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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE HOME PAPER. I TODAY'S NEWS TODAY SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 195 Rejoicing In Capital As Bells Proclaimed Change But There Was No Chief Will Soon Join De La Barra. THE SLEEPING BEAUTY! MEXICO CITY, May 26-The condition of former President Diaz fol- lowing his resignation late yesterday is so serious today that he may be unable to leave the city for some time to tome The unchecked jubila- tion of the masses following his ie si-nation is said to have depressed the aged man much Senor De La Barra took the oath as provisional piesident at noon Everywhere the city is quiet the mobs having dispersed with the resigna- tion of Diaz. The oider jesteiday of Madero to lesume hostilities is to- daji conceded to have 'been the cause of Diaz at last resigning The resignation was foimally ac- cepted! at 4-54 b? the chamber of deputies. In his letter Diaz de- clared that he knew of no wrongs he had committed but that he yielded to the wishes of his countrymen. To the city generally the accept- ance of the resignation of the presi- dent was announced by the clangins; of the bells of the cathedral. Two discharges of cannon proclaimed the triumph of the revolution. Every one had expected an uproar when the announcements should be made, but within the chamber the words announcing the event were fol- lowed by silence. The deputies seem- ed awed by what had taken place. In the street, black with people, the news that Diaz was no longer the president -was the signal for wild shouting and other manifestations -Thsro was no violence or destruction Editor and Attorney Bound over For Refusal To Give Testimony. of property. Every entrance to the chamber and all street approaches were guarded bv heavily armed, mounted police wTfernhlT session optimal to receive the president's resignation. Only those who came hours ahead of time got within this cordon. Those admitted were quiet and well behaved. Outside the line of police the throng cheered itself hoarse, but gave the officers no trouble. Street cars run- n'ng near the chamber were compell- ed to stop by the density of the crovid, and car roofs swarmed with eager spectators. To Continue Campaign. JUAREZ, May 26 Madero today announced -that he -would leave for Mexico City within the next week to help qiganize the new government Should the people demand it he savg he will run for the presid-ency when the new election is oidered. In spite of the resignation of Diaz, Madero's orders that troops move against Saltillo will still be carried out The occasion of the attack is the refusal of the Coahuila legislature HOT CLASHES AT HEARING. Trial of Representative Nve Near End But Other Cases Are Delayed to elect the governor Madero has chosen for that state. Gen Yilljoen today announced he would take 200 men and three ma- chine guns with him on his cam- paign to subdue the socialist insur- rectos in Lower California. He will pick up other troops on the waj. Keep Troops in Texas. WASHINGTON, May The res- ignation of President Diaz will not result in the withdrawal of American troops from Texas, it was announced today. Instead Major General Wood will make an effort to have the ttoops kept there until the winter in order to continue the maneuvers Should peace in Mexico be definitely established, howevei, the cavahj troops will be recalled from the Mexi- Socialist 'Republic. SAN DIEGO, Mav-i That the socialist insunectos of Lower Cali- fornia have already established at Pia Juana their ideal republic and that the revolution v, i'l be Kept up until all Mexico is converted into such a republic is the announcement heie today of Attomey Kirk, one of the leaders of the movement The new liberal government he states has issued an ordei fixing the mini- mum wages of all laborers at a day and this ordei has been recog- nized by the railroad in the district controlled bj the hbeial armies. COSHOCTO.V. 0, May has been abandoned for the body of Walter Johnson. 11, who was drown- ed in the Tusrarawas river while try- ing to swim across the stream with several companions. COLUMBUS, May E. Cooko, editor of the Columbus Citizen and C. J. Pretzman, attorne> and former president of the chamber of commerce, were toda> bound over to the grand jury in bonds each for refusing to testify before the senate probe com- mittee It is expected the same action will be taken in the cases of the four other newspapermen under arrest for refusing to testifj Personalities, sensational charges, vindicative threats and bitterness marked both sides of arguments be- fore Squire Homer Z. Bostwick. Senator Todd again appeared in his triple role of the committee chair- man, attorney and the prosecuting witness. When he concluded his ar- gument, Senator Frank Dore of Sen- eca, arose from the supporting com- mitteemen to address the court. Mc- Coy demanded to know in what ca- pacity, and permitted Bore to talk only after he had declared that he was authorized bv committee reso- lution to act as attorney. McCoy, in a long argument, made many charges against the committee He plead for time to investigate legal questions involving the committee's standing and authority to summon witnesses. He obiected to being rush- ed immediately into trial, declaring the attempt of Chairman Todd was unprecedented. When Todd started to answer he jumped almost immedi- ately into an unsettled question of veracity with McCoy, over statements made before Squire T. H. Hennessy Tuesday, when the trial was set for todav "Thev ask time to Todd sneeied "This case results merely form The entire city, fiom, King Alfonso down, today joined m a demonstration of welcome Six foot high paper balloons, put on sale in a local store and sold to sev- eral local powerboat owners, brought about no end of excitement early Thursday evening when scoies of peO' pie, seeing what they supposed was a gigantic balloon float from the southwest out over the bay only to rapidly descend and fall into the bay, believed that one or more occupants had been drowned. That it was noth- Star-Jouinal Bureau, Munseu Buildm WASHINGTON. May 26 Repre- entative Carl Anderson was in the enter of the limelight in the house today when former Speaker Cannon was grilling the democrats for not passing a general pension bill Mi. Anderson aiose and said he hoped the gentleman was not referring to him. Cannon said he was not An- deison again and served no- tice that whui the next democratic canon held he intends to biing pension legislation up and try to toice caucus action com- mitting the party to it. Anderson precipitated a hot debate to Pierre Vednae nhen he won the 11US more tnan a paper balloon was Paris-Madrid aeioplane race of 76] miles in 11 hours and 46 inmates The same trip by fast express train requires over 26 'hours. Vedrlne's prizes for the flight will total M Gilbert, who probably lost the lace bji being attacked by an eagle yesteidaj, arrived shortly afters aids Funeral of Victim. PARTS. May One of the largest funeral crowds seen m the city for absolutely established Friday The balloon which peoaJe saw circle over the bay and then shoot out over Cedar Point to tne lake about 8'45 o'clock in the evening, was another paper balloon, sent up on First street by a well known East End man. While many people were sure the balloon which fell into the bay off Johnsons Island about 5 o'clock Thursday evening was a large one with passengers, others were equally sure at the same time that it was LaFollette Eloquent In Speech Assailing Lorimer and Points, Out Results To Come Defense Tries To Impeach Crawford COLUMBUS, Mav dozen new witnesses from Adams county were to- day summoned in defense of Repre- sentative Nyp Nye's attorneys hope to impeach by their testimony the state- ment of State Printer Ciawford that he did not take an immunitv bath be- fore the Adams county vote bujing probe A delav in the cases of the state against Senatois Andrews. Cetone, Huffman and Crawford and Represent- ative Lowrv has been caused by the inability to complete the Nyp case. Until the defense completes its side of the case no one is attempting to pre- set the outcome of the present trial. It is hinted that some strong evidence will be introduced bv the state in their leb'ittal testimony, but no one in which he to know exacll> what is com- ment of a committee of five senators'ing- H is certain- however that none to reopen the Lorimer rase LaFol-'of the detectives will be called lette declared that cases like Lori- n the Prel5ent case against Dr. Nve, mer's can result in only one thing and th'3J w311 form the main testimony that is the demand by the people for iin the second case wh'ch will start laws for the direct election of-eveiy some time next week- official from the president for the recall of all officials who betray the public trust, and for "the initiative and the referendum. The democrats, by a vote of 24 to 1. decided in caucus to, support the Martin resolution pro-siding for a re- investigation by the committee .u privileges and elections.' Bailey Texas and Martine of New JerseyJkiling last February of Mike WASHINGTON, D. C.. May 26 Declaring the honor of the entire na- tion is at stake, Senator LoFollette this afternoon completed his speech vices over the remains of War Min- ister Berteaux, killed by an aeroplane Sunday. All business was suspended during the funeral. thf a paper balloon R. S. Tucker in the house by moving to discharge the invalid pensions committee from further consideration of the Ander- son pension bill. He asked the ques- tion whether the bill would be in order on next Mondavi which is the fifth Monday of the month. Minority Leader Mann of Illinois stated tha't the bill would not 'be in order on that day and as the first Monday in June is the date of the democratic caucus the bill will not come up on that day f ther. Anderson took part in a running dtbate with "Uncle Joe" Cannon and Minoritvi Leader Mann in which he handled himself in fine shape The debate branched out into a hot dis- cussion in which General Sheiwood, chaiiman of the invalid pensions committee, joined Anderson en- deavored to bring out the point whe- ther President Taft is m favor of fair. Others held the same opinion, j pension legislation but the republi- The fact that no balloon ascensions cans could not be led to say any- or meets were known to have taken, thing definite. place anywhere in the past few days' and also the fact that Marblehead and Johnson's Island residents saw nothing of the supposed big gas or hot-air bag strengthened the belief that it was only a toy balloon Two balloons were sent up later Thursday night by an East End man. One balloon went west, then circled about going over the bay and then went toward the east, disappearing over Cedar Point This was the bal- Mainritu rtf Turn loon the searchers returning from roil majority UT I WO Johnson's Island saw. The red and white lights they reported having seen were made possible by the one half of the paper balloon being white and the other part red. Inspection Btiieau, was one of those who saw the balloon pass and he was convinced from the I first that it was only a toy, paper af- MRS. THOMAS P. CORE AND HER CHILD INSPIRE BUND SENATOR TO HARD WORK for Root Amendment Against Paper Schedule STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU, Munsey Buildins WASHINGTON, D. c.. May 2tT Charges Are Answered and De- nied In Statement Made By Commissioner Riedy Bringing of mandamus proceed- ings by Prosecuting Attorney Hart against County Auditor Deist to compel him to publish the re- port of the county examiners on the financial transactions of the county commissioners, and a statement from County Commis- sioner Riedy. defending -himself and his fellow-members from charges contained in the docu- ment, were the latest develop- ments at the court house Friday. In his petition, filed Friday after- noon, the prosecuting attorney de- clares that the auditor is required by section 2515 of the- general code, to publish the report immediately after neceipt thereof, and that he has re- fused to do so. The petition, which is entitled The State of _OMojmi_the_rfrL_ latlon of Henry Hart, prosecuting at- torney of Erie county. Ohio, against John Deist, county further states "that the board of county com- missioners, on or about the third Mon- day in September, 1910, filed with the court of common pleas their written, report of their financial transactions during the vear next preceding such date, that thereupon said court ap- pointed two suitable persons. John B. Bragg and Edgar Montgomery, to in- vestigate and examine said report of said commissioners; and that the then prosecuting attorney of said county and said persons so appoint- ed as aforesaid, investigated and ex- amined said commissioners' report; and that upon application to the court of common pleas, the time for such investigation and examination of said report was extended by said court; and that thereafter, the im estigation and examination of the commission- ers' report, so made by the prosecut- ing attorney and said persons, appoint- ed by the court, was reduced to writ- ing: and that on the eighth day of April, 1911. said persons and fije pros- ecuting attornev filed the financial statement of the commissioners and the report of said examination of the same with the defendant." An earlv decision of the disputed points in the common pleas court is expected as the result of the filing of the mandamus proceeding. Al- though the auditor has thirty days- in which to answer, he expects to be able- to do so within a week. In addition to making an interest- ing Ipgal fight, the suit will probably form a test case, which will be of im- portance all over the state. George C- Beis and E S Stephens, former pros- INDIANS IN NEVADA ON THE WAR PATH WASHINGTON, D. C. May senator, she had full charge of all WASHINGTON, Maji 26.-Replying to the demand of Senator Pomerene, Attorney Geneifal Wickersham this' afternoon notified the senate that no criminal prosecution had been begun against the officials of the Standard Oil Tiust He failed to state, also, whether any such piosecution -weie contemplated. Attorney General Wickersham will tomorrow a severe gulling at the hands of the house committee which is probing his office and whwh has charged that Wickeisham's agents in Texas have been notoriously friendly to D'az Theji are alleged to have opened private letters and be will be asked to explain vvhj thou- sands of dollars wre spent on such an espionage system He will also be asked to explain why his agents operated only against "bull" cotton manipulator undei the Sherman act and not against the "bear" operators. Seven congiessmen charge that their constituents lost as a ie- sult. Canadian reciprocity is in great peril. ecutln5 attornej, will represent Audit- A canvass of the senate shows a ma- or Deist- jority of two 'favoring the Root a- mendment which knocks out the print paper schedule and jeopardizes the treaty as a whole H. Allen and Wbiddon Graham of New York were summoned b> the finance committee to appear next Monday to produce the literature which they had issued m opposition to the Canadian reciprocity bill and to substantiate the claim made in behalf of the National grange that their activities were in the capacity of lawyers for the farmers. The com- mittee also seeks to ascertain wheth- er the members of this firm had been engaged to "manufacture opposition' to the Canadian bill. The summons was issued at the re- quest of Senator Stone of Missouri Senator Gallinger. whose frank, it is said, was used by Allen Graham to send out reciprocity matter to srai. gers, declared that people had a right to object to the bill and he himself had sent out a number of letteis op- posing it. Commissioners Deny Charges, Says Riedy Commissioner Riedy gave out the following statement Friday: In reply to Messrs. Bragg Montgomery's report would I denv that there was any hregular con- tract enteted into with the Galion Iron works. When a culvert goes through, or pipe is needed, the trustees of the township inform the commissioners (Continued on Page SixJ DETROIT, May Henry Carter Adams of Michigan university who will study scientific economy with relaton to railroads m the offices of the New York Central, expressed the belief that the surplus earnings of! railroads should be paid in the state in the form of taxes. High Price Holds Up all Plans For a New High School ofar-Journal Bureau, Munsey Building nounce that a crank, armed with a The exorbitant price demanded by the Salem Evangelical church, for its lot facing on Adams street, contitutes the sole obstacle to the proposed construction of a new high school building, at an estimated cost of from 000 to according to statements of members of the school board Friday morning. After many negotiations, represen- tatives of the church have refused to sell for less than Their orig- inal offer, it is said, was and WASHINGTON Mav _ is land biscuits, tripd to interview the fountain pen and half a dozen f Increased to _ ,1 i. i OTY1 nCCfC fno rn-vriT-rt i-t what is known in Washington as i piesident. or that another with "the crank season." The sizzling draft for a billion dollars' tried days of the late spring and early summer months bring swarms of "cranks-" to the national capital creatures with disordered imagina- tions who have schemes to accom- plish all sorts of purposes, ranging from a simple proposition to reverse the flow of Niagara Falls to an elab- orate plan for the regeneration of mankind. The White House is a favorite mec- (the viewpoint of the average the correspondence and helped him in, ca for the dippvi ones and the heads 9fi _A i T, 'there is no more interestinS figure in' a variety of ways Mrs Gore is not of all the departments are troubled Senator Thomas P. only a wife to, but a close companion' with one. Members of of! of her husband. Also she is a proud' congress and other folks who keep I uuououu m P the have been senMo settlers of the and political interests. j, danger. isjunnaian that andad in During the we to the woman who bears ex- crank season is on the department of agri- culture alone seems immune from at- tack by the possessors of freak no- his I tions and scrambled mentalities. I Although the local papers may an- to break into the treasury department to have it honored, or that another, representing himself to be King George V, dropped m at the state partment to anange the details of the coronation, there is never a hint of trouble of this sort at the head- quarters of that particular branch of the government service wheie, after the record for cabinet tenure, "Tama Jim" Wilson of Iowa still reigns supreme. It might appear to the uninitiated that the apparent immunity of the department of agriculture from so- called cranks is simply a case of good luck. But the truth is quite different, as will appear. Last week and this a active collecfion of mentally peculiar (Continued on Page EJgbU Members of the regard the 000 figure as highly unreasonable, and believe the taxpayers are not in fav- or of paving any such price. The lot in question is thirty feet wide and from sixty to seventy deep. Owing to Us position, mem- bers of the school board say tin- less it is purchased there will not enough room for a new building President Strobel and Messr? Kell- er and Traber are the members of tho buildings and grounds which has had charge of the negotia- tions, and was ordered to make report at the regular meeting of school board Friday night HMtuwe of failure to reach an ajwemant lit the deal for the chntch property, no steps issuing for construction of new building be taken at the session it is The committee will report of its conferences witi talives