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Subject: New Article for United States - Ohio
Date: Mon, 08 May 2006 17:30:45 -0500
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Article Title: Albuquerque Morning Journal
Article Date: July 10 1910
Article Description: Newark Quiet After Wild Night
With the town quieted from yesterday'w frenzy that ended in the lynching of Carl Etherington "dry detective" the city authorites tonight are making preparations for the aftermath.
Mayor Herbet A Atherton tonight announced that if the Anti Saloon league sent another raiding party here,he would declare for marital law and call upon Governor Harmon for troops.
"If Harmon attempts to remove me,I will fight him to the last ditch" declared the Mayor. Judge C M Seward of common pleas court stated that he might call a special grand jury to investigate the lynching.
The mayor tonight ordered the two soft drink places closed until after order is restored. It is declared that three negroes led the lynching party. The three colored men have left town it is said. Others implicated left when it became known that Govenor Harmon is returning to Ohio to investigate. It developed today that last night's mob was after two prisoners instead of one. Frank Ame an Italian charged with assaulting an iron moulder was the other intended victim.
While the mob was searching the jail for him, he hid under his cell. The lynchers left the second rope intended for him lynching on the floor of his cell.The body of young Etherington will be sent to his home in Kentucky tomorrow.
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