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1e Beauty of Woman
The beauty of the most perfect
woman.is greatly enhanced by
the most correct Ready -to
wear we sell.
Ladies' and Misses'
Dress. Goods and Shoes.
They are new, they are different,
they are real art creations. In
them the- sense of harmony is
complete, the blending of colors
When you come to our Fair next
week we want you to come in
and look over.. this collection of
everything that is wearable.
Manning Dry Goods Co.
H. D. DuB(ROW, Manager. Manning, S. C.
When You Come to the Fair Next Week We
Want You to Look at Our
There's only one kind of Hardware,
That's the kind that stands .
HARD WEAR !
4Our Hardware is the best that is made in every line we handle.
T-here's no uess work when you buy Hardware here. It always
stands the hard knocks and comes out ready for more service.
THERE'S A REASON
We know good Hardware when we see it and are not afraid to
spend good money for a gJood article to sell to the people who
DEMAND THE BEST.
And don't forget that we carry a Complete Line
of the very things you' need the most.
When you wish to be sure there is wear in your 'Hardware, come to
the store that puts the wear in.
SMANING HARDWRARE CO.
MANNING, S. C.
The Distinguishing Features of Our
New Winter Millinery
.. Are Original
Style and Quality
There is in our collection every
kind of Hat that you are likely to
want. Many of our Pattern Hats
are. novelties that are not to be
found elsewhere. When you come
to the Fair next week we want
you to see our new line of
Soft Effects in
-- Velvets, Velous,
These are especially noticeable
features of the colleo ion. You
are sure to like them. We can
~~ fit you with a becoming Hat from
Miss. Fannie Weaver
- Exclusive Millinery.
. At Manning Dry Goods Co.'s Store. 1anninq. S. C.
[AP FROM BURNING f man, crippled with to help. Either you will or you
BUILDING TO D[ATH and in faling struck the fire escap tountry, you are indirectly helpin.
and as ataly urt.theeney. hatyour country wvants
Trhe police and firemen wvere aided you to (d0 is to plant more land, iipec
Probably a Score Victims of Salvation in spreading and holding the acts by ialize on certain crops, and cultivate
Army Rescue Mission many soldiers and sailors on leaves so as to increase prodkction. It is all
Blaze. of absence from their posts. figured out to harmonize with a great
Most of the victims wvere friend- national program, scientifically an l
EIGHTEEN BODIES FOUND less men who earned their lodgings efficienly arranged. Thc community
at the mission by helping in the col- community throughout the UJnit' I
Flames Quickly Cut Off All Places lection of salable waste paper, maga- States, are essential to the realizatioa
of Exit in Paterson, N. J., ines and kinding woo. th e o t n p .ha_ plan
Trragedy. reutraonebgna in si-isa oltl neear ofS('illih
Paterson, N. J., Nov. 4.- Eighteen - - -w r rigt raieti on
bodies had been taken tonight from HO HESWTEIA 'r tiniam ywthtspl. o
the ruins of the Salvation Armly Res- hv poe t ~ntyusewa
cue Mission in this city, which was Oti ersaacut gn htmas?
dlestroyedl by tire early today. T1enha exernclmuhdfcut inn- Wln is htcutvmeig?
men were taken to hospitals wi~hteh sigacranfre n rps s ltl amr
probably mortal injuries, and many~e grclua mpoeet cnl Tngt'
others were less seriously hurt in pin. Ti amr io wso Il eth'etngtadmk
leaping from windowvs. mc lflnei h o mnt,5~~C'.Yu at ihy rgl
Identification of all the dead wvill cnieelhso~nidv~ulsceshtnttl'ih fi ia a. Yul
he impossible, the p~olice believe, as apofta oenetcoeltolnvrhv'attp hn~ ol~)
the institution's records were burned. vt fam sisetrl uneesr. at tiltIiliot ii iscuty
There wvere t.Jty-five men asleep in A seilrpeettv ftee-~ti a.
the missions when the flames startedtnso ofceoth UntdSae ix 'lt'Nlwsltfami pk ht
in an old frame building adljoining Iatleto giutr h iie 1bt lb tfhal n'svt h
thle main structure, usedl for storing thtscin astl oftecs )' tttiigtr'lg' or rinl giu
maga'zines antd newspapers. tecut gn, leiett ~etOdwr ogltlta ony
Arrival of fire apparatus wais de-famradfudhmclan ur
layed throughl confusion inl turning in sosv.Il ''I U)l'
a pr'ope(r alarm and the entire build- "o l tnln ntewt flO ~(l 1 Al(i
ing wa's ablaze wvhen the firemen yu onr ve orCut''i
reached it. a a, ailteseilaett ie 'a etn .VN~.'.Unht
Fire Escape Useless.fre ial. "o yu raiet e th'i rp ~celat )t'eI
Rapidl spread of tile flames mladle ta 'trur l ~iiyPrso ieSa
use of tilt only fire escape on thle 0' at h amt,' an r'alwn ierfutt o i ~
building impossible and the lotdgers ogto tta vy"goitI t a eott oteSo
matny of whom were old andt c'rippile, ", l,(t hn fi ht ~ .hr. Apasmtet ~t
were driven to wvindlows from wvhichawie"sgetdte peila ntciisfrlephv goe nllwe''.
they leaped before firemen couldl~Temnwl os'thl lscu-- -
catch theml in nets. tya hstm shrig1zco- A)'RIIE I IIE ''MS
Several of the elderly victims aretrad ohuty rcuirywe
believed to hlave been suffocated inyorcutyiatwria etyD tr'A
their sleep and others in their flight a thn todo'tyutllks?
so impeded one 'another that they "YultIdo"siliefami'
choked in tihe front passage way,thwn oufo-tefrttm (lrn Intdofcbetndterilntpg.
where bodies were found huddled inth ineie. "o do'tiik ItvsWhcrdacoznwyls "'atg
a heap.amtltkn famn(1yo? Il tbtttooariabnticoik
Eight of the deadl thus far have (0ayhn o ycuty 'lLvr S !
been idlentifiedl. It was reported to- fgt-. rn e e uao
night that about ten of the aged Hr' orCac.Udrdt
lodgers are mlissing, but as the cel- "Alrgt"si tiea it."er'Oc.2IlG3.W
lar of the mission is flooded with yu hne e htyu amadCak~aafc
- 1 ter, search for adkditional bodiesalth fam inyuco ty nres ie:"1hv
is being retarded.tiiryed an tiirclivtlaceLvr egio n
One Possible Chiance.ag. tis'licrecubti nyfmyoyns
Those who slept on the third antIsrieradevcgetadgn. adfn tt o
-fourth floors had no posible chance iesrie No th 's wa te nmeos ocr'
ofescape other than by leaping intoGoen ntw tsyuo(0.Ta' .
fire nets. With the fire escape andIteproeo hs pca ony a u t b ~h
the interior stairway cut off by aoraiton. T t' wht tseda.
'steadily Increasing Volume of flanme,emrecconya ntlk heS iw:
the men flocked to windows beseech- I hscutae ugug httt~
Ing ho rowd inthestret blowabod i faluin strunthery e~ntscape tgrMdcmC,, hta..a r