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Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - March 22, 1927, Sandusky, Ohio GOOD EVENING THE STAR SUPREME IK ITS ElECD THE WEATHER Fair and continued cold Tuesday night; Wednesday cloudy with slowly rising temperature. SIXTIETH YEAR. 12 PAGES SANDUSKY, OtilO, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1927. DAILT S CENTS' SATURDAY. B CENTS I TONIGHT Movies-Page 2. Today's Radio-Page 12 "Daughters of Midas-Page 3. NEWS HIGHLIGHTS SANDUSKY AND VICINITK Supreme court rules Lyon must die in electric chair, Statc forester says city should control municipal forestry. BRITISH REPULSE ATTACK OF CHINESE M who GENERAL NEWS Britiah repulse Chinese Invade foreign settlement. Man Illegally convicted of murder freed. U. Si cancels anti-smuggUng treaty with Mexico. BlSfHS Mr, and Mrs. George Doyle, 1527-Camp-st, a daughter, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowman. a aon^ at Good Samaritan hospital. Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Fettlage, Huron, a.daughter, at Good Samaritan hospital. DEATHS Ransom Wade, 49, 714 Han-cock-ati Mrs. Mercy Sprlggs FuHz, 79. Mrs. MaJJgaret RItter; Soldiers' Home.' Jim Lyon, Havana Murderer, Must Die in U. S. ENDS ANTI-SMUGGUNG TREATY WITH - ' WASHINGTON. Mar. state department todarj nounced it had served'^not-Mexico terminatinif th�v^ smuggling treaty between: two countries. After the treaty abrogaUori. announced, Secretary - of logg went to the White. tend the cabtofet^meetlng, was understood, the Me3dc4o| lean situation V was- d length. / . -l The notice was given In. City last night. ./-Sj Officials here today refuflcd)^6 whether this action-: is a. foeeM to possible lifting of  the, Am� embargo on arms shlpments^l' ico. The. tr.eaty. signed Deo; :>2a became effective Marchff28K . malnlng In force for one'yfeM thereafter' until notice .xif^'J tion was given. " � r ir. The state depi^rttrt^tij^ainr " "Upon due oonsidertUlon, ernmentf'has tonclOTe^'tol" the treaty at .the year,|Ma^|*.,; oordlngly\gIven t tiee to thic govevtfi "It mt^y be>poln, connection 'tha^t tlie IJn|| has ' had'. * no .:^coi&tne (since i8�2) with M'exlCOJiaji! circumstances it'telHtrtrjc vlsable to"contta9ie::in"ft^ggfiJ|sj rangement wl\Ich;',migliv.;y|niti(! contingencies fefnd, tJtie'tJnitetl^ to co-operatlon' fop'ftheCe^fot^ of -law or decrees*'celaijingwtl importation of.-c6iQmod|tip sorts mto' ariothar':-;cduntry|| which ihi^ gov^miment hasj,!? rangement, by .tf^tyi-'or, Qtfcui safeguarding ^ Ameplca'b.  'c- against possibleidte^rlmlns^t Three, weeks.-.ago'lhe tlfilteal reported exclusively^ that th? " department was seriously ing denouncing , the ami; treaty. At "that Unfei^tt/" , out that any posslbje'vaclii the American embdrgo. shipments to Mexico- coQ];d^ made, effective .so lopg:jMi:l smuggling treJtty renmlned" lil Under the smuggling >tr� would be necessary .�ifor ;this| ment to report to the'Mex'" ernment on private >'�irij:^1 legally excluded from ,,ljlwi!i permitting Mexican, fedfefiti authorities to seize .Tafcma\1 for counter revolutioniu?yj- The treaty was rie'g were leaving Sandaslcy,^so was produced vandji^^-iocordlsffi lice. Kline admUt�d^ ^rink. The next he. It�f,w ho | fbrced from th�i'