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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - May 24, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio y. r THE HOME.PAPER. THE ANDU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY S TAE -JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO.-WEDNESD AY, MAY 24, 19M, LAST EDITION NUMBER 193 Delay In Going To Mexico City Now Complicates The v Situation RESIGNATION NOT YET FORMALLY ANNOUNCED Change Was Expected Today and Meantime Rebel Lead- er Has New Troubles, JUAREZ, May criti- Cism is being heaped today on General Madero because of his de- lay in not going to Mexico City. Although Madero insists he is merely waiting for Diaz to re- tire it is known that the situation has become greatly complicated. As a result of the massacre of Japanese and Chinese in TorreOn great fear is felt here today that the United States will ba forced by outside nations to intervene. Madero is also having difficulty in making the various msni recto leaders, quiit fighting and his own men heie are becoming restless all of which, it is pointed out, makes it inadvisable _lci him to go to Mexico Citj until he is certain he can control the full situation -----Although it was claimed confiden- tial advices from Mexico Cit> were thatPresident Diaz would resign the lesignation of Vice Piesident Coiral, nothing developed Madero is just beginning to realize the strength of the revolutionary movement which he created A con- stant stieam of telegrams have been pouring; m at his headquai ters with- in the last few days, congratulating him on the success of the revolution and stating that hundieds of men are at hia disposal for instruct- ions. The telegrams are 'from all parts of Mexico, including ern and central portions Talk of a. counter revolution again1 was rife coupletf with rumors (plots by the Cientifko element in Mexico City, and the promiscuous use of money to accomplish Madeio's downfall and the possibility of mis- nap to tne Madero tram when it starts southwaid. Some of Madero's friends think he should take at least 200 aimed men with him, but the rebel leader himself scouts the idea saying he will have but a civilian es- cort. It ig probable, however, that a pilot locomotive will venture a kilo- meter or two ahead of the Madero scout for dynamite bombs impediments An evidence that Senor Madero al- ready is working m close harmonj with the provisional president select Senor De La Barra is the frequent exchange of messages that occur daily. Senor Madeio was advised for instance, that an attack on Hermosillo was contemplated- and money demanded because of stiamed relations between the federal officeis there- and the revolutionists He en- tered into communication with Senor a speedy lehef THE WEATHER Forecast: Fair tonight and Thursday. Tempeiature at 7 a. m., 63 de- giees Temperature one year ago, 58 degrees Sun rises Thursday at a m and sets at 6 51 p. m. (stan- dard Maximum wind velocitv for 24 hours ending at noon today, 16 miles west at eleven o'clock "Wednesday morning Witnesses Arrested For Refus- ing To Testify Before Sen- ate Committee MOTIVES ARE QUESTIONED, Probe Almost At a Standstill And May Be Blocked By Delays, COLUMBUS, 0, May sen- ate so-called "whitewash" committee went up against one moie snag to- day. After summoning M. D. Coch- ran, ot Toledo, another newspaper RETIRING PRESfDENT OF MEXICO AND TEMPORARY SUCCESSOR; HAPULTEPEC CASTLE, OFFICIAL HOME OF MEXICAN EXECUTIVES tiain to or other Be La Barra about in conditions theie. The new cabinet, as announced at (Mexico City, is made up as follows. Finance. .Sinesto Madeio Intel lor, Emilo Vasquez Gomez. Instruction, Dr. Francisco Masquez Gomez. Fomento, Manuel Calero War, Geneial Eugenio Rascon Communications, Manuel Bomlla Foreign relations (sub secj Bartolome Carbaial y'Rosas Rafael Heinandez Madero probablj be justice. eio. agreed' upon as minister of He was suggested by Mad- PAPER REOKG.OJZED TOLEDO. O., Maj Toledo Times Publishing Co, publishing the Toledo Morning Times, recently incor- porated with capital stock, was formally organized with the fol- lowing officeis President, George W. Dun; Mce president. Clarence Brown; secretary-treasuier, R c Pat- terson These gentlemen with B D Libbey and William Hardee compose the directorate man, and waiting all morning for him to appear, the committee only met with another retusal on Cochrans part to be sworn The committee then adjourned until this afternoon when it went into executive to decide what to do with Cochian E E Cook, editor of the Co- lumbus Citizen, and Charles J Pretz- man, attoi eny and former president of the chamber of commerce, who brought the Burns detectives here, before Justice morning They were arrested for refusing to testify and as it is a test case, much depends upon it The men were released un- der bond each. Chairman Todd appeared in the triple rote of member of the commit- tee, attorney for it and presecutmg witness. He was the only spokesman anieag the six lawyers in the eight1 acting members of the committee. Todd charged before Squire Hennessy. that an attempt was being made to prevent action by the -committee. At- will have a tearing Hennessy Thursday NyEGUUKDH TRAVELS FAR ON CALL. NEW YORK, May of hk> mile trip in an- 3 swei to a sick call completed, Dr. James J Chcnte of Los Angeles, this morning sailed on the Maure- tania P-? has been called to Rome to attend Mildred Browning; of 1 Angeles vsho became ill m the Latin capital insisted up- on hdimg the familv doctor Wanted To Reach Brown and Hynicka, Ac- cording to Prosecutor. SOLICITED A BRIBE FROM STATE PRINTER f torney R. w. Mccoy, for cook and I Arizona and New Mexico Asked Attorney D J Ryan, for Pretzman, retorted that the committee was ap- pointed for no good purpose. They charged that the onlv possible result of its efforts would be to furnish valu- able information to those who are or may be defendants m trials growing But Not Required To Make Changes WASHINGTON, May joint out of the grand jur} investigation' resolution admitting Arizona and of legislative rottenness. 1 Xew Mexico to immediate statehood, To3d urged a speedy hearing of the DUt withholding approval of the con- case while attomejs for the defendant i stitutions of both states until the peo- witnesses sought delay. j pie have voted in certain proposed a- We are going to "fight this case mendments to them, passed the house of representatives by a viva voce vote No roll call was demanded on the next to carrying this to a conclusion." i final vote On a preceding motion to "If j on carry this case to the su- j recommit the resolution, made by Re- preme court, how can the committee publican Leader Mann, thirtv -one re- hope to accomplish am thing, since publicans voted with the democrats, "BACON" IS A CAT AMD IN HOSPITAL, BUT WILL HAVE TRAVELING COMPANION ON TRIP BOSTON, Mass. May S. "Bacon" is of the tiger design. He S. Stevens of Brooklme, Mass.. wants I was born in Little Rock, Ark, Mrs. some kind woman with good refer- ences to accompany a two- and-a-half year old cat, from Dr. Stam- forth's hospital to Cedar avenue Cleveland, to the Stevens residence. "Bacon" has been under treatment 'or an aggravated casei a generally run down Stevens' home town, and named be- Personal Property Assessment Shows Increase of Over 300 Per Cent There CITY IS BEHIND COUNTRY Evidence is Now Being Heard in First Of Legislative Boodle Cases Practically All Reports In Show Gain Of Fifty Per Cent In city Values, Increases of ninety per cent over last year in personal propertr esti- mates m the country, and fifty pei cent in the city, are shown by the leports of assessors, filed with Coun- tv Auditor Deist. Everp taxing district in the county, except Florence township, and Huron township Xo 2 is included in these figures, and the assessors fiom these districts have not yet filed their le- poits Conrad Rhode, assessor in Second Ward Two, is the onlv- city man who has not submitted his fig- uies officially, but the return from his district will be in the neighbor- hood of it is known Exclusive of corporation taxes, the returns trom the city will approxi- COLUMBUS, May sen. sation was sprung today in tfie trial of Representative George B. Nye when in his opening state- ment of the case Prosecutor Turn- er declared that Nye had suggest- ed that for he could secure the influence of republican boss Walter Brown of Lucas county and of Rud Hynicka of Cincinna- .ti in favor of the gerrymander bill to oust Judge Blair of Adams county. Turner declared that Nye had broached his proposition to Representative Ktmble, author of the bill. Later Turner stated, Nye went to State Printer A, E. Crawford anrf bribe to "out the bill across." The jury for the trial was com- pleted this morning. House Clerk Kempel and State Printer Crawford were the principal witnesses this forenoon Crawford testified to being ap- proached by Xje and told that it would be necessary to have to be "used among the boys" if the bill was to be passed Attorney Mauern m outlining the defense stated that it would be conceded that Xye talked to Kimble and Crawford about the bill but not lor the purpose of soliciting a bribe. Other evidence to be introduced: will, it is understood, be in the main corioborative. Character witnesses from Nje's district may be sum- mate an increase of about nioned, and against this possibility, over 1910. The combined newspaper correspondents city and corporation returns on per- sonal propeity last jear were 195. With an increase of over 300 per- cent over his last vear's returns, Ot- leads cause the markings of coat! rmi on ,M.W. suggested to his mistress the the c'ountrjr estimates gams Milan village, with a gain of of breakfast bacon. Last Jar'iary Mrs. Stevens stopped off at Cleveland on her way from Lit- tle Rock 'o Brooklme to call at the even to the supieme said Todd "I will devote mvself this year ano1 strong enough to make alone and unattended. Mrs. Stevens advertised for a panion for "Bacon" and tolay she re- ceived an answer from Mrs Penn of Cleveland, who expressed herself as being willing to look after the con- valescent "Bacon" in return for rail- way fare In joyous expectation of the home- Oil Co, band is con's" malady Stamfcith grew worse and. Dr 1 that he would bf) to continue his trip to Boston. he isn't strong Mrs. Stevens said today, "and I couldn't th'nk of letting him make the trip alone." 120 percent over 1910, is the "run- ner to use a sporting expression. All the townships show an increase. The figures are as follows- Margaretta township, Venice pre- cinct, last year Margaretta township, Castalia pre- cinct, last year, Groton township, year. Orford township, year, last year, TOLEDO, May Toledo man who he was converted bv "Billj" ad- defeating the motion 214 to 57. it dies when the legislature journs9" Ryan maimed "It is not a light thing for on an amendment revising the I a welcome as his weak condition will bers to sit under these charges." Todd recall provision as it applies to judg- permit. coming of "Bacon" his room is beiti- Sunday" the past week has sent in ea, as ported b> the city assessors, are follows First 1 Di- vision 2, Division 3. Second 1. 47fi Division 2, approximately Di- vision Thud 1 Fred Division 2, Division 3 'Columbus, Rooeit Fourth 1. i Columbus. Division 2, Division 3. 310 It is expected that the corporation i returns in the citv and countv, will be reoeived within two or three j weeks, will greatly swell the above Bgures, especially in the citv The to- tal should at least be trebled under, one cent, tax limit, so that the present increases arp not sufficient rp- Martin Johnson bus diiver, as fames Donovan, farmer, Reynolds- burg-. Sherman Clark, farmer, Plam City. Armon Von Sewar, farmer, Jackson township. Otto Jaegar. car- pentei, Columbus. "William H Dick- inson, busmen man Columbus; Wal- lace Smilev, c arpenter, Perrv town- J C Ciager, farmr. Hilliaid; business man, Miller, retired, Will Enter Law Firm In Cleve- land, Leaving Vacancy On Local Bench It Was Piped To Celnetery And Mow It Returns Some little excitement and inter- was created among Colura- While he has not yer made ths formal announcement, it is authon- tametj stated that Judge Charles 3. j Reed of the common f'eas court, vviK retire on Sent 1 and will go to ClevtC Urd where ne will enter ilie ffrn> Russell Eichelberger as the senior partner. The Srm name will tirob- ibly be Reed, Russell Eicheibsrs- er. information is said to jbus avenue residents recently vyhen'come from Cleveland but Judge what appeared to be a spring wasf make no statement Wednesd.i... discovered on the Lake Shore Electric) business world. A great many of the the country in all that it has under- older and fundamental questions! taken by supplying its extraordinary of our politics we regard as long ago life with its physical foundation. settled. The business of politics is But the illegitimate connections be- nowadays a business of adjustment, of; tween business and legislation are an- meeting new conditions as they arise] other matter. Every community {3 and making law suitable to our chang- i vaguely aware that "the political" ma- _____ _______ _______ ing life. The most remarkable and I chine upon which it looks askance has story almost too strange to be be- [would be cured. After prayer, remembered" thaV many influential changes that have taken certain very definite connections with'lieved is given out here concerning laid aside her brace, has since been i there was a spring at this" place and place in recent years in America have- men who are engaged m business on the miraculous cure of Marian Me- (wholly able to do without it and for! the water which was seen to bubble been economic rather than political a large scale, and the suspicion whicn'Gintj. four years old. of 1340 West! the first time in her life can run and forth recently wns traced to the Hos- the spot was visited by a large num- ber of people. CLEVELAND, 0., May she expressed her faith that she older residents in the neighborhood s of the local bar have track near the countv infirmary The! apprised of the change, however clear water was seen bubbhng forth j Judge Reed has tor some time con- from the ground at Frey's stop and! templated retiring. While HP Busmess has bulked larger and larger attaches to rte machine itself has be- 5Sth street For two ears the child with other children Persons mer lot m Oakland cemetery. A pipe and has consequently been more and gun to attach also to business enter- had suffered from curvature of the who have examined her say all been run from the cemetery lot more interlaced not orly with nation- prises just because these connections soinc wore a brace She take up a practice in Clsvelaid riist promises much he will probably con- tinue to make Ins home in at least for the present. tion will be presented Harmon, who Hia to appoint a to al policy but with legislative change throughout the countrj. (Continued on Page 2) fill the unexpired term. local candidates, including Judge M Sloane, now of the proba't court: was j cations are that the cure is perma-'to the spring in order to get water in! John F McCrystel and L finally taken to the Shrine of j nent Numerous etaer cures are; the time before the conveniences o! er have previously been j Lady of Consolation at Carey, 0., where i claimed. I today. lor tiw place. ;