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FLOOD URGES BIG
VOTE FOR WILSON
Explains His Support et Under?
wood and Ryan Incident
at Convention. j
[Special to The Times-Mspatch.] !
Circuit Court - lesaioh herd this
foi the past two years. Mi. Flood t.
flood Faul i
til ".i.lMH.IMI H VIII I'ltOflATIiU.
Uebre? Horn' for nnd Iptirni
Richmond bequeathed *i.6(H).
M" - . ??.
Ag< d and
? l C. M.
fort-on-tlie-Main, 11... tame ihiburii
to Mr? Blanche Igstiidt? i.
Alexander Uar.naway, a colored scr
i ..v widow tVoujld make other
l to he u
?'? after the j aynli n't of x\ hier
the reijtdno of the ostato Rjes to th.
GEN. W. W. GOR DOM DEAD
F.v.i onfeUeetnte und lirlua.i,- ( .,,?.
1.'d. r . in .?|>nn1*li- tmerlean War
?" ?,nnh,hj ' ? s. pt< rhl ei j i._i5..V,.
hrlBadler.Beneral of the Second nn
Berry's for Clothes"
! . Ill K \\
If this Is the wind-upof your
summer ifI ps, perhaps you're
ready to see what we've pre?
pared for,your fail wear.
Suits in exact New York
styles; the oddest color effects
ever. Overcoats, knee length,
rough, shnggy end beautiful.
For the unostentatious, of
course the conventional cos?
tumes, conservatively correct.
Norfolk or piain Sack Suits,
$15 to $AO.
N< \v soft hats, $2.00 up.
New f.-ill shoes, $3.SO to
?w fall things for the school
ollege boy ordered mi now;
hose who are going away,
e study your needs, taster
MALFEASANCE IN OFFICE
igp, ill. Septrh.ber 11.?Chats*?
. teasance In oiflce. extortion and
icy wen tiled here to-day in the
iht} Court against Justice Frank
?-en. of West Hammond, and Justice
ttenburg, of! Btirhharn, a nearby vll
i ? . f Miss Virginia Brooks In West
Vn additional '?harp--' of embezzle
alii geirl llilre to turn over to the
Igt Jin K Owens to-morrow,
doriphtne in large 'juaiitltles was 1
,t:d in tiio body of John Mes'iinakor, j
he.i linker, of West Hammond1, was
it to-day. .M:s. Parker had stated
at she had gctih the contents of a
: t'.o In Messmakcr's drink,
letter a conn lalnt was filed against
dlcetrtah Michael Helle, of West Ham
and, charging him with attempting to
In a statement tornight Miss Virginia
looks charged tl. ? resort-keepers of
;? f y to make it appear that Mrs
arker war. Implicated in ti... death ?t
malt.r and Ksther Harrison.
I'ltloskl Vote* f,,r l??,?|>.
f f-'m '. 11 t<i T ? Tl neii-1 tl?nSteh 1
RUSHED TO ATLANTA
Si ; mbflr
1 Of t
r ? a promlin ut pi.mt??: near
lis narrowly averted !:..- after
Thi ? ?? a. b.: i lanlcls,
r'ani.ls and lid ColKns?cop
to-day ilint they wero Impll
a tip- attack on the young gii-1.
m as the news became public a
vas formed t.. hang th.-m to
ft, tel, phoht pole oh which Itoh
attaek. was ban nil yesterday.
? it Heed : - deputies, learn- :
thl ii being formed, rush.-d
in - roi - : roru ' be juil to an
nil ti k: t hem to Atlanta
Plat ? .1 in (all The mob then
si d w.l ei Ii learned that Us
? . tims wore, no longer wlth
i ? of :? negro fags insurrection
ovet the city this afternoon, and
Ii lil.'.s thought for some time that
uld again be necessary to ask
noi Brown for state troops to
it bloodshed. The city I? belli?
Uy guarded to-night.
tlnirle- (.. Mnpiil. |n Charge.
Low Price?BUT?High-Grade QuahM
A combination that can't bo beat?and found Only in
^ ? --.- <;
(Continued From First l'nsr.)
can Federals may not be entrained nt
1:1 Paso lifter all. Officials hero are
reluctant to give the rebels the ad?
vantage of Knowing In advance where
the i'. d.' als \. ill .nter the United
States, the titni of their cntrainthciit
or at vital point they are likely to re
rusH into Mexico it had been planned
to taki tu-in froth Kl Paso to Douglas.
but there is an intimation that tills
;?!.?!! may be carried out.
The ? oi rifles and ammunition
the I'nit cd Stitus Is attempting to
(ilUce In the hands ot American colon?
ists in Northern Mexico for their own
protection was reported to-day detain?
ed at Wurrcni north of Nuco.
Iti bei i tiding1 alone; the border is
expi let] bo ended by the Mexican
Fedcrnls who are to be permitted to
cross Texas and New Mexico at attack
the insurgents along the frontiers of
Chihuahua ami Bottom.
Chicago, September 11.?The white
wlf< of jack .)ohn-on. the world's
? implon ivy wi :ght pugllst, at
tomptcd to commit suicide to-night
shooting herself in the head in their
apartments. At a hospital to which
she was taken it was said she might
? lb- The buib t passed through her
Sn-- had been in ;n health for a year
and was despondent. Her condition
\sas such for v Vfr.il months that John
Son, acting on the advice of hi r phy
sl Ian, employed two maids to watch
Johnson. In the hop. that a change
6t ...mate would benefit hit-, had
planned to leave to-niglit with r.is \t ?
for Las Vegas. N. M He went down
town to purchase the tickets .fid
when lit r.turr.ed ho icun.l her on the
:1 mii v [th a bullet wound in her lieu 1.
Mrs. Johnson was removed to a hos
wi ;e an examination reyi .. t
iiiat the bullet had passed throughjher
i.end. According to the two maids
who were In the room when eh.- sh
hei'EOlf, the Was seized with d< spi :.
dency shortly after her husba.id i tt
t? prcouro the railroad tickets. While
the maids' attention was diverted, she
- said to huve opened a draw. r in i
i iblrtet and * vised a revolver. She
pointed it at r.i r head, but before : no
could pull the trigger tho mal la
seized her. ?be fousm desper'atojy id
ke-.p the pistol and hi t.-.e struggle
pointed It .it her head nhU pulled iiiu
irlggor. She fell uncons ioua tue
maids sent for Jolmsuii'a mother and
sister, who lice several bi-JCka avva...
Befors they arrived Jolir.Jui ldturned
and hurried hot to a hospital, Ha
:.t the night at her beds dc.
She was, Miss Kita Ferry, of Brook?
lyn, before her marriage to Johnson
in l'ltlsburg. three years ago. She Is
thlr'ti -one years old.
NO AGREEMENT REACHED
i oaforence Uetwevu Railroads uud lliu
ploj >?? \\ Ithoul Result.
Washington, D. September 11.?
No agree nicht v. . . reached oc-twoer. the
.southeastern railroads and their Con?
ducton und trainmen on th,. question
oi an Increase ui wages, at an ad
itrnl'd conference td-uay. It is un
dersto ? men ha v.- voted to strike
unless their demands wore acceded to.
At tO-day'a conference tho men stood
firm. Another meeting will be held
About 150 trainmen and conductors,
representing every division of the rail?
road involved, met here earlier in
ttie day. and, it ii understood, instruct
? ?'. their conference representatives not
to make any concessions.
: ? .1 that nothing but wages was
lid. it wa - denli d Cat the hiat
t? r of arbitrating1 Hie differences was
Hit miin in ihm EREKA1 E
VET ER ANS vi UOWl.INli GREEN
| Sp< ;la to I tili Times-Dispatch. 1
r. v ;:.s' Ctrjien Vi. September il. ?A r?.
union 61 the Confederate ioldlert ot this
Ulty wa? held h?re to-day. Dinner v/ai
served .,? u.' T.u\*n IlJtel to nearly 1? vet
train and in Hie afternoon Aitoruey-Oen
.:. \'. . : , :addressed the veterans. Ue
aldea ihrt ?iiorer.s. there was a conslder
humtict of person? present who brought
their dinner* and enjoyed the day in con?
versation with c .1 friends. Home of the vct
eraha who sere seated at tho sauio ?b,? at
i.ii.at: had a"t son tach other siue? the
Forecast! Virginia?Cloudy uud
cooler Thursday; Fridas unsettled.
'?.Orth i iirollnu?Local ruins 'lliiirs
?la> uud Friday.
Spoclnl Local Data for Vealorday,
l j ntion i i.-mperature . 80
: ? .
ai xI inuin tomperat'ur.e up to ?
Minimum temperature up to 8
Dttf'i.'loncy n temperature since
?. . ::, defli lencj.' in temperature
DellcionCS in rainfall since ..arch
Accum deficiency In rainlall since
January 1 .3.90
l ocal Observation s I'. U, Vesierdny.
Temperature . 83
Humidity . 60
a : , ion .St. W.
Wind ?V.loeltV . I
I OMIITIONS I *? IMPORTANT CITIF.S.
Ml,, vi,le . . .
i 'lea r
MIM \ I I III. VLSI \N \t .
September 13, 1912.
111 ? ? 11 T1DI5:
:..'? B0 -Morning-6:17
h.6:23 llv ctilng . .. .6:02
There is no remedy so good and bo sure
us the old and tried
DuH?s Pure Malt Whiskey
11 tones the j stem and keeps .til the
organs healthy and active.
Sold in SEALED BOTTLES ONLY
by druggists, grocers and dealers, $1.00
.1 large bottle.
The Duffy Malt Whiskey t:o..
Rochester, N. \ .
PECK FRACTURES SKULL
Holder <?? VmerJeaii Llurallon Flight
lteci.nl in I ntal Accident.
Chicago, September 11.?Aviator Paul
Pick, of Washington, D. C, holder bi
the American duration flight record,
was fatally Injured in a fall With a
I I plum to-nlgnt while Hying in a
gusty wind. t,._- attempted toy steep .1
spiral, 11 ud when liu struck the ground
hcavj engine came through the
wreckage, stinting nun in tho neck,
I'hls fractured his skull, and h. w. -
Intel nally Injured,
A g isty wind blew at Cicero Field
all day, and Director Andrew Drew
posted t ;?? customury winning t,i avia?
tors against going up. I'ecK, believ?
ing his small biplane would be fast
? hough to carry him through the
, .oppy wind, went Into the air in
spite Of tho caution.
At about ?00 feet altitude ho start
id to eonio down in tl spiral gl'de. He
? au.-- ,,f the unusually small span
his machine Peck got into too steep
.1 spiral, ins aeroplane slid In toward
the centie >'f the vortex and lie cotild
not bring it bud;.
Iiis real difficulty d'd not become
apparent til; ho was within 200 fefet
of the ground. He Wohld have es
? iped with minor injuries. Director
Drew and his technical committee de?
clared, had it hot been i"r thi fSci
that tl:, heavy . ng'ne. crashing
thiough the framework with us gaso?
lene tank Snu iron rlttlng, struck ifcck
in th, neck and across tho legs. He
was I lk- n to St. Atlthonv Padua
!?? k is an American licensed
: f 1 He developed a mon p|au<
and ihb biplane In which he was
?i. The biplane was of onl>
pped with a gyr,. motor. was
t w-i.t; -six feet span. headless am!
? r years old and was mak
1' trial (light preparatory for thi
il rnational aviation moot here i".
CLEANS UP ITS DOCKET
SlillCNrj ('ommlaalon in ? mil Fields
Does Noi Auuounce Sentences,
Charleston, w. Va? September 11,? ?
Tiie military commission in the
Kanawlin coal deli's, which has been
itl tig as 11 court, to-night cleaned up 1
u? docket; Several sentences Wen not
:? . 1 : tile QoVerhor lor approval
\ : ttcer Felix I. I-ung. of Com?
pany ? . F'rst Infantry, who slmt and
1 lied Samuel Altman a miner. at
Sharon, was tried by cunt-martial
lo-da; ami acquitted, .lohn SenohrlstV
a sentry, was given two years ip the '
penitentiary for striking Major James j
1. pi nt Minor sentences were im?
posed upon several miners and mine
ft lards : ir ? fusing to give Informa
.. ibout shipping of arm* Into mar- j
t:,.: ;.,w zones.
"Mother" johes, so-called agitator
Of strikes, I'll Charleston to-day for
Parkersburg. Clarksburg and Fair
mourn, to speak against the guard j
WILL HELP !
YOU GAIN I
Dictionary Offer Deserves Instant Ac- I
ceptance t?Ignorance is Handi?
cap Time to Help Yourself.
Seventy-five per. cent of tlte business
men in thi.- 1 o?ntry declare that the chief;
educational need of tlicir employes is aj
letter knowledge of English, including
spelling, grammar ami punctuation and
tlie use of words in general,
Stenographers crowd to answer ah
advertisement announcing a position pav- j
1 inj; S I a w eek because they .ire not quali?
fied to demand higher wages. Thousands
1 ! hi ; . and typewriters trained
I in the .n t 61 making "pot-hooks" and
: tapping the typed keys arc eking out an
exii-tcm c 011 meagre wages.
These statements have ,1 direct bearing
upon the proposition that The Times-;
Dispatch is offering you, the New Well- :
Islcrinn 1912 Dictionary, Illustrated, and!
give reason for the popularity of the dis-1
(let out of the S I class,
j Or, if you an- not so poorly paid as
that, at least become busy ami take ad?
vantage of the opportunity which is
bringing hundreds in the Dictionary De?
partment every day.
>;x coupons flipped from consecutive
issues ni The Times-Dispatch and the
small expense bonus! specified in the dis
I play advertisement on another page of
: thi^ issue do the trick, and permit you 10
I turn the tables lipon wli.it you have re?
garded as misfortune when it was only
your own ignorance weighing upon you
land the limitations' of your vocabulary
binding you dou n.
Good authority as to the need of edu?
cation 1- Director Edward Ryiicarson, of
I the fitlsburg High School. When reor?
ganizing the commercial department of
In..!, cliools .nid inatigtiarling the night
sein I svstehi, lie wrote to most of the
i representative business men of Pittsburg,
asking them to < '. operate by suggestions
.1- to what subjects "I instruction should
be given the greatest attention, 'I his is
1 w hat lie reports:
"Of those replying, 75 per rent con
1 stdi r English (including spelling) essen
? ti.d. SS p<-r tent bookkeeping, 5o per tent
! penmanship. 2S per cent shorthand,"
etc., showing that the lamentable lack
; of English was considered to be deserving
i of first attention.
Asked wh.ii defects they noticed most
! frequently among 1'neir employees, the
great majority replied that they desired
? Hi tu i training in spelling, grammar and
What is the answer?
I Tin New Websterian 1?12 Dictionary,
i Illustrated, does it.
rhis Dictionary i* NOT published by
the original publishers of Webster's Dic?
tionary or by their successors.
It In - bun revised .md brought up lo
;i!ii present date in accordance with the
best authorities from the greatest uni?
versities, .unl i- published ?>>? the well
j known Syndicate Publishing Co., of New
I York City.
OUllUt?LU !U UIL
(Continued From First Page.)
Into inacil.vur> mind not pr< pared
to anticipate it. Yet, without the least
surprise or hesitation, your associates
instantly began with you thlu doadly
work-; began it with a promptness and j
pursued it with a persistency and et- i
foctlviiess which to every calm, un?
biased mind carries the unalterable
conviction of anticipation and cb-oper
all hi. Numerous other facts clearly I
proven confirm this conviction, but the!
Clements of instantaneous and fatally I
effective co-operation, stauding aloito |
and of themselves, eliminate all reason?
able doubt d d common understanding
Of ii mutual and felonious purpose.
I acts 1'iilt t 11 crlj .
"The facts relied upon for the ex?
cuse or mitigation of your conduct
have failed utterly of their proof. You
have contended that the clerk of that
court, While you were In Its custody,
endeavored to open lire on you. You
failed to show any motive for such
conduct <v'i his part or to give any ex?
planation why he should have done an
act so utterly Uliexplainable and so
:.ssatlly fatal to himself; There is
scarcely a scintilla of evidence to con.
firm tills Statement made by each of
you. Yet every rule oi law, which
would have been applicable if your
statement had been fully corroborated,
was invoked arid allowed for your ben.
? lit. Cpoh . very doubtful question of
law you liav. each of you been favored,
yet the result is your conviction,
"II Is by no choice. >,<> Will, no act
of the jury or t lie court that thin Judg?
ment is entered ngiithst you. Tho con?
sequence of such 1 ondttct was by the
law written lorn; before that day of
fa tat action. thai consequence was
certain and Inevitable to you unless
a jury should have failed to ascertain
th" facts as they actually occurred
"As your conduct was of your choice
so in,, consequence is of your own
ere/itlpn, and It is In reality your own
band which writes the judgment of
??1 am not saying these things to re?
proach or distress you, This hour Is
too solemn for you and for the, to per?
mit any impult..- of feeling to be en?
tertained towards yo? excepl of the
deepest sympathy j want yotl each
to reallzi that no man has lj; his will
or choice selected your punishment;
that no man has done you wrong or
dealt with you otherwise than as the
law, to which all of us must yield un?
questioning obcdi. nie as has demanded j
Of bis conscience, that the judgment |
of this court is no man's judgment.!
but is the judgment Of the law. and
that 1 am but the mouthpiece of the
law when I speak to you these .sol- 1
"It is th- Judgment of the court
that each 01 you be remanded to the I
custody Jti the Sheriff .if Wytho Coun-J
ty, there to lie detained until the Super- ]
Intendent of the Penitentiary of this'
State shall coiim or send for1 you, when
you will be taken to that prison and
there, on the 22d day of November,
l'ii:, within the hours, in the manner
and with the means prescribed by law, I
you shall each of you to- put to death;j
and through your own sincere repent
ante and mediations of our Saviour,
may .ach of you receive mercy unto
tli' measure bf a full forgiveness."'
I'l \ M ill t \ 1)1.It A I TO.
Ml?? l.aura S'"encer Hu? .\nrro? F.n-.
enpe From Serious Injury.
[Special to The Tiinos-blsputchi] j
U'llllatnsburg, Va .- September ll.?
MISS Laura Spencer, daughter of Mr.;
and Mis. lob,, ii l Spencer, of \\'\V
liamsb?rg, had a narrow escape from
death or serious Injury near TOano
yesterday, tvh< n an automobil.- she
was driving ran upon a steep bank and;
turned completely upside down. Miss]
Spent er was pinned unde;- the car. but
escaped with only a alight scratch oil
one arm. A little son of Carter Cowles, I
owner of the machine, was In a Tourj
seat, and he. crawled out uninjured,
when some men, who rush, d to the tar
Ceorue < . turr.
Norwood. Va.. .September II.?Goorg ;
C. Agee died at his home here at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday evening in v.is eighty
third y,-ar H i had been In tailing
health for six years, and was the last
surviving member of his family, an
only brother dying In the spring. He
loaves three children, as follows: Mrs
Georgs Scruggs, of Norwood; Mrs.
Charles Robertson, of Suffolk, and Al?
bion It. Agee. of New York, together
with many grandchildren and great?
grandchildren. Ho will bo burled on
Thursday In the family burying
Miss Elisabeth Sbelton.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Lynchburg, Va., .September 11,?Miss
Elisabeth Shelton, th.- twenty-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Hhel
ton, died this morn'iig at 2 o'clock,
death coming after a long illness of
pellagra. She Is survived by the fol?
lowing brothers and sisters: Mrs.
Gladys Mclvor, ol Monroe, und Herbert,J
Robert. Howard and MonfOrd Shelton,
and Misses Mamie and Evelyn Shelton.
11 IC,-HNS ? Died, at the residence of
b.r mother. i!H Bevorly Street, AN
NIM B., the beloved daughter of j
Margaret and the late John Hlgglh*
Besides her mother, she loaves two i
sisters. Mary HlgglftS and Mrs. John
Powell, ami two brothers. Michael]
and .lohn, to mourn their loss.
Funeral from Sacrod Heart Ca?
thedral FRIDAY, lit li A. M.
Ill'WARDS.?Died, at Ills residence', \
:ioo West Duval Street. September
11. 1912. at II o'clock A. M.. MR. i
DOUGLASS EDWARDS, SR.. for s. v. |
ernl vears a family servant of Mr.
and Mrs. Adolph Dill.
Ftllteral services at Khcnezor Rap
tint Church FRIDAY, September 13,
IS 12. at 8:30 I'. M.
T V I.KB ---Died, in Baltimore, Septem?
ber 6th, HENRY LEIGH TYLER,
1 husband of the late Martha Bridges
Burml In Baltimore
ENOS,?Died, at the Memorial Hospital
I nt 7:4? P. M Wednesday, September
I 11. 1912, ROBERT ALLISON. Infant
i son of Jnnies A. and Rebecca linos,
age ton months sixteen .lavs.
Funeral will take place from resi?
dence, on tho Creighton Road, at ?
; o'clock THIS AFTERNOON. Inter
I mont in Oakwood Cemetery.
'LEVY.?Died, at the Retreat for the
Si.k Wednesday. Seilten,bei- n. 1912,
at Ii I' M.i MRS. CORDIE LEE
Funeral notice later.
DANCE.?Died, nl h's residence. $11
China Street. September 11. Ifil2. T.
J. DANCE. He leaves a devoted wife
and eleven children, one slater, and
Funeral FRIDAY from Second Bap?
tist ('lunch. Interment In River
view tlomett ry
Kuoxvillo, Washington. Lynchburg,
ME8COE, -Died, at A. M. i her son's
i residence 103 East Clny Street, MRS.
I I'unernl notice later.
You were never,
meant to remember
The National Cash
was and does.
The National Cash Register Co.,
Richmond Office. 7*9 E- Main St'
when the accident happened, or<>nedi
tho door. Mr Spcr.-cr was notified ofl
the accident, which was said to be]
very serious tind hastened to Toanol
With Dr. J. M. Henderson. Miss
Qponcer had sufficiently recovered
from the shock to return to tier homo
last night In her father's car
Intimate ' friends of I>r. H IT.
Rtephenson, who tor the past two ses?
sions represented! the legislative dis?
trict of Charles City, New Kent. york.J
Warwick, .lames City and the City ot
UTiliamsbu^g. in the General Assembly,
declared that he will under no cir?
cumstances be a candidate for an?
other term. The doctor is declining
re-election on account Of his larg"
practice in the counties of the Middle
Peninsula, which requtr.c his close at?
tention. He has been also urged t<
announce himself a > andldatc for the
State Senate, but declines t.i consider
Hi- matter for the Same r?..s >h lie
his many warm supporters who would
bo glad to see him return t.. the House
for another term. It Is said that Ti.
"V. Gregory, of New Kent, win soon
announce bin candidacy, and that
Warwick will have two and York Ohe.
Norveii i, Henley, or Williamsburg,
will announce his candidacy for the
honor as soon as Dr. Stephehson for?
mally di cllnes to run.
There was no nuornm of the ipectsl
board of dlrectorB sit the Eastern State
Hospital yesterday, the regular daj
meeting. The .-lection of a tlrsl as?
sistant physician to succeed pr. .1. E,
rirumback .resigned, was therefore
postponed, and Dr. G. A Hat,kins will
continue to perform the duties of tho
olP.ee another month.
END SERMS PAH OFF.
\., setilenient Reached Between Rail?
roads and Employe*.
Norfolk, Va., September 11.?No set?
tlement has been reached by the train
men and officials of th<? Norfolk and
w.M m. Virginian and .his Chess
peak? and f>.ilo railroad?, who have
been holding almost dally conferences
relative to a new !"??!? since . Sept >m
ber t The conference held to-day
lusted several hours Th? men anl
6fl ISli were unable to get together,
and th? end ?t't-m? far off at ever
Thl point-: at Issue, a pew wag?
schedule a::! Improved working coil
fereht phases that it is as lard for
tho trainmen to arrive at a conclusion
..s :t li :or the official-. It Is under?
stood that no deflnlt. claims viave been
presented by th? trainmen, l>ut that
an effort Is being made to formulate
, .. . , - .1.
r .- .. .
Pr. titorg- Kuthtriand .41.11 Itln Ma:.-lc
Wood: Christopher Stone ar.'l Mis.? Krancli
Jlsnntthss; Jih:i Mart:r.. and Mi?? -?
Ftr.ro. .) A'fr. d Flora and Ml?i Mat tie
Johnsen- Terry lamlton ar.i Mit? Mary
The bride l! the ilmthiT nt Mr and Mrs
Corneltua Taim til Jamison of Itoeky Mount
The Krre :t. It 1.1? trcretary of the Ruff Olli
Voting Men's Chr.s".l*.h Association, ha.in;
moved n Suffolk, whert in took chars., of
trie! ? -%I ' A about o.-.t year ago.
After the reremorv the couple left for
I.akrv,-)...!. N*. I . tisre they will iper.d
two weeks r-'io:. arriving In Suffcik They
will return to Sntfn:k aViut September :S
and nil: be at home at SOI Hank Street
Music is the! life of a children's
party?it eotertains, educates and
Plays Perfect Dance Music
Play them a waltz or two-step on the Stieff or Shaw
Piano flayer. They'll enjoy it. Rythiri and expression
are masterful.' They'll catch the joyous spirit of the
j?< omposer as though he were playing for them in person.
Play the latest songs and let them join in the chorus. Teach
them in this fascinating manner to love music. Soon they'll
learn to play?and play well. We have Players and Pianos of all
grades-?all at maker's prices.
E. G. RIKE, Manager
117 W. Broad St.
Comfortable Office Chairs Are a
The prcater part of
a business man's time
is spent in his office,
and next to his desk
and telephone the
most important things
in it are the chairs.
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5 North Seventh Street