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Box Wiwn CTiMwrj by Crew
M fb^s attest the mmmwu a* m w*?u
' ?ms woo.eefeny ee%?ei t> Broad
> ?84 Mala car at !ta
: rwtdu aleai
^Thursday nlg?t at Heaoock aad Bread
?.ftreeta. aa unddentlaed aegro laat
faJght at ?"olook attempted to
Mnaka 08 wtta Uta glass receptacle oa
Athe rear of a Broad aad Aweaty-flfth
HlorM oar at snxtaoath aad Broad
t Btreet the Ca?eaaaM aad Ohio Rell
?ewny eroaatas. AJ though ha was sne
>e easeful la removing the boa tram ?ta
>< position, aa binsrsa trightoaed whoa
< psrsued by Use oar crew, raaay of Uta
r passengers aad several pedestrian*.
Bad dropped the aas before he had
aene far. I
The conductor had left We oar at 1
the crossing to dec ?L While the plat-!
form wee vacant the negro, erne we*j
described aa young, tail and ?wllow. 1
took the hog aad Jumped from the ear.
However, he was aeon by aeveraj per?
sons ae he started to dart up the]
tracks under the viaduct aad the cry,
eyf "Stop thief!** "tnought many pur?
suers. The thief was haadicaeped in
his flight br the weight of the box
and Its contents, several hundred
i tickets aad a few dollars la change,
.and dropped lt. |
f The eonduotor made a veerse report
: ?f the attempted robbery at the Kirst
:-police Statioa but failed to leave hi*
nams or bis car's number.
Bmmm SB* Per Aaaaatt.
TTca Brown, ooiored, wa* fined to* aad
Beets yesterday morning la Bolle? Court tor
Stabbing Anale Harri?, alao colored. The as- |
sash occurred aererai daya aa*o.
Jona Trier, a teamater. was fined tit and j
avett for cruelly working a diseased horte.
C & Pee* was nned tos and oosta for be* |
tag drunk aad disorderly walla aboard
aV K. Haler was acquitted yesterday ?sten
.tag by Police Justice Crotchfield of a charge j
*.' unlawfully hevia* two rackets of street I
war transfers of the Virginia Railway and I
Tower Corr .S-r.x ta hit possession. It could !
, ad ha the we the: the transfer* were of j
^oaroa, and there belns so precedent the |
ease was dismissed. Haley was fined II* and
.Setts last Thursday for Impersonating a po- j
Mas officer. I
Promotions kt Klare. I
Os yucommeEdatioa of Captain Percy 1
dhortas-ue. Jr.. Ifajor XL W. Bowles makes
1*h* following announcement of promotion!
fa Company C Richmond Blue*: Corporal
' *y. Bl, Jensen, fo be sergeant; Private
>wllllam T. Dabney. Jr.. to be oorporaL
Basse* ad Country Cloh.
Thar* will be bold at the Country Club
.a* Virginia the u*a*l dance next Tuesday
) Slum* frea I to U o'olock. The officers
:mt the club had announced that the daaeea
' would be discontinued, btt it has "been
decided to have one election night.
annual meeting of the congregation of
-atoatal Church will'be held in the leo
!**re-room oa Monday evening at I 15 o'clock.
<*.fter the reports have boon mads the meet
tng wlli be turned Into a eoctable, and re
?fiats estate will bo eerred by the women.
bs Bj -
Ma B. Duanavant was acquitted
Oat morning la Police Court of a charge
erf shootia*- four Umeo at Arthur a Caudle
as Wednesday, eaurtn* the latter to letp
ss the etty Dock.
W?_ - ^.^_
The Richmond nolle* were yesterday ask?
ed to look for David Garner, a shoemaker
who Is a fugitive from Louisa, Ta Garner
Is sold to be well know* la Richmond, end
at believed to h*vo com* her*
anrsred Cruelty to Horses.
?Tonn Dunn was arrested yesterday by
Patrolmen Gary and Johnson on the
onsrye of cruelly working a team of
He Refmsed to Move.
- ? Rlggon was arrested yester
?_ by Patrolman MeGowan on the
charge of being drunk and refusing
to move when ordered to do so. *
g ? 7hm Stan That 8mm You Mommy:
Here is One of
the New Fall
Bay it In a high rent store and yoxiH
pay $5.00. Step around the corner
and you buy precisely the ^2 50
Superior Sample Shoes
All Leathers, Fabrics, Styles
In order to alleviate the crowded condition of our little
shop from now on, and to encourage shopping as early in the
day as possible, we v? ill give to the first ten -purchasers free
seats to opening performances at the
next door to our shop.
We also issue a lucky number, the holder of which will re?
ceive a pair of shoes absolutely tree of charge.
(Leases aeaae will be published every Tuesday ia News-Leader)
Come Early. See Our Window Display.
Colonial Sample Shoe Shop.
The Only Shoe Shop in Richmond Exclusively for Wojnen.
209 N. 6th St. Opp. Miller & Rhoads.
John Mundrll Smith, Manager.
News of South Richmond
WILL CORRECT GRADE
Prepare to Lay Part?* en Batabrldere
Street. Betweea Testa ana Eleventh.
Preparatory to laying granite spall
blocks on Bainbridge. between Tenth
and Eleventh Streets, the grade in
front of engine house. No. 13, will be
corrected. The work will begin to?
morrow morning under the direction
of D. F- LaPrade, Assistant City Engi?
neer. The paving work will start at
The grade In front of the engine
house has been one of the most se?
rious objections to an otherwise ex?
cellent site. At present It has a dou?
ble slope, which is exceedingly dan?
gerous In wet westher or when snow
or sleet Is on the ground. Last winter
the Are engine. In coming out of the
house, skidded and was overturned.
One man was hurt and the engine tem?
porarily put out of commission. This
will be remedied to a great exterit.
The granite spall will give the horses
a foothold In climbing the hill.
BROUGHT TO HOSPITAL
Weereded Convict, ?bot While Attempt?
ing to Escape, ta Serteae Condition.
Lee Roy. a ooiored convict, "who has
been assigned to the Chesterfield road
force, was brought to the penitentiary
hospital yesterday morning suffering;
from a gunshot wound Inflicted by
Guard Wright to prevent the escape
of the negro, who had made a daring
break for liberty. The wound Is se?
rious, and there Is some doubt of the
Roy Is a "second termer.- and Is
considered a bad character. He has
caused trouble with his fellow-pris?
oners, and was whipped three we?ks
ago for Insubordination. At the time
he swore he would never be whipped
Wednesday night he again became
abusive, and was ordered whipped
Thursday morning. Before the lash
oould be applied the negro, with a
curse, dashed away. One shot was
ftred in the air. " The fleeing negro
failed to stop, but was brought to the
ground by the second. He ^as treated
by Dr. Lush, who decided that he had
better be sent to a hospital.
Mr. aad Mrs. Charles T. Jeses Eater,
tats la New Porter Street Hesse.
The Porter Street home of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles T. Jones was the scene
of a brilliant affair Friday night,
when they received In honor of the
twentieth anniversary of their mar?
The rooms were tastefully decorated
In autumn leaves and cut flowers. Re?
ceiving with the host and hostess were
Mrs. X C. Selbert. Sirs. D- H. Hey and
Master Oilliam Jones. Miss1 Minnie
Weisiger and Mrs. A. Clarence Atkins
presided over the punch bowl, white
refreshments were served by a bevy
of pretty girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones were the re?
cipients of numerous handsome gifts.
Among them was a china tea pot, in?
laid with solid silver, an heirloom from
Troyburg Castle, the home of Mra
Mrs. Jones wore an Imported gown
of bine crepe de chine over pink silk
and chK'fon, trimmed with hand-made
t>earl and silk flowered medallions.
Mrs. Seibert wore a "own of white
madqnlsette over pink silk. Mrs. Hey
?was gowned in crepe de chine -with
rbse trimmings. Music was furnished
?by the Miss?* Baker, of Richmond.
i DISREGARD MOVING ORDER
Tenant, of Old Tavern Ordered Out by
Bonding Inspector Beck.
Charged with disregarding: moving
orders issued by Building Inspector H.
P. Beck, two tenants of tho "Old Tav?
ern" property on Hull. between
Is a Known and Effective Remedy for '
^Rheumatism and Inflammation
tMmMmW6mm*it*y lefllceea the most aggravated cases of Rheumatic Pains. Swollen Joints
and afl infUmmation. Thousands of physicians and druggists recommend Rice's
Gooae Greaae Liniment. It has been tried and tested for years and years, and is con
j *V ?mmfi to fee the beat on the market.
For Colds and Pneumonia
TUa iMBiffj '?mifflsfrjfj reiir-r and cure COl'r.Tf?; cOTTrS, CROUP. 80KB
THROAT. It la tfce 1? kiiown remedy on earth for Pheurnonia. It is applied ?*>
trTTtaOy. fjaacJr*aa tba entire system by sMorptlon an<i \Ap<<r\7\n$, *timulate. the
i li ulaOOal as*d fjom rmmediateir to the *est of pain in le?? t irrte than any
knoera w%*m\^CMm?i awtparatjon. Reromme-rulrd and eold h> ell riniK?Ua(a.
GOOSE GREASE CO.. Inc..
Grwnrtc^ N. c.
? No- lit North Seventh Street, Richmond, Va.
iSiJuee Court. Pert L to-morrow atera
lag. Too mea. It to said, war* warn?
ed als months aso to seek ether ?aar*
tare ess ware again tost week- told
to vacate at ones. Neither. It eppeers.
hare been able te secure eoltable quar?
The Old Teeern buildlas has Ions
beea aa erasers to the community. la
ante-ball um days It wee a famous
road-house, end wee the scene of many
notable errata. Daring ths Civil
War It wee eaed by the Con?
federate government. When the Fed*
oral troops captured Richmond the
district provost marshall made his
quarters In ths building. During re?
cent years It has fallen lato deessn and
has been used as a teaemeat house.
The upper floors were vacated several
years ago. Ths lowsr part, by bracing,
waa considered safe for small stores
until recently. It will he tern down
to make room for a brock of modern
In ths rsar of the ancient structure
Is a well. According to tradition, any
person drinking of Its watsrs will
travel back to the well before death
SETTLE mnT)F COURT
wees la Hase tags Court Oesa
presalsed Before Trial.
Three suits which were scheduled
for a hearing this week In Hustles
Court, Part It. have been compromised
or settled out of court, and cones
' quently the week will be dulL The
! most Important of the cases were two
j In which Louis Aaron waa plaintiff.
I One was against the Globe-Rutgers
Insurance Company Sod the other
against the Virginia State Insurance
Company. Aaron was seeking to re
oover on goods dsrnaged by Ore. Ha
was represented by Rhodes A Rhodea
Christian. Gordon & Christian repre?
sented the defendant companies.
The personal Injury suit of E. P.
Grubbs against the George R. Fuller
Company. Inc., was also compromised.
Grubbs, represented by Attorneys
Louis Wendenburg and Benjamin Lev
enstein. was seeking $5.00* damages
for injuries received while working
on the new Life Insurance Company
of Virginia building. Colonel A. &
Buford represented the defendants
j Pi ell misery Hearing To-Morrow.
James Rryor. colored, who on the
? night of October 22 shot and badly
wounded Charles White, also colored.
In a pool room brawl, will be given a
preliminary hearing to-morrow mo ru?
in ?r before Justice H. A Maurios in
Police Court, Part IL Pryor. after
successfully eluding the police for
twenty-four hours after the shooting,
surrendered. He Is being held with?
out ball. White has been In the City
Home, but will be able to appear
against his assailant.
Jackson Brown, colored, who has
been ?orefined In the City Jail for
twenty days In order that bhe police
could locate the owner of six pairs of
sew shoos which the negro was sus?
pected of stealing, will also be given
a hearing. Brown Is a paroled con?
vict, and will probably be sent back
to the penitentiary to finish his sen?
tence, as he had broken the parole.
The owner of the shoes cannot be
Mall boxes are to be erected la
Woodland Heights and Forest Hill at,
once. Three boxes were yesterday 1
sent from the Richmond post-office to
the Manchester station. They will he
Installed at convenient places along
Bemmee Avenue to-morrow.
A dally mall delivery was recently
Inaugurated rn these suburbs. The
carriers go their rounds twice a day.
and the suburbanites are delighted
with the service. The collection will
be made immediately following the de?
Bo Interest to Hleetteuv j
Very little interest Is displsyed by
Southslders In the approaching prpsl- !
dentlal election. The politician, are
worried for fear the vote will be un?
usually light, although they have no
fear regarding the result An effort
win be made to-morrow night to in?
still some enthusiasm into the voters. ?
Former Governor Andrew Jsckasn !
Montague has consented to address the
people of the Southslde at a mass
meeting to be held In the courthouse. '
Willis C. Pulliam will read Mr. Wtl- .
son's letter to the voters.
Te Hear Eleettoa Jtetaras. I
By special arrangements, the else- ,
tion returns will be received at ths .
Elks' Home Tuesday night. A direct
wire has been run into the building
for this purpose. The Elks are pre- j
paring an elaborate program with
which to entertain their guests during I
the Intervals. i
Small Fire Gives Pisatace.
1 Engine Company No. IS yesterdey ;
morning received a little practice when j
they responded to an alarm from Box j
327. Cowardin Avenue and McDonoogh
Street. The fire, which wag fortu- ]
nately small, waa in the home of Miss '
E. M. Smith. 415 West Fifteenth Street.
It was caused by a pot of tar which,
while being melted, burst into fiamea
The blazing pitch waa scattered about
the room, but the Are was extinguish?
ed with ths aid of chemicals The,
damage waa slight.
faceailSlble Bey Ailisted.
At the request of his mother. Harry ]
Edward Ennis. fourteen years old, was
Sakea into custody yesterday afternoon
by Officer Phillips. He Is charged with
Besag Incorrigible. He was turned
over to his parent's keeping until to?
morrow morning, when the story will j
be threshed out before Justlee H. A .
William' Frdwards. colored, wee ar?
rested on a charge of being drunk and '
disorderly. He Is being held without
ball for trial to-morrow morning.
Jawtovs to OO wssSfaag.
The four Southslde Councils of ths I
Junior Order. United American Me- I
rhanlcs. will be represented on the
visiting committee of the order, which
win meet to-morrow night with Elba
Council st Monroe HalL The commit?
tee on program has prepared for aa
Interesting meeting, and a large turn?
out Is expected. E. B. W barton, who
was recently elected to the oflcs of
ftate councilor, la expected to ho
j present. ' j
A*1 SpmMRwmxmmmm? C^fcms'efeSekeSasw
Ra'lv Day exercises will be observed
this morning In the Decs tor Street
, Metho+iot Cnarch. beginning at ? 45
o'clock Addresses will be mads by
Judre Bmest H Wei is and Jacob Cm
laof. w. R. Sharritx, of the Baia
I bridge Street Baptist Church choir,
j win sing several selections
T>r. Doug'as Freeman will ooewpy fas)
: pulpit of the Balnbridwe Street Bap?
tist Church at both services to-day. '
I The Meade Memorial Episcopal Sea
1 dav school library win open this
mom'ng. An excellent collect ion of
I 'nter-?-!nr books have bean secured.
Mrs S H. Tiore, of Lanenhwrg, Is
visiting her n'eea. Mrs. w H Bottea.
I of MS! T?ecatur Street.
John Pierce, who has beea Bring
: with nie rrandfather. T>r. Backer, win
leave this mernrng fop bto geese to
I W. J. carter bee beea dsalgwstsd as
I trs ?ftVJml ttoier for She big saget
i wv?h the AutomoVto %?otlatleo of
Amerloa win hotd at the State Parr
I rV"vmds November rf sad PS Mr
' Carter, who is s direrwpr of the fair.
I has been tn rhe fed eve* stand at evwey
meet -lee* the organfsattow of the Fair
AsaMotoOoa. end has held the seep
watch ?r? neertv ev?rr targe) ?raeeJto
She e was try This win he hie grot
S?-e-'*'?ea wSsh fbe W SNvs,
B H WawnaTty. of WeiedJIoad Hetehta,
w%n hss Keen very 111 at Ma gSSBSPB
rW4>n<? It* PwrteT
proving very stools,
eMS**|we*paj SMS CSPSjaj
f Paestsf as The TlsessvtttapsScm i*
frvtbewilto. Pa. TvSvaejfkSr I?'
?** mmf. eahosj
BIG REDUCTION IN THE COST OF LIVING
Arwa-i tlw sW Cresties at a Srriaf mt T%*m\f-fkww Par Ctt* at QvTvm
New Sour Erout, 7? quart i or
4 quarto- .Me
Jam? Rreer Shad, afar.36c
New Irish Mackerel, in kite.. 45c
NewJBlack Country Walnuts. ^
New Calif oroia
Poachss. I Iba. far,
rw Boat Quality
ma tons, icaaa
Now CcdfUh. 7c Ib., or 4 Iba... 28c
Now Loooa Buckwheat, e toe. . 2*c
winner Brand Condsnssd
Milk* Uc cant or. dozen . $1.4*
Plume, Mc cant deeen..
New See* PieaJaa. gallon.
New Crop New Orleans
Large cans Boat Virginia Tomatoea..
Va- Pride Coffee, freak roasted, l ib. pkg..
Good Salt Pork, lb..
Good Lard, lb. .
Floe Cream American Cheese, lb..
Goad Creamery Butter, lb..,
3 Chalmers' Gelatine for.
Wine for jelly, quart. .Mc
Mountain Prepared Buckwheat, 3-lb. pkg..15c
ft New Pat Mackerel far.. .Mc
5-Ib. jars Home-Mado Pranst > is.35c
Pickled Pi.'a Feat, lb.,...7c
P.ckled Tripe, lb..7c
7 boxes Good Sardines tor..Mc
Large bottles Catsup and Sauce.ltc
Preah Cracks Du at.4c
Freeh Oyster Crackers..ftc
High Grade of Butterina. lb..Mc
8 bora Circus Soap, for laundry, large bare.Mc
t-tk Paekaaa Claas Cweraata._.*.14c
Very large cane Beet Mustek Sard In ea.Sc
Golden Crown High Grade Syrup, full quart eaaa 4c
Finest quality Strained Honey, ib..12>fc
Jeilo Powders for ice cream. 4c, or 3 pkgs..25c
Borden'? Brand tall cans Peerless Milk, 4c can;
small cans, ft cans.Mc
Finest Snices for pickling, lb..20c
Sweet Mixed Pickles, gallon.ftftc
Quart jara Table Mustard..14c
Freak Mixed Cakes, lb.10c
Libby's Large White Asparague, can.24c
Highest Grade Creamery Butter, in 1-lb. car
7 Iba. Large Lump Starch for..Mc
ft bo zee Rad Saal Lye.25c
Ice Cleans Freezing Salt, peck..u...lOc
Large cans Square Brand Condensed Milk.4c
Celluloid Starch, package.4c
Freeh Mushroom Crackers, lb..15c
3-lb. jars Homo-Made Preeerrea.Mc
i Flaw Imported Rhina Wine, pec be?^....esc
drift Lard, all also cans, lb..r..UMc
Freeh Smeared Frankfurt Sanaage for.'. ..Sc
" " .?
Criaeo, use ha piece of batter. 2-lb.
Eitra Fine Imported Rhine Wine,
Snowc - ?~"
Good Freeh Eggs, dozen.. .
Good Eating or Cooking Applis. peck.
Large cane California Asparagus, can..lfc
Freeh Soda Crackers and Ginger Santa?, lb,..fc
New Sucroeaah. can.4c
Genuine Smltbflold Hanta, small onea. lb..Ma
Snowfmke Patent Family Flour, Mc bait or, -*
per barrel . .f&ftf
Spring rbHkene. lb. .
Duffpo Malt Whiskey, f 1.44 bottles.
Good Feed Oats, bushel.47c
Sew cuaaoe ~
Mother's or Quaker's Once, package..fc
Finest Sherry Wine, fat ssalsd bottiea.Mc
Campbell's Pork and Baaaa, can.7c
Laras nashsai Car sal Fadfss....ata
ft Potted Tongue or Ham fee.Me
Deiatour Finest Ginger Ala, good ae Imported,
per dozen. .ft. 14
7 bars Domino Beet 5c Teilet Soap.Mc
Silrer King Flour, 37c bag; par barrel. -
Fairbank s Cottoieoe, In cane, all slaea. 2*a,
4'a, 14's; per pound.lie
Large cans Michigan packed Peek and Beans,
regular lfc cans, now.^fc
7 large bare Lenox Soap for.
Maccarool and Spaghetti, 1-lb. pkgs...,.7c
Beat quality Breakfast Bacon, lb..31c
Pure Ground Coffee. Ib..lfc
Wood's Beat N. C. Roe Herring. Mc dozen;
Old Rye and Corn Whiskey, gallon.fXSS
Old Apple Brandy, gallon.32.44
Old French Brandy, gallon..32.44
\aeolately Pare Leaf Lara. S?....15c
Gold Medal Flour, 3fc bag;
or, per barrel. 15.44
Virginia Finest Comb Honey,
Early June Peas, 3 cans for-25c
Pocahontaa Brand Sugar Corn,
Whole Grain Rice, 1-lb. bags.. 8c
N4w Dried Lima Beans, ib.._Sc
12 bars Snap Soap.Mc
Gallon cans Pure Sugar Syrup, 38c
Finest quality Swiss Cheese, lb. 25c
Orange or Rose Brand Sugar
Cured Best Hams, lb.lfc
Cereeota Spring Wheat Flour,
40c bag ; per barrel.to . 15
New Sweet Potatoes, peck.Mc
Beat City Ground Meal, Mc .
peck; per bushel.45c
Post Toastlee or Quaker Brand
Corn Flakes, pkg..fc
New Black-Eyed Peaa. Ih..4c
New Sour Pickles, gallon.Me
S. ULLMAN'S SON
1820-22 East Mala St.-2 STORES 2?506 E. Mantel! St.
with practically the entire corps of
teachers of the county present Dis?
cussions wsrs opened on various sub?
jects pertaining to public education.
Addresses were mads by Professors
Harris. Hart and Hunter, of Emory
and Henry, and other educators. In
connection with the Institute there was
a corn show by ths various clubs of
Wythe, at which was exhibited many
other farm products and specimens
in the domestic science course, with a
poultry exhibit on Saturday. The corn
speciments were the finest ever ex?
hibited In this section. The first prise
was awarded to Julien Brown on his
sample of Boone County white, which
produced 100 bushels per acre.
A Urge number of dtisans from all
sections of the county wer? present,
manifesting- great Interest In the ex?
POtttJeal Speer bee,
["Special to The Times- Dispatch.]
Harrison burg. Vs.. November *.?
Congressman Heflin. of Alabama, and
Hugh A. White, of Lexington, a dis?
tinguished member of the Virginia
Legislature, addressed the voters here
this afternoon, speaking in Assembly
Hail under , the auspices of the Wood*
row Wilson Club.
Last night Don P. Halsey> of Lynch
to urg, and Floyd W. King, of Clifton
Forge, also addressed the public.
There were many women present, in
eluding a large delegation of State
Hotel Ktktea Is Ml
tSpecial to The Tiroee-Dispatch. ]
Harri son burg. Va.. November J.?
Hotel Elkton. of Elkton. Rocklngham
County, one of the most popular sum?
mer resorts in the State, waa sold mat
night by the Elkton Improvement
Company to D. C Graham, of Bridge
water, and Dr. W. A. Gordon, of Elk?
ton, for $10.MO. Mr. Graham wtlt eon
duet the establishment. The building;
was erected during the "boom" days
of 1893. has four 1101100 and seventy
five rooms, end Is located on the banks
of the Shenandoah River.
Your Support Needed to Stop Hiph
Tariffs Responsible For
Woodrow Wilson and Progressive Democracy are against the iniquitoui Tariff which
we know to be a burden on folly 98 per. cent of the American People.
The Democratic National Committee wants to tell the truth about the Tariff to the
15.000,000 voters who will go to the polls on November 6th.
Haying no other source of honorable financial support we must look to the People for
funds with which to carry on this gigantic campaign in the interest of all the people.
Will Voters Permit This to Oo On?
Take, for example, the remit of Republican High Tariff*
between the years 1897 and 1910:
Do you realize that Food advanced 46.7%?
That Clot hi of advanced 35.8 ?#?
That Metals and Implements advanced 48.2* ?
That all Commodities advanced 4M1%?
Isat ft Mm mm that the ProgiessUc Voters get together
and with their money spread the gospel of a aew deal, a real
sqaare deal m ths tariff to all those wem don't know sad
We need year gift today as mach es we do that of aar
other contributor in the country.
Wilson and Marshall want your contribution at ones*
whether it is $1,000 or SI. Remember, we honor the gfvrr
irrespective of the amount, but that ant aced and cam ass
effectively all yoo can afford to give.
We want to hear from the Sexiness man, the salaried
people and the toilers who want honestly
Ffff sort the
Others Glad to Join You
If yooH head a Bet wfth your
?nd many other Wilson voters
friends wnoH be
TWO Ybsnaw your list with thdr names and <
IBn^twmil fcfarth*^ m^^L^^V^" to C. R Crane,
Help to spike the gens of favor
with this sind of effective werk for
gasp?"What are we coming tof
Nails have increased Q9J&%?
Ba?dme Bricks have increased 93JS%
OHvSJ OB has increased 188.3 f*?
i es ti ics, otanqaro oocetmgs, neve
Yoo gay eejt in reert the burden impost d by the
' in building materials, which the contractor
Ike owner sad ths owner passes on to you.
t tenner cent of tJ
1st iff cost.
When ?IVotection" is NOT
m%~o) How to Contribute to the WIm
owner passes on to you. Sirs the Cesjpoa th this corner sad SB la (he aassama
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