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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 26 April 1912

RfWrOAV, APRIL 26, 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. page scvan r TO REBUILD THE ROAD ' ! - Leading From Coshocton Road To The Sanatorium State Highway Deportment To Phy Ali The Expense And An Experimental Dirt Road Will De Built Circuit Court Renders A De cision For Myers r-; Other Items Of Interest From The Court House Through tho efforts of the Knox aaty commissioners and County Auditor Irvln Young, tho state high nay department has consented to do wfflo experimental work on the road loading from the Coshocton road to tbo Ohio State Sanatorium. Tho road nill be constructed of dirt and will be along experimental lines and o state highway department will iodoavor to show that good results u bo obtained from dirt roads. The State highway department has instructed County Surveyor Wolfe to survey the road at once and it la tUel expectation to commence tho work within a short time. The work will be done by contract and the Btate of Ohio will pay all tho expenses. The state board of administ...

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 April 1912

WMWtM'fl.ffSBJ1'1 WHTWMw IW!W )Wn EIGHT THE D1M0QRATIC BANNER. pripay, APRIL a, mi. imtwwitmiHUMisiiMMrt DELEGATES li Democratic Side Who Will Be Chosen At Tlie Primaries To Occur On May 21 The following persons have died pe titions with the Knox county deputy Ulo supervisors ot elections, showing bat Ihoy are candidates for delegates 1o tho Domocratlc county convention. Tho delegates will lu chosen at the rimaries on Mny 21 Berlin John Guthrie, Wm. II. Wood ward, Clay I). Martin, John C. Hobh, liuUier Brubaker, John Hummel, Brown -Giles Iluttrt, Clement Horn, Ihigeno Lonoy, Oharles Itoichort, Kd ward Scholes, Iyman Workman, John M. MoatH. Huller Hugeiio Ilutledgo, Hubert 1litoy, William M. Mitchell, Oren J. Phillips, David ltlleyi Wm. Morning star, Leonard Strieker, John Carpen ter. Clay I-eater C. Ileeney, Chas. W. Blackburn, W. O. Klllott, William Kei gtison, Ira H. Kwart, a. W. Henry, Coleman Hoggs, V. C. IlarrlH, CIiiib. McCainmont. Clinton, l'reclnct ABoadloy Ilald win, Wm. Pe...

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. — 30 April 1912

-w mtm& tttucir MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1912 No. 35 ESTABLISHED 1836 PRICE TWO CENTS ft; W I tV HARVESTER CO. IS III I Administration Places It In List Of "Bad" Negotiations For Voluntary Dissolution Of Combine Fail And Federal Authorities Will Ask That Court Not Only Dissolve It Into Component Parts, But That Company And Selling Agency Be Restrained From Engaging in Interstate Commerce IS CHARGED WITH MONOPOLY Negotiations For Voluntary Dissolu tion of Combine Fall and Federal Authorities Will Ask That Court Not Only Dissolve It Into Compo nent Parts, but That Company and Selling Agency Be Restrained From Engaging In Interstate Commerce. New York. Apt 11 29. The federal government having failed In its ne gotiations for the voluntary dlssoto tion of the International Harvester lompany, will within a fow days file I suit in equity under the provisions jf the Shorman anti-trust law. It was learned that the Taft admin istration In Us suit will make charges far beyond tec...

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. — 30 April 1912

wmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmi imlMMIItfMNitti SiWmW riWnJWi'i"'""l"'lww" iImiwi hpiwii i iiiniin i f 'r ! i-Tffnrii t i wmt tmmtamtmmmk Wll i I l 1 1 l hlMU I i iwwwwwwiJ"" ,, I,,-, , , a. - . , ,, ! 'I i ! ' i ' ' '" -"' """ '" H 1iM -J' i . AQE TWO. wiwwmw tiiiaia.'uwMwim TAVENNER, "WRITER AND FACTS A3 THEY Washington, April 27 That the steel trust Is willing to spend money to elect to puhllc ofllco men aro will ing to servo It after thoy get Ituo of fie, Is njjaln being demonstrated. When Theodore Hoosovelt was President of the United States he per mitted the Steel Trust to absorb Its principal rival, the Tennessee Conl and Iron company. This permission to violate the law was woith millions of -dollars to the steel trust, because It practically assured tho trust a mon opoly, leaIng It free, by tho simple process of tightening tho screws on the public, to extort most any price it desired for Its products. Tho ubsorptlon of the Tennessee company by tho steel trust wub In di rect violati...

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. — 30 April 1912

TUE8DAY APRIL 30, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER, PAGE THREE: mwmmamanutmammm Mr. John McKlroy wont to Howard Saturday morning to upend sovorul days with relatives, At a regular conclave of Clinton Commnntlcry, No. 0, Knlghtu Temp lars hold Friday evening tho Onler of tho Ked Cross wnB conferred upon Mr. Don C. Wticnlon and Mr. Law ioiico K. McCafforty of Kcnyon coV lego, Oambler, and Mr. Allen Uobout and Mr. E. Henry Falrchild of Mt. Vernon. KNOX CO. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS 19111912. Meetings for tho examination of teachers will bo held at tho CENTRAL SCHOOL Bldg. Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Tho first Saturday of every month Pupils' Examination The third Saturday of April and tho third Saturday In May. Examlnatlo will commenco at 8:00 o'clock a. m. Address all communications to tho Clerk of Board of Examiners. Organization of board: C. M. BARBER, Pro ident, Mt. Vernon, O. JOHN S. ALAN, V. President, Mt. Vernoa, O. A- L. MUIHtY, Clerk, SHERIFF'S SALE William Iden Berry vs. Elizabeth Jenkins ct nl...

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. — 30 April 1912

'pwfsw? A PAGE POUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1912. MHWgwmnumuEiUHM xiimw L?fo r :h KT Sf MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor If KoaaaJV W oolacly 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at tho Mt. Vernon, O., poit fflce as second cIjum mail matter. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per line. Subscription Hate ?1.50 por year. OPERATOR TOLD TO "SHOT UP" Titanic Officials Resented Warn ing Flash CAPTAIN LORD ON THE STAND Commander of Steamer Callfornlan Says He Was 19 Miles From Liner When Iceberg Encountered and Could Have Saved Every Soul on Board If His Wireless Man Had Been on Duty Whon Distress Sig nal Was Sent Out. Washington, April 27. That tho Titanic -wireless operator Hashed "Shut up, shut up," In reply to tho framing of tho proximity of u denao field of Ice, less than two hours be fore the liner struck the Icobore, was part of the Information brought out at the senate committee's Investiga tion of the disaster. Captain Stanley Loid and...

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. — 30 April 1912

TUE8DAY, APRIL 30, 1012. pvmn njinjiBxtuiu uuiifimHnmraTBMMMm LOCALSlF FIRST 1 1 HI I Of Hie Season At iliawallia Park Sunday Afternoon The Fine Pitching Of Tanner And Tiie Support Given Him By Tbe Oilier Members Of Tbe Team Sood Crowd Of Roofers Braved Drizzling Rain And Saw The Fast Renner Weber Team Shut Out la splto of a drizzling rain which foil during almost the entire game, the Hiawatha team defeated the Ren-nor-Weber team of Mansfield Sunday afternoon by a score of 4 to 0 In a fast, clean contest which wns marked by tho exceptional manner in which tho members of both teams handled the wet ball. Tho Mansfield aggregation was bcaton by great pitching by Tan ner with good support behind him. During tho first inning a cold rain began to fall causing a large number of tho usual good sized crowd of first game spectators to seek sholter. How ever, when the scrimmage began to grow warmer they braved the drizzle without a murmur. Tanner pitched mid-season ball, striking out twelve me...

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. — 30 April 1912

BY SHOT Was The Face Of Giiild When Gun Was Discharged I i n JHoIliCr-ClQims iiiot Siioolino Was Accidental i Woman Was CarryingPc Gun AboutSTIie House But Cannot Explain Bow It Was Discharged The Wound May Prove To Be Of Serious Nature Whllo handling a s!ioL gun tit about 7:!!0 o'clock Thursday evening, Mrs. Kdmund Paquo ot Johnson uvenue, South Vernon, accidentally discharg ed the- weapon, a largo number .of tho shot from tho chaige striking her Btnall noti about tho face. Tho child's faco was badly torn, several ot the shot enteritis tho mouth. Tho result may bo serious. Tho boy was standing In tho room 'whoro his mother was working nud was Interested In what she was do- Ing. She took a shot gun from a shelf on the wall, and according toher story, started to curry It to another . part of tho house. In soiuu manner, which she cannot explain, tho piece ' was discharged directly at tho child. Fortunately the full charge did not Btrlko him or death would nave occur red almost Instant...

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. — 30 April 1912

'KTTjrwrwynr '?"" " yr TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1912. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE SEVEN SENATORIAL INVESTIGATION INTO TITANIC WRECK SEEMS LIKELY TO CONTINUE FOR SEVERAL WEEKS PROBE WORK IS TO BE DIVIDED Members o! Senate Committee Act Individually, SHERIFF Ploa announce that I am a candi Fleaso announce that I am a candi date for tho nomination of tho office of Sheriff, subject to tho decision of tho Democratic Electors at tho primar .' & Tyiwwiswywywifffijfiivp mwn w I Political Announcements 1 i i I '. j.r- h ml I W raft W m i ii " '.' .' w Ki SAILORS ALL SAW STEAMER Dectnre Vessel $js Within Three to Five Miles of Titanic When Liner Hit Iceberg Captain's Messenger Tells of Mysterious Note Carried to Chief Engineer Soon After Col lision Captain of Mount Temple Journeyo to Washington. Washington, April 20. Detter ro leults were obtained by tho senate committee Investigating the Titanic wreck when the task of examining witnesses was divided among the different members, each of whom ac...

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. — 30 April 1912

UgjS , . sWBgj! nm .' VJpjHI aULUimBHjy JJ " UggWMJUMkte Mfatmaiuwram .gqtnsn l?iS8WW",',r if n -L if"HWrfii?E,fT,WK- tT."S "fr t wy irw-Ti" tTIT"' """I'wr A " "I'ia'e'H'i,' 'ywrfr''r '- -. ' J!l lu ' r" "AGE EIQHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TUEODAY, APRIL 3, 1J1& IzT"--.L-J ..i'h.j.j JUijIili ill! II Hi iln unTT iii'wiittinit-i -it r i r-1 innii iimj m - i- llMMIllllllillIIIIWiglMHIIIIIIIIHlMmillM.HIIllMl,ll.l.l..li.liilM - " wJ , - ' t iiwnr- niniir fcllB' LIK r 1 m i rw t ii a i ! !! n twmmimiv i i'iw it nina nrLJy"r.r asrr i r? Two Profits From the Same Land at the Same Time THE more fertile: your land, the greater its value and the larger the crop. Farm land is made fertile by evenly spreading the proper quantity of stable manure. Therefore, the farmer who uses an I H C manure spreader col lects a double profit. He mar . kets heavier crops and his land is made more valuable. To find out how this is done, see your local dealer and have him show you an I H C Manure Spreader Kemp ...

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. — 3 May 1912

Wy.yw Off" -.i-v ftr- n- -J " '--! -. ,-, - , ,"t ff--' r .L tm&ttmtt mtntt. PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 3 1912 No. 106 ESTABLISHED 183 r V W.JffW-WfW V, j - foe 9 m m Y K TITANIC'S SENT Forty Unidentified ied y s Bur Memorial Service Planned-People Of HalifaxWilI Honor Memories Of Those Who Went Down In Wreck Bodies Will Be Photographed Before Being Con Signed To Mother Earth-Aster Funeral Will Take Place At Rhlne-beck-on-Hudson Saturday Halifax, N. S., May 2. AH of the bodies landed by the Mackay-Bennett have not yet been embalmed, but the work has progressed so far that 27 hare been shipped to their homes. It la expected that today It will be pos sible to send as many more, and that by tomorrow the number thus dis posed of will reach nearly 100. It was decided that about 40 of the uniden tified dead must be buried without further delay, owing to the advanced stage of decomposition, and a funeral was decided on for tomorrow after noon at .1 o'clock. In the fo...

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. — 3 May 1912

AGE TWO. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1012. n 1111.1111,11 CONVENTION At The High School On Wed nesday Morning Id Which Suffragettes Were In The Majority Many Prominent Men Of The Country Were Present In Characters Assumed By The Students ' Hon. Joseph Cannon Was The Presiding Officer Tho regular chupol exercises of tlio Jit, Vernon High bcIiooI Wednesday morning were converted into a presi dential convention. Tho meeting wns presided over by the Hon. Joseph Cnnnoii (Thos. Van Voorhis) who Hounded tho key note of tho convention In u speech fraught "with patriotic fervor and many Jokes. Much enthusiasm wns hIiowii and great factional Intercut was demon Btrnted. Tho Biiffrngotto element was thcro in full force, and capped In he coming dorbys. Their condwY wan very unseemly and tho convention was interrupted ninny times by cat calls ami IiIksus. Their candidate's presented tho ntilfrngclto cases very ably and In n very convincing man ner. Tho two candidates wore Mrs. I-aFollet...

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. — 3 May 1912

i FRIDAY, MAY 3, 19)2. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PAGE THREE j " I ! NNNHNte WflHfc r W. PITKIN I R. . i w ..1 WtiMfctiHlr jhVv h.BA y J" r . A, 89 No SlOO ivGicllI I Grocery Department Mr. R. D. Reed will Have charge of this de partment and will offer you as follows: Carolina Head Rice, regular 10c value, at per pound 7c Ideal Apple Butter, 4 lb. jar, 40c value, ,28c 8 lb. jar 75c value 57c Basket Fired Japan Tea, 60c value, at, per pound ". , 32c Meat Department Mr. Otis Houbler will look after your needs in this department and will make you the fol lowing special prices for opening day. Dressed Poultry, per pound 15c Beef Shoulder Roasts, per pound lie Guaranteed Pure Lard, at per pound. . .lie Baking Department Mr. Elmer Tinkey is head baker and Miss Fairy Tinkey will have charge of the retail de partment of the bakery. She will offer the fol lowing special for opening day. Bread 3c per loaf Nice plain chocolate, white and cocoauut cakes regular 10c value for 6c A fine line of 20c c...

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. — 3 May 1912

FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. y r w- l W- MOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor T oacrsL-"VCrool3cJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Entered at the ML Vernon, O., post See as second cUss mail matur. Resolutions of Respect, Obituaries and Cards of Thanks, five cents per lino. Subscription Rato J1.50 per year. MONTHLY BELLS TOLL AS BODIES ARRIVE Halifax Pays Mute Tribute to Titanic Victims. MANY WAITERS DISAPPOINTED Meeting Of The W. C A. On Wednesday Afteroooi The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Christian Association was held at the Home, Wednesday Afternoon. The usual routine of busi ness was transacted. The relief committee reported goods to tho amount of $8 donated to charity work. The matron's report for the month was ns follows: Mrs. Bedell magazines. Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson couch and four sofa pillows. Mrs. Henry Cooper couch cover. A friend Cake, 1 gal. ico cream, 2 potted plants. Mrs. George Simons nud Mrs. Harry Smoots flowers. It. Brock & Co. 2 lb. la...

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. — 3 May 1912

page run FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. '! THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEft. s y 8 i X r SUCCESSFUL s CH0LARS Who Took Boxwell-Pailerson ExamiDotioQ In Ibis City 'i ' i On! Of A Class Of 258 Only 59 Were Successful LAOILL Of Hulianna A. Biggins Is Hied In Probate CLEVELAND Oociety IKHMS I" "eTO 'I More "Fell Down" On Arith metic Than Anything Else The Secoad Examination To Occur Here May 18 Aii Applicants Who Failed Have Another Chance The following is the result of the Boxwell-Patterson examination held in Mt. Vernon one week ago last Sat urday. One hundred and thirty eight girls and 120 boys took the examina tion. Out of this large class, 35 girls and 2 1 boys secured the" required average. Miss Esther Young had the highest average of the girls and Dale Arnold of the boys. The following Is the list of success ful students by townships. Berlin Lola Bechtel, Cleo Wood ward, Ralph Brubaker, Clark Garber. Brown Marvel Dunn, Mary Mix, Esther Pinkley, Esther Young, Quincy "Workman, Eldora DeLong, Zelma Ree...

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. — 3 May 1912

Kftyipjvv w ' utuMffnmuft'nrr'wfgmvi " "'' "" ' jwiwrijuwwr Tyw -pmim.f a p-fT'1''!'' v.t-. - - ""8!? - w"" wPi'iwyiW PTO'lW'iww''WpHMipgsgyy IWMPTW-" PAGE 3IX win i' i fTrini iiTini StiUKl LUlALu Miss Sarah Krumni returned this morning from Mt. Vernon, where she has been the guest of friends for a , fjfw days. Mansfield News. ' friends here have received word Yhnt Mr. Claude . Hubbetl of Colum bus who was so badly Injured is Im proving and bis recovery is looked for unless complications develop. Miss Grace Donnelly, a nurse at the Mt. Vernon hospital, went to Mt. TJberty Tuesday afternoon on pro fessional business. Mrs. Clell X. Brentlinger returned this afternoon to her home in To ledo after a visit with relatives In the city. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Rnrgess L. McEl roy. Miss Helen Wright returned tto Gambler, O., this morning where she it attending JIarcourt, after visiting her mother, Mrs. K. 8. Wright, wno has been quite ill, but who is now Improving rapidly at ...

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. — 3 May 1912

"wr-'''Ptj7T''WjW Hr-rTf f-r r t: f fr FRIDAY, MAY 3; 1012. THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. iA6 SEVEN burglars nwny boforo they could ran nck tho house. It Is claimed that two pel sons wero seen ut tho Wcr rick honipstend, GENERAL FRED D. GRANT'S BODY RESTS AT WEST POINT IN THE MILITARY CEMETERY WHERE MANY FAMOUS SOLDIERS REPOSE Mr William Dalrymplo went to Ce itimbds Tuesday morning on busl nes. I'OIl SALE Egg from my pure Mr. Earnest HcliliippnCnsso and Miss Julia SchlappacnHHO left Wed- i ' 1 nesday morning for Clovelnnd where they will make n short visit. Misses Alice and Mnry McCarthy of Mt Vernon speitt Sunday tho guests or Mr and Mra. Thomas Kean of East Main street. Newark Advo cate. hrd Crystal White Wjnndotts, He no ncd winter layem. Tho only breed BURGLARY ATTEMPTED Reported To Sheriff Both ImrghiilcH wore reported to Sheriff Parker on Tuesday morning and an Investigation was commenced at once. Very little could bo done by the olIlcerK us thero was absolutely no rJui to the direct...

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. — 3 May 1912

AGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER. FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912. If r I: SBOKT LOCALS j Gutter 28c; eggs 21c. Clougb tor sewing machine. tt Miss Florence Carey went to Dela ware, 0. this afternoon. Head the New Gem Laundry Co'b. Notice In this Issue. Mr. Patrick Honegnn was in Col nimbus this afternoon on business. See the new styles at The Home of "Good Clothes. Mrs. C. P. Ruch of Centerburg vis ited In Mt. Vernon over Thursday. Open again The Home of Good Clothes. Mlsa Until Kalstoii spent Wednes day In Columbus. Mr. James A. Scliaeffer went to Col umbus and Springfield this afternoon on a business trip. Everything new at The Home of 'Good Clothes. Mr. V. D. White of Delaware, Ohio, was a business visitor In the city ov er Wednesday. Miss Ethel Sinner went to Colum bus this afternoon to visit with rela tives i' nd friends. Read Milton Lewis' ad. In this Is- Mrs. Paul Ashbaiigh unit Mrs. Harry Hubbs went to Columbus Thursday morning to spend tho day. Mr. Leo Uussell left Thursday morning for ...

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. — 7 May 1912

-". ID Itattttjer, -r imjootttttt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, OHIO, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1912 No. 37 ESTABLISHED 183 IT . V TAFT OPEN Takes Up Active Fight For Home State Delegation Stops At Athens, Nelsonville, Cliillicotlie And Greenfield On Wny To Cincinnati-Will Put In Full Day Wed nesday, Ming Fourteen Speeches, And Closing At Columbus With What Is Tipped Oif To Be Warmest Talk Since Controversy Started Columbus, O., May 6. At Athens loday President Taft opened his cam paign for the Ohio delegates to the Republican national convention at Chicago. Ho also spoke at Nelson vllle and Cliillicotlie and will make a Itaort stop at Greenfield on his way to Cincinnati, where he will spend the night and tomorrow as the guest If relatives. Early Wednesday morning the president will leavo Cincinnati in a speaking tour which includes 14 stops between the Queen City and Columbus. The schedule of this trip follows: Butavia, C:37 to 0:47; -Monnt-Oreb, 7:11 to 7:21; Sardina, 7:30 to 7:40; Winchester...

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. — 7 May 1912

o r W TSit-.a'iiVM9Liiw'(W nijmirtWi wn -'a.?j"".- 3 K I1 1 ACE TWO. VITAL WASHINGTON NEWS TAVENNER, "WRITER AND FACTS AS THEY Washington, May 4 Now comes the discovery that Burdette D. Townsend, cue of Mr. Roosevelt's special trust investigators, was assigned, in 1906, to investigate the harvester trust, and that he reported that it was a monopo ly in every sense of the word; that it "was holding up farmers, receiving re bates from the steel trust and rail loads, and that the trust was organ ized by George V. Perkins, who is now financing the Roosevelt campaign. Mr. Roosevelt said recently he nev cr had any reports suppressed. Rut "this report was suppressed. The pub lic never heard of It. It died by the chloroforming process, as a result of Mr. Roosevelt's order to his attorney general not to start suit against the harvester trust. While Mr. Roosevelt was protect ing the harvester trust from prosecu tion by the federal government, that organization was being driven from Missouri, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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