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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 1 August 1911

rv fr-vjFtl TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1011. XMM DIMDOEATIO BAM20W PAOl PIVI iL fnr?rii , N. ; il ' v r A'S . JAIL Is Guarded From An Ahroo Mob San Francisco, July 28. Upon tho result of an Investigation now helm; conductcil by District Attorney Boyd, of Marin county, California, will de pend whether Dr. L. C. Cblsbolm, re cently convicted of tho murder of John D. Powell, or Van K. Drouilard, and sentenced to llfo Imprisonment, shnll be brought buck from Folsom penlten tlary shall be brought back to bo tried for tho mttrdor of Miss Minna Paas. Tho young woman's body was found on Mt, Tamalpals, across tho bay on Sau Francisco, two years ago. At that time lio clew to the Identity of her Blayer could bo discovered, but facts developed during tho recent trial of Dr, Ohisholm led the authorities to resume the investigation. It is assert ed by the District attorneys of both Marin and Sononia counties that suffi cient ovldence has been unearthed to warrant the Unking of Chisholm'a name with the Mt...

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. — 1 August 1911

m it .'W.?'(V' ,- 1E t' "TOHQHT TM1 DSMOOKATICJ BAXMHI TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 111!,, I 1, W" LORD ST. ALDWYN Leader of Peers to Pats Veto Bill and Limit Titles IVOULD PLAGE BLAME ON PRESIDENT TAFT itenocrals Wonder About Fate it Gonfercnce Wool Bill, Washington, July 31. General tar HB legislation at tlilo borhIoii of con x&taa, eo as to leavo the responsibil ity for any delay In tariff revision numxrely upon tho president, Is the Vstoxan of tho Democratlc-progresBlve neoaUUon In tho senate and tho Dem eraU In tho house. The president Is -accredited with being as determined viu -over to voto any tariff bill paused by congress prior to tho submission of the report of tho tariff board to ooBRrran at the regular session in 3ectsaabor. Meantime tho Democrats, 'continuing to press their revision toauure. are wondering what tho mddout will do whon tho wool bill, -emerging from tho conference with tJowor duties than tho LaFolletto final compromise, goes to tho White ilouso for approval or ...

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. — 4 August 1911

mmmmmmm m -- Mf y." "jwh"!"""!'"'' "n-w 1 ;( r tiwmtmtt awn; PBICl TWO GENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. NO. 62. ESTABLISHED 188 rmmtwmiMmirSBBBKmmMiwaVm an t J, . -1" ' " 7fT "" -' f - ,...- ,.. , . -' ' ' " HWilFMMMMMin " iW ww i ingi,iiffTrirfpwTrii-m,lij,lrat, i iuiii ie;i TTm-,mmnmmiiwinBHnHVHBwiBHHHwaHHHHHi 0he vr a, IP J1 SIM DOES Dons Prison Mire it onepile Refuses To Eat Or Driok Socialist Author Of Sensational Literature Emerges From Wilmington (Dei,) Work bouse Sby Three Pounds Of Fiesh But Loaded With Material For Magazine Story Of Horrors Experienced Behind Walls Of Penal Institution "Wilmington, Del., Aug. 3. Having ' Served their sentences of 18 hours each In the Newcastle county work house for violating the Sunday blue laws of Delaware, Upton Sinclair and his companions were discharged after spending seven hours working on the prison stoneplle, where they labored as hard as the 40 other white and negro convicts. The Socialist author had lots to ay in co...

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. — 4 August 1911

MMMMMCM v!"l-,rw'Wit-Trir"y --. f, -nu. y, jfiua: u -aWTr tm--vw-ifc, - - - ij$ei Jtyffir yi" i"11 ifrif"r',"t''"" VT'tf1 ..j " ;r i'""e-""""i"i" ) 'U. .1.,,..;. -I Miy.i; ICT,lj.T,l,,B.,lVryt-fr-'''------r- TX.ry .,. . - i -W. V, "sasiawfr A'fc St-TfSTg TBgrtgy ,' "',?"M,,y"' wj;"1" "-""I" w""?Rer -1 1 "J" Ti'Sfl'V... fyjyi";l""l""'"!ii'l'T'r ".-iiyfti tVJ"- A 'feftCCTWU TXX DEMOCRATIC! BAKNEJfc FRIDAY, AUGUST A, 1011. i ,. .j, .3. .j. $. .j. .$ af. FREDF.RICKTOWN 4, .j. .j. .$. .j. M Tho past week the Frederlcktown "Heme Laundry changed hands. Dr. ''W. U. Kenwell, who recently pur chased the buBlnes8, resold the laun dry and business to Kinney & Nich olas who will continue the enterprise &n a larger scale under the firm name -ot the French Dry Cleaning Works. 'These young men will take care of ho laundry business having ordered larger and more up-to-date machinery tfor the work. The busln'ess will bo -continued at the old stand In tho .Bank Hotel block. They also an 'jioun...

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. — 4 August 1911

' rfWwiinMMffTfflwnwi - - urn i ii' "' "n MMMmiH WSfMfiiSTWw" pji'w'i,wiWre'fc -i-ww ""' i.r...Wi ,.,,,,4 ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1011. TH1 DEMOCRATIC BAKlfZE PAQR THMHk ' f WWFw 7Tf 7'YVy'Wy T'TJW " 4 ttttoipww Tho wind broko tho largo plate Blues In tho door of tho Slpo & Whllo storo on South Main street Tuesday aftornoon. , r RAILROAD - TIME TABLES Mt. Vernon, Ohio. B. O. O. R. R. East No. 14 7:10 a. m. No. 4 11:30 a. m. No. 1G 5:57 p. m. No. 8 6:36 p. m, West No 7 8:26 a. m, No. 17 8:57 a. m. No. 3 2:42 p. m. No. 15 j:43 p. m. Noa. 16 and 17 dally, except Sun day. Other trains dally. C, A. & C. R. R. South Bound No. 606 12:41 No. 626 0:68 No. 522 6:20 No 504 8:35 No. 518 10:55 No. 602 12:25 No. 508 6:25 No. 600 9:27 North Bound No. 607 2:40 No601 7:24 No. 609 8:26 No. 503..,.'. 2:03 No. 605 5:53 No. 619 6:45 No. 521 7:10 No. 523 (to Mt. Vernon only) 1:30 Dally. Dally except Sunday. Sunday only. a. m. a. m. a. m. a. m. a. m, P. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. 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. — 4 August 1911

a. jp"vf y W'ymy w v '"" " "" .tawy;; l'll' "W Tffirf MOtpiiniMHta m? "m vkWAc&hwjfc r- ""? y,w((Bj j'i'Wp'i1 'jf1 '( " .()!.'' &H",v "i" "J,'i "V ')' "r V"f auMipkmii 9ASE FOUIt THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AU0U8T 4, 1911. MtttRl1"' "(-'ii,'llll!Pj)i)5!',' ' WBBHjfw"'' W iWywPp1,lli WOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor ffltoanad.-'VCooXacJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rat 11.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office ns second cla&s mall matter. EXAMPLE By Clerks Of Tiie Obio Sen ate And House Could Be Profitably Followed By Other Officers beat govornmont In the world is one that Is raising Just enough monoy to meet Its legitimate expenses and when It goes beyond that It Is putting temp tation In the way of those who have public money at their disposal. "Who would go back to the old or der ot things nnd would bo willing to havo that for what wo now have? We were drifting along towards tho shoals the tax rato would havo amounted to confiscation of pr...

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. — 4 August 1911

Affwj . ' T" i' 'WJB,"'.-rrj (n-'j-w , ' ., JBIWBBBIB rwi HwpBtyr"" fr-y""'v iw 'hf?" '"iwiw''ir'7fn")"' FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BAHHIK PAacmn. I M flrt dMBIlfMl I ... V . . " i ili . V J, la- V y SHREMAN Is Elected President Of Citi zens' Association At The Regular Meeting Wed nesday Evening To Succeed Mr, I, G. Penn Who Resigned New Member Of Executive Committee Named Arrangements For Picnic Are Completed The regular monthly meeting ot the Mt. Vernon Citizens' Association was held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock In the city council chamber. Vice President Dogardus was In the chair. After roll call and minutes read by Secretary Tlnkey, the vice president declared the first order of business was the election of a presi dent to fill the vacancy caused by the reslgnitlon of President Penn. When the vote was taken, Mr. E. E. Shlreman was duly elected and at once took the chair and in a brief speech of acceptance asked for the co operation of nil members In order to mak...

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. — 4 August 1911

WBRRNBBtHBHlltammmmKmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimKmrinmmmmmm ITTCrrna wmmwmmmimmm tfijjjyprtiiwinfrll WwWMfWWIWf nwiMnwilwwwrtW"'1 'vmtm .AQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC JBANNEK FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. wffifK'iy!jj-i.,mj'mLiiiiiwmunMiPiiugi IIIIIMMIII1 III! II I ! IM I !! iBJMMiflSSXtitt3iriS5W " irs-tTTi , , . .rag,--. fPwWW COUNCIL Transacts Considerable Bus iness Monday Night And Then Adjourned For A Period Of Four Weeks New Depository For City Funds To Be Secured And The City Treasurer Will Ask For Bids Names Of Two Streets May Soon Be Changed ley between Front St. and C. A. & G. switch until a communication cnn bo hnd with the city solicitor. Can led. Adjourned for four weoks. j. A JOKE is The Thomas Biii Say The Grocers f VITAL WASH8N6TQ"WEWS TAVENNER, "WRITER AND THINKER," Glvfes US THE FACTS AS THEY REALLY EXIST. J The ilty council mot In rogular ses' alon on Monday evening with Prcsl dent Edward Devor In the chair and will all members present. The rain utos of the last regular meeting we...

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. — 4 August 1911

iwp f7tyvtr?n "WiiW1" r" ' " TV-jr-r-fT-wr jk t 1)1 FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. I'M DJEMOOKATIO JSAIfNSft , 1 (VS PAGE SEVEN V I HUSBAND Charges Wife And Son Wrong fully Took Money And Appropriated The Same To Their Own Use And Refused To Give The Fiaintiff One Cent The Smith Will Has Been Filed In Probate Other Notes Of Interest From Temple Of Justice during his Illness the defendants took the money from the bank and applied it for their own use. The plaintiff states that the defendant gathered the crops on the farm for several years past and In this way have accumu lated quite a sum of money and that no pait of the same has ever been turned over to the plaintiff. The plain tiff there fore asks that the defend ants may be compelled to account and pay over to the plaintiff all of the property and money which they have wrongfully taken. The plaintiff also aBks for an injunction restraining the defendants from further interfering with him in his,, business. L. C. Still well and frank O. L...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 4 August 1911

T cn MR 55 "WKSK Gtoidiimiuitnmniimm iUH MjwrtwfrWI W "nr w?yr '" r'"R'W! 0 KTJT TfT(fwf"lVPJp' "'' ryy IMW MHftr,,1ff iiri.'Wil'l jij'?iyHjP "Wl ;r '""'yS'flW - " '"V ''l''W" '. SPwyHJTFpffllW xw"-""t tj1 VAE EIGHT TM DXMOORATIO SAHHE FRIDAY, AUOUST 4, 1911. w m.ii.ii Mil iii i.... fanAB itr-ft- TfTJJT" tvvj" v-'' -' lllil ! ,1.111 ii ,.l in ,HH.I, l''iTJBpP HHf ? (TSWfTWT" v,vWWwP8 , . . lH. SHOIT LOCALS Batter 22c; eggs ISc. .Mr, C. P. Hcarn of this city went to Akron Thursdoy morning on business. Mr. Ivan Poland was a visitor In Columbus over Thursday. Remodeling salo now on at Lurle's, 225 South Main street. Miss Helen Porter of Columbus Is -spending sovcral days with her aunt, Mrs. Charles Parish of Buckeye City. Mrs. Lydla Lewis of Wcstervllle Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. P. M. iBarnes of West Vine street. Mrs. Hoy Morey of Brandon spent "Wednesday In Mt. Vernon the guest ot friends. Miss Clara Cunningham of Freder lcktown. Is spending several days with Hiss rtctta Burke of...

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. — 8 August 1911

rfy' W & fl tmtttfkit stntir PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911. NO. 63. ESTABLISHED 18S JUDGE SETTLE UP IN AIR Elephant Enjoys a Shower Bath When the Temperature Is High 3 m AS TO olLlui ulltu v . "3 : feN V " Work 0! Fortifying Canal Begins In Earnest Only One Problem Remains Board Has Not Definitely Decided On Caliber Of Guns To Be Used, But Intimation Is Made That Big gest Defenders May Be Of New 16-incb Type-Mor tars Will Be 12-Caliber Washington, Aug. 7. Military au. tnorltics are now dovoting their at tention to tlio work of fortifying tho Panama canal. Since tlio return of tho canal defense board, of which Major Leonard Wood, chief of the staff of the army, i president, the sites for the foitlflcation and land de fenses have boeu approved and au thority has boon granted for tho preliminary work to begin at once. As a result of tho rccont visit of tho defense bonrd to tho canal fur a sec ond and lucre thoroufcJjJa8tt8BU9.n-,!S o tho 'location of sit...

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. — 8 August 1911

"WBBPH MMMMMMMMIMM WWW!WIWIIWallMUIWWtigt' j " v,1; 'wt : 'niYZ3iiilm-HfyiifWlBIIH !!WWVWWPPIP? Vr'K -t-rriFr&yn-TmwwW!'!'ii& r 71-T TMI DEMOCRATIC BANN TUESDAY, AUQUBT 8, 1011 MUKTWU 1 m if i' SflOiT LOCALS Haa Catherine Sapp of Buckeye H2Hjr loft Friday morning for a soveral -anyB trip to Bucyrus and Lima. , Mrs. William Weiss returned to Newark Friday noon after a visit with TelatlvcH In Mt. Vernon. lilss Besse R. Patterson returned 'today from a visit with relatives nnd friends In Klllbuck. Mr. Henry Wood of Brandon spent SFriday In Mt. Vernon attending to some business matters. Misses Ethel nnd Mae Enoch of '-Cleveland are the guests of their cousin, Mis Inez Vance. Miss Kuth McKce of Newark Is the 'guest of her ulster, Miss Jessie McKco r Buckeye city. Dr. and Mrs. Workman nro the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. D.C. Workman of Buckeye City. lire. James Gavlgan of Massllon Is the guest of relatives in Mt. Vernon for several days. Mr. Allen Mofflt went to Utlca Fri day noon on b...

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. — 8 August 1911

Sup,wv,",' TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911 TMS DIKOORATIO BAHHIM PASE THfHM is K MAN KILLS HIS WIFE Cleveland, O., Aug. 6. Anton Fen yak, 36, a laborer, carao homo lntot lcatnd and attacked hlB wife and chil dren. First he' bit off tho woman's nose and then stabbod her In the henrt. Slio died In a fow mlnutos. Noxt he turned on the children, but they ran from the house and oscapod. Policemen who were attracted by tho nolso In tho Iioubo entored It Just In tlrno to Beo Fenyak slashing hlmsolt with a kr "a. He was takon to a hospital, probably fatally wounded. Akron's Property Attached. t Akron, 0., Aug. G. An unpreco dentod state of affaire was prasentod hero when deputy sheriffs swooped down on the City hall and attached cafes, typewriters and other fixtures in tho offices of tho city solicitor to satisfy a judgment of $100 held against tho city by Ella M. Dodgo. EAILEOAD TIME TABLES Mt. Vernon, Ohio, o. a. o. R. R. East No. 14 7:10 a. m. No. 4 11:30 a. m. No. 16 1:57 p. m. No. 8 6:36 p. m....

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. — 8 August 1911

PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY AUGUST 8, 19ff. Utile 3$mrag MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor WoaaaJL-"Wool3CJL-3r 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Ilato $1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vornon, O., pott office ns second class inall matter. EARL NELSON 63 YEARS OLD London, August 7 Harl Nolson,, grand nephew of tho famous Lord Nel son, tho hero of Trafalgar, received many congratulations today on tho oc casion of his eighty-eighth birthday nnnlvorsary. His Lordship is now the only member of the house of Lorda who was a peer during tho llfetlmo of William IV., and has tho further distinction of being the recipient of one of tho only two porpetunl ponsions in cxlstenco In England, the holder of the other being Iord Kodnoy, a des cendant of the celebrated Admiral Sir Georgo Rodney. Lord Nelson is surprisingly vlgorouH for a man of his years and when he is In town ho may bo soo-i nlmoBt any afternoon playing billiards at the Downtown Unionists Club. BEST FOR HORRSES Give ...

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. — 8 August 1911

i m-Tttiiafimmtimjfmmitm 9 ffimwwwww ysywmrfiifj, "v-iwi 'jr ' j' r i TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BAKWll PA8Errw HAYS LE HAWATHAS MEN Ohio State Fair Items A Record Breaker Promised BURGLARY J iv El A" Itf Ui Won Tiie Contest In The First Inning From Tiie Shelley Team Sunday Afternoon Dy Knocking Vany Out Of The Box Longsdorf Pitched Fine Game For The Locals The Grays Won From The Atherton Team Longsdorf pitched the local Hiawa tha toain to victory over the fast Shel loy team of Mansfield on Sunday after noon, the scoro being S to 4. Although the visitors found the local southpaw for eleven blnglcs during the contest, they wore scattered, while Vany was batted from the rubber by the Hiawa thas in the first inning, a Borles of four singles, a double and a triple be ing netted, Scoring six runs. The gamo was very interesting, bo ing a pllcher'B battle after the first in ning. Vany's downfall was lollowed by his removal and Horn, the Lexing ton twirlor, was sent to tho moun...

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. — 8 August 1911

i Mwmn ijwtipMwrnHtMwwwr wBWMikMMi tSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS wJttflMiMDttH T-jnivwn-T,- 1 - i n iinUB ! TiPrnt,'jiTi,T "pviwnwa.Mi mw 1t& r "'JW ,M$J. 1 wtKtfWPpgwyM' wHt 5fl5wp5?5f35!5w "V''1?F,!W!W wf"nhps"-,,rv'ir'' ' tlMMMM . AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER ! wnaKflMPTfT"! ww I . I "ii' i um in fwriitoijiiw a lh irirL Murfrwn 1 1 1 ri iii i ri iWiTaiSf ! i ffi i i mi i TirJiiiiT' " r " ""- tiHi " 'mihwuhw pihbmhwh ia , i mwm , ,.,, , . TUESDAY, AUQU8T 8, 1911. m m ALL SEW EYE OF ALMiOHTY GOO A Much Needed Lesson In an Unorthodox Setting. BUT WHAT IS ORTHODOXY? Pastor Russell Again Presents Bible Teachings In a New Light Points Out the Errors of the Creeds Hand ed Down From the Past Explains True Meaning of Word of God. Mrooklyii, N. Y., Auiml (J. Not wltliHtaiidlui; t li (! b tl in in i! r SRdHou Itrooklyu Tabernu do wh crowded toduy, L'nutor Itus Hcll took for hln text the words of tho Prophet Da vld, "V hither shall I (lee from Thy presence? If t nHcend up into ticnvcu, Thou nrt ...

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. — 8 August 1911

fctT'-wmniiimiiitf v"i. 1 1....J.11 yntwtnywwta fT it-7 - wwifm 1! TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1911. TBI DZHOOBATIG BANHEK PADS SEVEN li w p V f , C. 1, 0. Meeting llclil On Tuesday Of This Week The Mt. Vernon W. C. T. U. hqld their regular meeting nt the home of Mrs. O. C. Chase, Tuesday afternoon of this week, It being the first meet ing since the month of June. There was a fair attendance, considering the weather, as one had to go between showers or bo deluged by the rain. The society transacted quite a little business, Mrs. Spltzor, the president, announced the convention would bo held here Sept. the 18th and 10th. The secretary rend an invitation from Mr. Miller of Newark to he with them nnd bring a large delegation from Mt. Ver non on August 24th, to help the tem perance people of that place make It one of the grandest temperanco rallies- known in this part of Ohio. The society voted to accept the invitation, so let nil who are with the temperance pecnle and believe In Law and Order be...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 8 August 1911

A 'i'''?jiiMrwT YTWMJIMIMTOV' 'T'p;'iw w ?5ri'nl l r'i ?7T$3$ f'wr-' ' '"MUM, rtr? wi r" A JJASE EIGHT TME DIMOORMTO SA200TK TUEODAY, AUGUST 8, 1011 MPMMwanSS if I HENRY STIMSON Doesn't Believe In Wast ing Powder In Salutes. STIMSON DESCENDS INTO MAINE WRECK Secretary oi War Makes Brief Stop at Havana. Havana, Aub 7. Secretary of War tSUmsoti and his party arrived horo By train from Santiago, where thoy IllBcmbarkod from tlio United Stntos steamship North Carolina fiom Porto lUco. Thoy woro lecolved nt tho rail way station hy tho American army officers who nro onRngod on the Maine. Mr. StlniBon went aboard tho wreck nnd descended as far ns tho "berth dock, which Is thrco docks down. Mr. and Mrs. Stlmsoiv receiv ed callers nt tho Hotel Mlrnmur, and thon wont to Jlarianao, whoro thoy had (i swim. Colonel C'rowdor, who accompanies tho party, although asserting that he Is making no offlclnl visit, Is uctunlly Investigating the chaws of sraft In concoimluiiB at the port. Mr. Stlmson rotu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 11 August 1911

"-"-"-'-r- ft' in n if WV&'fjyt, $f ?" Zityx'tifa, ,,:;.; wp, -r, I . ? . ; Jfa m0jtt&lijt WNXtt. MT. VERNON, OHIO, PRIDAt, AUGUST 11, 1911. NO. 64, li PRIOE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 183 9 8 .ff s i J V ' If l. Jameson Lee Finney, Actor, Ss Only novo it Carlton Is Partly DestroyedIs One Of City's Most Fash ionable Resorts And frequented By Travelers From The United States-Billie Burke Escapes, But Claims Jewels Were Lost In Shuffle-John faamak er Took Active Part In Work Of Rescuing Guests London. Aug. 10. In a flro which destroyed a part of the Carleton ho tel, Jameson Lee Finney, the Ameri can actor, was tho only guest to moot death. Tb fire was fierce and was attended by exciting scenes. Tho Carleton Is ono of London's most fashionable- resorts and very many Americans are among Its guests. Of tho 200 persons Btaylng at the hotel wlion the Are broke out many were from the United States, and while all bad. narrow escapes, none except Fln noy suffered Injury. There were several...

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. — 11 August 1911

;frr fXTW r 1,sr wrr" A ' TWO. TJUE D1MOORATIO BANH1 FRIDAY A1JGU8T 11, 1011. ,v"-.'' -T0. i "-' - v,r -.,-v-- n,- . . v , - ,. , ;.,i ., i OHIO EXPOSITION TO BREAK RECORD luier Building Equipment Re quired For Exhibits. WILL BE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ood Roads Enthusiasts Will Find Much to Interest Them This Year In an Inspection of Miles of Fine Driveways Throughout the Grounds, Which Are Being Resurfaced Under Direction of tho State Highway Commissioner. An Idea of the magnitude to which -too Ohio Stato Fair, Aug. 28 to Sep. 1, Is expected to attain can bo had by contemplating tho great cattle exhib it building. Already one of the most 'Comploto Btructurea of its kind in the country, and which accommodated one thousand head of cattle last year, is "icing enlarged to care for sixteen Stnndred thoroughbreds. It now bo 'comes probably the greatest cattle exhibit building in the world, and tho eattlo show that will bo staged within it during Stnto Fair week will equal, tt not excel, any ...

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