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The times dispatch. (Richmond, Va.) 1903-1914, November 17, 1912, Image 17

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Activities of Militant
Suffragettes Have
Not Ceased.
In Past Week Fight Has Been
Waged Against Poet-Office,
Boxes Being Filled With
Varnish and Letters De?
stroyed?No Big Or?
ganized Orgies.
fSpectal Cable to The Times-Dispatch.)
London. November IS-?Matter? of
Crest and universal Interest, such as
the Balkan war, and others of sudden
and startling appeal, such as Wednes?
day's and Thursday's scenes In the
House of Commons, are always apt
temporarily to hide away ths move?
ments of a lower growth As far as
the notice taken by tbe press Is con?
cerned, the suffragists might he
Imagined to have retired from tag
arena. But to Imaslne this would be
a great mistake. They have never
been more active and nave never
Worked and organized harder tbaa la
the last few weeka There have been
mo big organised orgies such as win
Cow-smashlns and other outrages, but
tbs militant all over the kingdom are
keeping their hands In. At a his mass?
es eetlng ln Victoria Park On Sunday,
which bad been vertically unnoticed
by the preaa Mrs. Drummosa, one or
the chief militant leaders, advocates
violence with Utmost energy.
"Destruction of property wtU ee a
particular 'Job' ln ths future," she Se?
cured, aad the great crowd was wits
During ths past week la all parts
af th> kingdom, especially ln London,!
Btrmi .gham and Dublin, the militants
have )>ursued a relentless campaign I
against tbe post-office. Pillar boxe?
by the score have been Slled with var?
nish and some sticky black fluid, which
rendered hundreds of envelopes il?
legible, an) has given tbe general
post-offlce endieee trouble in decipher?
ing the others.
t au't Get Reariag.
John Burns, ths president of ths
local government board, at a noa
polltlcal meeting In his own constitu?
ency ln Battersea, was practically un?
able to get a hearing, and bad to sus?
pend the proceedings for twenty mia?
ute? while be personally superintend?
ed the police who were throwing out
men and women suffrsglsta Even then
he could not carry on the opening,
ceremony of a harmless flower show.
George Lansbury. a prominent Labor
member of Parliament, has resigned
hi- seat in the Mouse, and will recou
test for election from the Bow aad
Bromley division in order to flgjit In
the constituency as a para suffra
Sist candidate.
Tbe current number of Suffragette
shoaat a eoTleeflon Is being made of
oc? pounds, sterling, and tbe fund
now totals 137,000 pounds, sterling,
while the local reports sever noticed
in the dally press, show that en-,
thuslastlc meetings are held daily all
over the country. At all these meet?
ings funds, big and small, come In,
Last Sunday's meeting of non-mlll
tant auffragists at Albert Hall gath?
ered an enthusiastic assembly of more
than 19.000 persons, and mors tbaa
$2?,000 was collected oa ths spot
Mrs. Fawcett. a Suffragist fighter for
fore than twenty years, presided, and j
Lord Robert Cecil made a strong end'
impassioned speecb, but no London!
psper gave more thsn a few lines to;
the meeting, and some did not notice It
at all. though a little sporadic window
breaking on quite a small seals, whlcb
occurred on the same day. secured a
fair amount of publicity, a fact which
the militants have t>een using sines to
Justify their policy of violence.
No. It must not be thought that be?
cause the suffrsa-lsts. both militant and
law-abiding, recently did not secure
much nubile notice that they hava
ceased from making trouble. It wUI
be strange If the mflltsnts da not break
out again very soon,
ttaete rats lab Heery.
Tbe Pank hurst organ. Suffragette,
this week bss for Its front page aa
editorial excerpt from Patrick Henry's
famous declaration, "Give me liberty
or give me death," tbe passage start?
ing with the words. "Shall we try
The repyrt of tbe Royal Commission
Of Drugs, Medicines and Toilet Goods
Is still going on at the same old stand and every day it is getting better and better, as each
satisfied customer tells their friends, which acts as an endless chain, bringing a constant
stream of people to the store. Mail and telephone orders given special attention.
$10) Cooper'. New Discovery... .TSe
$1.?d Payne". New Discovery-Tits
$1.00 Bennau'. Nsw Ufe.TSe
$2.00 Sueeue AUerane.$IJ*
60c Vapor Cresollne.SSe
$l.oo Hancock's Liquid Sulphur..TSe
$1.00 Sku Lass.r?c
25c Pond's Extract.IS*
Be eae pint Pete Virata
I.area olive Oil, fas sealed
cans, as aweet as a nnt.Me
$1.00 Nutrient Wine of Beef Pep?
tone, s liquid food.fBs
tl.00 Msnola Tonic.TSe
0c Wyeth'? Effervescent Sodium
Phosphate .SOe
SOc Wyeth's Effervescent Bicarb.
Potassium .SSe
25c Chamberlain's Cough Syrup.ITe
25c Mulford'a Sodinm.Pho.phate.sae
26e Mulford's Potassium Bicarb. .IBS
Tic Oreen'e August Viewer.Cls
75c Boschee German Cough
Ms relay's pise Tar Cosa?
|$S Family Physician.STe
We At wood's Jaundice Bitter*.. .ITe
Tie tlsJl's Oatarrh Cure.SSe
?ss Ckeve'a Chill Tonle.SSe
$1.5? Swanson's I Drops.TTs
2*o franklin's Blood Purifier... .IBs
SXOS Ideal Wklrilas Spray
Syrtnse. seats teens yea
ssy at sad 94 fee.$1.20
Me Ayer*. Chill and Arne Cure.
SOe Vital Vim...,.
?l ?0 SSnford'a Liver Regulator
Sc Sal. Ellminant.
$1.03 8ulpbo Lythln.
50c Wampole's Formolld........
(0c Phenol Sodlque.
$1.00 Perutone, for Catarrh. Dye
sepsis and ail Stomach Trou?
bles .
$1.00 Celery Nervine.
80c Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets - ?.
25c Stuart's Charcoal Tablets....
15c Favorite Charcoal Tablets...
Me Electric Bitters.STe
$1.30 Brows's Iren Bittere.TSe
2fe Laxol.ISe
$1.03 Bovin! ne.TSe
?Oe Bovlntns.STe
$1.00 RUBsell's Emulsion.TSe
$1.09 Waterbury's Cod Liver Oil..TSe
|l 7? Hagee Cod Ueer Oil.TSe
$1.00 Budwell Emulsion.TSe
SOc Sharps tt Dohm* Emulsion.. .STe
$1.00 Bskar's Food.SSe
50c Marsh Boot, for liver and
kidney .See
?1 00 MoOllfs Orange Blossoms. .SSe
Mc Trsgie Laxative Cold sad
Grippe Cure.Se
Tragle's 40 Little Liver Pill*.. *He
ISc SeldllU Powder (19 sets in
tin bs?>.Idtte
Me Helens Pill*.ITe
ZSc Diosogen.SSe
Me Armour's Extract of Beef.. .SB*
A full and complete Uns of
Imported Dolls, including flat
German Character Dolls?Au?
tomobile Bor, Scotch Lassie,
etc. See our line. Prices from
19c up.
25c box Eaton, Pik? at Crane's
Linen Writing Paper.17c
lie Linen Writing Tablets.7c
25c one pound Purs Linen
Writing Paper.lac
75c one quart can Tristan Pea
nut Ou, a salad delicacy.2tc
15c cans Household Paints.7c
50c Cu star's Emulsion of Cod
Liver OU and Glycerine .... JHe
fl.ts Trsgle's Comp. Syrup
Hypophoephites. tonic, al?
terative, reconstructive.59c
$1.0? Red Seal Sarsaparille,
great blood tonic.59c
$1.00 Marsh Root, far kidneys
and aver.ffc
lac Rod Cross Gauss
sges, 2-inch.
75c Zinc Douche Pane.Me
Sl.M Celery Nervine Comp.,
nerve tonic.89c
25c Flannel Cheat Protectors. .19c
50c Flannel Chest Protectors .39c
$1.00 Virginian Shoulder Brace,
best on the market..79c
50c ons pound Absorbent Cot?
ton .21c
25c bottle Vsughan's Cleaner
and Polisher for furniture
and floors.19c
50c Shampoo Mitts, for facial
25c Instep Supports.sc
10c Pumice Stone.8c
25c one dozen Dixon's Superior
Lead Pencils.18c
10c can Insect Powder..sc
25c tube Gunnell's Catarrh .
Cream, for catarrh, cold in
head, etc .lac
20c bottle Root Beer Extract,
one bottle makes 5 gallons.. .7c
10c Graduated Medicine
Glasses, thoroughly accurate . 5c
25c box Craddock's Healing
Balm, for cuts, bruises.
burns, etc.11c
81.00 imported English Fric?
tion Towels, in all sixes,
from 29c to .. .09c
$1.00 lot sHghtty soiled Bath
Brushes, all sixes and styles,
up from.19c
81.50 "Tragle's Special'' Foun?
tain Syringe, chocolate rub?
ber, rapid flow, 3 pipes and i
cutoff, complete.49c J
35c one pint bottle of Tragle's
Double Distilled Witch Hazel 13c
25c Polishing Outfits, contain
brush, dauber and box polish . 9c
5c Toilet Soap, big assortment. 3c
10c Job Combs, all kinds.4c
10c Back and Side Hard Rub?
ber Combs.8c
25c Whisk Brooms.17c
50c FiMpiao Friction Bath
A large Importation of Gor?
men Favors for card parties,
receptions, etc. Prices lowest
In the dt/, ranging from 5c ap.
50c Scissors, 3, 4 and 5-inch . 23c
75c Pocket Knives, Imported. 39c
50c Pocket Knives, Imported .29c
$1.25 Flash Lights, complete 98c
$1.40 Leather Collar and Cuff
Boxes .49c
88.00 Leather Traveling Set.
complete with pair Military
Brushes, Soap Box, Tooth
Powder Box, Glass Tooth
Brush Holder, Tooth Brush,
Nail Brush .88.98
81.0$) Leather Writing Port?
folio .09c
50c Leather Covered Beveled
Edge Traveling Mirrors.81c
31.00 Leather Covered Beveled
Edge Traveling Mirrors.09c
$1.50 Silver Plated Bonbon
Dish, with glass bowl.98c
Plates, assorted sub?
jects, sold for 31.00 and
8c Souvenir Cards, one dosen. .9c
50c bottle Princess May Florida
50c Jar Tragle's "Creme Lilas"
Skin Food.31c
38c Arnica Cream, for chaps . .17c
28c bottle Japanese Cologne, in
ounce bottles.11c
2fc W. H. Brown's Ideal Cu?
cumber and Witch Hazel
50c bottle Pyramid Bay Rum,
produced in Porto Rico, ele?
gant quality .34c
10c Corn Rasps, for corns and
Sc Orange Wood Sticks, each... lc
80c Cutol, tor the akin.11c
80c lot of Assorted Face Pow?
ders .14c
18c Garwood*s Carnation Tal
* cum Powder.9c
$1.50 Fountain Pens, guaran?
teed for one year.79c
Shaving Mirrors on stands,
with cup. In silver and
ebony, $1.19 to.83.49
Lot of China Brie-a-Brac, for
dor orations and gifts, 9c to. .98c
$1.50 ana ounce Houbigsnfs
Extract Geranium, Violette,
Uly of Valley, Gardenia.85c
88c Jar Vanishing. Non-Greasy
Cold Cream, fine for com
ale lion. .9c
Sac box Assorted Cream Choc?
olates, fresh every week, one
pound to box.23c
SOc Imitation Cut Glass Salve
Jars, German silver tope_19c
5c Rocko Cough Lozenges.3c
2Sc Mentholated Suet, fine for
croup, eorot hroat, colds,
35c bottle 108 2-graln Quinine
10c 40 Tragle's Little Liver Pills sc
1,000 Imported Japanese
Dogs, brown with green
cottar and wagging tail;
an attractive novelty.5c
25c Tragle's Cold and Grippe
Tablets, best thing in the
world to break up a cold.9c
35c H-Pint bottle Imported
Bay Rum.19c
15c Cleaning Pomades for
brass. sUver, etc.Sc
20c Dressing Combe for ladies 13c
35c bottle EH. Gran. Phos?
phate Soda._18c
15c bottle Petroleum Pomade
for the hslr.7c
28c bottle Tragle's Quinine
Hslr Tonic, best on the mar?
SOc one ounce Para Sulphate
Quinine, in sealed bottle_31c
2fc box Sposrmlst Tooth Pow?
der .10c
35c Rubber Sponges, your
Sc Medicine Droppers.2e
15c Shaving B nahes.9c
25c Shaving Brushes.15c
50c Shaving Brushes.34c
25c bos Sekuits Powders, 10
sets in a box.lsj*c
15c box Flexible Nsil Boards... .4c
25c Manicure Set?file, emery
boards, orange wood stick_9c
50c Solid Back Foxwood Hair
Brush, good bristles.29c
25c box Kirk's Pile Ointment,
for itching, bleeding and
protruding pUes.9c
25c bottle Tragle's Syrup Tar,
Wild Cherry and Tolu, best
cough remedy on earth.10c
25c Mentholated Bronchial
Lozenges, for colds and
50c Clothes Brushes, good
15c box Ideal Perfected Tooth
50c one pint Pure Norwegian
Lofoton Cod Liver OU.31c
lac bottle Iron Glue.3Kc
5c box Lighthouse Cleanser_4c
25c can Matchless Liquid
Glees, for furniture, pianos,
10c box Hirsh's Bird Seed... Ayic
15c Petroleum Rose Pomade-8c
25c one pound can Tragle's
Violet Talcum Powder.14c
50c bottle Laxative Fig Syrup. .29c
35c bottle Pitcher's Castoria.. 17c
15c Camphor Ice, stick or
15c box Requas Charcoal Tab?
lets.. #.%yic
5c box Ideal Toothpicks, 2
boxes for.Sc
15c Bixby's or Whlttemore's
Shoe Polishes.0c
25c bottle Violet Cream for
chapped hands.11c
25c Jergen's Benzoin and Al?
mond Lotion.19c
25c Jar Tragle's Peroxide
ceivers. Ink WeUs, Cigar Stands,
Fora Dishes. Swinging Jardi
neres, Csndlestlcko. etc, from
5c to $1.50.
25c bottle Holmes' Fragrant
25c Wills' Almond Cream for
chapped hands and face.11c
10c Jar Palmer's Violet Cold
25c Standard Red OU Liniment 15c
$1.00 Comp. Syrup Hypophoe
Sc box Violet Kisses, delicioua.3>,c
10c bos Violet Kisses.7c
$1.00 Alarm Clocks, keep good
36c Flanelette Covers for hot
water bags.19c
50c WrMht's Horse Remedies. 35c
25c Jockey Animal Powders-12c
25c " Kris'* Insecticide, Disin?
fectant, Cleaner and Polisher .7c
10cPaint Brushes .Sc
10c Flexible Nail Boards.4c
25c Kirk's Fils Ointment.9c
50c Solid Back Hair Brushes.. .29c
25c box SeldUts Powders, 10
sets in s box.l?5*c
25c Manicure Sets, file, naU
boards, orange wood stick_9c
25c bottle Dillon's Pain Cure.. 13c
50c bottle California Catarrh
10c "Castor Lax" Castor OU,
in powder form.?.5c
25c Worm Syrup.10c
10c packages Court Plaster.3c
25c Thomas Ozone Oil Lini?
25c Felt Inner Soles.9c
10c Paint Brushes.5c
5c Queen of Borax Soap.4c
15c Munyon's Witch Hazel
Soap, 3 cakes for.25c
15c bottle of Extract Lemon
and Vanilla, each. .7c
15c bar Tragle's Transparent
Violet Glycerine, Rose and
15c Nail Brushes.%%c
25c Nail Brushes.12*c
10c Nail Brushes.3*c
75c Cloth Brushes.29c
15c Mirror on stand, revolving
(nickel plated).4c
31.00 lot of odds in Military
25c Thin Hat Brushes.15c
75c Hair Brushes, black bristle 49c
20c one pound Paro Wax (pure
refined parafine).13c
15c one pound bottle Petro?
leum Jelly.9c
10c bottle Cresent Sewing
Machine OU.3*c
20c bottle Superior Sewing
Machine OU.8c
$1.00 Hooper's Gray Hair Re
15c bottle Peroxide Hydrogen.. .7c
25c bottle Violet Ammonia,
for the toilet and bath.11c
10c Malena Salve.6c
10c Wooden Case Toothpicks.. .4c
$1.00 Mulford's Predige.ted Beef.TSe
11.00 Sharpe a Dohms Tonle
Hypophosphites .mmm
$1.00 Santal Mldy Capsules. .... .TSe
$1.0} Wyeth's Beef. Wine and
Iron .ax?
10c Malena Salve. ante
Sl-S* Trade's Seessleea Rapid
Flew Ko? n tain Syringe. |S
three pipes and cM-eB.a
50e Paso Ointment.age
6>c Pyramid Pile Ointment...., .are
25c Bucklen's Arnica Salve.ITe
25c Swain's Ointment for Piles...Me
2Se Chamberlain's Pain Balm_ITe
50c Duval a Norton's Horse
Tonic .see
25c Chamberlain's Colic Cure.... IT.
SOc Hill'* Oollc Cure.SB*
$1.00 Mrs. Joe Pearson'* Blood
Remedy .fmm
1 eaart Tras-le's Beat Dem.
Me Dtstflled Wtteh Basel
<b-t?sr bottle)...Me
6*c Samose. s flesh producer.STe
OLM Wampole'. Hypophee
phltea . .VSe
S1.S0 Winchester Hypophos
Phltee .TOa,
SOe Pu reell at Ladd's Hypophos?
SOc Liqulctde.ess
$1.00 Baker's Premium Bitters.. .SSe
SOe Warner's 5-graln Lathis Tab?
lets .sas
23c Warner's 1-grain Lithia Tab?
SOc Ely's Cream Balm, for catarrh_die
SOc Kondon's Catarrh Jelly.SSc-SSe
25c Gunnell's Catarrh Cream.ITe
$ 1.00 Hyomei Catarrh Outfit.S -SSe
02.00 Eckman's Alterative.S1.SS
$1.20 Lyon s Periodical Drop*.SSe
31.00 D. D. D. Kernedy for Eczema.
$1.00 Manola.Ose
01.60 Red Bone Marrow.S1.2A
01.00 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.. llc-TSc
d-ea. settle Peroxide Hydro?
gen, V. S. P.Te
8-es. kettle Peroxide Hydro
sea, V. S. P.11?
lS-ox. kettle Peroxide Hydro?
gen. V. s. P.Sis
SOc Family Physician.He-die
Si.00 Swanson's Five Drops.TSe
50c Johnson's Chill Tonle.Sic
$1.60 Felloe's Syrup Hypopho*. . .$1.10
SOe Uelav an s Remedy.tie
25c Simmon's Liver Regulator..... L..
$1.00 KodoJ for Dyspepsia.. .
$1.00 Mllam. the Great Blood Tonic.
25c Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters. .
ZSe Traffic's l-ponnrf hex ef
Violet Talmas Powder, tm
handsasae sUtlag top hem.. .14e
SI.00 Gypsy Gift.Mc-TSe
SOe Glover's Mange Cure.41c
Teas and Coffees
Ste Gray's Special Blend, a most
delightful mixture for coffee
lovers 1 pound.Mc
75c Gray's Special Blend. 2% lbs..
In air-tight cans. .SS*
SOc Gray'a Mixed Breakfast Tea,
a delicious and Invigorating*
drink, air-tight cans. lb-SO*
on Divorce, though duly noticed by the
editorials. In the newspapers, has not
yet received real attention from the
general public. O. K. Chesterton,
whose opinion .en all matters of gen?
eral public interest hi eagerly sought,
says: "When I was a boy the Mly
freedom ths moderns seemed to fancy
was suicide er ths failure >f life.
The moderns have brightened np a bit.
Their idea of freedom now la only
divorce or the failure of love. That
suceess la rather more free than fail
ore and IS.times ns ire common,
they canot grasp yet. For the present
I ssa against governments meddling in
- - .1 . . ?sssssssssssssssi
BMI Otmwn VWttm%. Ttf. ttrnwrmm W*M*? 4M E. ??>?>??
these long moral Issues at all I da
not think a frankly heathea suts
ought to forbid divorce or suicide, but
the whole Christian populace ?rill per?
manently resist both and will Continus.
to do so till you literally make then
j ' '
West Point. Va. November aV?A few
year* saw Mr. Oalpla. of Philadelphia,
bought "WeferelMe" from tbe late Henry ?
Cirri family, a farm situated on a blah!
bluff overlooking tbe Pamunkey River, seat]
Sweet Hall, sot rar from Wrst Point Tbe!
boose was built by James Rafft a is fit*, snd!
is very I arse and roomy, with ?passiv*'
ft Li datloa of atone. The space between the
? walle and weatherboard lag It filled wit*
brick snd mortar. la old times tbe bouse
I waa esteemed s fortress Tbe windows wer?
bullt bigb up In the wall so that Iadlsns
passing uB sad down tbe river saigat set
stoet their arrows la
Mr Gaipin sjav? tisa? fee tbe fans, sad!
bas recently refused MC.*? foe the same. !
1-aa; spring he placed fifty pigs Is a marsh
that waa apparently of no use. They wer? i
not fed nor attended to In any Way. and j
never bad any corn but tbat thrown t?
catch them, snd s few dsys ago be sold foe
t-esb fast worth of bogs is tbe marsh, and
left fifty for bis own raising He Is going te
ferce in a part of the marsh land and es>
periment on It by farming. He may try nee
along with other things tbat seed a dams
?Ml. ?
T'.ere was for assay years pre St reed ea j
in* pas ?. and U ma> be there sow. a piece
of pig \ a. which was smelted at tbe eld
"Prlaopi.i P*uraao?." w!tb wblcb Georg?
Washingtons f?iher bad tbe contract fee
hauling ore in IS*, and as the reibt bears
the inscription "Prlr.. .pin. ITSS." It at prob?
at) > that Auguatlse Washington stay bare
hardlcd this very piece. Thtre are on tbe
place the rstas of a muck older house, ow?
of tbe bricks ef whl?h baa been pr<served,
beaiias date ?f Ha*, an i was md-ubu?. ?
la ported fleas Sogead ?oe? after the sct
tltmeat of tbe colony. These bricht were at
a g at. 1 variety aad of a p*< ?.?sr col?,
d.Bering from brlcaa made Of tbe aaUvs
Ttrre see assay of these Iwtarestiag Oed
.'anus au tbrowgh ikis sc. >??s tbat respond
rewdt,y to cultivation and ?:?vk and fruit
mi*.ng wbea cspttsl and -a-rgy happen
aioag and lead s band
Tbe ear new sals ef the p??p?rt ybe'eag
*sg ?? the estate ef tbe late Horaua Tr??l
took piece Wi la ltd ay la front ef tbe sank.
A sr. at dead ef lata rest was sjaasi ts*nee?
Tbe realty saws well, beiagssg asore ises
g-w?*.wsjaj- Witt0t #f fwe# ^9*9X^99%^ wT?aaV 'wajsjtay t#
A party ef ftsiMra Railway sgWtSsbj an
as lea., rtton tear spent s night bs West
mutt ihis week, la the party wee* M a,
? u ;c Mas. ef a raws ?b na. general snpefln- j
teneVewt; Tbnm? P rnard. ef Orosawbtrn, I
scpertniisdist of ??fc-tisi.asi gag way. 1.1
H H'-dspeth. of RH-hSt?d. dl alls fptlSSi I
Success of Balkan Allies Gives
Austria-Hungary Something
to Think Of.
Growth of Sentiment Means Life
or Death to the Ger?
man Race.
(Special Ca?le to The Tisnrs-Dispatea.)
Berlin. HeeseiSt IS.?Ts? lytf ot
tbs Balkan allies and the victories of
th* 81a* armies has caused Austria snd
Gel ssaai -seriously to think la view
of the enormous Slav aopolauoa of
Austria-Hungary. The oeerwuelmlne
victories of their brother Slavs aas
sent a "rave of exultation sweeping
ever tbe g.avs of Austria-liunga,..
and even to the Prussian Po ea There
sre 17.tea.sea Slavs la Austria-Hun?
gary, excluding Bonn'*, wko have fol?
lowed the Balk*, a votaries, equaling
and snsai Hubs exceeding the en.huni- I
asm displayed la tbe Ba.kaa states;
cities. At Prags* lb* aewspaper bu le
t'n boards wars surrounded by tarones
Sf Slavs, aad tbsasawas of d?..ars were
collect?? far the Servian Ked Croan1
Also mswlfsbtss were issued, a typten?
one bSlag as fellows:
."Hasten to tbe aastet an c? of aar!
brothers After *e* years tbe seen-'
Sera, deliverers and liberators has*
.vrieea to tbe cause of the Slavs, and,
?.heir blood Is aar blood.
Tata by causing greater an? let y tbs a1
?rear, and has crsatsd a greater do
tarnalaatioa ea tbe pan ef Germany
aad Austria t? keep tbe Polish ele?
ment la subjection, Maxlmlllaa Har
eea. tbe aaeod Oirmaa suhiWSst, ontd
tc year tOCTess'indent this week
** * er*sa~ef ^arrab for'ssT'iaar
! In*. Ia this city dog thl*Te* ax* very
active In bagging game, and the butch
er? openly pay % fair pr?c* for tb*
captured dogs. Numerous youths hav*
adopted dog snatching; as sn easy
means of making packet money. So?
ciety women no longer go to tbe?
poaag la search of their missing Pats, i
bat they send around the butcher!
shags, la tbs search ef tb* missing, to'
see If they are still ailve
Tbe Kaiser Is to get a nsw recht!
te replace tbe aincteea-year-oid Ho- {
hensollern, and the Reichstag lei
asked te grant aa appropriation of j
f 1 ?*#.?<>? to furnish che moat med- i
era and! most speedy yacht possessed;
by say ruler. In the aew naval es- j
tlmate far 1?1J. Admiral von Tirpltx,;
the naval secretary, declared that he,
was ?nable much longer to be re-.
sponstMe for the seaworthiness: of J
the Hohenxollem. which went so slow- j
ly thst ska was not able to keep up'
with the fleet daring the manoeuvres'
Tb* aew yacbt will have a tarbfae
engine and may be used mm a scout
vessel la the event of war.
?sdsslilil astsfbjts five* Afar.
Greet Britain yearly spends rffl.aSs.SSj ea
Over gf re- loss of tuba is are Issued each
rear by one ef Baaiaad'? railroads
The opesiac aad closing of ooma of tbe
galas of tbs Panima Canal is done by a
niasslie.srsa weighing gvs tona
George Westisghouse says that the ideal
venue! for tbe ocean trade Is as Americas
schooner with snxiltary engine.
Thirty the?and seeks aad pamphlets,
two-thirds of which relate to eiectficlejr.
havo been recently sdded to the library of
the Massachusetts School ef Technology.
Only about 1 per cent of tbe tots! wealth
?f tbe Called Ststee Is Invested In church
property, but. aceordlns to Booker Wash?
ington, over ? per cent ef tbe wealth of tbe
negroes of the eouatry Is Invested In this
wsy. They bsve IS.es* churches, with 3 Tan.
?*? members.
A colony of Seen front Busala is to be es
tabitsbed In Florida, presumably by tbs
Rothschilds A. Brill, who Is said to repre?
sent them. Is looking for s tecattou sultabls
for Jewish farmers from Russia.
Artificial milk made from the soja Lea?
Is a testimony to the ingenuity of tbe J.-.p
snese. and it is ssid to correspond very*
closely with ordinary condensed milk. The
beans are first soaked, then boiled in water.
Ppeseatly the liquid turns white: sugar und
pttspbate of Dotash in proper quantities ar*
added, and the boiling continued until a sub?
stance the thl kness of molasses is obtained.
New fed utirVea In West YVjgtnsn.
Charleston, W. Vs.. Jfovember at?The fol?
lowing industrial and development enter?
prises are reported Is this State for this
The Porter Lumber Co.. Cksrttotss, wss
Incorporated wttm VUK -XO capital stock to
mar.ufsetsre lumber.
The Chesapeake and Potomac Oil Co.,
Parkeruburg, ??< incorporated with tSte.OO)
espttel stock to develop oil properties.
Tbe Deceta Coal Co.. Randolph County,
was Incorporated with IISo.SO* capital stock
by Philadelphia capitalists to develop coal
Tb* Welrton Stee! Co.. Welrton. recently
Incorporated with IJtC.tSt capital stack, i rw
ganlsed to build plant for raaaufarturfsas
strip steel speclslties from band attat
Foslergraphs Foster's Fosiergraphs
Remember the Far-A way Friends on
Christmas Day
Of yourself will Irring hack tile happy memories of rrygone diys?
signify your unforgetting affection and tali their etile with golden
drcni* of future joys together. Arrange for sittings now. before the
Christmas rush sets in. Phorie Monroe 2465.
1U >J?itl. NM Sammu
KlrhtassTii, Vn,

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