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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 15 July 1910

Uri .i PUBLIC M E FR EE F R EEThe haven't the space to give FREE! FREE!! TheTime, Te Place and The:Opportunit THERE are many things I in life to dress yourself up well, and for LESS. This public sale will open the eyes prices. I will name some One Suit of Clothes of every person who visits it when we show our goods and prices. We buy goods Ginghams, Calicoes, will be given away in New York WHERE WE GET THEM FOR LESS. Lawns, Mercerized who wants a nice, snappy suit of clothes, we've Goods, Chambrays, Saturday 2:30 o'clock To Every Person them in the latest, snappiest line in town,--all Every customer who spends new goods. We have something like 150 suits to select from and will dress Linens, Domestics, Sheet one dollar will get a Ticket. you FOR LESS. Notice a few of my prices on suits below. We will dress youin ings, Napkins, Towels, Sign your name and place this the beautiful designs. ýWe need the MONEY and you need the GOODS, so buy Ladies' Voiles, Collars, ticket in a box. They w...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 15 July 1910

··ýr. t"* { r~j fII ) t~ I(l .":g :::~ ~ ~i .A: Loalan ina1 lane Smith :spent Sunday with xeltives at this place. WWe ihave fresh ice cream. Phoenix SE.B organ of Ruston was in town inday on business. :=Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heard have re = from a visit to Ruston. MissBeulah Wilson spent Sunday . at Wyatt with friends. IMrs Hart of Arkadeiphia is visiting Sher ister Mrs. Bozeman for a few Mr. Wade H. Long visited her par ients Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Null, in S ton this week. Mrs. Thos.'A. Doyle and baby left ist Saturday for a three months visit -to relatives in San Angelo. Texas. Geta free sample of Thomas' Pur Sgative Pills from Whitley & Thomas, ihndyou :vill know the rest. _ :W. Waters has returned to Orleans after visiting his father "Miss Faye Harriss has returned :ome after spending two weeks with ratves In ,Trout. iThere will ;be no preaching at the tdst Church next.- Sunday, as v ris aking his vacation. Mr. Laoyd Hart, wife and baby of etley ere visitors to our city this i ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 22 July 1910

.... . - a N"ýoF ýPe and p • 1. T- ...11 1 1 )A- A dvertisements in this .`parr r. - I~~iifr omecla Wor 'JIaim uwmam1 tim L$avi the best re'sult5t·;~;:: "':': ''' -;:1~ ·: · · :`.:: :;: -i ·· _ ··:· .,M , .. . ,.. x.. d .. . . , ,: ..... ... . , , ·., .,c,: r : Official Journal of the 'Parish of Winn. Official Journrnalof the Town of Winnfield. : _ .. X JIT F LD.O II A F I A ,J Y 21. , ,ý . 9.--0,,. .,M1,- U BwR . In, . :.·: , >":x" "e ' . : " : -. "N I LD,1 ftO]'ISZB ; w a.F.ID AY, fUTY .9, ,.,.:! vTJMBE '16 ",:I - ;ý a..-,...ý F, xS', J ,+ . :s y: : " ' ,u , . , ....{ý='," :.>.<-._-..ý ý`Y 1 ',x ... . _ :t - o' -, ..,. . ,. :. , .. : , :.: Rebecca's Triumph. The play at the Opera HOiuso Tues -day night given for the benefit for the benefit of our .local fire department proved to be a grand success. The play was uI:highly amusing and the young ladjeihandled their parts like professionals. Miss Mary Wood, as Gyp, the colored cook, handled it in a masterly way. Did ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 22 July 1910

At h6Post Offc0 at Winnfield.iLa. S` elase mail matter. BCRiPTION RATES. .sr N .T S. i$1.00 .. . . . 60 cents.. a~blyit Advance. E `S°MYLIE & CO., ,PUBS. S 1SM1YLIE, - . ; EDITOR; tiI :journal of Town of Winnfield. 'i!Journal of the Parish of Winn. ,-,NNOUNC.EMENTS 7` :. For Congress `'', i,'re authorized to announce J. T. WATKINS f& Minden, Webater pariah as a candidate for -~ Iof louisiana, subject to the Demo Ask your school board to call a Smeeting f the patrons to discuss a * and means of improving the blic: school. This is the first s in building up the schools of 7theAcountry. - T sanitary condition of the i.to lis deplorable and, as the sea no:malaria and typhoid is.on i,1 gieneral cleaning up would eu order. Au ounce of preven ton is ,worth a pound of cure. C MADE has been reduced our and six pages during the Stw months on account of the c Batdull period, but on the Ist . gust it will issue eight pages. w. f eat'ureswill be added and its i 4srdkept up as the bes...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 22 July 1910

Agents for the McCall Company or the McCall Company The Leading Dr Goods St "ii o ou ant .. . . - WHEN: YOU , WANST IT i A AetfothMcaCopnAgents for the M.cCall Company : Th Leading Dy Goods Store:" Everything for Men, Women and Children to Wear Goods a Specialty, and ifgoodwe have it. VERYTING N TICE DRY GOODS INE. P!Write for Samples. Get Our Prices oa s ,, ..:it Ad be ti "- '' "_______"i____I ftON4. 1. ;WATKINS ýI -I "` la ecord on :Free Pa_ sses ;itadn : %:the IF;uking Privyie I a v tead the:-announcement.tý 4#Wchs rent y apeth` il :ýe:p h.e·nvfliapapeand,. uu ma R;g inst our 'resen Cori ' r t 3 an,; Joh tT. ' : Watkins; it a i ;s a kiaeth 'r hirgear w °a 0mistoadtau and incorrect. ýyjýeb(}on~tlo {defend:-Mtynd~ r k no' o oaý ~ ..;ý . "ý; ,. ^ ý .v: t =ý: : . . a ..- te': iý =ý o , ýjr~at.Ardiann v iib s ` wa Isahis r t' i libii~ce' Jyy -'4 ,. .Rprsoa tivesai:.. ~4"?' :' ti y ia; an to =c. atrodo1oe A-: ii :a . _ ,hiB'·IIIethod r {{j ; : -:: T-ý b ( is b-i -.ho: or Eit ýWatbine-i...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 22 July 1910

IT N r f your own.O.ORT *- -, ,, Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay liberal interest consistent with safety, 4 per cent. WINN PARISH BANK , WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L: ROGERS, President C. MoGINTY, Cashier. i• ,.I~;Y·^···N~~NMW~M Local and ,Personal . o can get the pure apple vinegar ' at Wood Grocer Co. lie Harlan of Montgomery is in =:W-inifiel4 this week hipment of fresh dakes and crax tve week. Wood Grocer Co. r = s Winnie Vance was in the ity Thursday :you :would;' be -prosperous buy 'hjir dry goods at O'Quiu&. Gibson. some of o r.Votan coffe and i absolutelpure Wood Go. ed Wilson ofLofton, as R. c alting frieind here. this week. r ;wlI f~nd'7everything new that's t4Y, Qul& iGibson.: _ it Wood,>wifeand eoii will leave ` or a vit t oTexas; e ia~iale a. full' ilneifeed`- stuff.a ssht~. , W~oo`' Grcer Co. i ~fll goods are. arrlving `dai ly at r &ý ýGibson's. Ol sara Bowmnan, of A Lelahdrla, etof dies arper. *new $~ail' ginghams a -aseii sas -'evebry, rte;":", .,, . ,., _: ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 29 July 1910

I{O"'rO}pOrJ'dN.# RAdvertisements in this paper $Iaces for Gommercial Work $ , always give the best results Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Win ifield. VOL. XX. -WINNFIELD, LOU ISIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1910. NUMBER 17. A Delightful Outing. Mr. T. J. Stater, the popular Rock Island engineer, was visited last week I i .by his wife and frmily from Washing- I ton, Ind. While here they were en tertained with several trips to the salt ' bath house which they patronized i greatly. The most delightful affair 1 was the basket picnic given at that 1 popular resort last Saturday. Dinner f and supper were served in the good i old picnic fashion. Among the pas-I times were |games, kodaking and a f swim in the pool. Mr. White, man- t ager of the bath house, did not forget the big swing, which was eqjoyed.by the young folks. After an enjoyable supper, the return trip home was e made, with the wagon gaily decorat- < ed with palmettoes. Those enjoying 1 thi...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 29 July 1910

Sn y thePocst Omce at Wimineldg La. I " ~nas ciass mail matter. $tT8OBIPTIO1 BATES. f- $1.00 O .m", .: _ - - . 80 cents , a-y n . Advane. ML S?, YLIE .& CO., PiU. SsMYLIE, .. .- - EDITOR. ffciaJournal of Town of Winnfield; fficial Journal of the Parish of Winn. ANNOUNCIEMNTS For Congress W*Weare authorized .to announce J. T. WATKINS -of M-inden, Webster parish as a candidate for C;ongress to represent the 'ourth Congresslon "ifaIDiSlM ct of Louisiana, subject to the Demo :ratic primary. JUDGE WATKINS' REPLY 1 Answers Statements Made by f Attorney J. D. Wilkinson. AoUther chapter has been added I rversy between Congress mkii'JT. Watkins on one side and I t Judge A. J. Murff, a candidate for dge Watkins' seat in Congress,. [ .&torney J. D. Wilkinson oni i -tother. In a statement which ige Watkins has sent to The ] STi , :;Judge Watkins answers Sthe charges made against him by ::;r'f Wilkinson, l Hs statement have just returned from iew Qlns, where I was appointed to -goon a...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 29 July 1910

'(. ea - ' ` `:' dceedh ýA o h o School: Directors oThe ofoWin d met ir tared ucommunication withe presentexee M~tir A 'r s i~ar.in intes of lastI meet- t gr =opted the claforrea Motioniof Mr. tWade prevailed -'.:establishing a temporary school at j -- id L if e for session i 191011 Crooss Roads Schoett wlaiise rned' a - ptial reporl and was continoued. resolittion:1 Be t-r odairb h The repiair of ;thn -Crusolidated Lotobirjilde was referred to the buildinotlitg o ttiee and i rthe hei. dent, sC. McGinty, is hereby ath a -' zorized to approve the claim for a payment. n. 'On'motio Mr. Wade the site ,for :Tide =Line :school 'made by heed an ordered to be placed on record.t i Mro Wade offered the folloBwing a resolution:. Be it ordained byithe `Board 'of` School., Directors of,; the 'j - TParishof'Wiun in regular stated meeting convened that the Tide r Line schoolbuilding be sold to the deacons ofth Tide Bapitist ichurch for` the sum of ift Dollors. and authofized'to sign :and execute a...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 29 July 1910

S I 47.7ý-,, 7777777 aty rMr. C.IT Fa,,-T fol 1.- .] , - ,ug out an S' H Make OUR Bank YOUR OWB enables you to fyour own. -' -w Wpay li beral interest consistent with safety, 4 per cent. a «. NN P ARIpSH BANK " WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA I ROGERS, President C. MCGINTY, Cashier. ti ti .: , . , . ,'.- .  .,': . - . ,..- ,,   • m~~~nnma c 1mnnannl n nnlun'm mu .-. ),. , - ~ ~ 3 ++' ,., ,,.., . ..,,.'= Local and Personal , r;O.C ;adps: na o,,C;;u:2-·- ----- rdWatefs is visiting friends in I this week. Vis: i get the pure apple vinegar ' Grocer Co. . Porter went , tIo t. _Maurice col ..nesda'ou busiies co. 1pment of freesh' cakes and cra &y·wek. .Wood Grocer Co. ~ou ;would:;- b pirosperonus buy lit dr; gods qat O'Quin 2&Gibson. Mi °: "some :ofoutir Votan: 'coffee and abslutlypur. Wood t. Oo,'B ý:Puto~nHarpe is up again on .4"1iO3 iline~ ihh''i 'iiI.'. liee "4'. 1=lf I is .week:: s ad hi u e r :right:. - tane iser, a "" e d .4 :at't r ir Bai Oa ' : i dkwfli indaeverythng siew that'...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

Harris and Vernon at the Air-Dome Tonight and Tomorrow Night Newri a ne ard at T p Advertisements n thispape SNew Presse and w Type always lve the best results fI aces for Gommercial Work aw,vay Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Town of Winnfield. VOL. XX. WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1910. NUMBE1 wo~~t Ix I-l-- -s1 L·I Socialist Meeting. The Socialists of V inn P'arish met in the Court lIousfv Wednesday at 11:30 a. i,., the purpose being to plan" out an educational campaign and take such ot~her steps as may be necessary to effect a parish organiza tion of the Socialist party. N. M. Moffett of the 4th ward was elected chairman and W. Eagles of Wlinfleld, secretary. R. B. Kennedy explained the object of the meeting in a short and pointed address: On motion the following committee of five was anpoinred on resolutions: R. B. Kennedy, Dr. J. B. Parker, H. G. Jones, Geo. M. Wyatt, T. C. Kidd. On motion, J. R. Jones of Grant Parish was added to ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

HE COMRADE . WM. LN SMYLIE & CO.1 Pubs. WllRNNFIELD, - LOUISIANA. MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE. The question of divorces has been under careful consideration for many centuries. The Pharisees tempted Christ by asking his judgment on the Mosaic law of divorcement, and re ceived an answer direct and funda mental. It has been a serious, a con tinuous, a vexatious question 'from time immemorial, says Newark News. All governments, clerical and civil, have tried to settle it and have failed. Our own government and each of the states and all the courts have for many years been trying to establish uniform divorce laws, and to discour age divorces, as much as possible. Yet they are increasing instead of diminishing. A few denominations will not tolerate divorces, but the civil laws recognize them. From the point of view of the latter the innocent party to divorce proceedings is guilty of no offense, ought not to be held in .dishonor and should be permitted to marry again. It is the abuse of the ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

I · -- II - : I~ · ' . · , ~~~· (~· : i:· · ~·, . 1S i--l ~n~a~ Va C us TOsW E hND v R BRADY " IQPYA,//i/f/3Otrw /VG CHAPO/. COPYR/GHfrIrIAT IRTA/Na CHAPTER I. s - cc The' Primitive Norm. Whether she had fainted or fallen to asleep, she did not know, but this one sa thing she was sure, it had been dark to when consciousness left her and it hE was now broad day, although the light seemed to come to her with a greenish il tinge which was quite unfamiliar. The n" transition between her state of yester day and that of to-day was as great lii ,as if she had been born into .morning tl from the womb of midnight and lfke ai a young animal she drank it in blindly m with closed eyes. She could hear the sl thunderous roaring of the breakers h crashing upon the barrier reef. Alone bi -her boat had been wrecked in the sl darkness of the night before- h the sound softened and mellowed by distance came to her in a deep, low accompaniment to the ti sharper and,nearer sounds of the birds a singing ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

TME COMRADE. Published Weekly... eedat the Post Office at Winnfield.La. as 2nd class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. O ear------ - - $1.00 Bf Months - - - - - 60 cents i invarfably in Advance. M L. SMYLIE & CO., PUBns. ;M. IL SMYLIE,- - - - EDITOR. Official Journal of Town of Winnfield. Official Journal of the Parish of Winn. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress W- are authorized to announce J. T. WATKINS of Minden, Webster parish as a candidate for C ongress to represent the Fourth Congression al District of Louisiana, subject to the Demo `rartic primary. Another Side. e . Texarkana, Texas, July 23, 1910. d Hon. J. T. Watkins, Minden, La. a : My Dear Judge-I avail myself c today of my first opportunity to li answer your letter of July 16. I h , am sorry that the article in the c' Visitor acknowledging your friend- P -bship for, and services in behalf of d  the order, has become a matter of f4 ipolitical controversy, as it has no P plitical significance whatever. I a iwrote the article ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

"SHOES O s. Below Actual Gost of Production IMetal Vici, Box Calf and all other kinds of leather, in new and up to date snappy lace and gaiters. Watch the date and come to see us. if you want to-save money you ao at o miss this sale. Come and examineour stock of shoes and be convinced. rilteen HundP----a-i- II I : ., . • . .: , .,1.;".. ' . -,. - . - : : , " * L ' ' ' -. I , .. . MENS OXFORDS $5;50 Patent Kid Oxfords, this sale... $4.50 5.00 Patent Kid Oxfords, this sale ..... 4.00 S5.00 Tan, this sale..... ....- ..... 3.75 S5.00 Gun MMetal.i this sale............. 4.00 S5.00 Oxblood, this sale..........-. 3.00 4.00 Patent Colt, this sale ..........-: 2.85 .00 an,1 this sale .............. s... 2.75 4,00 Gun Metal, this sale.... ...... 2.85 .0 OTa.n, this sale.. . ... ....... 2.50 3.00 Patent Colt, this sale............ 2.50 300 Gun r Metal, this sale........... 2.50 3.00 Vici Kid, this sale:. ...... .-- - 2.25 All of our High Tops will go at the same j rice: as .ur Oxfords. Now, i...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

S and Co-Operative S Union of America Matters c Especial Moment to the Progressive .Ajriculturist aI:nThe best peace maker on a farm Ei an account book. A level-headed man avoids many uips and downs in life. Some men imagine they are honest at because they have no good chance Ssteal. By the compost heap the farmer is _ ; ¢bIe to multiply his available manure :many-fold. The union must have well defined i policies, and those policies kept be If: ore the people. If we would only do our thinking be tore acting we would save a lot of : =rain fag later on. Tho union without politics is like a ship without a rudder-sure to get on the rocks and shoals and sink. Trouble is like a cowardly man. It .,ruts up a big bluff but shrinks as we 'approach it with determination. I N. o farmer in this twentieth century Is too big for his job. The job is more ilkely to be too big for the farmer. To assist members in buying and saelling is another specification of the m aIlms and intent of the Farmers' ...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

CORS Added to the Long List due to This Famous Remedy. Oronogo, Mo.-"I was simply a ner. vous wreck. I could not walk across . the floor without my heart fluttering and I could not even receive a letter. Every month I had S such a bearing down sensation, as if the lower parts would I fall out. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta. - ble Compound has done my nerves a (,,~* v great deal of good and has alsorelieved the bearing down. I recommended it to some friends and two of them have been greatly benefited by it." -Mrs. M.AE McK GIrr, Oronogo, Mo. "Another Grateful Woman.' St. Louis, Mo.- "I was bothered terribly with a female weakness and had backache, bearing down pains and pains in lower parts. I began taking Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound regularly and used the Sanative Wash and now I have no more troubles that way."-Mrs. ATL. HERZOG, 5722 Prescott Ave., St. Louis, Mo. Because your case is a difficult one, doctors having done you no good, do not continue to. suffer without ving Lydi...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 5 August 1910

DONT DO THAT! YOU'LL WATIT The money many men "fool away" in one yetr would start them on the road to true independence. When one has one begun to travel this road by banking his money he never turns back. It's a comfortable feeling. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. We pay 4 per cent, interest on time deposits, one dollar up. WINN PARISH BANK WINNFIELD, LOUISIANA L. ROGERS, President C. McGINTY, Cashier. •~ mm $m n Local and Personal { You can get the pure- apple vinegar I at Wood Grocer Co. col Miss Ruby Wasson, after attending col the Normal at Natchitoches has re- W Sturned home. . l A shipment of fresh cakes and crax al every week. Wood Grocer Co. tun P. K. Abel and family are spending their vacation with relatives ,at Du Queen, Ark. an If you would be prosperous buy- Cc 'Your, dry goods at O'Quiu & Gibson. Sh 0ur Talcum Powders are the big gesii and the best., Whitley & Thomas. ~~~ some of our Votan coffee and th ia, t's absolutely pure. Wood G. Co. pr ` C.A. Baker of Minden is...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

S,-ri. forom a Wo ,Y!i-,."always lve the best res .ts - -official Jouhalof the Parish of Winn. Official Journal of the Toirn of Winnfield. O.... X" - " ". ' WINNFIELD, LOUS.IT , F yIDA Y, AUGUST 12, 1910. NUM .Da The Si.ecial Session. For a Parish Fair. The idea of holding an annual Par ish Fair here in Winnfield has been Mc more or less prevalent over the parish fol for several y cars, but no definite steps Gil have been taken towards the accom- Tb plishment'of the project. Other par- cai ishes over the State have been and me are holding parish fairs every year, de: and the benefits resulting from them an is apparent to even the most casual thy observer,. Take for. instance our ye :ieighboring - parishes of Bienville, thi .Lincoln and Webster here in North hii Louisiana, wherein fairs are held, and Oc :epare their farms, farming meth- Ti init stock, etc., with our own here in to 'Winn,and it is readily seen that some Cr '% .incentive force has been at work in co those parishes t...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Comrade. — 12 August 1910

WM. I·LI_ f CO. :i uba. s I. sf. tNNFIELD. ', LOUISAA R'oE -OF ENGLISH JUDGES : mense Number of Frills Considered Necessary to `Furnish .Suffi- Out cint Dignity. fin: illustration of a recent article : n. the- jdges of "Old England. a series 0' `"iiportraits of 'eminent judges in cos tume was given in the Standard. It Blo : may be interesting to Standard read- hon a .i-::ere to have & brief description of the robes of ofiie, actually worn by the Ms r Ucial .di nltaries of the old land as has ' urnjsbed us by Messrs. Ede, Son & . aveuscroft of Chancery Lane, Lon d0p0 E. C., the lord high chancellor, in the master of the rolls, and the presi- re dent of the divorce -division,. all wear sho : e gme kind of full dress which is as follows: - Full court suit of velvet, copeisting of 'coat, waistcoat and breeches, black silk stockings, shoes mei with gilt buckles, black damask robe Mae trimmed with gold. The costume also comprises full bottomed wig. and hoI court hat, lace frills,...

Publication Title: Comrade, The
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