Search America's historic newspaper pages from 1777-1963 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the
National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress. external link Learn more
Image provided by: Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA
Newspaper Page Text
-.s.-.k >v t'o't >?<> vi'
. t( !<> LfTI'/.x" \ \ | nil A rr> H.'AU'ia-1.1*V.\a;v.i.:gt-*?r nigh ~'a;* :.w .>i' Ll j W/uhi'i^tcr' j/ri'.-TCi: \: ? I hiv" It? ??firr: iiKCt'in? tor.jghr to settle' en . A"..,'? and mean* 'to vaiss to . jrivwi t'? rTiV board of supervis uv. c Ue.vandriii County to help j ; ...J ii eojicreis road btilwoor - iir?:* and VV'j.siMngt'Oi . / The Virginians *;eok ifils donation J xv- \V*i>->iiKgt43i!:ans who use* the' hr.'hv.'ny. Thsy havi? already built ? a 'co.icri.te road the d.'stir.c:, j ? rue awl one-seventh mi:;.-; T'ij ?; . ; f ; \v:M cus.t S":o,UOO. Howard Nortt.n is chairman of ilit* ooiuimitiee of iwcnil.y-t':ve of ' hn eh mh.'i with this ph?j; :o chnrjrr.; f'HUlJCH P^OUl.P?.!* ' 'nfhience of Wcrk on Mi-nrc? Drc trfnc Discussed !>y Joint Rcdies of I'. h. ( hurch .Oeiroit, Mich., Oct.. !-r>.?[' jomi 'sexsirn rhr two legislative l?c!irs of, the triennial ' v::'i r< i: ?. :::iti^n v; the Prr t? stfir.'i' F: iscr'-al Ch;uvl. rre considf-i iae. yesteriay the pio.'i dents of thy church in Li'.lisu Atucr- i ica and the influence <.f the church work 0/1 the MoiU'o< Doctrine. The Iwndrd mi'ic^ doliar budgei ; plan is expected take"'* tii? f'> "-day. yJr. Rcbei I W. Patti-n, <? 'ctd?. r in the campaign,* ~ai?J f-:n <ttY i<?. plans have been- made for carrying the campaign into eVtl> ?^?tl home. L'jJwif E. Franklin, New iot'K financier, is rer-t uitin^ lOO.UOU men and women f'oi the campaign \vork. James Muure Hickson. a Church of England mzu and proponent of apostolic healing by "'laying on of hands" i.s here 10 address the bish cs and clerical deoigates Thurstiay. Mr. ilickson, who expects to remain m America about nine months at the request of Episcopal churchmen, ?i;; supported in his claims of cures '"throach faith" by Dr. William T. Mannin-r. <;f Trinity Church, Sow Vfiik. and other prominent men here i*or the convention. ! CROSSED WIRES KILL MAN ifv.o (/it:xry. Severely Shccked s as They Try tc Rescue Him f-'harockin, Pa.. i.Jct. I (J.?Charles L. ."'ehjT.-lc.wf ikr, agc*J ?'!, n butcher, was cJcctrccuicd- in his place of ihusiiK.is yesterday and'two of his stint", John Hunter and Rraben | Tharp. were scvr ri ';. shocked while ] i nc'-favr.TJr;.'. -ix effect a rescue.! l-Vhanfcwc .iler had f.icked up an, ex-! tension cord -to make repairs to 'a J Jroitec wih<m hft hurled to 4lrc fT'i^lor, *v!r> m* comuU'd ?'< ' JHlP +'*?'? 7''T" fr.,? .^iui'ii ?grn?t>. ViW^ i-i l the ivnn ? a?nl >nr i i-1. f*h.iri< I - lu"ii j atcsnipted "t'j tlii"jw oil 'tho w'iUh Ctading into tin.' building, rtcei/eci a 'severe shoe-1', jmd was hurled 10 iset through h glass door. A high ien liiij imd beoonie crossed with the lin^ 'leading ir.to SschaniomN er's j!rxoe ->f Visirifoi. Printing Publishing Engraving PROPER QUALITY QUICK SERVICE RIGHT PRICE HARRY w. WADE 3! 3 King Strict. Phone 60 Member oj United Typoliielae of America Union Printer ##!VM-. fiBi ifi 1111?? ~ / Baby's woo! and rollo.i.panels, wo;*1 li Jftc to J>0c each. Anniver S'11 v* Price IRISH FLANNEL The finest grade white Irish Flannel, regular price .",0c. An niversary Price <?L> Children's Fine Coats Very smart appearing, \ve!l tailored ccats of boiivia and velours, some fur trimmed, models in lot Worth $5.00 to $10.00 more than Anniver- m\ ?ary Price $22.50 New Plaid 1\ .8. .5. iL-CJ' ! The newest numbers in novelty plaids wonderfully made straight line effects in plain and pleated models .. WORTH ?5.00 MORE Cretonnes in beautiful patterns actual ly worth 98c, a yard 59c 40-in. Crepe do Chine'.' The' finest and heaviest quality on the' m'arket, regular | price $2.G9 to $3.00, special $2.19 Bungalow Aprons, in dark percale, worth $2.00, each ............... $1.39 7 . ( . r. t Silk Taffeta, yard wide,, black and col ors, regular $3,25 a yard, special ,. $2.25 Black Sateen Waists, limited one to a customer, neat collars, special ? $1.25 Will Close Its Stores Every Saturday Evening at 6 O'Clock, Beginning October the 18th We are advising you in advance that whatever marketing you may do early Saturday will be\luly appreciated by the entire organization. Our beef prices in. particular have been greatly reduced, and our custom ary choice quality of cattle will be cut up for your selection. Price and quality go arm in arm. The^quality of all our products will be long remembered after the price * has been forgotten. ?? >?1 ?? ? I It takes rimes like these to show men the wisdom of going to assured sources for their ^ioiiics*, j|Tfee'teMp1^i?M:ofeay.Kii.?= |pjiiiliflr makes br-os^M' %t to meet the imiastjal Lions will fee 'avOsit the mats who:wants money's worth Itjbfis season. f * i *? f r ! 5 jKiippeaheime? Suits and SOyereoats are all-wcoJ, 'the product of an ssink" lihhed house that knows istyle, quality and tailor ing?and how to combine ? sv^vv''^ *v\L' ?'*t ? . ?"??'rt"'-:: t ^ _ 't y... v,. .,w..-41...^ -^r: ^ . ; ? i: , ^--^r?w.^tu .-? yv4 ?vr/j^ If II l! a "i iji |. <>?.? i. < ?? x 'tS- > t !i i i! \ ? JTlUUSsL 0) J. / nV-L, Tf'? "5 TY 7 "7? TsMff ; ????% f ; S ?< 0;':-- r .J,-; ,1-V. ,;~s A ^ W ?H 7?3/ jliiir j; Jui. 1 iH-li Mai%, iia ! S I s 'The House of Kuppenheimer 4 National Clothes Service ,yl Mational :-3Hwyjer=ott=4-rt3B(cr-.?w^'tjv3?Sia?i7or7?-?-anc ?jj*,;1ii<(/ns;t?r-?JV * -->^14 Kuppenheimer Clothes Are Sold In Alexandria by "THE MAN'S STORE" COR. KING AND ALFRED STREETS