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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               LAST EDITION THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1911, NUMBER 135 High Official Of Government Gives Secret of Mexican Border Maneuvers. SAYS TAFT'S ACTION WILL BE VINDICATED No Friction With Mexico But Japan, it is Alleged, Sought Control WRECKAGE OF LOST TUG, FAREWELL OF CAPTAIN, AND ICE-COVERED BOAT THAT TRIED RESCUE JIar. a high goierumeut official nhoso caiiuot be to- day authoritathelj stated that the present mobilization "i troops in Texas is aimed directij at Japan, not as a defensive measure or be- cause the L'uited States (furs Jap- au, but nurcl} as uu otfrubite measure to warn Japan that she must cense lier efforts to get con- cessions from Mexico that would aid tier in tne f teut o! a ttar with toe t'nited States. Irom the same source it is stated that President Taft originally planned j to order out 60.000 tioops and that it w, t only on the afternoon the oro r iss-ned that it was derided to" cut this down to and to Older the militia to be m leddiuess tor mooil.- wition instead. The president, it is dedal ec, has foi u long time had knowledge at the of Japan to gam -eeuthal a new government in Lower Caliloinia and it wab to pre- vent this that t'ne movement of troops was ordered Taft's action, it is de- clared, when the actual facts become moan, wll txj vindicated by the en- tiip It kias been definitely established thai theie is no friction between Mex- ico and the United States and that when President Taft said the troops would into Mexico when the oc- casion became necessary, he meant that whenever the Japanese conspir- ators there should endeavor to se- cure a naval base Japanese it is today de- clared, has been spent fieel> in Mex- ico and President Taft has decided to stop at once all efforta of the Japanese to have an independent Mexican gov- ernment established in Lower Cali- fornia which would be friendb to the Japanese. The first indication of an actual in- vasion of Mexico to prevent the above, it was announced today, will be an ordei for the mobilization of the mili- tia, plans for which have been fully completed. French Expert Sees War. PARIS, March 0 G. Fournier, the famous military strate- gist, in an interview to the United Press today joined in the declaration of other European military experts that Japan will attack the United before the Panama Canal is. finished m 1915 In part he said: "Japan cannot tolerate' the com- mercial rivalry of the United States in China. So she will be virtually compelled' to fight. Japan more than any other nation realizes that the United States is cutting the Panama Canal to get the trade of China. She knows that this was the chief reason tor the purchase of the Philippines and she will fight the United States Before she allows that country to get control of the Chinese markets on which she is dependent for the food bupply of the entire Japanese Islands Promised Fair Trial. WASHINGTON, March 17- -The state department was formally assur- ed today that the Americans captured ty Mexican federal troops at Casas Grandes will receive a fair trial and will not be summarily shot by the military authorities as reported (Continued on Page Ten.) SAN DIEGO, Cal., March was learned today that the planting of sub- marine mines in San Diego harbor has oeen in progress at night for the last ten days Langdon Measure Killed by Re- publican Plan But Will be Replaced. Lively Clash On Floor Of House Was Followed By Apologies, what is alleged to have been a arranged point of drden bill nas declared out of Speaker Vining and parliamentary status the same thing will be intioduced as The authorship was un- deteimmed, but it will not bear the picked so that iepubhran they could capture control uaptam James Purdy. Upper picture shows wreckage of) Sliver Spray near foot of E. 40th street. Captain Purdy's to his wife on hatch i tjre on the right. The show the ice-coated Eureka and its crew after its return from the rescuing voyage. DEATH OK JOKE CARD PROPHECY Hltchens, member at large ofl SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., March The war department today issued or- ders for the complete mining of the harbor of San Francisco. The work will be done at night and by secret companies. COLUMBUS, 0, March. Langdon hill for the codification of tax laws was killed by republicans on returned to the taxation committee The committee decided to abandon the measure, with the manj doubts about its present a new bill detei mined name of Representative Langdon, re- publican floor leader. It will be rushed to a vote early week The republican play was made to defeat extension of the terms of members of the tax commission from three to six >eais It is claimed that this would permit the commission to be have to elect they could ca was expected to foice a separ; for the Willis tax nually. Speaker Vining had been advised of the move for two weeks, but it caught Chairman Smith of the taxation com- mittee totally unprepared. When Clerk Kesnple started to read the bill. Representative Tidrick of Car- roll laised the point aeainst the bill. It was a prepaied slateuient. declar- ing that whereas the title said to revise and mended and supplemented and was new legislation The spcakei, in a typewritten ruling, sustained the point. Representative Langdon aided Tid rick and denies responsibilitj for a- raendments of new matter made in committee It also was claimed that improper sectional nnmbeis had been used, with the effect of repeating many sections on totally foreign sub- jects Representative Riddle, in the con- fusion, put through a motion sending the bill back to committee He de- THE WEATHER. Foixtast Snow or tain tonight or Sa'ii'daj Colder Sa'urdaj l-'aipeiatiue at 7  ear ago de- Sun rises Satin at 5 a ni and sets at 5 41 p m (stand- ard t'nu1! Maximum for 24 ho-irs ending ai noon today -0 tinier west at 1- 15 aft- George Baubach Now Sixty Years Old And Had Been Away For Years LEFT AFTER DEATH OF FOSTER-MOTHER Has Raised Family In Moun- tains Of Tennessee And Now Seeks Property, I Tinners Fall Twenty Feet to the Ground at Central Avenue House. NO WARNING OF ACCIDENT William Pasemann Taken To Hospital Wiih Btoken Leg Moie Fortunate 'SYilliani F. Pasemann. 142 Vine street, and A. Ruff, Mills street, tinners in the employ of J. Meitz Sons, were thrown fiom the top of tne new residence being elected on Centia! tor Mis Pan! w. to th" a distance of 2fi feet, when the scaft'oUl on which were working biOke Fnclay mornins; about 10 o'clock. the injured. His left leg was bioken a bine the Knee and he uas bacih sbaKen up Whether he suft'cied internal injuiies is not yet known Ruff, in falling, landed on top of Pasemann and es- caped with a few bruises and a shak- ing up He was able to return to his woik in the afternoon The men were engaged In putting a tin gutter on the side of the roof wlifii tlio accident occurred. They were seated on a two-M -twelve board Without thp slightest warn- ing, the board bioUe almost in the renter, throwing the two workmen to the gioiuul. Ruff in falling on top of Pas.mann, added to shock suf- feiecl by lattci. Rnff was siOine- w''at but he was able to wiilk m a filw minutes atter the accident orcuned Pasemann. with his luokon limb and other serious hurts was enable to move He was immediately removed to Good Saraar- itan hospital Drs Charles Giaefeand W D Hoycr attended him Coming here from Sparta, Tenn., after many years of absence during his whereabouts had been known to but few, George Baubach, who claims to be an adopted son of the late Jacob Baubach, of this city, has arrived here to lay claim TO the btg es- tate of the late Rosa Baubach, who diea on October 26, last, supposedly without heirs, and who left practically all of her property to Good Samaritan hos- pital. Attorneys have already been engaged and it is expected that suit will soon be commenced. To people of Sandusky tUD storj told Baubach. now a man oC sixty t. ars, ill be iiea s, althouga older residents remember him. Ke OF HIE Has Good Chance, It Is Claim- ed. For LanrJing_EfiOsjon_ was adopted by Jacob Baubach and latter's hist wife when he was three tears of age. His right name was Geoige Epp and his family lived m Perkins township The lad was, raised by the Baubachs and then Mrs. Baubach died Short- lj after this it is claimed, the adopt- ed son left ihe home Since then fee 'had remained an ay from Sandusky. He flnallt located in Tennessee whers he became a mountaineer, married and laised a fauiilj He lived at and Sparta for 32 years and foi a tune as a roundhouse man m lailioad >aids He has eight chil- jdren. Meantime Mr Baubach hid again married and Uiter died, leaving hia estate to his second wife. There wera no childien When Mis. Baubach died last October an effort was made to lo- cate the adopted son. but without a- vail. He did not come here for tha funeral nor was he present at tha opening of the will For four years, howevei, he had been in touch witU a local attorney and shortly after it was found that the value of the es- tate would about J74.000 and that the bulk of this had been left ta to Good Samaiiian hospital, the man took steps to set up his claim to tha estate as an heir of Jacob Baubach. Baubach first learned of the will through an item m a Chicago paper and he then decided to seek tha estate He last here 26 years. when J.icob Baubach died and since then had not wiitten t> His health is now poor. Attorney Frida> would not discus-! the merits of the claim, not belli? familiar with the details It is that suit is being planned Mr Baubach has been staying wifi John Miller on M Donoueh street Friends weir leticent ar 1 would not discus the case to any exttiit out Intimated that there woaM some interesting developments i v.hen the suit is filed and brought to claietl the committee Langdon bill This omitted salaries for members of the tax comnussioQ effect was to repoit to fcice the the original (Continued on Page Two citv council, and one of the most im portant figures of the present gtnernment. leader in traction affairs j and knoun as the nuteh dog" of, (be city treasury, died unexpectedly of acute indigestion at his home CLEVELAND, March (arnpcl out into the lake. The im-n bodies ueie le- covncd had to the bizakwator to die in Uie half shelter wall ALBVQl'ERQUE, March Rooseielt today announced that if' troops against the Japanese in! Mexico, he will organize and com- mand a regiment from here. DEMOCRATS PLAN TO HIT SENA TOR BAILEY _ _ ,_ J" afforded The> were Hem> Ander- Mrs. Thomas Reed of Erie. Pa., captain wife of one of Vie victims of the Reed andi Charles Bratsaid. wreck of the tug Silver Spray off The boili. s weic acM.jlly chopptd out Cleveland harbor, sen, him a com- ic postcard bearing the inscrip- tion "He won't come bacK again." she little realised how prophetic the words were. Chairmanship. Special to the Star-Journal WASHINGTON. Maich sentatue Carl is making a Mrong showing in his contest for the chairmanship of the mtalid pensr'iis Tue and me.T.5 committee will select the chairman 01 the intaild pensions It detolnns tnut Andeison the one nf all those mentioned who is inn in fator with the old His u'th the soldiT.; be-'ii den.onftialed to the ways iin.in'i committee and this him .1 ten fonnldaMe candidate O, Min-li 17 HIM clothing and hair bhums irom icmtari an open Lucy Settles 14, in her agont while In" mother was attempting to ihe fire, then broke ,iwai and d.i-.heu out of th" house She ran a block lie fore being caught ;md is djing ARMY OFFICERS SEE AEROPLANE IN ACTION WASHINGTON, I) C, March ummnouneed exhibition of aeroplanu maneiners was here today bj -I- McCurciy in a Curtiss aerr- lifforr tho highest officials o? thr army ,md a number of navy offi- cial m air about 30 mini'Ts. ,1111 at one time reached au altitudo ot 50i> fret During that time hf madf .1 bcoutlng trip over the PtK tomiu, nude at Fort i'. V.i the ease with tthuh he C.HI rlrnp and trukmg .1 score ot and eurves to show Ins t'omnumd of the alighted within a few feet of his start- ing plate Watch the Star-Journal for "By SAN DIEGO, Cal.. Msreli Lower California were haw been reined had the crew in sen ice V. hat caused the disabling of Siher IB still a She was the largest and lust of tin- land and Captain Purdy wab reckoner! amnnj; the damicr nien on Oieat Lake-- Tin; rap- j tdirs who the man that time t 0, Maich ant7 tinu apnm he defmd death in frail a spectacular I daunted b> of ci.ift Feat was unknown to ight lives were lott. Her CTW the equal ailed from this harbor, The card, mailed Tuesday was j waiting for Reed when his frozen body was brought ashore. THIS THE BIG DAY OF YEAR FOR ERIN'S SONS STAR-JOURNAL BVREAr. leied his resignation in Munsey Building 'waj because'a majority of'his dem- i nigln'Tn "which WASHINGTON. I) C._5iarrh 17 locratic colleagues in the senate voted! the same fleet of lishing tugs that two Of am tt.at .jday defeated by the federals at cn by Wllllam J Bryan, the to admit Arizona with its constitu-, days ago left Cleieland harbor to set Ptird% s, reputation for danng carte. The revolutionists lost two democratic house of lepresentatives tion containing the initiative, lefer- its nets for the catch of the sea- and seamanship had attracted to him men killed and two wounded and the i5 to hand federals two wounded. a "lemon" to endum and recall T. R. DISSATISFIED WITH ARIZONA CONSTITUTION son again steamtd out at S a m Fri- the pick of the She had Joseph Weldon Bailey, senator from' It is believed there is adroit presi- day to bnnz m the catch been completely overhauled this win- dential politics back of this move It was the same fleet that is. except ter and installed a new- sttam When Mr Brjan was here recent- suggested by Mr Bijan Bailej has for the tug Silver Spraj which found- steering and new fixtures ly and during his confeiences vlth.sened notice that he intends to carry, ered off-the east breakwater at mid-1 The boat was a share boat, each Lincoln Dizon, Ollie James. Henry t the fight against the Arizona consti-1 night Weunesdaj in the worst gale member of the crew shann? in the I T. Rainey and one Or two other mem- j tution into the next democratic nat-1 that has swept the lake for many season's fishing proceeds. Capt Purdy of the wais and means com-jional convention, which makes it all >ears and the same fishermen except told friends Tnesdav night that he PHOENTX Ariz March is! whom he summoned to meet i the mor mderstood here today that, owing to ?im at the home of Cotter T. Bride. I point of more desirable from the stand- understood here today that, owing al lne nome OI orme.'point or Bailey's democratic enemies the fact that Colonel Roosevelt is not'ne that tne nouso should pass that congiress should forestall him satisfied with the proposed new con-1 a bil1 to complete the final admis-! by putting the seal of its approval on stitutlon of Ariiona that he intends to'sion of New Mexico and Arizona to, the Arftona constitution at the corn- voice his displeasure in his address here tomorrow at tlw opening of the Roosevelt Dam. This cannot be con- statehood and there is practically no {Ing ppecinl session for the seven men and a boy who per- would not attempt to make ished with the Spray. Wednesdaj night, but would drop his Bodies of three of the victims have nets as far west as Lorain and put in- not been recovered. They are those to that harbor rof Walter Longonenan, fourteen, and Fishermen are at a loss-to account i Edward Johnson and Edward for Capt PurrU' attempting to make. tinned, however, as the Colonel not ret written his address. has doubt that the house will take this While the chances of getting the both of Cleveland H: Imes and John- Cleveland Wednesday night, and be- step early in the extra session. bill tnicugh ihe senate are not of the 'O'1 wrre cousins. Fishermen declared lleve that must have been driven This will be equivalent to a slap i---------------------------------J PMC'iy that the bodies if ;he: up" not, helpless before the storm from as far at Senator Bailey, wao recently tend- (Continued on Pag? Nine) 'frozen to the bieakwater, piobnblv east as, Lorain. the usual weann' of the gioen but no forma! dcmon- stiation. Si Patinlvs- d.iv oli- seived in Sandn-kv entor- tainms: niogMtii at Ansel s hall Thursilai i and th'- "Iiish MnivtreN' will be given al Sld- hall Frui.y i-venmt' One of tne enthu-iasttc of Kun was Elnha E. Hiseins who had a gen- uine tog flMng in front of ,he Tr.'ator The lias was brought to Mr Begins ftom wun- ty irelamCby George Hwlfrev and is highly prized, being displavt-d oni> on St Patrick's da> It is not. however, the only genuine Irish flag in. San- duskv The shamrock U prized by Irishmen as a proper emblem for the dav But the top hats of green, the green neik- ties the broken clay pipe and the papier-mache pigs are not only with- out but UK- contemptuous and dishonoring The> have no rela- tion to the 'ife of St Patrick They tecall nothing of his wonderful work and pa> t to his samtliness. '1 be> ar11 wjrn without thought, hc-ed- of txcept a tarfetcheU tonncttion wuh the of the nils- sionaiv s eniJettvt.'rs Home Kule (ireetings. LONDON. March honor ol St Patrick b and the near proai h of home rule for Ireland, sfrf- eial of the Irish Kad'ers issued formal 't itemer.i' and greetings on the casion of the national anniversary. Honor Patron Saiit NEW YORK. March 17 -St. ruk's was celebrated in the Me- tropolis todav more generally than usual The Irish flag was much in dence, special ".errlcej were beM In the Catholic am) a Wg of Irish sorleties marcbed throafh tin prmeipal downtown reviewed hv Mayor Gayoor. bishop Kurle; and other iNEWSPAFERr SPAPERf   

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