Sandusky Star Journal, June 21, 1911

Sandusky Star Journal

June 21, 1911

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Issue date: Wednesday, June 21, 1911

Pages available: 12

Previous edition: Tuesday, June 20, 1911

Next edition: Thursday, June 22, 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio SANDlr TODAY WELGOM ES THE ODD FELLOWS OF 0 HIO TO THE BEST CONVENTION CITY IN THE STATE. SANDUSRY STAR-JOURNAL FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER-217 Final Preparations Completed Today For Coronation Of King And Queen VISITING POTENTATES AND ENVOYS RECEIVED Contrast of -Types Seen as Beggars Line Streets Tra- versed By Notables PREPARE FOR CRUSH. LONDON, June antici- pation of numerous prostrations and accidents in tomorrow's coro- nation parade the authorites to- day ordered ambulances to be ready for duty along Jthe line of march. LONDON7, June coronation of King George and Queen. Mary is the one uppermost in the minds of the people of London today. For while the brilliant ceremony will b of of the Senate Goshbrn. Either Beteciiva P. S. garrison, from whom Andrews is said to have solicited the bribe, or R. I. "Walcutt, the court stenograher, who was on the receiving end of the dictagraph next -will take the stand.- That the state intends to use the detectives as witnesses, regardless of, charges made against one of them, Harrison, was evident today from the line of questions put to jurors. Each, was interrogated as to whether he was prejudiced against detectives as a whether the fact that evidence was 'given, by a detective would prejudice him against that, evi- dence. Each replied .that.'he was without suoh feeling. That Harrison is prepared to meet the charges which the defense hfispes will discredit him is the statement made. Diegle is confident of an acquittal, and if he felt anj- apprehension day ..as._tQ...the_jwitcjHBe_oiE. .the tie failed to give any sign of it nervousness. "I am innocent, and I wall be acquitted said he: ._ ne stand in Ms if they tell -the It is not known baife- DELIBERATE CORNER OF GRAIN A HOLD Grand 'Secretary C. H. Lyman, of whfc-h led up to the- comer and the 1 the grand lodge of the Odd Fellows, situation as it developed. j paid a remarkable tribute to the: Present methods on the boards ofhn llis aimuai report, submited .Wed- trade, -he said, make tnis -sort of nesdaj- moraine ance placed the power..of money, makes it diiT-uit for us to give our approval to the course followed or to withhold our sympathy from those who suffered by the unwarranted ad- vance." Then Mr. Phillips followed i rfi a deal possible at any time and al! that- is necessary to repeat the un- happy experience of May is for suf- i capita! to array itself upon the buying side of the market." Mr. Phillips declared that -he was heartily in accord with any legiti- mate attempt, to prevent corners but said that he confessed belief that great difficulty-will be found in try- ing to draw a line between a corner and a legitimate enhancement of val- ues. Mr. Phillips declared there was much to be said in favor of trading in futures and he reviewed the board of "Just before the outbreak of the civil war in 1S59. the grand lodge of the Odd Fellows held its annual ses- sion in tbe then little city of San- dusky.'' said the grand secretary. "Tbo thriving, but then unpretentious ci htle f claimed him a thorough student of the subject. In favor of corners, he recalled the hard times of 1S96 and the. slough or despond in which the farmers found themselves because of the low-prices of farm products. He vividly recalled conditions for whicb Grover. Cleveland was blamed by the politicians and said: the spirit and vigor that hate the Sandusky of todav. "In line with this swiHroont and W. (Continued on Pago Two.) diers' Home at the outskirts city may he ..mentioned. a state Institution, yet it the influence of the rltlzf-ns of dusky, in the exrcise of thstr spirit, that this rnftKnlflowrt mime instituion waa eAtablUiwi rSPAPERf "T v; ;

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