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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 September 1911

Ii.m-.vctJ Vffifllji'iyriy lyifc yjij "ttAi.ic q r J? FRIDAY,, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911 OFFICERS Elected By The Council Of The II. P. Church The Tlrflt M. P. church council, nn organization of tlio men of tho church, inot in regular session Monday even ing nnd the uetni-nnnual election of ofllcera took place. Tho following were elected: President A. B. Joncn. Vlco I'residunt Wm, R. Sleeuinn. Secretary K. Johnosoii. Assistant Secretary Wm. Sutton, Treasurer- U. Q. McCoy. A very interesting courso of study of the church s being pursued to which ull interested in tho church aro invited, Regular meetings will be held on the first Sunday evening of each month. It was also decided that the council would give si supper on the evening of October 24th, to which tho public are Invited. 1 Id (Ming Soon Will Be Taken By Men Columbus, 0 Sept. 19 Men Ujub far have not taken up domestic sci ence at tho Ohio State University, but according to Prof. Alfred Vivian, they are bound to lo so. "The time is com...

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 September 1911

:?M ii3Saaxa4aria"' , EIGHT ''TmixiMMw TffiE BiMOOBATKJ BAOTBR. FRIDAY, SEPTEMREfl 22, 101 1. & fOUTICS NOT i. ON PROGRAM fait Talks Peace and Arbitration at Marquette. SHEETED BY MONSTER CROWD President Hears Representative Young Wade Into Insurgent Republicans nd Himself Praised by Senator Townsend, Who Urges People to Reward Executive's Patriotism. Man Climbs Pole to Tell Dlntln Sulshed Visitor "He Is All Right." Marquette, Mich., Sept. 21. Ap proaching to within 00 mllos of tho "Wisconsin border, President Taft Hade his nearest stop to the homo f insurgency. lie was Introduced for the principal address by Rep resentative Young of this congres sional district, who made the prcsl--dent's appearance the occasion lor a ikltter attack upon "the spurious pro vCreSBlveneHs of shifty politicians, at "which cynics smile and angelr. woop." "TMa introduction was made by tho -ongrcssinan to some 8,000 of his constituents at a mass meeting. Tho affair was held beneath a big tent on the s...

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. — 26 September 1911

yfMjiiirijpiTiiijiaa "Mi twtmt unmt. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1911. NO. 77. ESTABLISHED. 1836 VTr m "m -m w M 1? BROKERS SPEND DAY IN TOMBS Eight Caught Id Gef-Ricli-QuicK Shop Former Treasurer Of United States Implicated In Opera tions Conducted By Jared Fiagg, Jr., Whereby In vestors Were Guaranteed Fifty-two Per Cent On Their Money-Government Sleuths Say Gir) Can Throw Light On Business Of Firm New York, Sept. 25. There are likely to be several developments to day in the case of Jared Flagg, Jr., the 52 per cent stock expert, Former United States Treasurer Daniel N. Morgan and the sis other men ar rested In the raid on Flagg's broker age offices, all of whom spent Sun day In the Tombs: Postofllee Inspectors, while pleas ed with the capture of the eight pris oners within the space of as many minutes, aie not quite satisfied yet. Two more men and one woman will have to be found and questioned be fore, the government detectives will .regard their work -as...

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. — 26 September 1911

Tfy" " 'BfHM'Hlitt '.ii1 '" " i V ' :t'T" 'ill; f WUC TWO, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. LAST OFFJAP lit. Gilead Will Be By Tbe Abandonment New York Police Believe They Have Chief of the Black Hand Children Cry for Fletcher's UYJ ' i ,.1 Mkn Convention Of Mex ican War Veterans Schedule Of How To 1 By The Ounce miff'THe" ACCURATE ..' ID Probably Occur Next Year f&cions Records Placed In Vaults Of State1 (Columbus Dispatch.) Bowed with the weight of more than thrco score years and ten, but with SP&txIotlc fervor undiminished, three heroes of the Mexican war, who also fought in tho Civil war, Thursday morning commlttced to the care of the Ereat stato of Ohio the precious rec 'ords of tho National Association of Veterans of tho Mexican war. These records now repose In a .strong box in tho office of the adju tant general at the state house, where, Jot all time to come, thoy will re aaln In the archives of the state. Tfaeso records tell of Monterey, In Septem...

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. — 26 September 1911

jsatffig'flMW w jigwfaftvt K TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PASC THftCIfc JT us h, ? SHORT 125,000 Will Be The City Under A 1 Per Cent Levy According To Figures Of Budget Commission Rate In Some Townships About One-Half Per Cent PROGRAM For The Annual Reunion. Of ' The 60th 0. V. I, To Be Held Here Next Tues day And Wednesday The Last Will Of Clara Phillips Filed In Probate Items Of Interest From The Temple Of Justice The budget commission, consisting of County Auditor Young, Prosecuting Attorney Cromley and Mayor Mitchell Is still in session at the county court house and It will be the first of the week before they complete their la bors. The members of the commission re port that in going over the figures of the city and the townships that throughout the county the tax rate will be less than one per cent and in some of the townships It will be one- half per cent However, the city rate will be up to the one per cent and there will probably bo a deficiency of $2...

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. — 26 September 1911

" v f)f,WI T 'W-ntffWfifit - ,- ' y. P'!TVT''T "',-r A PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 19lt. i ift SI 1 5H' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor Sloxcxl'-'tTroolacJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rnto $1.50 por year. Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0 post offlco ns second cloet mail matter. THOMAS R. SHIPP Executive Secretary of Cshstrvatlon Congress. CONSERVATIONISTS MEET Delegates Flock to Kansas City by the Thousands. Kansa.3 City, Sept, 25. It Is estl- Ynated by Thomaa II. Shlpp, oxocu- tlvo Becrctary of' Uic third' annual con8firy,a,tifln . ttnBrcrts;..;wlucJf.l ouom: horq tjQihiy for a throo-day soshIoii, that fully 1C.000 doiogatos will bo in attondancc. Tlio 'local nrrauiToiuciitfl are In chargo of tlio Commercial club, which has left no Btono unturned to make the meeting a uuccenu. Trainman 'Killed. Pittsburg, Sopt, 26.-H)iio Irillnman was killed and, 'four oth'crH Injured when a Pennsylvania (Iyer was hit hy a cut of cars whllo it us hold in the Lar...

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. — 26 September 1911

HWWWyMJlW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIV ? W LLL LANDED IS IN PENITENTIARY Fugitive is Apprehended At Colum bus Sunday Afternoon AFTER A CHASE OF TWO WEEK officers were Just about a tulnuto be hind Leo In a saloon on Town street Leo bad Just finished drinking a glass of beer and Bet the empty glass down and departed by a rear door when the officers entered the front door. Thursday night Sheriff Parker was advised by the Columbus ofllcers to re turn to Mt Vernon us It hnd been tip ped off that a number of Lee's friends wore watching the movements of the sheriff and It was thought, that the plain clothes men would stand a better chance of capturing the fugitive Detectives Shelenbargor and Norrls continued their scaich on Saturday and Sunday learned the location of Lee's, room. They Were not long In finding tlio place and Lee was arrest ed In his room. They Immediately telephoned Sher iff Parker that the chase for the man was over. KnifE. letter Written To...

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. — 26 September 1911

"5S!!5?r''w5 TW " -wbss c, 'o i c Y IPAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE3DAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. V Wffl B'W ORONKEN WITH FALSE D0CTRIN Wan Worships Pleasure Rattier Than Reveres God, THE DAY DAWN IS UPON US, 'Pastor Russell Proclaims the Rising Sun of Righteousness Will Soon Scatter tho Clouds and Reveal tho True Character of the Creator Di vine Justice and Love Will Be Made dear to Human Vision. Jersey Olty, N. J.. Sept. 21.- P an tor Russell's address at tho Op era House was tlio event oC the day. Ah usunl he had the closest atten tion and a crowd ed house. Ilia text was, "Lovers of pleatturc more than lovers of God; , having a form of godliness hut de nying tho powor thereof. From such turn away." (II Timothy III, 4, 5.) Ho said: Our text could scarcely apply hotter to present-day conditions If St. Paul had written the Words this very day. The world seems to ho going plcasure torad. Very evidently wo are lit the "perilous times" uictilioucd in the con text. It Is proper (hat 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. — 26 September 1911

' t W;v 'tWTr$-v -r jo-.Vf-wr m"it 'crr - r "!jp r TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2C, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAOE 8EVKM :.r V FAST Is Set In Tbe Cbase For M. T. Lee Columbus Defective Finds Lee's Empty Glass ; But The Drinker Makes Good His Escape Columbus Officers Are Dot On His Trail And A Capture Is Predicted in' Short Time (Columbus Journal) To columbus the taunt for Michael Lee, missing Mt. Vernon murderer, has ben transferred, after a chase that ha covered several counties. Leo wai sentenced to servo five years In prison by Judge Wickbam, who suspended the sentence. This sus pension recently was lifted. Lee was convicted last spring of poisoning the chief witness? against him in a bootlegging case. The 1ast few days have been more than exciting for the convicted man. He has been closely pursued, driven out of hiding place after hiding place In Columbus, but neither a detective, Sheriff Parker of Knox county nor the Columbus police force can put their hands on him. He just dlsap pear...

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. — 26 September 1911

." mfil'-w "" ' fljjjr j ' '' ii 1ME ElQrlT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1911. Ian affair OF HONOR By THOMAS R. DEAN Cepyrleht by Amt rlcnn Press Aso cintlon, 1911. i Tho civil -war gave tboso who .par ticipated In It all the fighting they wanted for many a year to come in tlecd, for the rest of their natural 3lve& hut it left its effects in a differ. nt "way on many boys who were too .young to fight for the Union. Ptter irlton was seventeen years old when ""too Confederacy collapsed, and ho ever -lifter Tcgretted that tho fight hadn't Tbeen kept up long enough for him to -(Set u swell of powder. When Peter was twenty-one this wplrlt developed with a dcslro to take part in n duel. IIu maintained that '-affairs nmong gentlemen would better e nettled by the code than by bloody noses, though why blood coming from a placowhoro there is little or no dan user rather than one where death may le instantaneous did not appear in '.Peter's logic. lie mistook himself. '.Sli...

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. — 29 September 1911

p'J lt)tw jjl!ipv tUjWTOTywww. ml"wr' ""pn"' wS.-;"r' '.-afr-'j )? -v " 'iStp w5?jjj mjuttwc; attn? PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1911. NO. 78. ESTABLISHED 1836 "-LTOtJWWii;i!f);jr'ntyv'iw'W''t wi ith mh Y TURKS IGNORE ITALY'S DECREE Land Troops, Guns At Warships Do Not iDterfere War Spirit Prevails Through out Itiliai Provinces And People CbeerlReservists As They Flock To Barracks-Other European Coun tries Fear General Conflict May Result-Turkey's Reply To Ultimatum Unsatisfactory TNirin, Sept. 28. Passing within flow and within gunshot of the Ital Ian warships, the Turkish transport Bena entered the harbor at Tripoli land landed about 100 soldiers, sev eral cases ot rifles and ammunition and a large quantity of barley. The Dernu was not even followed by any of the warships. Two views of the failure to inter fere with the Derna are taken by the Italian press. The ilrst is, that to have done so would havo been an act of piracy, as the vessel sailed be fore 1he ...

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 September 1911

yyjftTfey7tKfqVfy r'?T ' ff-?yr17'Tfffr;yg' fjr . " t 3ffBpHft T'AflWr-- maii'ufiriM irarT liiiVi'ni'- ' rv"" A A TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1911,. 14, FREDERICKTOWN "Miss Hazel Zelg of Mnrlon, Ohio, Is Visiting her brothers, Mr. Frank and Mr. Fred Zelg of this place Mrs. O. H. Hyatt and family, who lavs been visiting relatives In Co isfcocton, returned home this week. Mrs. C. J. Lovell Is entertaining her s&otber and sister. Mr. C. J. Ixivcll rejurned. from his ttrip to Pennsylvania on Friday last. ' Mrs. Laura Wensell visited friends in Gallon the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Kamey and Mr. and ".Mrs. Fielder of Newark, Ohio, nro quests of Miss Amy Tlnmoy and Mrs, lAura IUgby In this place. Mrs. Thos. Hambly who has been flaking friends in Gambler, left on Monday for n two months visit at her old homo in Gambler. Mr. Israel Peters and family of 'Cleveland visited last week with Mr. I P. llolllbaugh, also Mrs. Flo Dar ling and Mrs. .James Couter. Mr. Karl Laf...

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. — 29 September 1911

fl FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29lh, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRKft. vr The Care of j'tU ! THE TEETH This Is an Important matter. Tho loeth should bo well clcaucil evory day, and If taken caro of nt tho proper time will save much troublo and cxpenso. Our line of tooth-brushes and tooth preparations Is unusur passed. Tooth brushes 10, 15, 20, 25, 35c. ALL BRUSHES GUARANTEED Tooth Paste Tooth Powder Tooth Soap Tooth Wash Tooth Silk Tooth Picks TAUGHER'S Drug Store Ecst Side Public Square. GUESSNG On Soviiuj UnderJPncIPer Cent Tox Law Not Necessary, As Yon Can Learn From Records Total Expenditures Can Not Exceed Those Of 1910 tho record ho mtido In his old position. rm Mni4XMi Tho saving habit is easily acquired it's a habit and a good one. Start a weekly savings account with us and see how rapidly your savings will ac cumulate. Don't waste your money save it. We pay interest on your sav ings account and will appreciate your business. The Citizens' Building & Loan Association WM. H...

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. — 29 September 1911

jayssSgsrS "twwjfr" I tTTvJ THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1911. PAGE FOUR MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor O330JL'-",C7"OOlSLly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 11.60 por year. Entered at Uio Mt. Vernon, 0., post office as second claea mull matter. POLLY Frightened Burglar Away And Is Given Reward MISS Mansfield Man Believed To Have Been Killed By A Train In This City Is Belief Bf Brother ECONOMY Mnsslllon, Sept. 27 Thomas Davis, i theatre manager, today gave Polly, Ills pet parrot, three hearty meals of sunflower seed, the bird's choice dish, as a reward for having saved his prop erty from theft last night, when burg' lars entered the bbuso In Davis' ab sence. Davis was away, his wife was alono on tho second floor and I'olly was combing her realliers for tho night, when a thief raiscd a window In tho sitting room and crawled through. Volly heard the Intruder and begun to vcrcam. The burglar fled, fell over a chair, but escaped through the win tlow. Mrs. D...

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. — 29 September 1911

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1911, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, PAQE FIVlfc wnmmmma&A TV ! j j4 j ! j j ! j j. MORGAN CENTER J tj ft J Mr, Jacob HayB was romlnded of his 86th birthday anniversary when tho bugglctl and automobiles began to drlvo up to tho old homestead last Sun day raorrilng, September 24. Mr and Mrs, Jacob Hays aro the paronts of nine children, live boys and four girls, nil of whom were present, namely! Mrs. Frank Wolfe and C. A. L. Hays of Gambler, O.j Mrs. Ida Drown and C. W. Hays of Mt, Vernon, O.; Mrs. Tllllo Clutter of St. Louisville, O.; Mr. Clom Hays of Nowark, O., Mr. Ed. Hays of Utlca, O., and Mr. G, Q. and Millie Hays, who reside at homo. Thoro are nineteen grandchildren and four gieat-ginndchlldrcn of this fam ily. As the noon hour approached all assembled on the beautiful lawn, with well-filled baskets and a table was prepared and fifty-two persons par took of the sumptous dinner. Those present out of the Hays family were Mr. and Mrs. Hex Dell, Mr. Lee A. Dell,...

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. — 29 September 1911

ijf-jimatiwhi.i i, hi TTTlHiti I, i . ,.iWMLW nil,, !'-' " A ACE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1911. iWimWMMtlMWM" T" .i.t .'nn "i"T" WMmnawiM ft ' U CONTRACT let For More Pike RoaO Near Centerborg Pike Rood From Village To Delaware Co, Lioe "Will Be Completed In A Very Short Time Two Wills Are Filed Id Pro bate, Tuesday Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice 811 Session Of The City Council Monday Night Money Transferred From One Fund To Another ATTACKED A Woman On The Streets Of Columbus Man Claiming To Reside In Mt, Vernon The comnilKHloucrs ot Knox: county in weekly session on Monday awarded a contrnct for 0-10 ot a nillo ot plko road In Hllllar township to Gcorgo N. Jackson for a eonnldoraUwi of J4.200. CO, Whon this plko in completed there will bo a plko road from Conlorburp: to ' the Dolnwnro county lino. The Fawectt Will Tho last will and testament of John Fawectt, late of Harrison township, hns been lllcd ta probate. Ity tho terms of the will' ho...

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. — 29 September 1911

THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FAQE 8ZVKM FRIDAY, BEPTEMBEFt 29th, 1011. 10 ASYLUM Man Who Lost Memory Wil Be Sent then be eligible: F. A. Cnrr, Charles Weathcrhoad, Sherman 9, Clark, An dre Cook, Jack Ayera, James Mulllns auU William Thompson. QUARRELED i Danville, Intl., Sept. 2C The "lost identity ' man who was placed In Jail here six weeks ago to prevent him from committing suicide, and who claimed to have escaped from a deten tion house in Cincinnati, but could not remember his name or the name of the hospital, has been declared a person of unsound mind by a commis sion of physicians, and he will be sent to an asylum. Ilia trouble, according to the doctors, ifa aphasia. His' mind is clenr as to things that occurred years ago, but he 'ins no memoiy ns to the present. When the finding of the com mission was oiado known to the man ho had an attack of "brain storm" and broke up everything In the Jail he could get his hands on. The man furnishes a curious psy chological 3ludy. Ho Is educate...

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. — 29 September 1911

pt jpn'" M itjrfAHtyf?- TnVfr w-ijrnr7' Xr ' X1 T5pT 'r?ffp?Wpipf8f A ClfiHT THE DEMOCRATIC BAHHlSt. FllrtJAY, 8E"TEWieEn 29th, 111. SBOIT LOCALS 'Butte. 28c; eggs 24c. HBr, upto-duto tailoring. Qcm Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tf tf tl dough for sewing, machines. Chinese Lilly bulbs at Woolson's 'fetaro. Mr. George True of Detroit is visit Ting Mr. and Mrs. George D. Neal. Monte Carlo Girls, Park tonight. Fresbyterlnn food sale, Simons' gro rjery Saturday afternoon at 2:30. "Ajax" Cold Tablets, 25c. Scrib bler's. Dr. B. F. Humbert -went to Gambler "Thursday morning to spend the day. An elevator boy is wanted by the "3. 9. IUngwalt Co. tf Mrs. Frank Wolfe and Miss Ma "Haugcr of Howard spent Wednesday With friends In Mt. Vernon. Miss Tleatrlx Kennedy of Mt. Ver non went to Gambler Wednesday to 'enter Harcourt for the coming year. Two plain drunks were fined $5 anil costs beforo Mayor C. A. Mitchell on 'Thursday morning. Tulips, Crocus and Hyacinth bulbs -at Woolson's store. Mrs. Sidney Con...

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. — 3 October 1911

T"1" '"WJUfWIP ""wjii- ? -T-TVl,-! $tttju& P .:' ,' (i i 'i MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1911. NO. 79. iff: i PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABIslSHED 1836 . i TAFT SPECIAL FOLLOWS FLOOD Throne Room In the Vatican, Where Pope Receives Visitors r M&uni$w&fy tfe Wmxntv. jp w i u nil lu if irLij 1L1 If if 1 11 r sly llLllliL K ? I Dam reaks Letting Hot f Of Water Austin, Pa JsMassi of Wrecka DEATH LIST DECREASES Will Not Exceed 300 Persons at the Outside, PROPERTY LOSS $6,000,000 Business Men Are Bankrupt and Prosperous Little Village Will Not Be Rebuilt. Fire Alarm Instead of Flood Warning Kept Many From Es caing With Their Lives. Austn, Pa., Oct. 2 Revised esti mates of the number of persons kill ed when the dam at the Baylisa Pulp and Paper company's plant, a mllo and a half north of hero, broke and let a deluge of water down through the nanow valley, are greatly re duced from the figures originally given out and It is not now belloved that the number will run above 800 and...

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. — 3 October 1911

wwntH'yvy". Tr"'rf "twit " lT"fl' Vl"f" IV 'TfT -rr 'V''tr7,Y'j?s,5t',nrv''V -nfgpfl wmwmmi iftWFif ' I -V9MK TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 19 M i in r r,vrrwv r ' ff"','T,rtTT,rpfSrtr ' 5 r i ' IB TROOPS SINK TRANSPORT In pn Rocks Rather Than Surren der lo Italians Destroyer Sent To Bottom-War Officiolly Declared By Italy When Sultan's Government Falls To Satisfy Demands Made In Ultimatum-Soldiers Of Victor Emmanuel Land At Tripoli And Otiier Points Dn Coast, Which Is Effectually Blockaded Working men Protest E$te&i4&WSt ? CASUS BELLI. Nw York, Sopt. 30. The Iron 's bit betweun Turkey and I Inly Y Jatm back to S78, when, with y tho mnlrinx of tho treaty con cluding the nimso-TurklBli war, the powers aro uiidrrstood to have iigraxl to permit Italy u "pacific penetration of Tripoli," Turkey cl.itmi that thin right has been respected ever since. July linn colonized Tripoli until lior IntorestM thtro are very great. Shu hsi mnortrd, how over, that her subjects...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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