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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 February 1912

hv . VI . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16 1912, PUPILS Of Oregon To Be Organized In Farm Clubs The Han Will Be Extended All Over State Salom, Oro., Fob. 13 Formation of agricultural societies among tho school children of tho stato Is pro posed by Mi. Alderman, tho Btate su perintendent of Instruction. This project was carried out as a country movement In Yamhill county during Mr. Alderman's Incumbency as county superintendent there, and ho has now practically perfected arrange ments for tho formation of a society In every school district. In tho state. It Is proposed to divide each district Into two ciRsseB of competitors, ono to bo compoued of lower and tho other higher grade pupils but all formed In to one organization. Tho competition will be open to tho exhibit at tho county or district fairs this fall for all classes of agricultural products,, ns well as poultry and hogs raised by tho members of theso socie ties, and prizes will be offered of suf ficient Import, it Is hoped, to inako tho c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 February 1912

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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. — 20 February 1912

trnvtrtdit Wan (Zij$ 1Mf iM J 'l S V PRICE TWO CENTS Minister From Coloiiia Objects lo Secretary's Visit Says His Country Ignored Acfino Secretary Of State Re ceives Caustic Note From Senor Pedro Nel Aspino, In Which Attention is Called To Fact That His Re quest That United States Arbitrate Colombia-Panama Boundary Dispute Has Been Pigeonholed Washington, Feb. 19. Scnor Pedro Nel Osplnst, diplomatic representa tive of thq Colombian government In this city, hns at the outset spoiled the trip or Secretary of State Knox to Central nuil South American re publics for the purpose of devel oping friendly and cordial relations. The minister has advised Acting Secretary of State Wilson that Sec letory Knox'a proposed visit to Co lombia 1b "Inopportune," which Is tSw diplomatic method- of -saylng'-that. Mr. Knox Is not wanted In Colombia. Tho minister explained, however, , that he wan acting on bis own initia tive tn malting this suggestion, and fll ask his government for definite. Instructio...

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. — 20 February 1912

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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. — 20 February 1912

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THREE rnrriTiTiTTnrF 1 n immnm-iMwnntTnnnwiMr iwiiiiiiiMiwurwnTiwuiimi iipiiimii QMuwwmnnw i nntmuirmmmmmwimimujm WTOUMlJMUJBUJWlllWlimnjJtlif n.Ftl'llffK L m TESTIMONY OF FIVF. WOMEN Proves That Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com pound Is Reliable, Recdvillo. Ore. "I can truly recom mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound to all women who ore passing through the Chanjro of Lifo, a3 it mado mo a well woman after suffering threo years." Mrs. MARY UOOAUT, Reedville, Oregon. New Orleans, La. "When passing through tho Change of Lifo I was troubled with hot flashes, weak and dizzy spells and backache. I wna not fit for anything until I took Ly dia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound which proved worth its weight Blondeau, 1541 Po lymnia St, Now Orjeans. Mlshawaka,Ind.-" Wo men passing through tho Change of Life can tako nothing better than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound. I am recom mcndingittoallmy friends because of what it ha...

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. — 20 February 1912

"fr' '" " ' ' ' "'-! -U "" ' "I i ' I' i ' ii aMnsTti'immtyiiaMiMrnwOi 5S?T5rtWMHlW JiMHIiMmRa lUSbSUKUtStSXSSmm F.1r-,i"' nyMwiiwfWwwJra:.!,,, BnBnawataUMamAnmiliaMmtttnMWEHMMSIKt 'S'prii t v PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912 m iii ii i . ...jjjjfc ', uv Mtt. -. ft cf f' f b' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS STATE SENATOR Plenso announce- that I am n candl dnto for the nomination of Stato Son ntor for this diRtiici, mibjoct to tho on dorsomerit of tho Democrats of Knox county, through their delegates to bo elected at tho pilmnrlcH to ho hold May 21st. UOliimilUH RWAIT. HARMON'S ENDORSEMENT The resolutions adopted by tho Democratic oxocullvo commlttco of Knox county, at IU incotluB last Sat urday, and which appear olsowhoro In this Issue of tho Manner, will ro eele a hearty response of commonda tloii from tho rank nnd file, of tho Democracy of Knox county. Tho Democrats of Knox county havo a full npproclatlon of tho oxcollont ...

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. — 20 February 1912

' wrwfOTTfT rf vn o 1 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1012 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE HV tvwmnum sin viuuiujifiMiw ARQUMENT8 IN $2,000,000 SUIT IlOHton, MnBS,, Fob. 10 Hoforo Judgo Colt lu tlio Federal court toilny argumonta woro heard on tlio motion to dlnmlns and pica In nbntomont fllcd by tlio United Shoo Machinery Com pany to tlio $2,000,00(1 milt nied against It by Charles A, Strult, trustoo for tlio Goddu Sons Metal Tautening Com pany, for alleged violations of the Sher man intl-trust act. Tlio Goddu com pany, It la alleged, was driven out of business by tlio bIioo machinery com pany, whoso officers also aro undor Federal Indictment for nllegod viola tions of tho anti-trust law. - BANNER WANT AD8 PAY SETTLEMENTS For Hearing In Probate Court of Knox County, Ohio, viz: NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has beon flleo 'or settlement ind will bo heard o Tuesday, March 20, 1912, at 9 a, m.: Second partial account of J. O. Crot inger, guardian of Mina Hall ct al. PATRICK A BERRY, P...

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. — 20 February 1912

mUr" VPrfr gffgjSfflRJWTCIpllBW TtjgWCTMmttMWW iMnK tgfffflBBtaS8BKj EFffplWpgy tftyW'm-r&r''i--'-W" TK Wjr;W ort" 'v 3 iMryaxariuAj 3w.a-tfijSa nripty -tf flfiBffiyfcfiffkfo v" iissstfttW ajffgfe'4K.--; a,llWKL-yi ''g.11 'wVWfr''K'rl''rl "-u;t!'," "sift i,ff'-t-'" ' WW ' T T)Tir)f iCTMaaiBiaUWIITfclWraiB 'iHI'I'PWHPiit n "" i-infnniftwfliiiiiiiMeifMinMiiy S3SsAiaMMMMMMMi 7lrTiaR7i:myrWI7r.mW, Jf iFwiiiTiwiMHMinTiiirigiiTTMfnmwfiiwiiainiwiiiiitwwiHMiiiwwiiiwiiiiiwiiw - I. , ( - y - j f i , ' '"i rjt i f ' " " t "v " r v 'v PAGE SIX THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912 st W .' ItSIDED N CENTERBURG At One Time Did Mrs. Azor 1 re en Of Ulica Who Has Been Arrested On A Murder Charge Obtained Her Marriage Li cense In Hit. Vernon Woman Interviewed By New ark Newspaper Men And Then Taken To Cannons burg To Face Charge (Newark Advocate) Docaiiso Btio told conflicting utorlos regarding tlio death of Charlou Ather ton to relatives of. tho dead man, a warrnnt was Issued Wednes...

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. — 20 February 1912

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN EAP YEAR The Sionificance Of Tlie Additional Day In February And How It is Dutermined There arc a great many peoplo who do not understand the philosophy of lonp year or how there comes to ho an oxtra day the 29th of February every leap year. Somo even supposed that leap year was Instituted by the Goddess Venus only to confer upon, the ladles tlio prlvllego of "popping tho quostlon," or that February has 29 days that it might havo a chanco at tho luck of odd numbers. The sub ject really Involves certain Import ant niceties which wo aro persuaded not moro than one in a hundred clear ly comprehend, and for that reason wo shall try to elucidate It. Our civil year Is founded upon the period of the revolution of the earth about the sun. If tho natural year had exactly UGH or 3CG days there would fco no trouble. Tho civil year would accord with It and represent precisely tho same period of time. But the nat ural year cannot bo di...

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. — 20 February 1912

. hmrMf m iiBWWHiiaii iBmm&imi mmmmt mu i imwm h mt $ m mmmffeumsmsm gtMBWftftTWESSi iiiiifMjriiiffi1WiSSW vTrf; AE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1912 MlWMHMMWM air- C SHORT LOCALS "Egga 30c and butter 30c. 5ot trouble?. Soo Stokes, chlrpodlst. Yr calks uao Hnnford'H balsam. Miss Hose Sapp visited with friends l Columbus over Sunday. 7Wr. A. E. Kawllnson left this after noon for Hillsboro, O., on business. Mr. Uwlgbt Rwnlt of O. S. U. spent Sunday with friends In the city. Mr Dwlgbt Magors spent .Sunday In -Amity visiting with relatives. llnnford's Balsam heals when all Wse Tails. Mr. W. K. Williams of I)oflanee, O., wna a visitor In the city oer Sunday, Mr. M. J. Fish went to Waterford "Monday mornltiK to make a visit with a father. Mr. .lay Culllson of Coshocton vis ited with friends In Mt. Vernon Sun may. air. and Mrs. Jules Despontln and 'daughter of Butler, Ohio, visited with relatives In Mt. Vernon over Sunday. Miss Ada Cooper returned Monday moon from...

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 February 1912

,'fWPT mjovraJfe f$ &ttttr. '3 1 PRICE TWO CENTS WE. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912 No. 16 ESTABLISHED 1836 'j jr If.'l fee P " ' ... 1 1. ,i , ,., . , , .., ?, , M. i" ffia r& READS SPEECH WITH I NTEREST President Refuses To t's Comment On Rooseveli Address Friends Full Of Conlldence-Havc No Doubt Of Ability To Renominate Taft, But Fear Progressives Will Force New-Fangled Ideas Into Chicago Platform-Some Are Particularly Abhorrent To Present Occupant Of White House-Progressives Express Satisfaction OHIO ISOLATED BY SEVERE BLIZZARD Storm Raps North of Ohio and East to Atlantic. Washington, Feb. 22. The speech delivered by Former President Roose velt hoforo the constitutional conven tion at Columbus, O., wan read with lntonse Interest at the White House nnd' by Republicans gener ally In Washington. The presi dent's political advisers were more deeply concerned over the effect of 1 the radical Roosevelt propaganda on tho Republican national platform to be drafted at the...

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 February 1912

a Hj.hB4mi.H lwiC i ' iiiiiiiiiimtmTktiltffMiln'iir'''" Wttwjaaramfe; 1 AQE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1913. T The Roe Emerson On! For sing Out Sale Will Go f i txv, rryw &t Big Clo M ily O a Short HP1L I he Why m ,- ; HP. i ;". I ' ' X- y,. WT " i': k I . j: i p- .n Si ?, ..." a" PARTIES THAT WERE TO BUY THIS ENTIRE STOCK ON FEB. 22nd, SAY: THERE IS JUST $10,000 TOO MUCH STOCK FOR THEM HANDLE; $10,000 MORE MONEY THAN THEY HAVE GOT. TO So We Are Face To Face ith $10,000 WORTH OF NEW SPRING SUMMER, FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS OF THE WORLD'S BEST MAKES BY MARCH 2nd, THE TIME SET FOR ENTIRE STOCK AND FIXTURES, TO BE SOLD. Great Battering' Ram Will Be Turned Loose n Every Price Tag On every Suit, Overcoat, Top Coat or Rain Coat in the house now getting the" most unmerciful blow any clothing house has ever witnessed. It is a grand clean, sween of the en tire mammoth Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter Stock. Now is your chance and soon to be your last c...

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. — 23 February 1912

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912, INTEREST EARNINGS Of Slate Funds For Last Quarter Were $42,000 Being The Laroest In 'History ' Of liie Slate Balance In Treasury Larger Than Ever Before New Banking Law Proving To Be Very Beneficial RemarKaiie Increase Of Rev enues in Automobile Dept. Columbus, O., Fob. 21 Contrary to the prediction of State Auditor Full lngton, who a few months ago thought ho saw a depleted stato treasury In tho near future, the commonwealth's surplus Is now within ?25,000 of tho J7.000.000 mark. Tho ?G,000,000 bal ance, which Republicans boasted thoy turned over to tho stato Democratic administration, now seems small com pared to what tho state's exchequer contains. The balancp as announced by State Treasurer Creamer Feb. 9, was ?0,97o, 189.77. Except for a small amount, necessary for current business In the safe in tho treasurer's office, tho sur plus is on deposit in 210 banks in 73 counties of the stato, thus showing that under tho new law tho money has been fairly an...

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. — 23 February 1912

-iUi.. ' ""-r'fov- ' iWlMhHllH.w - C . .-i Hi WMWWWMWgjfrw Wt-MU tr-WK- -- J .t4i ' , - u.uiTuT -''-'-- hlfcllLlM Mill Ml.lltJWllWrtMf1ftlUrtlWyBWiWftMW FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN IWWWWW. miMU'M HWIfWWW H ?t MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor P Woiaal-'VIT'oolacJ.'y 5 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0., poat tttQce ns second cltuu mill matter. Resolutions of Respect, bbltuarles and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Itato fl.GO por year. EXPLAINS THE SUICIDE IMarlon, O. , Fob. 22. Mrs. James "Wilson told a coronor's Jury that she Vad twitted her GO-ycar-old husband with bolnB too old for her, and that it was only a few bourn afterward tLat sbo found his body hanging in tho coal sbed. Mrs. Wilson Is 30. Tho cauBo of tho nulcldo was not known until tho widow mado her con fession. Almost Lost His Llfo S. A. Slid, of Mason, Mich., will nev er forgot his torrlblo oxposuro to a merciless storm. "It gnvo mo n dread ful cold," ...

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. — 23 February 1912

ywwhuw FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. paqc rivit ' ( IN During Period Of 12 Hours Was Most Remarkable From Thunderstorm Of Wed nesday Afternoon To Nearly Zero Dy Thursday Morning Streets Arid Sidewalks In An Icy Condition And Stinging Cold Wind Makes Life Miserable Tho Mt. Vernon citizen, who pre dicted that tho backbones of tho pres ent sovoro winter weathor wns broken awoko Thursday morning to find that tho weather was as sovoro and nearly as cold as at any tlmo during tho pres ent winter which will go down In his tory as tho coldest for many years. Tho drop In temperature was most remarkable. At three o'clock Wednesday after noon thoro was a thunder storm with ono flash of lightning and ono clap of thunder. Then tho rain foil in torrents and tho walking was al most impassable on account of tho slushy condition of tho sidewalks and streets. The rain lasted almost an hour and then it commenced to grow colder. A high wind prevailed all night long, and all day Thur...

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. — 23 February 1912

B lj-rt-a ri i-mi hi itn in ii'h--i n ii iniJuitiiii'i i--- r i in ri-n i-i i ! i niu i - . . j ML. . . . , .n ,TTiiT7rZ '-" ' ' " ' ' "?'' J.' , r" tt. ; : : :.: jsl. jysas;J. .j nu ' gaarnqaMimtei 1 J """-p" '. -sga - . i ,..,,- y- &HtgKKtmimmmqmmmmtmimmmmimwm,a(WMnmHHiMia m MitaMiMimmtmrmMitjmwizeCMfr - 'jzutuift mm 1 . I t fl fcv fi M t;:j .' jt '. 'W fe.1 a t. i7 f age six EXPLANATION i: By Hie County Commission ers to The Public Why A Children's Home Is Not Built At Once Also Give The Opinion 01 The Prosecutor In Full Which Snys Matter Must Be Submitted Toi Vote Of The People Of Knox County At Regular Election Kobrunry ZOtli. Editor Bannor In view of tho fact that thoro lias ueon moic or losa discussion through tho columns of your pupor concern ing tho establishment of a "homo" for homoless, friendless nnil dopondont children of Knox county. I hollovo It no nioro than fair to ull parties con corned that tho following opinion, ron dercd by tho Prosecuting Attorney, ho given...

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. — 23 February 1912

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQE 8EVEM ft w I 'i I t "i' "i4 r r 4 ! A' "i f r 4 MARTINSBURO , t r $" ! l ! 'I -h ! I 4 ! t 1 An entcrtnlnmont lisld In tho town fcnll Tuesday evening, Fob. 20, In cele bration of Defenders' Day. Mr. Carl Van Voorhla was In Utlca Saturday. Mrs. Toll McClcllnnd Is visiting her aunt, Mrs, Maria Sims of Loulsvlllo. Tho members of Miss YarnoH's claBS of Sunday school pupils wero mo3l de lightfully entertained at tho homo of Mr. nnd Airs. Mossholdcr Wednesday Toning. Mrs. J. P. Shrontz entertained tho mombors or tho Embroidery Club and tholr husbands with a Valentino party Monday .evening. Tho decorations wero of red hearts arranged artistic ally throughout tho house. Music and n tilp through Wonderland followed by a two-couso luncheon wero pleasing' to all present. Dr. and Mrs. Douglas, Dr. Anderson and Mr. H. C. Dodd of tho Mt Vernon Saultorlum wero tho out of town guests. Ms. W. P. Shral:o of Coshocton Is tho guest of Mrs. A. N. Tll...

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. — 23 February 1912

-V - '. -l ri in .. mm-Ui rti. hi h i ii nfcun'riimiim ii ;gS'ji;!j!yMi-ajjijji ; .tw. a WAJaWMBitt1HWTgJ'lKaUW)tt',lvTOaUyCTTl jwa&mmMmiVilMtoWWtttiiLj $Miiimiiittmnmim'umiMntwnuuKinm w3Mwaiwrtoifc((Mit WtE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23, 112. V' Yr T K fcf ' stiour LOCALS Eggs 28c; Buttor 3c. "Fsot troublos. See Stokes, chlrpodlst. Hou. L. D. Ilouck was a busnoss vis itor In Centerburg Thursday morning. Mr. It C. Curtis Is 111 with grip at TUs homo on Mansfield avonue. Mr. Harry Ford of Columbus Is vis lUng for several days with Mr. Carl Sellers of East Gambler street. Dr. V. W. Pennoll went to Cincin nati, Ohio, Wednesday evening to at tend a physicians' meeting. Miss Maude Henwood and Miss Stella Anderson went to Columbus Thursday morning to spend tho day Miss Ha Williams wont to Hiram, 'Ohio, Thursday morning to remain over Sunday visiting with friends. 'Messrs Lester Dutt and Leon Zles--loft went to Columbus Thursday morn ing to mako a short visit. Miss No...

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. — 27 February 1912

fe m$s& tixtoctxaic f ami r PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDA)T, FEBRUARY 27, 1912 No. 17 ESTABLISHED 1836 9 ME R . v ' V I ft Says He Will Accept Nomination ; For The Presidency Answers Governors !n Few Words, IGNORES OWN INTEREST Ready to Bow to Party's Will It Named at Chicago. ADVOCATES PRIMARY SYSTEM Says People Should Be Given Chance to Express'Clioicc For Presidential Kominee Head quarters Denies That Colonel Will Run independent if De feated at Convention. Now York, Feb. 26. "I will accept tiie nomluntlou tor president It It Is tendered to me," Colonel Roosevelt tells the seven governors who asked Urn a fortnight ago to be frank about it as soon as convenient. This is the letter, dated on Saturday last: "I deeply appreciate your letter and I realize to the full the heavy (responsibility It puts upon me, ex pressing as It does the carefully con Idered convictions of the men eloct d by snpulnr vote to stand as the heads of government In their -several otntes. "I absol...

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. — 27 February 1912

.-s-.V- ,-SlP . ,-,. - - -.-! - -- 'itiin mimiiMMH r " " . 1 Mi m wmramwmmxawmMmrvWGtwitm$wvw BAK "JArSr- TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY FEBRUARY 27, 1912. i fjraTOJLWUMECTjrp ulviK- KliMUUiir.BUUIJjIM'.i. ii'ili ll ifflllii I n in mm inn 11 1 hiiiiiiiiiimmhhw ! mm iwmimiuwiniwumis E tsta . .. - WAN! ARMY 111 NVADE MEXICO People Along Border Fear For Lives Of Americans Mayor Of El Paso And Others Declare That Situation In Juarez Warrants Sending Of Yankee Soldiers Across Border To Put Down Rebellion Against Aiadero War Secretary Says He Is Not Authorized To Take Drastic Measures Proposed WaBhlngton, Fob. 24. A request tar American Intervention In Mexico "was made upon the war department i&y Mayor Kelly and a .delegation of cltltens of El Paso who nalied Socrc ary8tlmson to ond American troops 2nto Juarez to preserve order and "protect Americans. Secretary Stlm eon replied it was Impossible undor present conditions. In a diBpntch from a government official on the border, one ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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