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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio WITH REAL ESTATE VALUES TREBLED, IT IS UP TO OWNERS OF PERSONAL PROPERTY TO MAKE FULL RETURNS AND BESIDES, THERE IS THE DANGER OF A PENALTY. THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, MONDAY APRH.24, 1911, LAST EDITION LABOR LEADERS DENOUNCE ARRESTS; CONTEST CERTAIN NUMBER 167 THE WEATHER Fo e as Fan t inigi t and fiost toa gi t It iptritu e u i 4o d gr es Holding of High Officials For Los Angeles Dynamiting Big Sensation. EXPLOSIVES SEIZED IN SEVERAL CITIES Detective Burns Claims To Have Confession But 8110112; Defei'o Is Planned CAuL IT OUTPACE _____ Sam "I Co-no p cii of Libo as ex r tion an outrageous piece of legalized kid ;j IV m ts tn iaK" i F ui i This arc her t V i bars o-nonen s It an ir'fam tf Cue o tr qe T is t o 3 siov Secretary McNamara 1 J c e to A stilt t, s cha ged with co iphc t 1-ilie twenty o e rren a no net them union men but LABOR UNION LEADER HELD FOR DYNAMITING. CHiCACO Aprl leicert, thicuglout ij e United -s ?re un n arn s to day over thej declare to be krdnapi-j and Rjssian po net oc's used on J J and J W WcNpTara aid Ortie C McMani qa! f-'-n-rjed v ith dyra it ng the Times building Uet ters received here by union orfi cials n p ar'ically every promi laLop ofrcia! in tie Urlted States decla-e the alleged kid nap ng w II re-ult in a breach rap tal and labor anrl that T gigantic fund will once be raised by unions all ov .trotted m Detioit were s parated as soon was luiched on April 1" ft weie tiltn fo tivp at d i i nt times, and kept in rti itrent rooms i nma accoiding1 to tho local police could not 1 hioK n down McMani-' gil it plumed proved weiker ma- terial and soon reached the confession point The alleged CODITSMOII sa'd to ninot vuiftcn leldte to the movements of the men now nndoi irrest i id others, sought deter tu cs Aitoidlug to Capt it descubes in detail the mitlnEc of built ilsfs iiilroid trams and factories wherp between union and union laijoi existea The of mam ind the di3 strictlon of uiopeih at al most i that the ex- plosives weip theie lut where to firl it and hid a kev m his pocket to uulccl a The shed padloc] on tl t dnor owned bv James Me Mani-al fathei of Oitie McManigil TLe discovery caused a sensation Now In Toledo TOLEDO O April '4 J Burns w ho yesterday discos eie 400 pounas d nar tp it T 01 n O to been leXt there by Ortie McAidn gd.1 undei W stands within 100 jaids of seveial I cbirged with the Los Time ______ Deteeti e Burns declared that there was enough d namite in the place to si ake tl e city riom end to end As at tndiarapolis Burns wat sure of his ground before he made a dynamiting todav arrived here an at once seized a giip said to belong to J Vf McNamaii also wndLr ariesi He lias not yet made public the con tents of the grip placed in the assoc atior ind his been to I oa Aneeles to be used in the trnl of the cases against the men undei ai ast The confession s mirte at t (Continued on Page 6) Federal Grand Jury at Cleve- land Expected To Return Indictments. Annl 14 itb the iej ort of the ftd il grand jurv either or it is expected thit the I nit rT Statfes povernm nt Millionaire Match Trust Found- er Asks Congress For Gov- ernment Control. ber 0 April C Bal ulti millionaue foundei of the trust todav issued his fouitb Governor Marshall Geis Storm of Protests Against Action Jury Busy. nre gun of its bi? fight letter to congressmen m vvhith he de i inst t e Steel trust ?nd Ohio rail ds ti, ,t the of loads ind dock companies thit ongiess tike action loot In? to the m n eel c-nice n preferential overnnent cor-trol cf la oids He m the handlin" of ore Indict- the present n Iread svstem i i if f 11 i CM f steel s e mo t gijr-f'ic s ir' ne expected pedaled on the 4m n in piople md Po sibly tin grind wi rpi re hat the pieseit pietl nrl, of tbe lail I in v i r( tun In the oicls aie ic pon i lie fo pi icilh fa i n i-ie bit it i b v 1 condition in the 1 stn Mton D inrl i ft JUsmess woild ant Joseph O POSTS; tint s ifflrirnt j ron tno repolt, o{ rte state rommisainn aid the secre treasim he shows the tail t to more inlet e bm na ql th i f render fuitbe mt n s iiieis I e f 1 sn 1 at i i will be w b fV j M n i rec n l n nj n- th 0 t 111 or eortim ro poilti ns b t it t P" m In id 1 T L (omme cc i of tl-. leau unillr than tmml ('ei-i cthei e lalh irtling ficirc s e fiiTished millions be dee i are rnl b d to It is if uch mal-e possible this tienendous eam OHIO LEGISLATORS TO BE URGED TO ACTION i30i TS 2 anv mo e air oet i in In nna in connection wit! 'he. tUnamitms; of the Loa 1 in b u dmr tne ri wiM not be 11 tl 11 n t k i the ctite out a full in court Tils wis th anno i" p it todav of Gov Mu hull n t' s orm o-f pi t s! f it c in u ni aglinst bis action m allow in miri to be s] i out of tbe tit without a hDann The Tanon co it-t i wi3 fodai ti n i in ot tbe n, of 1 mm it" In the oHite be b i 11 u T T McNaimn hid In h irlinit" Prosecutejr Baker annun'eti that the pi and jurv woujtl pro terl with its n on ewo tl it placed th" dvnimite in the Mnltim? as th fc H 0 c i and oecondl} that n was placed thor- bv thrt detectives the nsehes in to bring charges against tht labor leader late tolja% Mrtsarnara was at a meetms of the I The entire Oho delegation e national executive boird of the iron c alb Senator Pen "rTe is threit'ened with biood nol'soiV'fro'm an workers when t-e w i- arrested IP ,r Ovel tbe o tloo' 'or a surcrssf 1 in ir i b, foot he sustained during go-wlthvoii he said and then ho was camiai-n to 1 nnrj Himon to tht his recert trip to P nsbnrs to at BP awav the requisition b> Gov as a pres den al o s bihtj and wh le tene, the me ting of Wa JOiingon natinL1- p il un Hefni to rave vet lowed bv Go> >It shall HF M u e T n'dmk A I -S ni c le s I en ir rl n dee i the membe su of t e two com T o v, om Hifon '11 lent r'o his not %llv deedei w 10 pnnoint to t'lo eoin ufte bu exneots to announce their makpu jmilani o le laimc Mi Nicnols heaid 'hib on nil IP ui he stir td for home h idei o imk in in I'-ten deinind lor rK at The leooid of tho New liture hi imrle mo P tonidille than md the ilcon are i li iton is his ipprtnenls in the IOI sh ill at Roohambeau i. nientiire OIH Sun I iid is at b 21 1 mie Alaximu u hours ei ding it mi es 10 thwe t moi nn ago te- at 4 r i n it in lb a ad ve o itv for 24 noo i t t.a 11 it 10 4 Mom av CLEVELAND POLICE IN BIG ROW OVER RAIDS 0 Or 1 1 i te., 11 j wi 1 the) o ua eond tie i in ih n i tei i e in w lit I] sa il i sav v 1 ef i eut bt m Uiief i n i o 1 i of i i o nl 01 i i ation ei vvl u five cl tiuii i t cnv n ovv i it ions I oj in 01 All Activities On Both Sides Susoencled Foi Five Day Penocl. DIAZ' LIBERAL ATTITUDE Complete Settlement Of Diffei- ences Expected Except In Sc-ittenne; Places i had Ti i til 0 1 i s nidi i i ri lei t i T t-1 h 1 t 11 id 1 int 11 on Pit ion en i I i ilom i t the H i the M! 11 s foi EL T i v lh peactfui -i loss tilt loulei tocai tht armist i. aftectmi; the dis tnct fion Juaiez to Cliihuahua Tlu tiuce signed tn Gereial Madeio and Geneial pioiileb theie shall he no of tioopi of eithei side dm ing the next ihe and that provisions and medicines be brought to eithei camp fiom the side without imnient of dut> It is noted that -nhere a federal force is besieged is, not opened iu the armistice The miur iMto actnites m that dlstuct aie argeH independent It is eipec ed thai m the of the settlement of the lebellun in Chihuahua ihc situation at Ojmaga ma other scattered places thiougU lut the ippublio receue attention The moral ettect of the cessation o' hostilities in Chihuihtin m regarded as ttitain to mate in thei narts of the couutfV simple Actual peace negotiations piecedefl ainnijtice It n is of course kEown. that a truce was agreeable to atieio and a telegram from the Cit jf Mexico informed him that Geueial Naval ro had been instructed bj Piesident Diaz to enter into the pact The concessions which the ment is willing to make have been knonn to General Alideio for two weeks ever since Fredenco Moje a business man of Chihuahua General Madeio at Rancho Bustillos The concessions weie discussed at he meeting bj the various leaders and members of ihe peace commission r present at the meeting weie riaiitibco Aladeio sr fitbu of the (oel leader Madero jr s brotheis Oustavo ind Raoul 'ascual Oiozco the original Held tadei of the niolution Pineho Villa 'oimei bandit and present stanch upportei of Madeio Giuseppe Gaia baldi and Senora Matioro the leade s hrst taking Juaiez then peice Ge-neial Madero has the most au- thentic of a libeial atti tuele on the put of the Reyes Recalled PARIS April Bernai do the "Vfexioan of vvai has icceived a call from Presi 'ent Diaz to retmn at once to Jiex ico t e f r i iu i l Kol le then ic H ill ,uc i t s a tn to >c eit i solicit s nt m t tie nul in imti In oitc aloon P lice Captim 1 i ia.x 11 n i- u led on c! list ot n to l at on ana IP on i lit ntirh nfu d cli o d i weic. i uded JZQSLSS There are about "00 member of the Porum club and the aie neb Chief Kohler I am a po! oe It cannot get to the senate until the last of the week No bill will be introduced to give the Ohio canals more thin is ed m tne appropriation bill although o an effort be made to mciease the on the floor nol'se Liquoi sa> tbe Ha is bill to allow a vote m cities on the sale of beer will not be introduced Chair man Smith elsh of the temper committee opposes tbe Dean bill hm t mg the number of saloons on the ground thit at the summer along tbe lake fiont and on the ishnds of I ake hne the saloons close in the winter and the} would not be allowed to open again under the law Ran Away from Home Because Is Aided By Judge. Over Three Million Dollars In- crease Ordered In Parts of- Ottawa County. REDUCTION IN ERIE PROBABLY APPROVED Oak Harbor Reduced While Pt, Clinton, Marblehead and Put-in Bay Stand. Special to the Star-Journal- _ COLUMBUS O, Aorll 24.-T While Erie county Is gettinfl a reduction of tax values, Ottawa county to the wen, 13 one of more than forty counties for which boosts have been orderecU The increases amount to many millions and the total, when the work is completed, will probably be over Tne total m Ottawa i Oscar _ increases ara made It ta claimed the local tax offlcialB fslt short With the Increases the of- ficials are certain a one per cent tax The tax commission obtained ab- stracts of sales from township and city in the from tre county auditors. By maktaw comparisons between the Tiroes c? the land thus disclosed bv the ab- stracts and the returns th Oscar Lighf resides the which Is unchanged old brick mill between Venice and Castalia was taken from her parents by Judge Sloanes orders and placed m the custodi of Mis, the Humane officer who will to "tn uc "wntujie in goi find a good home for the gnl counties the figures The probate court action came as, ot >et beeu completed a result of the girls leaving home Sundav She was found in the citv the police and turned to Mrs E.erett after the girl had explained her actions She chimed that hT father and mother and other members of the family had been drinking and carousing at home and that she could no longer stand for their actions 4c cordingly she decided to leave home Teatimony at the juvenile court hear ing corroborated the girl a story in general Anna has every appearance of being a good girl and the court held that it would be an Injustice to her to compel her to live surrounded by conditions so disagieeable When the father of the girl missed ji he notified the police orning he came to the utv and was piesent at the hearing m juvenile court The fimily recently came to Erie counU fiom Foil Clinton so the local police Theie are ten or eleien members of the famih m eluding seveial small children Ac e was equalized bv counties and adjoining townships of adjoinlac counties were taken up and sons made In this wav the comniii- slon has gone over the entire ttatt. with the exception of Hamilton ty The work has cost the The legislature appropriated for eipensea in the quadrieunal praisement The total cost to state will not tion with leference to them may be Uken the authorities _ Ten vean ago tttis work was done bv a board tlurU memuers elected from senator- ial districts The cost of tion at that time was Tk4- commission has examined 742 peraoU in making the valuation thai Stenographic notes been kedL o her information obtained Sf and correspondence BENATOKB DISAGREE AS TU NEE1) or INTERVENTION IN MEXICAN CRISIS The ten per cent reduction tn Sins dusk} cib and alscf a redaction in Frie county will it Is believed, stand; Heie are incieases made In some ties Ulen 749 783 Sib Butler. S9o7941 Clark Crawfori Defiance ?3 430 652 Ful- I ton 1 'li 184 Lick ng 4 204 870 Lo, lam Madi'on J8920917T Morrow Free List Bill Believed To Certain To Pass The House. 'U h 'he! row benren reMilai and lepublicans in the ovei com mil tee pHce still ind tie demon its hkcl} to be c died to settle the dis inte the house demo ciats lodu btirtcd the fUU for t-nff revision re louti bill disposed of as> fir the tonst is concenuii tire Hius o Mttle le ie np drivn t'le nil1 introduced In Miurnun Indiiiood I ot tne md meins inn tt md i timed In tie dsmo r tl n (us i inna on the fren h t m ni c iiud irtules ciknlated to Lit of F u lit 'o the tirmei I h it the li II i is the no iso line! i hoitJ b t 1 be i ti b il nt md iiolon eu d bite ind t dn io> o' the final will be rir di f leil firm the on the re l I ro in 1 11 i i 1 c n I a Irr-. de ohrt tint it tourtr-o o' the ci n H u h o ed w i i trt den r I in onti tu' Un re lout I P n 11 be oiincl th I unie stin Ins ilni th In the nun i ib la he ng rushed on the OfW Ml" i'e r c o new two storj 'TICK lant it the corner of Market mil uren Iht. 11 nt al o it to i it the roof cur Ihe bu Idmt: ind H is expected nnuy Hilt H II bt m shipe bv I rh thit the eomj inv cm move therw- ti in thp resent quarters on t'-et t v that div Tte contra tors arc oifeied a foi the rom letion ot the building the stecfiel tune which I1 e Isr rhe romi inv is i n sS i the oflcials aw v v u s to into theli whe e the oitput of e in le pualv neieased Tpe com. n is tor time been ereaMT 11 1 01 el iv of larger factory i etial fo the S ai lourril I I II Ml o i a re iche 1 ittlt the PHtt van's thi> or noon let Officer Ham lin- Nohie st re 1 Haek an4 trar fs tirtea to inn XoMe e ul hinselr and opeied lire, Kussell This is the ni; of one of the greatest critmml pi execution the conntrv has kno-vn smd Burin E ait'ieV'of 55 S shortlv o decide on a phn of i-hon rheumatism in his sho ilaer Senator ,eo and in tbe senate a mijo-i-' oflproptrt} lnes ho CAMP t Tliirtnn on i_ v i__u __i._ _ e ji.. _i-__i. f I u.u nvici oi-iifiiur iL'U Ui l ur H niTJV Ol ut came ti1 Burton sustained an abrasion to h both sides thp oh unlei will en Detective ashmston to the cause !pent tbe tl3% in conferenrt j mt uu i in "nil tuts UJ K Ul II1S Ul H. gOL If] 10 1116 CUE Tarnes W MeNsmnra and Ortie vinous membe s of the O'lio deleci He was treated hi a surgeon in Pitts 01 the Man., 1-ad btpr arrasttd in Detroit tion He rdu led to Olio vestorda} burg who operated the injured mem ing BBd taken te It is rhlrAed is no coneeilm t'ie ict b it her and upon bis return to some of (leavo o pr.veft open dissension on LoUse deploied pubirc of witli the die of his