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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 2 June 1911

FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1011 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK PABK THH IP- A Ono of tho great mystorios 1b why thoro Bhould bo enough domand for bnnana soda water to Justify tho on torprlslng druggists in keeping that flavor. ' in i i - STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF BANKS AND BANKING NOTICE 'iO CniO.iTOUfl OF THE QAMUIKIl IJANICINO COMPANY OF OAMUIBK, OHIO Pursuant to tno provisions of Section 742-3 of tho Gonoml Codo of Olflo. notice Ib liorcby kIvbii to all persons who tuny liavo claims aK'tlntt Tho (inmhlor Bunk ing Compnny of Humbler. Ohio, to pro Bont tlio Enmo to tho undersigned, Hupcr Intcndcnt of Banks or tho Htnto of Ohio, nrnl make legal proof thereof, nt tho of llco of bucIi corporation dnniblcr, Ohio, on or beforo Auistnt 20, 1311. P, M, JJAXTDR. Superintendent of Hanks. fmm t wmw. w tmmttmm mmt HM.ii i ATTENTION! Breeders and Horsemen ARLO H.( 2:11 trotting bred stallion, and TOM ALBE, Belgium stallion, will bo nt Waddoll's livery barn Wednesday and Saturday Starting April 15 Como and see t...

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. — 2 June 1911

""W!WWW""(f - "H(W -nr- jjitTfTTyf-Tn-- WWut FOUR THE DBlVfOORATIO BANNEH FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 10ft " RJIV5f'"j'IW!'mW'FF(r ""W " I F KIOUN'I VEKNQIS, Uin FRANK HARPER, E.dttc .:! -"VS? OOlt i 6 MONUMEN7 SQUAFr Subscription Rate II Pi i Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O office np second class msli intt MEXICAN NAMES. Tn Way They Aro Pronoui'icod by Thosa to tho Manner Corn. Some of the words frequently used 3b (lie dispatches trutu Mexico nru pro sconced, iih nearly tin can bo Indicated fey hitters, mm follows: Agun Prletit lUlucklnli Wnlcr) "Ah Kwah I'roo-n-tnh." both ucccutcd on 'Vac scit to the lust syllable. CJudnd iCItyl I'ronounecd "Hwco flUb," accented on tlio last syllable. Juaren ,,Vhuli-rucc," accent od first syllable. nuachuca "Wah-coo-ka," accent on eond uyllnble. Ciilliualiua "Cho-wah-wah," ucccnt a second syllable. lUo Grande (Great Riven "Ilco-o rahn-de." both words accented on 'Slrst syllable. Guadalupo "Gwah-dah-loo-po," nc Kxntou next to last nyllnblc. Et Paso (Tho Crossing!...

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. — 2 June 1911

FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911 THIS DUM0OKATIO BANNEKt PA01 IMV " "" """' ' " " i nmm-m m" I'J-MTt. ? OVERRULED Motion In The Case Of State Of Ohio Vs. H. T. Lee Compelling The State ' To Elect On Which Count Of The Indictment The De fendant Should Be Tried Defendant Then Files Another Motion In The Case Other Items Of Interest From The Court House In tho caso of tlio state of Ohio vs. Michael T. Lee, in which tho defend ant was Indicted on two counts one of administering poison with tho view of Injuring Charles B. Metcalf and tho othor manslaughter Judge Wickham in the court of common pleas Thursday morning overruled the motion filed by William M. Koons .fc Sons, attorneys for tho defendant, In which they asked tho stato to 'elect on which count In tho indictment the defendant should bo tried. Immediately after the overruling of this motion, the attorneys lor the do fondant, filed a motion with Clerk of Courts Bermont, requiring Prosocut ing Attorney Cromloy to file with tho clerk of courts ...

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. — 2 June 1911

pge six Til DEMOCRATIC BAWNJSE FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 19l1 IV II if II S?.i .. SVy tfiftr B' FREE WOOL t CRY OF BRYAN Kefiraskan Reads Riot Act to Certain Democrats, URGES THEM TO STAND PAT Urcach In Ranks of House Widened by Circulation of Advance Proofs of Editorial to Appear In Commonor. -Underwood Takes Positive Stand Aflalnst Outside Interference Says Outgivings Are Misleading and Points to Author's Vote. ' Washington, May 31. As tho result of W. J. Dryan'B ontranco Into tho sUfnlrs of tho majority In tho house, tho outlook for a break In tho TDomocratle ranks Is moro norl- oua now than at any other time slnco congroefl mot tn special session. The bill revising tho wool ' -schedule) of tho tariff law, which has '3ecn prepared by tho commlttoo on -a-nye and means, Is tho cause of tho -trouble. Mr. Bryan demands frco raw wool and has written a, Hcorchlng editorial article for tho Commoner, condemn ing; as protectionist)) tho ltt)omocrnta "arlio fall to fall in with his Ideas on tariff r...

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. — 2 June 1911

(FS TftTy i -TTg VYVrill -V tl) C& K FWDAV, JUtHB .TfV TMM DXMOORATIO flAKl! PAK TTift auburbnnlte will hnve lit Aar Soon II will coma to pan IIo'll nolther have to nhovM trwrr Hot mow tho bloomln graft. '-Chlcaco Nt New York's $10,000,000 Library To House Four Million Books "Won't you Join tho national cax pnlstn to bontulfy our cities?" "rrn dec'i lulu It already. My wlf baa painted ti spray of flowers o enc ash liarrel." riillndelphln liulletla. .fei... ? The Retired Statesman.' TIs hard when ono for whom hurmti Ifnvo echotl through the notions MuM nit nnd furnish the npplnuro For other inrni'K orations. "" ' II ! I ' !,. DEATH VICTOR TAFT REPLIES Til QhWVriT N LONG RACE 'l tZZ!? IJII I Mz I 1U liUUULILLl k fr fcv y One Killed, Several Indianapolis Day Replete With Accidents Harroun Captures First Place ' In 000-Mile Race, Covering Distance In 6 Hours 41 Minutes And 8 Seconds-Crowd Of 100,000 Grows Hysterical As Tires Burst, Autos Collide Anp Drivers Are Spilled Over Speedway...

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. — 2 June 1911

HLV" PpF? 1JMIIMHT 2SES3E IU DEMOCRATIC BUXII FRIDAY, JUNK It, 1t1 r3$rivzi"-'n vSM-r--- '-' y-f--- i-"7'- M r JAMES J. HILL tHtoutiei Monster Mortgage en Great Northern Road RAILROAD MAGNATE HILL IS TO RETIRE Assigns Reason For $600,000, 000 Bond Issue. St. Paul, Minn.. Juno 1. OUlclal announcement was made from tli general offices of the Great Northern railway of the Issue of $000,000,000 in bonds, covering ono of tho biggest financial deals that has over boon made In tho west. The blggost pro portion of tho lssuo will take enro of old bonds which have boon Issued by tho company from year, to yoar to cover extensions and Improvement, but tho othor big sllco makes pro vision for tho taking over of the Bur llngton railroad. Tho issue of bonds moans tho tak ing up of $3:10,000,000 of gold bonds of tho 0 rent Northern, Including ?2L 40U.000 In the bonds of the Burling ton, for which tho Groat Northern la responsible. It is believed that by the Isruo tho Great Northern Is to take over ...

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. — 6 June 1911

a TV tmmt mttuetr A PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUEA"2 JUNE 6, 1911 No 45 ESTABLISHED 183 Site ' if i u r HURRICANE HITS NORTHERN OHIO Dark Cloud Bears Norwalk One Is Killed By Lightning Several Oiiiers Severely Shocked When Grandstand Blows Over AndJTIiey Are Compelled To Seek Shelter From Tempestuous ElementsN Under Nearby Tree-Houses Unroofed And Trees Uprooted-Church Near Fremont Hit Norwalk, O., Juno 5. Lightning Wiled ono man and Injured three others, small buildings were blown from their foundations, many large trees were uprooted and blown down, together with telophone and tolo graph poles all over the city, In a storm that swept this city for about nn hour. The storm camo up from the north west, and within a few minutes the sky waB black. Rain, which resem bled a cloudburst, was accompanied by hail and - wind of, almost hurri cane proportions. The clouds wore so low that they' appeared to touch the tops of tho tallest trees when the storm broke. AM'ballv6(iiveVas",sched...

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. — 6 June 1911

-VTTf 1 l-r&"1 -'$ " wni)fir,p'w;'"1' w wr NK FOUH THE DEMOCRATIC BAK1TXE TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1011. 5S ' s l If i-A. i !" to 10 HONOR The Naming Of America With A Ceiebration Paris, Juno 2 Nearly nil the lead ers of tho American colony In Paris, including Ambassador Bacon and Con-aul-Genoral Mason, arc going down to tho llttlo city of St. Die, in the Vos tes, to tako part in the celebration of tho 400th anniversary of tho pub ltcatlon of tho "Cosmogtaphlao Intro ducio," in which the postern conti nent was first termed America. The celebration, which is to tako tho form of a Frnnco-Amorlcan lovo feast, Is to open tomorrow and continue ovor Sunday and Monday. Tho program will Includo a military revlow, a his torical pageant, and tho installation of a tablet on tho houso whero tho name America was first written. Tho corner stono also Is to bo laid of an obelisk, to be known as America's Tower, on tho peak of Mount Or ttont, in tho Vosgos forest. Elected By Pythian Sisters Friday Night...

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. — 6 June 1911

1BL1. ." TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1911. TMS JDKM00KAT10 JBAHN1G PAQK THRr F - w SETTLEMENTS For Hearing In Probate Court of Knox County, Ohio, via: NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account haB boon Mod lor settlement and will bo hoard on Tuesday, .Tuno 13, i9ll, at 0 a. m.: First partial account of Lulu F. and kvaoB Huffman, executors of nhoum Ina L. Weelts. PATRICK A BEIUIY,' Probate Judgo. t . T NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has boon fllod for settlement and will bo heard on Tuesday, Juno 13, 1911, at 9 a. m.: First partial account of John and D. 0. Baxter, executors of Mary L. VanNostrand. PATRICK A BERRY, Probato Judgo. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has boon fllod for settlement nnd will bo hoard on Tuesday, Juno 13, 1911, at 9 a. m.: First and final account of Ardolla F. Daulols, administratrix of J. E. Daniels. PATRICK A BERRY, Probato Judgo. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has been Died for settlement and will bo heard on Tuesday, Juno 13, 1...

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. — 6 June 1911

iPwfwr 1 , X -C ' ".'i'i ff)yTi paae FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER . TUESDAY, JUNE G, 1011. . v Vfi Banner HOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor toxxxl - T77"o olacJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Iiato 11.60 por year. Entered at tbo Mt. Vernon, 0 post ufflce as second class mall matter. BURNT $5, 000 5SR Governor Succeeded In Getting Good Laws For People. UTILITY BILL MOST IMPORTANT Lieutenant Governor Nichols Declares Harmon's Achievements Entitle Him to Credit For Work Accomplished. TEACHERS Of Ohio To Assemble Cedar Point At For Annual Meeting-Good Program Arranged In Property Value To Get $944 Policy (Newark American Tr(buno) Some surprise was occasioned to day when Constablo Uoas returned trom Jersey with T. A, Dlckorsou a prisoner. Tho arrest Is quite a sensational 'one. It will bo remembered that on tho night of February 24 laat, Jorsoy wnn visited by a disastrous flro: that -tho flro originated inluc store of T. A. Dlckcrson, tho local merchant. Tho entire stock of goods, ...

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. — 6 June 1911

C3 K TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1911. THJB DEMOOEATIO BANKER s. r sP T K START Is Made In The Trial Of Lcc Continuance Of The Again Denied Case Demurrer To Indictment Is Promptly Overruled And Task Of Selecting Jury Is Commenced Several Jurors Excused And Special Venires Issued. There woro but few spectators in common pleas court room Monday morning when the case of Ohio vs. Michael T. Leo was called, the do fendant being indicted on two counts first, administering poison to ono Charles 13. Motcalf with a view of in juring him; and, second, manslaugh ter. Court convened at 9:07 o'clock with Judge Wlckham of Delaware on the bench. Tho defendant camo into court and took his seat beside his attorneys, Wil liam M. Koons and sons, acd Walght & Moore. The state was represented by Prose cutor Cromley and h. G. Stlllwell, a former prosecuting attorney of Knox county. The case was called and tho attor neys for tho state announced they were ready. The jury was seated. At this point Mr. Moore renewe...

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. — 6 June 1911

W w rW'4 W'tyijfVTwT r (-(flnrtfj,- VW"" VtT (rr "Vvt rvjYf- "(f VlJn?' six TKH DEMOCRATIC BANNI TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1911. ft ft K. &fo IfO PENTECOSTAL BLESSINGS r SAYS PASTOR RUSSELL ttw Later Pentecost Will Be fop the "World in General It Will Como "'Owounli Mesilah's, Kingdom Operat ')fig Through Israel Restored to Dl Vin Favor It Will Be Earth's Jubl l of a Thousand Yonrs of Blessed Uplifting and Restitution to All tho Willing and Obedient of Adam's Ro deemed Race The First Pentecost 'thought Blessings Merely to the lCKurch and Has Nearly Comploted ty Intended Work. Brooklyn, N. Y., Juno 4. Pnstor Russell continues to drnw tho lar gest audiences of nny preacher In tho world to bis oral addresses, be sides tho millions who weekly rend tho printed reports of his discourses la the newspapers of tho English Speaking world. Today's audlcnco at lh Brooklyn Academy of Music Was estimated at twenty-six hundred. Of XkrsK about two hundred, all men, Were a tho platform behind tho speaker...

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. — 6 June 1911

rTI 1 i 'i i TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1911. THU DEMOCRATIC BAIOOBK PAGE 9EVBH 1 r V ASKS For A Continuance Of His Triai Does 11. T. Lee in An Affidavit Filed In Common Pleas Additional Attorneys Retain ed in The Case Suitjiled To Set Aside The Black Will Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice A motion has been filed In the court of common pleas by tho defendant In the case of Ohio vs. Michael T. Leo in which tho defendant by his affidavit asks for a contlnuanco of his case in which ho is charged with administer ing poison with a vlow of injuring Charles ,E.- Metcalf and manslaughter. Leo's case is assigned to come up in the court of common picas next Mon day morning. Tho defendant in his motion states that his attorneys havo' been unablo to preparo his defense for the reason that tho prosecuting at torney has failed to file tho papers In the coroner's inquest In tho Charles E. Metcalf case and for other reasons. Retains Additional Attorneys In tho case of Ohio vs. Michael T. Lee, th...

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. — 6 June 1911

A ItMMC CIQKT VMM DIMOOftATXO BAlfMBX TUESDAY, JUNE 6,1911. DEATH PUTS END TO NIGHT OF CAROUSAL Tmhe Girl Killed When RgcMbss Moist Hits Polo. Worcester, Mass., Juno 5. Knth ryn Ryan, 19, was killed, and nor liter Margaret will dlo ns a result of Injuries received at the sunrise end t an all-nlRbt Joy rldo. John F. Qvarn, ownc. of the auto, ran It Into a telephone polo noar Lako Qulnslga Siond. In tho car besides the Ryan Maters and tho owner, who Is married Bd has several children, was a Mrs. William It. Housslan, Frank M. Win chester and C. J. Drccn ot Detroit. UU1 ot these were thrown to tho jpround and received slight Injuries, tfhoy refused medical aid from tho Worcester police surgeons who were tailed to tho scone. The party visited several of tho nearby towns and then drovo to Shrewsbury, whero thoy stacd at Iho Froshinns club until shortly bo foro daylight, eating nnd drinking. Upon leaving the club Qvarn, tho owner of the car, missed the road to the city and, bcllovlng ho w...

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 June 1911

o jemjofjtttijt mtn? PBXOK TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911 No. 46 ESTABLISHED 1SH 9 V r 4 S u- i Sixty-Three Dead Mexico Loss Placed At $50,000,000 Earth Trembles And Build ings Fall Short Time Before Francisco 1, Modern Makes Triumphal Entry Into Capital Of Republic Whose Ruler He Forced Into Exile-Aristocrats Conspicuous By Absence From Demonstration Mexico City, June 8. The net re Bults of an earthquake, wnlch rent tbo capital and Injected a note of tragedy into what was otherwise a day of puro rejoicing because of Ma dero's arrival in the city Is OS dead, 75 injured and property loss estimat ed at $50,000,000 gold. When the work of searching the ruins has been com pleted it is possible that the list of dead will la lengthened somewhat, as hiding lure and there throughout1 the city there doubtless are many wounded' V3oVvltlii traditional fear of the authorities and government hospitals, nro anxious to evade dis covery. The rroperty loss is but an estimate and is ba...

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 June 1911

-. tvwJQ.W7ZZm -"f-1 ssEEasaafflBra L!!lilLHi3 ft TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1011. IV I." ('JUJMjV' ' "'-- fe ir.v IT1G INTO FACTS IN THE LEE CASE Jury Was Completed Early On Tuesday Morning PROSECUTOR MAKES Charges Conspiracy Of Lee, Wolfe And Mackey On Metcalf SAYS POISON WAslilSIERED Defense Denies Or Responsible For Death INTRODUCTION OF EVIDENCE BEGUN Mackey And Wolfe Turn State's Evi dence And Tel! Of Doping Of Metcalf A1 The Livery Barn 9 ( THE JURY W. W. Cole, Berlin tp.; W. S. Sperry, Mt. Vernon; F. M. Al- leu, Mt. Vernon; Howard Stlne- mates, Pleasant tp.; Silas Lybar- " ger, Harrison tp,; Charles John- son, Monroe tp.; Samuel Riley, Mt. VernonJ Charles Church Mt. Vernon; Charles C. Dowels, Mt. Vernon; Austin Carpenter, Wayne tp.; Jacob Fendrlck, Union tp.; R. L. Jones, Morgan tp. Tuesday, tho second day of tlio' trlul ot Michael T. Loo Haw hut a fow spec tators In tho common pluas court room at tho opening. On Monday afternoon tho ntttiruoys Tor the dofonda...

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 June 1911

" FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. TEX DEMOCRATIC BAHM PAQE THBW V Saw Motcalf at tho bam nlout 8:00 o'clock. Saw lilm como to tlio bam in company with Leo and Mackoy. Gamo from Ward llvory barn. Saw men tako a drink of whisky. Durkoy, Lee, llutlor witness and others took drink out of a bottle. Loo furnished tho lluuor. Took bottlo from his pock et. This occurred In tho barn-door. Motcnlf still romalnod nt tho barn, Saw Fowler go In tho office, nlso Mot calf. This was short tlmo after tool' a drink. Saw Motcalf take a drink or two boforo Motcalf wont Into tho of fice. All present took two drinkB. All drnnk out of tho samo bottlo until It was gone. Hutlor had a bottlo; also Leo. Saw Loo tako but one bottlo out of his pocket. Butler had a pint bot tle and all drank out of this bottlo Including Motcalf, Motcalf wont In office about 20 minutes after ho reached tho barn. Stood up In tho of fice all tho time. Witness said Leo took bottlo out of his pocket a pint bottle, supposed to bo whisky. Bottlo...

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 June 1911

'iWf' ' y i jfwtj - ?rf"'F 'oJP'l'TiSliTi! AT -n" -n Vr ""tr Trj.!''''TT'5n1 5?T7' 0 fK POUR THI DEMOCRATIC BANHfMl FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. ttOUNT VERNON, OHIO t -(fur vi? w fT p ? &I Vt V tm ru. FRANK HARPER, Editor WoS3aJL-""Crool3Ll3r 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Hate 11.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0 post office as second class mall mattor. COURT HOUSE NOTES Marriage License Frank T. Huclianan, laborer, Monroe count, Ohio, and Itulli Martha Jonos, ielonhono onerator. Mt. Vernon, llov. J. T. Dlnck. David F. Robinson, farmer, West Carlisle, Coshocton count', and Itosa Blancho Allon, Jackson township. Itov. F. ID. JJrlnlnstool. o Deeds Filed Annie Cushlng to AUIe E. Lewis, iota in city, 1. Lawrence Upford to Anna Welder, parcel In Mt. Vernon, ?300. Samuel J. Black to Leo Butler, lot In City, $50. . TTArTW ATT NotlilAtf better for the bow than bread Trom Gold Medal Tour. nanacc. m ' jNews Richarcu-Huffman Weddlns Mr. Charles II. Hichards and Miss Nolllo Huffman were m...

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 June 1911

FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. TK1 PEMOOKATIO JAyMK pa iw i r :" y X A 1 I mil MADE Of Responsibility For The Death 0! Metcali DID 11 M ETHER 1 WHISKY And Furnished No Bottle From Which Metcalf Drank Defendant Said Be Assisted At Barn Knew Nothing Of Metcalf Going. Away Until Mackey Arranged To Get A Rig Didn't Ask Metcalf To Leave Ilia City Said Metcalf Had Whisky Bottle And Treated Denies , Adverse Statements Of State's Witnesses WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Harvey Rowley Examined by Prosecutor Cromley. Detective of Service Co. of Cleveland for three and a half y.ears. Called-, to investigate the Metcalf case on March 23. Registered at local hotel. Called on prosecutor In the morning. Secured a position at the Cooper plant Wlt ncsB arrested and placed in jail at 2 In the afternoon and at 6 In tho even ing was put in coll "with Mackey. Stayed in cell until next afternoon. Had conversation with Mackey in jail all night long. Court would not per mit conversation witness had with Mackey in the county J...

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 June 1911

EBHSS1BbK53SB5?5!R59HSS3I tiff- rV5 itt ft R"pr jnryr'f'ty ip'TW'-'rT $ vijl "lW$'fJ"' ll'"!,Jw-l'u''1'"!?? nr "WWW1 1'1! "its yjr o tACfe HlX T3KE DEMOCRATIC BANNMl FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911. THREATENED Ii Place A liope Around Her Neck ted Throw Her In Cistern, Wife Charges la Suit For Divorce From Clias, A. Oliver Carriage License Law To Be Strictly Enforced Two Accounts And Inventory Filed In Probate A suit for dlvoreo ban been com mnenbed in the com ( of common pleas I Knox county by Kdsle Ollvei vs Clmrloa A. Oliver. Tlie parties wore married September 281800, ami lluoe children were lipru to thorn The plaintiff States that in (rVjbiuary, 1911, the ileti mtant vM guilty of extiotne cmolt nat be IhiuaUliiGd to pi ice a ropo alu her noclr ana tbiow h t In the cffi n If hIio KholJtd (llBOloH) his cruel tii 'merit.. Tha.YnalittllT Htatua that aho ii -cauid foarjiul tor Iter life and lefi ill' dofqudaiit and lias been living on i ue cliaiify of friend and hor own "'i-toim. Tho allegation...

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