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

f i ml If ki g- 9 m . 0 t m f l v "S strictly ail wool. .Every suit worth up to $10.00, $12.50. Eat 'em up hoys. War De clared Price $2.98 Lien's Best Canvas Mitts This mitt sells all over the world at 10c. War Declared Price la Men's Best 25c Suspend ers The best in the markei at that price. War Declared Price 9c Men's Best "Working Shirts The very best in tho market that sells at 50c in all stores. War Declared Price 32, While Mt. Vernon has bewildering- a sale of sifth depth J2&A.X, JLW 1YLLWU XX11J5 4JaEf.nJr The Greatest and Largest Sale ever made lOlllbeiy Firm in the State of Ohio. IS it any wonder that the Roe Emerson Clothing House's business did increase to such enormous proportions? Is it any wonder that the cash, paying wage earners flock to our store? Our sledge-hammer Howe that at all regular prices have been telling in no mistaken manner the havoc we have been play ing in tlelrZ 7m " !SSSSii Sv and hope for wage earners. Our war declared sale brings to JOu the gre...

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

rxi 'll'WIIWWT'WWWlWWWWIIIWWWWXlMiiii.illlHti..iiliiH.iii..iii T III I ! wyTT?fwi'tT?,H ,2tf'WW3r,sf,""v'- " ?WWME KtBHT Tins DEMOOEATIO BANKS FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911. K j' if" m If. GERMAN AMBASSADOR Count Von Bernstoff Says Kaiser Wants Arbitration. &? J"horo by American Prees Assoclntlon. WILEY TELLS HOW HE WAS HAMPERED Also How People's Money Was Thrown Away. Washington, Aug. 17. Dr. Harvey "W. Wiley laid baro to the house In TeetlGatlng committee the obstacles against which ho sold ho had Strug Clod to administer tho puro food laws. IIo also declared tho peoplo's money was squandered and the ad ministration of tho law hnmpored by tho creation of a "puro food Inspec tion bureau," lu which ho was a help less minority. Ho assorted that Solicitor McCabo nnd Associate Chomist Dunlap, tho two officials whom Wiley's support ers clnim aio banded together o oust tho mio food champion, "wore generally antagonistic to hi in." To lllustrato his owl. helplessness on tlin board, Wiley to...

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. — 22 August 1911

u K i tmmxit unntv. 23 K ? PRIOX TWO GENTS Many Notables Attend Oolhering In Columbus . ,; Papal Delegate Is Present-Thousands Of Visitors Throng Capital City To Witness Ceremonies Attendant Upon Opening Of Tenth National Convention 0! The American Federation Of Catholic Societies-Parade Largest Ever Witnessed In City ColumbuB, O., Aug. 21.r-Many high dignitaries of the Roman Catholic church in America are in attendance at the tenth national .convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies, which began its business sessions in this city today. Among them aro his excellency, Most Uev. Dlomede Falcouio, papal delogate to Washington: Bishop McFaul of Tren ton, N. J., Archbishop Henry Moellor of Cincinnati, Edward Feoney of Brooklyn, '. Y., piesldent of tho American Federation of Catholic So cieties. The business meetings opened this morning In rhw Knighla of Oolun-.lwa hall, and at noon the prelates, clergy, delegates and visitors will assemble at Memorial hall and pose for...

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. — 22 August 1911

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Jflf-T sfr 1TW0. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEJt TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 181. II HALT las! Bg Called On Tlie Heavy Expense '-Of Conducting Affairs Of Washington Government Republican Administrations Show Constant Increase Salvation is A Return To Mfersonian Simplicity And Retrenchment That Bur dens May Be Lightened Columbus, O., Aug. 19. Sluco I860 the population of tlio United States laB Increased 18C por cent., whllo ox ponscs of nntlonal government havo increased 550 por cent. During ncurlv alt ot this tlmt; RcpubllcnnB woro In control. Under the Democratic administra tion tho appropriations for tho two jrenrs during tho fifty-third congress .amounted to $917,013,523.:! I; a Ilepub llcun administration during thu six tieth congress appropriated $2,502, 799,400.08 for 1909 and 1910, an In creuso of 11,585,785,877.31. Slnco 189C the war department ap propriation has grown 335 per cent, and tho navy appropriation 305 per cent. Ijirgo additions to tho salaries of tho public ofl...

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. — 22 August 1911

flraMIMmi!lPMMMMHMM '"Wfl'&nfipHfW-pnt. jv ) irww9i,M' tf K u K i jP TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1911. GERMANY Is Visited By Senator L, li. HoucK And' Family And A Trip Made Through The Art Galleries ftlt, Vernon People Also See The Crown Prince On His Way To Italy To In spect The Army Best Wishes For All In Old America Says The Senator Berlin, Gormany, Aug. 8th. Editor of Banner: Munich 1b tho capital ot Bavaria and 1b a handsome city of onu hun dred and fifty thouBand people. I vis ited tho Royal Palace which contains many beautiful and costly pictures, and trophies of emperors. The Frauen Kircho (ICth century), unattractlvo from tho outside but wit t In containing the tomb of Louis the Barvarlan (1625;, and other costly and elabprato monuments of ilopartoJ kings and noblemen. Munich is the great-grandfather of beer gardons and they aro found hero in every street and corner; and from 8 to 12 at night you will aeo in tho Royal Garden from eight to ten thousand people. Dresden, tho capi...

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. — 22 August 1911

Vi!iijfBI!S?V "! - -r. "Vp uwwmiuwuww.jiiiiiiiiiwniiii mi in iT"""1" 5r f PAGE POUR ecfiUiAJj ' xnmM.mwaca3nmmnnw9mxwrm WOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Soxnl-Woolsly 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rnte 11.50 per year. Entered at the Mt. Veruon, 0 post efflco as cecond class mail matter. HENRY C. BEATTIE, JR. Young Virginian Whose Trial For Murder Deglna Today. SETTING IS DRAMATIC Young Beattle Goes to Trial In Ancient Courthouse. Richmond, Vn., Aug. 21. This morning at 10 o'clock Iho lltllo old bell ovor tho Choslcrflcld courthouBO ont a rusty clangor out Into Iho for est and Henry Clay Douttlo, Jr., came Into court to answor to tlo charge ot wife murder. This Is one ot tho most sonsatlonnt trials on a murdor charge Hint hnfi occurred In Virginia In u docado, nnd tho setting of thin trial will lies ono ot the BtrangcBt In tho history of Amorlcan Jurisprudence Henry Clay Bcattio will (lght for lilii llfo in what was known an "Uio wildornoflB" dur ing the robctllon. Tho root t...

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. — 22 August 1911

wmAa imf wsrtjgjiBpujsr wxj;r"' 7-W" TUESDAY, AUQU8T 22, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK PAGE FIVK r X LOCKED UP In Jail Was Alfred Wolfe By Deputy Sheriff I On Execution For Old Fine Amounting To $50 Imposed By Judge For Con tempt Of Court Several Properties Are Sold At Sheriff's Sale Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Alfred Wolfe was locked up la the Knox county Jail late Saturday after noon by Deputy Sheriff John Woollson on an execution for an old fine amount ing to $GO and costs Imposed by Judge Wlckham of tho court of common pleas. Somo tlmo ago Wolfe was found guilty of contempt of court and a flno of ? 50 and costs was imposed by Judge Wlckham, with the understanding that tho dofendant bo committed to the county Jail until tho samo was paid. Tho officials gave Wolfe two months in which to raise tho money and show ing no disposition to settle tho flno and co3ts, nn execution was Issued Saturday and Wolfe wbb locked up in tho county Jail. Wolfo expects to bo able to r...

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. — 22 August 1911

f If Ik B'' ' w. Wk .AGE SIX A n ' ii ' r itvi 'ii iiiiTiiiir urn in i i humi ST1BIN If Blaze Dn East Gambler St, II . Thursday Evening fin ' Union Painless Dentist Shop Was Gutted And Buildings On Either Side Were Damaged Defective Wiring May iiave Caused The Fire Hie Loss Is Partially Cover ed By Insurance A Arc of mi uuumuil nature com pletely gutted the Union Palulcaa Don tint shop, located -in the Huntaberger building on East Gnnrbior atreot, on Thursday evening, I'lio primal cnuso of the conllngrallon In not oxactly ltnown but It la thought that it wnii Hturled from Improperly Insulated electric wires. At about 7 o'clock persona In tbo vicinity of tlio building woro stnrtlcd by what scemod to lie an cxplpplon and a largo buret of (IniUoB shot up ward from tho roof of tho building for a dlstanco of about thirty foot. In a very short tlrao tho roof was blazing as well as 'Uio Interior bf tho establishment. Every effort to ex tinguish tho (lro was mndo at tho timo, but It was seo...

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. — 22 August 1911

"""""SmMMMMiMMMHHMHM VK'"yfWvrfir' 'iv''5f-iin"'HI'Pr'"'" r"-,ii-ipn' "!;- JU TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1611. TMX DEMOCRATIC BANNS AfiE SKVKN pipJifiPWriw rv k Organization and Concentration "The aggregate $9,506,0(50.00; Losses paid, Page 15, Ohio Insurance Report, To provo the business building power of the great fighting insurance organization it has wrought, the Ohi o National Life Insurance Company, iu the dullest, hottest month of many yunvB July produced $557,000, over Half a Million of Life Disurance, and 73G (oyer $350,000) Health and Acci dent policies. Fanners were busy with' harvests, oity people were away on vacations, business men were relaxed; so that this remarkable record must he analyzed to he appreciated. ' The Ohio National Life Insurance Company, with its ample capital and big cash surplus, has driven its. Organization into practically every commu nity in the State against the most determined opposition and intrenched prejudice in certain localities. It has now TWO 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. — 22 August 1911

nayiWKJw Zr- i' ' " " -- ii -T-.-r -t f - i j i r i 'i i 1 1 tt it"i i iiiimniinin ii mfci fiiminiMii WBlwwiwiuiwiiMiiiiiMiiiiuiiiajiBMiuiMifliBWniW'.tfP - n yww-ri "lyyiftyMTtWwW'"' ! '"wr1 wtt -"lyw? wrr" ""WIH' '" " "'')''''3pw,, "piw-"" ,-wi gWT: 1W"( J "' fE EIGHT in in hi TXX DEMOCRATIC BANKIM TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1011. I l ,mTiIii.ii,,,1WK r A STEP BACKWARD By WILLIS BEACH POTTER Copyright by American Prts Amo elation. 1911. young clergyman fresh from a theological seminary entered a gam 'Wins den In Dead Mnn's Gulch nnd, ftl&ndlng In tlio center of the room, 'aid tn a sonorous voice: "You are Invited to attend a prayer saeeting In Tompson's wood to com senco at G o'clock. It Is now n quar ter to 4. I trust that every man pres ent tvIII bo there." Instead of every man showing a will tagnrcis to go to Tompson's wood ev ery man proceeded with what he wns 'fiolng, which wns principally gambling. Tho young clergyman ho might have Twen tweuty-seveu or twenty-eight years old loo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 25 August 1911

...T VjjjmJSSS 'fPB$!vM r "" w vnwmmm wpmyrnmmmmwp X tM0ttU mxutv Qffie fit s s (" PRICK TWO CENTS iKtlJluIu iLAul President Tan Rochester Declares That People Will Solve Wealth Problem Without Resort To Bloodshed Or Adoption Of Socialistic Doctrines-Compares His Troubles To Those Of Lincoln And Says He Gets Off Easy-Fierce Con test Is On For Highest Office Rochester, N. Y Aug. 24. Recall Ins the dork days of tho civil war by the sight of 20,000 veteranB, Presl dent Taft digressed from the theme of his address at tho G. A. It. camp firo at the national encampment. The president had come to talk of peace -nd ho held his address prin cipally to this topic, but the reflec tion of tho Immense struggle which had centeied about tho old men who marched before him in the parade contrasted In his mind the political struggle that has seethed about him for the last few months, and which was only temporarily relieved by the adjournment "of "congress, and his thoughts turned naturally to this ch...

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

WgW-glW nw" "'1!S!W3tfT,'?Ww,' TS i,"Ty3ffyTgj tyr"' AfcE TWO. TKE DEMOCRATIC BANWMR FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911, ! kj .j, j. j. j j j .j. ! ! 4 ! . MONROE CENTER i4ni,,i,,i,,!,i,i,,i,,!,,i,,!,i,,fr Mr. and Mra. Wlllard Rlnehnrt were tfco guests of Mr. Squire Flshburn ami Tamlly Saturday and Sunday. n. E. Parrlsh and family visited Jriends at Amity Sunday. Miss Clco Johnson was the guest of Miss Gladys ntneliart Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Craig, who has been 111 for 'come time, has gone to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Nixon of Fred 'ericktown. 3tr. Clark Hoar nnd family of Ver non, visited Sunday with his brother, A. V. Hoar and family. "W. T. I'algo of Dawson City, was In this place Sunday. Clarcnco Grubb and family were the guest of Mrs. Grubb's parents, Ir. and Airs. A. S. Pealor Snnday. Mrs. Lottlo Lewis has been visiting a few days with her brother, William Porter nnd family. Mr. Scott Fletcher was the guest of Itobort Rlnehnrt Sunday. Mrs. H. J. Shrumplln was the guest of Mr...

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

Bigg ryyi. - imw .. t, fl-p.., J-. "? , -wspworv -"f jwq - ,Y T,J"r W -" Wf T, " f JS - ("? "" ' i-w i r H WSJ i i... r. V. f K v FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. DISTRICT Convention Of The W. F. H. S. Of HI. E, Church To Be Held In Mt, Vernon August 80-31 An Elaborate Program Has Been Prepared A Missionary From China To Be Present And Will Deliver Addresses During The Session The lollowlng Is the program for the ML Vornon District Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of tho Methodist Episcopal church to bo hold In Mt. Vernon on August 30 nnd 31: Wednesday Afternoon 3:00 Devotional Services Miss Mao Gorsuch. Welcome Mrs. E. D. Barnott, Mt. Vernon. Response W. F. M. S., Mrs. C. R. Cary, Mlllcrsburg; Standard Bearers, Miss Mary Davis, Froderlcktown; King's Heralds, Miss Evelyn Miller, Mlllontburg. Repoi ts, Standard Bearers and T. W. F. M. S. Gladys Worloy, Foochow, China; Ethel Woiley, Foochow, China; Roy Worloy, Foochow, China; Alice Lacy, Shanghai, China; Carleton Lacy, Shanghai, China; Tho ...

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

"IT" ) 1nTT7(-W1W - ' . . ,yfv, fto- -T.,, . ,Ti" i. j in n-mli ; njj n ,imi, i ' -Tirrsr-vr fl'TTMWEl PAGE FOUIt THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, AUQU8T 25, 1911. fJIWWW Y yi. fr'Tj" Wk H r&- ! MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor oxnl-?Vo olxJLy i MONUMENT SQUARE Bubscrlptlon Rate 11.60 per year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0., poat offlce ns Bccond class mail mattor. PLAYS INTO INTERESTS' HANDS. Hy -vetoing the wool tariff bill Presl Oont Tnft has thrown away tho chance for certain relief from execu tive duties without holding out uny real hope for anything oeltor; without ho guarantee that even tho degree of relief promised in tho vetoed metis mro can he ngaln obtained. That a mora iiallsfactory bill can -lie obtained nSt winter there Ib no good reason to oxpect. Tho president has vetoed tho wool bill because ho says, It was not drawn by a commission. nut this Canadian reciprocity bill (a tariff bill) was not drawn by n commission. Ho signed that. And tho odoroim Tnft-Aldrlch...

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

V FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1911. TXX DEMOCRATIC BAlTCnSJt PAGE FIVE. i .r ir l 4? 5 TEPHEN AIT. VERNON AT END HEED UP WALTER CLEVER AND HORTENSE SHAFER OF BELLVILLE Marched Them From Park To A Corn field At Revolver's Point AND ATTEMPTED Thwarted In Design By Young Lady's Companion Who Burls Clod Of Dirt At Tbe Assailant Striking His Eyes And Temporarily Blinding Him They Then Proceeded To Severely Choke Wolford Their Grip Being So Power ful That Death Resulted Couple Not Detained By Tbe Police Authorities Wolford Well Known In Mt. Vernon And Had Bad Criminal Record Mansfield, O. Aug. 24 8tephen Wol ford, a Mt. Vernon tailor, aged about 30 years, was choked to death at 7:30 o'clock last evening by Walter Clever of Bellvllle, O., while the latter was defending the honor of Miss Hortense Shafer, a pretty young school teacher, also of Bellvllle. The affair caused more excitement than anything that haB occurred here for many years. Mr. Walter Clever and Miss Shafer came to Mansfield yesterday...

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

jiij IT 1 I-. y tTKv3H$&yyfF&m -TTWTy'!!')'yy'ny"'" f "r'wnv!iPflBgp THE tfEMOOKATJLO BAWJNJEJh FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1011. PAGE TWO. ILIIHIWBWIIW IJlTJLqHmJIiWMmWBWMlBWXWlIIIJMrilllMKMPMtW If I i-r TrvHjjFET "npBT .-- - ','pr ' "' "T!n11rTF annonnni PLEA PROGRAM FARMERS 0 425s am nHBB Ymkv 43Srv Eaw mw imP m iW "11JWIL" The Subject Of A Fine Ad dress By Dr. HuIIey At The Teachers' Institute Monday Afternoon flls Talk Jas Concerning The "Bad Pupil" Said Children Are Not Ail Good At First "They Are Innocent Not Good" But Monday Afternoon Mondny ntternoou hcbhIoii was opcu -cd by flinging, Mra. Uakcr boing at tbo plnno. Dr. Ilulley'd addroHS was on "Tho Pupil". Ho aald bis dlsciiSBlon would deal mainly with tbo bad pupil. It's often said thai children aronllgood at first. "Thin la a faljta idea," ho said "They aro Innoconl, hut not good." Ho -discussed tbo tendencies a child baa Inherited from a long lino of ances tors nnd nlBo tho effect of his environ ment and homo training on ...

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

t!Wtyv'Wty'Wf!!flr"-'?'tf " PHIDAY, AUQU8T 25, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE 8KVKN ,r ) yy VETERANS Hold Big Parade In City Of Rochester Rochester, N. Y,, August 23 Presi dent Tnft, us the guest of tlio Grnnd Army nr-llonnl encampment, today re viewed the gray-hnlrcd veterans of tlio Civil War us they innrched thiqugh the streets of Rochester with Hags flying, , bands playing and crowds cheering. Through two miles of shad ed struts tho old canipnlgnerHofGrnnt nnd Sliermnn moved In martini array to the blnro of bands and the pipe nnd the roll of tho llfo nnd drum. Tho procession started shortly nfter 10 o'clock this morning nnd was more than four hours in passing tho review ing staid In Clinton Avenue. Occupy ing soas with the President in the reviewing stand were Governor Dlx of Now York, Mayor E'ton of Ro chester and a number of other notn blos. As each division of tho column of blue-clad veterans approached the stand the colors were dipped and each department commnnder Joined C...

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

ilF Wf 3 W1"i(fS tt W-WflW AE EIGHT UMitW HI TMX DEMOCRATIC fiAHlflB FRIDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1fi1t. 8k 1 iH,'"ooo I Speaker Clark's The Work i Criticises President Taft For Vetoes of Tariff Reform Bills WfTTTT 'H-H-H-OOQ Speaker Champ Clark, the first Democrat to preside over a house of representatives In sixteen, years, Is de cidedly of the opinion that his party has made a good record in the first cession of the Sixty-second congress. For the first time In sixteen years the Democrats have been In control of one branch of tho national government. For the first time ths Democrats havo had an opportunity to initiate legisla tion and control the action of one branch of the national legislature. Champ Clark ocouples the position which by everybody familiar with leg islative procedure Is conceded to be tho second place of Importance In the official scalo of the United States gov ernment. In the following signed article, writ ten for tho American Press Associa tion, he expresses his views of ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 29 August 1911

' f irwimpti! vQrfy0jtywW vxmfr ?- WT" wyrjprffrr jettuncre unntt r yqv" ?"! ' r" ML HI iH itM W"r PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1911. NO. 69. ESTABLISHED 183 CBIIPMI PflUP Chinese Children Learn English ROBERT LEE HENRY 1 I D I )L Rrflftl III Lift!, OlIS Pill In San Francisco Sunday School LlUllUllLll uLUllll) I H i 1 1 K 1LJ 1 i WUr ?L m U. XM Who 0ays Democratic V m. A tr R - m. m nA m m. v i 11VVUBM nmw'Q' ( - caucuses Will Be Open. ma&mK&v0m.f-m mFmMmt ..,. , anv np, mmcmmmii w:'m in tnaeavor j ,.- .. - pHMir',- J45 ;-u 'r&! f Y ';!; dF w 1 Canonsburg Horror , (Bit HijnHrv jii igirnr m Attorneys Go Over The i The Defense To Fix Blame For tails Of Conference Is Held In Jail-Heaviest Weight Of The Prosecution To Be Hurled Against The Prisoner Hie Next Few Hays-State Hopes To Explode The Sus pect's Story On Which The Defense Is BullMm , portant Witnesses About To Be Called By The Stale Richmond, Va., Aug. 28. At a pro longed conference botweon H...

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. — 29 August 1911

Iff"" "'tlTBHfEff'yff.'L.f"' ""II ' I'll '. ." 'M' ... ''.'' " jV ' ' Jn ' iSiKTTiili .ICTWtMfr. fyr " - J r"BS7Tfif5Wr ,-." ""!';, ",i.,;"V''.l't ' "''" PAGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1011. I I CRASH-THE MIGHTY WAR DECLARED SALE-CRASH WAR DECLARED SACRIFICE 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 m 9 9 Pflt Version's Ooly Genuine Bargain Sensation THE E LOTH MERSON CO m 9 9 9 9 m 9 m e 9 We are almost throwing away the smartest Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Hats. Styles of the season. People realize this. Terrific ovation is the result. Crowds continue coming! Crowds continue buying! Crowds telling their neighbors! And crowds of neighbors are also attending this Great Closing Out Sale! All of which help us to clear tables, shelves and stockrooms by date building must be vacated. Other dealers may put out a few catchers here and there to make a show of competing with this sale, but there can be no real competition, for this house is offering everything in eveiy department at a loss too...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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