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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 July 1910

W -VTif" ixB&mrm3&''im&vLZ2m2Srv2.v." Mvmm t-S3SSSi .tfi-n-n-Tirr' THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEB FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 PAGE SIX ? f.tiiBju,mMniiiiiirgiawiinHrjp iiuwwfuJiujJJ-Uii-wawiJ'tJPPKJJireeJgMtTuaKW H 4:1 i hw ?ift Ji ii' n i . I.1 a i . i in I w i i kb k fi I' B CMJMUJJ IUM INCREASE Of 75 Cenls Per Day Allow ed liy The Commissioners To The Members Of The Cily Board Of (teview Now Receiving A Salary Of $3.50 Per Day Howard Bariieit Released From County Jail Ify A Writ Of Habeas Corpus On Tuesday The Knox county commissioners at their weekly session on Monday al lowed the mombers of the city board of rovlow an Increase In salary of 75 cents per day. In former years tho board received ?5 per day for their services, but this year tho commis sioners cut tho salary down to $3.50 per day. Tho members of tho board protested ngalnst tills, pointing out tho fnct that thoy gave up their tlmo each day to tho work and tho com pensation was worth more than the amount nllowed. On Monda...

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. — 22 July 1910

' TtpH tt W rrflcpTff7'Wqt"l FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TAOE flEVEri mLwuw-iMjiMwiimiimjijm Mu.iunmu.iiiiijtijjinjj.rJT jbjui iumiaiii miipjiii ! jiiEijiiB.wiiwma.jjajiiiujtwjF'Hj4lJii,MiiimmiiMUu.MMjiBfa rct"'7w- wmiwvfrT?v"yTf'' r"- ) - - r I . v STIVAL Of St. Vincent de Paul Ob served In Local Cliurcli m liigli Mass On Tuesday Morning Tho Catholic church today keeps the festival of St. Vincent do Paul, known In history as Uio apostlo of charity and founder of tho Sisters of Charity, who now number somo 50,000, In overy part of tho world, engaged In various works of charity, education and religion. As this Is the namo of tho local church and parish, tho day was cele brated by high mass sung by tho Itov. Father Mulhane. Tho closing exer cises of tho spiritual retreat for tho Sisters took placo also. This has last ed for eight days and was conducted by Itov. John of Magulro, a Jesuit priest from Chicago. About forty Sis ters were present from various points In Ohio,...

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 July 1910

'"-"" 15 ""w-m iiHHWiiwijiiiwiilii iiiitni)iiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiil iiririmmliililil irinn if mtrnMuMMHtKOK ,. . ,., , (1-' h , THE DEMOOEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1010 tAQE EIGHT "" .Tl"'W'!ltn' r. rgrs'"vanBjiitiiJiitjaH!nBjwftiwiwTitiuiiMuiii?ii If Hi' I J $ ID ' .! 8 ! i t ' u is li i i SHORT LOCALS Eggs 20c; butter 22c. Gem Laundry, 7 N. Main St. tt Clough for sowing machines. tf Sharp's for cut nowcrs, 8 N. Main. Buy your lints and furnishings at porter's on S. Main St. Mr. Clnrcnco Anderson of East Chestnut street went to Gambler Thursday morning on business. Post cards 10 cents per dozen at Penn's. Mrs. OHIo Lcedy of Orrvlllo Is visit ing Mrs. B. W. Campbi'Il, East Front Street. Children's hats J2 off. A. A. Dowds Dry Goods Co. Mrs. J. H. Kramer and daughter, Marie, are visiting friends In Elyrla nnd Cleveland. , Mrs. Burt Mawby returned homo to day after a five weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. J. II. Kramer. Mr. John Shecdy went to Columbus Thursday morning to Bpen...

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 July 1910

V' VMtX PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1910 No. 59 ESTABLISHED 1836 mm$ jsftc"V ' But LEADERS FOR Jk Delegates Also Capital Republicans Meet Tuesday-Cox Insists That His Predic tion As To Brown's Easy Victory Is Based On Facts -Looks Like Held Against Dayton Jurist-Harding Proclaims He Is No One Man's Candidate-Mrs, Longworth Will Hear Husband Outline Issues Columbus, O., July 25. The ad vance guard of tbo delegations to tho Republican stato convention, which mooU in Memorial hall tomorrow af ternoon, ore arriving on every train, the leaders having arrived earlier in order to look over the field iind lino things up for the various candidates. George B. Cox of Cincinnati was one of the first to arrive, having mado tho trip by automobile, stop ping at Dayton on the way for a few final words with his candidate for governor, Judge O. B. Brown. 'Senators Burton and Dick and their friends hayo discussed the situ ation as to candidates for governor, and while Georgo B. 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. — 26 July 1910

J'1 ..' HlWiiiliii mill in i'i iiiiwiii .iiiiii txmnHDBsl VAGE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1910 II m m n frlS M r 'I o BM ti ', ?), i! ' i . 4- n r ) i' i l- 1 ' I fc SI ? ill THE FUSARIUM WILT Tho Department of Botany Is malt ing a study of tho Fusarium Blight (wilt) and Dry not of potatoes. Dur ing the early spring a press bulletin was sent out calling attention to tho disease In the seed potatoes. In or der to keep our correspondents alort as to the nature of tho disease and tho possible losses It may occasion, and further to obtain fuller data as to the extent and the amount of thlB dlseaso throughout tho potato dis tricts, this press bulletin Is being sent out. At this stage of growth tho earliest symptoms aro beginning to show. To those not. familiar with this disease as a field trouble, a careful descrip tion of tho symptoms is hero given. The presonco of tho wilt disease is usually conspicuous when the plants aro ten to fourteen Inches in holght. Tho prelimin...

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 July 1910

7 ' jimm,'mm,tfWf)lkW9''wr9v? hwnrp' tt" itpif vHmmippv'W-"1 Ww' w 'wjjHifwii)rwnn- TUE8DAY, JULY 20, 1910 DROPPED Five Thousand Feet On A Hand Car Up 11,000 Feet On Standard Width Road Threw Snowballs And Pluck ed Wild Flowers Some Of Interesting Ex periences Of Mr. Bogardus During Recent Trip He Took To Colorado Editor Banner One of tho delightful ways of see ing things Is to go with a crowd. Wo left Chicago with nine Pullman coach es crowded with happy people. It was a special train and none but tho party wero allowed on the train. When wo arrived at Des Moines tho train stopped and tho crowd all got out and stepped Into tho automobiles that were waiting and we wero taken for a two hours' ride over tho city and after visiting the principal points of Interest and the beautiful residence part of the city we returned to our train and took up our way westward. At Omaha we stopped for three hours and were taken out to the club that is located several miles out of the city and entertai...

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 July 1910

iyyjfaFr Li ft liHTitmTTT MTTfl'fty PAQE POUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1010 !WwwirpwpMfniiaww..iiw.'iiiwiimLi p ii if i! m I'm bt IN '.4 i i I! tfc mm , , i-l v , i i M 1 f 8 f! '1 '5 i u V'". HI tt H rVXOUNT VERNON, OHIO FRANK HARPER, Editor SJ oaaoJ.-"VTo olacJLy 5 MONUMENT SQUARE tubscrlptlon Ilate SlviSO por yoa Entered at the ML Vernon, 0., post ffttlce as eecond class mall matter. FACES DEFEAT IN HOME CONVENTION Bryan's Only Hope Is Appeal to Instructed Delegates. Omaha, Nob., July 25. That Wll- 11am J. Dryan has met with a do clslve defeat In Nebraska county and -will meet with a fillll groator ono In the state Democratic convention at the bands of delegates eoloctod at th county oonvontlotiH, becomos moro apparent au tlio smoko of liattlo -clears and tho returns are rooelvod -And whllo Bryan doea not yot admit hltj defeat, his only chance of win' nlng In the convention Is to no work on tho ffiolltigs of tho dolegatei that thoy will disobey tholr posltlvo In at...

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 July 1910

nrrj i """ -t ! IUE8DAY, JULY 20, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE Ply igll MJ M3 yilBUffliMHU w nJiai f BfW! ' CUTTING Affray Occurs South Of ' City On Saturday In Which Mr. William II. Winy Was Slashed By A Knife In Hands Of Aaron Oolslioll Officer Arrests Man Who Did The Cutting And His Hearing Will Occur Later Mr. William It. Wing, a well-known farmer residing Just south of the city, was the victim of a most vicious as sault at the hands of Aaron Gotshall Saturday afternoon and as a result the latter was arrested on a charge of cut ting with intent to wound and' was locked up In the Knox county Jail. It appears that Gotshall had been work ing for Mr. Wing and according to tho story of tho latter he appeared on Mr. Wing's farm Saturday afternoon in an intoxicated condition and demanded the money coming to him. Mr. Wing stated he would bo compelled to come to town and secure the money from the bank and would pay him in the evening. To this Gotshall objected and without any warning ...

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 July 1910

SSP! FAQE SIX THE DEMOCRATIC BANKER TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1910 m m I'::; f . If SB 'If hi I; n I x i)y.ff S T). I" ......i-iooo oof-- nnlQ PEOPLE'S PULPIT e e o Sermon by CHARLES T. RUSSELL, Pastor Brooklyn Tabernacle. 100 ALL IN ADAM Even so ALL IN CHRIST Text I "Since by man come death, by man alio comet the resurrection of the dead ; for M all in Adam die, even to all in Christ hall be made alive, Duf every man in his own order; Christ the firstfruits'j afterwards they that are Christ's during his presence" (I Corinthians xv. 21, 23, 11. V.). OOQl'l . . . l . . . .1-. !. . . . . . o July 24. Once wo considered most un 'kind, unjust, tlie Hlblo declaration that our Creator condemned nil of Adam's raco with him on account of Adam's "Original Sin." But now, in tho light of ibis clearer unfolding of God's Word, wo nro privileged to sec differently. Now wo perceive, not only Hint God did no injustice to Adam's children, hut, con trariwise, that In this very particular, ho did them a kindn...

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 July 1910

TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER AOE aiSVEN IWUILWP 80KETHIN8 FO WHAT'S THE ANSWER? DY O. A. CHARLES. CcryrJght by O. A. Chnrles, 1DI0.1 Tho deep-voiced orgun pealed forth tho wedding march whllo Beatrlco, beaatlful In her simple gown of white, leaning heavily on tho aria of her stalwart father, marched Blowly down tho nlslo to meet handsome Jack Stanley and his "best man," who stood waiting at .tho altar. Tho minister came down tho Bteps with regal bearing and tho Uttlo choir boys sang llko seraphs from tho choir aloft. "Until death dous part do you promlso this?" ashed tho aged minister In conclusion. r , Tho vows woro exchanged and Jack and his brido marched In triumph down tho aislo and sprang Into the waiting carriage but not until they were deluged by a shower of rlco, old shoes and good wishes by their friends who had assembled to see them married. It was ono tft thoso In. I formal morning weddings so popular In tho great middle class that great ' mlddlo class whi...

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 July 1910

l III I It 1 IE ' '' ! if, f '. fr H I l- 1 1 1 '! ,. c I B Cookery For entitling peaches allow to every eight qunrts two pounds BUgnr nnd three quarts water. Make n sirup, stirring until tho sugar is dissolved. As soon ns It bolls skim cnrofully. Meanwhile peel tbo peaclics, pack In sterilized glass Jars, making suro be fore you begin that your rubbers nro now nnd tbo tops of tbo cans perfect. Settle tho fruit ns you pack by shaking the Jor. Fill the hot Jars with boil ing sirup. It will require nbout n pint to each quart Jar. Adjust tho glass top hnlf way over tho Jar, but do not put on tho rubber. Set tho Jars In tho oven In shallow pans half filled with boiling water. Closo the oven door (and the oven should bo only moderately wnrni) nnd cook tho fruit fifteen minutes. Take from the oven. Having ndjusted tho rubbers, 1111 each Jar In turn with tho boiling sirup, which should liavo been kept hot on tbo back of tho stove. Fill so full that the scalding liquid runs over, then put o...

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 July 1910

Jw jiiiiH'iwwwpNwy four cgffBw i ' r'ir ? 7W" fir r iKjT'AWWjfpwF'j msm i ' ! -EZ PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, O., FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1910 -No. 60 ESTABLISHED 1836 --rgTp mii.jwvipiiiiiiiyff;!' .wj yfl ft tw I8r h Republ icans Make alio Cincinnati Leader Throws Vote To Successful Candidate When Judge Brown's Chances Fade Away Denman Treadway Have No Opposition-Speaker Mooney Will Make Race For Thompson's OfNce-Duniop Gets On Met For Third Time STATE TICKET. For Governor, WARREN Q. HARDING of Marian; Lieutenant Governor, FRANCIS W. TREADWAY of Cleveland. Secretary of State, GRANVILLE TV. MOONET of 'Austinburg. Treasurer of State, v R. W, ARCHER I of Barnesville. Attorney General, U. G. DENMAN of Toledo. Judges of Supreme Court, AUGUSTUS N. SUMMERS of Springfield. . WILLIAM B. CREW of MoConnelsvllle. 1 " " Clerk of Supremo Court, , JOHN S. M'NUTT of Salem. . Dairy and Food Commissioner, , RENICK W..DUNLAP of Kingston. Board of Public Works, GEORGE H. WATKINS of Portsmouth. State School 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. — 29 July 1910

-a. J wi2"!fMiW :rr. &-J- V f""'1" yT'yg'"f Jlfl, .iIi.,m;,tmJ!SSS?!i'ii ill1 !L:;.'.'.:.,:';,rr riwiiiBiiffMaiMi fc : I u n " : - Li '!! V J 1? 1 f AGE TWO IBBWXHIIWl THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1010 BOY. IS SMI RIOT. i'WI Firs! Blood Spilled at Columbus. POLICE AReSt BUSY Friends o! Striking Carmen Break , Loose in Spots. SALOONS ORDERED TO CLOSE WILL GALL OUT STATE TROOPS Mayor Decides That Request For Militia Justified, THREE ARE SHOT IN, RIOTS Many Others Receive Injuries When Outlets, Stones and Other Missiles Are Exchanged by Opposing Sides. Tracks Are Impeded, Windows Smashed and Explosives Used In Controversy Police Work Hard to Control Mobs. Mayor Marshall Attacked and , Saved By Firemen With Water Hose-Inspector Shocked and ( Non-Union Employe Hit on Head " With Hammer. , iu Columbus, O., July 26. First blood baa been spilled, and excitement Tuns high In ftlio strike of union con ductors and motormon of tho Colum bus street railway lines operated by tbo Col...

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 July 1910

wfW,W'JfI'llWilQ'!IFtH'llJl' (fy ' " 'v yffr'frKW1l'K' " ' "-W .1 FRIDAY JULY 29, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRKR "WJJlWimri! i LARGE Audience In Attendance At Hiawatha Assembly To Hear Concert By The Ziegler-Iiowe Company Two Excellent Programs Given On Tuesday The National Chautauqua Band Here Today Some Notes Concerning The Assembly At The Park Thero was a larger attendance at Tuesday night's entertainraent'at Hia watha Lake assembly than on - the opening evening, and It Is predicted that the patronage will grow dally and nightly as the people come to real ize that the 1910 program Is far hot ter than any that has been offered here for some years. The special attraction for Tuesday afternoon and evening was the Zlegler Howe Conceit Co., and the programs rendered wore most pleasing In every detail. Tho programs were varied and yet nicely balanced throughout, and tho applause that followed each num ber Indicated that the people were mighty well pleased. Tho Natlonnl Chautauqu...

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 July 1910

a xm m tyMimumaa 1 PAGE FOUR THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, JULY 2B, 19W ixnw if'W ie it iffiw ii iu'W uiihui tnwmwunwwi jyjMMMMjMMaMMsMWMWWWM i mj 1 1 nj yilry iwrajiifUMiaM i nniiwwwiiw miivmmimmmwmwmiwmmiimaibni&&ti fyp-- riviTTiijtM wiinjmfifZmnmH m ii i7i i , -- . . .-.T iiw nwtwiwwiww "u - BTKilFrMMBM" MWWiMBWfTPTWHWlHKffriHHBWiBHiMBWMf't''M'"' TTfrPlT-MI I iiTTTH"TiiiliriiTiiiTiwiii i. ii i ii i II i i ill l - I ' " "JM"M1" ii in hi iiMaMMJiirfMri Bii ifiin i n nwr - .1 - i" ' "wmn "iWWW)aWWTOWtfllu.WWiWJWlBWW3lMWi III Hill III fcc I -nt tfil ' "C MOUNT VERNON, OHIO . FRANK HARPER, Editor fi&oxxxl-'VTroolacJLy 6 MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Rate 150 por yon "Entered at the Mt Vernon, 0., poet tflco as second clou nmll matter. HARMON AND MOB LAW (National Monthly) Thnt mob represented an Issue In .politics, at least In Newark. They stood for a total disregard for lnw. Up to that time they have been able to defeat candidates for public office In Newark, and public of...

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 July 1910

ri i wm'mtttwGwm!wr'iwwfiyt'l'ir TJflWf" " vi'atmtmwfl'igf't"tJiVl'fvtv r -lafptA" yr-rrviftr FRIDAY JULY 29, 1910 MBmiWIMWWIMUIIWHWnllTI THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE FlVnt T D. OF L SEVERE LECTE BELGHTH1 INJUNCTION NARROW QUEER Concert Given By Notional Cliaiitouqua Bond At The Hiawatha Assembly Wednesday Night Close Convention AtMansfieid By Electing Oificers Injuries Sustained By Mr, T. As State Officer At The 0. Of L, Convention Escape Had A Child From Oeath By Poison Method Taken1 By A Man To Get Even r F. Cole I Dr. Lincoln Hulley Is Expect ed Saturday s And Will Appear On The Program Sunday Senator Brown Lectures Saturday Afternoon Those who heard the National Chau tauqua band at Hiawatha lake assemb ly Wednesday afternoon and again today were delighted with the pro gram, and all are anticipating anoth er great treat when the band appears this evening for Its closing entertain men. The band is not one of the largo kind so far as numbers go, but It is made up of the best profess...

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 July 1910

gK.reafffgs ii miwim. ,wm ii i IHP ' "P"!- TS p PAGE SIX gai.acBJiJtlJi'wfc.ittwiwuriiVTnPTJWiai I Ring Ordinance Passed Over Mayor's Veto By The Ciiy Council On Mon day Evening Two Members Voted in The Negative Rate Ordinance Goes Over To Future Day The city council met in regular ses sion in tho council cfcwlnrber on Mon day evening with President Dover In the chair. The meethig was called to order with all membys present. Tho minutes of the last 'regular meeting Tvero read by Cleric Mclntlre and -were approved hy tho council ns read. A communication was read by tho od that In compliance with the re ed that in couiplianco with the re quest of tho city council, h6 would en force the curf&w ordinance. A petition by a Columbus Arm to soil mcdlclno on the streets of tho city of Jit. Vernon, was read. Mr1. Cole moved that tit In petition be laid on the tahlo. The motion was carried. An ordinance to Indue bonds In or der to secure funds necessary for tho repair of tho pavement of Ea...

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 July 1910

FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1910 on 0! The 20th Ohio Regimental Association Held On The Shelby County Fair Grounds Thirty-Five Of The Veterans Present Old Showing The Ranks Being Rapidly Thinned Next Heunion To Be Held At Hiawatha Park (By Col. L. G. Hunt, Sec.) The twentieth Ohio Regimental as sociation met in annual reunion in the Shelby county fair grounds, July 22, and wns called to order by Presi dent Capt. Ed. B. Nutt, at eleven o'clock, a. m. Registering' and receiv ing badges were flrst in order after tho boys had all had a good old fash ioned 20th Ohio hand shake. At 12 o'clock the dinner was called and the members of the regiment and their families present together with a largo number of visitors entered the dining room of the agricultural grounds where the wives and good friends and citizens had prepared a sumptu ous ropast and at the call of the presl dent all joined in repeating the Lord's Prayer, after which orders were giv en to load and in this all joined heartily. The followin...

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 July 1910

llHMlJ Jf " - r jr.s - ...-, HM.wasawjitpjjjaaa ggj'jggW'g1' WWlrtW u in"" nwwwsadkgSCr iii'i"'''HwM'iiirTmnnriw hi m i ii . . "'I V TJIIILm ! iU . J.. .jB.r'm MTV 7'Ti 1' L-1'J TI 0 tf FRiDAY, JULY 29, 1910 lpww,wW"WWMliqBgiL!'L.lT MiTTFF rTZzZZT, ..f J' MW.itaiMt Lffl!J 'I '"Ti'inminii wm ,,,, TTT " " '" ,' ,, """"' "MTMlUWlMIMH ,ij 7 7 TT iiHriMiiiMaSJMaTii TTTHfilS" "W"""jft'i w mm iiliMiMm !! iiii iTr- --." ''iwiiw'"'Mi-"WMirgxcagm1j(jrA 7 1,,l ii-fiimniiaiM -,J,ifciii 4&fflf'"-'1ffiWltifii1tm:fr'bi , r 'A AQE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BAJKTNER ills' .W GRANVILLE W. MOONEY Nominated by Ohio Republicans for Secretary of State ! j j i ( t ? !! 2 j j J. WILL OCCUR SOON 4 The Dowds family reunion will' occur nt Lake Hiawatha park on Aug ust 9th. Tho annual reunion of tho liar-rod-Biggs family will bo-held August 18, nt Union Qrovo In Harrison town ship, Knox county. Tho cloventh nnnunl rounlon of tho Lecklltcr family will be held at tho home of Arbclln IHzcr, two miles west of Butle...

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 August 1910

fi . ;'? Wtvxttt JS&nntt. tmtt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1910 No. 61 ESTABLISHED 1836 ': r CRIPPEN TAKEN Alleged Wife Slayer Omd Suspense Scotland Yard Inspector Dew Goes To Meet Montrose And Has American Dentist In Custody Before Passengers Were Aware That Strange Couple Were Man And ' Woman For Whom Police Throughout World Have Searched For Three Weeks Father Point, Aug. 1. Charged with tho murder and 'mutilation of hio actress wife, Belle Elmore, in London, Dr. II. H. Crlppen was ar rested on the eteamshlp Montrose, two miles oil Father Point, by Pro Tincial Detectives McCarthy and Dennis, who were accompanied by Jaspoctor Dew of Scotland Yard. The Ls Neve girl was arrested as a sus pect. She was dressed as a boy. The arrest was very dramatic. In spector Dew boarded tho Montrose disguised air a pilot, as Crlppen was pacing tho deck with Surgeon Stew art. He saw the pilot boat pulled by but four seamen and remarked that there seemed to bo a good many p...

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