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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 March 1912

e&miub&iL. FniDAY, MARCH 22, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rOL"' y NEW MANAGER or Lake Hiawatha Pork For Season Of 1912 Mr. H. G. IJlcsslnGor of Sholby, O., has tiilccn n leaso on Lako Hiawatha park for tho season of 1912. Mr. niosalngcr 1b manager of tho Shelby Theatre and tho Grand Thcntro at Connoraville, Ind. Ho has had much oxperlouco in tho thoatrlcal business and oxrocts to rcstoro tho part to Its forinor attractiveness. Tho opening of tho park will probably occur Sun Uny, May 2Cj n Ice Lead To Arrest Of Akron Men Akron, 0., March 19 John Dottllng and Robert Andrews wero placed un der nrrest today charged with violat ing tho fish and game laws. It Is al leged that on Friday of last week theso men wero lishlng at Turkoyfoot Lake, and, contrary to law, fished from mora than two holos In tho lco. This is the first caso of tho kind which Ikib over been tried In this county and tho outcome is being watched closely. Both men aro prominent Akron resi dents. Andrews was at ono...

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. — 22 March 1912

w.Wwi.m-.H'VWM.ji, mMiniSmwnEE!qS3S w mmmmmmmmmMsm afcr-i'Si-' W" N-;r"-a AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, iM'ArtCH 22, 1812 jfl . A 70k ;y v h L &' t. .'5 M i. -VI Jlj I S OUTHERN lusincss Men Preporing For Commerce Congress Washington, March 21 DctallB of tho fourth auuunl convention of the 'Southern Commercial Congress which will ho held In NiiBhvlllo, April 8 Xo 10, arc now nearly complete, More 'than 150 speakers of national and in ternational reputation will tako part. rhe idea running through tho program as to lllufctrato "Tho Smith's Agricul tural and Educational Recovery." This la the second In tho scries of flvo an nual meetings paralleling tho years of tho war and intended to show tho con 'trast of conditions. One cntlro session will ho devoted ito Illustrating "Tho South's Education al Recovery," tho speakors helng tho 'commissioners of education or other officials of tho 10 states covered by Hie work of tho Southern, Commercial Congress. Ono cntlro session wi...

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. — 26 March 1912

IP Hi tm&tttit mmtv PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1912 No.,25 ESTABLISHED 1836 M w .? y . Kills Led Who Threw Stones At Practice Squad Admits Firing Fatal Shot Yooths Went On'ScoulIng Ex pedition Without Permission Of Commanding Officer And Three Members Of Party Carried itiiles To Be Used In Jarget Practice-Became! Involved In Quarrel With Other Gang Un Return Trip Tote York New York, March 25. It was with considerable difficulty that the police arrested Maltland Jarvis, 12, a Boy Scout, who Is charged with the niur 4er of Henry Luckhardt, s9, In u va 2a nt lot lu the Bronx. The police learned that there wns an organization calling Itself "Boy Bcouts" connected, with the Morrl eanla Presbyterian church on Wash ington avenue. Paul Qulnn, a Spanish far veteran, who Is captain of the organization, which bears the name "General Georgo B. McClcllan com pany," Informed the polloe that i5 members of the company had gone out against his wishes and without hU orders...

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. — 26 March 1912

MIWIH.IHt.IIW pin I -wWJ "! ""WP ' Jf I Jul ' jW.- PWGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1012 fvytpiyni f aft u IJ s? iff '1 - r -' r v K H y lr r : A -S j E l;t '1 in t u e l , i N if? I ADD GINGER lied Sleii Private falls Them Blackmailers William J. Burns, Called As Character Witness For His Operative, Admits Re marks Made During Lorimer Investigation At Washington-Includes Some Lawyers In Same Class Accused Lawmaker Denies Bribery Charge Columbus, O., March 23. Dotcctlvo "William J, Burns, on tho witness 'Ktana In tho Huffman trial, gnvo tho rst real tusto of glngor to tho caso "Which has been dragging along all neck, when ho admitted that during tho Senator Lorlmor Investigation nt "Washington ho hod testified that "private detectives are nothing but a bunch of blackmnlllng thieves nnd UitA. ho considered some lawyers In tho eamo claBB." Tho defonso practically hud lln 4aacd its evidence toward tho build tafi tip of an alibi for tho accused tanata." when tho stato ...

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. — 26 March 1912

t ; nrx"Vf.jrwv ? p" r wij niuT.i ?;) TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRU; M ANSWER JHILED By F. 0. Levering In The Case Brought By F. E. Wooster Defendant Wants Partnership Dissolved At Once And That A Receiver Be Appointed By The Court A Damage Suit Is Filed In Common Pleas Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice In tho c&bo of Fred B. Wooster vs. Frank O. Levering, an answer and croon-petition was filed In tho court of common pleas on Saturday by tho de fendant. In tho answer tho defendant admits that tho said partnership was formed on March 20, 1005, for tho pur POBO of engaging In tho gas and oil business. Tho defendant says that for Bomotlmo past tho plaintiff has been Indebted to tho partnership and at tho present tlmo Is indebted to tho said partnership. The dofondant, says that an several occasions ho has asked for a settlement with tho plaintiff, but Hint tho latter has refused. In kla cross-petition tho dofondant says that the partnership ...

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. — 26 March 1912

7 i l ,. TJKT" I-.V v s K?E FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1012 y-ll-IWhWHI.W.Ilia ! . I M.IIW mmmml-:l-tmmt,mJIMSlBniianmW.lt -'Mi :M; vm& u Esw km ww ii P !i' I'? m 05 to m, OBR' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO "FRANK HARPER, Editor y ionai-Woolacly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, 0 post fflce as second oluu mull muttr. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and 'Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. 'Subscription Uato $U0 por yoar. ARREST fSevernsOnAGIiarje Of Bootlegging (Pleaded Guilty And Was Fined $100 And Costs Robert Sovsrati woo arrested on Sat urday afternoon lijr Offlcor Uoorgo on wnrrnnt sworn out before Mayor A. A. Porrlno by Clilof of I'ollco It. B. Clements chat gins Jilm with lllogally soiling lntoxlsatlnc liquors. Ho was arraigned before Ino mayor following bis arrest and ploadod guilty to tbo charge. Ilo was flnod 100 and costs and was committed until Uio flno and costs arc paid. J ! J ! ! ! J I I i i l J DEATHS .j ! j ? j .j j. .j. .j. 4 r f John H...

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. — 26 March 1912

99U ! -? wnjflMnjf iypT T'v"yfvrr """wr"w t . 1 ..-... -,, --- T"W " 'V "VTWpWW"" TUESDAY, MAnCH 23, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE IMV JnumwMMu'i,pviiiiiirtrit)rnn P ri"" nPllTOwiQiil--l MMiMinu,MMMauiw?AUHauiMniiiij , S CONTRACT TO BE LET By Commissioners For A Bridge Id Brown Township At The Regular Session Which Occurred Monday The Circuit Court To Convene ; On Tuesday Morning And Will Hand Oown Decis ions Later In Week SHOOTS At A Burglar Does F. Mjtantz In Columbus F. Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice Tho county commissioners at tholr ocaslon on Monday ozpoctod to havo a number of Important matters up for coilsldercUon. It was tho expectation to award tho contract for tho Shlra brlilgo In Brown township. t Circuit Court Clniult court will convene In this city Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, af tort an adjournment slnco last Thurs day. A number of decisions will bo banded down by tho-court later In tho wofck. Inventory and Apralsement in the matter of tho estnto o...

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. — 26 March 1912

mrrimemfmf, BWWMBBlMWMWBMMWiMW''w'l'w"''''"'''TJ''"-'''i'''ii' nun m i i, t hi iiih .Jail ' Hk IBB K K AGE SIX H MAY HEAR OPERATION HHtfiHv- 1 flHll 1 I II fl m III 1ilM Ti"T'w i uri HliMM.rtM.i iiiiiim.Hmiiii. ifc . n i i I a iH II i i H5R.VLiu U" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUE8DAV, MARCH 26, 1012 r BHIH, tin IHebybhP m ruoicti iadl kM& Id Circuit Conrt .Sometime During Coming Week Iflie Transcripts Were Com pleted Oq Friday Circuit Court To He Here All Of Next Week A Divorce Suit Is Hied Id Common Pleas 'Other Items Of Interest From The Court House Transcripts -la tho cases of CharlcB Foster and Claronco Iioslcr, In which tho former was found guilty of burg lary and tho latter fouqd guilty of grand larceny, and now sorvlng tlmo in tho Ohio ponltonllary, wore com pleted Friday morning and tho casos will bo taken to tho circuit court noxt week. The circuit court will bo in uoasion in Knox county all next wook and tho cases will como up, somo day tho first of tho wool:. Tho attornoyu...

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. — 26 March 1912

' VI TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN uKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmnmmmmmmammmmmmu0mmBmammmmmmwHmmmmmmiMmmmwmnmmi $ THINKS SENATE USELESS BODY i Representative Llndberg Has Plan to Abolish It. PROVIDES FOR SMALLER HOUSE, Would Have Threo Hundred Mem bers Elected as at Present For' Terms of Seven Years and Fifteen Elected by People at Large For Torms of Fifteen Years to Act as Check on Larger Body Gives Hla Reasons. Washington, March 23. Proposing an amendment to tho constitution of tho United States, Representative Lindbergh of Minnesota is busy on a resolution for tho abolition of tho senate and olllco of vlco president. Tho Lindbergh resolution will pro Tido for a house of representatives et 315 members, with no upper branch. Threo hundred members would be elected for terms of seven years. Fifteen of tho mombcrs would bo elected by tho country at largo, each for a term of 15 years. Mr. Lindbergh's resolution will provide (hat the 15 members thus elected ah all ...

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. — 26 March 1912

Wfl ., mmwvo -,-.i;'7i .MlMH.TIm immMmmmSmmm Gfc EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1012 r VIRUS r That Will Cure Leprosy Be- lieved To Have Been Discovered Pittsburg, March i!5 Medical men Interested In the search by Dr. Fred erick Proescaler, chief pathologist of Uio Allegheny Cenernl Hospital, de clared today their belief that ho Is near the discovery of n virus thnt will sure or check leprosy. In hla work, which has attracted tho attention of the medical world, Dr. Proeschlor has as hla chief subject Yoe Sul, an unclean Chinaman, who was converted several months ago (o Christianity nnd submitted himself as a "patient." In addition ho has tho survivors of u squad of CO monkeys "known as the "poison squad." Dr. I'rocschler, who Is considered one of tho most distinguished path ologists In tho country, Is conducting his work now at tho Municipal Hospit al, but ho has been searching for the TlniB ninny years. At present only eight of bis monkeys aro alive, lint ho 'decla...

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. — 29 March 1912

r" W'l'IJJpVWJpJ'sjlJJp lfl'f!'fjT5fSfrwTrv,ri' pwTftiv!r ' i ', 'IJWt'lB rfitft&t$yfW",wrrr- -r " tmmtmxt attttttr PEIOE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1912 No. 26 ESTABLISHED 1836 Oh ir m. S m H & U J? I II ill I ON Vote !r Constlfutiono! 97 To 15 Radical Features Cut Out-Although Taking No Part In Deliberations Of Volunteer Committee That Drew Up Final Proposal, President Bipelow Urged Its ildoption-Wasiiiogtoo Plan Of Submitting Competing Measures IncorporatedDirect Initiative Barred Calumbtis, O., March 28. After many days spent In debate tho con stitutional convention put through a oomprontlsn Initiative and referen dum proposal. It Is subject to final passage- after tho committee on phraseology gets through with It, but this is purely technical. The I. and It. proposal Is in the same class with the liquor license, tho woman's suffrage and the modified jury clause. The proposal adopted was brought about through a volunteer committee of 101 The Illgclow for...

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. — 29 March 1912

c fft; EMB&SJX nnr guru H31 smwwji" 0 0 AGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, IBUL) 3stt FREDERICKTOWN 4. ? ? J ! ? ? j ? $ ? Mra. EU Parmer of Centerburg, vis ltcl with her son, Mr Kd Parmer, the ftfit weok. Sifty-two nddltions arc roportett to vo been made to tho 8partn M. 15. fchurch during tho series of revival Meetings held there by Itov. Heed. fits. Addlo Frlzzoll, of Stnckbouse Corners, assisted her daughter, Mrs. Allen Queen, to move to her now homo 7cnr Fredorlektown. Mr. aud Mrs. Hiram Curtis, of Pal mjrra, visited with Mr. and Mrs Clniulo Curtis tho past week A ten day meeting Ik being held at tie Watorford Presbyterian rhmcli. Mr. Georgo Drown, of JCniiosvlllc, is assisting In the services, pnoh owning showing sterooptlooh views and II iMBlraled songs. Ml. Ward MolieK, of Spuita, was a visitor In this place lnnt Friday. Miss Norlno Alliens, of Lawton, Ok lnbomu, visited tho family or Mr Charles Hobertson tho past week Miss Molllo Keller, well known in Knox...

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. — 29 March 1912

wwiWraiipfp5?5WwSf FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER. PAGE THKtT Tiffi m 7 Tkt riiWiihnrtMhwhn fhWiirtttfcmMiwf , n :$ '" S DP.LF.VOHE WILL MAKE HIS 1891b Visit to Mt. Vernon Monday, April 1st Curtis Hote;"DAnYoSLvm see tiiMt sec ins patients TIlhN'lF YOU ARK NOT SATIS flCD DO NOT TAKE TREXTMEN1 ;!lvf. voke. ph. g.. m. d.- ' Irraduate.Ohlo, Stats Unlrerilty, Starling AteoV jrc College, American College olOptomclry. Eight rein of College and Unlrerilty training. Nearl) iWenty year experience In the treatment o' ,CI(RONlC DISEASES of MEN AND WOMEN PRACTICE LIMITED To Chronic adectlont of the Laogi, Head, Nose, Throat, Bar. Bronchial Tubes ai Catarrh, Con tumntion (early tage;, Bronchitis, Asthma, Etc. Stomach, Uver, Bowels, as Indigestion, Dye pepsla, Ullllonsness, Conitljiaton, Diarrhoea, Blood, Heart, Skin as Kh-.nmj.tllm, Ecjema, Ptinples, Blood Poison, Scrofula, Bad Blood, Etc. Nerve, Spine, Drain as Epilepsy, Fits, Ncuml cla, tteadiche. Sleeplessness, Dullness, Nerrou...

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. — 29 March 1912

rflwi UPS"-".' r'-r-"T,-"ir 'ElJfrjf..' FAQS FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. tflT.ffrift- SirS-frt-nrstitt 'y' J.?--'-' MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor y oxjol- Woolsly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the Mt. Vernon, 0., post- race as second clou null matter. Jlesolutlons of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line, Subscription Rate flSd per BEAUTIFUL HIGHWAYS, RAJU ROADS AND PUBLIC ROADS Tho Ohio Doparlmont of Agriculture Is- waging war on weeds. Public roads and railroads often furnish a breeding ground for weed seeds. Farmors aro taking more prldo in tbo appearance of tliolr homes and fields, but aro often discouraged by the neglect of officials to destroy weeds along railways and hjghwaye. Stagnant pools are unsight ly and Incubators of dlsoaso. Mosqui toes and malaria thrivo thoro. DIlap ldated fences Inspire no good will of the people toward men whoso duty it Is to to keep them In ropalr. Eye sores should be eliminated along all routes of travel. Civic pr...

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. — 29 March 1912

m. ""W IMIIpy M' l'WrV -TXfWwW" FRIDAY, MARCH 25f t!M2. ff THE DEMOCRATIC BAWNift. PAGE ?VW J if J I t I Na ' L Cj f M EXHUME THE BODY ' ' I Of Ad Unknown Peddler Over At Coshocton Map Arrives Id City Ad Says He Is Brother And Asks Officials To Give . Him The Body ffhicl Was Buried The Middle Of December Id The Cemetery Id .City Of Coshoctoo ,' (Coshocton Times) ,k brother of the shoe-string poddlor who was killed at Morgan Run last Dec 24, and was buried in a grave marked 'unknown" nt the South Lawn cemetery, arrived in Coshocton Wed nesday morning from Cleveland. After having been convinced through the coroner's inquest and statements of parties who had charge of tho body at the Umo of tho tragic death, that tho unknown peddler was really his broth er, ho secured a certificate from Un dertaker Howard Wolfe that tho man had not died of a contagious disease, and this afternoon left for the South Lawn cemetery to petition Sup. Thom as Pago to exhume the' body for a prob ably complete...

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. — 29 March 1912

mwmmmwfmm ptT,WPWWn?W75" iwmrifcai rtiw W'Mi i i ' ur4i' i 3inm&rMWi&m$3&iMtlwfw--;Tir r: ' PA8E SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1012. Hwuguttwagmjygi " ; : c "ll 14 V .Vj i ':: i i . '1 'A i i &P&. JjW R ORDINANCE IS LOST Tflj.RequIre Teffli9rari eal; ers To PaVLtose Tor Disposing Of Tlieir Wares Id City Of Mi, Vernon City Auditor Speoks On Short- ; age Of Funds In City Arid Says Tbat A Bond Issue ! Will Be fiecessary 'i i lively Discission Over Ap pointment UfUity, sealer Tho ordinance, Introduced at a pre vious meeting by Mr. WhltUnglon re quiring tho lmymont off a t license by all temporary 'traualcnt doulera o( i y i goods, vares or merchandise in the city of Mt. Vernon, wns lost Mon day ovenlng at tho regular mooting of tho city council. Tiio ordinance, how ovpr, gained two Hiipportore aa Mossra. Farrlaou and Wony.er yotod favorable ta its passage It was givon tbo third reading at this mooting and was dis cussed by inombortf ot( council boforo ...

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. — 29 March 1912

J"?!'! rcWf, Jr'""')''"4:,wvllVfM(.'ljS1l 1nt??l'Wrfyrfr',Vi P'?rr f jp- r-yMimpavt-i'-iii ,v .'.pw ,r,r FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN ! ! ! $ ! ! J ! ! ! l ! J ! COUNTRY CHURCH COLUMN i ! ! i j ! i ! v i ! i ! THE LAW OF THE HARVEST (Dy Rev. John Beverly Jones) Gal. t!s7 "Wbataoevor a man . soweth, (hat shall ho also reap," It is n vory fortunato thing for us that tills Is 'a world of law. "What goos up must come down," Rounds trlto, but It. Is a complete expression of our assurauco that things are not left to chanco. What an opening for disaster If things camo down some times and soraotimcs.thoy didn't. It would he oxtreraoly unfortunate If summur camo by chanco. Wo might hecomo vory hungry before another crop grew to feed us. fbo man who wants wheat sows wheat, for tho law Is definite that, "whatsoever a man soweth, that shall ho also reap." Our doma'ndR are very great and If thoro was no assurance thfit wo could de termine, by sowing, what wo wcro to ...

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. — 29 March 1912

' MTOWBpwTgs it, . mnwyww w "n yrtfyw1 "' fl !!Wwt?TOrwwr BY' ACK EIGHT THE "DEMOORATIO BANNER. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1912. 4. MT. ZION .3. J !!' !,,i,,,!,i,I"i,i' Owlng to tho Inclemency ot tho "wather Sunday evening, tho organiz es of SUndny HCbool wris postponed until next Sunday ovenlng, Mnirh 31 All arc cordially invited. Mr. .tames Fowls of Pine Bluff pur chaswl a nne colt of Mr Allen School er last week. 41rs. Mnry Vnn Wlnklo Is niilte III nt OiIb writing Mrs. Addle Schooler and daughter, Wave, returned homo Saturday nfter a Week's lslt with Mr. niia Mrs. Percy 'toonahoy, of hear Galena ' Miss Alia Nlcholls spent Wednesdu 'Mth Miss Uvallno Schooler,, Mrs. Julia Taj lor and Mis Deiwn iDcenis of Goshen spent Wednesday 'Willi Mr. and Mrs Charles Scoles. Mr Earl Burch made a business tTlp to Mt Vernon, Hatunlay ' ' OUR INDIANS INCREASING (Christian Herald) Thy Indians of our country are not "a vanishing race." The latest ofllclal census places them at .122,000 as agalnBt 270,000 10 y...

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. — 2 April 1912

twmmlit WMXtV. WttPAfc&raa PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1912 No. 27 ESTABLISHED 183 x5 v r $&ukJm -wMrw ?iH i.y- , (1 & GROWS BRIGHTE White Predicts S cite Vice President Of UDltedilllne Workers Says That Condi tions In Bituminous Sections Place Organization In Fine Shape To Finance Long Fight Against' Hard Goal Operators-Four Hundred Thousand Miners Idle Pending Referendum Vote Cleveland, O., April 1. In an In terview hero John P. White presi dent or the United Mine Workers, sold: "I think that the anthracite suspen sion will bo settled soon. I believe the operators will grunt an increase and some oC our other demands. "Tha entire matter waits for our conference with President Baer of tho Philadelphia & Reading, at Phil adelphia April 10. However, we'll get an IncieuHe or there'll, bo a strike un til we get it." Anthracite mlneis hero at a con ference ol the executive board of the International unlqn doclarcd that oven niaip vital than the wage ...

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. — 2 April 1912

ftyAN4'-tyfcv "T 'wir"vv'' v"-1 -7iprif"'ifvr vj. t ". -r -tf- -iai. if Ti T- f J V ' f.Tjp'?l,r7J',v"v'i'T''"'s" ' 'fT"1"'"" r ,n--,V" ."tiT,"rTW,iwr'r('' PAGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1012 FREE to Mt. Vernon TRIP With every. TUN SPECIAL NOTICE Money refunded or ex changes made on all pur chases not entirely satisfac tory. $15 purchase, or over, with in a radius of 50 miles. One of the foremost department store dealers of Cincin nati, had the misfortune of being forced into bankruptcy, after many years of successful business. This store is reputed to be one of those stores who only handle the world's best makes in all kinds of merchandise. And it Means Fortune For Those Who Will Come to Joe Levi- WWMWMBMKMHaWMaiUMMWMBWMWlWWMWWly H kb M IH Bk B" lB H IBI. sons Sale B eginning THU AY, APRIL 4th Joe Levison purchased this entire stock and can now offer buyers a great fortune in the way of a share in this stock of unequalled values in Dry Goods, Ladies' Furnishings...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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