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

3F w 'tWW P ' !tt' Tf'?V'wffjlHwpWJ TUESDAY SEPTEMBER, 5, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN BmmmmmBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 3 .' J i MPARTAL Enforcement Of The Tax Law Of Ohio Requiring Assessment Of Properly At Its Value Again Demonstrated Oy State Tax Commission Congressional Poll Shows Harmon The Favorite City Solicitors Would Throw Scare Into People Columbus, O., Sept, 1. New figures announuced by the State Tax commis sion show that that body Is Impartial, ly enforcing tho law requiring all property to bo assessed at Its true valuo In money. During Republican administrations tho size or tax payments by corpora tions was regulated largely by the 8lzo of the contributions to G. 0. P. campaigns. But this is no longer true. Tho work of the tax, commission demon Btrets it is not. An announcement some time ago showed that railroad property valua tions had been enormously Increased. Recently the valuations of waterworks plants, heating and cooling compan ies, artific...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 September 1911

mu-uin'" 'V'W' "mmnnuuUMimt umMMktwMimMmi0tiimri0mmMmlm fp if "7 tx A WM EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1911. "95F" t V. ' 4 i - 3 a F12AMK GOTCM Rotalna Ttt of Cani Wrestler of the World. RUSSIAN LION EASY PREY FOR FARMER 6olcii Keeps Hackensctimidt From Wrestling Honors. Chicago, Sept. 5. Georgo Ilnckcn chmldt, tho Ituhhlan lion, outfought at ovory point, laid down his hopo of the world's wrestling championship to Frank "itch. Tho first fall came la 14 minutes, 18 10 seconds on a re 'verse body hold and writ lock. The second fall came In E minutes, 32 1-5 cond, Gotch using his famous too JkoM that -on him tho championship t&reo yearn uko. Hackenschmldt, untralnod, was hog lat. Ho had no chance whatever. He vu a bocton man when he entered the ring. Gotch, trained to the min ute, and scorning the acme of phyn leal perfection, heat HackeiiBchmldt at every i n of the gams. Die mas terful strength which Hack was sup posed to poBHesH did not show to nil vantage 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. — 8 September 1911

HwUiWr mJQM yprrf? lniri3fiififniST?:8?y- 'tmmtulit wmtv. PRICE TWO CENT8 MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT 8, 1911. NO. 211. ESTABLISHED 18M J& I'! r K. K AY HE SAW WOMAN Eleventh Hour Witness Appears In Beattie Case Wendenburg Probes Story-May Have Case Reopened And Body Of Victim Disinterred-lnformant Writes That Wiiiie Oe Was Hunting Lost Cow Je Witness ed Tragedy On Midlothian Turnpike-Bribed To Leave County, But Is Conscience Stricken . Richmond, Va., Sept. 7. Startling evidence, which came to Prosecutor Wendenburg in the form of a letter, may render necessary the reopening of the Beattie trial to admit the tes timony of a man who declares that ho -was an eye witness to the murder of Mrs. Beattie on the night of July 18. So strongly does the prosecutor be lieve in the truth of the information he has received that he has vlred the authorities of unothor city to co-operate with a lawyer there in the exam ination of a man who states that he witnessed the murder. Today Wendenburg...

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 September 1911

BTmanimnuMiium iWTWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911. IHWCMWWflWBWflll REPORTS If Tie Conference Year Of Tiie U P. Church lire Read At The Fourth Quarterly Conference filch Was Held At Church Tuesday Evening BIG DITCH TO HELP SHIPPERS Will Make Heavy Slash In Trans continental Rates, HOW CHINA UNDERBID AMERICA A Balance Shown In Treas ury Of The Church Report Of The Pastor Most Interesting SHOUT LOCALS The following reports, covering tho conference year, were rend at tho 4th Quarterly Conference of tho Mulher- tj- street Methodist church, held Tuesday evening, September 5: Pastor's Report. Statistical report of the pastor of the M. P. church for tho conference year ending Soptembor 5: Accessions Full membership 21 Probationary membership .... 17 Dismissals Deceased 11 By letter 8 Number of members ,now on roll. 49!) Baptisms Adults 7 Children 20 Services held Regular 329 Extra 130 Funorals 41 Total COO Number of WeddlngB 37 Number of visits and calls 1250 Treasurer...

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 September 1911

.'rl.,-3tjjK, r '- ly.'' .immrft mt- i. -,.vr-?.-j3-. prrSU ' 1 ' l iP t, j ! " ,' , -J t ""rtftyff" '" 'i1'" '-n? Friday, September a, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THUMt h ft y fc IsV BERMONT Nominated For Mayor On Democratic Ticket Winning Over Others By A Plurality Of 21 Clias A. Mitchell is Nominat ed By The Republicans Mill, Strang And Devin On Republican Side Are Nominated For Of Education Board The primaries on Tuesday passed off very quietly in Mt. Vernon, very little interest being taken except in the race for mayor on the Democratic and Republican tickets and the race for board of education on the Republi can ticket where there wore contests. The result of the primaries shows that there were 174 Democratic votes caBt in the city and 712 Republican votes. ' It was expected that the Socialist vote would show up strong, but the vote cast by this party was exceeding ly light at the primaries, however the Socialists have almost a full ticket in the field. In die race for 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 September 1911

QfTWWSi&ttBejii ....jrAAi-f.:.1.j. f.mil'Br.V Tr", ..-'"Tn" ri"j..-if--l fliJLt i ""i i nuM rrtrr'jur'v t,y.v 'wbh.1 'VVjr-Vi'T'V "'" 1iV -""' t'1 "yfy"il?T''w-'',,'rT,tirv ry ? !&. - t PAGE FOUR MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor GonadL,W"oolsJ.3r 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Hate $1.60 per year. Entered at the Mt. Vernon, O., post office aa second clasa mail matter. Squad Out For Practice At Riverside School To Have Good Team This Year Tho first football practice of tlie season was held by the local high school squad at Riverside park on AVcdnesday afternoon. The rosult of tho afternoon was vory encouraging and it wns shown, that, In addition to the old men who will ho In tho llno-up this year, there w(ll ho a lot of very good foot ball limbor from which a fast nnd successful team can be built. Tho W'ednesdny afternoon practice was not of the strenuous order, but was merely for tho purpose of gottlug tho men together and to encourage a spirit which is necessary to a...

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 September 1911

t'ff' I"-- -s.,,. . -J' lfri1lfTr"Vt'?v"' -t-v..- ,w.T,j, wr i A-., tt-mt rrm wr A,. "---M.r -Tl tfr -- -"ftvt''f'Ttpiw Hyiy")-V ! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 19H. EXCELLENT Talk Given By Mr. Edwin Slough Of Mansfield At The Luncheon Of The Citizens Association At The Curtis Hotel On Wednesday Evening "Unity Of Purpose" Subject Of His Address Tells Members How To Get New Industries Merchants, professional men and bankers gathered about the banquet table nt the Curtis Hotel Wednesday evening at half after six o'clock the occasion being tho annual luncheon of the Mt. Vernon Citizens Association. On this occasion the association had as a guest of honor, Mr. Edwin G, Slough of Mansfield, a prominent real estate and insurance man, and secre tary of the Mansfield Chamber of Com merce. Mr Slough's address was very inter esting and entertaining. It was rather a practical talk to the association members and was full of sensiblo"do's" and don'ts" which should be of much value to the Mt. Vernon assoc...

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 September 1911

mwwsu -X 1 "HPTTT1"""""'" -v--' f...d,...,.,..j r .AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1011. ftartinsDurg droop oi Presbyterian Churches By Ozro R. Newcomb, Minister.) Martinsburg The nov. Warren H. Wilson, Ph. D., superintendent ot the department of cliurch and country life, will speak at tho 1'rcsbytorlan church Sunday morning, September 17th. Dr. Wilson is ono ot tho foie most men of our denomination. It was with real pleasuro that wo opened our church for tho public M-eddlng of Miss nianche Tillon lo tho ltov. Karl Hull on Wednesday wonlng, August 30th. A union meeting for Dr. Wilson id being nranged for tho ovenlug of Sep tember 17th. Bladensburg We miss our former faithful church workers, Mr Guy Tay lor and wife. Mr. Taylor has been ap pointed deputy clerk and has moved to Mt. Vernon. Tho prayer meeting is to havo a "fall opening" the first week-of Octo Iter. Program later. Millwood Tho ladies of tho Aid society have served Ico cream in the basement of the chur...

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 September 1911

wmmTB '- -ff -ri-i --"wn'i"!frr Mi - -n-- if FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER B, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. 1A tivm RELEASED SHOOTS WIFE IN ARM DOES COLUMBUS ACTOR New Head of the G. A.R.Waa With Sherman on His March to the Sea ..l CAPTURED Are Tlic Improvements Additions COMPLETED BURGLAR ROM PEN Iff v 4f . , 1 uWii . A y To Tbe Quarters Of Dowds Dry Goods Co. Dandling Of Business Greatly Facilitated Is The work in connection with the extensive addition nnd improvements at the store of the A. A. Dowds Dry Goods company which has been tinder way for several months, has been completed and the company is now oc cupying the additional space that has been provided for the necessities of their business. The principal addition has been the building of a third story, giving a large room,GF feet square. This room is used exclusively for carpets, rugs, cur tains, draperies, window shades, mat tings and linoleums. The room is ex ceedingly well lighted, almost the en tire east and west sides being occupied...

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. — 8 September 1911

IWK EIGHT HWHIIIIHI.IM THE DEMOCRATIC BAHNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1011. K fe. I MRS. THURSTON Noted Authoress Found Dead In Cork Hotel. NOTED AUTHORESS DIES body of Mrs. Thurston Found In Ho tel Room at Cork. Cork, Ireland, Sept. 7. Kathorlno Cecil Thurston, author of "Tho Mas querador," "Tho Gambler" and othor books, was found dead In a hotol &er. Mrs. Thurston had been living quietly slnco her divorce, from her Author husband, Ernest Templo Thurston, whom she married in 1901. In 1907 Thurston left his wife, declar ing that for the purposes of his liter ary work it was necessary for him to Co to the very bottom of society. He took up his residenco in tho Soho quarter with another womnn. KINKEAD READY TO SENTENCE DIEGEL Hogan Says Guilty Furnish De fense Fund, ' 'Columbus, O., Sept. 7. Tho guilty xnen "higher up" have boon furnish tag the mnnoy for the defense of Rod msy J. Dlogel, convicted go-between In legislative bribery duals, was tho declaration of Attorney General Ho nan...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

yrirpier ' ;$j' r 'w?iy;r' jT'tl!,Fyfr ' ' Tlr"1 . t 11 .. ' ' "JHrr nik 5 , . 4 ,M jew0jfirai Kim PBIOl TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1911. NO. 73. ESTABLISHED 1KM V I ) HARMON DENOUNCES TAFT'S TARIFF STAND CALLS ASTOR World's Longest Single Span Re-enforced Concrete Bridge U y 'I'wwW'jiiytg.w 9 H FOURTEEN DIE IN SHIPWRECK Crew Refuses To chooner Burns To Water's Edge Other; Vessels Stand By To Rescue Sailors, But Are Warned Of Banger-Big Gasoline Tank Explodes With Terrific Violence As Men Are On Point Of Taking To Small Boats Carried Cargo Of Mahogany. From South American Port Port Limon, Costa Rica, Sept. 11. The schooner Whisper, with a cargo or mahogany, burned to the water's edge 100 miles off the Nlcaraguan coast and went to the bottom. The entire crew of 14 men were drowned. Captain Winston Hall or Philadelphia was in command of the Whlsoer. An explosion of a gasoline tank on board is enld to have caused the dis aster. Passing vessels, the c-ews of which wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

! ' ' , IT" -nr -tJ.T' RKAMWtaMMMmMn mmmmmmm!itmmmmikmk wmbmrnHmmmmmmm r. -V'V! ,fi A v, IfAGE TWO. jMH ... THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY", SEPTEMBER 12, 1911. WOMWMMMHMWMtdl 6 FiNO CARPENTER TO SPLICE KNOT Um John J. Astor Can Now Wed Miss Force. "Finally Discovers Mechanic Who Years Ago Presided Over Free Bap tist Congregation In Rhode tslasd Village, Whose Ideas On Divorce Question Will Not Interfere With His Performance of Marrlago Cere mony. Providence, It. I., Sept. 9. Accord tag to arrangements made with Rev. Edwin S. Straight of this city, colonel John Jacob ABtor and .Alius Madeleine Torco will bo married In Newport to 4lay. Straight was pastor of n church o long ago that very few of tho resi dents now alive enn remember It. lie has for years worked as a enrpented and builder, occasion lly supplying a pulpit for some cier eyman. Many years ago "ne was pas tor of a Freo Daptlst church In War ren, It. I. It took days of effort, during which xiost of the clergymen of Rhode Is...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

p ' "4JSrt- -''-rerm-t X TUESDAY, QEPTEMOER 12, 1911. THE DEMOORAffI.0 BANNER. PAGE THRMC " -.." iimiiMim i i mmw'.. mmjm,.m,-.. , . I DEATH Comes To The liev. Albert B, Williams Of This City At His Home Late Friday Afternoon Deceased Was Prominent in Affairs Of The Church Highly Respected Citizen Of Mt. Vernon The Funeral And Interment Sunday Afternoon The Rev. A. 13. Williams of 112 N. McKenzle street, who has been ill for some weeks -with a prolonged anaemia passed away lato Friday afternon. Mr. Williams was the son of Mr. Steven R. and Mrs. Jane Hague Will lioms of Holmes county. He was born In Holniee county, April 4, 1837, and was In his 05th year when he died. At the age of twelve he became a mem ber of the Christian, church. In 187G he graduated from Bothany college, W. Va., and was soon after ordained to the Christian ministry, and became pastor of the Christian church at Wadsworth, O. He was united in mar riage to Miss Sarah Margaret Harper a teacner m the public schools 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. — 12 September 1911

mmtuiJmtHimMtr w?W!?pr" i" alWSW v i-n-mtrfnf. IWf!'' ryflnwr I, T? T ." "w lH THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rMJE FOUR TOE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, ,1911. m niiimi H WffipWW MOUNT VERNON, OHIO K FRANK HARPER, Editor I aHoxrtl-CVoolasJLy it V k 6 MONUMENT SQUARE h " ., , ( Subscription Rate $1.60 per year. S "Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0 pot- B efflea as second clog mall matter. READY TO QUIT; HOPE FOB PEACE Shopmen on Harfiman Lines Conclude Conference. ULTIMATUM WITHIN TWO WEEKS Awarded Roy Mopes By Tlic Circuit Court (Mansfield Shield.) Tho circuit court announced several "decisions Friday In cases that havo bon heard during the week. Several -ot Uio cases arc of considerable local interest. Tho court rendered a de cision In tho cane ot Roy Mapes, who Is serving a term in tho reformatory, being sent thereby Judge Wlckham for alleged violation of. hU parole. Tho court orderfl Mapos' reloaes. Mapes entered a ploa. of-guilty to an Indictment brought against him In this county and was sentenced to...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

J M-, , f'v ' tf, -vvi n r 5 TUE8DAY, 3EPTEM0ER 12, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BARKER. PA8E FIW: "7r.p y . K FEUD Between Two Men On Ac count Qf A Woman Results In Shooting Scrape On Saturday Night "Tody" Steele Shot In Thigh By Geo. Brentlinger Steele Claims lie Was Held By John Hoop While Brentlinger Fired The Revolver At Him Qeorge ("Tody'') Steele waa the vie tlm of a vicious attack made upon htm by two mon on South Main street Sat urday ovonlng shortly before 10 o'clock, according to his story, and was shot In the right hip with a 32 calibre bullet from a revolver In the hands of George Brentllagor. The trouble start ed, it la Bald, as a result of a feud which nns existed between the men for some time on account of a woman. " At about 9:45 o'clock people on the lower end of Main street were startled, by throe revolver shots in quick suc cession und the Are from tho muzzle of a gun was soen to flash across the sidewalk. A crowd Immediately gath ered at the point of oxcltement and vari...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

v 'f ftfrjy TJt"TfEij(17W '""ijJOjjr- "r "T'ww p: i) ,"- ' ,irA 'Tn-1 PAQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1911. i t-j frKnt-vwirw "- urn issued For The Return Of Michael T. Lee Must Be in Court On Friday September 18 'Ti Speak in Own Behalf .About iiis Conduct Divorce Granted In Case Of Dunnick Vs Dunnick 'Opinions Handed Down in A Number Of Cases Uoforo Jurgo Wlckham In tlio court "of common pleas Friday morning, Presecutor Cromlpy brought up the motion, which he filed rocontly, to re voke suspension of 'sentence In tho case of Michael T. Lee, sentenced to tho 'Ohio penitentiary for manslaugh ter and for administering poison to one Charles E. Mclcnlf. After submitting the motion, Pros ecutor Cromloy inado a statement of tho niattor and stated that on July J 8, Leo had been found in a rooming houso in Mt. Vernon with a woman and later hnd bocu seen with tho samo woman In tho city of Columbus. Tho prosecutor stated that ho could bring a numbor of wltneffsod to prov...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

PiFwwWBnS55BP?55r ft s!- I TUC6DAY, &EPYEMBER 12, 1911. THE' DEMOCltATIG BANNER. PAflE 8CVRN ... . 7 s WSKINGDOMTO TOP ALL OTHERS. Messiah to Be King of Kings and Lord of Lords. THE DAY OF CHRIST AT HAND. Pastor Russoll Say That Great Day Will Witncts the Overthrow of 8ln and Death Satan Shall Do Bound, and DIvino Justice .Will Be Exocuted In tho Earth A Sermon to Biblo Studonts A Great Crowd as Usual. Mt. Lake Park, Md., Sept. 10th. The Intcrnntlonnl Biblo Students As Boclatlon hns been holding n Convqn Hon hero for more than a week; mnny able open le ers have been heard. Higher Criticism 1b at n discount amongst these Biblo Stu 1 dents. They claim that tho Internal harmonies of the Bible attest Its Divine authenticity. Amongst these earnest students are mnny who at one time were infidels. They profess greater faith than evei In the Bible as tho result of readlns Pastor Russell's books, to which juany of them were led through his sermons. Pastor Russell was tho principal speake...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 September 1911

, f-rw vV c, 'Wfjnr- TOfs-nmSWICTW'JJB "MrynK T ' rWWE EIGHT' THE DEMOCRATIC BAKN3BR. f TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1611. l ,& BJ. ) iTIMELY HINTS FOR FARMER Fattening Chickens Quickly. Many poultrymcn hove occasion to fatten their chickens quickly In order "po got them in the markets nud get Hdvantage of the rise In price. Ground )oats and barley in en I mixed with jcracklluas of no mo kind mnke nn ex cellent fattening food. J Place the food before thp birds nt tegular intervals as often ns they de tire it, hut as soon as they have par taken of it liberally and appear to Jave enough remove the trough and o not give them any more until tho feext Internal. They must not be nl lowed to l' .'it and mesa in their food all day long. Keeping the blids with jout their food for n few hours nud jbcn giving them a liberal amount of fen induce them to rat more than if led too often. I Sheep Are Easily Handled. I Sheep, if treated kindly, are ensler Utandlcd nnd moro easily trained than either h...

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. — 15 September 1911

Rpsww!5?sS fn i I . Ikff t -upr f , . , tm&tv& WXXltt. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT 15, 1911. NO. 74. ESTABLISHED 1836 DO NOT AGREE AS TO SHAKER'S GUILT Conservation Congress Will Teach Farmers Their Business 1 lit CONFESSES TO KILLING COLLH IS i Jy , Mystery Surrounding Case Suddenly Cleared "Dogface" Johnson Is Slayer-Neighbor Arrested Saturday But Discharged For Lack Of Evidence, Rearrested, Pleads Not Guilty, But Changes Mind When Lynch ing is Threatened-Calls Turnkey And IslTaken Before Court, Where Be Is Railroaded To Prison Madison, Wis., Sept. 14. Tte mys tery surrounding the kidnaping and murder of 7-year-old Annie Lamber ger, whose body wo found in the lake, wrb cleared by the confession of John ("Dogskin") Johnson, -who admitted that be was the child's mur . dcrer. Twenty-five minutes aftor he called the turnkev and decided to plead KUllty, Johnson was sentenced to life Imprisonme-it and was on his way to -the peDJlentiarx Johnson as arrested las...

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. — 15 September 1911

TW tv"W") o-Fwrw Hifff"y''vwp'WWtiiWfpWffHt!W wsfe two. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911; M ' H1K. ' imrfJr"rf " - w -wrrpn yy - A ft Lr tt KV v f i?( I I.!' 1 fu ll. mii;; Sfcslruclcd Passageway C A. & C. Station At ifli Railway Company En joins Thomas Harrington Ficm Stopping His Machine in Sucpanner M To Prevent Ingress And Egress Of Grounds Another Suit Is Added To The Divorce Docket Tho Cleveland, Akron & Cincinnati "Hallway Co. has commenced injunction "proceedings In common plena court against Thom,i3 Hnrrington, nuking that tie bo restrained from stopping Ills automobile and permitting It to Temaln stationary In the highway In -uch a position uh to obstruct tho free ingress nnil egress of ddfendunt from Its deput and grounds In ML Vcmon to tho public highway. Plaintiff says that Harrington has been operating an automobile for passenger service and alleges tliat ho has been Btopplng bis machine In such a manner as to ob struct tho dopot grounds passag...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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