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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio V ''V THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1911, NUMBER 109 ID Iff UH STATES FIRST GENUINE PICTURES OF BATTLE SCENES IN JUAREZ WHERE MORE FEDERAL REINFORCEMENTS HAVE JUST ARRIVED Champ Clark's Speech forRec- iprocity Treaty Arouses British Newspapers BILL PASSED HOUSE BY A BIG MAJORITY Democrats Almost Solid For The Measure, Including Anderson and Sharp of Ohio, THE WEATHER with prob- ably rain or snow tonight or Thursdaj. Not much change in temperature. Teicpeiature at 7 a. de- grees. Temperature one year ago to- degrees Sun rises Thursday at 6 24 a. m. and sets at 5.06 p. m. (Stand- ard Time.) Maximum wind veloeit) for 24 hours ending at noon today 9 miles east at 6-40 Wednesday morning LONDON, Feb. is aroused today over the speech of Champ Clark in the house yester- day on the Canadian reciprocity treaty when he said England iMJjjiii ooon turn over Canada to the United States, and a fear is de- veloping here that the empire will ultimately lose Canada, Great antagonism to Clark's statement was shown in the Eng- lish press today, moat of the papers adding that a reciprocity treaty with the United States will only further the cause of Ca- nadian annexation. Senate Committee To Have Charge of Bill WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. The fight on the Canadian reciprocity a- greement now goes to the senate. There it will take its chances with numerous other Important matters. An effort to fix the day for a vote on the Lorlmer case has failed although it seems vote will come ultimately. In the senate the reciprocity bill was today referred to the powerful and reactiooarav finance committee, where the real struggle over I he measure will begin and where the question whether thore will be an extia ses- sion will be threshed out. It is accepted on all sides that if the committee shall lefuse to report the bill so that there may be a vote on it in the senate the president will surely call an extra session. Democrats saved the measure in the house. A vote came late after a- mendment and debate had been shut off while republicans cried "gag rule." An analysis of the rote shows these figures: For the 77; dem- ocrats, 144; total. 221. Against the 88; democrats, 4; total, 92. The four democrats were Brous- eard, Bujo and Estoponal, of Louis- iana, and iHammond of Minnesota. All the Ohio democrats, including Ander- son and Sharp, who had not declared themselves, voted for the bill. The bill was not amended In any particular e.veept the two amend- ments made by the ways and means committee to perfect the wood pulp clause. These were simply to cut all reference to wood pulp m the first draft of the bill and then place'the wood pulp clause at the eiid of the hill as a separate section. The passage of the bill in the house came at the end of a long debate, which at times was as bitter as has been heard on the floor of that chain- fcer in )ears> The fight was confined almost wholly to the republican side. Democratic members joined In from time tCLjime and taunted the major- ity members- for their lack of unity. The democratic leaders also put in the claim that the reciprocity agree- ment was good democratic doctrine, and declared they were glad to wel- come President Taft and many of the house republicans into the democratic fold. Immediately after the vote Speak- er Cannon hurried to the White House to be the guest at a state speaker's dinner given by the piesident Champ Clark's speech jestc-roay In which he said Canada would ultimate- ly be annexed to the United States, has aroused the ire of President Taft j and he has ordered Secretary of State Knox to Toast" him at the reciprocitv Claim Made that Orozco, Play- ing a Deep Game, Will Capture Juarez GEN. NAVARRO ENTERS CITY OneThousand Federal Soldiers Accomplished Relief Trip With Little Opposition BULLETIN WASHINGTON. Feb ban d of 200 Mexican reoeis seized money and the supply of rifles and saddles at the American Smelting Co. plant at Velardena. Mexico, today, ac- cording to infoimation received at the state copartment. EL PASO, Feb. Gener- al Navarro with his federal forces en- tered Juarez without opposition last night the revolutionary junta here to- day asserts that Gen Orozco is play- ing a deep game and both Juarez and Chihuahua will be in possession of the rebels within 30 days. There was no battle yesterday, the skirmish wMch took place being be- tween a small band of rurales and the body guard of Provincial Governor Gonzales near Guadalupe where ha has moved his headquarters. Amid the wildest cheering and cries of "Viva Diaz, Viva Gen. Navarro, at the head of 1.000 federal troops from Chihuahua, entered Jua- rez. The entire trip, consuming twelve days, was made by train with- out the Bring a shot. Navarro, during the trip, was com- pelled to repair 25 bridges and cul- verts, which had been blown up by the Insurrectoi SPRING AT HAND? Have you seen robin, sure sign of the approach of spring? George Hartman, substitute mail carrier, reports that he saw one of the yellow-breasted birds sev- eral days ago. A Berlin Heights correspondent reports that the first robins were seen there Sun- dav, Feb. 12. No report has yet been received f'Om John Krupp, venerable observer, who usually is among the first to note the ar- rnal of the birds DATE IS SET FOR 1 PROTEST State Tax Commission Wants Auditor Deist To Appear Next Tuesday. COMMITTEE WILL ALSO GO Request and Arguments For 15 Per Cent Horizontal Reduction Prepared. Protests of city property owners a- gainst the large increases in tax fili- ations fixed by the city board of re- view will be made to the state tax commission Tuesdav of next week Jit 1.30 p. m Word to that effect was ICE HARVEST If BUT Dealers Expect a Sufficient Supply in Michigan to Meet Requirements. RETAIL PRICES NOT LIKELY TO ADVANCE Shortage Here and At Other Ohio Points May Be Made Up in a Week. One more week of ice harvest- ing in Michigan will Insure a plentiful supply of ice for the com- ing summer and, in all probability, no change in retail prices In this section of the country. This is the opinion of ice men here. Some dealers are already deoUr- ing that while there'Is a short- age in some places, including Sin- dusky, the general harvest has been sufficient to insure no in- crease of prices. "It is a little too early yet to said C L Wagner, of the Inter-State Ice Co, Wednesday. "A week may make a great difference." It is generally believed that no received Wednesday afternoon, by John more ice w111 harvested here thia Deist, county auditor, from B. E. Wtl- Tne chances arc against a suf- llamson, secretary of the commission, itaent freeze-up to permit ice cutting. Deist and the committee Business Men's association, of J. C Hauser, George A. nd E. M. Vietmeier, will go bus on that date and of the houses have not been filled nor weie all shipments made which were desired. However, the harvest is still on in Michigan where most of the houses are being filled, while hun- ___ -equest for a horizontal re-f fifteen per cent in the ions. They will be armed sties bearing on the out. The result will be that summer orders will be filled from the Michigan houses rather than from tending to show the alleged unfairness Sandusky houses to a considerable of the pressnt apportionment tent Auditor Deist has been working oni Because of the local shortage the a mass of figures and will be well pre- wholesale price of Sanduiky Ice may I pared to present the question to the tax commission. It is not considered j likely that the commission will pass 1 on the matter the same day, but will spend some time considering it. i Auditors of Ottawa, Sanduskv. 1 Huron, and Lorain counties have i been asked to appear before the tax i commission at the same time with I Auditor Deist. The opportunltv of comparing conditions as they esist in contiguous counties will thus be pre- sented. Whether any attempt will be made to lower the country valuations fixed by the county board of review is not known. Although there is con- siderable sentiment in favor of this plan, no organized steps have been At the meeting of Auditor Deist across the line by way of Yuma, Ariz., In the opinion of Mexican govern-; re-entering Mexican territory In the ment officials, the arrival of the rein- neighborhood of Mexicali, which town forcements marks the end of the Jua- is reported to be now in the hands of I rez campaign. Orozco and the other tne insurgents. It Is promised, how- rebel chiefs are scattered east south of here. and ever> tne Mexican guards shall not be used offensively, bat simply to protect the river Improvement work. The state department at Washing- ton has given permission for the pas- sage through American ten itory of a I PITTSBTJRG, Feb. the craw body of Mexican guards to protect the I of a hen won at a raffle by George employes and materials along the dike j Glancy, of Magnolia street, Woods now being constructed to control the; Run, a solitaire diamond ring and two Colorado river. The guards will gather in LEI TRIPLE MES with the Business Men's committee Wednesday night at the court house, plans for the trip will be made, and arguments for the occasion prepared. FAMILY DENIES GIRL IS IN N. Y. HOSPITAL go up some, but it is believed toe re- tail price will not be affected. southern part of the state the short- age is more pronpunced. Toledo ice men say they have a. plentiful supply in Michigan but De- troit is -confronted with a serious shoi tage. Flour Prices to Drop. As a result of the continued lower price of wheat, attributed In part to the probability of the Canadian reci- procity agreement, a redaction of flour prices is imminent. ID cities the wholesalers have already announced a reduction of from 25 to 60 cents a barrel. "Much depends upon the on wheat in the next few said a local grain and flour man Wednes- day. "If the price does not recover flour will drop. That Is certain." Just howi much the retail price woal4 he affected is a question. A reduction is coming, however, and with down to 25 cents a dozen ind potatoes retailing at 40 cents a bushel, the CJO- sumer finds some relief at hand. LCHILUIJ vi rii i DCUIVVI, r uu. ine craw n ._. body of Mexican guards to protect the I of a hen won at a raffle by George LlSt NOW Contains "LlVC Wires' Only, Only ThOS6 Remaining For The Finish Which Comes California. It is desired to send them for dinner. i small empty cartridge shells Lower found as the fowl was bijmg dressed Saturday NEW YORK, Feb. de- nial was made today by the Arnold I family and authorities that Dorothy' Arnold, missing heiress, had been lo- i ,cated at Flower Hospital here. The J denials followed the publication of a story that a sister had called at the hospital yesterday to see Dorothy. A FLOOD OF VALENTINES Never before in the history of Brie ferent babies in the race are exerting WAUKEGAN 111 Feb 15 _ Fines county has there been r feature that, every effort this week. They realize nf "hUmi niira" I; PLOI NttttGI has stirred the community as has The (the real value of triple votes and in- oneratora of beer wagons in H I Star-Journal's baby contest. Every-' tend to take advantage of them to the wooaZve of di I body is talking ab-mt it and In some j fullest extent. The laggards have all piaced it on its feet again. T ____tn babe? whwii believe will' win. It i or out of the purse of the pub- j what it amounts free press that Ushers and the thousands of men who at 9 o'clock Saturday night. Con- testants who cannot present them should mail them not later than Friday evening, as all certificates must be in by 9 o'clock Saturday evening t been dropped from the race and only THE MAINE REMEMBERED HAVANA, Feb. 15 of the American colony in Havana today placed flags and wreaths on the wreck of the Maine in observ- ance of the thirteenth anniversary of the destruction of the battle ship. Anderson Re- ceives Over and Will Send Seeds in Return, STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building: WASHINGTON, Feb. vail entines sent to Congressman Ander- son from Fremont and Sandusky coun- Iv liiive i'ldtfn above 5.3oO announced today that ha will send packets of flower and garden seed to every one who s4nt him a val- entine. He received few letters or messages on the reci- procity bill. TOLEDO, O., Feb. thorough probe of the so-called "white slave" traffic in Lucas county will be by the grand jury which is to con- vene Monday morning. AKRON STIRRED BY DINNER GIVEN BY MAYOR'S DAUGHTER exactl; whom they have to beat The list has been weeded down to rock bottom nnd only the "Live Wires" re- main. arv now over one hun- dred contestants uho are racing along neck and neck To pick the winner is i K absolutely impossible, so close is the of a stmm of protest5 recened b> raw. -Mis W. P. sawyer, wife of All contestants should bear in mind Sawyer, following the dinner given AKRON, 0 Feb 15 the result that voting certificates must be in the by her daughter. Miss Lucy Sawyer, the contest managers by 9lt the consui at the Gar- o'clock Saturday night Threeprom- h t, %ferd t which flve nent business men of Sandusky will nL0ht-, were Dresent act judges The ballot box, contain-1 rt'ption a, thS >er home today for the educated ape. The dinner was very much New- poit Besides the ape. Miss Sawyer's guests were Miss Evelvn Church, daughter of President A. B Church of Buchtel college. Miss Loiene Wan- namaker, daughter of Judge R. M. Wannamaker. Miss Adele Carpenter, i placed in the hands of the- judges promptlv- at 9 o'clock and the results will probably be ready for announce- ment shortly after 11 o'clock. No pa1- nor coupons will be received after Thursdaj night and only voting certl- (Continued on Page-7) dared to criticise and condemn certain acts of both the administration and the supporters of the administra- tion in congress Laying aside the tre- mendous economic fact that the impo will be thrown out of employment if President C. Brown, of New the publishing business Is curtailed, York Central lines, and Vke-Presi- H will be if this increase In second dent Val Fitzpatrick, of the Brother- class postage becomes a law. hood of Railway Trainmen, are nego- It Is a blow at the liberty gnaran- tiatiug for a settlement of sitkm of this tax by the government' teed under the constitution. Is arising from the discharge of thlr- means the ruin of the magazine and subsersivp to every American Idea of teen Big Four conductors. They hope periodical business In this country, the I justice, lair play and decent politics, jto prevent a strike. PAYS FOR DEATH By the terms of one of the largest ever effected In this coun- ty. James McCann, killed in ac- cident on the Lake Shore railroad at Amherst last August, will receive the sum of from the corporation. The money will go to his heirs, a wife and four children. Attorney John P HcCryiUI, rep- resenting former State Senator John Crake, of Kimball, admlnintrator of in the matter in the probate court Wednesday morning. The settlement was obtained from the railroad with- out the bringing of a suit. Under the law. the largest amount that could have been obtained was 110000. The fatal accident happened on Aug- ust 15th of last year. McCann, he with was the assistant roadmaster of the grccetttlnew hfc Lake Shore, was In the cahoow. when When It wonM have It was (truck by a train of switching tad there MB cars. He leaped from the cabooM and Consul ofttred an apolotr to Miss Pauline Riscvh and Miss Marjr Waters The chaperons were Mrs. W. T. Sawyer, wife of the mayor, u3 Mrs. R. M. Newton. The dinner, served in a private din- ing room of the Garfleld hotel about 4 o'clock is the talk of social Akron, Societj women hardly know whether tc feel slighted or grateful because- tney were not invited Consul, in dinner garb, displayed most correct manners in dining with the >oung women, who were attired In party gowns. Onlv once did he es- hiblt a tendency to show ill breeding: That was when a waiter approached with mock turtle soup that Consul thought too hot H? protested slight- ly when the steaming dish was placed before him, but objected more stren- uously when the hot sucstaiKe burn- his mouth. In monkey language, he guests insist, the big ape calTeA for ice cream, but was pacified witll a dnnk of water. Before the luncheon a reception wtt held, William T Grover. who Is en- tertaining Consul, introducing ladles to the chimpanzee, who bowe4 nolitely and shook aU around. At dinner all the ladiw Canal who was In his best of MWs, Consul dined rather tptrtnglT, tie had a late breakfast. He water with sugar In it and he on the in cream. Very daintily held his glan and spooa ia ill filed the necMMnr waa tnuhed under the aad UlfeMd a IN SPA PERI APER ;