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mmptktM of City Will Study Nest
Week in Grace Street
Baptist Church.
Beginning to-morrow afternoon with
? mass-meeting at 3 o'clock. the
alxth annual traimna* school (or Sun?
day school workers and the Young
Peoples In Ion of the Baptist Church.
Which will be held next week in the
audltorlun. of the Orsce .street Baptist
Church, will offer ?abbath school work?
ers of all denominations an opportunity
af studying the must advanced meth?
ods of teaching and organization in
this line of religious endeavor.
Meetings on every day next week,
axceptlng Saturday, will begin at 4
?'clock with devotional service, after
which a regular class schedule will be
carried out. The classes will be forty,
live minutes in length and will be con?
ducted by experts in the different sub?
The faculty which will give instruc?
tion during the training school will
be composed of Professor W. J. Mc
Olotblin. Louisville. JCy.; Miss A. 1>
Williams. Birmingham. Ala.; Professor
Is P. Leavell, Oxford. Miss.. Eav. J. ft
C Dunford. Richmond; Rev. George
Green. Clifton Forge, Vs.. and Rev. Jos?
eph T. Watts. Richmond.
The women of the city churches will
aerve luncheon every afternoon at *
o'clock during the school sessions. At
this hour of recess from regular class
work will be taken until ?:4S o'clock.
The following schedule will be ad?
hered to each day: 4 o'clock, devotional
aervlce; 4:30 o'clock. Sunday school
methods and hiatory. taught by Mr.
Watts; 6:15 o'clock. Sunday school
teaching, conducted by Mr. Leavell.
and advanced class work, by Mr. Dun
ford; 4:46 o'clock, advanced claas. led
by Mr. Watts, and Baptist Young Peo?
ple's Union conference, by Mr. Green;
7:10 O'clock. praise service; 7:45
o'clock, the pupil lectures by Miss
Williams; 8:30 o'clock, lectures on the
Book of Genesis, by Professor McGloth
The sessions of the training school,
while under tha direction of the Baptist
denomination, are open to all workers,
and several of the speakers will b?
chosen from outside of the Baptist
Church. The opening meeting to-mor?
row afternoon will be addressed by the
members of the faculty. I
Johr |> Rstcllffe fast T Richmond. Capi-1
fa: - Maxlmsm. SS.tQ>: minimum, f 10.000.
John L RatcllSe. president: William Cat
Un. vlce-presldsnt; A. C Wooidrldgs. secre?
tary and treasurer?all of Richmond.
Ferd-Whit?burst bTaanfsi I si tag Ca (sac.)
of Richmond. Capita*: Maximum. 175.??;
minimum, t B7.es?. L. P. Ford, president;
C. B. Guthrie, secretary; W, J. Waltehurst.
treasurer?all of Richmond.
American Funding Corporation. Herndon.
Va Capital: Maximum. ?SO.00?; minimum.
t:*.0?. Alpbeus Winter, president: Max C
J Wlehle. treasurer A. L V. Wlehle. secre?
tary?s'l of Washington. D. C.
November Term of Clresat Coot.
The November term of the City Circuit
Court ? IM open st M o'clock Monday morn?
ing, when the docket wi:: be called sod a
r. :i ? ? .- ?f cases set for trial.
Tbff following marriage licenses were is?
sue/ yesterday in the clerk's office of the
Husttsgs Court: Prank B. Whlteside sad
Florence G. Fowler: Joseph E. Bowman and
Co mens Cbeatham; George H. Foea and
Roth Mitchell.
Ovar A Generation
of pianoforte construction is tbe
record of the
A record of high endeavor and
the attainment of the highest per?
fect ion of manufacture. A record,
indeed, that has established the
Steinwav as the standard piano ol
the world.
Send for free catalogue.
Sole representative of the Stein
way and other high grade pianos.
1M East Broad Street.
Oldest Music House In Virginia
and North Carolina.
Ar.napo.lf Md , November 1.?A'ter bav?
ins eaUsa on* the football gamedfecheduled
to be played here to-morrow between "Navy
and Western K?*?rtee. Sf Cleveland. O . a*
a mark of reapert to the memory of Vlce
Preaident Sherman, tbe Naval Academy au?
thorities permitted a came to be played be?
tween the two teams this afternoon.
The game, wblcb was won by the Midship?
men. 7 to <k was an "jaoglclai" contest, and
the members of tbe brigade were not per?
mitted to cheer, applause being restricted
to handclapplaa*.
Th? only score wss made In the second
litrled. when tha Navy coaches sant Ceptaln
Rhodes In to the backfield He immediate?
ly started old-lttta emaihliig tactlca. and
hammered hla way to the Reserve!' ten
yard line, whence he negotiated a pretty
forward Sjpsa to H Harrison, who was
tackled juat over the goal IMe. This touch?
down with Brown's goal comprised the only
Pol tee I asking fee Man W ho Has Been
I swindling Merchants. I
A bad-ehe* k operator is plying bts trade
in Kirhmonel. according to information re?
ceived yesterday by Captain Of Detectives
McMahoe Severe' Arms have been swindled
of small rums, the crook apparently work?
ing on a cheap scale.
His method of obtaining money is an an?
cient one. He represents himself tn various
shops as a merchant from some nearby
pe int. and after ordering a bill of goods
terderi a check for more than the amount
end recelxe* the change, usually a few dol
The pcli-e believe this man to be Leslie
il. Bowman or M C. Holden, about twenty
two years old He is described as weigh?
ing about *?0 poundi and about flve feet tea
inches tail.
A telegram received yesterday Jrora the
pcilce of Havre de Grace, lfd.. etaVd that
a man answering this description is wasted
there for cbeck-kl'lng.
Bui.dlng and repair permits were Issued
yesterday as follows:
e P Cowardln. to erect two detached
frame dwellings, UU-1213 Oak wood Avenue,
to cost tt.MO.
it. H Boitoa. Jr., to erect a two-story
frame dwelling. UK Perry Street, to cast
The Cohen Co.. ts repair a brick dwelling,
OS East Canal Street, to cast *Sf?
Waler D.
Moses & Co.
Bonding Permits
Asks for Contributions to Make
Possible Relief Work in
Eastern War.
In an appeal issued yesterday, the
ftichmoud branch of the Pan-Hellenic
I'nion call* upon the charitable pubiii
for contribution* to the Greek Keo
i rons Society of America, at present
coping; with the task of giving aid to
the'r organisation in the war zone.
The letter bears the signature of G.
Glannlos. president of the Richmond
Mm appeal asks (or contributions to
make possible "the noble work ot car*
lng for the afflicted and needy duWng
this teige of trouble," and encloses a
circular leitet in the same strain trout
the I nlted states Committee of the
Greek lied Cross. The headquarters oi
the committee is In New York and its
appeal rends as foilows:
With the commencem-nt of hos?
tilities between Greece ana Tui -
key the demands upon the Greek
Ktd Cross. heavily taxed alread}
by the general mobilization of the,
army, are dally growing larger, and
the society is becoming dependent, to
a very great extent upon the aid of
those who sympathize with the suf-,
fertrs in this inevitable struggle.
At the request of the governing
body of the Greek Red Cross In Athens,
we make an earnest appeal to the gen?
erosity Sd the people of the Cniled
SMAaa to send us contributions to
enable us to strengthen the important
and arduous labors of the "Red Cross'"
and to assure its continuance. Small
or large sums will be equally thank?
fully received. Every dollar helps
Kvery contribution will fee acknow?
ledged by our treasurer. Mr. A. P.;
Ralli. Care Kalli Bros*. 15 William
Street. New York City, to whom kind
subscribers to our fund are requested'
to forward their remittance. I
Yours respectfully.
?Consul-General of Greece. Chairman.
(Manager Panhellenic L'nion.)
Treaaurer and Secretary of
Atlantic reset Line utatement for Septem?
ber shorn Less Dusln?ss.
In a statement of the revenues and es- |
pet sea of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway'
system. Issued yesterday, covering operation
of the road for the month of September, the
net operating Income shows a decided fail- j
lng off from the same month last year, j
wtlit the first three months of the current
rises; year show a similar decrease.
The operating revenues for September
atgea c?u.S40.5& as against *2.i?.;?o.53 last
year; the operating expenses and taxes were '
?:: ?tf.K3.74. as against $1,771.517.46 last yesr. j
leaving the net operating Income for the
montb t?3i5SS.7?. as against |7j6rr.3S last
Tor the first three months of this fiscal
year the operating revenues were t~. J*l -
:?.?*; the operating expenses snd taxes. I?.
UO.'X.U, and the operating Income $1.30.-j
f47 4*. as against a net operating income of'
S^sM.Sslsi in the tame period of last year.
Negro Hut by Ante.
G'crge Brown, colored, of 71? Catherine
Street, wss slightly hurt yesterday when
he was hit by an automobile owned by
Patrick McDonough. of r? Hanover Avenue
at Ninfi snd Bank Streets. Brown is said
to ha-4 stepped before the machine and
was knocked to one side. He was treated
by Dr. O. C. Psge, Citjr Hospital ambulance
surgeon, and removed to his home
Who Will Sit in the Seats of the Mighty
Tin Money Proxies or the People's MenP
? This is entirely a question of the people
In this campaign there are only two sides, that of the Interests and that of the People.
Woodrow Wilson has refused in no uncertain terms all financial help from questionable
As a result the Interests have combined their money against him. And the common
people must combine their money for him.
f The enemy does not need help. They simply
don't want opposition. The non-combatants axe
Wally on MMr side.
tOn which side are yea?
Will yon give mm aster to elect Woodrow Wil?
ton President of the United States ?
What Your DOLLAR Will Do
Tour dollar, given loyally to help the election of
Wilson and Marshall, will educate one hundred
It will carry to these one hundred voters the
vital issues of this campaign. It will enable them to
decide intelligently and independently as between
UM merits of the candidates and their platforms.
Your dollar will place the speeches of Woodrow
Wilson and Thomas Marshall in the hands of these
aaadsed voters. It will give them their records,
their platform and perhaps aa address from one of
Mar ? ?mpaign speakers.
Your dollar will give these voters the advantages
you enjoy'?'the knowledge of the fasts which have
eansed yon to join Woodrow Wilson in his
Steaigfatforward fight for the People and Popular
Govcniineut aa against Representative Govern*
?Mat in which only the will of the Few is obeyed.
Woodrow Wilson's Choice a
Years ago Woodrow Wilson dedicated fair. hfe to
public service. He entered upon a study of goveru
aseat. He made himself a master of government,
not in a theoretical but a practical sen*-. He
studied other governments as well as oar own.
Taen he espoused the People's Cause not from
the side which cried out the loudest that it was the
"People's Party" but from the side which his know?
ledge told him represented the true priacipies of
Popular Government.
Ha bersms a Democrat. Years afterward, be
Became a great Democratic Governor. He admin?
istered his ones in true Democratic fashion, elicit
Sag the praise of the whole state of New Jersey,
la eighteen months after he became governor,
the national effect of Us achieve
i as a nogTessive Governor that the Demo
bim their Progressive Candidate
tot the Presidency.
This is the man, the kind of man the people
have wanted for a quarter of a century.
Will you give one dollar?or more?to bis cause
Send Your Contributions Today
How much can yon spare to the cause of the
People today'
Don't wait until tomorrow. Give BSW.
Let it be a hard-earned dollar bill or $2, $5, $10,
$20. Give what yon can afford. Send it in with?
out delay.
Everywhere throughout this great country there
are earnest men and women who can only afford to
give one dollar. But we want their gifts as much
as we want aay. We honor the dollar-givers.
Sead just what you can. We can put it to good
use at once. Know that your Money can be n great
help to the cause which means most to this country.
Qet Subscriptions For Wilson
Head a list and get your co-workers and friends
to subscribe with you.
Sea M It that as mm m M sat sf aas greet i
sairftsd Casaaataa. See to II that every eas Is
No real progressive voter wants to miss this
chance to be represented in the Wilson Campaign
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Campaign Fund
Sire toe Cc -.ooa opposite sad All la the anxroct re*, elra.
Tien attack roar sooner to tats Coupon sad mal: Uxlar tu t?e
?ddrrw r?ren aa the Cotmoa.
lasse si ceerfca. assaey I (Ml eas SSSSSsW aS ftrfk.tii- re
C R 0*4, V?.? Qssasjpsa. fumi Osj? iin, BanswaM WsBaa
el C.-mam Itoa. 900 BMsQBM Aeea. n. Caacace, SB.
f'-eu Tflte a '?'?"?r ? > Iii? ts - -r ft-s 7C r - name ?? a r*r.
?>r SSd s at.ar r?r-?*^*? *hr 'W<>Vr"W
?V n .4 be e -e?ed i'r-?Msat jf :h< 7s-tsa) Matea. In tkta
??1, y ??: Tr:Ji ?e i:-ted a? i ? ;:soa ifr.t :cr. A i*<neeatr Re
e-i -'- a- adsore-!r '..thor.-at.hed. we'.l worth fra-aia??. win be seat
% ? -a. Tsar letter sn'.i bsla ta the Scat by aaooaraatac roar
Pa tTSTfOBisa ma eaa tc seid na Wttsva V haass is bssersaa
i-i-..?a.s? far .be people who 4a taa work sad tea Use of tbs
Woodrow Wilson Campsiajn Fund
r* C. \ zun. Vjs aaeeaa, fhsjsss ss mmm.
Um Dsasass? Br-issaf ti sa'Bss, OM Wsaisai Ssa,
*? ? ??:????- a ta* p-? m-?h re*-'-*---t ?- ?? nasal sas
ss iS'Oee ? ? w??Si ?? ^"?? ' ? rvw.van ? :\ "?? ,?..?*.??????* > SM
e- ?(?-.? r? w T :?????? 'ee ?"-|-r??l m - r-r--~. .? .? . r\'^
*????.! laesessntef Sst ??>?. ?. I - a ??<?-? .-? .? ? c ?? ym, tke
ere .~m*~...- te-asesaeer-ssss??.'?*? wne ?? ?
AU Women's Organizations Join
in Work for Richmond's
Young People.
A permanent o gamzation to be
known as the Social Service Federation
was effected yesterday afternoon by a
number of women, representing; prac?
tically every woman's organisation in
Richmond, who met at the home of Mrs
George M Jobsoa 1& South Third
Street, in lesponst to a call Issued some
davs ago. ?
Tg* oigvniiation is the outgrowth or
a conterence held on September 20 by
lh<; prebidei.ts of tl ?. women's organi?
sations of the city. The meeting at
that time was held with a view to tak?
ing action on the alarming revelations
of youthful vice which had been dis?
close'! u< solutions were adopted by
the conference which have since been
passfti by the oiganUations whose
presidents lramed them.
featerdaj sir sen oa. those who at?
tended the original meeting on Sep?
tember Shi together with a number ol
others, met again to report action on
the resolutions. A universal sentiment
was found In favor of forming a per?
manent society for the uplift of the,
< 1.1ldren and young people of the city,
and within a short time Mrs. Jobson
was elected president; Mrs. W. A. Bur?
rows, vice-president, and Mrs. Clarence
<J. Burton, secretary.
Dowa ?* Baalaeaa.
As soon as formed the society pro?
ceeded to business, with the result
that several movements were started
before adjournment yesterday after?
noon. Resolutions were passed over
luring the Police Board and the City
Council to appoint a matron for the
First Police Station, and asking fori
a woman probation ofllcer.
Mrs. George f. King. Mrs. Q. Harvey
Clarke and Miss Hattie Sellers com?
pose a committee delegated to secure j
j the use of school buildings In the city (
j for children's recreation during the:
( cold weather when the playgrounds
j out-of-doors cannot be used. ]
A second committee selected to oo- <
f operate with the recreation commlt
j tee which has been investigating the .
playgrounds in Richmond consists of
Mrs. W. A. Burrows. Mrs. C. V. Mere?
dith and Miss Marie Leahy. I
The federation also indorsed the pro?
posal to establish a public library. <
Among the organizations from which
tits new federation will draw its mem?
bership are the Mothers' Clubs, the'
City Mission, the Associated Charities,
the Young Women's Christian Associa?
tion, the Woman's Temperance League
of America, the Equal Suffrage League, j
the Association of Visiting Nurses and
the King's Daughters. All the socie?
ties mentioned have promised support.
The membership will not be 1'mited to
women, and men may be admitted. )
The federation will hold its next j
meeting on Friday, November at 4
o'clock in the afternoon.
Woman Badly Hurt When Attacked by
Usually Decile Antssal
Mrs. G. W. Edwsrds Is In a serious condi?
tion si her home, 1M4 Eggieston Street, as
a result of being gored by a cow.
The animal had been recently bought by
be' husband, and she went out to examine
it early Thursday morning. For apparently
no reason the cow made a dash for the wo?
man as she was standing nearby and glung
ed Its horns into her body, inflicting an ugly
Mrs. Edwards screamed for help and her
husband came to her rescue. Finding her
wounded be aroused neighbors, and the City
Hospital ambulance was summoned. Dr. O.
C. Page responded snd found It necssary to
take fourteen stitches in a wound about the
While Mrs. Edwards was badly Injured
i her condition was not regarded as danger
|ous. and it was said she would recover.
Sawads Frees Cm en. Military Organisa?
tion WU1 Cosapete for Prtae To-Day.
The annual hike of the squads from
the Blues* Battalion will take place
this afternoon. The march is from
Richmond to Petersburg, a distance
of twenty-three miles. The men go
in heavy marching order. If Company
A wins out to-day the prize will re?
main with this organization. A great
deal of interest Is manifested in the
event, and many members of the Blues,
as well as friends of those who take
part in the hike, will journey to Pe?
tersburg to see the finish.
Sentth Hsswtes.
Winchester. Va.. November I.?Wil?
liam B Smith and Miss Al'ie Mae Hum- !
aton were married to-day by Rev. W.
H. Carter, of the First Baptist Church,
at "Kentucky Home." the residence of
the bride's parents. Dr. and Mrs. K. A.
Hiimston. near town. They will live j
at Campbellsburg. Ky.
fiTurner Mann ?bat of Town.
Gcvernor Mann left the city last night
for Leesburg, where be fs scheduled to de?
liver sn educations) address to-day He wiv
retrain 6?: of town over Sandav. but will he
St his o?lc? In ?h<- Capitol Mond*'
William W. Harkins Shot by C.
B. Boyd Following
Quarrel. J
AshoviUe \- Cm November Z._Wil
liem W H*rkins thirt?-throe jojirs
old. a d-putv revenue collector for
this dl*irlct. with hend.iuarterr. in this
city, was shot md 'stall;.- wounded by
r. R Bov<j. twenty-four, a Southern
Railway brak. man at a Iocs; e|nb at
1 o'clock this morning. I'ootors at
? ? ? t. tri. ?".Mio) man etat? ;i-.Ht
be .-annot l ? ?? m?rr than tw~lve
hours. Ib.- Lullet ?v|nt.|M?M ?] through
Mn i~ft bresMi into th?? rVn'i
It i? stated that th' men h*?. ,.ni? jn.
v?.iv?d iii .. .| i nr. ? ..\or i same 0f
?-nr:? whvh Jat?i led to Mow* B..v d
f!rc?| on. shot froiri an ? it-.matte r?t?.
to| After being taken to f h' r*?ll< e
station h? refne-?i to make *nv state*
ment. as d*d othe- members af the
eiob -. ho wltn**?eeT the- shooting
eminent ?hstasn Tajry Pvane (.oflt
?r * Urged DysssSte Csastakalsia.
Indi.ir.spoP* Ind N< v?n.b?i 1.?
? iolna back lo the rail of the strik.
b] the <ron workers' unto a auslast
hrt?S*:? ? orrsfrneewr? to It , jrger
ot nai'M at the "dynamite eonsplracr '
trial t,. d"< r.ad letters purporting t"
show f*ia 1 vlwlasK < was TV K. ginning
of tb' ' ? sennaUt. oi . ?r>l"SHin? 1st. r
mit e on n\ tl. .\l, Naeo > .,. \|- ,.f
tbe forty -Sve nssa now on trial, the
governny n? charre*. are 1 nplicet? I hi
the letter*
The fr?t evhlM? wss * totter ?r|t
ten bv Prank Barhanan. then ?re*ld?nt
of tb? Interwatlonal Association af
Bridge and "tract a raj Iron Workers to
J. J. McNamsra, saying. M
pass the time with this 1
throat soof 1i*T?teeth cleanser?breath '
pttrtffer. It improves appetite and aids
Don't give toot Etfle ones pennies. Give
them Wrigley's nyjil It gives
beneficial enjoyment the whole day
long and costs less than a penny
per stick if you buy it by the
box. Take it home tonight.
a majority of the executive board ap?
proves, a strike should be ordered."
A strike was ordered against a bridge
company which haa sublet a contract
to a Boston contractor who employed
nonunion men. In connection with this
tt waa pointed out that an explosion
occurred at Milier ? Falls. Mass., in
December. 190".".
Mr. Buchanan's letters were devoted
to the union's business in directing the
strike. A letter from McNamara to
Frank M. Ryan, who succeeded Bu?
chanan, was read, referred to the con?
ditions in Toledo. O. McNamara said
Buchanan had authorized a member {
nam*d McClory "to do sonic missionary
work in To!ed>," and that ll?^ was j
appropriated for the purpose. McNa- ;
mara said Mc?*lory employed four men. |
of whom two were arrestM for an- j
sault. and added that aa IttWatf said |
If the men pleaded guilty they would 1
be paroled, h. it that after the men |
were eonvicted the ?"Vntral laihot
L'nlon of Toledo adopted resolutions'
against members of the Board of Pub- |
lie Service, and a parole could not be I
had. McNamara said n? had promised
the men pay for the tlni" they were
la Jail
A letter was read from John T But-I
ler. Buffalo, vice-president of the1
union, to McNamara. about **a sugges?
tion I would not care to put in writ?
ing "
The government alleres the ?-:eces
fion referred to violence._
The Joy of Get?
ting Eomt?TU
A Tea Mtonte TIF. Few* Bath and 1 nr
Fere Ire I.She lew.
Ved twr Free Trfcsl Pnekaae To-Oay.
The?? ar not sunpo? d to ?. ei
f**t To*) may be a mere man But
y?.tir fo?t or any ?>n?-s else feef hi a T'/C
Toot bath a-e , jr. -frec feet.
\WS'- go tn? r^-oe. ?? ? ."ouaea.
th? o*(,|l,J?io? I *r B*riW? . ?? ?
nenn and a'l foot tmabl- I >H '** lb*
to ? n? o* happ' T1/ ' ? ? ? : . i will
tn?n resits* that T*17 - *? ? ? "
prtnrlnV drama out trie rtntnofn*
tHst i-aua* f?'Ot froubl-? rtal T1/. ?
only r? ro~d- fhat 4<w ? I - ? lbs
fr. -v ?1 IV? f?.x ! nitili r ?
rirt .->???' M
co-?1 t.. ?, .u f- ? * An- ?:? --vi T'/. All
draw *!??re*. dopoef -n.-nt or ?c-? -al
sgar"S baVe it ?t ?? rrnts a h??? a*>d
for those who daei't ho. s what real
f-?,,| ;? ? - t" \. lit- ? l.Mlher
lowisra d <'o. 122t !?. Wabnsa Ave.. Oha?
ras*. III. for a Irt.
Wahash .tve . Chi j
trial pa base to
?Advertis?mf nt? j
Chicago. November L?"Packey'' Mc
Farland. announced to-day he would
retire from th?- priz?- ring after his
forthcoming contest will? young Jack
o'Brien in Philadelphia next month,
lie said he was tired mt the continual
rigor of training, and that the lure of
t::e dollar had lost s?'HJc o^tts draw.
"There are only thr.c. tights I would
like to ge; before I ?lUit," IS Farland
said. "I'd like to take on Ad Wolgast.
I'd like to meet Jack Pritton. and I
would Mat*, to set into a r-ng with
Battling IMBM jus: to give him a
"1 hav. made about $200.00* In the
laaf five years and that Is why I am
read> to tjBtl "
F?er> Ulf ort l>'rur Made to Ftsas I*? HSW
?Iba Firrel I pea fontrsl.
Ke>-t? sre belns -nad? t>? t*?- police to
learn th? identltv n' the person or persons
? ho ;?o tmi'.t? vesterdav Ixfore dar.
Ivsk tiirouah Window? SS the Consent
.- iJfi\ o' F.a-fis. :?t Ei?t l>in?:
oss '< ? snrmt taswaga a window
.-.??. ??????j.d "wr and flsttened Itseif
?ta>r.?: the ?all. while the second passed
? ? s': a flr?--floor window One of them.
*.is aorun-ntly of torty-fosir-.-allnre.
? > in.! Bi< ' ? '" ? man Kidd. ? ho
j . f>;e matter.
Thf theory'has been Ssfsasteed that th
? ? t? ' f.r i V* s*nv n?rson rho w*s
' Schrank Wants Colonel *"
to Make Plea for Him
Milwaukee. *t fc*_ >m r ssWer Saws
IteMes-twa ttMH Tweodore Heise* s i tl
?).>--? f?ot tsear saallce toss a rat bias
Jnfc? ?rarssK. nnald-kr ?las er m$ 1
? be ? ??MaeI. eapsreta ta> saw aaa nltb
a Hab? ?wwtesjew.
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ttessa t*? *> laaea it. ?.asrt>? belh- wbw
?w i apsi a m erlt aear that ssf tbe
asiarlas? prtasai i. (.etfaw-bnlb Ss
m tum sat I ts ?14? m of \e w Twefa.
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saaa. after all.** Vbmk ?sM, sr
snwaWa? to ?.?-M??-kalk.
"tie v?a? ?ahnt sad haw rer-wserest
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bad tlawe fee re?ei tsww. bis Its-tier
*ett aseeel* baa es>ais*lats*e*t that I
whssaisal Isr eOfted end aae ewe eeesa>e4
Wars vjrKlwtes ?n ?bot he ?hastesi
f wea lesnaesaa.
-The <ew?ire row* ressta wttb fj iwae.
refl. I bases* H he wMt rnawe here
? lew wf tbr saaili I. I will ret m Itarb*
sssaee'Ssre. Ilk* s?r4 **nsj assetle the
Whaste isrii I. t abwart* think he
eel? hratir.g Hallowe'en, bat nevertheless, the
police intend to make every attempt t*
And the peraon responsible.
Although the second-story foom WSS e*r
cupied. no one was hurt by the flying *o*>
Wife Has Him Arrested.
L? muei Vaughn, thirty years old. was ssv.
rested yesterday by Police Sergeant Browm
on a warrant charging him with failing; IO
previde for his wife, Mrs. Mary Vaughn*.
Beitel lag Denied.
Petition for rrhea.Ing w*a refused yester
day by the Supreme Court of Appeals In
case of R. J. Bell et als against A.
Smith, treasurer, et a la., eppesied from
decision of the Circuit Court 01 Prise
Ai.no County.
pay money
? ? for fancy b
when you really5
to buy high gra
Fatima Cigaret*
Turkish Blend- F
gold tips, but fi

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