Sandusky Star Journal, June 23, 1911

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The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio "t- f' f j "ff TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPER THE SAN DUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, FRIDAY, LAST EDITION NUMBER 219 THE WEATHER [Today's Parade Finest Military Pageant Of Modern Times Say Experts CANADIANS CHEERED AS RULERS PASSED Forecast: Fair tonight and Sat- urday. Temperature at 7 a. m., 77 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 72 degrees. Sun rises Saturday at 4 a. m., and sets at p. "m. (Standard time.) Maximum wind velocity for 24 hours ending at noon today 12 miles west at Thursday af- ternoon. Monster Turn-Out Of Mounted Forces in Progress Through London, Hopkins Says His Secretary Was Informed of Cash Offer For Vote LONDON, June or eight million men, women and children are estimated to have wit- nessed the progress through London today. To the great ma- jority of Londoners and visitors as well the procession was of greater interest tfian the corona- tion itself, for comparatively a very few had an opportunity to view yesterday's pageantry. The procession, however, was marked by the same lack of spon- taneous enthxisiasm on the part of the populace that characterized the coronation, procession of yesterday. The parade was declared by experts to be the finest military pageant of modern times but the soldiers i, selves provoked more applause than did the king and queen in the royal coach.' With the exception of the sailors all of the thousands of partici- -parade weie mounted parade was made up especially to show the extent of England's do- minion and all of its colonies were elaboiately represented. In the first section ot the parade were seven car- riage loads of colonial premiers, e'ach escorted by its own colonial cavalry. Premier. Laurier of Canada and Pre- mier Botha of Africa both aroused great enthusiasm. There were also six carriage loads of Indian Rajahs es- corted by Indian troops. The royal section in which rode the king and queen was escorted by troops trom ev- ery branch of the nation's military and naval service, as well as troop_s from the Austrian artillery, German hussars and Spanish infantry in which King George is an honorary colonel. WASHINGTON, June the congressional committee that is investigating the election of Senator Lorimer former Senator Hopkins of Illinois today testified that his secre- tary had been informed by State Sen- ator McCormick that he had been of- fered to vote for Lorimer. Former Gov. Yates of Illinois, who once accused Gov. Deneen of playing him falsely in politics and sent word to him through Senator Lorimer that he "was a "liar declared on the witness stand that he had never heard of the use of money in that election until more than a year afterward. Both he and Georgia W. Hinman ed- itor and publisher of the Chicago Tn- EVELYN ARTHUR SEE. WHO CLAIMS TO BE "THE LIVING COD" ON TRIAL AT GIRL DEFENDS HIS CULT, Lord Kitchener rode along side the smiled back glass covered royal carriage in which ter-Ocean. the only other witness, professed the greatest friendship for Mr. Lorimer. Mr. Hinman expressed the belie: that there had been "a jackpot" or general corruption fund in the Spring- field legislature for many years, but he pointed to Mr. Lorimer's enemies as the probable contributors. Mr. Yates emphatically denied that he ev- er had any conversation with Edward Hines of Chicago over the long dis- tance telephone on the day Senator Lorimer was elected, in regard to a corruption fund for Mr. Lorimer's election or any other subject. Attorney Healy, for the committee, took Yates through a history of Illi- nois politics. Yates said he had' sup- ported Lorimer for governor in 1904 in consideration of which Lorimer was to support him few the senator- ship, a compact which Lorimer did not keep. He smiled at Lorimer as he made this declaration and Lorimer King George and Queen Mary could plainly be seen. The procession was finished at this afternoon. It was shortly after 11 o'clock this morning when the booming of cannon from the artillery detachment stationed In St. James Park, i'rtNnediately at the rear of Buckingham palace, announced to the hundreds of thousands who had taken their places along the route that the king and queen had entered then- carriage and that the royal procession was prepared to move. The state carriage in which their majesties rode, and which was a veri- table dream in artistic gold and blue enameling, was d'rawn by eight white horses, with outriders in uniforms of scarlet and gold. The route of the procession was from Buckingham palace'up Constitu- tion Hill and thence by way of Picca- dilly, St. James' street, Pall Mall, Tra- falgar Square, The Strand, Fleet street, Ludgate Hill, St. Paul's churchyard, Queen Victoria street and King Will- __lam street to London bridge, where the procession passed over into South- ward Fifty thousand troops lined the route and at every important street inter- section there was stationed a military band, which played) the national an- them as the royal carriage passed, Back of the troops were the spectators, a veritable sea of faces, men, women and children. When the carriage turned into Pic- cadilly a large number of members of the stock exchange who occupied a Muddle In Senate Result Of In- surgents' Stand With Democrats WASHINGTON, June vote has yet been reached on the recipro- city bill in the senate and there now seems no chance for an agreement for an early vote or adjournment. Out of all the confusion, there ap- pears a unanimity of opinion that the country is in for a prolonged session of this congress in which all phases APTHUR of the tariff question will be discussed'. The final outcome of this discussion is not being predicted with any claim of certainty by a single one of the ninety-two senators. Both the regular and the insurgent republicans, however, are claiming ul- timate victory as the result of the ov- erturning of the senate. The finance committee. In control of the regular republicans, by the nar- row margin of one vote laid before the senate both the wool revision bill Girl Now Ipurns All Offers To Forsake So-Called "Liv- ing God" CHICAGO, June Bridg- es, the 17-year-old girl, with whose abduction Evelyn- Arthur "See, found- er of the Absolute Life cult, is charged, testified that she had gone to live in See's so-called temple, with the full consent of her father and mother. After two days on the wit- ness stand, during which the girl parried most of the questions .of the >rosecuting attorney by replies in jargon of the cult, she was cross- examined by counsel for See. Her eplies were direct and intelligent. According to See's story, "the liv- ng in the person of See him- elf is on trial in Chicago, on charg- 9 of contributing to the delinquency f young women who lived with him s priestesses in his and 'here hex presided as head of the of Absolute Life." Mildred Bridges was designated to be the "wife of the Lord to produce the special stand! sang Rule Brittania with and the farmers free list bill, as pass- telling effect. A little farther on was ied by the with an adverse re- a large stand occupied exclusively Thls action in itsel.f makes a Americans. Other stands and windows tariff debate inevitable, were filled with hundreds of Canadians reporting the two tariff bills Who cheered enthusiastically and waved their flags as their majesties came into view. The queen seemed es- pecially pleased with the loyal dem- onstration by the representatives of the great overseas dominion and ac- knowledged the greeting by a grace- ful inclination of her head. FOREIGNER IS RECOVERING Girl Mentioned In Attempted Suicide J Case Sajs She Barely Knew fj Him. as passed by the house, Chairman Penrose said, recimoetiy would De aided by the muddle. BASK DYXAMTEI) CHICO. CaL, June are today searching for bandits who dyna- mited the Sterling City bank and es- caped with nrst ot a race of pei tect ac- cording to some witnesses. She is infatuated with See, and though Stephen Bridges, her wealthy father, pleaded with the fervor of a father's love with the girl, promised her wealth and home and social position; promised her jewels and motor cars and trips to Europe and bungalows in California; promised her if she would turn from- testifying for the she would not yield. That See wrote his book "The Ab- solute Life" while he was in jail and for the sole purpose of .coaching his folowVs bow they were to testi- fy when lie came to trial, is one of the charges that is to be made by the state to Judge Honore. It will be al- leged that ia his book See invented the clever defense that "wifehood" and as impersonated by Mona Rees and Mildred Bridges were spiritual and not phjskal con- ditions. The state will ask that See be punished for contempt in' thus coaching witnesses in advance. HOUSE PROGRESSIVES DEMAND BIG PROGRAM Steve Sejes, the foreigner who at- tempted suicide a few days ago at North, Bass by shooting himself be- cause supposed disappointment in love, is improving at Providence hospital and his recovery is now ex- pected. There is still considerable mystery about the case. Miss Edith Marshall, the pretty North Bass girl hand Rejes was said to have Bougbfcr declared Friday that she simply knew fhf man as an employe of her father and had spoken to him when necessary only. She said she had not spoken to him for the past pear as he has been workfig for anther roan. She cannot "under- stand why her name should be con- nected with the affair unless Sejes is insane. STAR-JOURNAL BuREAU. I not appeal to these enthusiastic pro- Munsey Building gressives as being any reason why the WASHINGTON' June 23.-Among tparty' itS C 'epresenta- WEST UNION, 0., June 23.-James Manchester, 18, is under arrest today "or having shot and killed Jesse Thatcher, 35, last night when Man- chester charged that Thatcher's cat- tle had destroyed his crop? Following the shooting Manchester Irove five miles get a doctoi, nop- ng Thatcher's life might be saved, rat he had been lulled instantly. Manchester charges that Thatcher fired at him first. TWO KILLED YIRECK ATHENS, 0., June Han- ley, engineer, and T A. Foster, oas- gageman, of Middleport, 0, were kill- ed today when a K. M. passenger train collided -nitli a work engine. Pas- sengers and members of the crews of both engines jumped, several being badly injured in so doing. EL PASO, the massing Tex., June With here today of Mexican federals who will be carried on three troop trains to put down the liberal rebellion in Lower Cali- fornia, gjeat fear is felt that an at- tempt will be made to dynamite the trains) as they pass through Ameri- can territurj. A small detachment of American troops will accompany each train flr.rj try against any such outraeps. OFFERS LIFE BORAH FAVORED AS TAFT RUNNING MATE democratic leaders of the house of rep t th Ives ln house' not proceed rpvntativps thpr? is a. sharn conflict to put exPredslOH the shape of resentames there is a sharp conflict, it ideas lo ,jenerai legislative! over the program lor the remainder thoT1 ncicc onH of the session. rrVT1 TUBES DIE IN BATTLE; SHELLED BY OWX and thDrvp ana tne piogressnes. element has a plan and is insistent t ieasl- lines, then pass the bills and put them j up to the senate. And it is not so l certain that they haven't control of j the senate, in some tariff'matters at that its program be adopted. The rev- olution in the senate has emphasized this. An "all summer" session of congress i would please the progressives mightilv. 1 1 If they had their way the house would The members like 01- CONSTANTINOPLE. June tween 700 Turkish soldiers were killed in a battle with rebels a- v By mistake jits works, 'so that the people will have the Turkish fleet also shelled the a clear chart to go by in casting their part of a town in which many of the I votes in the election of 1912. The fact Turkish soldiers had taken refuge, that the democrats do not hare control large aumbers of them. of the senate or the presidency iocs i ASIITABULA, 0., June Alexander Aalto, a middle aged bachelor of this city, today an- nounced that he is willing to go to the gallows in place of Mrs Angelina Xapolitana the Canadian woman who is under death sen- tence for the murder of her hus- band and who is about to become 2 a mother. Aalto is also working to secure a pardon for the wom- an. STATE SCORES STRONG POINTS Dictagraph and Other Evidence Admitted And Detectives Sensational Story of Payment of Money to Diegle and Senators For A ction on COLUMBUS, 0-, June Diegle case is proving all the sensa- tion that v.-as promised, and it has just started. What will develop as the trial goes on promises to be even m ore sensational and that the case will be long drawn out seems certain. The evidence of the Burns detectives has been sensational already, but even greater things are promised as the tiial proceeds. The court's decision to admit the dictagraph evi- dence and a wide range of tesiimon y was a big victory for the state. The strongest point for the prosecution was brought out by Attorn- ey Belcher for the defense pust before the noon adjournment today. De- tective Hairisen, o nthe stand, was being cross examined when he de- clared that he did not know when the notes were taken by the stenog- rapher, had not talked with the stenographer and didn't know what he would testify to as to what occurred when the detective and Diegle were talking over the payments of money. Judge Kinkead ruled that court would be held vith its employs experienced by tae National Erectors' Association; aarf which lead to the arrest of McNamara, the labor leader, for the Los Angeles Times dynamiting outrage. Cleveland police think they harp s clue to the identity of the assailant! of the Huron men and Detective Bra- dy will go to Huron Saturday, with photographs by which they may identified by the bridge workers As the result of-the attack made by seventeen unknown men from Cleve- land on the force working on the Htir-' on bridge Thursday afternoon. Sheriff Renter stands ready to the ut- most measures to prevent aty further trouble of this kind, and ransm arrest of the offenders, if thrj idfntified. The sheriff has authored Frey to swear In as many (Continued On Page ;

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