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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 May 1911

Sir. lwTa FRIDAY, MAY B, 1911. TBX DEMOCRATIC fSAMlOBXt PAflC '. K FORTY SOLON : IN DRAG NET i Grand Jury Tackles BrlbeGharges This Morning. MANY WITNESSES ON HAND Include State Officials, Assemblymen, Lobbyists and Newspaper Men At- , torney General Hogan, Who Will Help Prosecutor, Declares Immunity Baths Will Not Be Permitted Tur ner Receives Many Offers to Tes tify From Various Parties. HOW PROBE STARTED. Columbus, O., May 2. Columbus buslncai men, iltsRiisted at tho fre quent demands for money from crooltoil lcKlHlntora, aro responsible for 'the bit; graft proba of the leg MatUra now on. They early de clared It Impossible to secure hon est legislation without resort to brined, ihd tho formation of an antt'krA pool was tho result. It la liridwstood that Charles PreU maii, president of tho Columbus chairiber of commorce, waa placed In charge of the fund to light the crofters. Ho consulted County Pros ecutor Turner' and a. decision was reached to trap the crooked aa Fmblymen. Protz...

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. — 5 May 1911

BwSKwyjiaiiiffiwi rTii iiK7m iiiii iri ) ii tfimnn!t r" ' VMMKWHY TEX DXMOC&ATIO BANMXS FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1911. 4 "I i I r 'ft- iji " PEAGE OUTLOOK IS NOT BRIGHT Washington Fears Mexico's Trouble Just Beglnlng. BEBELS CONTIHUE ACTIVITIES repare to Attack City Within 40 Mllei of Mexico City and May At I tack Capital In Near Future Ad 1 ministration Deolares Revolution on Wae, but Facts Refute Statement. I Americans Leave Turbulent Rcpub lo In Anticipation of Disturbances. Washington, May 4. Within tho yaat few days Internal conditions in Mexico have bocomo much worio. Th KMt alarming phase of tho situation a the activity of tho rovolutloulsta at Cternavaca, a city of about 18,000, 40 anlles south of Mexico City. Tho la wargenU aro strong In that vicinity ad tho city Is threatened. American nd Gorman residents there have ap pealed to their respective diplomatic representatives in Moxlco City for protection. Henry Lano Wilson, American ambassador at Mexico City, aB asked the Mexican g...

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. — 9 May 1911

lTtr "T"! '-, n - 'Wt9 IT tWitr"' r VK JWiri r?.--. ,.; ViS i .Mil TH f 'i IWS jtttMrjtfttffc if . ftlttf ; '.fttrr JOL-. PBIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MAY 9, 19il No. 109 ESTABLISHED l&iMfi tr? 0Ke 11 ?H U" r SECRET CONFAB HELD Seek Plan To Block Bribery In vestigation members Of Allied Manufacturers' AssociationSSummoned To Appear And Tell What They Know Of Efforts To Kill Women's Shorter Workday Bill-Representative Cowan Opposes Harmon's Proposition To Have Leg islature Pay For Probe Columbus, O , May 8. It Is under stood that a "united we stand, divided no tall" confeiunce of about a dozen members- of the legislature was held outside of the city. Word of tho hold ing of the conference reached tho hotels when members began to return f"om Sunday lslts at home. Its ob Ject was repoi ted to be ti e framing of plans for mutual defense against the bribery chaiges made and to bo made as the lcsult of tun grand juiy probe, which was resumed this morn ing. Some membeis lef...

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. — 9 May 1911

--np INUMtTWO THE DEMOCRATIC BAHNIft TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1011. I m A S3 if mm Sfiyle For Keeping A Place For Sale Of Liquor nineteen Pints Of Whisky Found By The Officers M Stoyle Is Locked Up In The County Jail Adrian1 Stoylo was arrcatod at his liomo on East Water street Friday venlng on a chargo of keeping a jilaco for tho unlawful sale of Intox icating liquors. For tho past sovoral d&yo Uio alleged resort, which has toon run by Stoylo, has been under the aurvelllanco of tho polico and at about 10:30 o'clock Friday night, Chlof it Polico Clemonts, Lloutonant McKl Toy and Officers Hough and Alsdorf xnado a raid on the placo and found a quantity of liquor. Stoylo was takon into custody and was locked up in, tho county Jail to await his hearing which was sot, by Mayor Mltcholl, for Monday morning ut 9 o'clock. When tho officers ontorod tho room, -whoro tho "booze" is thought to have boon sold, a search was made for 'whisky or any other kind of liquor. Tho soarch resulted In tho find...

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. — 9 May 1911

TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1011.' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THHK ?.r. s Hill J 1 1 Hill I To Be Turned On All Legis lative Transactions There Will Be No Screen For The Guilty Ones Gov. Harmon And The Honest Bemocratic Legislators To Purge The State .House Of The Dirty Grafters And Break Up The Practice That Existed For Years Columbus, O., May 6 Dovelopmonts In Columbus which followed tho hurl ing of bribery charges against mom hers of tho general assombly show th"atl6vernor Harmon and those as sociated with him in tho Democratic administration will not protect any one. A screen will not bo thrown up to hido tho guilty ones. Instead a powerful searchlight will be turned ontoall transactions tho past four months in the general assombly. There is no single act that could be performed that would bonoflt the whole stato so much, as the complete breaking up of tho vicious practlco of soliciting money for legislative action that has existed in tho general assom bly for many years. If Governor Har mo...

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. — 9 May 1911

TtiOTinyirflTiffTnffiiinirtiiiroirstfvvflfr:'WrTnffi SSHKWSflSH fAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1DH. 1 l q , I I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxaaLt-X',S7'oolsJ.'y 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate $1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post offices 33 second cloaa mail tnattor. (MUSICIANS MEET IN ATLANTA Atlanta, On., May 8 Tho Airi'crlcnn Federation of Musicians, ono ot tho moat prosperous and Influential labor organizations In America, began Its annual convention In this city today with a large attendance of delegates from nil over the United States and Canada. Tho sessions wllllastthrough tho entire week and will bo devoted to tho consideration ot numerous quos lions of lmportanco to the musicians from the business viewpoint. Tho competition of regular army bands with civilian organizations and moas urcB to further restrict tho Importa tion of foreign musical organizations and musicians aro among the matters to receive attontion. President Jo...

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. — 9 May 1911

TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER PAGE PIV r SMS Case To Be Carried To The Supreme Court Of Dliio Prosecutor Cromley Makes Application On Saturday Sensational Charges Made In A Divorce Suit 0G8.1B. Total $1,104.03. Deeds Filed 11, .1. Illngor to n 11. Moroland lfi aero In miliar, $950. Trl State Land Co. to 0. K, Hconoy lot In Vcrnonvlow, $125. Klmer .1. George to Cornelia Mo Nutt, lot In Kredcrlcktown, $1,175. Levi Slmffer to John 11. McNutt, lots In Krcdcrlcklown, $1,000. Grant 11. Smith to I!ordolla D. Wor toy, Iota In city, $1,800. DETAILS MANSLAUGHTER Filed In Common Pleas By Virtu S. Biggs i Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Of .The Visit To This City On The 25th Of May Of The Members Of .Pittsburg Chamber Of Commerce The cnao ot Charles Suttlos, con victed of rapo In tlio court of common picas and who wa's sentenced to the Ohio penitentiary for life, and whose case was reversed by the circuit court, will bo carried to the supremo court of Ohio by the st...

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. — 9 May 1911

,iSiiiiiiiW'WW"WWBIWJ 5 "Tnmrw" if -7TiiR'H";,,''1",iwf "''"' " t?gy?ffTspilt;j- milTf.llir-lJj.ftr.Ar .,fl-ff MWV7T f lMl.iyM AGp 8IX THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUE8DAY, MAY 9, .OtT- lmmmiiiuiNiwnminmmOTiKMwiwvwiPw tdfeiigafcisfiiiS -: 5 1 1 . ' II- It Br- i h t 1 ?t ' m m "LAZARUS, GOME FORTH!" a SOME N.0GKED" "With What Body Do They Gome?" Texas Viewed as a Cendery. Now York, Mny 7. Pastor Russell preached toduy at the Academy of Music to uu over flowing h ou ho. Crowds woro turn ed awny. Tho text was, "WHEN TUEY HEARD OK THE RESUR IIBOTION OF THE DEAD SOME MOCKED" (Acta xvll. 32.) Pastor Husscll made some prefatory remarks, explaining tliat al though ho had accepted the pastorate of the London Tabcinacla congregation, this 'should not ho understood to Imply that ho had any thought of leaving America permanently. Ho greatly ap preciates tho reverential spirit of the British, but this docs not signify greater love for tho land of his fathers than for the laud of his birth. IIo uc ccptc...

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. — 9 May 1911

0 TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1M1. THIS DEMOCRATIC JBANNJE pAqk scvro a 1 OFFICERS Elected Thursday Afternoon At The Convention Of Missionary Societies Of Tiie Zanesville Presbytery Which Was Held At The Local Presbyterian Church A Memorial Service Held Friday Morning Resolutions Adopted "By The Convention ' At Uio Thursday afternoon session of Uio,37tU annual meeting of the Woman's Foreign and Homo Mission ary Socloty of the Presbytery of Zanesville, in session at the Presby terian church, this city, Mrs. H. D. Taylor of Fredericktown, chairman of tho nominating committeo, made nor report and the following officers were alected: President Emeritus Mrs. H. G. O. Oary of Zanesvjllo. ' President Mrs. R. D. Plerson of Pataskala. Recording Secretary Miss Laura C. Smith of Adams Mills. Secretary of Homo Missions and Freedmon Mrs. Cora Kellonbarger of Newark. Foreign Secretary Miss Elizabeth Ayors of Zanesville. Socretary of Literature and Tem perance Mrs. Harriot Whiting of Coshocton. Young Peoples ...

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. — 9 May 1911

Eii1wiaawwiwwfwyM M tMHT TXE DZMOOSATI0 BJURflB TUESDAY, VfAY 0, 1011. w vw w '. FOREST FIRES RAGE IN EAST four States Swept By Disas trous Conflagrations. ONE MM IS FATALLY BURNED Farmers and Suburbanites In Vicinity of Blddeford, Me., Live In Terror as I Flames DsvaataU Five Square Miles of Woodland Ten Square Miles of Forest Destroyed near Providence, t R. I. Mascaohusetta and New Jer sey Also Vlsltsd. Blddeford, Me., May 8. More than V square miles of territory lifiB Veen burned over by a forest and crass fire In the outskirts of this city, and the flro 1b still raging un controlled. The suburbia dwellers In 4h Immediate vicinity and tie farm er! for miles around are living In torror. The only hope that many of them have of saving their homes Ilea in the fact that the wind has cone down and thnt 100 firefighters ro patrolling the boundaries of the lire district. Threo small buildings, Including the home of Elrnest B. McKcnney, "with everything in it, woro burned hortly after tho...

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. — 12 May 1911

11 txcwtwXit WMXtt. PRICE TWO 0ENT8 MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911 No. 38 ESTABLISHED 189t BSJ Vl V t i ). K NAVARRO GIVES UP HIS SWORD urrenders Juarez Hard Fight Irave Defender Of Mexican City Driven To Desperation Dy Fierce Onslaught Of lnsurrecfos And Treachery In Own Ranks, Hoists White Flag-Will Be Exchanged For Political Prisoner-Dead Are Buried And Wound ed Cared For El Paso. Tex., May 11. General Juan J. Navarro, defender of Juarez, surrendered the city to tho rebel army of Francisco I. Mailero, tho step being taken only after he had been deserted by his captains, two of his principal commanders killed or wounded, and he was haunted by the fear that his soldiers would go over to the Insurroctos It given a chanco to mingle with them. With 480 toldlers ho is held a pris oner by the lebelB. Navarro remain ed with his men to the last, and after many ofJiis ollicer,s,had quit and-the command had been shot to pieces, the old general retreated Into the bar racks on the south...

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. — 12 May 1911

-cJ,a.":.i:.i3UKp.7i, a'MtZ llliailHMINWiWlllllM.IMUlM 9AVETW0 THE DEMOCRATIC BAHlfl FRIDAY, MAY 12, 191 yjbjyf gjajj f C POLICE A! Mansfield Have Peculiar Case On Their Hands Man Locked Up Who Cannot Find His Wife (Mansfield News) The police department has n rather -peculiar cauo on hand today for In- TOBtigatlon. A stranger hns lost track of ills wife and he himself 1b locked J in the cltv Jail on suspicion. The sun's nnmo Id John Keeley nnd he la 25 years of ago according to his own ekX7, The officers say that Kooloy and his wife were In Mansfield April 22 and tho wife had a room In tho Southern hotel while her hushand Bleflt in the city prison. At that tlmo tho man got a job at the Luna, park &s eloctrlclan.'but ltf seems that the work was not ready to be done at Unit time and ho left the city. It has toon ascertained that ho next worked lor a man named Ax on a farm went of tine city and after being there some time ho threw up tho Job and started to walk to Polk. Ko says tha...

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. — 12 May 1911

mw-un FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQE THItir DSMSSEB Case Of Mcrriman Vs The County Commissioners Did Judge Wickliam In Com mon Pleas Court Commissioners Not Liable For Dangerous Condition Of Tiie Public Highway Is Opinion Of The Court ' m Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice In tho court of common plena ttyo case of Mcrriman vs. the Commission ers of Knox county was taken up on Tuesduy. Tho case was dismissed by Judge Wlckham, holding that tho county commissioners wero not liable for damages for personal Injuries sus tained by persons driving on tho pub lic highway wherein tho public high way Is alleged to be In u dangerous condition. Tho court held that tho commissioners wero responslbo for In juries sustained wherein bridges over streams along public highways wero defectivo and in a dangerous condi tion. o Brannlgan Not Located' Sheriff Parker stated Wednesday morning that he has ueen unable to locato Larry J. Brannlgan, against whom an indictment was r...

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. — 12 May 1911

KmJI aVBftffrtrett--- -wyViHwpiHpyy '-'AJ'l' '"', I" V-" lf!"5 ijT' ''"ffwiiKrTfrtTm '-ciSj-iTrviiy7ni"'" w, iT"iT,ijw(: Mi iiMMlMMMUMW Wiill lIM P HIP W P jmmfffr'mmrr" ,N WOI POUR ll i ii .milium i THE DKMQPRATIO BANOTSIt A FRIDAY, MAY 12, 191ft B: MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SoxraJL- W oolacJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rato J1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vemon, O., post office as second cIobb mall matter. To Get Biiiy Sunday Purify Mansfield To Noted Evanglist May Be Called To That City (Mansfield News) "Come over into Mansfield and help us," was the cry that went up from the meeting of the .Madison township Bundar school association held at Kant Mansfield Suuday after nonn. This cry wan generated In the round table discussion, "What Shall Wo Do to Got Ullly Sunday to Como to Mansfield?" J. F. Kramer stated -the question very carefully as If fool Injr tbo pulse of the people T ho torn jicraturo of the convention soon went up to tho danger nark In the discus ...

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. — 12 May 1911

FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911. PAflW WW Henley's Weekly Jewelry Talks TME BIMOORATiO BAIOIXX DETAILS Of The Automobile Accident At Shelby Tuesday Night Which Resulted In The Death Of Four Persons 15 NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE OWN GRS You'll And an elegant line of Auto robes, all wool, at Ilognrdus & Ca'. just tho thini; for tlieso cool evening drives Elected By The Daughters Of The American Revolution For Plaintiff In Case Of Film Co. Vs Blackburn In A Pennsylvania Mine Causes 5 Deaths When Train PiungedInto The Eagle River OFFICERS VERDICT EXPLOSION KILLED U jtfBnfnffBBy jt Sfr rift" "SSjMBB B. & 0. FassengserlTrain tolled Into The Auto Whon buying a watch, you will na turally solect tho style ot caso that meets your prefeicuces whether plain polished, englueil turned or en gravod or decorated. Tho decoration of the case, Us lines and proportions, are Important mat ters, of course. A -well chosen case attracts atten tion and reflocts credit on tho owner and his judgment. But It is especia...

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. — 12 May 1911

TMS DXMOcAtATIO 3AKWXX AGE SIX FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911, F 1 '. L k t ( V 'A- 'I I I REDEEMED Will Be Anti-Graft Pledge Made To People .ts. Democratic Administration Will Clean Out Legislature No One Under Suspicion Can Secure Immunity System Of Soliciting Urines Existed For Years But No Attempt Before Made To Weed It Out Columbus, O., May 9 One of tuo 'Pledges made by Democratic candl "dates for stato offices in the campaign last fall was that of driving grafters from public oulcca. The Republican 'candidates, following the g. o. p. ays tcm of smothering graft when mem bers of that party wero involved, side stepped that Ihsuo and mado light of tho charges of Irregularities by -Democrats against former Republican stato officers. Tho Democratic stato administra tion, including every ofllcor from Gov ernor Harmon down, has clearly shown, slnco detectives mado bribery charges against legislators, that it will redeem tho anti-graft pledges mado to tho people of Ohio. It is only necessary to...

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. — 12 May 1911

FRIDAY MAY 12, 1911. txm JWMGcawTia lAjrmx PA KVIN w V BOND Id Sum Of 510,000 Furnish ed By Lee On Monday Four Persons Signed Bond Of The Defendant Members Of Petit Jury Re port For Duty And Work Of The May Term Is Started Several Cases Reported Settled In Court M. T. Leo, Indicted by the grand ry Monday afternoon for manslaugh ter and administering poison to Ofaarlcs E. Metculf with a view of in juring him, appeared in common ploas court late in the afternoon and his bond was llxed at $10,000 by Judge Wickhani. Leo gavo bond at once the sureties, being John Lee, James A, Kelly, Joseph Kroft and Patrick Bran ilgau. The bond of Alfred wolfe and David Mackey, jointly indicted with Lei, was also llxed at $10,000 each. Thov iroro unable (o give bond. As noted in tho Baner Monday thu three men were indicted Jointly on two counts, the first administering poison to Chnrles E. Metcalf with u view of injuring him. This is under a special statute, tho penalty' being from 2 to 15 years in tho ...

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. — 12 May 1911

pr 7nV3VE?.NSrerBW rr""-- fflMym ypy ft"' Vf ' ,,( J Hil I I "" lH"WH V rKT TBX BSMOCEATIG BAJHfOt FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1oHf f,J.iffU.fiiwWytfclyM MISSISSIPPI ATHLETIC MEET Oulfport, Miss., May 11 The cream el itt'i college athletes of tho State, accompanied by large delegations of Students and other visitors, gathered "kere today at tho opening of tho an Kual track and Held meet of the Mis--slasippl Intorcolleglato Oratorical As sociation. Tho programmo for the xteet extender over two days and calls tor hurdlo races, long distance runs, toigh jumps, pole vaulting and other Sold and track events. Gold and sil ver medals will be preseuted to tho Victors. SHORT LOCALS Butter 20c, eggs 18c. Don't forget tho date of C. O. Brown's livery sale Saturday, May IS. Poultry netting 2c per yard and up ward, Woolson's Dop't. store. , Mr. Edward L. Parker went to Col aiaabuB Thursday morning on business. Mr. Charles Taylor spent Thursday In Bangs on business. Croquet sets 60c and upward, Wool eon's De...

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. — 16 May 1911

1' tw&tmlit (' UMitV H i PSIOl! TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1011 No. 39 ESTABLISHED 183 .. . m r 0" V. MEXICO REBEL Uprising Expected Made From Outside Figueroa's Plan Is To Capture Several Small JownsAnd Then Marshal Entire Force For Attack On Capital Of Hepublic-Amazon La Neri Idol Of 2,000 Well Armed Men Who Are Ready To Attach Cliilpanciip Upon Arrival Of Reinforcements Mexloo City. May 15. Now that the armistice between the govern ment and Figueroa, commanding the rebels In Guerrero, has been broken, there Is a strong probability of an attack upon Mexico City within two weeks if the rebel plans mater ialize, A correspondent who accom panied Francisco Figueroa, the rebel peace envoy and brother of the lead or, who left Mexico City carrying a government proposition which proved acceptable to the rebels, advised that an attack upon Iguala might be ex pected. Miranda,; leading 4,000 rebels, left Buena VlBta for Iguala, which is 15 miles distant. Ho expected that ...

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. — 16 May 1911

' ,4. .,.,- , ..miSSrwn ilflM n y nfr-vwr' 0 TXI DEMOCRATIC BAHHIM J AWKTWO TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1B1T J iaviHBiHMiiwaiaHm tv WILL NOT SPARE S GUILTY COLONS Senator Todd Disclaims Intent to Apply Whitewash. WANTS TO PROTECT INNOCENT Aft Chairman of Senate Probe Com mittee Franklin County Legislator Explains Objects of inquiry Will Co-operate 'WUh Grant! Jury and Will Not Granf Immunity to Those Who Testify as to Alleged Crooked Work by Lobbyists. Columbus, O., Mny 13.' The atti tude of the commltteo named by the enato to Jnes.tlgate charges of bribery against, members uC tho gon eral asseraDly with reference to the Inquiry now being conducted by Pros ecuting Attorney Turner and tho Franklin county grand jury, wan made clear in a statement issued by Chairman John K. Todd of Franklin county. After reviewing events which led up to tho appointing of the com mittee, its organisation, tho appoint stent of subcommittees and prepara tions for an exhaustive investigation into all charges and rumo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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