Newspaper Page Text
.3 eh foi Burden of Iidustrial (risi
1.ieted by) Actin .
f t anthra i ' r in the (.
ion r"J allial- t .4 :::. -:.a1f r11 r u
of -nc: i 1!
ni unt i on.i bth .
1. 11 n a thr:v
-th 4:tat ion (r
'a ill 4 (r r4 t.4 Io4 ! 1
:4a f I ' * iIIfa as' y2tii n-;
- . I4 pro(-* ionf or
nts Ir b -it he aa n g
n I -4 u r a in. n1, ha v er
S and InII b r:-- have.
P. A l. rl rint.un co n e t
' I i 5 41 4 '* I
I t 4' \\ 4 ' nd '-::bat 'ver
: ' -1 f : o l
*fl~flI~flL U flD -
a.: il o r: . l 1- ' i lv r b b r
Nunn 13 0MM EA UIOIP
Colds & I
"For years we have used
and I have never found any
* place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy,
cy, who is a Rutherford Coun
Draught as a medicine that sh
hold for use in the prompt trea
vent them from developing intc
A T HEDF
"It touches the liver and
declared. "It is one of the b
cold and headache. I don't k
family if it wasn't for Black-D,
dollars . . . I don't see how a
- out it. I know it is a reliable
in the house. I recommend
never without it."
At all druggists.
The CHARCTER of
we culd ecom a mmbe
mensthtou \bn ison
ge MON51R E. ALRE
The IARAWeR of pe
SERVEsyse oU ban
Be aEmer Bank
Ndst. ~ ae
Day addrei. It was said by supor.
rIina !'~ , owVv'r, that department in
fo:rfmttion :na1e it a;>pcar ecrtain that
titgr4znent would b ratifiedl by the
operators and miners, whose leader.
have drawn it up.
Labor o,-ad*rs who reinainic her<
>Vr th 8olbllay issl4! no (oilnieInt on)
N EJ-10 (.1111L LOC.\TEDi
I ' . S C.It. I. --A - hi - F!" is ,
1o -, 'i alo i t h .:V,- il a -
Il II* (1h a o 1f t hI by Ith e "hilt
Il ). l I - - a o an i ' I h, 1I
'Jrilo l awa V %- to 1V41 h1wr OIf
i t -n,. t I n .a fw %; : I I;- fl
n':. 11e ;rfl. n! rth m r- a il an f the :a'!
T I -:' 8? wof hli t ton, iti2 le e
i 2 Of Ie in' 'll ) | te ltse it e
til (ne \' .tIn sd ! i ' . -. .h e
.-11 il 0I Illv h- o l f I I I f I i li 1:
- t. Tho Ih n -n a111 sefl u t
" 1.I hI l . .111 1itoll n i le i I l(- SI(
ni n. .John ) , -a I, a (Ornif-r ilinler o!
0)h. - oore llWOOdil Ir e l pa tl-l t,. all1i(
la ;ho Iilt N .\ 1 1ol. ,Ili all Ionl~o)il1,
ollc- Dlr in lor g i11y, .
medic ie tat uld the i its: II
oifl infi S 1. 1aI IBa y i-lITI 111M1r S :t A
1y-frme, re ommendsP % Blck- *d
o.\' e k etin every o- l
- a of n y litl ills-!-r - to pr lf- Ir
tria |l i : W ".d l-sd 10- n rM . .f
Black.O-D!aught- inl .o r nlicly, l
me iietho: h ral th ro l tawk.e as
ofall.- voille, Tn . ( Me- r . a.
Thd e kea t in every h-oustoe-m
I1AU EGgA *HTa
I does the work," Mr. Stacy
nst medicines I ever saw for a
now l at we would do in our
'aughit. It has saved uls many
11Y family can hardly go with
Imd splendid medicine to keep s
y lack-Draught highly and am
I doe th ok"Mr tc
-uh. MEN has waell as thany
toBeak-rought 0.hl and befor
Im tistational Sys e
of a vat oun CIANe
'o he prots eio as ouer
our bank you can GET
:ause we can t"c~ r'ur se
ntral Reserve Bank and
C. HIROPEIL er/
OVER NIMA(iAI CLIFF
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 2.-An automo
bile 1lunged over the cliff near the
cataract at Niagara Falls this after
noon and was dashed to pieces 200 feet
b-low oi the river's margin. NI I's.
Agatha -Ailler, > years old, wife of
1). If. Miller. of Cleveland, fell to her
rinthi with the car. Hier body was
foind on tihe) watt'.s edge.
The accdnt happoned just noi th of
th' upPer Stei )rl J briCge. .\lrs. .\ l
ler1 was al 1e1i the! (a,I in the. rear
,;"A. Th( cal was parkied on the
raIss ntear t111-. -ustomls ojfilee at thle
\ im'ricva n end1 of the bridge, facing the
iver oIn at s)li-ht slope. The.re is no
L: :ird4 rail at the( clillf edigi. The osni
I al driver Of Ilth car. Edward Mer
1rs of Illiffah>), had left iP as hie thloughlt
sitft ly :,aIrk- d.
FOr soeine realsoi it br-maln to slip
do.. n tih l( o and .\irs. Miller who
V. of ve'ry 11-avy buih, realizedu her
dangr. I-v tram.- aroutsed the(- by
-tanderj-s and two me-n. Hiarry Andre&w,
11 '', of lultalfo. and .Joseph Gold
he:g of Wost Toronto, grabbed the
rear findets and strove de0sperately to
Top the car. Thewy kre-t theirh holds
11n1il it r 4eacrI' the very brink and1i
IPulli'ed iii'o th- gOr*e.
.ltrs. .\Iiller tried to xtriente 1erseIf
butt she- was not ( Ilek en1oul h G. 11 -.
I arling an11l 1-:Ul siae :. vanS. bOt11 Of
I-: IkhIa r?,I nd]. . w r tand in g beIo w the C
brirl:' lookina it' and saw thrl machine
COme O rr the banliik and Alt-. .\liller's
bolY fall froin P. The (irt .trulck th(
lo e at ti- foot. Of th- C li If and
1lan11 l o to t:h r ivk r's d114. a tail
:,]# 'iss of it . i s. .\lillIr's i n ly
tA Ih Ai d '11 n thI - han 4k a 't he
bsel SO 4 A t h ci i t was it- Il lat r
Th . \ill-r5 tind .\r. al n d1 .'.1 hs.
Ich e I - I a (if Clvelnl v I IINCam
to 'llffaIo 'hi. morning a w i hiI .lAey
r I'Ito di'v1 he I d tstIIo th rI Is I t11t
seeing. 4s they were about to cross
the bride. v Into Canada. tlt. Ca l ian
au :thoritis ' rfulsed to allow the caI to
t(%r. baus Meyers did not hvhi
lit e a('11 trd with him. \l y rs park
oy t the car while ho went o See if tle
mattar could be adilstd. fis pas
'tngersall sav 1.4ts . .Miller, wen .t with
him. Shn. was left alone ill twe alio
mnobile anl t.' accident folloued.
1':0 UC U'N TE 1-:) 1 E -S A T If 4.11 E
1111dman 'rossi sor IsneAnil n s to Ill
nw.Naile (if Wauenler.
Greent'i, tdSpt. I.- -Prof. Lueco
(I'1fltr, for it past two yar ears of
the ipartmlt of nativea(Io at Itr
man.11 andl for1nerly professor of ttedago
ly at the t'niversity 'of South Carolina,
died at his hrdliome iere this aft(er1ntoont
shortly aftI :f o'clocki, after , havinl u
been noniscious since .\Monday. With
him at thv tmll. of his death w Ore r.
W. .J. l el1thlin president of 111
man, P'rof. IL. T. Cox, dean of Fitrmtian,
aind] tLo sisters, .\rs. Arthur Blroyde of
hWag da y Mrs. i-. W. .\ble oftSa
orofussor Gtinter was 13 years of
agi.lit was a native of Wageleo,
havtig bee born, t nas tat tlack't
.\ l a h i , . lia e a t d e d o t '
111ool to(1 tilkvlle the was alseu
dto Nat ~te w'n'er ito S~ouhCro
grttle liek tbIeen alier ofl th
13ape tid fhurh a the his ore. ol-t
wing his~(( grad.uantin he beasm e u
Thre year waerhs begonhe suerin--a
tendatc ofshool reat in ek HIl After
li te is tattve by hiut Caolhia, re-s
nVer '.(utinnb tis, po leitho ni heru
ywoyeas daghen Miss eame head
oftei <ttnarmbynti o foducaton was
Fumis an' Durng hofsai Columbiadb
thre yug p dgoy .in thetL'iesit
of'. Suth CarNina.
Thressuorn G ht' DolessNo rAfct
y date ackthe abou teat ehecm
Boeuiele.. 'lto tontnd aativelyf
fect. LAAIiVilns :wasM dinosed
(ablaner can the takin by coniton
becoming cusings evoss o frsttkn
tog Antlno hed. he 'was rete for.
aout toa bont. Laer00.stae
tre tmen for~a Heeal monthsl. il
waboed0 for Durving-- the pat fewn4
relapDU sead ranedzt ii hd Untehi
He its srvivcaed bis mothe, Mr.
Prices on Q & J Pas.
senger Car Tires and
Tubes, effective May
8th, are not sub.
ject to war-tax, the
war-tax having been
the reason i
their own ex
You'll O. K
soon as you i
We Recommend G & J
Y O U
Nor to 1
PS Iretly ha
it has to
it that so
tick to G & J
in and year
tnan who is
is worth find
r let the tires do
?laining, so we'll
with one as soon
cord or fabric.
the qualit as
,ee it in action.
Tires and Tubes
would not go
Sto the old fash
the old fashioned
e-good as it was
line of today is cor
lanced for the work
do. It is called
ND OI CMPN