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   The Sandusky Star Journal (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                        i i TODAY'S NEWS TODAY THE HOME PAPEfl A THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL. FORTY-FOURTH YEAR SANDUSKY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 191 LAST EDITION NUMBER 224 FILLING PINCHOTS CUP OF Maker of Senator" Says Aldrich Wanted a Suitable Man fILDENfS EXAMINED; f QUESTION BOOKKEEPING KTilden Says He is a Democrat But Only Voted Ticket Once in 19 Years i WASHINGTON, D. c., June 29. V "Alleged maker of senators'' and "solicitor of the far famed slush Edward Nines, mil- lionaire lumber dealer, of Chica- go, today took the stand as the I, star witness for the defense of Senator William Lorimer. Hiu.es swore oil the witness stand that Senator Aldrich after a confer- ence with President Taft in Washing- told him that Taft had suggested that Lorirnpr become a candidate and that he, Hines, advised Loiimer of the facts. Hines said he did this, Lor- imer expressing great surprise thai Taft wanted him to run but consenting to do so. In addition, a message showing the president's was sent Lorimer in order that he show it to Governor Dencen and oth- ers. JUirirnex_was elected _ the next day.- Hines, who stated that he is now forty-seven ok1, told how he 'OP- gan life at ten doUars a week and gradusllv worked his way up to his present station as a milhonane li'm- bermnn with accounts in twenty-five of the leading banks of the country He stated that Lorimer lived in his district bul that he had not become interested m bis senatorial campaign until Senator Penrose told him that Aldrich was anxious to get a senator elected who would vote for his tariff measure Hines said that Lorimer was such a man. His methods of bookkeeping and his loyalty to the -democratic paity alike were under flre when Edward Tilden, bank director, packing house manager and corporation man gen- erally, appealed before the commit- tee to teslifj that he was in no way interested in the raising of a fund to elect Lorimer to the senate. Before his bookkeeping stem or his politics weio Questioned, Tilden was subjected to an examination, as to his relations to coiporations. He mentioned fiist that he was president of the National Packing company and later added the of othex Chicago coiporations, of which be was president, besides boirg the head of concerns in other cities. Senator Kern bad the w HUPPS de- LEGISLATORS ARE COURT Army Engineers say Commerce Requires No Further Har- bor Improvement. THREE-FOURTHS COMPLETE! AND THEY'RE SOME TALL, Nevada Progressive won't Sac- rifice Self To Repair Taft's Fences In West LOCKPORT, N. Y., June Mary Ellen Powers, for years Bar- num's taHest woman, is to be mar- 'f ried this week to Maurice T. Stapleton, of Lockport, one of the v tallest men in vicinity. Miss resides here, and is a heavy owner of local real estate. She is seven feet tali. Stapleton is over six feet, and a g'ant in every way. Twenty-one Foot Channel And Jetties As plated Sufficient foi Sandusky STAR-JOURNAL BUREAU. Munsey Building. WASHINGTON. June improvement of Sandusky harbor beyond the plans of the present project, is not considered neces- sary for the handling of com- merce. This is indicated in the report submitted to congress to- by the army engineers through Secretary of War Simeon. AVhile Sandusk} interests made no lor a greater project plans which had been considered are leported adversely. Tbe engineers contend tb it the eoinnletion of the 21- toot channel and of the jetties will be sufficient. The emioisement of acting chief of engineers reads as follows: 'Tncler the project now in force and about three-touvths completed, provid- ing for certain jettA and projecting works and a channel 300 to 400 feet wide and 21-feet deep, ample facilities for the accommodation of present and reasonably prospective commerce will be furnished. "For this reason I concur w itb the district officer, the division engineer and the board of engineers for rivers and harbors that Sanduskv harbor 1.. not worthy of improvement fuither That the dictagraph "lies" was the than that contemplated by the exist-' ass-ition of Senator L R Andrews in mg project. tne rjteglo trial Both Andrews and Senator George K, Cetone were point- ed out in cou't Frank STAR-JOURNAL BUREATT, Munsey Building. WASHINGTON, June "Bill Borah boom" for the republican nom- ination for vi'-e-president has flattened out during the last few days. Senator Borah himself is re- j sponsible for tbe collapse of his boom, i The brilliant and able Idaho senator j has informed the men who undertook to "teel him out" on the proposition that if there is any one thing on earth he wants less than all other things it is the office of vice-president He has stated positively and unequivocally that he will not make the race and that if the national coruentior, in a mo- ment of temporary aberration, should' CHICAGO, June state today State Concedes it Cannot Be Proven Bribe Was Given In Franklin County COLOIBUS, June The bribery case against James Ross, prominent i politician, charged with giving a thir- ''ity dollar raincoat to former Commis- sioner Gillispie of Marion county as a bribe, was knocked out today bj Judge Ratlimcil when the state conceded that it could not that the al- IL fll 11. 1L UU'llU L1J a. L n'c fl.1- OT ttte UUlt OT ADSOlUte leged bribe was given m Frauklm Morrison Smilcv as the men to whom he paid bribes. Satisfactory Here. Secretan Haiuer of the Business Men's association, said Thursday that so far as he Knew, no haibor im- piovenient proi aside from the completion of the channel and jetties as projected was asked hfe The, project for a which is de- j Leading Steel Trust Officials Are Said fired at the end ot the jetties comes To under the jui.sdiction of the light- 10 ween luttictea. house board. DIEGLEfflSENl HUE PL1KFENSE Senator Andrews, Chief Wit- ness, Brands Dictagraph Record ''Willful Lie" DENIES RECEIVING OR SOLICITING PAYMENT Defense Unexpectedly Rested Wiihcui Placing Diegie On The Stand COLUXSUS. O., June the Drese-it speed continues in the tri- al of Rodney J. Diegie. the case should reach the jury some time Friday. The defense has rest- ed but it is known that the state will have some strong evi- dence to introduce in rebuttal. The arguments will take up at Iszst one day and then judge's charge will require several hours. Attorneys interested in the case expect the fate of Diegie to be in the hands of tie jury by either Friday afternoon or Saturday morning at the latest. INDICTMENTS RUMORED SAYS HE DIDN'T KISS WIFE WHO WOULDN'T EMBRACE HER HUSBAND KBVT YORK, June rumors are in circulation today that loading officials of the have been indicted heie steel trust Although NEW VORK, June Harvey Smklcr alleged to have. United Stares Attorney Wise refuses to discuss the ruiior there seems lit- tle doubt that the indictments have been made. been es that lecipient of the manv kiss- Lank Cashier Chailes Gam Life Object Of Two Attacks In Court Room The court as a consequent held that it had no jurisdiction to hear the case. Ross was connected with the Rug- gles-Gale Co, which furnished sup- plies to cr-jnty offices. v -i iiiciiL ut Lcinyui 0.1 rtutri i aiiuii. ainjuiu i Dominate him for that office he will' rested its case in the trial of Evelyn! decline- 'Arthur See, the "God Man" an-! foun- irookkeepin? The -vie] that Jie was not proud of his system but   of fi lends i lesent. CHURCH SUNDAY? WIRE SQUAD WILL GET YOU IF YOU STAY AT HOME of It was Senator nominee for vice-president in the campaign, who put Tilden's democia- ey to question This was time after the witness had testified that he was a demon at pit her for DENVER. June case mates of his junior commonwealth. Frank H. Kenwood, chaiserl wit'.i "h.' as the lesult of being h L a bullet fired at Pylvr t i Von acaniUal and arguments on tfaia pilui ftUPn >'tenwoon Kill .m- latter THE WEATHER m the barroom of the T Palace the jury. side the equal of the junior senator i motion were begun. irom Idaho. He is as progressive as Mildred of See's vie- has" go his colleague, Senator Heyburn, is re- tims. Decame reconciiH to her father in his Inst. action- 'o tn? jurv Judge actionary. Anybody who is acquainted. Stephen Bridges, a jev.'ler, in court whitforcl said t' .ciild br> onlv one with Senator Heyburn knows from this anri the latter twice attempted to as- of three vor'1 description that Senator Borah is very sault See The first attlck uccuned decree rr i'..r progressive. His progressiveness, in a outside "You arc a democrat are vou'" he fub PJ ......._. inquired however, is of the safe and sane kind Bricises calling top def- as he never takes a step ahead without name and attemntine to being sure of his ground. He was re3trainPn-- by His unwillingness to countenance a Tno second attempted art "I am If I know what a democrat is." "That's wha  tell him tnat That Boiahs nomination would carry, _.s MA m R throughout the (Continued on Page Seven.) Jonn D. from Yoi k vhere hr been in confcientf on plan1; fo; tlio rcorganizn'ion of the Standard Oil to (ontoim v.ith the recent i-o'iif i-te dP'l'npri 'c ,mj p.ias-f.1 of the loorganization TO CFSB BILLY SUNDAY WHEELINO, W. Va June 20 The cit.v council passed an ordinance, jjanr-er said thPt imposing, a fine upcn anj peison who, because" of admission in a public address, should use or vulgar language. Councilman P. j fered walrst thp street F. Haberstick. who offeied the ordi-' nancs. it was rno-m. during Captain Danner pnd report- __________ ers testified that See and the two srirl-; bad admitted that their "relations wpnt i far beyond thp bounds of MAY PARDON WOMAN alirv and morality. Daniver said that nnd the girls, tli' r made, booked on charrns nsiinlh- en- OF DEATH SENTENCE e with the in- tent of curbing the of Bil- ls" Sunday, the evangphst has been ergaged by Wheeling churches to open a religious cpmpaigu m this caily next jcar. TOLEDO BARS GA3IBLISG TOLEDO, O.. June In another reform movement, the "lid" has been put down on gambimt. the polite or- dering all places closed. [Trainload of Eastern Delegates Heid up Reg- istered iViaii Pouches Looted. jfitlQENE. Oregon. June dozen armed posses arc today searching The iurrounding countr> for the htrce tandits who late last night held up trainload of eastern delegates to the j'International Sunday school r-omen- ftion and! looted the registered mail pouches. Express messengers kept I the bandits from tee express car where Ithere thousands of dollars. The (passengers were not molested. Officials of (he railroad declare it the evident intention of the ban- flits to ho'd up the southbound train hich carried four hundred thousand flollara of Alaska gold, but they got Ithe wrong train. FAINTED IN TEN! A hoy who had made his Ytay into tb? tent of a -nhcre be iva8 by stranare sights and possibly affected bj the odor from oil Isnip.s, fainted ami fell into tbe arms of a clown. As he mir- ed, he heard a kind-voiced Moman talking and then he saw the "boucloss the "human Tlsns is introduced one of the stirrine norels that hns been of- fered iii a long time, a story by George Barr XcCntcfaeon, entitled "The Hose '.n the There, the secret's out! Yes, "The Hose in the Ring" is a great story and it is to ne offered to Star-Journal readers as a serial, the opening installment to lie pub- lished Saturday. Many hare was the meaning of the mys- tic words. Xow all will understard that they stand for romance and an pxcitiag plot aad, at'the same time, for a story of beautiful sentiment. It is n story of tee circus of tie olden real circus which trav- eled from town to town in wagons instead of by railroad train as is now the custom. Everybody knows of George Barr McCnfrneon, the author of "Bev- erly of Graustark'' and other good novels. His name alone is a guaran- tee of the interest-creating powers nf "The Hose in the Watch the Star-Journal for the flpciiing chapter. s Foiecast- Fair, wanner tonight, 4 Fiiday unsettled and warmer with piobably local shower? J___Temperature at 7 a. m., 03 de- grees. Temperature one year ago, 6S degiees Sun Fiidaj at 4 02 a m and sets at 7.07 p. m. (standard Maximum wind velocity for 24 houis ending at noon 13 s miles noitheast at 10 Werlnes- s day night. CHTCAnO, 111., June V unique telephone campaign to souls instituted by the Christian En- deavor union of Chicago, part of its campaign to coinert lOn.OOn persons in a >ear. Peiscnri who fail to at- tend a church will get a kind invita- tion bv tele) come If they fan. they flill get a telephone ser- mon. The crusade will pnrticulni to the wealtliv class, especially thooe w ith tor automobil- ine. golfing and loafing Sabbath delinquents will be followed to their homes, clubs and golf links by the "wire squad case this morning without placing the defendant. Diegie. on the stand Tbe defcns-e d a transcript of Chicago Die-Terbach case against Frank Harnson-Sm.iey the sues ob.ection. The state has a few wit in rebuttal ht't k seemed like lv th.it thp would go to argu- ment this nfternocn. This will mean a conclusion this week The defense will ask for five or sia special charges. Among them will b? 'f.'o which were given in the trial, one to the effect that: the fact thai the defendant did not take the wit- ness, stand and testify does not excuse the state from proving his guilt be- yond a reasonable doubt. Another is that the jar, is in be the sole judga of the creditabiKty of the witaessys anji of the weight to be given theii evidence; that in determining their creditability they may consider the appearance and demeanor of the ness while upon the stand and that if it is decided that the witness has knowingly testified falsely to a ma- terial fact the jury is at liberty to disregard the witness' testimony. Senator L. R. Andrews, jointly in- dieted with Diegie, branded the en- tire dictagraph record a ''willful and malicious lie' when he took the stand as a witness for tn-1 defense late yes- terday. He commenced the real fight to clear not only Diegie, but himself and Senators Cetone and Huffman, all indicted in connection with the same- alleged deal. I'ntil Andrews' startling charge that the euden y which the state has been wpa'-ing about Diegle, was a fabrication of the detectives, tne ds- I Continue j on Page Two.) VEDRIME WINS THIRD _______ CALAIS. Fiance. June won the Fiance. Plot re Vedrine 4 sixth stase oi the Pr.ris-to-London four nanuns flights when he reach- 4 cd heie from Roubais. The nexl f stpge vvill be across the English Channel. Vednne has now won. three of the ;5ix stages of the race. I'PPKR S 0., June Charging that his wife tried to as- sault him with a flatiron. Reery of sued for a divorce tip is fi4 and was man led at Wucjius .Uu 2S. NOTABLE CONTEST IS For Best Corn and Potatoes Grown in Erie, Ottawa and Huron Counties, The Star-Journa! Offers Prizes Worth S250 County Fair Feature, Mrs. Wightman. Says Hubb} Made Her Catch Frogs and' Carp, and Beat Her WHAT SHE CHARGES. That her compelled her to catch snd haul seines tor ia p Tnat he sold the household THE PRIZES. Uo'u'nh no charge for emetine goods to mother-in-law for ronte-M thf only condition Dems: m a [IT of race De Lavai Cream Separator, val- v ued at Olivsr Chilled Sulky Plow, val- ued at f Two thousand feet of drain tile. v Dayton B, cycle, valued at ?fO. Beautiful Set of Dishes. Hand- some Mission Lamp, Subscriptions to T'TS Stai -Jcurnsi. Nstional v Stockman and Farmer, and the a Ohio Farmer. s nrn entered b of bl; which will he and so t   -.f.'ir. o a' or ijl nrr.cfii' nator 1 is P th-3 wor'dh i of ;ioiiui- ;o lion noaiuis riti-e nt'.'cr n 15 cL'imed. The seiv atatcr u ronietluna; would prized b.. air funiiPr Far the socord bost ear of corn Thai she woikeJ while be slept. That hc her cul of the boiiro. anri hecured service of bis bj pubhcation two intenvatd Tr.at I-1 her eyes. t'aat she corresponded with an tanner in answer to a niat- umrMiai ad .ind induced him to come ti th's ci'y tj nidi'r> her. ilrs. Kate filoc i'n unique asiswer and oross-pi'tition mornina; 10 tne 'in ore' suit In ought by Wilham N Her better halt, w-ho is a railroad i? charged with unfaithfulnc.-s i in this and driving his wife from holibe little nonie. May 19. w !i feet of drain tile.i no time did he c'otte tr.e or our rivoji cbe Hiprle Brick Tile Co.' adopted child" she declared in the le- tile is of the best quality, paper. du.-ert 
                            

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