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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURMAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 191' NUMBER 129 AMERICAN TROOPS TO PROTECT DIAZ President Taft Announces That Mobilization of Troops Is To Prevent Overthrow Of Mexican Government And To Save American Invasion at Pres ent BEWABE THE DOGH _ MOUNT AIRY Ga On tjoaid Taft s Special Trim- March President fdft todaj lifted tin. ban of scum on the reaiJl lor the mobilization ot thp aiuiv tnd n vv off Mexico Official dnnouiiLemPnt made that the irmv will he to pmeit the of the present Mexican government and tht anmliv ind c Btluttlon of Ameilcan aud foreign piopeity that it L lomec'ul vvoulii follow Dhz s oveithiovv or his death No invasion of Mexico will be made however until it becomes ab-.o liitiMv necessaiv in oidei to pieseive tho statu quo ot the can government Ihr American irmi mil be kept on tin boidei liovvcv i for montlit If r> edtd mill Diaz has the bitiiation vvdl m Innd The troops are masked on the fro itic for ttu pn iwse ot possible op erations acioss the boidei aie t 5re to intimmat the Mexican rectos and are theie to nnmtam neutrdlitv between this cnmtiv aud its southern noighboi The fiontiei will bo d Fot the pitsrnt the ami} n ogram will be as follow 1 lo to invade Mexico 2 lo check the btcefebionaiies in lovvci Cahfi inn u To patiol the boidei and prevent filibusteiint: 4 serve as a tbieat against any destuiction of Amencan propertj in AIPXICO o To engage in practice maneuvers for the benefit ot aum critlcl Thp Lnited States felt especialh called upon for action because it is _ Ir-at Cilifornia is being run over bv Japanbse The Mexicans tli re aie threitening to secede and set up an independent crnment Should this t il e place aud the control of this countn fall in o the hands of the It would be a SP-IOUS menace against the Luiied States Ab "III now be enforced and navv SAYS MEXICO WILL NEVER CONSENT TO ANY U. S. INTERVENE MAY STRAIN RELATIONS THE WEATHER Foreci t ind coldei nieht NII ird t fair with temi eiat iif T iitfatiie at i one -i.1 'iORK March Followir? i precanous state and that anv fnrtner tic annoumenent of Taft talk of Inteivention will be tint tic D esent mi'itii) dpmonstn pied bj his gove nnieat as most of- non is. foi mteivention in Mexico if Ltnsnc nertrd i decided sensation was l I( ,a teared tv statement mav brm- spuing heie todav when Jose Liman abput strainert lelations between the toui minister of finance de twc goveinments uemeLn tne claied that Mexico would never con T I P Morgan j D P Bennet vice president of the National Railways [Unusual Action Against Cleve- land Customs Official As Result of Probe. sent to mtPivenlion b the Lnited D C March 10- Chailes F Leach collector of cus torn-; of Cleveland has beea removed OHIO GUARD OFFICERS ot Mexico and several others "were" in be made bj I conference dt the Plaza Hotel with the Secretarj Mac vreagh These COLtMBtS O March 10 Gen Wejhiecht li.fl last n for Washington wlrti roster of Ohio National Otudrd ofh I been idcntnicd with cers He left after of a capacity of bankers ----------......i the Mexican minister Speaking of the Moifran confer- ence Senor Linnntoui said that the firm of J p Moigan Co his long Mexico telegram from the war depait ment inviting officers of the rmlitn to participate m the Texas __ _ ...0. UJ1.tn ul army mmeiivers office s "Mexican govpinmpnt bonds in Euiops fiom eaci regiment ha e been in Ust Jnl> nndei the direction ot Min- vited mdune Special Depuiv Collect or Ball Cashier Hencke and other subordinate officials It is imposs ble to say at this time just vvheie the shaking up in the will end ppomtee The Mexico in the That firm and customs house rms were mem- each. ]S A ap remov ing Stnt s He declaied that Mexico is not now noi never will be in need of Jiclp fiom the Inited States HP clared that neithpi Dla? nor tho Mexr lean government is at present m its Lonron and Pins firms were mem- bers of the svndicate which conduct fresldent S1sned the oidei ed the lefundins of a largp block of JuH depaited foi the _______ MirVcagha function will be to de Limantour "de the fate of Leach s suboidmates who have been found derelict in their duties by treasury depaitment of he als 'he department of justice has not Hales It Wronger. D O March 10- Pollowmg the dorlantnn of Mexican Finance Ministei I been diavvn into the inv vention u antoui thai and no cimiinal action is to follov would revei punut tnpldie ils The treasuiv depart btates lo iral p armed mtei ment is aiuhoritv foi this stile nent Mex-ico Alinlstei de h t trpasmv department oTi lal is came out with in even stronge, now on his vvav to CleveHid to take statement toiav He declaied that of Collector Leach s office tie Mexican eonstnution fo bids for The drastic action m the Leach troops lo entf, the cointiv with case was taken with leluctance out the consent ot the semte and term expnes Maici 31 He this would nevn be gi-nted has -seiicd manv m the office oilginally a McKmley Wisconsin Explosion Shoak Chicaoo and Was Felt As Far As Toledo. Bcsi'cs Reported NEW 10RK Much bemsr POIutgOt ap ONLY TWO PEOPLE KILLED Maclfio Mother of Iranciso M. d ro ti icvolutiomn leadei olm stoi t tj cdiied the news tral vio I bi hai met with n vc im ccV t at Gn i s T lc Xnovvb m itiv u ill brother wig now] p ''is filends to save him but the IP poiti of conditions in his office VVTP such as to vv urant imiediate CP Destructbn Of Powder Mi Wiped Out Town, Injimng Loss SNOW SLIDE 11 DEAD (Continued OT I ige Six 0 Much uceivfd two weeks IL.O two "Kf's mm ind I01 m the ueimty being siinck b> i Irani i-, leie oT lime? Alckini Icinsvlvama crossing llagi mn Following Defeat Of Dore Bill, Claims That Oregon Plan Will Prevail. REACTIONARIES ASSAILED Report That Dean And McKee May Yet Support Governor's Reform Measuie COLUMBUS O March Vly original Oregon plan bill will ultimate 1} pass said Senator Stockwell after rhe defeat of the Dore bill regarding the election of United States senators He was m a happj frame of mind and said he Hud no special plane for too figure as to this legislation His or bill is in the handb of the sen ate committee on privileges and elec T nit ei it re df ite in i t ind tts time I Miximim vv nd elocitv lor lion puling it roon odiv n l 1 "i "'O Fi div mo IIIK North Bass Dwelling, Owned by Former Sanduskian, Re- cently Burned. ISLANDERS EXCITED BY MORNING BLAZE Civil Service Commission Be- gins Extension Which May Include Many Others Showed High Insur- ance hiid Further Investi- gation Will be Made MUST PASS EXAMINATIONS Appointments of Sanitary Po- licemen and Meter Inspector Held To BeTempoiaiy Puts Quick End To Boom protectlon Nomination Started By Anti-Lehrer Men. Am assertion that I was seek ing to oust Simtaiv Policeman McDeiniott 01 otheib is siiuplv a possibh a pipedieim declared Major Leh-er Frrtarr 1 told Ofhcer Bickel just a few davs tgo tint 1 vviated him and McDei mott to shake li and work for the best inteieits, ot the citv 1 have not sought to make chinges has been charged In- stead I am g'ad that thp men have been placed under the cuil semce and I wish that still moie would be so pHced The men it the water woiks pumping foi instance should have the same The service con stains ot rhas Kubich Al C Ler nnnn and Oeo A Schwehr at a meet- ing late Thursday afternoon placed Those republicans who are opposedifmlr more otl ln 'he elassi to Mayor Lehier and hope to prevent "ed and that thlee men ml his nomination for a second term must pass commit must tr> agath Safetj Director J C Hauaer ,vvbo elon examinations before their appoint- ments will be considered as perma proven a most popular appointee! Mnt That oOier utv posi- of the mayor Fndav put a quietus Itlons ral" be D'aced in the classified Hst bv the commission appeals likelv The commibsion met again late Pn on the boom for his nomination In opposition to Major Lehre- Such a thing is abaolutelt out of the question said Mr Hauser rt Is not of mj seeking and I not the least de ire to take such an office I am not a cindidite and will not be under am cncumstances Fnei s of 01 Lehrer smiled at the p blished assertion thit be mav not be a candidate for a second term Some people seem to be worrying to formulate rules the commission haa day afternoon Strange to saj never before had a code of rules and the ones to be adopted here will be, modeled after those of the laiger clt I les of the state The following positions v n ir-, dav placed in [he classified list Meat dairy and food in spec tor water meter man and water It has. voted to indefinitely mole about that than I im said the and gas meter inspectoi Contiaiv ti postpone it but the action has never haven t declared impiesbion given out in publish been leported to the senate It la' wcn l 'he proper time I ed repoits of the comnn snn believed that Sei ators Dean ana Me Kee would vote for it but Oetone Dore Huffman and Tahill are stead fast in their opposition Fifteen votes aie ail that ire in sight for it on th demociatic side But two aie foi t on the othei of Mahonuu and MacDonald of 4.shtabula The govenor his hi ought all the argu- ments he can command on the recil citiant democrats without The v ote on the Dore b 11 u ib 9 to T! is. talk is like much more that isjing it was the i ositions in i not h hp ng put a purport I am tnsumbents of these pos.lions who not worrjmg about it or concerning! were put in the t Hs-, i i sett m the least Z3I5 htff- CLEVCLAND COLLECTOR OUSTEH RY RENO Nev March people were svvept to dea'h in a snow slide at Jorsan Tuesday night Owing to tne storm the news jest reached h-re today The big Jide -crumbled the houses of the victim h e paoer giying them no cnance to escape Only A one body has been Rc-s cuers are digging for the rest Vis Much ite ipformation todiv shows fiat onh two people we e killed >n the oxplo 'ion last night of D tors if dvna u te at the Dnpo-it Ponder mill at Pleas ant Prairie Yv is The f e ires the inmrcd i 00 and thp irop ertv 'oss at 00nm the explosion was felt i tai as elm ton iovvi md Toledo O i o Thn (own vns elv wipt 3 otf the nm and will proiabh nevei be re b It First ad ices indie ited that po sibiv foitv lues hid been lot >piib for help were sent to neai-jv town' Pleasant P aine is miles north of tho Wisconsin and Illioms state line aad about ten miles from Ke- The officials of the latter town procured automobiles and other vehicles at once to rush aid to the victims of the explosion The explo mn shook Chicago is an earthquake Windows were orolten in derailment stores ird other buildings sci tered points in the business and people rustic! from hotelb and theatres to the streets to Iwn the cause of the disturbance While numerous leports circulat ed about earthquake shocks and dyna bombs nothing definite was learned as ro the ranst, of the erplo alon for fnll> ha'f an hour when a call for doctors and nurses came bj telegraph. CHARLES F LEACH 'OW NOW? FILIBUSTER IN PARLIAMENT AND NEAR FIGHT, JUST AS IN AMERICAN CONGRESS LONDON. Mirch hous" of when Conservative Leader Ciaip of ier lo a sist the speaker in ejecting the Irish foi Interrupting conservative speeches 1h i dh mem commois evidenth caching the fili- buster fever from the American con filibustered for 19 hnns ad- beis at once invited the M jourrwp after ?n ai1 session at to star the ejection inJ u is> with 9 oo this morning n n to considora ion of the bijl limiting th veto powpp of the Lord A general fight was birelj preventrd, difficult thit a but ii-> it flu matter was still under t> t'ion idjouinment this mornmg tak min of Putle Senatois Cetonn Cihill and Doie lie -md been openlj igimst the 0 n phn d Stock P them credit ior bem; tinnpc t ioir (onuctions tl it it 13 I 11 I u the semtor fiom 1 i in d his people he was nifig fo election tint he foi the Oiegon plan and he here and is le iding a fight ipainst it IT there is one iigument un K in ftvoi of the recall of pub lie official there it ib Huffman leimined silent in his seat InniiL, ibis denunr laticm tho most bCi hms deltvcied in tne sena e this Jh nil prOMdin? It i need not the o 11 ii if th soiutoml til L Le f Die f !o i j li lalit i i per en of the districts is (Trnouncetf Tin1-, rl 11 o imkcs tne bail an is et of Hie little political one jarrj is qs hid i tho othe It n times than cstnt under winch United cenators are eler-te! said lock irgument of 0 nhn th-5 i rei eci 19 to b> the resolutions rommitt p at the >uton na led a ition Stork i e dcciar 0 Ihe nni Ceo did not r r to i ,hnk in MIP Utform urged thi lip ini-ei en nc re udn e I 'h" O i it ib jf T deirir i c i ipf1-- re TJiose nt l f 1 uned that his a mistihe ind endeavored to have t'lp record runted The ho SP th( Oi nl bill mg in oi en for m HK skiirk nnd opos1-im df feited the bill ffenng 20 cent bounties on chicken avvks and b ck to the mil committee the bill of Mr Can paving a bounty on weed chucks head SU Bl TIOTIflS. HAMILTON March -vas filed in the common pleas court here bj the Ratmin McCoy Co of Mid dletown against the Big Four Railwav Co foi The amfflmt is claimed hv the plain tins who are undertakers for prepar for burial the bodies of six of the jicnms who were killed m the wreck at Middletown luly 4 Sinitin Policemen Mt-D in ti nil Bickel and Mtbr Inspec or Fnckiich must pass the commission eximlna fions- to IIP held M 11 Nth in 1 u i til then then ippointments aie con sideied as tenipoiai cause thev vvcie api omted be Tan narv 1110 Meat I ood and Dain In- specto Rei le and P i nl t >i or Schelli were appointed b foie that time to the couo thev as well in then pobi ion According to reports received from North Bass, Friday dents of the island are consider- ably excited over the burning of a dwelling houee belonging to Charles Dirks formerly of San dusky, on March 2, last, under clr cumstances which have resulted in an investigation being starttd by Assistant State Fir: Marshal L H Smith The firs wat the second on the island within a short time Witnesses were examined by Ma-- slul Smith Thursday The fire t wis stated was dscovereu ibout 4 o clock in tile morning and witnesses said thev were sure it was started from the Inside The house had beta inoccppied since December J when Dirks moved into another house owns to the esumony house cost SI '00 when it was ba It vearb ago and it was insured for ?1 >00 It was also bhown that LTUj owed ?-'000 to the Commercial ,Na- tion bank of this ciu and was pressed Dirks asserted that he in no fmincial tiouble as he owns proiertv In Sandusky Fremont aril Port Clinton Marshal Smith it Is said is con- vinced that the fire was of Incendiary origin but will investigate farther be- fore causing any arreats Dirks was forraerl> a lesident of Sanduakv aad was emploved as a policeman at Cedaf Point and also at Putin Bav John Meikle Placed In Charge of Business on Stockhold- ers' Petition. The One of the busiest in Sindus1 these s fhailrs r a iv v n in posse Mrn of tt e Sloaue Mot M d i UPJ lecentlv cime he e fioni Cleveland 'o the lea t ind ti nibhirg1-. of thi hading hotel Till is bufev with thf1 improvemon i o undei vvav and is pinning f fn 1 er bettcments Mi Gainrv l j held in hich e tconj In thf tia t u public. io p K h meeting n u guesK i tne ho f i who art n ft t quamtaii rs of his md who n VPI ft to ooigiaiulate him ai d hi i B tci ess as the piopnetoi of th Sloane Ti He el life i Iv loinni pu Cle f 1 nri in J P to t ir nt- t1- of hit 1 m< ii iln t i u )li in it IA i sue 11 i irt The and fumi bin- of ih< Slomo Hou e Si n luv{ uen '-oid 1 v I Ki p t f 1 T Caiv IP is n in Ti r ore i otel 01 'he U  stu! I- sii'linei nunti th   Mi Knpp states tint tin ffs of the concern do nor il DO dt- i liberal estimat wh I th Known rieots ire about H is stu d that of tha their claims m JL h in i of itto t for collection It is Mnth i Iii I that the com- m lu1- i nun btr of contracts oi 1 h t fin p ofit could be realized A i charge and not 1 dem incU for tTie inimedi- p t n nebts 01 i N mcorpoiated for i i 'i wn nut of the ir -t x ai-e iticnr H" that no raeet- cf t 'ircstoi" have been held 1 i--t si n Mr M i le u bond in the sum of r piornmg y-ile-- fridav went ,ioit a in selling straw- tei i in ue ooxts No ar- rp-t wtr T if in were con- H--( lUd mil w uni 5 5 One WTS found to-bgattualb less h in 'n t p nf and to tontim but "t> I d aeis do not bol1 them q i u ts- b i si nph as boxeb i i denied does not his l he "e-Hion reads ion i I h A splllDg or t-ther -n ilt uses A oinei than the dry bushel or a fraction thereof, Mr of The Gebhardt bill establishing a uniform iavv of liding and tho b% its urms the owners keep the bill of Representative Smith of But-. propert) in the pmk of condition shaU be not les than to San cobting thief quartt-s. of a million He nor morf. JUei engaged tv Hoi ton f Dealers 1 thev wcu! lease runs for a ser oen ab minasn of the P and heie he did wonders in but eirs at a reasonable ren'al and up its Then Captain ___.......__ en hecuicd bis servites as nnaager of Ier repealing the law nhich gave con-j improvements costing several thou [the Aicade at Springfield 0 where jurisdiction with common sand dollars are now being made and "p v..... pleas courts to the probate court of this will be Butler county nassed by tho' management amplified b) the new Thousands of dolhrs be expended m nen carpets and the same success met a1! of his en dealers Last fall President Fied S Avery of the Hotel Euclid op Cleve land was lookmr for a house p> 6 to spools committee and Mr is to bt icrted without recommendation the congratulated on securing so fine t j vices of Mr Gauvev and foi that S w icki bill regulating elections of property the into pint and boxes The price per box will of coure be higher alao fonttd tkat I matoeft and fruits In tin up to weight A two-pm can 'ound to contain but OH t fortunate in securing uger fonrth potiadr He the ser wives repou of on Pace Chas T GttUfey tie note I of new business {house he has cicatcd a amount or nwMuinnsnt of furlt box. 9 In ttiii mr tke 1EWSP4PERS   

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