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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 2, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio Section 1 to 8. 16-Pages Today THE SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY.'OHIO, FRIDAY, J UNE 2, 1911, LAST EDITION NUMBER 201 'Representative Evans Charged I .With Asking Bribe for Dean Bill Vote, Next ilURY OUT LESS THAN TWO HOURS ON CASE 'Attorney Says He won Against Great O'dds, and In Spite of Newspapers, COLUMBUS, O., June spite .of the acquittal of Repre- sentative George B. Nye on the bribery charge, Prosecutor Turn- er announced today that the oth- er bribery trials will be called at once. Representative Evans, charged with soliciting a bribe to support the Dean bill, will be placed on trial next Mon- day. The verdict of "not guilty" ended the first of the bribery cases against the members of the seventy-ninth general assembly and followed close on its sine die adjournment. Three further indictments remain against, Nye, charging him with solicitiu, 'bribes from Burns' detectives and from Representative Kimble. On these he will be tried in due time, accord- ing to the state's attorneys. The indictment charged him with soliciting a bribe of ?500 from State Printer JD. A. Crawford on the Kimbl to arrange the Adams county judicial district. Both Prosecuting .Attorney tj. C. Turner -and Attorney' General T. S. Hogan declared em- phatically that in spite of the unex- pected result in the first case, the other indicted legislators would be brought speedily to trial. The return of the verdict was mark- ed by scenes of confusion, in the court room. The jury had been out less than two hours when the bell an- nounced the arrival at a verdict. Mes- sengers were dispatched .for Nye and members of his family, who were at a. downtown hotel. After considerable delay, they reached the court room and the jury filed in at o'clock. The verdict was greeted with shouts of applause from the little group back of the defendant's trial table. While the court rapped in vain for order, the aged mother of the defendant-threw herself weeping into his arms, the sounds of her sobbing rising loud a- bove the confusion. .The strain the nerves of the woman gave and near-hysteria became almost gen- eral. "My boy, my boy, I love you; you know how I love sobbed. Nor were the LEGISLATOR FREED IN FIRST BRIBERY TRIAL GEORGE B. NYE GIVES HARMON CREDIT FOR ASSEMBL Y RECORD Given a Send-Off At El Paso, He Begins Triumphal Jour- ney Inland MUCH DISORDER PREVAILS Nichols Says Achievements Are Best In Sixty ic Picture of Boisterous Closing Hours of Session. LORIMER ELECTION QUESTIONED AGAIN THE PRESS' ESTIMATE. Murder, Pillaging and Riot All Over May Support Reyes, COLUMBUS, Ohio, June Mem- bers of the general assembly lost one day this week, knowingly, of course, but they took advantage of a right which only the legislature and con- gress can, that of stopping; time. The resolution for adjournment tailed for the final get away at 4 o'clock. Wednesday afternoon. May 31st, and although it was to the outside world, EL PASO, June Ma- dero at this morning began his triumphal journey to Mexico City. He was given an elaborate send-off' here in which Americans participated. Several hundred troops will escort himi to Mexico City, but route1 train will follow i been advised that the lnvestigation was not to be insds by t.he committee as a whole hut by parties had reached an Understanding concerning the" committee's personnel. In discussing what he termed the "capitulation'' of Senator Dillingham. he said he accepted this act as a tem- porary transference of leadership to the democratic side. The reciprocity bill, which will now Fifth street the rig containing two men hove in. sight. The" chief i receive chief attention in the senate, ordered the taxi driven directly in is facing a crisis. To embarrass tie front of the approaching horse and i democrnts, of the measure he ordered the msu to stop. They did are planning-an attempt to tack the so and he instantly placed them un- fanners' free list bill onto der arrest. In the buggy was the procity bill as an amendment basket of knives and razors, the It is toward this critical contingency booty being covered with a piece of that President Taft now fe devoting his attention. President Taft is- cer- Markmgs on the stolen stuff led i tain that the reciprocity "bill will the chief to believe "that tho goods the senate by a comfortable majoritV nad been stolen at -Huron and he if if can be brought to a final vot'a lost no time m getting in communi- without amendment Mr Taft evi- ration with Marshal Frey and in- i dently has had assurances that formation from (he villase officer i bill will be reported out without Meve-3 around Callaiian and amendment and without recoramenda- the can first came to the the proposed Root. Lodge and v Ji'ef thought sure. son amendments have bro'isiht tm> he had the men who burglarized the presideRt into sharp conflict with vesicence last Tuesday v night and who stol? a iargc amount of silverware. However, nothing to connect them with this has yet" de- veloped. these senators, but he has not hesi- tated to express his views regarding them. Fully cognizant of the fact (Continued On Page Six.) INDIANAPOLIS, June Created by what are Commonly called photographs were taken on-the absolutelv to nrwt he absolutely to prohibit their ex- trusts-that is, of enormous combina- j mobile racing speedway when three tlons of corporate capital engaged in interstate anti-trust i cars> an APPerson' a Westcott and a
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