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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 18 April 1911

a TUESDAY, .APBIL. 18, 1911. got DEMOCRATIC BAWfllt PAGE SKVKtt i ST. LOUIS HARD HIT BY STORM Flirce Persons Killed and Prop erty Loss Is Heavy. ELEVATOR SWEPT INTO RIVER Cadet, Mo., Reports Two Killed and Only Ten Houses Left 8tandlno In Village Two Autolsts Killed and Third la Missing Wind and Hall Continue Work of Devastation In Four Wectorn 8tates Wires Down and Figures Hard to Get. 6TORM STATISTI08. BL Louts. April 14. The number of pcrxons killed and Injured In cities and towns west of the Mississippi river by windstorms in the last two days, so fur an known, follows: Missouri: railed. Injured. Valles Mines ., 4 12 St Louis 3 . 0 Cadot i. 2 14 Joplin 1 0 Arkansas: Plummervlllc. 8' 25 Burke 3 0 Vltona 3 0 I'nlontown 1 .. 0, Centcrtown 1 0 - Fort Smith 1 0 Oklahoma! mg Heart i 60 Cocotah 1 0 Skeakatook .'. 1 0 Grove 2 10 Ochllata S 0 Okmulgee 1 15 Kansas: Reserve 1 8 Eskrldce 3 2 Lawrence 2 2 Hiawatha 1 4 Gorrrmntown 1 0 Total 42 134 St. Louis, April 14. This city was visited by...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 18 April 1911

-y aa mm.m'm$Ptrummtf m rr-tc; rTyrfr fl"iteW I W l "W"F-y,Jj!l"'"l""WWl Ml Din 'J. ," fWWHffWlPWPiH1 t tipipiMWAt '. ' ;; fufvmm AK EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APBIL 18, 18)1 .x f &k hw.i-, . mi r 1 f I h i it ..vrr rift i c- ft SI1UK1 LUbALS Sgg8 18c butter 24c. Mr. John Klngsfiold of Akron was a -Jrlaltor In tbo city Sunday. Mr. J. B. McGaughoy of Columbus Jlras a visitor In Mt Vernon today. Mr. L. E. Gaylord of Galena was n visitor In tho city over Sunday. Mr. Allon MoflU mado a business Xtlp to Newark Monday noon. Mr. Frank L. Beam visited Colum 1)U3 this afternoon. Dr. G. D. Arndt was a visitor in Col umbus this afternoon. Mr. Wndo Watson of Cleveland was ft visitor In Danville over Sunday. Mr. Kont Shaffer of this city spent "Sunday with relatives In Danvlllo. Mr. Walter II. Portor of Columbus epont Sunday in Mt. Vernon, tho guest Of relatives. We havo tho names of 100 people vho say Corea-Malta bread la the fcit bread sold In Mt Vernon. tf Mr. .Samuel Doughorty ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

a h ' " i dmntv PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911 No. 32 ESTABLISHED 183C Wtm0tmlit mm SPEAKER Suffers Nervoii! sult Of Losing Fight For Uniform Text Books And Encounter Witt) Toledo Senator Said To Have Brougtit On Attack 01 Heart Failure, Followed By Complete Collapse-Fulton Introduces New Apportionment Bill In Lower i House-Labor Winsjictory Columbus, O., April 20. Speaker of the House Samuol J. Vlnlng is In Grant hospital as the result of a nervous breakdown following a aovoro attack of heart trouble. Ho was removed to the hos pital after having suffered a nervous collapse, and Is thought to be in a acrloua condition, although Dr. Bald win, who has the patient In charge, believes that the affection may be temporary. It is thought to bo the result of overwork and anxiety over legislative matters. At tlio hospital It was said that the speaker had broken down and that It would require weeks for recovery. It Is therefore a ques tion how soon, If at all this sess...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

TMr.yw 'VfifT, f.fW ''""T'VPV - m, is m . 'Wfl I m i t: if I'. P fc3, i-i IBB. !fi w ; trf ' 1 I !; feflfc r it MTWO MMlMMni WITNESSES w fell Of The Lpcliiog Of Detective Ettierlngtoc Si fte Oollon Murder Trial On Tuesday fetectives From Cleveland Testify In Case M Teii Tilings Bolton Is Alleged To Have Said Tie Defense! Objected 'Jo Much Of The Evidence The trial or tho first dcgrco mur der coso of Ohio vs. Lewis J. Bolton rr.8 resumed in common ploas court Tuosdny morning nt 9 o'clock. No time was loBt in getting down to busi ness. Immodlatoly after tho Jury had entered tho box, tho names of wit nesses for the state woro called. Porty-flvo reported and woro sworn by Clerk of Courts Uormont, nftor which thoy woro conductod to tho wit noaB rooms. There woro two womon among tlio nuiuhor. Judgo Wlckham announced that wit nesses for tho dofonso should bo on hand at tho opening of court Thurs day morning. ' Thero wns a fair sized crowd of spectators present, and consldoinble interest wn...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER paqe THftKC STABBED Herself In The Neck With A Pair Of Scissors In An Attempt To Commit Suicide Mrs. Wm. Hoefllck Tries To End Her Life Mind Has Been Unbalanced For Several Days Came Very Near Severing The Jugular Vein Mrs. William Hoefllck, residing on North Sandusky street, at the summit of ' Spearman's hill, attempted to end her life while at her home on Tuesday evening by cutting her throat with a pair of scissors. Mrs. Hoofllck'a mind has boon un balanced for a pqrlod of. sovoral days and has been under closo care and attention, everything being taken from the room with which an act of vlolonco could bo committed except a pair of scissors, which had been over looked. At about 7:30 o'clock Tuesday even ing, those who were attending the af flicted woman, left the room for a apaco of only a few minutes without a thought of her attempting to Injure or kill herself, but, In a very short time, nolsos wero heard In the room and an Investig...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

UBKXSJMtMM iS vs?p!?j!i55?9 iiji.iLiiiLiiiitiiiiii!iwiwti'T"'Jtn'"jf., "'"t -"r"i'rxiT"i'i'T,l'l"lwnr'''w' EdMSjs mtamfmmmrwfi r 4AGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK FRIDAY, APRIL 21 191T. t iTpv Iff m. t,i & STi K m r MOUNT VERNON. OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ftoral- W oo1s.1t 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.60 per year. Editored at the Mt. Vortion, 0 post a&Ico as second class mall matter .J. . J .J. . J J J J J J J 4. BLADENSBURG. 4 .3. .j. .. ,j, . . .j. j. 4. .j. .. .j. Preaching next Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Hull spent part of last week with hor daughtor, rs. Gcotgo War--man, of Mt Vernon Mr. and Mrs. Ira Humbert, Rov. Sims and wifo and Illy Mavis wore Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dly Mtono. Mrs. Garrison roturnod to hor home near Now Castle, Saturday, after a visit of soveral weeks with hor daugh ter, Mrs. Mellck. Dalo Cochran and family visited his parents Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Berry of East Union spent Sunday .with tho former's parents....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

""fA w FRIDAY, APRIL at, 10H. THK 0JEMOORATIO BAKNK DEFENSE Commenced Examination Of Witnesses in Bolton Trial When Court Convened On Thursday Morning Witnesses Say Bolton Opposed The Lynching And Said Such An Act Should Be Prevented y Mnttrin Tn Tata fncp Frnm Jury Was Overruled Thursday Morning Thoro wore about 200 persons on the morning train from Newark, tho largor number ot whom woro witness es for the defense In tho Bolton caso. Among them woro Edward Schollor, J. M. Marlowo, Weldon Denny, C. E, Mulligan nnd Edgar Owen, all of whom ate indicted in Licking county for first degree murder in tho Ether tngton lynching. They wero in charge of Sheilff Slabaugh and Deputy Sher iffs George W. Taylor and O. C. Mar tin. There was a largo crowd In the court room when court was opened at 9:15 a. m. In tho audience were a number of tho members ot tho Knox county W. C. T. U. As soon as tho witnesses of the de fenso wero sworn and Bent to the witness rooms, Mayor John W. An kolo of Newark wa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

MMBMiNMMMiMI V fWT PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, ARIL 21 MU F HOW HE OJHE mmmmmnm!mmmtmm ORMER DIVORCE ro COWL Disposes Of A Number Of Matters Of Importance At Tbe Regular Meeting On Monday Evening Mayor Mitchell Offers His Report For April Question Of .Re-Numbering Houses Again Up Residents On Lamertine Street Want A New Light Tho dty council met In a regular Rosslon Monday evening with nil mem bers present except Mr. Colo and with l'roflldont Edward Dover la tho chair. Tho minutes of tho laqt previous moot ing wore read by Olorlc Mclntlro and woro approved as road. Sorvlco Director Falrchlld upoko In relation to the gutter botwecu Sugar and Chestnut streets on tho cast sido of Norton streot wlioro tho wator from tho Cooper works flows. Ho stated that n number of complaints havo been made by tho people resid ing on Norton streot ntid that llcnlth Ofllcer Blair hns ordered tho matlor bo attended to. A conforenco with tho C. & Q. Cooper Co. has boon hold and they have ag...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

fF?t r fw Wjif r' miDAV, APRIL 21, 1011. m DIMOORATZO BAHNMt O PAQE SEVSN w DORMITORY At Y. II. C. A. Of Splendid Service To Patrons And Many Young Men Find Comfortable Homes There "I havo talked with a numbor of mon who have used tho Y M. 0. A. dormitory and all havo oxpressod .thomsolvoa as bolng Vory much pleased with tho rooms. Thoy offer pleasant homes with all convonlenc B, and tho host ot associates and In fluences." PETER HOTT Tho dormitory has many tlmos Btaown tho wisdom of building an addi tional number of rooms, making tho total 22 instead of 8 as originally In tended'. Asldo from tho financial ad Tantagea there havo boon largo re turns In a social way. More than five hundred, all of whom havo been young men away from homo, havo used the rooms tfurlng tho past year. To hear .tho many slncoro words of apprecia tion lsWfliciont to convlnco'ono that Mount rVernon has rondorcd a great social servico to young mon. Some young men havo been on tholr "up pers" aitd It has been a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 21 April 1911

.,.,. .,.-f- , wr '--i i - --" , -w t-tii u i "":, "fp ? jt ,T5c tLS-JJL X-J:Ui...SJ.iatx&JkLJ ljHWWtWBwwMwawMwiWMiWM'w''i , .)iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii.i' "W!''''iwjyy,'-'.'ij, ' "i, ' ',','-',, u-ii i,.i'j .mi;1 !i'j''l"y!iJUmi!a"jB'sffgM' tit WT -"'ft ir 'ttf.t 1 ,.r. .t.'.' t'in- - - -r r 'nyf&1rt,r- -wipr' . .....i urn, nmiiJt.nl ,,iilimi',liljr"-1ir fi f iMMM trSHT THE DIMOOHATIO BANNSK FRIDAY, APRIL 21 1911. "" l JMU1W1 H "IPNVUiAH i. BTVWMKU .. i . - - ' ' ' . ' ": " ' ' . PP" w. 1 fr- tT, MORGAN'S TUNNEL WAS MERE MYTH fu Officials Declare Rebel Walk ed Oat ol Gale. Columbus, O., April 20. That Gen n John H. Morgan, tho famous Confcdcrato leader, whoso mystorlous itecapo from tho Ohio ponltonllary Nov. 27, 1863, together with Ave of fels Htaff, has puzzled historians for almost a half century, walked out of the pen to freedom through tho front gato, either boldly or aided and abet ted by olllclals at tho Institution, Is the belief of authorities at tho peni ten...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

r n - iV fl j. A i fttttmr PRIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0 TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911-No. 33 ESTABLISHED 183 -wt!?! . ' ,.t CONFESSION MADE ON THE EXPLOSION That Wrecked The , Los Angeles Alleged Dynamiters in ie Toils. V ONE TELLS LURID TALE Said to Have Admitted That Gang Killed 112 Persons. IMPLICATES LABOR LEADER Detective Burns, Following Tip . From McManigal, Unearths Box of Dynamite In Tiffin, 0. i More Arrests Expected to Fol- low Raid on Headquarters of t Structural Iron Workers Union i at Indianapolis. Chicago, April 24. How 112 men 'were killed, property valued at moro than J3,500,000 destroyed, and how arch-plotters, outrivaling the Borglas In their thirst for blood, sat In secret council and condemned Innocent worklngmen to death, has been made public In tho form of a remarkablo document of 00 typewritten pages. It is the story told by Ortle Mc Manigal, the ..structural Iron worker arrested with John J. McNamara of Indianapolis, secretary of tho Inter national Association of...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

Wit?. tV'yjwa iifefe3rCgV,ie H"" fyyVP ' "' ' Mwf wjiC n It "" ' r i-1 Mw.iittfri,MgiiW'MiiMo'i tTl.i.T w ilint;rWltfWMiriiiiiMliiUBlitl1ilfrii1Tr- il j t i m i -m '-' r ""-f'""'"' ''"','",i '' t--- KH WWflWC TWO THI DMfiOOJtATIO BAlHfl TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911 fffyjggyy1 T c-7 r. u - , J l j. Jj(l . -' 1. j-. . . , ia . . i i ' ' - - j .. i .1 .Mm mfrn - -Ai. .Aw I i i(iwiiiito w.ni i iniw fc.-' i.ylf If ' HM'iM - t yf fctnlftiii Uiii iWffm ! n;1! 'VI "'!' ' if" " T- r"-i-- t-t- i "A Etfi m . '?. r 1 T r I' in !. I. f' t ! ! Pt .?'-' b, . BOLTON files Ob The Witness Stand Is Bis Own BeWf Wis Cool And Answered Ail Questions Very Promptly Told Of His Actions On The Day Of The Lynching Denied That lie Had Anything To Do With It Tfae Arguments In The Case Started On Monday The dofenso in the murdor caso of Ohio vs. Louis J. Uolton continued tho xamlnntlon of lta witnesses Friday storning. As on Thursday afternoon tho greater number wltnosoos called wore for tho purpose of establishing a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

fwyvvji jfTr "v",t f"c "vwrmm r u n k TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1911 THE DEMOORft TIP BANKElt PAQE Ttttlt, FwnrwRiMi V w a r. . ti IV ; CIRCUS At The Y. M. C. A. Was A Success In Every Respect And Attended By LargeCrowd Of Spectators The Side Shows A Great Hit Of The Evening And The Wild West Feature Pleased Everybody The Circus Was Repeated Saturday Evening The" circus given at tho Y. M. C. A. building on Friday ovonlng was a com plete success In ovory detail. Elab OTato preparations wore plainly In evi dence in each exhibition and the side shows wore managed and exhibited firTa professional niannor. The affair was a success not only as far as tho circus was concerned, but tho attend ance was romnrkatile. At soven o'clock the1 side shows opened and tho ticket sellers began their chatter, remind ing one of a genuino tent circus. The' doors were opened shortly be fore seven o'clock and a rush of waiting persons immediately followed. Tickets were sold by tho doaensuntll every side show was f...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

HlJIBfflUmBl SJwCjigi;.' V a " ""Tim W" ""'iT"i,iyT"Pr"i 5Tp:fTOF:?5;wim5Tflvv3ST5i ;V? rj fA8E FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 10ft i.ii.. ,... i. in,.., !.. u . J., gue. I: t i I'M ' O MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 030QJL- W OOlXjLy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.50 por year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office as second class mail matter. 'TWO DEAD IN WEST 03INIA MYSTERY Firemen Find Man and Woman Fatally Burned. Pnrkersburg, W. Vo,, April 24. As result of a mysterious fire In tho Caakcy residence, V. IS. Curry, SI, a wealthy chair manufacturer, and Mrs. W. K. Casltey, 46, wife of the propri etor of a fashlonablo rostaurant and prominent horsemiu aro doad, and Mrs. Caskcy's son William, 21, )a gainfully burnod. The Caskeys for merly lived In CIrclovlllo, O. Firemen who entered the Caskoy 'residence stumblod over the uncon scious body of Curry, found Mrs. Cas Icoy In negligee attire, fatally burned. Jn another room, and young Caskey suffering...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

yrNjw: TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 19H THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQiK. NVft SUES For Damages Because She Alleges That The Defendant Failed To Carry Out Her Part Of A Contract Elizabeth Black SuesEllzabeth Porter !d A Suit Filed In Cqurt Of Common Pleas Other Notes Of interest From Temple Of Justice Elizabeth Black has commenced a suit in the court of common picas of Knox county against Elizabeth Porter In which she asks for damages in the sum of $1,000, and to rccovor money which she- claims sho expended while working as housekeopor for tho do fondant. The plaintiff states that on February 10, 1910, sho entered into a written contract with tho defendant to act as housekeoper at her homo on Bast Pleasant street, this city. In consideration of tho aforesaid promise and agreement the defendant agreed to and did executo her will in favor of the plaintiff, leaving her all her proporty of every kind and de scription. Tho plaintiff alleges that on October 10, 1910, t':o defendant compelled her to leav...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

i1jllii9iiftwww ue! )I'Hff",W, ?WWil ss fjpTW "i" ' i -im..-..jk- I I . . . ' -TVtfwlim r'7 " ,-. - p p- , U THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1011 ty5wwiBSHiiwii''''''!Bl'P K VAE SIX ifi ft II m m i k 'f . fe i METHOD If Letting Out The Funds Of ' Ohio Be Tried By National Government Senator Pomerenc To Intro duce Bili For Purpose Uewman's Appointment As Librarian A Popular One .State Auditor's Department May (iet The Probe Columbus, O., April 21 Tho suc cessful fight waged in Ohio for tho honest handling at Blato funds, is to bo carried into congress by Ohio's Junior senator, Atleo Poraorone. A illl pattornod after th6 Cotono moas urd providing for competitive bid ding for state deposits, which was on--noted at tills session of the goncrat as sembly, has boon drafted by State Treasuror Creamer and will bo offor d shortly by Sonator Pomerono. Lot iors havo bon written by Treasurer Creamer to Ohio Democratic congress men urging thom to lid up for tho bill. In answering sonato...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

, kwMffci K TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1911 (iMiiHaBnBnMnaii TKX DXMOOKATXO BAMMM PAOE "EVW k JESUS NO LONGER A MAN' Since His Resurrection He Is "The Lord of 'Glory." Begotten and Born of the Spirit; "Put to Death In Flesh, , Quickened In Spirit." London, April 23. Pub tor llussell preached In Lon don 'rnbcniaclo to day to a crowded house. Ills tbcnio was the resurrect ed Lord, no longer n man, but ascend ed where he wna before made par taker of the divine nature. His text was, "He was put to death In (lesh. but quickened iu spirit" (I Peter ill. IS). The speaker Bald; In the past those of us who contin ued to bejloyo In tho resurrection of-the dead, held some Inconsistent theories respecting ,the matter which served to make, the resurrection doctrine tho more" absurd in tho minds of those op posed. For Instance, we claimed that iho Lqgoa, tho Son of dod. left tho keaveiily or spirit nature and. accord tog to the Scriptures, was made flesh and that Ho was resurrected from tho dead n human ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 April 1911

rttfrHmnMft sm urtwmwi wm' jwWiniiimiiiw Uiii,iiwwwwwwiwiwwiMitiiiri'wwwwrtW l il . ii HM-iW.. WW" l.l..l..WMW. .ll I II Jl I I A MMIttHT THE DEMQOBATIO BANNXX TUESDAY, APRIL 1011 25, 'i r t U BY ORDEAL Th Farce Called Justice That Siam Used to Play. TESTS OF FIRE AND WATER. tXhtt Aeeuted and the Accuser Each Had to Face the 8ame Kind of Music, nd Whichever Way the Case Was Decided the Judges Were Winners. The modern methods of Justice In jdvlllzcd Europe do not Include trial by wrdeal, but In the cast It Is still a rcc- fsgnlzed means of proving an accused - (person's innocence or guilt. In a coun try like Slam, now so closely in touch (With western Influences, tho ordeal by k was practiced a generation ago. This Is tho oldest form of ordeal In Slum, us In any country. When pre firing for the ceremony two trenches rsrero dug sldo by sldo. They wcro ch nbout ten feet long, two feet wldo nd two feet deep. Thcso wcro filled rfVltb layers of redbot coal to a depth of pen Inches. The pl...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 28 April 1911

te jEbrmue PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911 No. 31 ESTABLISHED 183 jp Bk I IS WI R RRYfF" .hJ tie lla llli S uL it, Woman Identifies As Former Train Stopped At Pasadena Anil Raymond And Remainder Of Journey Made In Automobiles-Large Crowd Surrounds Los Angeles Mils As Men Are Rushed To Their Cells-Lawyers Visit Prisoners ButMaiie No Move For Release Ii03 Anselea, Cal... April 27. After tho three men accused of complicity In tbo dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times building on the morning of Oct. 1 wore safely 'locked up in the Jail, District' Attorney Fredericks stated that Mrs. lngorsoll of San Fran cisco told him that J. W. McNamara, -whom she saw in Pasadena as he left the train there, was without doubt .ho J. B. Bryoo whom she knew and who Is one of the alleged dynamiters. Hundreds crowded about the coun ty jail wore held in check by a squad of deputy sheriffs while the sus yects were 'uiHtied Into the build ing, and in a few minutes had boen booked and put ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 28 April 1911

iimaiiiiMiimiiHivnii m ..m.-B.n.jfli. . ll i hi 1.1. Mt!f THE DEMOCRATIC BAHfflCJfc TWO FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1011 s TARTED lis Been" The Campaign To iaisc Sum Of $6,000 ftr The Financial Needs Of The Local Y. II. C. A, Splendid Meeting Held On Tuesday Evening i With An Address By A Co lumbus Editor Testimonials From Two Bit. Vernon Gitizens The citizens' committee and several ( their friends niet for supper at the association last evening for tho pur P030 of launching tho campaign for funds with which to maintain and ad vance tho work of tho association. Prof. Jf S. Alan, In a very happy man ner, presided as toastmastor. Mr. B. B. Williams reviewed tho work for tho past year and pointed out somo of tho opportunities of tho association. Ho said that whllo the directors and com mitteemen wero much ploased with tho work thoy wero not satisfied, bo causo thoro still is so much undone. Stato Secrotary A. Q. Bookwaltor gave a conclso report of tho work of tho stato committee. Ho stated that ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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