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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 20 June 1911

- iTfurrTp" v TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911. THE DXMOORATIC BANNER PA8E TtWIWii U w- 1 l REUNION Of The High School- Alumni Association Closes The Festivitcs Of Commencement Week An Excellent Program Given in The Auditorium . Followed By The Banquet And The Toasts President-Elect Critchfield Names Committees r A most enjoyablo event of com mencement week in the Mt. Vernon public schools was tho twenty-eighth annual reunion and banquet of tho High School Alumni Association which took place Friday evening In tho auditorium and In Alumni Hall, tho third floor of the Contral building. While tho attendance this year was not so large jib last, yet tho program was very interesting and the event was vone of pleasure to all in attend ance. . As the members of tho association and the guests assombled In the High school auditorium a concert program was rendered by the alumni orches tra, with Mr. Curlls Meltzer, '09 as leader. Tho auditorium was decorated in purple and whltej the colors of tho class o...

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. — 20 June 1911

!Ft' iM (iijithrpp mw 1f-prr ' f " fprit S Foun THE DEMOCRATIC BAKKEK TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911. fi fr h K OUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ,ftoxKLi.-T7Vo oJacl'y S MONUMENT SQUARE WW.Hll..- .- I " '" Satwcrlption Rate 1.E0 por yoar. Kntered at the Mt. Veraon, O., post eco as second class mall matter. POUNDS And Not Bushels After The First Of July rORY How Webb Broke Into Fast Baseball ABRAHAM GONZALES Mexican Governor Who Hoada Antl-AMen War. When to now stole law regarding "weights and measures goealnto effect July l tho local grtcors toll sell prnc tlcnlly ovorythtng Hr -weight, tho only things oxccptod firing berries, broad and oggs. Everything else sold In a grocery will ho sold by the pound. Potatoes, onions, apples and othor vegetables and trulls which hereto fore have been sold ly the rucaauro 'will bo weighed out on tho scales and tho scaloB will have lo come up to tho Btandard' required by Law. To so that these scales glvo correct weight will bo the work of the scaler o...

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. — 20 June 1911

grywBW "fT TiPWl"'W " v. fl, fi ' TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1111. TBM B1M0C1UITI0 BAKHXlt fAWR WWW" IdMbARfe n. IV POSTOFFICE Does An Immense Business , In Month Of May . AH Mail Counted And Weighed At Local Oifice Over 200,000 Letters Were Received And Sent Out The Clerks On Duty Had A Very Busy Time liic Figures Showing All The Mail Handled During the month of May, the clerks at tho Mt. Vernon postofilco were very busy In weighing and counting all the mall at this office, both the Incoming mall ana the outgoing mail. The fig ures have just been tabulated and are as follows: Incoming Mail Flrtt class, number, 120,434; aver ago number handled per minute, 71,49; averago number handlings, 7, Second class, number 41,585; aver ago number handled per minute, 52. 37; avorage number handlings, 5. Magazines, number 7902; average number handled per minute, 50.13; av erage number handlings, 5. Trans stamps affixed lc for v4 oz., 1078; average number handled, 51.33; average number handlings, G. Local d...

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. — 20 June 1911

1-4- lH' ' Wl"l 3SS SHCBP ' ' 'in ii j mi i ti; yEfjJ ...,.,!),,(. i.rt.,, -l ii.mii. .n i imij.i.irnji i "" i. iumuipjsastsr r i m "wte- aaeKmsy,.vsiumm"i : .-j '?"' ' TTTH7w r ywwrf w U"F ,; sfX THE DEMOCRATIC BANKE TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1311. rt . w j-i fir? I "'"irw frV '' . ' i E" i a! I vs .' I 'ftt MI fl -! if" t .' FALSE CONCEPTS OF DIVINE W8SD0M $oe Suggestions Worthy of ' Consideration, , THE ALMIGHTY SLANDERED, Castor Russell Declares That Millions of Christians Unwittingly Profano the Creator In Misrepresenting What His Holy Namo Represent Blas phemy Common In Every Crosd. Denver, Juno 18, Pastor ItllHSOll gave two public addresses hero to day, one of which wo report Mnny of Denver's promi nent religious peo ple were consplcu ouh In (lie large audience. Profomd Impressions were Undoubtedly .made. Speaking from the text, "Holy. holy, holy Lord Ood Al mighty, the whole earth ahnll ho filled with Thy glory" (ltevelallon iv, 8), the speaker said: 8bakcspcarc tells pf nome "damne...

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. — 20 June 1911

x ftttagtetftwiw FUE8DAY, JUNE , 1?1f. TKX DEMOCRATIC BAHKI PAK -rv Hi -vJ'"fc1 . r K k FAMOUS Hotel Closes Its Doors- In Cincinnati Cincinnati, 0 Juno 1G The St. Nicholas Hotel, whoBo walls liavo shel tered princes nnd presidents for a bait century, and whoBo exquisite cui Blno has been its pride, closed its doors today. Presidents Taft, Roose velts, McKinley and other chief race utives have been entertained in the hotel. This -morning the auctioneers walk ed through the parlor suite anil put tags on all the furniture. One of the nrt treasures in the hotel, and to be auctioned, is thojarge pictnro of Paul ino Bonaparte, painted by Dovougef Just a hundred years ago. It was formerly owned by King Joseph Bona parte, of Naples and Spajn, and later by Nicholas Longworth. 4.J CONTRACT Is Awarded For Paving Of Two Alleys The iirm cf Wilson and Harper was the successful bidder for the con tract for the paving of Plum and Blackberry alleys. The bids were re ceived on Thursday afternoon, fou...

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. — 20 June 1911

wml ,i.m mtayssm. MMMfftaMMMMlAM MJMstrj-JJ-Jjjjj-jj 'iiwti WW fspfyit vnfyfDT' TMJE DEMOCRATIC BAHKI TUE8DAV, JUNE 20, MU MME EIBHT i to , iiji DINED lith Messenger Boy When best Failed To Arrive Atlantic City, N. J., June 10 Be caase hor host at dinner missed his train In New York today, Miss Bessie McCoy, an actress, rehearsing hero with Zlegfleld'u "follies ot 1011," last sight Btartled tho guests at tho fash tenable Marlborough Blenheim Hotel ly ringing for a uniformed messenger fcoy to act as her escort for dinner. Tho call brought Tommy Sharon, a Ted-haired youngster of fourteen, who onjoyed his dinner Immensely. "Ho was moro entertaining than lots of men who havo taken mo to dinner," said Mies McCoy. She re .fused to dlscloso the name of the miss ing dinner guest. . Shortcake On Record Baked At Massillon Massillon, O., June 10 Four him- -deed and forty-ono square feet of Mrawborry shortcake furnished a co lossal picco de resistance at the Sun day dinner for Inmates of tho Ma...

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. — 23 June 1911

W" ,-' lemjoMtit tut? PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911 No. 50 ESTABLISHED 183i, tb w The Scenes Surpassed Any Previous Coronation King mm V, Is irovnoil Today. SCENE IS IMPRESSIVE lakes Place In Historic West minster Abbey, LONDON'S STREETS THRONGED Thousands Stand For (lours to Obtain Vantage Point From Which to View Royal Pageant. fe Haiiimond Is Attired In Stunning Costume. London, June 22. Amid scenes that (Surpassed any that have marked previous coronations, King George V was crowned today, tbc official program being strictly followed. In anticipation of the day';: event 'large crowds v. ere early in the streets, along the Strand and uround West minster abbey. Many remained np all Pboto byAniHrloan Press Association. CORONATION CHAIR. Occupied by King George V During Ceremonies at Abbey, night In the liopo of getting a good vantage point from which to see the regal procession Fcstoona, flags and streamers were everywhere, and the coronation route was lavish...

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. — 23 June 1911

i!?lr -"trf T?&tfipiw T ' -Twyw ,1 TTyrftyw y wtTiy.!?; I THE DEMOCRATIC BANWEE FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911. S4MKETW0 I I t . FREDERICKTOWN 4. j. 4. .j. .j. $ .J. 4. ! Two weeks ago tho Christian church t "Waterford observed Children's Day -ad at that time took a collection for -(foreign missions and this week sent $K.OO as a result ot that effort Prof. W. P. Alglre, former superin teadent of tho Fredorlcktown public schools, has accepted a call to tho po sition as superintendent of the Cen texburg public schools. He was lo cated here for eight years and the "past nine years has been superintend ent of tho IJellvIlle schools. Ccnter koxg is to be congratulated In secur ing tho sorvices of a man bo well fitted Yor tho work. Prof. Alglre Is a gradu ate of Valparaiso Ind.) University, also has had extensive work in Ohio Slato University and holds a life High school certificate Frederlcktown was honored vith a visit from Senator Clapp last Friday uvcnlng being the guest of Itov. and Mru. ...

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. — 23 June 1911

''7iJS'IfV; FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911 TOT DIMOORATIO BAHHEJfc PAOC TMKW tr,t lr.-"Vf; N v j v M k ATTITUDE Of Conyressman Sharp On Wool Tariif ' Set Forth In His Speed) In The House Endeavored To Reduce Duty i To 30 Per Cent instead Of 20 Per Cent. Pro vided In Bill But Finally Decided To Vote , For The Measure The Washington correspondent of tho Cincinnati Enquirer, In his report ot the action of tho house ot congress on tho wool tariff bill, in Wednesday's issue of that paper, has tho following to say regarding tho attituue of Hon. William G. Sharp of this district and tho speech mado by him in tho house on tho subject'. Representative Sharp, of the Four teenth District, who also opposed tho measure in tho caucus, finally decid ed to cast his lot with v his party and voted for tho measure. All of tho other Ohio Democrats wore recorded in favor ot tho measure. General Sherwood, of Toledo, was absent, but paired in favor of tho measure. Tho flvo Republicans irom Ohio voted against the p...

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. — 23 June 1911

"i mi iuhmmmm "rPrTW'1rlHi H .IV fMmMM TV 5i "l.l"W"i,1lW,lfl vn '' ' ' ' '"WTWW tM f ; J"i' 'j'--'-tWwTiil ',Bpii()w,Tr rWJwmrt V iV',W"lit''nT.yrrpTmA t"ffnn T.ii'Mm.rtmg-rwfwtAigTtwf .wrf"i r4 m Tyry t ' 'c i Vvwiwyiyy J ' .!. - . 7. i '. .if - - V . - TT. - . .... - .-. l )...!. ,. , . i i E rp TPWWPSF iTR-s'W1 TT I AE TOUR THE, DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1D1f. i V MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor St oxa3L-",OV o o Isily 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ' Subscription Rate J1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornou, 0., post offlco as second class mall matter. ASSAULTED Was The Marshal Of Sunbury By A Man (Dolawaro Journal Horald) Refusing to havo oulsldo parties in torforo In their domonlo dfllcullos, Charles Preston, &I3 wife and son, Al, aged 20, nro said to havo turnod on Marshal Joseph Wcbslor when he went to thcU' homo In Sunbury Tuos day evening, and admlnlstorod a sound beating. Fivo hells had just sounded whon tho marshal received n call to sotllo a difficulty at tho...

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. — 23 June 1911

It miDAY, JUNE 23, 1911 THE DEMOCRATIC BANK JS V V CONDEMNED Is Judge WicHliam For Suspending Sentence -He Had Imposed Upon Michael T. Lee In Resolutions Prepared By A Committee Appointed At Meeting Held Wednesday Niglit Resolutions Ask Sending Here Of Another JuBge To Hold "Sessions Of The Common Pleas Court Fifty Copies To Be Circulat ed For Signatures And Are Then To Be Sent To Judge WicKiiam A meeting of citizens of Mt, Vernon, some fifteen in number, was held 'at the city council chamber Wednesday evening, the prompting of the meet ing being the recent action of Judge Wlckham In suspending the sentence in The case against Michael T. f.ee, The meeting was presided over by Mr. Edward Dever. It "was the sense of the meeting that a committee on resolutions be appointed, this committee to make a report at an adjourned meeting to bo held at the oillce of Stream & Itlmer on Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Chairman Deyor appointed as the committee on resolutions Rev, E. D, Barnett...

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. — 23 June 1911

1?!$? AGfc SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANW1K FRIDAY, JUNE, 23, 1911. - rwri m tJ ,1 u ir If. Hi m WISDOM m The Veto Power Has Been Demonstrated By The Use Made Of It By Gov. Harmon Who Has Safeguarded The People Of Ohio Against ill Considered And Vicious Legislation Review Of Harmon's Use Of The Veto Power Columbus, O.. Juue 20GovcrnorJ "Harmon lias domonBtrated that tlto electors acted Intelligently when thoy adopted a constitutional amendment giving their governor Iho veto power. Nover boforo ban an Ohio executive wloldod tho voto more vigorously and exercised bettor Judgment In the uao or It than Governdr Harmon, Of the 284 bills passed by Uila year's Democratic legislature, Uo vetoed 29 and partially vetoed 8, Last year Govornor Harmon vetoed 14 and par tially votood 2. Tho Cleveland Plain Dealor In a recent editorial lit speak ing of tho governor's velo said: Ohio" has waited more llian 7 years for a comploto and Indubitable proof that alio acted wisely in indorsing the con stitutional...

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. — 23 June 1911

k FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911 USE DXMOOBATIO JBAKMjW pam stvam .r k K LACKNG Was The Evidence Against Frank Woolard Charged Willi Complicity in Newark Lynching And Judge Ordered Him Re leased On Bond Commissioners Extend Time For Faying Taxes Bids For The Bartiett Bridge Opened On Monday (Newark Advocate) "Continued Until September term of court nt the application of the state; defendant discharged upon the giving bond of $2,000; at any time the state may nollo the Indictment against Woolard, it would hardly bo Just to keep the man In jail while the Btnte Is attempting to make its case against him,' was the docislon of Judge E. M. Wlckham of Dolawaro, at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon on the Woolard murder case which had beon called in the morning. The defendant's bond was signed' by his brother, Frank T. Woolard. and he walked from the court room practically a free man, as it 1b the general impression that ho will never again bo brought to trial on the charge of murder. The case of Ed Woo...

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. — 23 June 1911

ta'WNtWl! "' W!I157S1WIWWI(T,', ' t5vjfTtSi'T?: i ww. wippfeiW''iCTWrr i,"!""1 ;il"-yy4-iP1"""1" """wwtwi r KMKT TMK P1M00RATI0 gAlfHEj FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911. EH t p p It. 1 Bit IM 12 " 3 TURN THEIR EYES TOWARD COSHOCTON June 26 of Centennial Week Set Aside For Ladgemen. Lodgemcn of Ohio- havo their oyes turned toward Coshocton the last of thin month. Cash prizes aggregating fGOO aro to ho given away the first -4ay of the great Coshocton County Ctmtennlal to tho best drilled lodge earns. Tho opening day of tho Centennial to bo devoted to tho then of tho snystlc circles, the lodgemcn. Mon dty, Juno 20, is "Fraternal Bay," and thousands of lodgemcn are expected to be present. In tho afternoon of that day tho prl drills will talce ;placo In front of tho grand stand at tlie fair grounds, whoro tho Center nlal celebration 13 to be held. Prizes "offered for tho best drilled lodgo loams, open to tho world, nre: First prize $175.00 Second prize 150.00 Third prize 100.00 Fourth prlzo 7C.00 T...

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. — 27 June 1911

h t mwtf&lit mtmt FRIOE TWO OJSNTS MT. VERNON, O., TUESDAt, JTJNE 27, 1911 No. 51 '5 ESTABLISHED 1891 ,1 ft V W Xs. PRESDENT Refuses To ion evi Veto Reciprocity Bill Tells Senate Leaders That Measure Must Com To Him Free From Amendment qf Any Kind If He Is Expected To Affix His Signature -Breach Between Democrats And Insurgents Grows Wider And Wider And End Is Not Yet ' Washington, June 26. That Presi dent Tatt Isopposed to any tariff re vision at this time has been made perfectly clear to leaders in the sett ate. The prosident objects not only -to any amendment to the reciprocity hill lowering tariff1 rates, hut be lieves that the program for passing independent hills, Revising schedules, 1b ill advised. His attitude, which lias become known since his return, will have a still further depressing Influence on tho efforts of Senator "Wesley Jones and others looking to a plan of tarlnTfe vision .in. whiel.tte publican regulars and insurgents were to unite and relieve the con sumer...

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. — 27 June 1911

Kr-xm nssps I TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 19t1. THE DEMOCRATIC BAHOTBlt pae trttm i' If STATEMENT Of Judge Wickliam Regard ing Lee Case - m Gives His Reasons For Suspending Sentence Believing Greater Good Copes From Such Course ' Both To Lee And To The General Public Than By Sending Convicted Man To Penitentiary Judge Wickham has glvjn out the following statement. In connection with his actfon In the Lee case: Michael T. Lee was convicted of manslaughter on June'Dtu; he was re leased on a ten thousand dollar bond to await the disposition of a motion for a new trial aud the sentence, in the event the motion was overruled. On Tuesday afternoon, June 13th, at my invitation, he met me In the1 judge's room at the Court House. My purpose was to obtain a oetter knowl edge of the true character of the man by talking with hn about the crime, about himself, his duties to his par ents, and to his wife and children, and the community In which he1 has lived. I knew the feeling that existed against him bot...

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. — 27 June 1911

WifjnpwSr-" ' ' rr5f?jr WmlV ..,,, ,nv.Vv ";"'y v;iyL?lV"i'U'."1 t IHMPMMIHiHH V - -'wSSSri , rsss.'isyw-tW wmtjfjjP"' ' rwowiyy'-'1'- """-.rarw- ''; JLV-i.-.i.lJJ .-Jt p "t ''iw wjp$ wWW v OPRMyPWBfTf THE DEMOCRATIC BANKIX TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1911 fTIWrwwTWWlWiWJi T - , 1 I -'i -"if," " a I ! ff II iwtft r fr . k m m fii a A, ZIONISM THE HOPE OF THE WORLD toslw Russell's Address 10 Bible Students. TOURING ON SPECIAL TRAIN, "Two Zions and Two Classes of Zion ist but All Parts of the Great Di vine Arrangement For the Blessing of the World and Its Uplift From Sin, Degradation and Death, Is Pas tor Russell's View. San Francisco, Ca!., Juno 25. Pas tor Russell ad dressed largo audi ences twice today at the Golden Gate. II o addrossod a Convention of. the "International Ulblo Students As sociation" In ses Hlon here. Ho bus been making a sort of continental tour, Including Indlnn- polls, St Louis, Kansas City, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Salt Lake City. Los Angeles and Santa Cruz. In ...

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. — 27 June 1911

MB". -3 !rni"jrwa Jfyt r-ittpn 'I'jir'fflWllil'p' rsir'rni-k ';' V"-" ,J"- w rT" Tf tu T''rj nt f ; - -jrr(f r, ," i fAOC ' FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JUNE "27, 1911 I y pi ., I ft W ,1. - fye 55attr MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor BoaaaJL-WoolKJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate I1.E0 por year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0 post ofllce as second class mall mnttor. PASSING Of A Most Historic Edifice In Boston Boston, Mai.., June 21 The old courthouso of Boston, whoso wHIa of ten cchood with Uie eloquence o men like Rufus Choato and Benjamin P, Butler, was disposed of at public auc tion today, prc'partory to being torn down to make room for a now struc ture. The structure was erected In 1837 on tho sllcoCran older courthouse, In which Captain Kldd wan confined while awaiting trial. In the newer courthouse jiiajii c'olotifa'tetl- trialn took place, including that of Prpf. John White Wobstcr for tho murder of Dr. George Parkmau, and many years lat er of Jesse Pomcro...

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. — 27 June 1911

ura Tuesday, june ar, Mtl. THE DIMOORATIO BAHlflEJt t?AE fV. fv lv . r DANGERS Still Prevalent Id Portioas Of Ohio On The 4ft ' State fire Marshal Issues Timely Bulletlo Tells What Kind Of Fireworks! Are" Dangerous And What -KM Should Be Avoided By All , The Day Still Galled "Our Fatal Foartfc' ' Columbus, O., Juno 26 The fire marshal Issues a bulletin this week on "Our Fatal Fourth Its Dangers Still Froralent In Portions of Ohio:" This bulletin Is designed to warn tho. people of thoso communities In Ohio, who remain unprotected by proper or dinances from the sale- of dangerous fireworks, and the Injuries likely to re sult from their use. Happily the resi dents of many of our cities and Tillag es can view the approach of our na tion's anniversary with entire equan imity, for their councils, in their wis dom have provided' against the sale, of thosq dangerous agencies' with which young America waiw6ai to celebrate the day. Last year this denarttaonf. In an ef fort to do somothlng pr&...

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. — 27 June 1911

L,.., :: r.frIMii wmmwmimwm im "vvs ppBftjmwwssw WtWBBBr """WnDP-l."" 'P" ww, ist--'r-i7i7rif3sfw' Tn'V"w,f''fywAif?'''rTi -HW- 'V'"i",'jj'r ""4"J1 '""s't" "''i.j,l,v vw" "" 'i'-Ww " wi)im. yjgiiHi- yi 'i1 '' 'v ''V'l .ji.,!,,..., ,, ii "vi,iy V'jUift' 'yi !' WHMIVM(lffi THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 101T AGt srx WWWWWWpi I ill 1 1 IIMWWWWWWWWMWWWIWWWWWWl jg, A 2E Er l. !1 f 1 n hu ITS S Iff .$ ?o If! Ilffflf BEAUTIFUL Commencement Exercises Of St. Vincent De Paul's School Held In Tim Auditorium On Thursday Evening When Diplomas Were Award ed The Young Graduates lather O'Ncil 01 Columbus Gives A Fine Address every way. Thp program was highly interesting to the large audience, com posed of parents and friends, and each numbor of the-' program was heartily applaudpd. The tiudltoilun and stage wero prettily decorated with stream ers nntl pennants ot the ctass colors, scn'rlot and gold, foriis and (lowers. Diplomas were presonted to each mombor of the class by Rev. L. W. Mulhu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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