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Her future spouse
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November 1st for its
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see ideal weather
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rain, hail, snow, tor?
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Herbert S. Hockin Betrays Tliem
to Agents of Federal
"INFORMER" IS IDENTIFIED
Alleged Dynamiter Assists in
Building Case Against
Indianapolis. Ind.. October 35.?Her?
ber) S, H ? kit;, a defendant In the "dy?
namite ronsplrac-y" trial, who auceeed
??'1 .lohn .( McNamara. the dynamiter.
?s secretary or the Iron W'orker?*
Union, eyas identified by four witnesses
f day af having given information to
th<- (.'vfrnment against bis forty-four
fallow-d4 ;? ndants.
tgaftet l>rew, of New York, counsel
f>T th<- National Erectors* Associa?
tion, tastrllsl that Hockin had said:
"I know they've got me. but 1 don't
wart to be the only one.**
Th? wiiness said that during the
Sessions last winter of the Federal
grand jury which returned the indlct
rr.or.ts. Hockin offered to give Infor?
mation, but was turnts! away with the
rerrark. "Go to the district attorney
and make a clean breast of it. He is
the on y person with authority to
"Hockin came to me several times ,
and told me my life was In danger."
?aid air. Drew. "He told me fellows
"n the Pacific coast, naming Olaf
Treltmoe and Ed Nockele, were after
me. and that I had better look out for
a fellow named John Stevens, of Chi?
cago. He said he would warn me
later when i might expect danger.
"Another time he came to my room
at a club and in the presence of J. F.
, Foster, a detective, arranged to let us
. have the key of the Iron Workers' of
! flee so we might put In a telephone
device by which we would be aule at
all times to record what President
Frank M. Ryan and others said about
the dynamiffng. At first Hocktn said;
"fou know I've got too much brains
to get mixed up with McNamara,' but
j when I replied. 'No, you haven't any
i brains, but only a low cunning, and
we've got the goods on you,' he weak?
Mr. Drew related that a strike had
been declared by the Iron Workers'
Cnlon in 1*05 and explosions on work
of members of the Erectors' Associa?
tion began soon after that time.
Senator J. W. Kern, for the defense,
asked: "Isn't one of the members of
? the Erectors' Association a subsidiary
?of the United States Steel Cvrpora
"I believe It is." said Mr. Drew.
[ Hockin la the man who Ortle E.
MciUnlgal aaid put him In the dyna
j mitlng business, and who engineered
' many of the jobs blown up by lie
Manigal and James J. McNamara. He
. is also accused by the government of
. having "double-crossed" the union of?
Thomas F. Markey. a photographer,
testified that he saw Hockin visit the
' grand Jury room with bundles of
papers, and later saw him in the Iron
workers* offices when detectives visited
it to secure photographs of letters.
The witness said Hockin on one occa?
sion had said: ' I've got to get away
from here before any one sees me."
Charles L. Schmidt, a deputy United
States marshal, also said Hockin had
visited the Federal building with
, Guy* Caldwell. an elevator boy, lden-j
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In the Wake of the Game
By GUS MALBECT
Tat 8 rather a scurvy Joke which the National Board of Arbitration is
on tr>e magnatea ot our own Virginia league?holding a meeting
JiJt^ m !w Chicago so that the epeechmaking contingent from hereabouts Is
I . Privilege of siring certain forensic efforts which have been in a
stage of incubation for many months.
. Tna-t Westward, ho! idea was probably the result of the strenuous expe?
rience which the sages of the game had with th? runners of things haao
th iS ?,d BsssBBSSB last year. Great were the doings up in Gotham
'Sports and c>un ter-reports were gathering fast. and. as our friend
irom the coast, Cal Kwing. was wont to say while sojourning in the tea
room with his foot on the railing: "Thorn's a hot crowd \?>u've gat down in
v irginny. i never seen nothln* kike 'em, an' I been in baseball, man an' boc.
nigh onto forty year."'
Thanks, however, are now extended to the magnates of the Peaceful
Valley organization. Everything' went along gloriously during the good sea?
son MIS. An old president was ousted, with the aid <rf the National Hoard,
a new one was el<-ct<-d. and the league drifted quietly and peacefully p.long Its
even way of content and prosperity, maybe. Aside from having one town
Hunk, J>anv!!le. and chucking another into the dtseard and changing umpires
as frequently as some of us should chan ge our collars, age* losing mor;e> In many
quarters, and B-elng Newport News discharge Jack t...r.i because the players
were not paid, and having Charles T. Bland, of lY.rtsmouth. charge that Ix>u
''astro was laying down on the Job, and then seeing the Hon. Charles T. him?
self thrown out of his very own organization, and?but what's the use. the
?Saasa was a glorious one. and there will be nothing doing so far as the
National Board is concerned. So they can hold th<?r pesky old meeting In
Chicago and go hang, for all we care. It'a to be November 10, In the Congress
Horace Fogel, sanctimoniously clad, and wearing a halo, with wings sprou?
ting from his manyly shoulders, is showing his teeth. "I'll reply to your
charges." lilts the malevolent Horace. "But. gol.larn ye. ye've got to wait
until I am ready. The National Leacrue will hear my reply, and I'm working
on it now." Like many of his Ilk. Kogel expects h!s blatant ranting to have
effect. If he can prove his charges, then basehall is the rottenest snort extant.
Lynch the worst of highbinders, and hie umpires thieves pure and simple. But
Fogel Is trying to bolster up his cause, or rather lack of cause. In order to
give himself a chance to make a quick getaway before the great cave-in.
Jim Jeffries, sympathizing with Frank Chance, has offered the peerless
one a half Interest In an amusement park which the ex-heavyweight champion
ia about, to spring on the coast. It is aald that Chance looks with favor sa
the proposition, and that baseball may know him no more. But Chance has
made so many statements in the past few days, ranging from railing Charles
Webb all manner of unprintable names to saying that he would as willing to
work for nothing In order to heap coals of fire upon the head of his boss,
that one is up in the air regarding his future.
John Ganze), manager of the Rochester club in the ISTSrsSttenSl league,
la in danger of losing the sight of cne of his eyes. He has been ordered to a
hospital, where oculists will start work on the optic in the hope of saving it
The big noise to-day la football. Two games hej-e will give the local talent
a chance to enjoy Its? If. Of all the elevena In the ?t?te. Virginia and th<*
Medical College of Virginia alone will be idle. V. P. T plays Carolina, which
should prove some game. V. M. I. will be amused, as will Washington and Lee.
On Northern gridirons the Titans will be at work trying to carve names for
themselves In the football hall of fame. Altogether it will be a large day
for the pigskin chasers.
Manager Crump, of the Bluea. wrote to the university for a game, but his
request was politely but firmly denied Virginia coaches from now out will
be engaged in mending broken fences in the hope of working out a fairly
aggressive team for the gamea with Vanderbilt and Georgetown.. Somehow,
the Carolina game "Thanksgiving Day has been overlooked in the shuffle, but
on present form the Tarheels have more than a look-In against the Orange
and Blue. _ _
I titled Hockin as having visited Drew's
j When attorneys objected to a re
| quest that Hockin stand up. Judge A.
?B. Anderson said: "Stand up. Hockin.
It's absurd to ask a Jury to try a case
without knowing whether the defend?
ant Is present" Hockin then stood
j O. T. Washburn. of ChleaeD. testl
J fled about installing the telephone de
I viee in the Iron workers" headquarters.
He said It was done before daylight
last I>ecember. himself and the detec?
tive walking through the office build
Ins: barefooted so as not to make a
noise. He said the door was unlocked
by Detective Footer.
PUBLIC SPEAKING DATES
The following appointments are
from State Democratic headquarters:
Rates A- Ayem.
Cleveland. October 2? (barbesue>.
PearUburg. October ?.
Henry C tiesara.
Richmond. City Auditorium, October SL
Mount Crawford. October 7:*^' **?
Paso County. October 28, 2f ana a*.
White Foat. October mt, ! ?? M
Millwood. October ?VI?. B
Morgana Milt. November UP. ??
BerryviHe. November 3. 3:3? P. St
Pierce"s Schooihooae. November 3, * r.m.
H. D. rteod.
Warm Springs. October t?.
Hot Springs. October 3? (nlgst?.
Wllllamavilie. October 30
Mi.lboro. October 30 (night).
Buena Vlate, October XL
Rockbridge County. Novenaeer 1 sad h
Lexington. November 4,
J. G?rden Bohsasas
Powhetaa, October Jt
R L. Gerden, sr.
Palmyra. October 38.
R E. Brrd.
Dillwrn. October **?
Arvonla, October 2* (nlght>.
Pulaakl. October JS (night).
Ninth District, October ? aad ,
C. T. a
Accomac. October 2*.
Eastvllle. October 2?.
Pearlaburg. October 3?.
Oscar W. BSdaa ?
Maniaar-a. October wajggssasj,
Holland. October St.
Courtland. October 31 (barbeeae).
Fairmont Park. October U (eight!
K. W. BseasaV
Dlllwyn. October 2*.
Arvonla. October 36 (night).
Ceatsnary. November I
T. J. OewssSffj.
Marion. October H (sight).
Abingdon, October 2L
Damascus, October 2J (night).
Des P. naleey.
Ninth District, October J?. ?% je, 3a.
C. C. Berkeley.
Gloucester. November 4
Westmoreland. October as,
Richmond County. November 4
C C. fsites
Hersdos. November L
Msnsam October jj^?gwjpj
Elba. October 3? '(sight).
Mt. Ahr. October 30 (2J? P. M).
Java, October 3? (night).
Kentuck. October C (I V Ml.
Bachelor's Hail. November 1 (> P. M->.
Pocahontse. October 2S (night?.
Tasewell. October 3? (afteraeea)
JonaavUle, October 3S.
Gets City, October z?.
Palmyra. October 33.
Weetsaeretaad. October M.
B. T. sr. DSa
Cleveland. October B (harbeese).
Richmond. City Aodlterii.m. October eh
Cleve la ad, Rusetii Couaiy. October St
Coortlasd. October k.
Boyklna. November 1
Wafeeseid. Oct-Xxr 5 3 P. M.
Swiss ley (Pleree'a Slave). Octeber 3a. 7 s>
M?rses? Mr*. Octeber J?, 13? P. M
Bepee. Octeber 3?. 7:3? P. M.
White Post. Octeber 3?. 3 P. M
K easy a Store. October **. ; 3? P M.
Sandy Level. October .1 ; a P M.
^Ji?:.nabs?-'? Scbeol bouse. October ?. 2 3?
Boene'a BUI. Octeber 9, 7:3? p M.
Dsswell. Octeber 3?. 1:39 p. -g_
Dillon'? Mill, Octeb-r 3?. 7 3? P. M
JL T. Hi iiiisI. A.
BTba, Ombei X? tetstiM /*?
Mt. A try. Octeber. 3? i]Sf M.?.
Java, Octeber S> falrtit)
Restwek. Oetatjer II ?3 P. tf?).
bachelor's Ms!!, jrevesttw I (3 P. M.k
Clevelaad. Oeteaas- ? (twr'-ecse).
Bast Btg ahewe Oes. Octotwr 9.
Apssmrhts. October B istejat).
worJr. river Improvement and care of publlo
The inspection tour wan ?*re?rl upon In
order that the head, of all departments
might become familiar with what their
brother official* are doing. ?o that there
mght be more concert of effort.
Dental Clans. Medical College of Vir-;
ginln. Elects Officers.
J The denta! student body of the Med- ,
I leal College of Virginia last night had
a spirited election for class officers. '
which resulted as follows:
W. E. Miller, of Norfolk, president;!
A. O. James, of Petersburg, vlce-presl- j
dent; Harry Bear, of Richmond, secre-I
tary and treasurer.
W. L L Smoot. president of the'
junior class of last year, presided over ]
I the meeting.
I Mr. Miller, who was elected presi- j
dent. Is also manager of the strong
football squad of the Medical College
Held for Vraad Jury.
< Reils Brigg?, colored, wa* he!d for grand
Jury action yesterday morning |n Polles
Court on s charge of stabbing- Este He Hut
tie The assault is *ald to have occurred on
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[ Cole's Original Hot
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The cleanest, the easiest to ear* for. Users
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?way astfnthn, and the eteaalhMss of Cole's
?ot Mast. This heater has s guaranteed
?moke-proof feed doer through which a cur?
rent of atr draws the smoke directly a crass
tbo top of the stove te the stove pipe.?away
from the opening Contract this Siena*,
denary fand with the side door la ao ordinary
a*waa*iT. SMC doorv oaed oa otber slo'sps p**r
?it the escape of duty smoke. ssaliSlant
fasts aad *ere?aal*IH sset drops fraca it.
If yen orer-nfl ? aide door *tr.?e. coal fsOs
te the Soar. The air tight festere rmlwidlad
la Caw's Hot Blast Heater Is aa assilastlsa
nd??nlage ta Ira faswr. allow n* te shew yea
Ods perfect heater kefor* yea hay. (sVO)
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?USKt SKmlfiKH tTORa
SU MICH Ost V f--.wfTT-siK.
Broad Rni Wahr
the hfeheet par.
of LltWa, the lof-est af
f "The People's Choice Made
Effective by the People's Money
In these words the Democratic standard bearer, with characteristic incisiveness, hat
strack the keynote of the movement which is supporting him and which is going to elect him.
For a quarter of a century the money of the Interests has been paying the political
bills of the nation. And the Interests have been receiving in return the legislative favors
of those elected to office by its money.
As far as Wilson and Marshall, their ticket and the Democratic National Committee
are concerned, these things are at an end.
FA National House Cleaning
Wilson'? program calls for a National House Cleaning.
I He has said to the people?"Break into your own house
and live there. Aud 1 want you to examine very critically
the character of the tenants who have been occupying iL
It is a very big house and very few people have been living
in it: and the rent has been demanded of you and not of
them. You have paid the money which enabled them to
live in your own house and dominate your own premises.'*
Election Day is going to be Moving Day for the old
The people are going to move into their own house on
November 5th. But first they have got to house clean.
Not with mops and pans, scrubbing brushes and pumice
stones. But with their dollars, clean, hard-earned dollars
which will drive out the tainted ones and pay the moving
expenses which the old arrogant avaricious tenants have
paid with bribes in years gone by.
\ Answer to the Rallying Cry
The strong-hearted progressive voters of the country, the
Independent Democrats, Republicans, Progressives and
Socialists, are helping with their money the cause of right?
eousness and popular government.
They will pay the bills of the Democratic Campaign.
Tbsy wSI help to spread the gospel of Wilson and Marshall,
their platform and ticket, among millions of free men, of
voters who must know the right and the wrong in this Cam?
paign. Tbsy will back up the refusal of Wilson and Mar?
shall to accept corporation money. They will stand by
Wilson and Marshall in their determination to win by the
people's money or not at all.
Will yon give sne dollar to elect Wood row Wilson
President of the United Sutes? Will you give $2. I&, $10
i> The People's Cause Needs a
E Million Dollars
? That's a lot of money?bat it will be easy to set ft if
every man wbo believes in Wilson and Marshall does his
part. There is no reason why the People's Cause should
not have as big a campaign fund as the Cause of the Few.
The Democratic National Committee doesn't want a
single man to think for a minute that bis dollar isn't seeded.
It is needed. Will yon give today?
A few days more and the fight will be over. Mosey will
be useless to us then. We must use It just as soon as yon
con send it to us.
We want popular subscriptions of from f 1.00 to 120.00
S3 defray the expenses of patting Wilson and Marshall,
thaw pfatiemi and ticket, clearly and comprehensively
befnrs she voters of this country both by the print-4 and
spokes word. Every east trill be spent legitimately, spar?
? We wont the dollar of the man who Cain only afford one
How muh can you givef Will you send it today ?
Will You Be a Missionary lor ,
Wilson and Marshall?
We need thousands of men and women who will appoint
themselves to head lists and get subscriptions for this clean
Everywhere in offices and factories, on farms and rail?
roads, there is a glorious opportunity to do effective work in
the service of your cause.
Put your name and the amount you give at the head of a
list and get your fellow-workers and friends to sign under yon.
Pin the money to the list and send it to C. R. Crane, Vic*
Chairman Finance Committee. Democratic National Com?
mittee, 900 Michigan Ave, Chicago, III.
Strike out today for the Wilson Cause which will win all
the more overwhelmingly with your support.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount
you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail
today to the address given on the Coupon.
tributlons to C. K- Crane, Vies
Committss. Democratic National -ummrttos.?00 Mich?
igan A venae, Chicago. Hi
Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name
as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe
Wood row Wilson should be elected President of the United
Sutes. In this way yon will be listed as a Wilson con?
tributor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed,
well worth framing, will be aeat to you. Your letter will
help the fight by encouraging your friends.
Do everything yon con to hold ap Wilson's hands in his
clean campaign tor the people who do the work sad fighting
sf the country.
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
Ta C a CRANE, Visa Cl.lv?? Fiaence CasansS i.
The PewenmHc HaSsasI Casual.SCO MliHraa 1*1 mm.
Aa a bsasver la the progressiva Ideals of semnaisal tapes.
seaSad ss the cenddscr of Wood row Wilson for President of the
Ualssd States, sad to the ead that he may take the esnce free
aaaaaaX untrem reeled, sad obi lasted to none hat the people of too
eonauy. I wish to esatrlbata thronsh yea the sam of S.
toward the ispiasisafOav. WQsaa's eampalcn.
Name. ?,???????,, ???????,,
Address.? ? is.as
Rn sTs Da a a ts *>es as* s evn a - StSftfJ s
( Advert! semen. L)
News of South Richmond
South Richmond Bantu,
I The Times-Dispatch,
j 10? Hull Street.
Phone Madison 175- j
Plana for organised opposition to Chester1
as the. future county aeat of Chesterfield |
County were perfected last night at a meet- i
lng held In Mil jr*l Hall, Swansboro. The;
primary object of the meeting was tn civ* j
the citizens of the county sn opportunity to.
express themselves on the - proposition to
me ve the courthouse from Chesterfield
Courthouse to Chester. It turned out, how- :
ever, to be a red-hot opposition meeting. I
one lone defender battled heroically ru?
Chester, but he was beaten down, out-talk?
ed and silenced by the overwhelming ma-1
Supervisor W. A. Horner presided at thai
meeting. The first hot ahoi was fired by [
James A. Uellwood. who accused the people:
o' Chester of having selfish motives, and
with having mbsjsjbI to read certain por-1
tiwia ot the minutes at their meeting ueid
Thursday right. He was tol.owed by J. 1? I
Moody, Chtster's abla advocate, who veh- J
met t.y d-r,led the allegation. "We have '
done nothing behind a certain." said Mr. 1
Mooay, "and are sre willing to stand by the j
decision of the majority of the voters of the
county in this matter."
Man after man toon the Boor te put him- ,
sell on record as opposed to Chester. If not i
to moving the courthouse. Among tbtm;
were W. P. Daviea, K T. Jones. Dr. Rag
land. Dr. Wilson. T. A. Wood On, H. A.
We.in. J. J. Li,bus. T. A. Carroll. J. A. Nor
vell. C. E. Cay. A B. Momsaetta. A. J
Gill, and Messrs. Bensley. Wa.*er. Foster
aad Nunn*J.y. Mr. Moody went on the rac
eras as fa vorlag tun move.
On motion of Mr. Jeaes the organization
was made permanent. W. A Horner was
elected chairman; Dr. D. G Wilson, vtea
chaurman; Dr. Rag.and. secretary; H. V.
Gnode. treasurer. Aa exeeetive committee
snd menii-ersr.ip committee were appointed.
The ciub will attempt to pat the mailer
I squareiy before the people, who. It Is,
charged, are being asleied late signing the 1
petition asking fur a special election. I
as rased far IHsarder.
James Pryor. colored, who is being held to
gnawer to the cSarge et faieaieuaiy wound
lag Charles Whit*, colored, was yesterday '
la Police Court. Part II.. fined lie and coats
fer cresting disorder Is aa uptown peei- !
room. The offense was the outcome sjj the
hnewi which led te Whit* being shot.
The condition ot the Weanded s.gra la set
I a* grave as was St first reared. It as aa
A meeting of the Kooeevelt-J?hn?os Clsb
of Richmond was held last night in its
quarters In the Bryan Building There were
several short Informal talks, those ; .>?? a:
expressing <oafldenoe la the eaicome of the
I Also, the Bill Mooses* had some fun with
. the Democratic rally at the Cite Aodltav
| rum W< sight, referring te the
that cssss tweaty-fear beans ahead
I of the weather asan's sredsrtsea" t? S7
a n . <e,m<- out :o f*- rvg mr?r:n<
A eomrjr'imls?. relieved! t? be aatlafart*
I fa alt parties, was reached by a Sorw-ommtt- I
I tee yesterday afternoon tn -<-gard
! I? the building line en the snath side ef
Prssfctta street svtwewa Laarei snd shafer
The inw win be chesses' from tweaty-five
! t? raente fwa fret ha<-fe freai the property
I line It l* m that Weck the* the Won roe
TVrrar* A pert nvewt Heeses at te be ? rscted.
?rd edjotr.ires property ewsjers sei? spsssed
? t'-.? - r prnlect Bearer t? the
?;r, ?t :vin i>? riour-s now ??<ef? T*?? sab
ensrailttee met on the gi'nad yesterdap
sfl.ni'.L ar/1 artkes ahewed .tsc't where
R eras pi a seen J to place Tl- new ha:: Meg.
f?f?TTI4.>*l* ? BS'rTiv.q AfTKB _
cvrnmam wy%r% rrm *t i?n
With fear gteTtlli I IBS la thle dlstrfct fcs
err -aTine aad peseas any ethers In the hands
o' Tailed Stet.* Inte-eal Rrieriee Cel e. tee
Urvry. she d teeming hestwess at taVe aaawad
rsnwrKt St Virginia at si et i setlve the* dar
tag the sssisi r mis the whea aat a stpgla
nseat at the Richmond dawrv-t was nmerss
The las?St te risaai eseratreg la the Steery
Or?e% Dhrtlilery. ?X RrerVajjeaaty r?v- ral
other seeats. eteaerd Saarn either fee rneasfSfi
er hai sass of r>i fistl Mirtsnsi s, anil re
pected that he will be able to appear against
Pryor 0n November 4. The preliminary
hearing- was yesterday set for that date.
Pryor. who surrendered after being a fugl
j tlvc for anentire day. claims self-defense in
extenuation of the offense.
Joker. Fined far Conduct.
Walter Hastinas. Eugene aflcklee and Wil?
bur RuSd. white youths, were yesterday
fined j:.60 each for disorderly conduct on
the streets. The young men wer? in a crowd
which was raising a disturbance on the
street 'corners. Captain Wright bore In
sight and the crowd scattered. Finding that
they had distanced their pursuer they indis?
creetly gave him the merry ha-ha. Incensed
at this treatment Captain Wright, with the
aid of Officer Baughan. went on a still hunt
and located the trio while they were atlM
iaughlntr at the Joke. Justice Maurice had
(be last laugh, which was the loudest.
Trespass Causa la Ceattlnne*..
The absence of witnesses (or the com- 1
plalnant prevented the reopening yester?
day of the trespass can* against Rev.
! George W. McDanie!. D. D-. Rev. F. H.
Jor.ee, W. M. Foster aad W. H. Fijfnn.
which waa to have been heard before
'Squire 8. O. Cowan In the Swansboro Court.
: The case waa set for nest Friday, aad Sir.
i Vletor. the complainant, requested that hut
[ witnesses be notified In time. Nona sf Use
I accused was In court, all having been recog
' nlsed for their appearance next week.
Qualifies ss stxeeseee.
: Orsysen X? Fairbanks yeaterday qualified
before Judge Ernest H. Wells In Hustings
i Court. Fart It., as executor on the estate
of Sirs. Bettle B. Mathewj.
! No cases will be heard this morning. The
' suit of D. R. Griffith against the Robert
Portner Brewing Company, which was set
. (or trial thla morning, was yesterday oen
, tlcced indefinitely.
Pets as a I Mealies
! Sirs. Berti? Fuqua and daughter, Vivian.
?' who have been the gneata of Sirs. D. I*
Toney. have returned to tbelr home IS
Greensboro. N. C.
T H. Smith, formerly postmaster of Mas
; cheater, returned to the Sonjhatde yesterday
> after an absence of five months. Mr. Smith
la now traveling, and baa been located re?
cently at New Orleans
John Pierce will leave next week for Tex?
as, where he expects to remain for sssae
I "Fake?" II
I said the Editor 11
? "She's a Ghetto woman, hey? I I
B Make her a society woman, a II
B settlement worker. Hint that the I I
B man is a Yale graduate.** I I
B This is the creed of a master- I I
B faker of the American newspaper 1 I
B business, whose secrets are now I I
H told by a newspaper writer after 1 I
B twelve yean' service under him. 1 I
B It is a matter of pretty vital in- I I
B terest to every newspaper reader I I
B in this country. You'll find the I f
B article, "Faking as a Fine Art" in II
I American li
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