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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 9 April 1912

'.& 'cy - - TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912. THE DKHCKHU.TIO BANNER. PAQK SEVEN L TROUSERS Given Collard For First lime So He Eloped St. I.oulfl, Mo., April 5 Emiuol Col laid, ID yenra old, wonriiiK Ills first imlr of loiu; trousers, outwitted his nix 'slaters and llirco polltvmion, who tiro ntoinhers of tho fiunlly, when ho olopud to Hast St Louis with ICiucb tine Ditnruii, aged 1G, and wiis war riud by Maglslrnlo Williams Tho boy tind girl wore neighbors.1 Thoy wore still at their separate a. boil cm last night, but both nay they aro going lo housclcccplng soon. , firncstirjo's father was very angry at Unit and Ernestine had to go to :t then tho father rolcntcd neighbor's house for one day, and. C. E. Wlnterrlnger of ColuiabuB, was tho guest, of his parents Monday. "Doe" now holds a voryv responsible position with tho Columbus Litho graph company, being private secre tary to Herman Hester, president and general manager of the company. Danville Leader. Find Relief in Lydia EL Pink ham's...

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. — 9 April 1912

UjUH k M5E EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ll"imriil""ffl'Wl"n.ii!m-iV?TY19 I "l f I A TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912. I! fOR THOSE WHO WISHTOTEACH Qasstions For Applicants For County Certificates. . EXAMINATION HELD APRIL 6. Prepared by the 8tate School Com mlssloner to Test the Mental Qual ification! or Those Who Seek Posi tions as Teachers In the Public Schools. Following Is tlic list of questions m prepared uudor direction of the tale commissioner of putilio schools, and submitted at the county exam ination for teachers April G, for elo tncntary school certificates: UNITED STATES HISTORY, IN CLUDING CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 1. Name all the1 stales that were ad knitted to the Union from 1789 to 1820. 2. What part did James Madison tako 'In framing the Constitution? 3. What is the purpose and value of he President's message to Congress? Should the President have the veto power? Give your reasons for your answer. 4. What is the cause of the present trouble with Mexico? What is Presi dent Taft's poli...

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 April 1912

"'"ff'w TTriwt'v O K mjootratijc wxntt. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912-No. 30 ESTABLISHED 1836 te He S COLONEL TALKS TO BIG CROWD Attacks Union League Clubs at Philadelphia, burning vm, beached mm RWNTJUJfi MINT, MY BE LO j- is Consfifutionai Convention Adopts Peck Will Expedite Court Procedure in Ohio If Ratified By People-Permits Only One Trial And One Appeal And Changes Circuit Courts To Courts Of Appeals Effort To Incorporate Dank Deposit Guarantee Sec tion In Constitution Fails Columbus, O., April 11. In the face of bitter opposition fiom law yers throughout the stato, tho con stitutional convention adopted tho Peek Judicial rofonu proposal, em bodying one or tho most Important subjects jot taken up by It. Judge Peck of Cincinnati, a retired jurist, led the laymen, who put tho proposal through. The proposal, if approved by the people, is expected to do away with many of "law's delays." Ono trial, before either judge or Jury, and one review by a higher co...

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 April 1912

'Mitf&Hmwmi'.m.wMimisiJiiA 'f&ffryswn 'Tjmrflep Y"r 9tMUUVMUsmm0i!im.tummmummm mwiwii TAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912. I I m 2 t4i14El4t24,iti''li' . FREDERICKTOWN Mlsa Alice Harry visited her aunts, Mies Alta Burapus anil MIkh Effa Hum pus at Mt. Vernon tho past week. Mrs. Sadlo Hums and daughter, Xiss Mattlc, lsltcd frlendH In Mt. Vernon on Sunday last. Miss May Vaughn of NIIcb, O., who "has been attending school at Seville, Ohio, the past winter, Is visiting this week at the home of her cousin, Mr. F. A. liar. Mr. Kd Uovo moved his family to Mt. Liberty the punt week. Mrs. Margaret Pressloy, who has been upending the winter with rela tives in St. Louis, Mo. returned home the past week. Mrs. Jennie Haired vlHlted with her 'daughter, Airs. Alex Hvans, near the Chester cliurcli, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Austin visited with friends In Columbus the pat week. Mrs. Chew and son weio visitors at Columbus on Saturday last. Mr. Herbert Vail, of Newar...

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 April 1912

"(?" W 'jprvrPFWT "T wr ' i"1'!' if- "7" WFT1 njH'r-nt-- FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 10T2. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THRtlt- V A r mm Of A Canton, 0., Mop Up In Canada Canton, O., April 10 Word was ro colvod hero today by Sheriff Adam Oborlln of tho arrest In Wlnnlpog, Manitoba, of W. K. Shaver, former prcBldcnt of tho Golden Hulo Coupon Compnny of this city, who disappear ed the same diy an Ills wlfo's cousin, Mies Ethel V'ynn, a stenographer, last December, and was subBequeutly Indicted for torgery by tho grnnd Jury. Miss Wynn was a boarder at tho Shavor humo. A dispatch from Wlnnlpog says that Shaver, admitting that ho has s. wife ond two children hero, never theless announces that he will di vorce Mrs. Shaver and marry tho girl with whom ho was found living thoro in an occlusive apartment house. After declaring that he was glad it was'alliovo:, Shaver, according to reports received hore, decided to fight extradition, and engaged coun sel. Tho United States consul at Winnipeg immediately...

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 April 1912

1 iwwiwfaMMwawwiMwimiWMWWjaiifrWiiM.itCTWtMiBitiTitafifjani .yMmP" wsgv'pwijwimnwit!''wF-s- v "nw" ' !rirT,T THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912. naBtgaBSiBaBaiMfSSMeMaMHiwaaaBHMMllMWI , 'Mt?-' "mm TPT " '"' " "' V ""'l1'"" U'I"H" vwwiiFVi-m- -m kjt' III nTTHl "I fw'T'""nrt"1Hn7a"Ul '-jPT " ' -t" " " ME WK '.Hl ( PAGE FOUR IBfr 5lt 6 wBsl) ; sBilnrv ' fMR fflfil V Subscription Pic ij 11 ; iff HI ' S ! IE ' ir Un I 1 BW MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor r 8onal-"WoobLly MONUMENT SQUARE Entered nt the Mt. Vernon, 0., post 10 ce as second cUm mall raaltw. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, fivo cents per line. Rate fl.GO por year. DEMOCRATIC MUCUSES. Tho Democrats of Jackson towiiBhlp will hold a caucus nt tho township house Wednesday, Apill 17, at 7 p, m. In reference to tho selection of a con trol coramltteoman and dolotjateH at the comlnB county primary. The Democrats of fcollcge township will hold a caucus at Xho township house Wednesday, April ...

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 April 1912

K FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, PAQE PIV WnMNiMMM(U Jt l J I I I I 1 I I 1 I I I4 4- MT. ZION j j j j j j j j jt Mm. Isahol HI hurt tipunt Sunday with Mr. nnd Mm Frank NIchollB of Dusty Ilottom. Miss Miiy Thomas called on MIhi Aria NIohollH, Thursday, Mr. Martin Ashcrnft purchased a lino team of horses ft am Mr. Emory Davis of Martinsburg laBt week. Mrs. Lola Thompson and daughter Iloinietii, Hpent part of last wcok with hor parontH, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Don .ihcy of near Galena. Mrs. Mary Van Winkle Is spending a few days with hor brother, Mr. Wil liam Kidd and family of lion Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Hon Johns of Martlns burg spont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Harris. Walter Fardonncr will lecture at Mt. Zlon, Saturday evening, April 13. Admission free Mr. Clyde Thompson bought tho Wolrlck farm of Virgil Wolfo last week. Mrs. Wardio Hall Ib on tho sick list. BISHOP M'GOVERN CONSECRATED Omaha, Neb., April 11 In the pros onco of a great gathering of prolatos and priests f...

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 April 1912

ciuwtHi!iwjBWtftaiwt)iiitiiawxwLiMwaiH! "(Wtwwvj i ff '' USSMimtSSSSimA PAGE SIX THE DEMOOEATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1012 wwmwjwimatmimwmaaggff? l! i i WANDERED Away From Home In . , Delirious Condition A ui. And Was Nearly Exhausted When Discovered Scantily cln I ami In a delirious condition, Mro. Abrnhntit llarllett of Danville, who hns for tho juihI olfflit weeks been Mifterlng with a blood clot on the I rain, silently left lier homo at some time early Wednesday morning and roamed tlirtiiiKli tho country In mi aimless manner. Sho wore neither Sifbcs nor stockings and hnd on only a tnin wrapper. Sho wiis found by Jamoj Temple at r. o'cloclc on tho Drink Ilnven road about two miles East of OanvlHe. For the past several weeks Mrs. Unrtlett has been 111 and at times dj HrlouB. Her hiiHband has been her constant ntteulaut uud had quieted her at times when she nought to rlw; from bed. He fell asleep, however, Tuesday night and awokv to find his alck -wife missing. A search was mad...

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 April 1912

TF" WSZSuSl .f . I -t-J--- -.- '-". FRIDAY, APfllL 12, 1612. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN FREE TRIP to Mt. Vernon With every $15 purchase, or over, with in a radius of 50 miles. MISFORTUNE . SPECIAL NOTICE Money refunded or ex changes made on all pur chases not entirely satisfactory. Vl' 4ltfHt" M One of the foremost department store dealers of Cincinnati, had the misfortune of being forced into bankruptcy, after many years of successful business. This store is reputed to be one of those stores who only handle the world's best makes in all kinds of merchandise. And it Jt uMn'&aats&Sttfcfei im$ Fortune For Those Who Will Cometo Joe Levi- sons Sale Now On In Full Blast 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, Men's Clothing Furnishings, Rugs and other things too numerous to mention Crowded To The Doors With Buyers And Mammouth Bargain Stocks....

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 April 1912

,T,vT.-H,,,,rjra -w r ' ,, .,- , , , - M7yuui.iTwCTmiiwcriiijwiawwjwif!3nMWniw nimimnnimwmmtomimmmmii&immmmmeim AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNJ5B. "- urnTi imiI. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912. KWmWMHMMWeM IE ; 11? rl v DEBELS SHOOT DOWN t AMERICAN PRISONER $m Chance to Escape and Killed by "Planted" Guards, El Paso, Tex., April 11. Albert TVmntaln of Las Cruecs, N. .M., son 6f a noted law or it that stutc, wag ixeculed by Mexican rebels at Par rl. He was killed' for having oper ted a machine glut against tliem "while they were attacking the town, details were sent to til i'aso by n -tourler. He a Riven a chance to "'escape" and shot by guaids "plant- sd" Tor th' purpose. Fountain, who had been working '4a the mines around Parfal an a shift forctnun, was thrown out of work a few wi.ekB ago, when the mines wore 'forced to close down. Panrho Villa, commanding the fed era! garrison, offered Fountain tho Job of working a machlna gun. Foun tain was in command of a gun throughout tho three-day...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

ca..; . i -"" ' - 'i ! 1-J ttttmir. .. M F !.-. . --r PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912-No. 31 ESTABLISHED 1836 B mt PRESIDENT SNOW Pennsylvonia Delegofioo Almost Solid ; For Roosevelt Gets 05 Out Of 76 Delegates -Total Vote Will Probably Run 160,000 Ahead Of Tafl's-Result Of Primaries Is Considered Repudiation Of Senator Penrose, Who tiefore Result Is Announced Seebs Seclusion On Bosom Of Atlantic Ocean And Reiuses To Talk Philadelphia, April 35. Incomplete returns from every district in Satur day's piimary election give Colonel Roosevelt Go of the state's 7G dele' Kates to the Chicago national convention. The(i Roosevelt, sup porters aie claiming G7, and later returns, may carry the figures to that total Colonel Itoosevelt won G3 of the 04 district national dele gates and his followeis elected cnouBh-'delttsate to the state con vention to she thorn control of that body. The state convention will name 12 delegates at-large. Those 12 delegates alieady are count...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

fAGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912. s W m SpS. V . r. 5 S ! ! H i r u.rai ANSWERS 81s Detractors Id A Speech Friday Nigbt Delivered in The City 1)1 Omaha, Nebraska Id Which He Shows Up Opposition To liirn And Defends The Officiai Record lie lias Made While Serving In The Cabinet And As Governor Omaba, Nub., April 13 Gov. Judson Harmon addressed a large nudlenco here last night. It was the first time Ibat Gov. Harmon has taken occasion to answer his detractors and the many false statements that have been made "concerning his attitude on questions prominently before the public. Ho also went into some detail as to bis of ficial record as a member of the cabi net and as governor. It wns the most impoitant speech yet mnilo by Gov. Harmon In his campaign for the Dem ocratic nomination for president. The full text of the speech follows: 1 am here by the Invitation of my toed friends In Nebraska and, while I am always averse to speaking about myself, I feel that It Is ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

Wm I vm' TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THREt rwwi ffuffmyr w MiRIM CENES To The Number Of 243 Is sued Within The Year Id Knox County According To Report Completed By Probate Judge Berry For Year Ending March 31 I m Two Wills Were Filed h Probate On Friday Other Items Of Interest From Temple Of Justice The, following report has Just been completed by Probate Judge Patrick A. Berry, showing the vital statistics of the probate judge's office of Knox county for the year ending March 31, 1912. The report Is to bo filed with tho secretary of state: Marriages April 26 May 13 June 22 July 10 August '.... 18 September 21 October 27 November 23 December 30 January 19 February 12 March .'22 Total 243 6f these six wore by bans, and two of tho couples were colored. Hospitals Six males and three females were admitted to the Columbus state hos pital and two male and one female were admitted to the Galllpolls hos pltal. Reform School ...ia Four boys were admitted'- to' 'the B...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

rMMmiMKmoMMill '$" 'fir 'Aff PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912. WMOJWWUlfliMIIIUBIMffiMIIMlUW f 1ft r I Vi I ,1 iU Iff ii if " VI V1 ; V I'f 11 it 11 I: MOUNT VERNON, OHIO PRANK HARPER, Editor T WoxaadL-'W'oolEJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the Mt. Veraon, 0 poit fDce 08 second clue null matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Rato $1.60 por year. DEMOCRATIC CAUCUSES. Tlio Democrats of Jackson township will, hold a caucus nt tho township house Wednesday, April 17, nt 7 p. ra. Jn reference to the selection of a con trol committeeman and delegates at the comlnB county primary. Thp Democrats of College township will hold a caucus at tho township houso Wednesday, April 17, at 7 p. m. In reforenco to the selectlou of a cen tral committeeman and delegates at the coming county primary. Tho DcniocnitH of Pike township will hold a caucus at the township house on Wednesday, April 17, from 7 to 8 o'clock p. in, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

IHP'',,3 KsaaiMM rfnr Trr-) n - TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1012, wnipjuiuwuwnmmifi rmmmntmiiWM THE DIMOORATIO BANKER. TAKES LAMENESS OUT Afki a tliiy'H Imrd work, If you lcnl lumu, rub on tlioroiifilily Hnn ford's DnlHarn of Myrrli mid tho sore ik'sh will Boon disappear. SETTLEMENTS For Hearing In Probate Court of Knox County, Ohio, viz: NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT I'ollowinK account has boon filed for Bottlotnont arid will bo hoard on Tuesday, May 7, 1012, at n a. m.: Second and final account of Maude Shrimplln, guardian of Desslo Shrimp lln et nl, PATIUCK A, HEIIKY, .Prpbato Judge ARREST OF COLORED MAN NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has been filed for sottloraont and will bo heard on Tuesday, May 7, 1912, at 9 a. in.: Second and final account of Harry A. Porter, administrator of John Hir am Porter, who was gunrdlan of Mabel Storey. PATRICK A. BEItrtY, Probate Judge. NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT Following account has been filed for settlement and will bo heard on Tuesday, May 7, 10...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

vWMSHSKrmiH . "V""" ww i n)ililiirp)IHr " ' 'j ninp;yi ? ;i Ire PAGE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912. ft Mil 5T.WmiWffMWWW!BMIClMC J fc Km fH OsM IS m f1 i1. n a t-i 3p tl if 1 I IS r i w i t i' i ', i it i r t ; 1 In -,i it u!V r V tl I' in 4 IV m WOMAN Up Before Mayor For Selling Worthless Goods Hide To Return Money To The Purchaser r "That there are "fakes" In every 'business was further demonstrated Thursday when a woman agent sold a hill of gooda to a local millinery Arm and secured tho money for the same before the goods could ho ex amined. However, tho matter was settled In police court a short time af terwards with no loss to the local Hrm. Thursday morning a woman ap peared nt one of the South Main street stores with a line of colorings and cleaning prepttrutloiia which she was desirous of selling. About $20, worth was disposed of easily and tho woman left the store. Several nlcctti of millinery were In need of Immediate cleaning and col oring nnd tho rio...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 16 April 1912

TUE9DAV, APrML 16, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN STRIKE Of Automobile Factory Em ployes is Likely Would Kill Business Over The Country All lit. Vernon uutamobllo denlers nro watching closely tho developments in what Is claimed may be a country wide strike ot ntitomohile factory em ployes. Sucli n strike would mean that they could not got enough cars to supply their customers during the summer. The Cleveland Leader Thursday said Every automobile factory In tho United States may be tied up by a sympathetic strike, within a few weeks, manufacturers fear. Already there have been numeious confer ences on the situation which, the manufacturers admit to each other, looks serious, coming as the tie-up may, at the height of the production season. Ofiicers of jne Aluminum Castings Co. have refused to grant demands of the International Molders' Union for increased pay and other concessions. The molders have struck in all of the eleven plants. The products of this company are used in ...

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 April 1912

,mijjininijiuitVi'i"iniiii',nvr)iitff'if Tff'i.iir'paTft.iTViitiri .rrr-r-nfiiimniini "' '"1 ' 1 fj jft ' i ml, t - ipfmin iimwtiuinni - -. THE DEMOCBATIC RAJOflR, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912. ABE EIGHT uwMamitfjWiMUJiu'tuiDiiWlWHiaBtil 1 I P C MRS. H. T. UPTON Prominent In Councils of Ohio Woman Suffragists. ARE WELL FORTIFIED Women Prepared to Spend $1,000 a Day on Suffrage Campaign. Columbus, O., April 15. That tlio woman sulfragiBts of Ohio aro pio Tared to spend $1,000 ti day from now until tlio new constitution 1h -voted on, In u campaign of education Jor the woman suffrage pioposui adopted by the constitutional con vention, Is the statement made liy Miss Genevieve Hlalr Sackett of Am herst, Lorain county, who Is one of tho leaders In the Ohio equal suf frage movement. As It Is not probable that a special election for passing upon tlio amend ments to the convention drafted by the constitutional convention can bo held before the middle of next Au gust, tho minimum amount available ...

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 April 1912

ffihe mm0tmiit Wa xoxtx. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912 No. 32 ESTABLISHED 1836 4 Only 328 Of' Titanic's Cabin Pass engers Wreck News Is Suppressed AH Efforts To Secure Details Of What Happened On Hoard White Star Linerjo Thrilling Moments That Followed When Ship's Doom Was Made Known Are Thwarted By Officers fin Board Carpathia, Which Is Due Tomorrow THE LATEST FIGURES. New York, April 18. The list of cabin passengers of the Tl- tanic saved and missing, as amended by the addition of names to the list of survivors, is as follows: Saved First cabin, 203; sec- ond cabin, 129. Total, 332. Missing First cabin, 155; sec- ond cabin, 198. Total, 353. This adds 44 names to the list of saved. It indicates also that 400 or more of the steerage and crew are safe. New York, April 18. Latest wire less leturns from the Carpathia in dicate that the roll of the saved trom the Titanic disaster Is now complete. It is now practically defi nitely known that only 332 of the 685 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 April 1912

miriiTi-iimiimii i hi ii in i in niinifiiui imr sunru(CfUcM !.-'inagatft jptxfi$ cti - , . . . J 7 '' MitWirpT T 1AGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912. A Ik Ri fe re ra 4 !? (. i t tf : 'J ! h f I . 'I 'V I TITANIC LIES FIFTEEN r. Nearly Nine Hun : dred Rescued. STRIKES HUGE ICEBERG Sea Strewn With Dead Bodies When Garpathia Arrives. WNY NOTABLES ON BOARD John Jacob Astor's Name Does Not Appear In List of Those Rescued, But Wife Is Reported ;. Safe on Board Vessel Bound For New York. Wireless Flash Received at St. Johns Gives Faint Ray of Hope b That Incoming Vessel May Be I Bringing More Victims of the , Greatest Marine Disaster Rec t orded In Years. New York, April 16 Two messages received shortly after 10 o'clock this morning by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph company from the company's stations at Cape Race and Sable Island, make it appear that there are none of the Titanic's passen gers on either the steam ships Parisian or Virginian. One message reads: "The Ma...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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