it features taken their plan to have congress adopt the Woods W1, 0, last session calling for a new election and the persons who in- troduced instead a bill prohibiting the le-election of either a president o) vice piesident. This would put an end to the- Diaz reign at the next election It seems ceitain today the bill will he passed by congress. Rebels Prepare To Retake Agua Frieta corporated railroads into the provis- ions of the act with a child at "the Imbecile jisjlum who tries to fit a cube into a round hole. That it was one of the Langdon amendments and that the hill as drawn did not include these features was the chief criticism of Frank Woods, auth- or of last session's utilities bills. For- mer Senator Wrest criticised the bill j because of the Woods features That T rules of evidence do not hind the com- DOUGLAS, Ariz, April 19-In spite imission )n lts hearings and that no of the sudden evacuation of Auga Prie-, court dcnnjWy is provided ta by the rebels and its occupation by were otllcr objections. the federals, another band of msur-; Thl, Wjman bm providing for the ectos is today mobilizing with the i adoptton of the Oregon plan of elect- apparent intention of tijing to recap- (lng L- g exact oopv of lure the city. Col. Cabial is in charge the gtockwell hill that has caused so of the new force and has 600 men who Iollg dlBpllte in the hand- ore hovering about the city, evidently down b, jieutenant governor awaiting reinforcements One brush yesterday-lie having held it in his vith the federal outposts has already! Ior Sevora1 weeks pending occurred. negotiations looking 'mvaVd a gettnrsi When they left the insurrectos stated together on the part of the democrats} they were going into the mountains in that branch It has been agreed OHIO DEMOCRATS WILL [fli BOOST HARMON'S BOOM COU'MRl'S. Ami 1? --Xo more liquor bills, will on at the pieseni of the This was the .inuonnreim nt of Rears, and on it between and have been snent thus far It is estimated that about thirty leais will be required to complete it and the additional expendituie will probably exceed It is to be the largest and costliest church edifice in the western world. Aside from the impressive archi- tectural beauty of the caihedial. it has been so built that it will practi- cally defy the efforts of time to de- face or destrov it In this latter re- spect, it is said that It will surpass all other structures erected by man 'or more ammunition and would re- turn, and they seem to be making ;ood this promise Their cartridges lad been exhausted The ports of jouglas and Agua Fiicta were re- ipened Balsario Gaicia, wno tied across the me and himself up to the Arcer- can officers, declaied that he sur- because his men were not iheying him. He was not in com- nand of the entire rebel force, he ;aid, hut was ranked by Col Luis Jedma. The latter, who also had (Continued On Page Six.) that the bill shall go to the committee on this afternoon and that the committee shall report It out at once with recommendation for passage The following committee on con- feience on the cential board plan bill was appointed Rensjors Dore. Shaffer and Holrlren and Representatnes Russell. Honutz and Geleerd Repicseirlative Russell was the author of the hill in the house and Senator Dore was its auth- or in the senate The committee on both Sides is in favor of the bill as it was introduced. The senate probabK' KilVd the Crawfoid bill pnMding that ifiil- load companies shipping coal shall be liable for unieasonable of the coal in shipment bv it hack to the committee on railroa's. ator McGuire made the motion ex- plaining thai manv cnii opeiators in Sould Man Made President of Missouri-Pacific, Defeat- ing Harriman Interests nnmhfr of tne to bo heani wanted the (Continued on Page 5) WILL HELP GUIDE SHAH'S FINANCES. NEW YORK. April the lection jesterdav of B F Bush ilt-nt of the Missouri Pacific it was isde plain that the most bitter nilroad war since the panu of 1907 rill at ensue. The will ie between the railroads controlipd b> "iiorge J. Gould and the Harriman 'ties The latter, not wishing competition n the west, had stalled in to make Gould lines nothing but feeders, o the Harnmnn sv-fem while Bush oday announced that he will fizht to lie finish to make the Go'iid line a eal competitor Financial to- ay admitted that they were alarmed ver the bitter contest that is sure to nsne. Although he tiiinself had forced ut of the position it J. ould wto turned the trick and made !tmh iis successor. Tbf victorv of the Gould faction v.s follows d bv the an- ounreinent of Knlin, Co's Ithdrawal as bankers for thc system id with tlw resignation of Paul M. 'arburjf the ve on the board of directors, and ol-ant. They will reuse the ficanctt of da} for a conference of the demo cratic members of the Ohio delegation to meet later in the week and "er and means of aiding the pres- idential boom for Governor Haimon It was let out that the main object of the confcience nill be to line up the delegation and on this score no trouble is expected. Pomerene will ait as chairman and ue the chief boomer N'0 definite plans have yet been made as to will be on the piogram at the conference, but it Is thought that it will consist ol an informal meeting at which the mam object will be to lay the foundation for the real work to come later. The keynote of the conference will be haimonj in the delegation and a solid float to outsldeia A publicitj campaign is planned and flie Ohio democrats will be expected to do a little missionary work for the Har- mon movement. Senator Pomerene Is the leading pint and -hencefoith he is to be boomer-Jn-cnlef for Harmon in the national capita! So far as introducing tells and pro- Posing new legislation Is concerned the Ohio delegation has shot its bolt for this session, and will now be contented to sit back and watoh tha other fellows work. Bach and even member of the Buokeya dslegatlon has some pet measure before a. com- mittee, and in most it will ra- main there until the next session of congress, inasmuch as practically all the bills and resolutions intioduced by Ohioans are of a genera! character and not in keeping with the legisla- tive program for this session thnt tbf amendment to i constitutional convention bill provid- is likely that the carefully arranged 'ms for separate submission to the peo- plan for redistricting Ohio which was'ple of the question of whether or not diann up members of the federal the liquor traffic shall be licensed, mav relations committee ot the Ohio i be stricken out in the house. The bill house of representatives and submit-'wi" reach the and will go to the ted to the sfxteen Otno democratic elections committee. Hepiesentative congressmen in Washington for their' Wyman, who is chairman of the corn- consideration will be knocked into a mittee. declared against allowing the cocked liar. I amendment to stav in. N'ow that ,the session is well on, a number of the Ohio congressmen are taking little trips back home to settle, up matters that they left unfinished w result could benefit only on He declared that the "drys" Various state officials in Ohio Wayne B. Wheeler, of the Anti-Sa- whose names have been carefully loon league, declared he would fight withheld by their correspondents, tlle amendment. He held it wasn't fair have written to Ohio democrats -n to submit the question of license or Washington saying that an entirely no liivnse when no license now exists, new plan foi redistricting the state ani1 t will be drawn up Fourteen of the Ohio democrats were satisfied with, might fight to have all liquor questions the pla-n adopted at the conference submitted, including statewide prohi- here, but two, Sherwood and Francis, bitloti. .disapproved of It very much, the for- Wheeler made the further dfclara- mer because it dismembered his dis- the "wet" and "dry" question trict and left him a district where would not be eliminated in the elec- he would have no chance of reelec- "on of constitutional delegates and tlon, and the latter because it placed that the "drys" will fight to elect their him in a district more than delegates in every county in the state. republican. Representative Crossn-, author of the Prank B. Willis, the new republi-' initiative and referendum bill for cit- can from the eighth district, was also tes. which, it is said, the "wets" will dissatisfied because it pleased his to amend in the senate so as to home county in the same district wits allow cities to vote for saloons in dry Goeke, a democrat Willis, being a re counties, announced that the ameno1- publican, does not expect to receive nent probably would have the effect many courtesies at the hands of a of klllinc; tlip bill, since the I R. (Continued on Page 2) people, in his opinion, wouldn't stand for Its incorporation in the measure. MACHINE GLASS PLANT, OPERATED WITH SUUCCESS FOR MONTHS, NEEDS REPAIRS Wlth the thus ____Jhedi when called to Washington for the extra session. Congressmen Long worth, Cox and Shaip went back to Vote May Come Tonight Approval By Large Major- ity Is Expected. FARMERS' FREE LIST BILL Ohio for a few days last week, Representative Ashbroo'K Ralph W. Hills will go to Persia with Moran Shusiei us chief account- orneJlu Vandertilt, an Persia. Democratic Committee In Re- port Assails Republican Tariff Theory Vigorously WASHINGTON. April 19 debate on the Canadian reciprocity lull was in the house today Floor Leader Underwood announced that the debate must end today even if it proves neressary to keep the hotlFe in se-sion tonicht It is expect- ed tne bill will pass by a huge irajor- it.v- With a fierce attack on the repub- lican tariff theory in uhich it was declared that protective tariff his built up srea' trusts and monopolies. the democratic and means com- mittee to.laj pre-entfd to the hou-e th'1 fanneis' flee list bill. It pro- vides for no tariff on nearly all neces- sities of life Claypnol of Wash- ington H joined the ranks of the den.orrais uho pay thoi aie to vote the reciprocity hill Shnrp of Ehria, to iote against the bill, but probably not. Rep- resentative Ashbrook of the seven- teenth has switched and S.O5 he nrobably vote for the b 1' Hr sajs return? from his :L strict she tfle sentiment to be chancing for the bill. Democratic leaders are prepared for fin attempt by some of the re publicans who the reciprocity bill, to the demoen'ie mr.ioii'v in the ,-ISS.I-P of the lull pronosmer. PS an amendment to it a section en bodying all of the free list that the democratic uajs and means has prepared as the first of the part} '3 tariff measures Any such amendment will be ruled out. One of the strongest speeches for the bill tKat of Howland. of nlj. xsho ly replied to Lenroot, Wisconsin re- and the JohnsUmn district Intends to take a little jaunt back to the [Buckeye state during tlie latter part of this week if he can find time. From present indications and the developments of the last few days It After having been continuously in That the machines for blowing glass blast for-about nine months, an unusu- are proving successful is the of ally long time, it has been found nee- FaJ essai-y to make extensive repairs to the big tank in the machine plant of j the Enterprise Glaas works and so the plant will be closed down Saturday, i was announced by -ZManagsr "t Smalley Wednesday. the intense heat necessary a glass tank weakens. It had bean RAPIDS STRIKE GRAND RAPIDS, April 19 hoped that theTank'wo'uM hold until gPDeral Strike of the furniture hot weather but in the last fsw days workers in Rapids began at weakness developed It will take some this morning The st-IKe time to make as material must cripple the whole furniture Mavor Lenrer declared Wed- nesday that he intended to pay no attent on to resolution acbcieci by council, Tuesday even- ing. reqjestng htm to make speci- fic any of improper con- duct o'i the part of councilmen m with tne electric light francnise, "I consider it a closed Inci- dent. There 15 nothing for me to said the mayor. it much as if there would Ise no further action, both the mayor and council having now expressed their sentiments fully Several weeks ago iho major tendered a letter to me councilmen, winch was published at the time, m wh'ch he disclaimed any mtentiou to ref.It.ct upon the personal mtegritj of coimulnien and offered to withdraw the ohjectiouable mess- age which was later ordered by coun- cil stricken from the records. Tho most important action of coun- cil, Tuesday evening, was the taking of steps for a further investigation of the municipal lighting plant question. The No 2 committee was named to ait m conjunction with Director Biag and Solicitor Stein-emann This com- mittee consists of. Messrs. Donahue, Holzaepfel and Parsons. The first two were member; of the former commtttea and by the change made Mr. Parsons succeeds Mr. Oulemacher. While no funds were appropriated for the inves- tigation these will be forthcoming when wanted, it is said. In presenting the motion, Mr. macher said: "The idea is in line with the ac- tions of council in the past, Tbere ia now plentj of time to collect datt ou the subject If committee recom- mends an appropriation of money for its work, I believe council stanza ready to provide the same." The se- lection of the committee was made without a dissenting vote. After the meeting, Member Curtis was asked wh> the in commit- tees was made. declared that such a subject as a municipal light propo- sition properly came under the dutlea of the number two committee. As the committee is giren power to go ahead, the immediate future of municipal idea rests largely with it. No determination as to when the ses- sions will be held has yet been reached. A resolution requesting Mayor I.ehrer to with the council any charges, within his knowledee of im- proper conduct on the pa it of the mem- bers in with the electric franchise was introduced by Mr. Ohlemachfr and unanimously adopted. The ifsolution reads as follows: s the mayor of the city of in Communication to this iody ordinance entitled An ordinam e regulating the that he charged for electric cur- rent for l hntr furnished for private be secured and it was said Wednesday e-s of tfie as this is thei that opeiations might not bo icsumed largest furnltme manufacturing ren-1 'An'' wneieas members o_ ___ ter of the iv01 Id council to believe by before August 1 al of the trust imposed in them by thc Of 'M and hp hf-rebv is in the per- formance of Ins dvt} as (hief execu- of requited to maka and file- with this council any charge within his knowledge of misfeasance in office on the part of anv ot its members in order that an in.pftisration thereof he made, ;ird further action taken as will him; who are euiltv. if anT be to justice, and as will re- the iPTiocent from 'he aspersions up >n liiem by the commanicattoa ot! this vprt that the clerk be and renucsted to send a copy to the Companies In Ohio and Other States To Be Operated from Chicago Office. CHICAGO. April MftiU s of the Belt- of offuials and directors Telephone compaiites of nois. Ohio, Michigan and here today, it nnderstoo ary plans were laid tlon of the Bell In tU tral west to b? operated fron otflcen located ID Cbtafo, Itutait todfaimyoihi tt at tltt- fSPAPEJR ;