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I 4 TEE TE WASHIHGrTON HERALD FRIDAY DECEMBEB 2 ItlO
SPEECH BY KNAPP KNAPPRegarded KNAPPANGERS KNAPPANGERS
ANGERS SHIPPERS SHlPPERSHegalded SHIPPERSRegarded
Regarded as Favorable to totlie tothe tothe
the Railroads Cause CauseBRANDEIS CauseBRANDEISrREpAR CauseBRANDEIS
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BRANDEIS BRANDEISrREpAR EEEPARING G ATTACK ATTACKAttorney ATTAOKII ATTACKAttorn
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Attorney AttorneTfor Attorn T for Plaintiffs Will Bring BringChairman DringChairman flringChafrmnna
Chairman Address AdtIre Bqfore D J fore Inter Interstate Interstate Interstate ¬
state Commerce Commission in inFinal inFlnnl SnFinal
Final Arguments Against ntuat Ship Shippers ShIpperA hlp hlpper ¬
pers per a ftJJ Showing olnS PreJudiceChairman PrejudiceChairman Prejudice PrejudiceChairman
Chairman Knapp of the Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommorce InterstateCommerce
Commerce Commission and his recent recentspeech recentJipeeot1 recentspeeci
speech at New York which the th shippers shippersregard shippersregard shippersregard
regard a as favorable to the railroads railroadscause rallroadscause railroadscauee
cause will be the targets of the ship shippers shippers shippers ¬
pers attorneys when the arguments argumentsare argumentsare
are presented pr 8 t d against u Ulq t the freight increase increaseon Incr6U5on
on fl January 9 IL This is tho information informationtbat InrormaUontbat Inforiflat1oflthat
tbat came from an authoritative source sourcea sourceJl sourcethe
a Jl i the conclusion ooc1 son of the th hearings yester yesterttap yostorclap ostor ostordap
clap ttapAttorney
Attorney Louis R It Brandels represent representing representIng representIng ¬
ing the shippers will bring the speech speechbefore speechbetore speechbefore
before the commission in the final argu arguments arguments arguments ¬
ments ajid and it Is reported will endeavor endeavorto o1deav r rto
to hav have < it placed on record Since the theaddress theaddre theaddress
address addre was was made a week ago before the theBusiness theBURlness he heBuRineas
Business Mens League in New York Yorkshippers Yorknlppors Yorkshippers
shippers have been aroused and have havetaken havQtaken havetaken
taken the chalrmans utterances as a aforerunner nforerunnor aforerunhor
forerunner of an announcement by the theRommlHion theMnlulnton theeotuJjajon
RommlHion in favor of railroad rate in increase increasa Inerease ¬
crease creaseShippers creasaShIppers ereaseShippers
Shippers who attended tho hearmgs hearmgshere h heartngshere rtngs rtngsher
here her have bun especially interested in inChairman InChairman InChairman
Chairman Knapps remarks and Judge JudgeJudson JudgeJudson JudgeJudson
Judson C Co Clements later refutation of ofthem otthem ofthem
them as representing the views loWi of the theentire theentire theentire
entire body bodyClaim bodyCahu bodyClaim
Claim of Prejudice PrejudiceIt
It is claimed by tlwv the tItebltlppers Shippers that thatChairman thatChalnnan thatChairman
Chairman Knapps remarks placed him himin himtn himIn
in the light of being prejudiced to their theiroause theireauu theiraua
oause aua In their efforts to prove this the theppeech th6pe theipecch
ppeech pe h will be brought before tho body bodyand bodynd bodyand
and nd poMibly to the attention of tho Pres President Presldept ProsIdet ¬
ident according to reports current last lastntsrht lastI lastnight
night ntsrhtAttorney nllthtAttorney nightr
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r Attorney Brandeis would not discuss discussthis discussthis discussthis
this phase of the rate controversy yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday and left last nfcht n ht for New NewYork NewYork NowYork
York where ha will prepare arguments in inthe Inthe incite
the case Attorney Walter alter L Fisher Fisherof Ftsherot Fisherof
of Chicago who represents shipping in interests Intere8 intereits ¬
terests tere8 in the Middle Wo W Yest Qat t was Its rotict roticton rfttlclnt rotic6iton
on the subject too but that there is isan Isan Isan
an eruption due when the arguments are arepresented arepreseated arepresented
presented was conceded by others othersTo othersTo othersTo
To Chairman Knapp the story of the theuubrage theu4brace theukage
uubrage taken at his speech was naw nawi
1 do not believe bell the shippers after afterhaving afterhavlnc afterhavini
having digested my remarks are as astuch as1uch asueh
tuch ueh perturbed s they Ute first thought thoughtsaid thou thoughteald ht htsaid
said Judge Knapp K App last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The taking of ottGSUmony testimony ended yester yesterday ye yesterday ror rorday ¬
day The Investigation Just completed C completedq mpleted mpletedI
1 q the most comprehensive eompreh rwt18 that the In Interstate IntiTstate Interstatt ¬
terstate Commerce Commission has ever everundertaken everundertaken everundertaken
undertaken The carriers contend that thatupon thatUpon thatupon
upon the outcome of the investigation investigationdepends InvOtlUgnUondependa Invesugutlondepends
depends their future credit and well wellbeing weUbetnc weltbeing
being while the shippers have contended contendedtbat contendodthat contendedthat
that the Increases were not necessary necessaryCAUGHT niCeIoSaryCAUGHT necoesaryj necoesaryCAUGHT
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CAUGHT IN FOLDING BED BEDManA BED1nn
ManA > > 1nn 1111 Neck IK Broken and Hjla IIIs Wife WifeIs WifeIs
Is IVcarly lcarl cary Smothered SmotheredN SmotheredNew
N New ew w York Pec Pee 1 IBenjamin Benjamin Lott ott a adjril aJ ai1
J djril i1 engineer ehe ll r r of 45 5 West l 13th th streej streejnes etreetr treet treetff
ff r nes in the Ui Hirlaw n EiiIe lem Hospital with wltha a brokan brokanneck brok brokneck broknneck
neck and am with s SOtUWy arflly a chaneaiof ChanoG4 ot re ret r rowry rtoyery
t overy as a II result of being caugjft in a afolding aroldlD afolding
folding roldlD bad in his 110m home early rly today todayMr tGda7lri todayMrg
Mr Mrg lri Latt was also ls trapped by the ibefold ibefoldtng fold folding toldInc ¬
Inc otthe bod and was nearly smothered smotheredvhen smotheredwhen sutheredhen
when hen rescued The screams of the 1m 1mrrisoned Imrrloned mipr1sono
rrisoned woman aroused other occupants occupantsIn
In 1 n the house houseHIGH houseHIGH houseHIGH
HIGH PRICES FOR MSS MSSAutograph MSSt MSSAutoJrnl11 NSSUtOgrajb t
Autograph IVorU Worl of George Mere Meredith 3leredUb Meredith ¬
dith Sold at Sothbya SothbyaLondon SothbylAncJon SothbyiLondon
London Dec 1 1Sothbys Sothbys today sold a aremarkable n nrtrnarkable aremarkable
remarkable series of autograph manu manuscript manuscripta inanuscripts ¬
script of the late George Meredith They Theyleprewntod TheyIfpre Theyepreeented
leprewntod Ifpre ented every book published by Mr MrMeredith MrMeredith MrMeredith
Meredith between ISM 1 and tho time of
his death in I IMS The ThecoIJecUon collection realized realized1WG realizediJ946 realizedl946
iJ946 1WG The Tragic Coinedlans brought brought22ft broughtot
ot 22ft 2 One O Our
of Conquerors l2CO 3W a aportion aportion aportion
portion of the manuscript of Diana of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the CitHwwaym LIeS 113 i3 and The Tale Tal of ofChloe otChloe ofChloe
Chloe El71 El71rite 17L 17Lthe 171 171The
the rite Sothbys alM sold old a rare quarto of ofHuralat otHamJet ofHamlet
Hamlet for mcG 21t JK and a second s cond folio of ofthe otthe ofthe
the same sazn f tOr2M for r 70 Thackerays Gowns Gownsman Gownsrnanbrought Gownsman ¬
man rnanbrought brought o50 o50yrons 50 50Byrons 50Bymns
Byrons yrons Ode to Napoleon fetched tetchedtD fetched3O
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CANNON OA1NONWA1TED WANTED EATINS EATINSSpeaker ATmS I II ISpeaker ISpeaker I
Speaker Takes No Chance on Lunch Luncheon Luncheon Luncheon ¬
eon eon at Twain Meeting MeetingHew lUeetingNoW Meetingcw
Hew cw York Dec 1 IWhen When Uncle Joe JoeCannon Joel JoelCannQn JoeCannQn
CannQn reached rea lHlq the Belmont last last nlghf nlghiso i io
50 o ran the th story told at than UU hotel today todayafter todayafter I Ia
after a ler inscribing his name on the register registerhe j
he engaged the room cleric In conversa conversation converation ¬
tion tioni f
i Say what do you ou know about that thatMark thatMark thatMark
Mark Twain business tonight ho hoasked hoasked I Iaskod
asked The clerk knew little except e oopt that thatit I i iit
it was golng goJngto to je be e held h ld in Carnagle Hall HallAre HanAte HallAre
Are there going gOl g to be any any eatlns eatlnsl eatinsT eatinsTJe
l Je 110 > e inquired InqulredTh The clerk thought tbou ht not notWell notVell I IYen
Well I guess Ill go In and get come comedinner 50ruedinner sonedinner
dinner before I start tartup up there th ere said the tueSpeaker theSpeaker j
Speaker of the House reflectively re ectively But Butsay Butsay
say he hetidded added dded leaning over the counter counterI j jJ l
J guess if old Mark Twain himself had hadbad hadhad hadbad
bad anything to teds do with this there there would wouldhave wouldhaye wouldhave
have been some calms entln all right rightWIFES rightWIFES rightw1bJS
WIFES BULLET ATAL ATALMan ATALMan ATALMan
Man Died and Woman n Suicide SuicideFollowincr ulcldeI uIcidePoUovin
Followincr I < oUoUlnf Quarrel QuarrelConnellsvllle QuarrelconnellSVU1epa QuarrelConnellaville
Connellsvllle connellSVU1epa Pa Dec 1 Andrew AndrewHaas tpdrswHaas J1drew J1drewHans
Haas proprietor of the lie Hotol Haas in inWater InWater I IVater
Water street who wboas was shot last l st night by byhis byIlls byhis
his wife Julia who afterward atterward shot and andkilled andkl1ld andkilled
killed herself hersQ t died at the South Side Pri Private Privata Privato ¬
vate Hospital here thIs morning morningThe morningTho morningThe
The shotting took tookp1acc place In their living livingapartments Uvlngapartments livingapartments
apartments at the hotel and was the out outcome outcome outcome ¬
come of a n Quarrel Four children sur survive surv surviva ¬
vive v Haas was a prominent Elk and andhad andhad andhad
had lived bore for twenty years yearsIWAE yearsWAR yearsWAR
WAR ON ITALIAN ITAM CRIMINALS CBDOTA1SRome CRIMINALSRome CRIMINALSRome
Rome Deputy Want anb to Aid America Americafii
lit Punishing Them ThemRome TbemRome ThemRome
Rome Dec 1 1In In the Chamber of Depu Deputies Dcputies Deputies ¬
ties today Deputy Valvassori Peroni Per ant re referring reterrlng referring ¬
ferring to the Italian emigration to the theUnited theUnttod theUnited
United States said salllit It was most important importantowing ImDortantowing importantowing
owing to tl the millions mmons of dollars of ear savings earipgs av avwhich ¬
ings which find their way back to toualy toflaly I
ualy 1 l1y that the government intervene interveneHvith Intervenet1o Interveneith
Hvith ith the object of removing remo ing the bad badimpression badmnprcsalon
impression now prevailing in America Americaagainst Americaagainst Amorl a
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against Italians ItaliansThe UallansI ItaliansThe
The deputy quoted an editorial from the theNew theNow theNow
I Now York Sun in connection with the theYork themurder themurder
murder ot Lleut Petrosin Petrosino ot the New NewI Nc NcYprk
York police force and proposed tho In Institution Institution institution ¬
I stitution of A special corps of Italo ItaloAmerlcan ItaloAmerican talo taloAmtrlean
American police with the thoJbje Abject t of com combating comI cornbating ¬
bating Italian criminality crlmlnnUtyoaipeclnl1y dipeclally pecblly and andpreventing andprenntlng andpreventing
I preventing fugitives from justice from fromtlndlng fromn
tlndlng a refuge in the United States StatesSTAGE StattsI
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WANTS LLOYDGEORGE LLOYDGEOBGEVaudeville
I STAGE I IYnudedl1 Iaudevllle
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Vaudeville Offer Made to Chancellor Chancellorof
of the th Exchequer ExchequerNew ExchequerNew
I New York Dec 1 IIt If th thA Right Hon HonUoydGeorge HonLloydGeorge HonoydGeorge
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UoydGeorge the British jhancejler 3hanc Uer of ofthe orthe ofthe
the exchequer wants to qui Quit British pol politics polItics politics ¬
itics and British finaNce forf foz a time and andbegin andbegin andbegin
begin IJmehouslng In IUc i the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States he has the chance A wellknown wellknowntheatrical wol1k1owntheatrical wollktowntheatrical
theatrical firm firm this afternoon sent the thefollowing theroUowlng thefollowing
following cable to the distinguished distinguishedWelshman disUngulshedWeIhman JstlngulshedWa
Welshman Wa WeIhmanOffer WelshmanOffer hmmn hmmnorrer
Offer you new theater and guarantee guarantee1COO guarinteeLIjA
LIjA 1COO 1 OO week support for purpose organ organizing orJanbing organizing ¬
izing American campaign oonU1I to aid you youmgfcim yougAln you1n
mgfcim gAln 1n Tor orw ori < My M Mut at be twice daily from fromyour tromyour fromyour
your report reper1inJ vtt c on n LimeHousing lines lineswhich lineswhIch lineswidth
which novelty here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The peculiarly vigorous and original originalinvective originalInvectl6 originalinvective
invective which Mr LloydGeorge uses Ule in inhis InhlB inhi
his hi campaign speeches In attacking the theLords theLords theLords
Lords and wealthy men men generally lifts liftsbeen basbeen hasbeen
been termed Limehousing Llmehou lng everslnc everslnche ever since slncehe sinceha
he made a speech a few weeks wc ks ago in intha Intho intho
tho Limehouse secetion of the East End Endof Endof Endof
of London The theatrical firm that thatc thatCkblell thatcableZl
c Ckblell bI Q the offer thinks from the samples smnplesthat Sfmplethat samplesthat
that have been cabled to the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States that Limehousing on tho vaude vaudeville vaudeyule aude audeme ¬
yule me stage In this country would bo a agreater ngreatar agreater
greater drawing card cqrd than than George Ades Adesslapg AdesIJIlg Adosslang
slang slapgnnTTTTR IJIlgCOLLIER slangCOTT1T1l
nnTTTTR COLLIER CANNOT UNLOAD UNLOADUnlqne UNLOADunique UNLOADBaSque
unique Condition Confronts ConfrontOUl Officialsat Officials OfficialiUt lal8 lal8t
at t Naval Coaling Coalln Station StationNewport StatioDNewport StationNewport
Newport R It I Dec 1 IAfter After having havinglaid havingbud havinglaid
laid at anchor in Narragansett Bay off offthe of oftho offthe
the naval coallns coalin station at Bradford Bradfordfor Bradlordtor Bra4ordfor
for several days the news IJews naval n nave var coUler coUlerCyclops comer comerCyclops cotherCyclops
Cyclops hag ha been ordered or red to Hampton HamptonRoads HamptonR0ad8 HamptonRoads
Roads to be unloaded there by lighters lightersTha UghtersTha lightersThe
Tha Cyclops which Is the lateat addi addition addition addtion ¬
tion to the collier service t of the navy navycame navycame navycame
came to Narragansett Bay with ItOOO ItOOOtons 11oJOtons 11000tons
tons tons of coal for the coaling station On Onher Onher Onher
her arrival it Itwas was found that the dock dftckconstruction dckconstruction dockconstruction
construction of the boat was such that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she could could not be unloaded at tho station stationor
or any of tho other coaling stations On Onthis Onthis Onthis
this account a < count other orders had to be Issued Issuedby Issuedby issuedby
by the Navy Department t It is also un underod understood understood
derstood that the dePflrtment has or ordered ordered
dered changes In the plans of f colliers now nowunder nowundor nowunder
under construction which wero to have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been like the Cyclops so that a repetition repetitionof
of the trouble can c can n be avoided avoidedThe f fTha IThe
The collier will also be sent to some somenavy somenavy somenavy
navy yard for changes In the superstruc superstructure 8Upel5truoture auperstruoture ¬
ture and derricks
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GOLDEN OAK or orMAHOGANY orMAHOGANY orMAHOGANY
MAHOGANY FINISH FINISHPolished FINISHPolished FINISHPolished
Polished Extra Heavy Heavywith with Full FullSized FullSized FullSized
Sized Saddle Seat Is Regularly RegulrlySold RegulM1ySold RegularlySold
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An Attractive List of Grocery Bargains for forTODAY forTODAYAND I Ii
i TODAY TODAYAND AND SATURDAY SATURDAYi
L1 i We are ar offering some som particularly attractive prices on seasonable merchandise merchandiseand 4and we urge you to take advantage of the opportunity opportunityr fl fland
an and la lay id in a supply at these prices prices to last you for r some t time me The Cash Buyer is is the f one who is is in in a position j to profit i1 by these it cutprice cutpricesales cutpricej1 j jsales
j1 sales If you you are not already a apatroh patron of our stores it will pay you youhandsQmely handsomely to make a trial purchase at atthe the Sanitary Grocery Store Storenear Storentar Storenear
near your home h me I II
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Big Flour Flo rSpeclal rSpeclalCereta Special Specia1Cereta SpecialCereta
Cereta Best Patent Patent12lb Patent12lbbags
12lb 12lbbags 12lbbagsCalifornia bags bagsCalifornia 35 C CCalifornia
California Fig 100 and 15c 15cCitron 150CifronJ 15 15Fancy
Citron per pe Ib 20c 20cFancy 200i
Fancy Table Raisinsf Ralsin5 i pkg 18o 18oLayer 180Layer 18oSLayer
Layer Fifs l ilL 8 r J i20o i20oLarge 200 200La 20oLarge
Large La ge Prunes Prun 1 Ib 1bEvaporated 12o 12oEvaporated 12oEvaporated
Evaporated PeachesHb Peaches lb lblOc lblOcEvaporated 10c 10cEvaporated 100Evaporated
Evaporated Apricots Ib lb17c lb17cSeeded 17c 17cSeeded 170Seeded
Seeded Raisins 3 pkgs 25o 25oCleaned 250Cleaned 25oCleaned
Cleaned Currants pkg pk lOc lOcAtmores 100Atmores lOcAtmores
Atmores Mince Meat JLOo JLOoAtmores 40oAtmores 00 00Atmores
Atmores Plum Pudding I 2oo 2ooSoftshell 2 2oSoftshell o oSoft
Softshell Soft shell Walnuts Ib lb22c lb22cAlmonds 22c 22cAlmonds 220Almonds
Almonds soft shell t 22c 22cAlmonds 220t 2c 2cAlmonds
t
Almonds hard shell shell18o shell18oPecansJumbo f 18o 18oPecans 180Pecans
Pecans PecansJumbo Jumbo 15c 15cBrazils 150BrazilsJumbo 15cBrazilsJumbo
Brazils BrazilsJumbo Jumbo Ib 15c 15cMixed 1501ixed
Mixed 1ixed Nuts per Ibr l lj 12ifto 12iftoBulk 12120B 12o 12oBulk
Bulk B lk Starch 3 lbs for forlOc forlOcPkg slOc slOcPkg 100 100Pkg
Pkg Search St rch pkg 4o 4oGold 40Gold 4oGold
Gold Medal iedal Syrup 90 9cGold 90Gold 90Gold
Gold Medal edal Syrup 5lb 5lbcans 5lbGold 5lbGold
cans 18c 18cGold
Gold Dust 2c and 4c 4cGrandmas 40Grandmas 4cGrandmas
Grandmas Powder 2c and 14c 14cIvory 140Ivory 14cIvory
Ivory Soap SoapBen 4VoC 4VoCBen V20 V20Ben
Ben Hur per er cake 4c 4cFels c cFels
Fels Soap 2 for 96 96Sanitary 9 9Sanitary 9cSanitary
Sanitary Borax Soap 3 for lOc 10cTiger 100Tiger lOcTiger
Tiger Borax Soap cake 4cv 4cvOld 40Old 4cOld
Old Dutch Cleanser 9c 9cStar 90Star 9cStar
Star Naptha aptha Powder Powder414c Powder414cSapolo 4 V20 V20Sapoho 0 0Sapoho
Sapoho cake cakeCrystal 90 90Crystal 90Crystal
Crystal Domino Sugar Sugari8c SUgflr18c
i8c 18c and 45c 45cSkipper 450Skipper 45cSkipper
Skipper Sardines dozenj dozen
125 can 12o 12oBeechnut 120Beechnut
Beechnut Bacon dozen
330 jar 30c 30cErie 300Erie
Erie Bacon BaconJ dozen 225 225jar 225jar 225jar
jar 22o 22oCottolene 220Cottolene 22oCottolene
Cottolene small 30c 30cCottolene 300ottolene 30cCottolene
Cottolene ottolene large 580 58oWessons 580Ve5sons 580rqsQfls
Wessons rqsQfls Snowdrift S > > owdrift Oil OiL 30o
WHITES HITES PAYTR1BOTE PAYTR1BOTEAT PAY TRIBUTE TRIBUTEAT
AT NEGRO WEDDING WEDDIMDurhams WEDDINGDurhams EDDiQ EDDiQDurhams
Durhams Wealthiest We lthiest Black BlackMan BlackMan BlackMan I
Man Takes a Bride BrideDurham BrideDurham BrideDurham
Durham N C Dec I IThe The most no notable notabl notable ¬
table tabl negro wedding In North Carolinas Carolinashistory Caro1tnashistory Carolinashistory
history was solemnized aol mnlzed this afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when Dr P H Williams of Raleigh Raleightook RaleightOQkJrom Raleightookjrom
took tOQkJrom rom Durham Its belle Miss iiss Geneva GenevaBelle GeDQvaBeUe GenevaBelle
Belle Merrick daughter of John Merrlok Merrlokknown Merrlokknown Merriokknown
known as The The Black Duke of Durham DurhamThis DurhamThis DurhamThis
This sobriquet was won by tho citys citysleading cltsleading citysleading
leading Industrial spirit through his won wonderful wondertul wonderful ¬
derful success Fifteen years ago he was wasbarber wasbarber wasa
a barber Today Toda he is the second secondwealthiest secondwealthIest secondwealthiest
wealthiest black man in Durham and is ispresident lipresldent i ipresident
president of tho largest negro insurance insurancecompany Insurnncecompany insurancecompany
company in the world built up solely by byhis byhis byhis
his genius geniusThe geniusThe geniusThe
The wedding eddlng took place pla e in St Josephs JosephsA
A M E Church farfamed as the hand handsomest handlomest handsornast ¬
somest colored place of worship In North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
Carolina Prominent In the center aisle aislewas aislewas aislevss
was vss a block of the best white people in inDurham InDurham InDurham
Durham The Merrick home hom was crowded crowdedwith crowdedwith crowdedwith
with handsome gifts many of them from fromwhites fromWhites fromwhites
whites one of especial value coming comingfrom comingfrom comingfrom
from W W Fuller of ffew cw York chief chiefcounsel chle chlecounsel chiefcounsel
counsel for the American Tobacco Com Company Company Cornpony ¬
pany panyThe panyTheweddlng ponyThewedding
The Theweddlng wedding ceremony was performed performedby
by Rev Re Dr J B JackSon Rev Dr G GW GW Gw
W Adams and Rev Dr A J Wilson WilsonA
A bridal chorus of the brides friends friendssrng friendssrng friendssrng
4
srng the chorus from Lohengrin Men Mendelssohns Mendelssohns Mendelssohus ¬
delssohns march was used as a reces recessional recesslonal recesSional ¬
sional Prom Fro 1 the church the th party arty went wentto wentto wentto
to the homa of the brides father and andmother andmother andmother
mother where an elaborate reception receptionwas receptionwas receptionwasheld
was washeld washeldWEDS held heldWEDS heldWEDS
WEDS MOTHERS CHAUFFEUR CHAUFFEUR3Has
JIbs Blanche Malone l1 loneJ Former Stu Student Student Student ¬
dent at Mount fount Vernon Seminary SeminaryFairmont Seminar SeminarFalrmont SeminaryFairmont
Fairmont W Va Dec DecIlIlss lrMIss Blanche BlancheMalone BlancheMalone BlancheMalone
Malone who until recently was a student studentat
at Mount Vernon Seminary at Washing Washington Washirgton ¬
ton IB the bride of Al cl 1 Saunders of Bal Baltimore B BhI BhItimore l ltimore ¬
timore who was employed as Mrs LYdia LydlaMalones LYdiaMalones LydiaMalones
Malones chauffeur chauffeurI chauffeurThe
a I The marriage ceremony c rlmony wag performed performedIn
In Baltimore on October 29 and the ut utmost utmost Utmost ¬
most care was taken to keep It a secret secretSaunders secretSaunders secretSaunders
Saunders left here several weeks ago afgotelling agotelling go gotemng
telling his friends that he was going to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent a big automobile company in inthe 1nthe inthe
the West WestThe VVestThe WestThe
The next report that reached r hed here was wasthat Wanthat
that lhat he and Miss Malone hvere wero ere married marriedReport marriedReport marriedRport
Report of tho marriage wa3 wds W13 confirmed at atthe atthe atthe
the Malone home today todayPAYS to todnPAYS Iyj IyjPAYS
PAYS INHERITANCE TAX TAXMrs TAXIrs TAXMra
Mrs Irs Thomas F Walsh Orders Orler Her HerAttorney HerAttornc 11crtttoriieys
Attornc Attorney to Drop Fight FightDenver FightDenvor FightDenver
Denver Colo Cob Dec 1 tThe The widow wido v of ofThomas ofThomas It ItThomas
Thomas F Walsh the Colorado mining miningman miningman 1tnlngman
man who left 6000700 6000000 has ordered her herattorneys hernttornesto herattorneys
attorneys nttornesto to drop the legal fight with withthe withthe withthe
the State and pay the SGOOOOinhedtanco SGOOOOinhedtancoi 60000 Inheritance Inheritancetax
i tax taxIn taxIn taxIn
In his will air sIr Walsh etatedxthat stated that t he heColorado hewas hewas
was a resident ot Washington WashingtonD 1 c cColorado CColorado
Colorado claimed Mr Walsh was vas a iL a citi citizen cltIzen citizen ¬
zen zen at tH time timeot of his death The exr exreci ex excel excci
cel eci ors or contacted c 1tClSted tho ho claim claimDanville clnlmDanvJJle cinimDanclile
Danville Franchise Not for Sale SaleSpecial SaleSpedtI SaleSpedtl
Special to The Washington Waeh1D Wn Herald HeraldJynchburg HmIdrynchburg Uerad7ynchburg
Jynchburg Va Dec De l 1JThe The announce announcement anqourice anqouricement announcemeat ¬
ment from Danville that th t the franchise franchisethere tr franchisethere ncblse ncblsethere
there In the Virginia League eague is not not for forsale torsale forsale
sale seems to dispose dls ose Of further specula speculation speculation speculaUon ¬
tion as to prospective changes on the clr circuit clrcult clrcult ¬
cult of the league for the 1911 season seasonFlrnt seasonFIrAt seasonFirst
First Topy Top Dead DeadNew DeadNew DeadNew
New Haven Conn ConnDee Dec De l IThe The first firstTopsy nrstI nrstTopsy firstTopsy
Topsy who created tho part In the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
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original company of Uncle UncleTorns Toms Cabin Cabinwill Cablnwll1 Cabinwill
will bo buried burtf < t here tomorrow She is isMrs IsMrs isMrs
Mrs Julian Wyatt in her h r day da famous as asan as asan asan
an actress shodled at the age ageoteJghty ageoteJghtyscven ageof of eighty eightyseven eightyseven
seven She played Topsy tor q many manyseasons ma manyseasons 1y 1yseaO
seasons seaO
TwoBigSpecialValuesforTodaySaturday T Two wn Big Special Values Values for Today Saturday
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The lowest quotations of the year These are areNice areNice arcNice
Nice Lean Lightweight Hams something you youwill youwill youvil1
will want On sale this morning Come early earlythe earlythe earlythe
the demand d mand will be great No doubt all will be besold besold besold
sold today but if any are unsold will continue continueat
at the same price Saturday SaturdayCOME SaturdayCOlVIE SaturdayCOME >
COME IN AND LOOK THEM FHE HEvI il OVER
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be higher soon Bushel 70c 70cpcck peck
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I Pure Lard tub 850 Ib lbCompound 15c 15cCompound
Compound lard tub 660 Ib 12c 12cCottolene 120Cottolene
Cottolene small 30c large 58c 58cGuaranteed 580G11aran
Guaranteed G11aran eed Selected Eggs doz u 30c 30cPet 300Pet
Pet Milk large case 420 can ap to 9c 9cPet 90Pet 9oPet
Pet Milk 1i1k small per can cat caiiagIe 5p 5pEagle 50Eagle
Eagle agIe Milk dozen 165 165can can 150 150Challenge 150 150Challenge 15oChallenge
Challenge Milk doz 125 can 12c 12cAunt 12 12AUtlt
Aunt Jemina J emina Products 9c 9cQuaker 90Quaker 9oQuaker
Quaker Oats pkg 90 9cHeckers 90Heckers 90Heckers
Heckers Cream Farina pkg 14c
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NOT ETHEL ETHELLENEVE ETHELLENEVEMiss LENEVE LENEVEMiss LENEVEMiss
Miss Allen on Majestio Majestic Unlike UnlikeCrippeiis UnlikeCrippens UnlikeCrippens I
Crippens Sweetheart SweetheartNew Sweet eart eartNew
New York Dec L lWnen When the White WhiteStar VhitaStar bIte bIteStar
Star liner Majestic docked today her herofficers herofficers
officers said that Miss Ethel thel Leneve L nev Dr DrII
II H Crippena companion mpanion In his flight flightto tllghtto flightto I I
to Ctmada was not on board It had hadbeen hadbeen j jbeen i
been cabled that a Miss Alton who whoboarded whoboarded
boarded the steamer at Southampton Southamptonwa Southampton Southamptonvab I I
wa wa1J the young woman but Miss Allen Allendenied AlIen1 I
denied this although she declined to say saywhera saywber saywhera
whera her homo h nto was wasShe wuShe vaeShe
She is no way resembles the descrip description de8crlpUonot description ¬
tion Uonot of Miss Leneve LeneveHARMON LeneveKABMOi
I IHAltMON
HARMON KABMOi TO OPPOSE 3ISHOP 3ISHOPContent llISHOPContet BISKOPContest
Content Anticipated Antlclp ted In Election at atAmerican ntAmerl atAmerltn
American Amerl an Aero Club ClnbNew ClubNew ClubNew
New York Dec 1 tThe The election of ofofficers ofofficers ofofficers
officers of the national council of the theAero theero theAero
Aero ero Club of America to be held at the theWaldorfAstoria theWaldortAstorla theWaldorfAstoria
WaldorfAstoria on December Dee mbtr 6 prom promises promiseS promises ¬
ises to provide a 8 contos between fac factions factions factions ¬
tions Clifford B Harmon th fbi present presentchairman pr presentchairman sent sentchairman
chairman of the organization and Cort Cortlandt Cortlandt CortIandt
landt Field Bishop formerly president pr 6ldent of ofthe ofth6 ofthe
the Aero Club of America each have havesupporters haesupporters havesupporters
supporters for leadership leadershipIt
It is understood that the Aero clubs of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore Pittsfield Washington W hlngton and andthe andthe andthe
the New England Aero Club are among amongthose amongthose amongthose
those which favor Mr Bishop while the theclubs theclubs theclubs
clubs of3Kansas or Jansas city Philadelphia Chi Chicago Chlcago Chicago ¬
cago and Buffalo will wlUlnstruct instruct their dele delegates delegates ddegates ¬
gates to vote for Harmon One of the theobjections theobJecUbns theobjectibna
objections put forth by those opposing opposingMr opposingMr opposingMr
Mr Bishop Is tha that he spends the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of his time in Europe Others hold holdthat holdthat holdthat
that thiS is an advantage advantageTELEGRAPH advantageTELEGRArH advantageTELEGEAPK
TELEGRAPH TELEGRArH BRIEFS BRIEFSChicago BRIEFSChi BRIEFSCbiaio
Chicago Chi a u Dec Dee lTbe price of sauerkraut will be behigher beer behigher
higher er in 1911 because of a sfeortace IB the cabbage cabbagecrop C3hb3 C3hb3crop cabbageInterlaken
crop cropInterlaken cropInterlaken
Interlaken N Y Dec 1 IA A blizzard Is raring f1llln In Inthis inthis Inthis
this port of the Adirondack t today < hdif Six inchu of ofsnow ofenow olnow
snow have fallen already and trains arc running runninglate nmninglate running runningLute
late The mercury u down to 25 > 5 > abore bore zero zeroMahoney zeroMahimy ero eroMahunP1
Mahoney City Pa Dec 1 tWhile VhOe repairing repaJrl a abroken abroken abroken
broken steam ripe 1IP at the city light plant today todayClaude todayClaude todayClaude
Claude Elaine an electrician was killed when the thepipe thephJCI thepipe
pipe exploded His m body was cz blown twenty feet feetChicago featChicago Nt NtChicago
Chicago Dec 1 IPlace Peace in the wren weeks strike strikepf strikef atrikeof
pf f Chicagos 40000 OOO garment workers seem eom 1m certain certainto oerlA1Dto certainto
to be declared tomorrow through the mediation m tlon of ofthj ofthll ofha
thj ha due strike coramittte oamn ttle headed by Mayer Mar r Busses Busseseitmlnster BIWVestmJIUtn BuasoWestLnln3ter
VestmJIUtn eitmlnster Md Dec 1 IThe The appearance of ofacarlet ofecarlet ofacailet
acarlet fever at Western Marylaad 1 > Ulaad College has hascaused bucaused ha hanused
caused the suspension of f classes oIass until after afu the theholiday thehoUda1 thebolidly
holiday vacation There are fire cases aes of the dlesand d1seueaDd dles 1iseueand
and one suspect suspectBelair smpectJclaU atapectBcltr
Belair Md d Dee De L LEHepllen Stephen Smart colored col colarulcharged coloredcharged nd ndchargtd
charged with killing kUlin HUza lz Srewn r rawn wn colored wai waifound wufound we wefound
found guilty of c rourd murder r in the second ea > nd degree by the theju theMY thejui
ju MY r here this morning The woman w woinaz was killed kllle in ina 1Da Ina
a drunken brawl brawlChicago brwlCblC3Jo brawlCbiuago
Chicago Dec L Le New beef bet trust indictments ar arto art artto arato
to be drawn up W S Kenyan tfIYOD Assistant Attorney AttorneyGeneral AtWmtyGeneral AttarneyGeneral
General of the United States and Oliver E Pagtn Pagtnthe raginthe Paginthe
the porerrimenta em1nenta indictment expert are expected expectedfrom expectedfrom expectedfroni
from Washington shortly to prepare the govern governmenli IrOTernmen goyernmenVe
menli men case caseLondon CASeLondon cmeeLnndon
London Dec 1 lThe The most notable exhibition of ofcolonial ofcolonial ofcolonial
colonial fruita and vegetables ever seen In In Londftn Londftnwas Lon Londfinwe n nwas
was we opened today und under r the au aJlltlces i ices of the th Royal RoyalHorticultural RQalnorUcuJtunl floyalUortkailtural
Horticultural Society Sir Cdnartl Grey G aecretary secretaryof
of o state 5ta for foreign affaire frill delivered the oddres oddresformally ctddresjformally
formally opening opennjz the exhibition exhibitionAtlanta exhiUtfonAUanta exhiUttonAtlanta
Atlanta Oil Jai Dec IThe The high cost CG t of living has hasforced hasforced baaforced I
forced M I J Breman to pawn his coffln Some Sometimovago Sometime SonictInioago
timovago time ago Breman bought a coffin for his own use usebecause mebeeluse usebeesuse
because be could pick it up at a bargain To Today Todar Today ¬
day howem h wCffr he needed some money and he had hadthe badthe hadthe
the coffin carted to a pawnshop pawnshopRocky pawnshopRocky pawnshopBecky
Rocky Mount Va D DfCt Dec clA P1A lA handsome monu monument monument menunsent ¬
ment Erected 4 in 11 memory memM of 0 the Confederate soldier soldierof iOld1erst soldIersnt
of t > f Franklin County wax WI unveiled today tOod with im impreasive imprefS1re mmpressice
preasive ceremonies and in the presence of a large largethrong lmethrong largethrong
throng oftspectatora off eCtatou Samuel TO W Williams attoifrey attoifreygeneral att attheygeneral te1 te1gtu
general gtu = ra1 of Virginia delivered the oration of therfay therfayWill th theslayWill q qVIII
Will Prote Protest t Aero Avmrcl AvmrclParis Afurt1Par AcynrtlParis
Paris Par Dec L LAt At a meetl meeting g held this thisevening thisevening thisevening
evening the Aero Club of o France decided decidedto
to support tho action of the Royal R al Aero AeroClub AcreClub AcroClub
Club of Great Britain In presenting a aprotest aprotest aprotest
protest to the International Aeronautical AeronauticalFederation AeronauticalFederation AeronauticalFedetation
Federation against agal 1st the award of the theStatue theStatl theStatue
Statue ot Liberty prize prlz of 010000 SIOOOO to John JohnB JohnMolsant JohnMoisant
B Molsant The Th English club made mad the theprotest theprotest theprotest
protest at the request of Claude Grit GraI Orahame GrithameWhite
I hameWbite hame White
Ocean Steamship SteamshipNew StenmnshipsNew
New York Dec D L LAmvoo Arrived out Rotterdam at atPlymouth atP11mOO1b atPlymouth
Plymouth Teutonic tQn1 at t Chcrboure Qh boul1r George Geo re Wash Washington
ington at atSaiIc4 Bremen BremenSailed Dmncnn I
Sailed n from foreign ports Adriatic from Queens Queenstown Queenstom Qneontown
town JluiaeJjaha from LpttJoa I
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Lb LbAlways Butter 32c 32cAlways C
Always on the alert for bargains that will willplease willplease willplease
please our patrons we pound found a special lot of ofFancy ofFancy ofFancy
Fancy Creamery Butfer that we are going to sell selltoday sellt selltoday
today t < Friday at the above low lo v price There Therewont Therwont Therewont
wont be enough to supply the demand so order orderearly orderear1t orderearly
early today so that you may be sure to get a aJot aJot alt
Jot lt of thisfan this fancy ybutter butter
Walter Talter Bakers Cocoa can 20c 20cWalter 200Vatter
Walter Bakers Chocolate can 17c 17cQuaker 170Quaker
Quaker Hominy Grits 8c and 18o 18oHead 180II 18oHead
Head II d Rice 6c 8c 10 lOc 100Jap lOcJap < r rJap
Jap Rice whole grain Ib 5c 5cThe 50The
The Original Rice RiceBREAD Rice RiceBREAD Ri e eBREAD
BREAD BREADOn
On Sale at All Our Stores StoresPreferred StoresPreferred StoresPreferred
Preferred by many man over any other bread sold soldAsk soldr soldrAs soldAsk
Ask As About It Today
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II
PROBE RUBBER TRUST TRUSTFederal TRUSTFederal
Federal Authorities Listen to Comi Comiplaists Com ComplairIts Coinplaiuts
plaists of Dealers DealersChicago DealersChicago DealersChicago
Chicago Dec 1 IFederal Federal invcstlgaUpn invcstlgaUpninto Inve tlgatJpn tlgatJpnInto
into the existence of a colossal rubber rubbertrust rbbertrust rubbertrust
trust representative of millions of dollars dollarsand dollarsand
and controlling the vast rubber tir tire fc 1tt bul bulbees l lnoss
bees of this country oouritl which has boon car carried c car carned r ¬
ned on secretly in tho East was under underway underway underway
way in Chicago today toflayJoseph to todayJoseph a
Joseph Darting special agent ag nt of the theUnited UteUnited theUnited
United States Department of Justice who whocame whocame MO MOcame
came to Chicago Tuesday admitted the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth of the he statement but refused to togive togive togive
give specific specl e facts The investigation it itis ItIs itis
is said was started by the government on onthe onthe onthe
the complaint of hundreds of nontrust nontrustautomobile nontrustautomobile nontrustautomobile
automobile firms selling rubber tires who whocomplained whocomplained whosomplained
complained they had been blacklisted blacklistedby
by the combine and their business ruined ruinedChicago ruinedChicago ruinedChicago
Chicago representatives of the rubber rubberfirms rubberfirms rubberfirms
firms under investigation today declared declaredthat deolaredthat declaredthat
that they had no knowledge of any so socalled Mcaned socalled
called rubber trust trusti that they had not noteven notoven noteven
even heard that the government was in investigating InvestigaUng investigating ¬
vestigating the rubber business businessEMMA busln6 busln6EMMA businesst businessEMIIrA
t EMMA GOLDMAN BAHRED I IIiidianapolia JIndlanapoU IIndianapolis
Indianapolis Police Will In Not Permit PermitHer PermitHer PermitHer
Her to Lecture LectnreIndianapolis LectureIndianapolis LectureIndianapolis
Indianapolis Dec 1 IEmma Emma Goldman Goldmananarchist Goldmananarchist Goldmananarchist
anarchist will not be permitted to speak speakIn zspeakIn speakIn
In Indlanapoll according tOfSuparlnfon tOfSuparlnfona t toSuporintondent Suporlnon Suporlnondent
dent ot Police Hyland who to today day denied deniedu
a request that she be permitted to deliver delivera
a lecture in the city cityHer cllyHor cityHer
Her representative reprcsen tIe called on Mayor MayorShank MaorShank MayorShank
Shank who notified no fied x him through the themayors themaors themayors
mayors secretary that the mayor Jfta Or did didnot dh dhnot didnot
not care to talk with any representative representativeof
of Emma GoldmaI that tile matter of ofher other ofher
her speaking here was wholly In the thehands thehands thehands
hands of the police policeNEWSPAPERS polleeNEWSFAFERS policeNEWSPAPERS
NEWSPAPERS TO BE SOLD SOLDThree SOLDTbree SOLDThree
Three Indiana Properties Offered at atNot atNot atNot
Not Less Than S1i75000 S1i75000Indianapolis 1175OOO n11SOOOIndlanapolls 1175OOOIndianapolis
Indianapolis Dec 1 1Theo Thoo properties of oftho otthQ ofth
tho th Star Publishing Company consisting consistingof
of the Indianapolis Star tho Muncie MunclsStar MuncieStar MuncieStar
Star and the Terre Haute Star all allmorning aUmornIng allmorning
morning dallies dalIle daIllewere were ordered sold by the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal court today torIay the receiver to of offer otfer oficr ¬
fer the three three for sale after sixty days daysnotice daysnottcc daysnotice
notice It Is provided that the thepropcrtr thepropcrtrshall property propertyshall propertyshall
shall be sold free of all other claims claimsthese a athese if iftheHe
these are to be paid out of the proceeds proceedsaccept proceedspf roceeds roceedspr
pr the sal saiL Tho Th Vtaster iiaster Is Instructed to tonccegt toaccept
accept no bid of 1 1the Jess than 11i5000 and andthe andthe
the property Is to be o sold as an entirety entiretyJUDGE entiretyJUDGE entiretyJUDGE
JUDGE J r B DILL DEAD DEADProminent DEADProminent DEADProminent
Prominent Corporation Lawyer Suc SuccumJjs Succumbs Suecumba
cumJjs at Orange Or l1l e N J JNew JNew JNew
New York Dec L LJudgo Judge James Brooics BroksDll1 BrocsDill BrooicsDill
Dill who resigned from the New Jersey JerseyCourt JerseyCourt JerseyCourt
Court of Errors and Appeals ten days daysago daysago daysago
ago died at his homo In Orange at 1 1I Ioclock 1oclock
I oclock this morning tnornlngI iuornlngHe morningHe
He gave up a corporation law la w practice practiceIn
I In New York In which he had amassed amasseda ainasse ainassea
a large fortune to go on the bench benchYears benchYears benchYears
Years ago he had much to do with tram framing tramIng traming ¬
ing the corporation laws which gave gaveNew gaveNew gaveNew
New Jersey the name of dT11e The Home of oftho ottho ofthe
tho Trusts TrustsPetersburg TrustsPetcr TrustsPetersburg
Petersburg Petcr burg Pastor Dead DeadPetersburg DenclPetersburg DeadPetersburg
Petersburg Va Dec 1 IRey Rev F L L Ed Edwards I3dward Idwards ¬
wards of the Virginia Methodist Confer Conference Conter Conterence Centerence ¬
ence died last night at the home hm of his hisdaughter hisdaughter hisdaughter
daughter Mrs W F Freeman at Stony StonyCreek StonyCreek StonyCreek
Creek Va Mr Edwards was wa eighty eightyeight el11tyeight eightyeight
eight years old He had retired from the theministry tbeministry theministry
ministry on account of age He is sur survived SUrIvcd survived ¬
vived Ivcd by two sons sonsand and a n daughter daughterCASTOR daugl1terCASTORIA daughterCASTOR
CASTOR CASTORIA CASTORIAorInfants I IA IAPor A APor
Por orInfants Infants and aii Children ChildrenThe ChildrenThe ChildrenThe
The Kind You Have Always Bought BoaghtBears BoughtBoars
Bears the s
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SiiWlture of
Last week I visited A PUB PUBLISHERyone PU PUBLISHEROne
LISHERyone LISHERa LISHEROne ne of 1her Thjrnb1ishs Thjrnb1ishswho ublisheijs ublisheijswho ublishif1S ublishif1Swho
who accepts acc accts ts these thesecfdverti 2dvertfeing axlvertiingtalks 2dvertfeingtalks ing ingtalks
talks because they are in line linewith linewith lineWith
with his policy policyjust just as they are arcin arein arein
in line with the policies of all allother aUother allother
other publishers who print them themI
I have hav known in a general way wayhow wayhow wayhow
how PUBLISHERS ARE AREGUARDING AREGUARDING AREGUARDING
GUARDING THE INTER INTERESTS INTERESTS INTERESTS
ESTS OF THEIR READERS READERSby
by refusing refu g to print untrust untrustworthy untrustvorthy untrustworthy ¬
worthy advertisements but I Inever Inever Inever
never realized the extent to towhich towhich tovhicli
which publishers are going in inthis inthis inthis
this line until my 1ll visit to this thisparticular thisparticular tillsparticular
particular publisher publisherHe publisherHe publisherHe
He forbids the use of his name namebecause namebecause namebecause
because he says he does not want wanta
a golj gol medal pinned to his coat coatlapel coatlapel coatlapel
lapel just because he is trying to todo todo todo
do his duty dutyHe
He showed me in closets in his hisoffice hisoffice hisoffice
office all sorts of things that lIe hehad lIehad lIehad
had bought for the purpose of ofanalysis ofanalysis ofanalysis
analysis There were were bottles of ofpickles ofpickles ofpickles
pickles arid ketchup all sorts of ofcandies ofcandies ofcandies
candies wines c call all of which whichhad whichhad whichhad
had been analyzed and found to tobe tobe tobe
be impure impureThe
The manufacturers of these thesearticles thesearticles thesearticles
articles have all been told the thefacts thef thefacts
facts f cts and have been advised that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they cannot advertise in his news newspaper newspaper newspaper ¬
paper paperIn paperIn paperIn
In a scrapbook which he keeps keepsfor keepsfor keepsfor
for his own information are past pasted pasted pasted ¬
ed proofs of advertisements that thathave thathave thathave
have been rejected because they theyare theyare theyare
are not the kind he will permit to togo togo togo
go before the readers of his pub publication pubication publication ¬
lication
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Large Bottle Gold Leaf LeafSyrup LeafSyrup
Syrup for forSells r 20 C
Sells elsewhere at 30 cents centsFlour centsFlour centsFlourin
Flour Flourin in Barrels BarrelsAsk BarrelsAsk BarrelsAsk
Ask for Special Low Price on onR onR onR
R C Best Patent Flour A Afortunate Afortunate Afortunate
fortunate purchase enables us to tooffer tooffer J Joffer
offer you the biggest flour snap snapof snapof snapof
of the season seasonNo seasonNo seasonNo
No 1 cans Trusty Friend FriendPeas FriendPeas rriendPeas
Peas dozen 95c can10c can10cSilver can lOc 100Silver lOcSilver
Silver Label Peas case
210 can 10c 10cSchrivers 100Schrivers
Schrivers Early Sweet Sw et Peas Peasdozen PeasJ PeasJdozen Peasdozen
dozen 125 can can121o can121oSchrivcrs 42oSchrivers 42o 12120Schrivers
Schrivers Al Petit Pois PoisPeas PoisPeas PoisPeas
Peas dozen 185 can8c can8cGolden can 180 180Gold 180Golden
Golden Gold n Harvest Succotash Succotashi Succotashdozen
i dozen d zen 125 can 12o 12oNo 120No
No 1 cans Tomatoes dozen dozen50c dozen50c dozen50c
50c can 6c 6c4Qc 504c Sc4k
4Qc Libbys White Aspara Asparagus Asparagus Aparagus ¬
gus dozen 295 can28o can28o50c can 280 28050c 28oSOc
50c Giant Peeled Asparagus Asparagusthe
the finest goods obtain obtainable obtainable obtainable ¬
able dozen 365 can 35o 35o30c 35030c 35o30c
30c Brookdale Asparagus Asparagusdozen Asparagusdozen Asparagusdozen
dozen 225 can 20c 20c30c 20030c
30c No 1 i Libbys Li bys Aspara Asparagus Asparagus Asparagus ¬
gus dozen 265 can 25o 25o40c 25040c 25c4Cc
40c Libbys Green Aspara Asparagus Asparagus Asparagus ¬
gus dozen 295 can 28c 28c30c 28030c 28cSOc
30c Keystone Peaches dozen
230 can 20c 20c30c 20c30c
30c Keystone keystone Pears dozen dozenIt dozenJ dozenJI
It I 230 can an eo 20c 20c30c 20030c
30c Keystone Cherries Cherriesdozen CherriesJ Cherriesdozen
dozen 230 can 20c 20cGolden 200Golden
Golden Harvest Maine faine Corn Corndozen Comdozen Corndozen
dozen 125 can 12c 12cGolden 12eGolden
Golden Harvest Lima Beans Beansdozen Beansdozen Beansdozen
dozen 125 can 12c 12cOur 120Our
Our OurNo30 OurNo30is No 30 30is 30is
is the most Satisfactory Coffee Coffeeyou Coff Coffeeyou c cou
you ou can buy It will please the themost themost the28c
most exacting Per PerIb <
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ADVERTISING TALKS TALKSWRITTEN TALKSWRITTEN
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WRITTEN BY WILLIAM C FREEMAN I
He does not show this tI1 s book to toparade toP4rad toprade
parade Jiis hisvjftties viftiies irt es but he dbos dbosshow dOQ dOQsh doasshow
show sh w it to illustrate how hard it itis itis itis
is to sift the wheat from the thechaff thechaff thechaff
chaff because many of the adver advertisements advertisements advertisenlents ¬
tisements on O their face look all allright allright allright
right but THEY COULD NOT NOTCHECK NOTCHECK NOTCHECK
CHECK UP ON INVESTIGA INVESTIGATION INVESTIGATION INVESTIGAnON ¬
TION TIONThe TIONThe nONThe
The publisher has found that thatoccasionally thatoccasionally thatoccasionally
occasionally advertisements have havebeen bavebeen havebeen
been specially written for his pub publication publicationwritten publicationwritten ¬
lication licationwritten written so cleverly that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they appeared genuine But the thesystem thesystem thesystem
system system he has in his office general1y gen generally generally ¬
erally detects these pretenders to tointegrity tointegrityand tointegrityand
integrity integrityand and their advertise advertisements advertisements advertisements ¬
ments are refused refusedWhile refusedVhile refusedWhile
While I was in the publishers publishersoffice publishersoffice publishersoffice
office the advertising director of ofa ofa ofa
a big firm dropped in He told toldme toldme toldme
me that this same publisher had hadonce hadonce hadonce
once upon a time sent him a no notice notice notice ¬
tice notwithstanding he was wasspending wasspending wasspending
spending with him about 100
000 a year to the he following ef effect effect effect ¬
fect
Your grocery department is isCROOKED isCROOKED isCROOKED
CROOKED STRAIGHTEN STRAIGHTENIT
IT OUT OUTThe OUTThe OUTThe
The firm instead of resenting resentingthe resentingthe resentingthe
the message and stopping adver advertising advertising advertising ¬
tising STRAIGHTENED IT ITOUT 11OUT ITOUT
OUT selling only onl articles that thatare thatare thatare
are GUARANTEED TO BE BEPURE BEPURE BEPURE
PURE PUREArent PUREArent PUREArent
Arent ALL STRAIGHT AD ADVERTISERS ADVERTISERS ADVERTISERS ¬
VERTISERS BENEFITED by bythe bythe bythe
the attitude of this publisher publisherAnd publisherAnd publisherAnd
And the number of honest ad advertisers advertisers advertisers ¬
vertisers is very great because becausehis becausehis becausehis
his paper is filled to the muzzle muzzlewith muzzlewith muzzleWitll
with advertising
ITO TO BE CONTINUED CONTINUEDUSEFUL CO GOhTINUEDUSEFUL TINUED TINUEDtt
tt U UUSEFUL
USEFUL FEET FEETMy FEETj FEETl1y FEETM1y
j
My M1y I feet are broad and andflat flat and large and either shoe might be bea bea bea
a barge My feet are always in my way I stumble oer them every everyday everyday everyday
and nd all I at feet feetIve feetIve J JIve
day the people that meet are ever looking my
Ive heard h ard them saying as they passed that Cinderella is out outclassed outclassed outclassed ¬
classed I gaze gaie upon UOll my trilbys wide wideJ and oft my bosom swells swellswith swellswith swellswith
with pride for though they look like hods of bricks Ive trained trainedthem trainedthem trainedthem
them to some useful tricks If theres a sick man needing aid those thosefeet thosefeet thosefeet
feet will give a astreet street parade and hasten to his humble door that thatI
I may do some helpful chore If theres a neighbor plunged plung d in ill ir woe woethose woethose woethose
those blamed old trilbys seems seems to know and they go scorching scorchingdown scorchingdown scorchingdown
down the road that I may ease that neighbors load If I theres a asane asane asane
sane and helpful plan to benefit the creature man those feet arc arcstraining arcstraining arcstraining
straining in their shoes and not a minute will they lqse they carry carryme carryme carryme
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