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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democratic banner. — 22 November 1910

TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1910 J.'HE DEViOOEATIO BANNEK PAOE 8KVB fT?JW J ttW SPEAKERS Id The House Of Represent atives In Years Post And Something About Champ Clark, A Condicate For The Speakership In The Next House Washington, D. 0., Nov. 18 If Champ Clark Is elected speaker of tho next Houso of Representatives ho will be tho thirty-fifth man chosen as tho regular presiding officer of tho lower branch of Congress and tho first over elected from tho state of Missouri. Representative Clark would also bo tho second speaker to hall from west of the Mississippi river. Iowa has tho distinction of being tho only stato west of tho Mississippi rives that has been honored with tho speakership up to tho present time. Tho late Dav id B. Henderson of Iowa served as speaker of tho Fifty-sixth and Fifty seventh Congresses. Massachusetts, Virginia, and Ken tucky aro the states which have been most highly favored In regards to tho speakership. Each has had four of its representatives chosen to prcsldo...

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 November 1910

l JJLJLj t wnwuiinu ?ft V.'.'Sia-'i asmESEZSSsa aiiiiWiiwiii X-5 n-rTL, . r.tuB AGE EIGHT, THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1010 I I Ift i I 5 li i! f. at TIMOTHY S. HOGAN New Attorney General Halls From Hllln of Jackson County EXPLAINS THOS , OULEORA SLIDES Engineer Goelhals Reports Pro gress on Canal Work, ISTHMUS NO HEALTH RESORT Dally Average of Sick Was 23.01 In Every Thousand and Deatha Aver aged 10.84 Per Thousand Govern ment Makes Money Out of String of Hotels Devices For Handling Vessols Already Being Installed. Plenty of Men to Do Work. Washington, Nov. 21. Colonel Qcorgo W. aoothals, tho cnglnoor In -chargo of tho construction at tho Panama canal, has ttubmlttcd lila an nual report to Socrotary of War Dickinson, and tho sumo has been taiudo public. In this roport Colonol Coethnls discusses tlio big slides In tho Culobni out, which havo Impeded tho progress of the work. Tho col onel says: "Previous to tho (local year tho movement of material Into tho prism was du...

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. — 25 November 1910

"""SEWSPW' 'W"',' rr"-i-v rr tr r4-- m "Tr jemjor&w uuntt PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910 No. 94 ESTABLISHED 1836 fErae WW" AMERICANS FLEE BEFORE REVOLT Leave Property In Haste To Quit Mexican Soil Rebels Continue To Attack Towns And Villages With Varying Success-Diaz Said To Contemplate Cabinet Charges As Concession To Populace Refugee Saw 'Fifty Dead In Streets Of Gomez Palacio-Bandits Attack And Sack Village El Paso, Tex., Nov. 23. Refugees from Mexico, mostly American men, women and children, but some na tives, ore flocking to this city. In coming railroad trains aro full of them, fresh from the scenes of the fighting at Torreon, Madera, Gomez Palaclo, Parral and other points In northern Mexico. Many Americans aro leaving their business. One American doctor brought his family out from Parral, leaving behind a drug store with (10,000 worth of merchandise In It. He left after two Spaniards, store keepers, had been killed for refusing 'to give rlutu to...

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. — 25 November 1910

toL. i-nj,e a- .MMHwli'A'wmwnl'lMwn wx irfWW ! ;?ibiss:sj-Vsw, MWtWWWWIMMiH i A' l tta ' AQ TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910 'Wnly,h.n.l.Mn,i,iVin1fial !!., ml I t It 1 ?t H 4? a IV, i if . ii ;. WRECK On The C. A. & C. Railroad Near Bangs Delayed Traffic For Several Hours Traffic was delayed on the C, A. & C. Ity between this city and Columbua on Tuosday morning by a defect In the track at Bangs. At about six o'clock, a north bound freight train was run ning on tlio flido track at Hangs when Bovcral cars were derailed by a brok en rail, which was not discovered be fore tlio attempt was made to tako the Biding, and as a result, the main track was blocked. Tho passenger train, leaving Mt. Vernon at 10: EC was held In that Tillage until about 1:30 o'clock and tho north bound passcn gor, duo hero at 8:34 was also held at that point for almost five hours be fore tho track could bo cleared. Tho debris was removed as soon as pos nlblo, howover, and after 1:30 o'...

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. — 25 November 1910

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25 1810 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE THRH IV V DONATIONS At The Home For The Aged Lost Saturday The Event Being The Annual Harvest Home Liberal Donation Of Provision Is Received For Which Members Of W. C, A. Extend Thanks To The Generous-Giving Public Of lit. Vernon Tho following wero tho donations received at the Homo for the Aged on Harvest Homo Day, Saturday, Nov ember 10, for which tho membors of tho Woman's Christian Association ex press their appreciation and thanks for the generous donations: Mis. James Clailc, 2 cans fruit, 1 glass Jely. T. A. Banning, 2 sacks flour, 2 llvo chickens. Kindergarten Children," ono bushel potatoes. Mis. Alor, 1 can peaches. Mis. Joe Lovy, bushel potatoes, bas ket giapes. Mis. J. N. Penileld live chicken. Mis. Itoheit Lcvorlng, 2 lbs coffee. G. W. McNabb, ono bushel apples. Mrs. A. Collins, 1 sack graham flour, 1 sack corn meal, eggs and butter. Miss Mattie Fowler, C bars soap. O. Poppleton, C cans preserves; Mrs. A. D. Bunn, 25 lb...

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. — 25 November 1910

-&tamnxv ri '-hjww wmmsammsSM ammmwmmmmsmmm .ar-i AGE rOun THE DEMOCEATIO BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1010 lLIIIIUiiJIUUJ ! i' It ; e S II.. I a t ii e Ii 4 MOUNT VERNON. OHIO '" PRANK HARPER, Editor oiut- 7KT ooltly 5 MONUMENT SQUARE f iilfifriitiMnii Hki" l S" l)"r yi Mulcted ut the Ml Vafiiua. O.. poBl office us second clan trail matter PHENOMENON AT SEA Ship Played Tag With Gigantic Water , spouts In Tropical Regions. (New York Ilernld) Nows'df a thrilling game of tag play. ed between tho Drutngolth, a British freight steamship, and a scoro of gi gantic waterspouts was brought hero yesterday when tho vessel dropped anchor near Dcdloo's Island, The Druragelth, Captain Falrwoather, loft a Java port on August 18 last and had good weather until October 10, jwhon things began to happen In rapld-flro order. On tho night of Monday, October 10, tho Drumgolth ran Into n severe elec trical storm. Tho morning after re vealed a dirty sky and a choppy sea. After breakfast a baby waterspo...

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. — 25 November 1910

-2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2B, 1910 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAGE lV DEPUTY INSTALLED As Taslor Of The Presby terian Church SPLENDID BUCKEYE WOMEN Married and Unmarried, Praise the Buciceye Clerk Of Courts Will Be Mr. Clifford S. Marner Of $300 Was A Pool Room At Utico, Ohio Cannot Be Sold In Dry Terri tory By A Decis'on ro Oglethorpe Was Unveiled Way Remedy, mwmmmam Pe-ru-na. ROBBED "NEAR BEER" MONUMtN Vf, In J- v Bloodhounds Were Secured from Lancaster And Lead Officers To Nearby Residence A And Accordingly Two Arrests Were Made . Suspects To Have Hearing Before Tiie Mayor Utlca, Nov. 23 Burglars who were familiar with tho pool room of Smith & Mendenhall on Main street, entered the room Sunday night or early Mon day morning and stole $300 from tho cash reglstear drawer. Bloodhounds were secured from Lancaster and as they went direct to tho home of Floyd Elben. Both Elben and his two sons, Hex and Roy, wero placed under ar rest by Marshal Leo Pipes. Smith, who Uvea directly over the pool...

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. — 25 November 1910

Si M essaaaBiBB (wxr'1 t CAQE 6IX THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1010 "WWJMWfMMtlTf?" ' 1 '-- gaiaai,S5moanfc-iiiii ijrinfmrr'rTlt1Vli i im I 'jy.-in,jrt- .-uS .SWfcfra VrortttfciriiWMWw "" - - I - -- i..in, ly ir"" .. ,, . . R-. fi IS ' If F 15 I fl V BRIEF Was The Session Of Council Mnnrlnv Ninht Neither The President Nor Clerk Were Present An extremely short meeting of the xlty council was hold on Monday ovon lug with only llvo membera prosont, Messrs. Colo and Salisbury being ab sent. President pro torn Taylor was in the chair, owing to the ahsonco of President Devcr and City Auditor Dor. gan acted as clerk as Mr. Mclntlro -was unable to bo present. The meeting wna called to order by 'President pro tem Taylor. Auditor Dorgan reported tho folloowlng de ductions from tho electric light bills for outnges during tho following months: July, ?3.72, August (4.29. September none, and Octobor ,116.83. An ordinance waB Introduced to transfer tho following amounts from various ...

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. — 25 November 1910

SSSfwjyyT I w7"' wpf Tf wTffrT'1 "JT "? V FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1010 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNED PAQE 8F.VRN I'. H i? PRESIDENT AT Tales Personal Army Spirit Of The Very Mexico City, Nov. 22. General Lnquo, horo of the recent uprising In Yucatan, In command of tho Tenth refitment of regular Infantry, hasten ed to Orizaba by special train, and was there reinforced by two compa nies of regular Infantry fresh from their victory over rebels at Puebla, Thoro have been Insistent reports of scrims trouble at Orlzaoa, but owing to the strict censorship which has boon maintained by tho govern ment, which has seized all the tele graph Hues, It Is lmposslblo to get at the facts In the matter. Tho war ofllco hero is a sceno of great activity. All attaches are working at top speed and troops are being sent out to all points as fast as they can be mobilized and trains secured for their transportation. President Diaz himself has taken personal charge of the situation and Is planning tho various movements...

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. — 25 November 1910

n.iwwlliiiaiiiiirii.i1iM., , ! 'f i i' i M iwpi - ff- aawtfyffwKvtKwwr-i r i l " '- .- ' ' ' - - . VTriMr jsssgg, v ""WW-":;-!, f"vivr? mimmiwm?Mer ijyuim- jto MNHMnaanHtiiaMiHirt U.Jn..,-'..- "v " 1-. ii i mm) iil wwrivwk.ird ! ';i-I'-;'g::-1,- wMtf. A PAGE EIGHT THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1910 AfautejttfiAM&JAjiiiiAL2iMtitfA jd&itaHHraKiHnWMBIpMllfittibittfl . - rfiioim i iWii , .,3TwmmM ""nTTTiiiT-iiiiti " -- """ -- ' m NO ANTI-LIQUOR NOR LIQUOR LAWS Will Be Enacted by the Legis lature Tills Winter, THAT is v;hat politicians say Friends of Governor Do Not Want Him Embarrassed by Going On Record Either Way Say Rosa Law Will Not Bo Repealed and Reasons Given. I ' Columbus, O. (Special.) Politi cians from all over tho state aro dropping Into Columbus theso days. Democrats preponderate, for It has been so long since thoy controlled both tho exocutlvo and legislative de partments of tho stato that they want to come to the Capital City to con Vlnce themselves it...

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 November 1910

tm-tmi& PRICE TWO CENTS MT. VERNON, 0., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910 No. 95 ESTABLISHED 1836 HMttmer, mm lJ HEAVY TOLL Twenty-Four Girls Factory Explosion Takes Place When Employe Of Electric Concern Pours Gasoline On Incandescent Carbon-Flames Cut Off Retreat And Occupants Of Crowded Building Leap From Windows And Fire Escapes-Gutters Run Red With Blood New rork, Nov. 28. Doubt yet re mains as to tho Identity of one of tho-24 persons who are known posi tively to havo lost their lives In tho Newark papcr-bor factory fire. At least two aro missing and possibly, when somo official reckoning Is made, this number too will swell. In tho hospitals five persons are very tear death. v Tho search that went on all day disclosed no more bodies, and up to a lato hour no one of tho victims In addition to tho list already printed had died. Six of those reported un ldontlGod wero recognized at tho lit tle morgue on Washington street b'y relatives. Tho seventh body is so badly burned that althoug...

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 November 1910

"W i) 7 AQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1910 Sr j, I SHORT LOCALS Mr. and Kirs. Harold Walker wcro Columbus visitors on Thursday. Mra. S. P. Huntor of Orrvlllo spent Thursday with relatlvos In Danville. Mrs. W. D. Robinson of Danvlllo was Visitor In theclty Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Nazor of Danvlllo wero In Mt. Vernon on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parish of Dan vlllo visited In tho city yesterday. Capt. and Mrs. A. II. Pearl of Huron, Ohio, aro visiting Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Arndt. Mr. Wado Smith was tho guest of relatives In Martlnsburg orcr Thanks giving. Mr. Russol McManls of South Jack son street spent Thursday In Nowark, tho guest of friends. Miss Allco Pipes of Drink Haven has returned to hor homo after a short Visit with relatives In Dayton. Rov. It. Anna Sheldon of Sparta spont Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Evans, north of tho city. Mr. and Mrs. William II. Thompson Bpent Thursday with relatives In Kill buck. Mr. Armstcad Walght of Chicago...

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 November 1910

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1916 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER PAQ5 THRKi EXCITING Runaway Occurs In West End 01 Cily Wagon Demolished But No One Injured i A rather oxcltlns runaway took it placo on West High street about nino R n'nlnnlr Hnttirrlnv mnrnlnrr wtnti r -.., ,,.,b uu u horso, belonging to Mr. Joseph Por ter of South Vornon, ran for somo dlstanco before Anally coming to a stop against a troo. Mr. Porter had left his horso and wagon standing near the B. & O. tracks and had en torcd tho Virginia lunch rooms near by when ho heard a commotion on tho street. Ho looked out of tho window just in tlmof to sco his horso turn around and start cast on High street on a run. Tho horso was Anally stopped near Mechanic streot, tho wagon being badly damaged, both shafts being broken and the bed splintered to some extent. No ono was injured as a re sult of tho runaway. Brought Out As A Candidate For Senator Columbus, O., Nov. 26 Tho namo of Congressmen William Q. Sharp, of Elyrla, was formaly broug...

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 November 1910

iBBqittB'iii muAv rrtmro -nm-tmninmVimri'tW-Vrtiiirt--- -tratr - I lUn XII.H' I l' II1 ." ....iilllli.l.l!M..lll.t PAOE FOUR THE DEPEOCKATIO BANNEB. TU8EDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1010 ll.JJlJlnglUllglllUUlJmulUllllllJmrJHJtlJJlmJl rmamrmim mo ft Br I t MOUNT VBRfNOrs. OMIO s FRANK HARPER, Editor Soral-7SToolily S MONUMENT SQUARE Subscription Unto ?1.00 per yoar. Entered nt the Ml. Vernon, 0., post odlco as second class mail matter. SCORE Of Defendants Have Been Called In Murder Case . Lexington, 8. C, Nov. 28 Romark nble (or the largo nutnbor of defend ants ts the so-called "circus murder case," to bo tried at a apocinl term tf the Lexington County court which convened today. In all nearly a score of men, Including n number of ne groes, are to bo trlbd on tho chargo of having murdered Paul A. Williams tjarly on tho morning of Octobor 2 last. Tho alleged murdor of young Wil liams, who was a freight clork em ployed in Columbia and a man of good Teputntlon, occurred on n circus train while tho...

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 November 1910

A TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 29, 19i0 THE DEMOCRATIC BANNEK pass wyji PUN LM Is Completed For The Annu.il Corn Show To Be Held In Tills City The Coming jtlonth Two Rooms Secured For The Entry Department Association Looks For Some Fine Exhibits The Rules Which Will Govern The Coming Show The following Is the premium list and rules governing the corn show to be held In this city December 10-15: Class A Best 10 ears Yellow Corn 1st. $10.00 In gold The Now Knox National Bvank. 2nd. 57. GO in merchandise J. S. Rlngwalt Co. 3rd. ?G.OO pair wool blankets The Meyor-Llndorf Co. 4th. $5.00 In merchandise Franlc E. Kirby. 5th. Merchandise Prank L, Young, Joweler. (This sample ot corn to become the property of Mr. Young.) Cth. 1 pair $1.50 slippers Parr's Shoo Store. 7th. Food chopper Bird Bros. 8th. Corn Grader L. A. Weiss. Class B Best 10 ears White, White , Cap or Mixed Corn 1st. ?5.00 in gold First National Bank. 2nd. ?5.00 rocker McCormlck and Son, furniture. 3rd. $2.00 merdchandlso A. A. Dowds &am...

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 November 1910

Knien .ali unui'imiw 9 DID WE GIVE m K3 ? H TO WHOM D!9 l.E CO fj ? The Celebratcil Brooklyn Pacior Back From Britain. OUlnhomn City, Nov. 27. Pastor Russell of Wool; lyn Tabcinuelu ml drcascd larpe audi ences, here tvvlca today In our prin cipal Auditorium, We report out of his addresses from ho following text: "O. t'lvo thnnks unto the I-ord, for he U ifViVrvfrl irood: for his merer tjUK.iiUjMCU-.il onduroUi forover"- i'sulm evil, 1, Thanksgiving Dny appeals to all of us, niul wo nro glad that the Pilgrim Father Ioiik ye:irs ago fltnrtcd tho custom. They placed It nt tho' did of tho harvest nnd In recognition of tho snme. Tho keeping of such n day up poalR to nil civilized mankind In a con siderable degree, bccuuuo our Clrcat Creator so organized us Lhat the qual ity of reverence, of worship, lies' prom inently on the lop of our heads. Tho man or woman, rich or poor, educated or Ignorant, bund or free, who baa not this orpin of veneration developed In considerable mo inure cannot ...

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 November 1910

. ' 1 Vt ir.'N it Wis n 1V m Mr IVffi l" fl i ;i TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1910 ureal uissoiution oale of Beginning Dec. 1st, and Ending Dec. 24th S We will give Everything Goes at Ten Per Cent. Off .-. : Between and including above dates - - : On account of Dissolution of Partnership January 1st, 1911 Ou stock is new, up to the minute in style, factory made for us, and, as every citizen knows, is the Dependable kind. The Stetson, Walk-Over and Menz "Ease" shoes for men, leads the world in footwear. The famous Queen Quality shoes for women are so popular that it requires 17,000 pairs daily output 12 months of each year, to meet the enormous demand. Our rubbers are made over aluminum lasts (all others wood) thus assuring uniformity of shape and better fitting qualities. They have stood the test for years, and are sought after by those who have tried them. i THINK OF IT The very best $5.00 shoes on the market for $4.50, (sold elsewhere for $6.00) $4.00 grades for $3.60, and $3.00 values f...

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 November 1910

MMMt1C "St i" THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER TU8EDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1010 au ClX I MTZM. 'WTr - : I' hs ? iL fcBM & Fsi ,. p; UNCLAIMED MAIL Tfco following letters remain un eWsaod In thu Mt. Vornon postomco: To avoid delay In delivery havo 7ur mall addressed to street and number, P. O. box or general delivery. Allara, William Bcohtol, Andrew Bondtl. Samuel Bcndol, John Bonostccl, Jack I. Campbell. Wra. Cummons, Mrs. Hattlo Doo, Miss Emma A, Draper, Robert , - Elvers, Fred ' Ensoy, Mcriitt Espoy, Mrs. W. E. O&ult, Allen Qodfrlndo, Emlllo Mist Gosnoll, Warren Hammond. Goorgo Hanson, Carl Hubblo, Mr. Huett, O. W. Hull, Charles Jackson, Mrs. Frank Judy, Calvin Knapp, Mra. Charles Rally, Mrs. J. C. ' ' Kellcy, John F. iCohler, Henry , . Kramor, L. W. Kuepor, R. Langton. C. L. Leffler, Walter Loop, Albert Martin, J. B. Miller, J. Bryant Monroe, George Morris, It. F. McCray, Rov. .H J. (8) MoGugln, Wm. McCaulbough, Jamea Poo, B. lorter, Charles Rocks, Wllbcrt Itoao, Walter Roa Traugh, Donald...

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 December 1910

X s hvuiv ew0jmm aimer. MT. VERNON, 0., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1910 No. 96 ESTABLISHED 1836 ' r PRICE TWO CENTS V I rt CONSERVATION Governor i Montana lakes Issue With Says People Who Blazed The Way In Early Days Fully Capable Of Caring Tor- HerilaQe:Covernors In Session At Louisville Curtail Program By E minal ing Discussion 01 Income Tax And Election Of United States Senators By Direct Vote Louisville, Dec. l.-KwIng to the pressure or social engagements, the houso of governors decided to cut their meeting from five to three days, eliminating speeches and debates on tho question of the constitutional amondment, providing for an Income tax nnd the election of senators by popular vole. A committee on bylaws and consti tution wau appointed by Governor Wlllson. Tho members are Gover nors Fort, Harmon, Weeks, Marshall and Ansel. Governor Draper, of Mas sachusetts will preside over all tho cessions hcic. Governor Norrls of Montana read a papor on conservation from the) state's standpoint. H...

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 December 1910

"'"TW J -- !7"",J'WT"i"WyWT''? ?r-"Wrrj?t -fti nr-e r,.- "I ft TpfWl " rr 'T I't """H"' n""J TV lKQE TWO THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1010 T'"HW If t. f 4. 4. .. I -I ! "fr . FJIKUKIUCKTOH'N fr4 A Rot. C. N. Harford of Granville, O., proachcd nt tho Baptist church on Sunday both morning and evening. On account of tho Inclomont weather tho attendance waa small and tho voto to call Itov. W. O. Carl to this pastorate Mfoa postponed until next Sunday morning whon It Is hoped thoro will bo a larger attendance of tho mom bora. Mr. Samuel Hanna, who has hcon employed at tho Zelg foundry for some Mmo past, has resigned to take a bet tor position nt Shelby whoro ho will moro his family soon. Wo nro sorry to loso Mr. Hanna aB ho has been qulto energetic In musical circles since being here. Ho has dono somo excel lent work with tho Juvenile band and Iho boys will loso a first class Instruc tor. Miss Lllllo Bradrlck was homo from Shelby tho past week. Mr. Ed. Hahn was called to Man...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner, The
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