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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 15 March 1912

lF' -&pr " 'Wfn r nwj'f' ; FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1812. tfHE DEMOCRATIC BANNEE. PAQE TH rU V U y BURGLARY ATTEMPTED At Home Of Mrs. Mary Buck ingham Tuesday Evening Burglars Pried Open A Win dow And Were In The House With Money And Jewelry Almost Within Their Grasp When Ibey .Were Frightened Away By The Family r Police Were Called But The Burglars Made Their Escape W(th Jewelry, money and other ar ticles of value almost within their grasp, burglars were frightened away from the home of Mrs. Mary M. Buck ingham at 109 West Vine street Tues day night. Before the Intruders had time to make away with anything of value the police were on the scene and tho burglars hastily made their escape through a window at the rear of the house. At,ll:30 o'clock Mrs. Buckingham, her, eon, Mr. Fred Lawlcr, and hen daughter, Miss Anna Buckingham, re turned to their homo to find the front( doojjunlocked. This was thought, how oveto hayo been, an oversight made by v tho last member of tho farnlly to leoojt...

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. — 15 March 1912

WJHiiivwmiC?wiiiitiiiiTitikKilll aSSBStSiiiitmrmi mi niiwmwwwiiwimi. ipurtmwui wmwiiWI PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1012. uLm nanwuwjinMiMiin'i mw S Lf. mount vernon ohio fRANK HARPER, Editor - o rxx l -'Wo o JaLl-y & MONUMENT SQUARE . Entered at the Mt Vernon, O., post offlce as second OlMi'raIl matter. Resolutions of RespeeVOtltuarlco and Cards of ThankswHwo-tenUjjer'lne. 'Subscription Itato fl.&0 por year. TRU8T8 TARIFF AND CAM PAIQN FUNDS The Houso Stool Trust Investigating Committee has mado public somo of thB findings oMU'iort accountant, Farquhar J. MoRaoSrlioNjxanilnod tho Ijooks and minutes Vt tho United 8tates corporation, jp. Morgan & Company, It was reported, received ap proximately $70,000,000 caflh profits for organizing tho life fltooi combine It will bo reraombcrcd lhat ThoOdoro noosovclt, during a, critical period, of his public llfo, declared that lib was nfraid of alienating; tho J. P. Morgan interests, which had always boon frien...

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. — 15 March 1912

iWrp$m mr -pyw7v-f fr'1 'r.-9n v rniDAY, MARCH 15, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE PIVfr . '?W X J' X ARREST SUSPECT In Coimlion With The At tempted Byrglory At The Buckingham Home On Tuesday Night William Coleman, Colored, Taken In By Police And Ad Afiidavit Is filed Against Him Coleman Tells His Story To The Qfiicers William Coleman, with a bad crimin al record In tho past, was arrested on Thursday morning by Lieutenant of Police McElroy and locked up In the county Jail and slated "held for war rant." Later Thursday morning an afndav it was sworn to by Chief of Police R. 8. Clements before Mayor A. A. Per rlne, charging Coleman with burglary. It Is alleged by the police that Cole man Is the man who broke Into the homo of Mrs. Mary Buckingham on West Vine street Tuesday, but was frightened away before he could make away with anything. Tho penalty for burglarizing or at tempting to burglarize a dwelling house Is a most serious one as the law provided that a person found guilty of ...

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. — 15 March 1912

umtmmmmtiiM,imt mmttm9mmi.mmi ' ' Wm?- pAGE s,x THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1012. & m m M ,bl '.t vl S ik fc" Lfcc FLORIDA Interestingly Described By Mrs. lliotnns.Mv t -V Wtio Is Spending TlieWinter In Tbe Sunny South IHet Many ML Vernon People In State 0! Florida St. Augus?;,., March ?. tf Editor Bannor Wo nro ngaln on trip and. thought I would toll my brothers fcm&i sisters, u the North how dlftorenUpctho South1 is. Today It la pu.!y,,9n',d.tt$rBps Ijutho, shndfc, nnd scema. very pleasing to seo tho trees ln.fjjijo.iphnd th.bi'sprjnfl' crop of potatoes up and flowed. , .Winter gardens aro In full Most and tho soring Kardoun.aco nlautod. . in ' Wo took a trlpah..tolntitotiii,noacn' on, tho steamer Paulina,, capacity ;o over 100, and had ia (v'o'ry ploafJaat rido of Bovernl miles around -tho bay and landed at tho Pencil whoro a street car awatWjdj uayooUlnVllito' ft hugo corn crib, with'fre&ts, Qn'r6otU Sides tho car holding, riBOjcJ'l'no.JUorao and drlvor ...

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. — 15 March 1912

W-l',fa,rr"Wivr f' $!' V - v"r-w$mr'r -v7 FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQE SEVEN v?THWm V V 1 V y i I CHANCERY ASSIGNMENT Token Up In Common Picas Court Monday Afternoon And. Many Matters Disposed Of By Judge Wickham Nuncupative Will Has Been filed In Probate Matter 01 Children's Home Is Settled For Present Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Judge Wickham of Dolawaro con vened common pleas court at 1:30 o'clock Monday afternoon when the regular assignment of chancery cases was taken up and much business was disposed of during the afternoon as follows: Gill Herman Co. vs. Lee et al Judg ment for defendant. Bond ?200 for ap peal. Motion for now trial overruled. Dunlap vs. Slmpkins Motion for now trial overruled. Cochran vs. Cocliran Dismissed for failure of prosecution. Conrad vs. Conrad Dismissed for failure of prosecution. Spring vs. Spring Dismissed. Koons vs. Curran Cause nettled. . Evors vs. Gardner Motion for new trial overruled. WlllIainBon vs. Sh...

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. — 15 March 1912

'ytoWMmm Wfm wmrM I'iiifrfrffwuwmn mtfuwtimv&fvwnwwt&i KAfCW laayuMi fyf M riiM wlrfna ! '" ' , ? . j)n.. ' i.Tt M f,.,T .!-.- p.nY , - v- y K-f f AQE RIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1012. I) ,tt ?1 Vfi PROPOSED Change To Be Made In The CUM Laws Enlarged Jurisdiction To Oe Given Juvenile Court SHORT LOCALS When tho next legislature convenes tlio Ohio State commission for tho codification and revision of laws ro anting to children will recommend the passago of laws making It prohibitive to bond, hoys or girls until they be come of age. This la one of tho most staitllng recommendations which have been adopted by the commission, consisting of Judge Daniel IJabst of Crestllno and A. D. Ualdwln of Cleveland appointed by Governor Harmon. The old Kuropean custom of n pnr ont, or guardian of a child, Indenturing the youngster to a mechanic of farmer, until tho charge became of ago, which was adopted In Ohio, as well as other states, will bo ropoaled undpr tho now code,...

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 March 1912

J.' UtltltV PKICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1912 No. 23 ESTABLISHED 1836 ii X mt y .u. WHi INSPFPT Hit) I Lu I' TAFT'S Senator Burton County Will Deliver Address Before Constitutional Convention In Morning And In Afternoon Will Attend Gathering 01 Committeemen Wild View To Solidifying, Sentiment For President Tatt In Native State-laylio Opposes Brown's Scheme Columbus, O., March 18. Much i terest attaches to the political events tliat aro scheduled for this city dur lng the present week. Tomorrow morning Senator Theodore Burton of Cleveland will address the con stitutional convention and in the afternoon will attend a pro-Taft con ference with the chairmen of tho Republican county committees and many members of the state execu tive committee, who will consult with Lewis C. Laylln and other Taft load ers as to ways and means for 'better ing tho Taft chancea in Ohio. Republican Stnto Executive Com mltteo Chairman Laylln, in answer to tho letter of Republican Stato C...

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 March 1912

MniwttU AGE 1W0 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1912. TfTvsnam ft - "V plfc FRANK G. HURSH Hardin County' Delegate In Constitutional Convention. HAS NEW PROPOSAL Anderson Gets Into Initiative and Referendum Game. Columbus, O., March 10.- -That del egates In the conntltutlonal conven tion who urn not nlllcd with Mm rad ical group, but, strongly favor tho In itiative a,iid referendum, muHt tnko hold to provent tho defent of tho -proposition either In tho convention or at the polls, was an oplufon ex lircssod by Dr. S. D. Peas, an I. and It. advocute. Othor delegates point ed to tho liquor IIcoiiro light us proof of the fact that neither radicals nor consenattveH can dominate and both must glvo way to middle-way men. Delegate Anderson prepared a sub ntltuto for the Crosser proposal -which eliminates tho direct Initiative feature (which means Ignoring of tho general assembly), against which moat strenuous Objection Is being mado. He would have tho legislative Initiative under ...

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 March 1912

' o 7 l ? y j TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1012. V """ '"" '" i'j THE PRICE Lima, O., March 1C Eulogies to tho dead Jurist by membors of tho northwestern Ohio bar, in session, and memorial services nt Markot Street Presbyterian church marked tho last tributes over tho blor of Su premo Court Justice James L. Prico, Who bleeps undor a. snow-covored grave In Woodlnwn cemetery. Jus tlco Johnson and Former 'Justice Summers paid tributes at the bar as sociation session. The body lay In irtato from 1 o'clock until 2 and was vlowofl by hundreds. Many stato officials wero present. eWambna, 0.. March 1G. Tho stato foaard of administration Issued an or fler abolishing all forms of corporal Punishment In all penal Institutions lander Its control. Plenty of Ends. "Maramn," queried small Edgar, "bow many ends are there to a stick of candy?" "Two, of course," was tho reply. "That's funny," mused the little fel low. "I have bitten off three or four ends, and there ure two left yet." Chicago News. Tho toss of...

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 March 1912

MIUIII mun-ii,!.ui'!"iitm'iiw'iiiTiim MM mmmmmmmmmmtitamMmmmMiimmiitmmiitm mMmmmtsMminmmm'tm Bl Wmi imrtliwawVlftm rtftl"'"" . PAOE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MAHCH 19, 1012- m Hi r ml s i r '' I J ' ml e. UK - Mb! fffc, t ' SB! wfh II 1 1 1 IHMrt. i: Aim mm w WM ,1 MuUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor y oco.i-'VCrool3Ciy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the- Mt Vernon, O., poit Sice ne second cIum mull matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cent per line. 'Subscription Rato J1.G0 vor yoar. ARIZONA SEES IANV tAW8 I'hocnlx, Ariz., March 18 Arizona's llrst Slate legislature, convened at noon today and proceeded to llio worlc of organization. Tlio election of two United States senators will bo tlio first Important matter takon dp nfter the body gets Into working. Tlio elec tion of tho BenatorH will not occupy much tlmo as tho ndvlsory primary already has named Henry J Ashurst of I'icscott and Maieus A. Smith of Tucion to wear llio logaB. lloth aro...

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 March 1912

, n y m Njr-vtf. TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAQE PlVft V A SUIT IS FILED By Fred , Wooster Against Partner, Frank 0. Levering .Asking For Dissolution Of The Partnership Business And Unit An Accounting Be Filed in Court m Case Filed Against The Penns Alleging Fraud Circuit Court Will Convene Tuesday Morning A suit was fllod In tho court of com mon pleas of Knox county Monday morning by Fred B. Wooator against Frank O. Loverlng, asking for tho dls eolutlon of a partnership nnd an ac counting. Tho plaintiff alleges that on March 20, 1905, tho plaintiff and tho defend ant ontcrcd Into a partnership in tho gas and oil business for tho purpose ot sinking wells, etc. Tho plaintiff al leges that ho was to receivo the salary of $125 por month as general managor. Tho plaintiff states that ho has acted in this capacity for several years and now has in his possession, machinery, etc. Tho plaintiff says that ho has ask ed for a settlement with tho defendant on several occasi...

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 March 1912

jU'JLgaajiagig"i'S5i lrqpr WT". ' "" ' T" tx)"!ltKX","vtd'fP "VJVVj"''', ', '" innY "i" i ta Mb JLM-Mtwpi)iii ill jiii ii3PMiBiiaiuL;;r wanfWiMwwwmMifiwMwyMr itii. , (w,,. t,, of9l V AGE SlA THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, MARCH 19, 10)2. twMi"t m''iwim.jrjJirwim!niinfiwmnrjiyMimxi iimwiuum tfcia.il iuj,iimFi.ww.jjiMiiimjwu.jiiiuii mmmtntuvrntrmBmL FOSI DISTRESSING EBS ARR T SUSPICIOUS STRANGE imm IN THE PEN Taken To The Instltullon On Friday Morning Deed J)f Assiflnment Filed By Wm. P. Wliittington M I I Waigiit & Levering Partner ship Ordered Dissolved Common Pleas Cotirt Adjourns Until April 3 Oilier items 01 Interest From Ttmpie Of Justice Charles Foster, uoiiloiiood to tlio Ohio penitentiary for 18 yoars for burglary, anduTjJH-oUier, Claronco Foster, sentenced lo Uio samo lnstl tutlou 1 years for grand larceny, wero convoyed to tlio nonllontlury by Sher iff Parker Friday morning, leaving Mt. Vernon on tlio 10:G! train. Ilolli mon woro hand-cuffed. 'Deed of Assignment A deed ...

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 March 1912

WMMM rv yryinfywyfT' -n M TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS TAVENNER, "WRITER AND FACT8 AS. THEY , L Washington, March 10 Will It bo posslbio to transfer tho $53,000,000 bu gar tax from tho breakfast tablo to tho ohouldors of tho rich? Aro Iho pcoplo Hulllclontly In control to accomplish this cuil? Theso questions aro being asked ov orywhore Tho status of tho situation Is this: Tho Democratic Houso, true Jo Its promise to reduce tho' cost of living in this country, will at this session pass a bill repealing tho ?G3,000,000 tax on sugar and pass another taxing Incoinca in excess of $5,000. The blllB will go to a Republican senate. If tho progressive Republic ans vote 'Kith tho Democrats, both bills will pass the upper body. Tho fato of tho two measures will then lest with tho President. If Mr. Taft accepts tho advice of thoso about him, who weie described by tho lato Senator Dolllvcr as being "men x who know exactly what they want," he w...

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 March 1912

qpjHWjw; w.Tvw " r-"' ; v - Tri' "p?"? ttjspyv ,' ?i r. r i "" 1J i K hp ' r,-M'1 'f H '" ' l("v E EIGHT THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1012. SA K i' W J h n f" SAJ' SliORr LOCALS GEKS 20c; butter 30c. Stokes relievos Ingrowing nulls. "For brnlscs ubo Hanford'a Balsam. Dr. V. L. Fisher wnB called to Cleve land Monday afternoon on business. Kokoslng Co. No. 71, U. It. K. of 1'. llanco Wednesday ovonlng. Mado slnco 184G Hanford's Balsam. Mr. Frank E. Klrby was In Colum bus this afternoon. Mrs. Fred Taylor has gone to Col umbus to visit for n few days. Mr. 11. S. Hull was In Gambler Mon diy mornlngion tiiiBlncSH Tlahford's Ilalsam cures bunions Ap ply thoroughly for sovei.il nights. Mr. L. A. Stream was culled to til leu Monday morning by Uio serious 111 rness of Mrs. Sarah Conard. Mrs. J. P. Itnnkln, after a several weeks visit In the city, returned this afternoon to Columbus. Ask anybody nbout It Hanford's 'Balsam. Rowlands & Company are to build a big business block at...

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. — 22 March 1912

'tf"Bri,' $ jttttJMfffflt stints PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912 No. 24 ESTABLISHED 1836 ir 9 f Testing Fort Monroe's Big Coast Defense Guns f SAYS COLLEAGUE SAW BRIBE PAID Harrison Describes Huffman's Visit to Hotel. Are Entombed In Curtain Mine Wrecked Ily Explosion Thirteen Men Dragged Oat By First Rescue Party, But Tiiree Will Die-fifteen Bodies Located, But Can Not Be Removed At Pres entGovernment Rescue Squad Returns To Mc Alester Station After Pronouncing Situation Hopeless McCurtain, Okla., March 21. H is now almost positively known that there Is no hopo that any of the 105 miner entombed in mlno No. 3 or tho San Boia Coal company, west ot hero, la alive. The govern ment mine exports who Were sum mono'l from McAlester announced that there was no possible chance to rescue any of tho entombed men alive, and that they would return to their station at McAlester. An explosion wrecked tho mine, carried awny the tlpplo and damaged tho fan house so bedly that ...

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. — 22 March 1912

.W'WMIMiWW,AtWimmft WWWHWWW mmmumammim.mmmmMm immpiimAmrmnmmimmmmu mffMpdrHpm vJA6E FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912 Marlinsbufg Group Of Presbyterian Churches (By Rev. Ozro R. Newcomb) Martlnsburg As tho nscal year of Ito Boards cuds April 1st, all gifts for wlBalons miiHt be In boforo the end jf TVIarch. The occasional .picnic dluncra at tho 3omc9 of tho members of tho church wo proving cnjoyablo events socially. Tho first was at' tho parsonage, tho second at Mrs. Mary Culllson's and tho Wiird is to bo at Mr. Hugh Elliott's. Very llttlo Is attempted at these gath erings In tho way of a program, a fow minutes being spent perhaps In prayer nud song uiul tho UIscuhhIoii of somo matter of church mtere' Tho days havo beon most enjoyable. Tho Communion of our lord's Sup per -will bo April 14th In our own hurch. The threo mouths services with tho Methodists have been much enjoyed. Tho Methodist and Prosby Mjrlau pastors linvo been preaching on alternate Sundays to tliu ...

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. — 22 March 1912

FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THREr MMMnmi DESTINY OF THE II. S. Is Carved Out By The Students Of Kenyon College At The Mock Convention Which Was tleld On Tuesday No Decision Reached In Nom inatory Candidate for Pres. Dot A Strong Platform Adopt ed By The Convention They Change Emblem Of Dem ocratic Party To A Hen Gamblor, O., March 20 It happons onco In every four yoars that tho students of the Konyon College, to Bother with tho faculty take it upon themselves J.o carve out tho destiny of tho United States Commonwealth by nominating a president. TIiIb was un dertaken Tuesday night with tho dis astrous result that nobody was nomin ated! Thero aro somo who claim that Woodrow Wilson was the suc cessful man and it is a fact that he camo nearer to tho covoted goal than anybody clso but, under the strict let ter of the rule, tho convention reached no decision. 'Four yoars ago, tho same kind of a convention nominated Theo dora Roosevelt for President and Wil liam Fos...

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. — 22 March 1912

H tw" i (v if w PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1012 T w ". rt ' , . imti0iiiiiiiHniiiimiiiniiICOSCAiAAA ' HJ .? J 1 .'4 r i ' !' 151 35mm$ MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor 5f oxaal-"77"oolsJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE ' " Entered at tho ML Vernon, 0 pott 81ce as second -ol&M nH tnatUr. Resolutions of Rcdpot, Obltoarlco and Cards of Thanke,XVro'canSer lino. 'Subscription Rate fl$fc nor yoar. WOMAN A $1,200,000 RISK (Chicago Cor. Now york World) Tbo largest amount ot. Ilfo Insur ance held by any woman in tho world is now carried by Mrs. Charlos Notch- tjr. known hero 'as' tho "Merchant Princess" because sho owns and per sonally operates ouo of .tho largost do- nnrtmont Rtornn In thlnv country, cm joying 3,200 men 'and tHMjifeostdos being nn extonslvo owner t "JJbop" real estate. Mrs, Netchor ban Just tnlcon outK' life policy for $209,000., which raises tho total insurance, on; hoc llfo to $1,' 200,000, a sum larger. ll)an Hint carried by any other person In Chi...

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. — 22 March 1912

s FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912. TRAVELED ALL OVER North America In Search Of Last Man Wanted In Connection With The Lynching At Newark Did Capt. Swank Of The New ark Police Department Finally Located Ills Man Wnrking In Gbicagof III; A Foundry Under Assumed Name (Newark American Trlbuno) Captain Charles Swank unraveled a mystery yesterday in Chicago that tho local authorities havo been trying to unearth for the past 18 months, when he apprehended and arrested Dick Holler, tho last of tho men Indicted by tho special grand jury for alleged complicity In tho lynching hero on July 8, 1910. With tho capture comes to Capt. Swank the $1000 reward of fered for Holler's capture by the coun ty commissioners several months ago. Tho captain has been steadily at work on tho case for the past soveral months, in fact ever since Holler dis appeared from this city shortly after tho trouble. Soveral times he received information as to th'ol, fugutlve's whereabouts, but whenever an attempt was inade to arre...

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. — 22 March 1912

ytfr&myFW' AQ 31 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FfllDAY, MARCH 22, 1912 " F" W Pw & ASSIGNMENT OFJASES Token Up By' The Circuit Court Tuesday Doming .t i - life The Three Judges On The Bench Suit For Alimony Hied to Common Pleas Hie County Commissioners let Three Contracts ; tOfher Items Of Iqtergsl From : Ttmple 01 Justice The March torm ofxlrcult court con Toned Tuesday morning nt tho Knor cdunty court houeo With Judgo voor hees ot Coshocton county, Judgo Shields ot Stark county and Judgo l'6weil of Morrow county v on tho bench. Tho regular assignment ot cases was taken up. 0-r Visited Children's Home "Juvonllo Olllcor I'alrlck I'urcoll' wns In Mnueflcld on Monday whero ho vis ited tho Illchland, county (Chlldron'a home whero tho Knox .county homo less childron will bo sont In tho fu ture. ' o Action For Alimony Gertrude A. Drown him commenced a suit for nllmony.ia tho court of com mon pleas of Knofc, fCguntyegalnst Harry F. Drown, a rbor, -residing in Centerburg. Tho ijlalntlff ....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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