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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 5 March 1912

YUE8DAV, MARCH 5, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN ' .fi- y CLOTHING IGNITED From Lantern In liollom Of His Buggy And Asliland Co, Farmer Ito ccivcd Fatal Burns Clothes Burned Entirely From His Body And Hie Ftesli Was Left Hanging In Shreds Died In Great Agony Several Hours Afterward (Mansfield News) Edward Wallace, a well-to-do farmer living three miles from Ashland on tho Ollvesburg road, died Thursday morning at 3 o'clock as the result of burns, caused by his clothes becoming ignited from a lantern. Ho had attend ed a sale at Wellington Wednesday, driving a team of high spirited, hors es. To protect himself from the cold, Mr. Wallace, who was almost 66 years old, plnced a lighted lantern in the bottom of the buggy, between his legs, then placed heavy blankets over his lap. It was at first thought the lan tern exploded, but it was found intact, so the conclusion is tho man's clothes caught from tho flame. Frank Slocum, who lives about three miles out on the Orango road, wen...

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 March 1912

iPe EIGHT $Sfi DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1112. 1 t St ;t fit 4 I ANNIE YEAMANS Actress Diet In New York M A,tor Short Illness. DEATH TAKES ACTRESS Sudden Illness Proves Fatal to Mrs. Annie Yeamans. Now York, March 4. Mrs. Annlo Yoamans, tho actress, dlod in her Apartments at tho hotel Gorard. at 'h ago of 7G. She suffered. a Blight atroko of npoplexy, cm' Ja'h. llSi'bul re covered sulllclcntly to-, bo about tho Siotel and to (lrlyrf out some. She ras out driving as Into as a 'wtfok go. She boenmo worse,' and Buf fered a second stroke. Sho sank rap idly after that until her dcalh. With jber whon she died wero her only hnirvlvlng daughter, Mrs. Lydla Yea Cnons Titus of London, and Mrs. "Elizabeth Fox, who' had Iqng been 'tbo aged woman's companion. PETITIONS COMING "intranets Will ; Flood .Convention During Present ' Week'.' Columbus, 0 March 4, Early this 'week petitions bearing soveral thou sand names will bo, sent, ,tp ,tho con stitutional convention nsklng that tho conv...

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 March 1912

MWF','7$pWIWfSWi$fllV'TS W" Ttffvj',V,'FWWW!!? r7Frvfw"' r "?' t jr "f vsrswwpippw'fl f- llrf X tmvttu &tttue ; "Ci HJP 1 J' rj i. K I PRICE TWO CENTS TEST ,llll! ed failure Will lie Basis Andrews' Defense Jury Is Taken To Room 317 in Chittenden Hotel Where Money is Said To Have Been Pail To fronton Sen ator While Stenographic Operator In 'joining . Room Took Notes 111 Lonversatlon Mrs. Rodney J, Oiegel Interested JiourCSpectator , . Colunibm, O., March 7. That the dictagraph test made in court prove! holr contention that tho machine "1b ft fake," is the latest claim made by counsel for Senator Andrews of Ironton, on trial hero for bribery. While the prosecution admits that tho stenographer on the receiving end of tho dictagraph failed to get U that was said In an antoroom off the couitroom, where tho transmit ting instrument -was placed undor a ouch, under circumstances similar to that at the Chittenden hotel where Ute detectives' are alleged to 'have optrapped the legislators,...

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 March 1912

A8E TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912 At mmnmM trr afiwawry wrtfnavnrfwn 4 I I llll BUG SUICIDES Aspect At Iioscoe Takes His Own Life This Morning By Swallowing A Quantity Of ' Poisonous Drug At The Home Of His Mother South Of The Village lelieved That The Man Had Caused The Fires Midi Have Occurred In Hoscoe On Recent Dates Roscoe, O., March 6 Fred Landa- man, suspected of being the fire bug at this place, committed suicide this morning at the home of his mother, 'one mile south of here, by swallowing a quantity of some poisonous drug. He was dead when discovered by rcla 'Uvea. For some time past the residents of th!. community have been greatly Alarmed over the many fires of Incen diary origin and the state fire mar shal and his deputies have been here recently making a rigid examination and It Is said that Landaman was sua .plctoned as having set fire to a num-'-fcor of buildings, although no arrests were made. The deceased was 37 years of age, wax married, but had...

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 March 1912

A. ' y K V FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1012. H i i i i i l t t t I i i f PREUeniCKTOWN l f ! 5 i i J $ l ! t ! 4? Wayno Lodgo, No. 303, Knights of Pythias hold their annual bannuot on Monday evening which was a most do , IlghUul occasion. About throo hun dred mombcrs and guosta woro prosont and had. ono of tho best times of their llvos. The K. of P. hall wob thrown opon wboro tho morabors gathered for a social nud at bIx o'clock tho dinner was announced to bo ready at tho Ma boiiIo Hall whoro Bomo hundred and thirty woro seated at a tlmo. Tho menu consisted of salad, wafers, roast boot and gravy,1 mashed potatoes, whlto and brown bread, olives, pickles, cof fee, lco cream, cake, and mlntB. Thrca times woro tho tablos lied boforo all could bo served. After tho dinnor tho following program was glvon at tho K. of P. hall: Solectlon by tho or chostra, address by Mr. A. C. Huddlo, vocal solo by Mrs. P. L. Wllklns of Mt Vornon, reading by Miss Wcltha Keck, plauo solo by Miss Mattlo Burns, reading by...

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 March 1912

-"yVfT- PAGE FOUH THE DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912 I? I . MoUNl VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 3 nra i -'v,orooS3c.i'ar 6 MONUMENT SQUARE En lured al tno Mt, Vernon, 0H poit office ae second cUuu mail matter. Resolutions of Respeot, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five conto per line. Subscription Kate 1.5I par your. Tho Tuft-nooaofclt flfilithas readied ttao challongo stago. Why not Imvo a joint debate between Clio principals li tho BUlclde? MLJERIN Man Iliglily Complimented By Shoe Dealers Of Ohio Tho liquor question, bo far an tho -con-con Is concerned. In ooUtoiL and It must bo said that Uia'-tioonso proposi tion adopted was (ho1 beat proeontcd for consideration. THE "HOUN DAWG" IN POLITICS Theso be Interesting 'dnyo In poli tics, and likewise- not without enter tainment. Tho slrctiuoaitr ot tho Taft-Roosevelt lrabroello (ho liurilnir of brickbats and quantities of slimy mud by tho princlnabi and Uiolr "direc tors" has already roachod a point whore a dlvorslon tha...

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 March 1912

rt n rfw FRIDAY, MAHCH B, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE FIV s 4r AiilMSS IS GIVEN By President Slilreman Be fore Citizens Association In Midi He Touches Upon Important Matters Relative To The Betterment Of Cily Of Mt. Vernon Speaks Of Many filings Which Are Needed At Present Other Business Transacted fly The Association Tho regular monthly mooting of the Citizens Association was held Wed nesday evening In tho rlty council chamber. A largo numbor of membors woro In attendance. President Shire man was In tho chair and tho minutes of tho last meeting wero road by Sec retary Rimer. Mr. Frank L. Young mado a roport rolatlvo to progress In tho paving of Coshocton avenue. Messrs. I. Rosenthall and Frank E. Klrby wero appointed to Investigate a new industry seeking a location in Mt. Vernon. Informal talks wero given by vari ous mombors of tho association. Tho following was tho address of Prosldont E. E. Shireman in full: It ia not tho purpose of this paper to refer to the sins of omissi...

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 March 1912

W1rn ,, - , - ,, ,lf-f , , ,y V --, -rr " -M " . - . "Y-'' '".: -lmimm.iJ,mmrm,m ! tmmmiik i !. i uliun ifwwt i W"'1 W.y-,.,?,, i,fflr .-fc- w. i , UMiiffrfmyii.i y i.H.iHiii.iiiriii.innri-rpiriii 1 i V " I '! i.Lim.tf,MwWM4MmvWWl'1KWVLW(Wm PAGE SIX. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1012 " UmumtV W WLWMYIWWWlimiKmill A mall Investors ',r Have You Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars or One Hundred Dollars FvM ? x " arwfV v t v " l mail tSnnds tar r h i f t ! : A.u 1 I If t,. ' i .1 & i h For an Absolutely Guaranteed & Investment Tho Kimball Light, Power nnd Water Company, who own a fifty year franchlso for electric light, nowor and watorwork8 In Kimball, VVcat Virginia, has placed In our hands for salo Thirty Thousand ($30,000) Dollars worth of Its G first inortgago twenty-year gold treas ury bonds, subject to prior salo. Tho denominations of these bonds aro $2ti0 each and $100 each, which tho principal and interest of C Is QVUAltANTEED by a first mortgago or trust deed on t...

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 March 1912

Twrrtpi F fw (3j r rwinr f-ti " j ! v, iBfrff" iv 5 rtF'WPJP"' 'Typ' yTT-wFrtfTyr ?SryRfTPP 1 FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQC EVKM V LICENSE FIGHT COMES 10 NO Consfitutlonol Deleyates Adopt Anderson SI1U6 NOT GUILTY IS LINDSEY Breweries And Persons fit Hi Repute Not Eligible For License, Amount Of Which is To Be Determined By Leglslalure Not More Than One Saloon Permitte To Every 500 Inhabitants Of Municipalities-Two Convictions Cancel License f i I I 1 X $ I X" I 1 i i i 1 I "1 I 5 I I I THE PROPOSED LIQUOR LICENSE CLAUSE AS AGREED TO BY THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION "License to traffic In intoxicating liquors Bhall bereaftoi bu grant ed In tills state, and license laws operative throughout the state shall be passed with such restrictions and regulations as the General As sembly may provide, and the General Assembly shall authorize mun icipal corporations to provide for the limitation of the number of sa loons, under general laws applicable thereto; provided that...

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 March 1912

W"""!"" Lli,"" ,WP", ! f l,J i i in M I hiBWAi i nini. i ti.i. i, ' fci.lll imtmMiiitiM .illiiwHIIMl I . I IWl,,. ,l.,.)yj(.il HI II IHHMW H I hmgWHtiyiMff'1'? ytlfUM'" ' ,11,1 -n - KyiiL ' IWWMIlJi 4flM-- . il dlWi.l.iWjmify MlfUrf .lM, jijll , i, iT.f ,iil ww.mntni., h)n .1 'i iniii )iii.wm)nfi(wMWw W8B RIGHT 1 i i.i ii urn in THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH , 1012 1.1 v tA- '4 NORTH LIBERTY ! j j 4 i 4 ! 4 I J J4 "l Wullo cutting wood for David Crun Hklltou last Friday Letter Pnlge cut his Ifoot bo badly that several stitches 'wero required. Ho Is being cared for t tho homo of Mr. Crumkllton. Percy Crumkllton loft for Marlon 'S'ueeday evening to get souie rcjmlra 'ttT his machinery. Mr. Israel McCoy of Canton Is visit--iiiB his son, W. D. McCoy. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. It. Deal visited 'Mends at Centcrburg a few days last Mr. George Klrkpalrlc of Ionn, Mfch. I visiting at Old Dunuilro homo. Mr. John Miller, living south of Howii, Is sufTorlnK from rhoumatlBm. Feed Is scaice In thin ...

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 March 1912

9 9 mxntt twottu ft., w PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1912 No. 21 ESTABLISHED 1836 v WANTS RIVAL TO Caolaifi Amundsen Have Reached Pole Saw No Evidence Of PrcseDce Intrepid Navigator 01 Polar Seas, However," AdmltsThat Flag Oilier Marker Left By Englishman May Have Been Blown Away Opens Up And Telis More Of Trip On Good Ship Pram And Over Limitless Ice Fields London, March 11. Captain Roald Amundsen, according to a dispatch from llobart, Tasmania, stated In na Interview there that ho thought K was extremely likely that Gaptain Scott reached tho south pole either before or after ho CAmund en) got there. Tho weather "wna very favorablo for bucIi an achieve ment. Captain Amundsen said ho hoped Captain Scott did get thcro. because he deserved to succeed. He, however, did not see tho small est sign of anybody having been there before him. Captain Scott, ho sold, couldn't have built a cairn for -documents becauta thflro.iwjro jbo. tonee there; only' a wide snow plain....

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 March 1912

A AQE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MAHCH 12, 1912 fMllHIW .IIUW" .! E4; ..' K EL CAPL ROALD DESCRIBES Beached Goal bj, IV Last Year. .REMAINED THREE DAYS Wanted lo Make Sure ol His Observations, JOURNEY DEVOID OF ACCIDENT 'Fine Weather Materially Assisted Party of Five That Made Final OashOverlcs Fields-Bringing Back Valuable Geological Col lection. New York, March 9. Captain Amundsen's own narrative of his nt 'Ulnmont of tho south polo, Deo. 14-17, BY ROALD AMUNDSEN. (Copyright 1012, by Tho New York Times Company; all rights Resorvcd.) Hobart, Tasmania, March 8, 11:20, - in. On tho 10th of Fobruary, 1011, no commenced to work our nay to 'vrard tho south, from that day to tho "lltth of April establishing three do poU, which in nil contained a quan 'tlty of provisions of about .1,000 Itllno. One thousnud six hundred Kilou, In eluding 1,100 kilos of seal meat, wero cached In SO degrees, 700 kilos in 81 ttefcrees und 800 klloa in 82 dogroes aoulh latitude. A no landmarks were 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. — 12 March 1912

TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1912 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAOC THn. Y i NKWAKK WON OUT ' In The Triangular Debate On Friday Evening M(. Vernon Won At Zanesville By Close Margin But Newank Was Successful In The Two Cities Large Audience Heard The Debate In Mt. Vernon And tali Enthusiasm Was Manifested By The Students Tho annual triangular debate, by teams representing tho high schools of Mt. Vernon, Nowark and Zanesville, was won by Newark high school Fri day evening. They won at Nowark on tho afflrmatlvo and at Mt. Vernon on tho ncgattvo of the question: "Resolved, That each state, In the Union should enact laws es tablishing compulsory arbitration In labor disputes, constitutionality granted." At Nowark tho victors won by unani mous vote of tho judges and also at Mt. Vernon by unanimous vote. Mt. Vernon won on tho negative al Zanos villo S to 1. This gives Zanesvlllo de feat on both sides of the question, Mt. Vernon victory on tho negative and Nowark victory on both tho affirmative and tho ne...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 March 1912

jjjSjcg mKmSChi 'v Hwifrwd wmUi IS?S3Jte':iit!J;sy?sjiiM'"" kv w. a GE FOUR rmmmmmwamvmammim THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1912 iwwMwwwMniimjmnuM'i'iww lifci juli WOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 5 om i -" VC7"o olacly MONUMENT SQUARE Entered ni the Mt Vernon, 0., pout Qfllco ae second olut mll matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, flvo cents per line. Subscription Rnto $1.C0 por year. 50C! AU5TS ta Trcparing For Hot Bailie In MliwauKee Be Primaries To Be Held On tali (9 Mllwaukeo, Win., March 11 Tho lines arc forming for Uio liottoBt po litical fight In Mllwaukoo'fl" municipal history. Tomorrow will io Uio first tiay of rcglHtralloii (or tho coming municipal election. Tho primaries will bo held on March 19, on March 3G tho voters will Imvo Uiolr last op portunity to register and on April 2, the election la to bo hold. Tho result of Uio election will bo watched with groat Interest through 'nut the country, for it will doflnttoly settle tho...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 March 1912

'Mpffl$yrY?'rF, r v v""i 'wiw ! t j tr ' ir"y ., ,. TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1912 THE DEMOCRATIC JBANNfift. PAOf. KtVI CONTRACT TO BEMADE By County Commissioners Of Knox County With The Commissioners Of Richland County For Care Of The iiomelsss Children in That County Until A Home Can Be Built Id This County Other Items Of Interest From The Court Bouse It la most probable that the county commissioners at their session some Umo Monday will sign up a contract with tho commissioners of Richland county whereby tho orphans of Knox county will bo given a homo in the Richland county children's home. The contract has been drawn up by tho commissioners of Richland county and has been sent to Auditor Young, clerk ot tho Knox county board of county commissioners, and will be brought up for consideration Monday. Tho commissioners seem to be In favor of making this contract and the signature o'f each commissioner to tho contract is expected. Tho children's homo In Rlchlan county, which is located in M...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 March 1912

i in .11 j)it,uyfimimimrinmm J i i li i ill in MM WMWlfWUMUMf wUwumnnijin imiWiSBinniifeM PAGE SIX, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAY, MARCH 12, 10l2 nwfjimn iiwimw rmiiiiimii iiiiimwiuiiuj IW : i l ft V i I - V r I i ? I-' fc 'J I i i !( I lf I. .!' I!!- 7, & Wh METHODISTS INTERESTED Id The Movement Which Started In Cincinnati To Remove The Restriction On Theatre Going Ministers Want It Removed At The Conference Able Discussion dlade By Several Clergymen Showing Why The Ban Should Be Removed Mt. Vernon Methodists aro Intense ly Interested In a. movement startod In Cincinnati which nny result in re moving tho ban offjthe Mbthodlnfc gon eral conference from thoatorgolng. The movement was lunugurntod by the Rov. Frank Martin, paRtor of tho State Avenuo Methodist church, Cin cinnati, at a mooting of llio Metho dist MliiBtera' association, and It re ceived tho endorsement of a majority of thoso present. Tho present attitude of Uio Motho dlst church, embodied in paragraph 2G0 of tho Met...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 12 March 1912

' -"j" J,fI""-W ""iyjWW1 'iiJ"HwB!' rT-"'';T 'f v"" ! '1lJtJ FW UTO5 K TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1012 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE SEVEN sy X Children Cry Tho Kind You Ilavo Always lionght, nncl ivhlch Ims liccn in uso lor over 30 yenra, litis borno tlio slfrimttiro of ? and 1ms been made under Ills per- fjP sAffi-i?- sonnl supervision slneo Us Infancy. -ru&V3f 46CcAtAi Allow no one to dccolvo you In tltta. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-ns-good " aro but Experiments that triHo with tiva endanger tho Iiealth of Infants and Oliildren Experience against Experiment. at is Cactorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parc- Coiic, Drops and Sootliinjr Syrups. It 13 pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Bubstancc. Its ago is Its gnaranteo. It destroys Worms and allays Foverlshnoss. For more than thirty years it has been in constant uso lor tlio relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Vind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrlinsa. It regulates tho Stomach ...

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 March 1912

WBUBtHU rutfSMi"ffriUuj'gir5 mmmmmmmmminMW'ittartviwt mmmmmwew&tm f)wmtMt9iLbmMMgmweMitowtt WRS?!trr'tj r it- n- r- ,- r-w-rw'-rfV f"i -rp. - h If ft & !', ff i JPAVC &IQHT KILLS FATHER WHO MENACED MOTHER Youth Held In Bellefonlalne Jail Says Own Lite Threatened. Bcllcfontaine, O., March 11. Hen ry Pash, GO, a farmer, was shot and Instantly killed at their homo "west tf here by Ills son Herman, 21, Tho Idcer Pash had been drinking hoav Uy and It is said battered down a he d room door behind which cowered Mrs, rash and her three children, nd snapped a loaded revolver In his wife's face. Tho cartridge failed to explode. 1 rman grabbed a shotgun and fired at his father. Tho Bitot entered Pash's neck and soTorcd tho Jugular vein. Tho boy Is In Jail. Tho pollco ay thcro Is no case against him. Last August Herman Pash was ar rested, charged with furnishing his lather with liquor, but tho boy wan -discharged by tho court, tho vldenco showing that ho was tho victim of a plot hat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 March 1912

mm.1 lP$pi vv I, . f',-1 K W jttturcttt fttttuer. M . S PRICE TWO CENTS irn 1b V i W W n W V VT" ST"! bi II flTlfc ffi Dramatic Scenes Verdict Convicted Solon Collapses-Wife Shrieks" An(TIs Taken in Charge By Friends, WtillelAged Fatlierjs led From Room-Children Frantically Clutch At Mother's Knee-Strong Men WeepAndTears;Come To Eyes Of Prosecuting Attorney Jurner-WIU Appeal Case Columbus, O., March 14. After de liberating I hour and 50 minutes, tho Jury in Judge Dillon's court decided that State Senator LeForest It. An drews of I ronton accepted a uribo of 5SS00 from Detective Prank Harrison Smiley, a Burns operative, last spring to influence his vote on the Cotone Wlilttomore Insurance hill. Following announcement of the verdict, the. scene was one that will long bo remembered by witnesses. ITrlends of the condemned senator jwept and tears came to-the- eyes ot Prosecutor Turner and his associ ates, while ounsel for Senator An drews seemed appalled. ' Seated around Senator Andrews ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 March 1912

WpMWW. Mill 111 ) Ifllll llltll.uV WNMlMMiilMMIMIMUlllMM leHl w frV;??wbk' 'X r,'"t!r i ii injiLjui ii ! --.swn:f-rtMii. .... ii I"" " '" t )KjioijijiH'iiutatytcMiiiiwVi'iHi'iMii i ' i -- AGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1912. lL? . Mti. L 8RYAN BOOSTS - THE INITIATIVE $9 Holds II ol More Importance Than the Referendum. ALSO FOR LATTER AND RECALL Courts, Corporations, Labor, Educa tion, Primaries and Taxation Afford -Other Subjects For tho Eloquept Nebrasknn, Who Makes a Lenthy Address to Members of the Ohio Constitutional Convention Essence of the Speech. Columbus, O., March 12. Hcfore an nudlcnco that more than filled tho &all of tho houso of representatives, William J. Bryan, Democracy's great rator, this morning offered ndvlco to the delegate!) to tho Ohio constitu tion convention. Problems now be fore the convention afforded thcmcB Jot the noted Nobraskan's address. Throughout ho commanded closo at tentlon and on dlrors occasions drew licarty applauso from h...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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