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

iWTP,7Tr,rii"irByr-' rvrff ' FRIDAY, DECEMDEn 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQS 85VHN 1st, J7 NANKING'S liUiff FALL PREDICTED Desperate Fighting' In Progress In Chinese City. Are Described As Enormous-Leaders Appeal To Foreign Consuls To Mediate For Short Armistice To Enable Them To Consult About Accepting Yuan Shih Kai's Offer Of Limited Monorcby Indlctes Strengthening Of Premier's Cause Peking, Nov. 28. The lmporial force have again tho upper hand In tho Hankow district, while all Indica tions point to ultimate rebel success In the fighting around Nanking. Word was received from the Amer ican consul at Hankow to effect that after tho lmporial forces had cap tured the rebel positions tho revolu tionists fled to Wu Chang, whither they wero Uoing pursued by tho loyal troops. The losses of tho retools are described as enormous, and It is said that the fighting was of tho most desperate character. Word comes that the rebel loaders around Hankow have appealed to tho foreign consuls to m...

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 December 1911

st-r C EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER let, 1911. ;a.v.,ito.y ?. J1 6 I t r ? r H! M 1? I KM B SOME TRACE OF JOBBERS Wiio Blew Tlie Postoifice Safe At Amity Hissing Rig Is Located Near - Sparta, 0. And The "Yeggs" Were Last Seen At tiucyrus Sheriff Parker Is Busy Look ing For Robbers fjther Items Of interest From Temple Of Justice The horse and buggy which the Amity postoffice robbers stole from Samuel Simmons of Amity Monday morning In making a clean getaway after the robbery, was located shortly before 3. o'clock Tuesday afternoon four miles south-west of Sparta In Morrow courity. It was further learned that tho three robbers Walked to Marengo, f,'. or row county, where they boarded a T. &. O. C. train for Bucyrus. It further devel oped that the men left the train In that city, but that Is the last trace of them so far. Sheriff Parker rocolvotl a telephone) messaKo from tho Hhorlft of Morrow county Tuesday afternoon containing tho above Information nnd Uiu Hhorlf...

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. — 5 December 1911

, Ti ' '-1 ' I .l-M"'!!!! g-'gWWlWPT TPtiRyWHippfMljflH rnnri)w y -ft" rt?-rrj Wf rri if-r,'-t-v J "" rc tm&tt&to mmtt MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAV, DECEMBER 5, 1911 No. 97 PRICE TWO CENTS ESTABLISHED 1836 & k Lr BOILER LETS GO; FIVE ARE RILLED Steamboat Wrecked Five Miles Be low Pittsburg Eight Thrilling Rtiscues Master Among Those Hurled To Eternity When Steamer Diamond Is Blown Up At Entrance To Davis Isiand Dam In OhioRiver Body Of One Victim Found In Barge-Two Of The Wounded May Not Survive Injuries Pittsburg. Pa., Doc. 4. When the ktoamor Diamond was blown to pieces by n boiler explosion In tbo Ohio river near Davis Island dam, flvo miles below this city, Ave men, Including the master of tbo vessel, were killed, two mora injured, and eight were roscuod In a thrilling manner. The dead: Captain Edward Swaney, master of tho vessel, of this city; James Friol, deckhand, of Hazolwod, body recovered from a bargo into which it was blown; Thomas Cun ningham, fireman, of this cit...

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. — 5 December 1911

Mav- . tt JwwWtw iwwi''ii'iiiiMrwu(iiitiWi'wtiiii'rtiMiuMri; Mi in WW litBxjBMJH' W JPAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER Bth, 1911. IV. C. 0. HARVEY ftti09Qtttt9t9tf(S$ftttttl formerly Pastor Of H. P. Church Here FRANK E. KIRBY & COMPANY To Take Charge Of Large Ciiurcli in Chicago Early Christmas Shoppers aro working over time this season; for more than six weeks they have ben picking up the choice pieces of merchandise in our store. Inas much as we have been receiving goods daily we are fully prepared to take care of you. jjmmmmm9mmmmmmmmm& 1 9 9 9 (Columbus Dispatch) Rev G. O. Harvey, who alnco com ilng to Columbus throo years ngo as organizer for tho board of homo mis sions of tho Methaodlst I'roteatant church has organized Unco churches, "BalBVIBHHaMtwMHwflHlBwLiuJH REV. C. O. HARVEY Who Will Become Pastor of A Large Church In Chicago, III. ' Grnco church at Indlanola and May nartl avenues; tho First church at In dlanola and Twelfth avenues, and tho "West L...

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. — 5 December 1911

"W'WpVW'iPWW11 WvmrWmw!VtyPfr r ' "nr'7wvm to- t"v ""'IIJJH'W.'' "& democratic TUnODAY, DECEMBER 6th, 19tt. THE BANNER. PAQE THRU STOFER WILL JHILED In The Probate Court On Saturday Morning Gives His Estate Real And Personal To ilis Wife Case Taken From Probate To Common Pleas Court $ In The Matter Of Harriet CoffinberryVsSarabLCoyle Ofber Items Of interest From Tbe Court House THE PLAN For The New Charily Organ ization In Mt. Vernon I Lodge Elections I 5 ?. i w w -.. .w, ... v ww wwww mmmm mm Tho lost will and testament of John Stofer, lato of Mt. Vernon, has been filed In probate. By tho terms of the will he elves to his wife, Sarah B. Sto fer, all his 03 lato both real and per sonal. Sarah E. Storor Is named as executrix of tho will, which was signed November 11, 1911, In the presence of Lowls B. Houck and P. L. Wilkins. Motion Sustained In the case Of Harriet Cofflnberry, administratrix of Sarah H. Morgan, vs. Sarah E. Coyle, brought In the probate court for the purpose of r...

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. — 5 December 1911

. - i iimyjrtnvfruiiiiTrTTnrifr 4om MfMH,!! .r. r Tr J, , i'a - . r ""Sttr.Tfc.jaitfctw PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC' BANNER. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 1011. , C II 1 I vi,t& mm&v MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor . kxj l-'VKToolacjL'y e MONUMENT SQUARE Bntered at the &U. Vernon, 0., post ettoa as second class mall matter. SH&scrlpUon Rate 1.SB por rear. ricrfWE Tlie Banner ii8stfiIto ttttantfam to ffaa fncMhat ft ohRteo fci wado far Uio public Alton of rewtfcellonB f i-enoot, Obituary noUoca, eetJui afftkaafcH nnd Announcement trtiatontii to which an odmife fou In ehargod or which nre exvopi Jfec juMurra airing purposes, suoh a 9isivcrM, olsc. f CURIOUS eOtJM9 LIVING Furniture la qaifteiaeataavni sjt a corn aion Eskimo heno. MtaSusop of Ibu Ksklmos aroaaMttijKpitejpieaatarC, -with tno wmaawii epitsMC wfrnra me sun, tho ono ctihiOiMrfifawm tKig oa IJio sldo that ta loMtatm t lia wind. Alone tbo 1mA: WtM ntu platform, a paBofcj .taf&prtafc ceased IB Inches aboro te...

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. — 5 December 1911

yKfr'T 'v;ji?Yvt7r'- rz --rs n . v.-.,, rj- 'tVF -f yVf, 'ftfl TUESDAY, TJECEMBEn Bth, 1911. THE DEMOCRATIC BANUEB. paoe riv. '"rit,i;?W"rnrvyF W r BEALTIFUL SERVICES .1 Conducted By Tiie Elks On Sunday Evening la Ounfir Of Members Who Have Passed Away Eloquent Oration Delivered By Judge Lee firls A Member Of Cleve land Lodge No. 18 ' ' IN MEMORIAM ' W. . CulbcrUon, C H. Grant, T. E. Clark, W. H. Crumley, W. l UaEJroy, R. 8. Aikonhead, P. J. Drtfit, J. D. Ankony, I. C Lynde, E Bogardus, E. E. Casscll, J. C. Brown, J. E. Qoyle, G. M. Lawman, J. W. Dornan, H. B. Hall, J. 8. " TKjhe, U W. Oadln, W. T. 8harpo, C 8. Snow, J. Q. Rlngwnlt, Jr, H. C Wood, C. F. Brent 5 ouhhoit of thoeo brothers who fcaro p&eaod to the Groat Beyond, ML Toraoa lodge. No. 140, B. P. O. Elks told most lmprosslvo memorial oor- tIqcb bi;tholr homo Sunday evening at J o'clock. The aitoadance was qulto largo, tho lodge room bolng completely flllod. Ab tho Elks' orchestra rondorod "Old Trinity "tho members of th...

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. — 5 December 1911

-J j..., ?"lr? '! r. .. .. v...j. . i7T . ; - iimmm r' ""J"'"""" ''''"'!r'"MW'WWTWCT'r,TO"'i'"ll'"i "" ' i hitrfi iirnrimr fin ini liiifti'r n, nKgMiiiiihmwfrifrd r AGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. , I TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 1911. "'T-wisr pHmtn?umrriigMirjmwrufrw JWWBLfmjWJWlJWiTWW.WrJ PiWW ujiiiiuuDMMimiii,,! muwumuijiiiiii j-munjmniJu.iLi ( i! H ' - il u tr k . c I GRAND JURY IS RECALLED By Prosecutor Cromloy And Will (ionvene Dec. I! Some Startling Developments uy Be Expected Prominent Citizens To Be Beiore The Grand Jury Hie Gardner Will lias Been Filed in Probate fleece Gets A. Verdict From Hie HowInEtls Co. Tho grand Jury o, tho Novonibor term of common pleas court Via boon recalled by Prosecuting Attorney Cromloy to roport fdr'tfuty on 'Monday, Decembor 11. Thin is qulto an extraordinary pro ceeding and It Is rumored that a num ber of prominent men will bo boforo the grand jury and that soma start ling developments will bo brought to light whon tlio grand (jury makes KM llnnl ...

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. — 5 December 1911

TUESDAY, DECEMBER Gth, 1011. PVC6 SEVEN THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. I' r h MM t SETTLEMEHTS For Hearing In Probate Court of Knox County, Ohio, viz: NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has boon flloo 'or settlement ind will bo board on Tuesday, Deo. 12, 1911, nt 9 n. m.: Flrnt und llnal account of Ida L. Scbutto, executrix of Amanda J. Quackcnbusli. PATIllCK A DBIWIY, Probato Judgo. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account baa been filed for settlement and will bo beard on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 1911, at 9 a. in.: Third and final account of Ella A. Myers, trustco of Lulu M. Andrews et nl. PATRICK A BEMtY, Probato Judgo. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has beon filed for settlement and will bo heard on Tuesday, Doc. 12, 1911, at 9 n. m.: First partial account of Robert J. McKeo, guardian of Mabol McKoo. PATRICK A BERRY, Probato Judgo. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has boon filed for settlement and will bo heard on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 1911, at 9 a. m.: Sixth an...

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 December 1911

-"Yrttwaf m m tmumnim mtftm mykimvmJiMm M;MX'imMadtTAHM HBMMffB, fgfl Ally's in TL:',f?fl tsk jDxmooeatio BAirwxk YOeoaV, DcewtiEn K fcV ; L P im ir. TELLS TAFT TO PRESS BUTTON First Session o! Sixty-Seconti Congress Convenes, MITRE IS EXPECTED 0? IT 'Republican Form East and West ' Quiz Each Other as to Political Situation In Respective 3ectlons. Democrats Have Harder Proposi tion on Hand, as Their Presidential Candidates Are Running Dead Heat at Present "i? Washington, Dec. 4 The. first reg tilar sosalon of theSlxty-second con jprcss convened today noon. As far , as, Iho senate wasi,.aoncorncd; tlio opening was purely perfunctory, but In tho hous.o thero Is a possibility that Martin W. Littleton beforo tlio day Is over will dollvor -a promised speech on a question of personal privilege. Mr. Littleton, who Is a member of 'tho special commlttco of Inquiry Into h Unltod Statos Btcol corporation, will attack Henry D. Martin, secre tary of tho so-cnllod Anti-Trust loague, charging that...

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 December 1911

S2 r . mmtt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY) DECEMBER 8, 1911 No. 98 ESTABLISHED 1836 wtm0ttklit urn v . SLOWLY WEAV IB Federal Authorities Delve Mo McNamara Correspondence; Letters And Newspaper Clippings Teii Of Explosions And Were Required Before Secretary Of StrucfuraFIron Workers' Union Would Settle With Dynamiters For "Job" Also Show Requests Tiiat Men Be Sent To Certain Cities To Do "Job" Xndlanapohb, Dec, 7. Many Impor tant facts far the consideration of the federal grand Jury ore being obtained from the bookB, papers and letters forming a part of the records of the International Association of Bridge and Structural Iron Workers which are now in possession of the gov ernment officials, and those in charge of the investigation are posi tive that a complete chain is being woven out of the fragments that will entangle men higher up in the organ ization than the McNamaras. While some of the papers are comparative ly Innocent on their face, they form some "missing links" a...

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 December 1911

- v .? ill in I' nTf-""J"T'""'"tlll"J' "J',-f J " fy ' ACE TWO THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER B, 101T. & i r : r I ; h 5 I ! f k 5 t ft -f 'f 1 t A" '5 iii a ! 1 H Overstocked With WINTER GOOD! BIG SALE Beginning Saturday, December 2, Ending Saturday, Dec. 16. As the season has been very backward this fall and as we have bought very heavy for the winter, I we are compelled to place on sale our large winter stock at a tremendous reduction. You never had a chance before to buy a suit or overcoat, men's fur nishings and holiday goods at these prices early in the season. We have a nice clean stock from which gain and my loss. Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats Men's $10.00 Suits and Overcoats, go for. ... $ 7.48 Men's $12.00 Suits and Overcoats, go for 8.98 Men's $33.50 Suits and Overcoats, go for 1 0.48 Men's $15.00 Suits and Overcoats, go for ! 1 .23 Men's $16.50 Suits and Overcoats, go for. ... f 2.48 Men's $18.00 Suits and Overcoats, go for J 3.48 Men's $20.00 Su...

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 December 1911

"Tapi-w $" h r w FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1011. FOR WOMEN Dr. J. A. McGUl's Famous Fcmalo Suppositories Are-a famous remedy for nil female diseases Buffering Women try aSamplo For aalo by all Druggists PRICE &IJOO Coll onyoorhome druggist for book and free sample s o O CO CO o DR. COX"S Barbed Wire LINIMENT GUARANTEED to heal without leav ing a blemish, or MONEY REFUNDED. 60o and $1.00 sizes for fresh wounds, old sores, soro backs and sliouldorB.burns and bruises. 25c sizo for Family Use. DR., COX'S PAINLESS BLISTER la painless and guaranteed to .euro 8pavin, Ringbone, Curb, Sweeny. Splint, Puffs., or any enlargement of bono or musolo, or money refunded, Price 50c; rOR SALE BY AM- DRUSQtSTS A Splendid Thing to Take For that Cough is Tasgtier's While Pine cough Syrup Algoma Brand (with tar or menthol ated) 25c for full 4 oz. bottle. TEY IT TAUGHER'S Drug Store Hill Side Public 8quare 1 INSURANCE Fire, Life Health, & Accident Best farm proposition on the market. No charge for polic...

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 December 1911

Awii.hNiii;MiJiniiifi'liff"""iHi''W'f -'- 1 .iMaMiFfJWjO, JiMtntftl'fWiiwintwwiiiiii)HBpil.i. AM i iH. hi r --.n'rw Trt-' f -iTJ- "mm w 'mitw - y - - ,Wit.iinMl''n -t IGE POUR A THE DEMOCRATIC BANHER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911 ymii njfuBniiwjBituT1 miw R jiLff- rf ?! ? S. 1 r i i ( 3 i Pki ft i J 17 ii i - ' J & nuuts f VERNON, OHIO CRANK HARPER, Editor 6 uaJL- W o olacJLy t MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post office ao scoond cIom mall matter. Subscription Rate 1.E6 per year. NOTICE SAFE BL0WEKS Who Got In Their Work In Knox County Make A Big Haul Not Far From Here r The Banner again calls attention to 'the fact that a charge ia mado for the publication df "resohitlotis of respect, obltuary'Motices, cards of thanks and announcements of entertainments to which nn admission fco Is charged or which are given 'tor money-making purposes, such as suppers, etc. I 0BI1TUARY Tred Crowed Word was rcoeived -in Mt. Vernon 'Wednesday ovoalnc Of tto death of 3tfr. Fred S. Crow...

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 December 1911

1 & FRIDAY, DECEMDER 8, 1911. THE DEM0GR1STJ.0 BANKER. ONE YEA IN PEN William Maxwell Most Serve Says The Court Sentence Ordered Carried into Execution An Assignnent Of Chancery Cases Is Made to Of Wbltcber Vs Vance i! Is Comraenced Other Items Of Interest From 1 Teaple Of Jsstice Lato Wednesday aftornoon Prose eutlng Attorney L. Tate Cromloy flled a motion in common pleas court to re voke the suspension of sentence of im prisonmnent of William Maxwell on the grounds that he failed to support his minor children and secondly his asso ciation with lowd woman. Maxwell was indicted for falling to support lils minor children and was sentenced to one year in the peniten tiary by Judge Seward, but the sen tence was suspended- upon condition that ho would contribute ?4 per week towards the support of his children vand give up his asoclation with lewd 'women. This Maxwell failed to do and his arrest occurred in Lorain county last Tuesday and ho was brought to 'this city by Sheriff Parker...

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 December 1911

i t'-'lft iriati ri". .1 '.o jufc,wiWsUi -'' L. W.&WHKkmtirn.UMwvtmt! mn ( -f J"! tmrmm)mmimnmmtm)wmm 'WMNWVKwmwm Aitnw iMnmiwwtf wltwtf yNwvfw PAGE SIX FRIDAY, DECGMDEH 0, 1011. "4 If THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. fHT,llumnt'wimii'w'i'Buwwni lNJUNCilUN ASKED II By Citizens Uf Butler Against Waight & Levering Jls A Result Of Iptract For. Turiiisiiingp Gas ' A Temporary Restraining .Order Has Been Allowed Commissioners let Two Con- mi tracts On. Monday Other Notes Of Interest From The Court House (Mansfield News) Tho village of Ilcllvlllo, by Louis D. Barr, solicitor, has JiCBurt nn in junction suit In dommoh'plcas court against Waight Si LbvjrirjB. , Tho nlalntlff . 'h a municipal cor poration organized 'linUer tho' laWs of Ohio and u u.,.iiarr is mo uuiy an .pointed and employed solicitor of Uio vlllago of Dollvillo and brings tho ac tion as such solicitor. Tho dofendant is a partnership do-, Jng business undor tho firm namo ot Waight and Levering, with an olllco and placo of busi...

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 December 1911

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1011. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PACiE 8EVKK. V ANKENY'S SPECIAL SALE For The Early Christmas Jewelry Buyers ' We offer at this sale a special price on all goods in our store. Taking in such articles as, Watches Diamonds Clocks , Silverware Bracelets LaVallieres' Broches Men and Ladies Watch Fobs Toilet Sets Chafing Dishes Percolators Mahogany Serving Trays mf Hand Painted China etc., etc., These articles that are mentioned are only a few appropriate presents you will have to select from. This sale is to reduce our largo selective stock of goods and to give the people of ICnox'cbunty an opportunity to huy their goods from an old established firm, who expect to stay in business andguarantee every article bought from them. , All goods will he cheerfully laid aside until called for. STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING f DR. B. AnNTiELDEnXTSr $Z, C?0, f ' 4 South Main St. z ltOtfyliwwlfgirOMilfnfwirflfffw Wffij1iJfJ$J1kwJftt0itl9lffL9tjf . t 4pf .'ithtMttMMitMMWWttMMMMIWHMtMttMHMtM...

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 December 1911

WUGf!tllWimjmi Himimtwiwjl imMkA2krii&. 'VS "iWt to EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER , tf m im i 5 l k fc M t A1 m JH 4 II y . u.t 1- 1 I' '. .O ! ft i M 3 Vim: WIRELESS Wspatcklng To Be Used On The Pennsylvania Tho Pennsylvania railroad, having' experienced much Inconvenience) In 'forwarding and rocolvlng train orders and Instructions by telegraph and tele phone during stormy weathor, duo to broken wires, hns Installed wlreloss stations at Altoona nnd Harrlsburg, Pa., a distance of 132 miles. Tho com .Jrtuiy Is now conducting tests of dis patching by means of the wireless tele graph. Every wlntor tho company haa been bothered by wires falling during snow storms. Those mishaps wcro so numer ous that division suporintnodents and others connocted with the motive pow er' department of tho system took up tho feasibility of Installing tho wire Joss. So successful have these experi ments proven that It Is said that tho management la thinking seriously of extending tho ser...

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 December 1911

IV tm&tttftit unntv PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1911 No. 99 ESTABLISHED 1836 M wlj 1 ) HUNDRED DEAD IN MINE BLAST Briceville, Tenn., Is The Scene Of Latest Catastrophe Experts At Work Id Shaft Coffins Arrive On Special Trains And Are Stacked At Month Of Pit Awaiting Mangled Remains Of Men Entombed Several Miles From Opening-Bare Hope Expressed That Five Or Six Are Yet AliveRescue Work Hampered urlceville, Tenn., Dec. 11. It Is now believed that between 80 and 100 men aro entombed in tho Knox ville company's Iron Cross mountain mine as the result of an explosion. Work of recovering tho bodies Js proceeding slowly, partly because most of the entombed men are believed to bo two miles from the opening and because of deadly blackdamp. The latter caused all work to bo suspended for several hours. The rescue parties aro com posed of seasoned miners and less seasoned and more timid government experts fitted out with helmets and oxygen tanks. The rescuers are 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. — 12 December 1911

i , ii n i , ,TM flhWWft Uft fl 1 1 rf. iV .th '- "T b. i H JMpf iiIWi,i I, , , ffS n rriWMtMWVM.T.afr'.r ifJW -Y -;ffT ,f, ;. ...Trirfrir .r , 7.ff,-!ja;Baiisaagggj wii0twmtmivt-- im wlrn'T ir'M" T" - THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1911. AGE TWO finffiiwuwix'ini-.winAw I GOO'S WRATH ALIKE TO ALL SINNERS ... ........ nitiM IllSt RR S MfiTfifl Hill Impartially. PASTOR RUSSELL EN ROUTE, JPattor Rustell Declares That Mani festations of Divine Displeasure Are Evtrywhere About Us Since tho Fall of Adam Death Has Been the Penalty of Sin Eternal Life Is Only For Those Who Obey the Heavenly Father's Commands. Los Angeles, De cember 10th. Pastor Uussell preached twice here today. Ono of his discourses, on "Tho Wrath of of God," was very different from what some of his hearers would have expected. Many of his great congregation wcro evidently convlnc- a of the truth of his position. The committee of seven (Including Pastor Russell) appointed by the Inter national Bible Student...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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