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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 January 1912

imfmymm Miiiimirmrl tr YTiygyiyr jn- -rw-r ' ll'(KV""-r- -"WTgffPW1"" ui"" up eV-lw. 7i!iTwiiiqiiiniwY7jiiy y'W!j)tyByi'j-- FRIDAV, JANUARY 12, 1911112. THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. PASS SKVKh ""TWWptlf, 'U 1 REGARDING DIVORCES Rev. L, W. Mullianc Amplifies Former Statements That Appeared Over The Signature Of "Lex" Objects To Meaning Being Read Into His Words Asserts Movement Against Uncontested Divorces Does Not Reflect On Mem bers Of The Bar Mt Vernon, 0 Jan. 9. Editor Banner: I am an old scribes pencil pusher, If you will, and I am awnre of tho little good "cards" to a newspaper, as a rule, do, for tho reason that be ing brief tboy are apt to bo misunder stood. In your columns of Decomber 23, 1811, appeared a communication from my pen over tho signature, "LEX". When tho copy was handed In at your counting room, I told tho receiver of It that the editor was at liborty, If he saw lit, to put It above my own name. It has been talked about in cortaln circles that the writer was a moral co...

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 January 1912

sjwYHi4jru." fitGMT THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. -te i ,"! r' i $ !- 1 fK ''.' v . 0I1UIII LUULi Buttor 32c; Eggs 30o. ' Ono organ $10.00 at 14 S. Main St. ', Mr. Orrln Poppleton was a business Visitor iii Columbus Thursday. Edison records lOo at 14 S. Main Street . Mr. George D. Noal went to Cohan- '.ub Thursday morning on business . ' One organ- $ 25.00 at li 8. Main 8t. "Prosecuting Attorney L. T. Cromloy 'fcnd'Mr. It. M. Greer wont to Columbus 'Thursday morning on business. 117.60 Columbia Phonograph and 6 vecoras for $7.50 at 14 S. Main at. "Mr: W. A. White of Howard was a .'business visitor in the city over Wed nesday. . Mr. Columbus Ewalt mnilo a bust - tatfls trip to ColumbiiH Thursday Snorntng, Columbia -cylinder records Do each f. 14 3. Main. Geo. W. Slinrp, recoiv- d U C. Ponn. MfrB. John Wblto of Howard visited with frionda in Mt. Vernon over Thursday. fSO.OO Edison Phonograph and CO Records for $20.00 at 14 S, Main street. HJeo, W. Sharp, rocolvor fo...

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. — 16 January 1912

i She WtnwttvAic M mtntv .yf J PRICE TWO CENTS Big Four Has Disastrous Wreck Near Carey, Ohio Five In Serious ConditionSplit Rail Hurls Oiner From Track And Two Coaches Follow It Into Deep'Ravine -Men Trample Women And Children in Mad Fight To Escape From Burning Cars-Engineer Admits j Speed Of Mile A Minute Corey, O., Jan. 15. When Big' Four train No. 1 was wrecked four miles north of here, 34 persona wero Injured, five probably fatally. Eleven of Mio Injured were taken on a spe cial train to a hospital in Kenton. I The more seriously Injured are: John McKInley, MIddletown, Inter nally; W. II. Haskln, Detroit, skull tractuied; G. H. Lockwood, Clncln-' nati, Internally; Pearl Raymond, Bay City, Mich., cut; J. J. Raymond, Bay City, Mich., badly bruised; Mrs. O. Cornell, Coldwnter, Mich., internal Injuria); Joseph Ornle, London, Ont., ut and bruised; C. E. Kelly, Ann Arbor, MioU., Internally; Q. A. Levar, Kalamazoo, Mich., crushed; P. C. Ray, Dotrolt, badly cut; It. W. Ray, Detroit, b...

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. — 16 January 1912

jsjrf wyj!" "V '7A0E TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, JANUARY IB, 1912. i HIT w . v,Wi MAKES TARIFF LEADING ISSUE Governor Harmon Speaks at Jackson Day Banquet, WISHES FOR' HERO'S RETURN After Sharp Criticism of Taft For His Alleged Failure to Keep Party Platform Pledges, Ohio Executive Declares For Economy In Govern mental Expenses and Refers to Own Record as TruBt Ouster While Attorney General. East St. Louis, Jan. 13. Fifteen hundred portions eat shivering as they board Governor Hurnion of Ohio deliver an address beforo 1bo Democratic club horo on tho occa Ion of tho celebration of tho ono hundredth anniversary of tho battle f Now Orleans, In which Andrew Jackson Immortalized himself. "Jackson urged a grndual reduc tion of tariff taxes," said tho gover nor, "especially on necessaries, at a tlmo when they wero levied mainly lor revenue. When recently wo saw president, against his just Inclina tion, sign and prnlso a tariff bill which broke his own and his party's rjiromise of ...

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. — 16 January 1912

TUESDAY, JANUAHY 10, 1012. THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER. PAGE THftEfc, B.iiiiiimni. WIIIUWII U i Bl M v AWARDS ARE MADE The Knox County Poultry Association Show Witch Was Held in Ml. Ver dod During The Week Some Very Fine Birds Were On Exhibition And The Show This Year Wes Most Successful The Complete List Of Winners At The Chicken Show Tho following aro tho awards mado t tho Knox county poultry show this rear: Anconas W. P. Hough 1st cockerel, 1st and 6th pullot, 1st pen. G. C. Jackson, Contorburg 4th pul lot A. J, Ilenloy 2nd and 3rd cockerel. Geo. Ilardcsty 2nd and 3rd pullet. Buff Cochin Bantams Walter Cochran 1st cock, 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen. White Cochin Bantams Claudo E. Coo, Lexington 1st and 2nd cock, 1st hen, 1st cockorol; 1st and 2nd pullet. Light Brahmas Claudo E. Coo 1st, 2nd and 3rd cock, 1st, 2nd and 3rd hen, 1st, 2nd and 3rd cookorol; 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th pullot; 1st and 2nd pen. Indian Runner Ducks Boaum & Sparks, Danvlllo 4th hen; 2nd and 3rd cockerel; 1st, 2nd, 3...

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. — 16 January 1912

'iriVnfpgjlfii V$!ywV ' "' ' JiywillWimiHrtiinN.I mivlniiMii.i'..fi'Mi ihvi PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUEODAY, JANUARY 1, 1012. A VB IWWBMWiJlJ rtWWIBW WMfIM1fiamW.TUBH fr If E ftf IK 1 'l t Si 4 III r?s I w 'X. '(EXSsjaawfcwy itsmm& ffiuurs i vckinuw, uniu FRANK HARPER, Editor 6om.i-V7oolLly & MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernou, 0 poit office us Bbcood claM uiall matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. "Subscription Rate 1.60 per year. POLITICO ABNOUHCEMENTS PROBATE JUDGE I'lcaso announce that I am cnndl date for tho nomination of tho olllco of I'robato Judge subject to tho do clslon of tho Democratic olectors at tho primaries Tuesday, May 21, 1912. 8HIIA. M. CROUCH. RECORDER Ploaso annotinco Hint I .mi a cundl date for tho nomination for the olllco of Recorder, mibject to tho doclolon of tho Democratic electors at tho primar ies, Tuesday, Mny Kl, 1012. ROIIICIIT H. LMVISIUNG. RE At Danville Damaged A House On Sunday...

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. — 16 January 1912

" ?TrS 't r ' t v"'tvw.-i 9-t -r- !' , ,- ' .f i ' rf--ciSji!rT-rJ(rr""J''fr' "-" I I'mupwwy'l ' '" " , ;'. I l , UIJDHPIH j WW' li"' i mm iiimm'mtnim.nttmim'f TUEQDAY, JANUARY 10, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIVK 111' JWHIB WIWIIIUUM OTMW m1MUMMm 1 'wrtjtf si nTfrs i v LOCAL IN IN A RAID At A Cocking Main In Newark Monday Morning Newark Police And Deputies Gather Rich Harvest Fines Amounting To $833 Enrich The Treasury Several Sports Id Attendance From Mt. Vernon A Wild Scramble To Escape The Raiders Nowark, O., Jan. 15 Forty-nine sports, from nearly a dozen Ohio cit ies, but Including only one from New ark, who had Intended to pull off a cocking main In Columbus last night, wcro arrested early this morning In tho basement of tho Mound Builders' Hotel In Mound Builders' (formerly Ildowildo Park), on tho outskirts of Newark. They had between 30 and 40 birds and wero Just getting down to tho preliminaries when tho entire pollco department, reinforced by tho sheriff of Licking C...

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. — 16 January 1912

'' ;:'" k". I ". i? ill n m 'm fflm m WBMMMmW v MMMSKKkl ' WBmmtM' WW 'MS 'W PAGE SIX WUKI FRUSTRATED At A North Main Street Home Sunday Niylit Sy An All Niglit Vigil The Household Oi The Proposed Raid Of The Residence lipped Off Bj A Mysterious Woman Over The Telephone & Who Absolutely Declined To Reveal Her Identity Hist! Ilurglnrs! Hist again! Thorn wore Komo disappointed "would-bo burghis In town tho ollior ulght. A watchful hoiiHohnlil provonlod them ft oni pulling off thotr planned In vasion of a North Main islioot homo. Tho burglary, which wiih not a burg lary, was to havo boon oxocutod last Sunday night. It failed. Tho disturbed JioiiHohold concluded tho morning uffttr-Mho harrowing1 ox porlonco of tho night boforo that I hoy did not caro far Uio Information to reach tho public, mid Uio lilt of iiowb lias boon a long tlmo traveling, as a conEequeiico. Early Sunday evening Uio tolcphono In tho North Main drool renldonco rang and when Uio BummoiiH was an uwered by "tho lad...

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. — 16 January 1912

TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SSVCrV & V "V U M MILD Was Year 1911 According To Tnc Weather Man Columbus, O., Jnn. 12 Although 1912 Is hilng ushered In with zero weather, tho year Just, closed, accord ing to the annual report of tho local woathor bureau, wns tho warmest, slnco 1881, with no zero weather. Mean nutiual temperature for 1911 was C3.S. Maximum heat In 1911 was 104, reached July 4. The lowest tempera ture was exactly six months earlier, Jan. 4, when tho mercury Btood at 4 degrees. There wuro 20 days in the year when tho maximum temperaturo was 32 dcgreo3 or below and 104 days when tho minimum tomporaturo was at or holow tho eamo figure. Total rainfall was 43.43 Inches, more than six Inches above normal, and to tal snowfall 30.4, also more than nor mal. The most rainfall in 24 hours was experienced Nov. C-7 and meas . urod 2.09 inches. Tho heaviest month ly 'snowfall was In January and ag gregated 13.7 Inches. The general direction of tho wind ...

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. — 16 January 1912

r;,tisswprwf!SJ ljrww -,mmmqMp. - - - - rt--rrfyn AO EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, JANUARY 10, 1912. ymmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmMammKmmmKmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMBmmMmmmtmrBemm'mmmSE& ',! m NEGLIGEE STYLE Stunning Tea Coat Made of Flouncing. r BATISTE AMI) liACn JACKET. - Deep embroidery flouncing wns usod "tfor tills attractive negligee Jacket, re fers of the embroidery, edged with 'lace, turning bucU to show a Uttlo rest f batiste, and luce with a cravnt of knotted pink! ribbon. I.ace Insertion in -sued for belt and sleeve trimming. Roaular Habits. It Is n good plan to luire a regular Wme for reading. One accomplishes )w much more In this way and besides '(establishes a kind of Intellectual habit that l.i n good thing In Itself. In nn hour or even half mi hour given regu larly ench day to rending, n great dil tnay be accomplished. Do not confine yourself to serious books. Alternate light with heavy reading and do not attempt heavy reading when you nre 'tired. Do not read merely to bo...

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. — 19 January 1912

"?! If tVXOtVU uttntt .J PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912-No. 6 ESTABLISHED 1836 !jft U CHAIRMANSHIPS ARE ANNOUNCED Constitutional Convention Now Ready Tor Real Work . Fess Made Vice President Fifteen Proposed Amendments And line lonipiete Constitution Are Introduced- Delegate King fit Sandusky Presents License Prop- . osition As Favored By Wds-ltiomas, Cleveland Socialist, lias New tiill Of llijlits ColiimbuB, O., Jan; 18. The follow ing committee chairmanship!) were announced ' at Ohio's constitutional convention: Agriculture, Miller of Crawford; arrangement and phraseology. Col-1 ton; banks and banking, Beatty of Wood; claims against the conven tion, Cassldy; corporations other than municipal, Hoskins; county and township organization, Okcy; educa tional, Fees; employee, Uoehm;. equal suffrage and elective franchise, Kllpatrlclc; good roads, Lampson; Initiative and referendum, Crasser; judiciary uud bill of rights, Peck; labor, Still well; legislature 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. — 19 January 1912

' "TTPpylfpprr?!, ffp ,p0imndlt .iM i v ACE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1912 V.fc h ft '-MM IS ' ?.cw ' t i GOOD ROADS DISCUSSED Jy Experts From Stale Higti way Commissioner's Office A! The Knox County Court House On Tuesday Morning lany Interested Spectators Hear Two Fine Addresses STATISTICS On Cold Weather In The City in Past Years Jau. iiSth, 1907 G below 22 aborc 1C above Feb. 19th, 1909 14 below 24 nbovo 2 below fhlch Hay Mean Better Jloads For Knox County Hlkr Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice An Important mooting wuh held In he common picas court room at thu ICaox county court houao on Tuemlny t wliicti time uddrcHBeH wero deliver ed by Nlcuolaa Koeblor and J. It. Bur. Xvy of ColumbiiB, dlvlHlon ouKlnuert) -fe Uio ofllco of tho Htuto highway com--Misalonor. It was tho Intention of State High 'way ComnilBHloner Marker to bo nrcH wt. but ho was unable to bo horu and onsequcntly tho division onglnuors -from his olllco wero Bent to deliver ad Crosses. T...

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. — 19 January 1912

w -. jijMibwjLtMavMartiwaiafai Xbbt THE DiJMoORXTid BANNER. PAGE THRBk A FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1912. mm , " MM ii , !..' ' 1 1 ' i IPKii.... iw Wf TV r A fcW jWBWtmawiuiiiufcwiiiiMiiiBw i iwmmmmmmm i i i m i inn iniii mi hi ,, ,, iio::z::::::iT.iRii niRisf "letter Fi.FniilNi.AW.siir Anndnrko, Okla., Jnn, 17 A largo at tendance) marked tlio oponlng hero to day of tho annual convention of tlio Oklahoma UHRodatlon of retail mer chants. Tho sessions will contlimo two layn, cluriiiR which tlmo tho pnrcols post, tho rolatlotiH between tlio Jobber and retailer, advertising methods, co operation delivery nnd other subjects of IntercBt and Importance to tlio re tail trade will bo discussed. Quick Relief For Sore Throats Dike's Soro Throat Honiody will rollovc an ordinary soro throat In 24 hours. It nets as an antiseptic and mild astringent, reducing the inilninmntlon, sore ness and swelling, thus relieving tho painful condition. Alwnys mear In mind thnt no fcoro throat romedy Is of any val ue ...

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. — 19 January 1912

,v -i'WlW!l,llin!SU(:sKif";i' mrw- -r.T J(v,,, ,. . ,,,,,,-, v ..,. ;....,.,. r , . i , S3HffrMw7i'"' iP"'Wait wPW PC i .xx ) -3-Ttff wr- r j? -aut. himw- " A'liim-jr!: 1-- it..f.vr).y..v... ,,;.,,. n,,, ""T rwr- FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1012 PAGE POUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ? LIMIT PWW&OOttWtt 1HEJ0RLD To lie Seen In Lincinnati Exh.liilion I I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO JANUARY RANr HARPER, Editor To Address Sund.iy School Institute At Maikfleld Readied In The Novelty Of Weddings At - ul -"7Too Jacly W1" LAI ,Ttjrt.r.irtiASftAdbnttaC9DGCB w CLE AR ANC MONUMENT SQUARE W t-i I E. ! , '.,V '. M -- vv ' ' i && IV 'Us 4 ffl 'i ,; i buteftil ai :he Mt, Vernon, O., poit-ofiiV- nr Mt-c'iod class mall matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. fluttoiripifuti Rate 1.58 per year. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS TREASURER Plcaso announce lo tho voters of Knox county that I will again bo a candidate for Uio afllco of Troasuror, subject to tho decision of tho Do...

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. — 19 January 1912

y;BWMWlTtlwW,ulMWlMial FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1012. U' I 1M O ... THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAUB MVH ' W & ,!' h'.i VO& m& t v divorce S ASKED By Maud Fry Against Clifford Fry Oil his lily Makes Allegation Of Gross Neglect And Non-Support A Woman Is Atijudyed Insane At Danville And Is Removed To The State Hospital Family Taken To The In firmary Wednesday A eult for divorce has been filed In tlio court of common plena of Knox county by Maud Fry against Clifford Fry. Tho plaintiff states they wero married in Covington, Kentucky, on March 0, 100G. Tho plaintiff chargeB tho defendant with gross neglect and says that ho failed to support her, and that sho was compelled to mnko her own living. Tho plaintiff further alleges that tho defendant was guilty of ndultery with a woman In the city of Akron, O. Sho therefore asks for a divorce and that sho bo restored to her maiden name. Maud Davis. II. II. & II. M. Greer aro tho attorneys for tho plaintiff. o A Lunacy Case An affidavit I...

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. — 19 January 1912

PHHHK!7inB.'rBlffll. ffl ptsttsdfz T "Tl''f',)ffv BWMTOF'ft jnf -...fff'i"i mTvt tj,. .. ' r d.MrrniTari mWW' "' V'T"rv iMMwra (PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1912 IW -ir . V y ! ! J i ! J FREDERICKTOWN 4" I J ! ! I I ! ! f ! I I ! I Mr. a C. Stahl of Sterling. Kansas, "visited with Mr. nnd Mrs. ISarl Lucas the past wook. AIeu Mr. John Stahl of Under en mo down for a short visit. Mr. Earl D. Day, editor of tho Butler Times, visited with his brother, Mr. F. A. Day on Sunday Inst. Mrs. Moycr of Shelby, Ohio, Inspect ed the Pythian Sister lodgo in this 'placo last week. Mrs. Sara Gibson and son, Mr. Harry Gibson, proprietor of tho Gibson Uos taurant, visited with rclatlvcH in Tolc ido the past two weeks. 'Mr. Fred Harris was a Danville vis itor on last Thursday and Incidentally sold two Ford automobiles while there. Miss Minnie Keen was home from Columbus the past week on a visit to her father, Mr. John Keen. Mrs. D. Dill was called to Cincin nati tho past week by ...

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. — 19 January 1912

rCiGr&-ii"i7 "'5F'''iS;flV,f"i6,'" ' ?' -ftjf-r " T"- l:llf lipjjiffiji i3ffi Syi1 itw wViiffilTlJM ffi FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQK 88VM uiiniuC r 0 JANUARY MV wrrtvwpi CONFERENCE NOW IMPORTANT SALE! m m Of Ohio Cities Id Columbus To Be Dig Event i - Some Noted Speakers To Be On Ttie Program Is Thirty Five Feet Deep In Newfoundland Decisions Handed Down By Supreme Court Today No Crime For Wife To Steal From ilusband l.'l. re? k The Municipal Association of Cleve land yesterday sent out a reminder to tlio mayors of cltleB who have not yet appointed their delegates to the Mun icipal Conference to ho held In Colum bus on January 24 and 2G. Thirty-sev en cltlos have already sent In their Hutu containing the names of. 198 dele gates who have expressed an Inten tion of being presont at the confer ence. The cities are: Akron, Ashland, Ash tabnla, Bellalre, Bowling Green, Canal Dover, Cnnton, Chllllcothe, Cincinna ti, Cleveland, Columbus, Coshocton, Delaware, E...

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. — 19 January 1912

KOE2EEBE:ffimi MjjBMjilfl il www -" , ,rt ' , HH W ' ylninWl , l.i lii m, i I Ijf ! i , , " ' - n.i... i,ni,, . .. i, y Alti.niii.. .- i n iln i .i.iiiiwi'iiniiiMMnilrlmiiiiiHii'iml 'I 'l"il-1 .fli"'"if"'"' ' i I H WWPH? llHrr MJ y fU EIGHT THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. ! E FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1812 9 t tfr v Bjflt I vi ;4r V -- u '- iT POLITICS TURNS , UP AT MEETING .. i- ... .i i. Miners Are Asked 'to (ntoe! Socialist Party. RESOLUTION WARMLY DEBATED -Illinois Delegate Arraigns Capitalistic Class and Declares They Will Re tort to Murder to Enforce Injunc- 1 tlons Resolutions Favoring Gov- !rnment Ownership of Industries t and Rapping at National Civic Fed eration and Officers Go Over. Indianapolis, Incl., Jan. 18. Debate tea the resolution Indorsing tho So cialists as "tho political rarty of tho 'flrorklng class," waa resumed today t tho national convention of tho United Mlno Workers of America. Tho resolution was Introduced aftor Ifco convention had gone on record x favoring government o...

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. — 23 January 1912

BSOi 'ITOPj rwinirriTnriiinMiMiiiwiMWfciwi-i- J. . - ' ' 'l'ww'l'WWBK1MM,,MiJ--A,,"" - - .--niirrmmHuiB s&tttuer t MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1912 No. 7 ESTABLISHED 1836 f de 9jemjiraJi : JI M fflll PRICE TWO CENTS r. 1 'AL s r tar ,t., , BfliK . . 1 FREE SUGAR Hi! ftTf.ru rnni ti i wj w wit fi ' '? y Demand Comes If npmnrrnK &llliM(l fill II UBIIlUUdla Hfll--Pi fp III : HllS8i lS 1'lB.Tl '- "-" " "-"'"- "J"T" i-..-J.-.wJy,r...Aw,. -.. .-. - Schedule is Next In Line-Bill Reducing Duty From $1,68 To $1 A Hundred Pounds On Raw Product Will Be Taken Up As Soon As Iron And Chemical Schedules Are Disposed Of Means Greater Reduction Than Indicated By Figures Proposed Washington, Jan. 22. After the jossago of the bill proposing a re vision ot the Iron, steel and chemical chedules, the sugar tariff revision bill that has been agreed upon by tho ways and means committee of the house will be taken up for. con sideration. It present plans are carried out, the sugar revision b...

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. — 23 January 1912

--i "i wwiwbm JHBHSHIT.H i '""-- ihwiKifriifcr n n i n i ' iijjWiMftiTnirTi i i H 1 " f 'I'll I IM Ml1 I I i ' v ' ll ijiQFlBOTiyp AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY1, JANUARY 23, 1912. BfrK"lw'",'''fT'li vf f-M-vif- jv" .ii pir ' L Wv V" ,WI ""w ' V " r7( "TfJPfT'WS!j "ft'" '" Tv P'V v r? I 1 H i M 1EG0A00R IS BUE FOR CALL DOWN intervention Talk is Heard al State Department REBELS LOSE 1,000 IN BATTLE Affairs In 8outh American Republic Are In Bad Shape and American -Consul at Guayaquil Is Authorized to Tako Drastic Action If Neces sary to Protect American Interests. Gunboat Yorktown In Harbor fieady For Immediate Service Washington, Jan. 20. That tho -oltcd States will bo forced to Intor ne In Ecuador to protect American nd foreign Interests Is tho view held t Uio a to to dopartment, where tele grams vroro received giving an account t the defoat of tho revolutionists nd their rctroat to Guayaquil. Tho irobol leaders aro reported to have iprc3acd a willingness to have tho orclgn...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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