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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 April 1912

?... ? 1. ?mW ? ? Astr-irrr aciri on whether in business or social life depends almost entirely upon health. Would you dominate instead of walking in the ruck? As Whitman says "Do you not see how it would serve to have eyes?, blood, complexion ciean and sweet, to have such a lxxJy and soul that when you enter a crowd. an atmosphere of desire and command enters with you ?and every one is impressed with your personality?" How to Have Eyes, Blood and Complexion Clean and Sweet BRIEF STATEMENTS? FROM RELIABLE PEOFLEi Milam liasKivcn mea great appetite and cleared and softened my skin. II. W. Lay don. Spray, N. C. Milam has rcsiored my sii*ht almost en? tirely. 1 was nearly blind when I itsuse. W. E. Grig?, Secy, and Treas. Weatbrooki EievatorCo., Danville, V'.i. Milan cured nie of eczema after 1 had suffered with if 26years and despaired of relief. C. 11 VVj liams. salesman for Cluett. Ptabody A; Co., Troy. N. Y. I have suffered all my life with mv eye?. Since taking Milam I can read ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 April 1912

WANTS ???ai- a. .i-c WANTED. AA3? TO WORK 0> FARM. Steady ?Bsployment. Man with family pre? ferred. Apply So MECHANICS VILLE ?FARM. R. F. D. 1, Richmond. Va. 1)1/1(1 SECOXD HAND BAGS KAflN and Burlap Wanted ?**W"*^**J Write for Prices. jUiilxo>d bag von In?* i BJchroond, Va. I? as us those Auto Tires. Rubber ? and Shoes. Bicycle Tiras; that Copper, Lead, Zinc; those that lot of old Rags, etc. Let avert this old matarla! into cash for you. Writs iu. L. ROSE A CO.. Brock At?., RICHMOND. VA. CHERS A.\D MATRONS WANTED 1er colleges and schools throughout ?outhwesu l'aj-aculars free. EDU? CATIONAL BUREAU, Raleigh. N. C. SPECIAL NOTICE. I TOU WANT TO BUT A FARM, sjr country home, will give you long time at 6 per cent, interest only. .Writ? M. Davidson, 326 ZV. Main -Street, Richmond, Va. HAIB GOODS. Uli THE LATEST PARIS DASH IONS IN HAU-t DRESSING. All Mads of h aid on hand or mads to , seder. Combings made Into switches, Prmpadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac fdc_ guarante...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 April 1912

SECTION OF THE MATHEWS JOURNAL MATIIEWS C. II., VA., TUT USD AY, APRIL 18, 1912. OSCAR W. UNDERWOOD ^MATCHLESS LEADER OF A UNITED DEMOCRACY FOR PRESIDENT WORTHY OF A UNITED SUPPORT THE PROGRESS OF A SANE YOUNG MAN By Samuel G. Blythe. Sw {Saturday Evening Post, December 30, 1911.) ?-.? wa',hot in Washington on Wednesday, the second of August last?so hot you coult. fry an egg on the pavement at Ninth and F if so be your taste ran !o ?i iCgg ,- asphalt; and m was even hotter than on that torrid corner in the glass-ccilmged chamber of the House of Representatives b-?o!?L? .u*. Mllled _Ut,c?mcn werc Pr<rscnt -t noon, and the chaplain languidly besought that they should be punhed from all guile and let it go at that It may have been there was a feeling that some of those statesmen?reposing coat less and within the zones of influence of the electric fans in the various com? mittee rooms?should have their guile removed too; for no sooner had the chaplain cone uded his thirty sec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 April 1912

INITIATIVE, REFERENDUM AND REGALL NO FIELD IN NATIONAL POLITICS tePRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT, AS CON? CEIVED BY FRAMERS OF CONSTITUTION, ONLY SAFE BULWARK OF CIVIL LIBERTY Danger of Departing from Path Established by the Fathers SPEECH DELIVERED BY MR. UNDERWOOD BEFORE CATHOLIC CLUB OF NEW YORK CITY DECEMBER 19, 1911 The main purpose of government is the protection of life, liberty and prop? erty. The safe-guarding of property rights is essential to the advancement of our civilization. Me? do not always awake to the realization that the just enforcement of the law is more essential to good government than the enactment of new statutes. Less than a century and a half ago the Federal Constitution was written; it become the pattern in its fundamental features for our State Constitutions. The world had experimented with almost every conceivable method of govern? ment for thousands of years before the birth of our republic. The statesmen who created the form of the new government were essen...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 April 1912

FEDERAL APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF OUR PUBLIC ROADS Right and Duty of Congress Unquestioned from the Founda? tion of the Government (Extracts from speech of Oscar W. Underwood in the U. S. House of Rep? resentatives, April 1, 1908.) The House being in Committee of the Whole House on the state of the Union, and having under consideration the bill (H. R. 191*??) making Appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for the fiscal year cnduii* lune 30, 1909? Mr. L iderwood said: Mr. Chairman: Objection is made to this appropriation looking to the im? provement of our puohc-road system on the ground that it invades the re? served powers of the States. 1 wi&h to say there is no man on the Hour of this House more jealous in his desire to protect the reserved rights of the States than I am. 1 believe the sovereign States composing the Union have their duties to perform and should perform them without aid or hindrance on the part of the Federal Government. 1 do not ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 18 April 1912

UNDERWOODS MARVELOUS RECORD AS MAJORITY LEADER ?N THE NATIONAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Review of the Work of the Sixty-second Congress, with Particular Reference to the Per? formance of the Democratic Campaign Pledges of 1910, under the Leadership of Honorable Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama MR. UNDERWOOD THE ACTUAL HEAD OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY Compiled by Daniel C. Roper, Clerk of the Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives In the national election of November, 1910, the people were thoroughly aroused against the Republican Party, and the Democrats swept the country overwhelmingly. The people in thus repudiating the Republicans made cer? tain demands, and in the campaign of that year the Democratic leaders fledged the Party to advanced reforms on a score of important issues. Review of Work of Sixty-Second Congress. The principal promises on which the Democrats won this election were : (1) To revise and liberalize the rules ?f the House. (2) To pass a bill providing f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL C I -- / ?- - ,- .--i VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY/ APRIL 25. 1912 NO. 10 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite H W9M 9SSMW anything In this lia? get ou* prie* before placing order. able? ua to turn out th? highest claw work at moat reasonable price?. We pay lasnsovsd ma- 1 KF?mMuWEB9uur^Bf?!?S?^ J frelebt and give ?Binary with "T ^Tij ?????i itEmsT***^ i personal atten tlora to placing work In eeroe tery. tnvtte you to call and Inspect onr large stock of finished Ih MotfoIlL If unable to call write us for oatelog-ee, LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and William Ave. NORFOLK. TA. ?each Car lisa **** im. F B. ?. Mnmford, Pr?s.. J. P Nottingham, V.-Pres. and Cashier. GLOUCESTER MA THE WS BANK, Inc. Paid V, Capital $50,900% ?* MATH EWS. H., VA. the account*, of Anns and Individual? and offer* te e-aston.? rs sseouiiuadation oonslstent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Accounts. AD Money In Tault Cev ered By Burglar Insurance. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

5I?H11U UR FLOOD VICTIMS ?*r\>l.l?o\\i\?- si t.t.i si it)\ OP Tin: ? I'ltl.MIH \ 1. t,o\ | KNtilC l*-???l I ?? Mil \U LPrealdent William Howard Taft, of th. N iti.inal Red ?'r< ss Society, has issued an n: all the p. of the United Si . the immediate aid t?t j...?????? homeless and ?drstituT- v along the line o Mississippi Hiver, which, t a month, has bees ov< banks, breaking levees ana ?death, destruction and dismay In its? ?Wake. ?lent Taft telegraphed the ap *p? at t-? Qovernor Mann, who la 1 ?dent of tlio Virginia Red Croaa elety, and the Virginia sxscutl? turn Issued the following: To t ??? 1 . ?pie of Virginia: 1 ha\a- just received ? b from His Excellency, William il. Taft, president of the Amen. .m ic. .I C * h;: that conditions ?>t d b ?ult. :u the Hood in the Io*-<-r ldississippi Valley have assumed Intensity and naagnltude ss to ?require him t?> glvs Information of iii? t.< the i.pie <?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

DRIVES IN FRONT OF* SUBWAY -? " TRA?N AND IS INSTANTLY KILLED Herbert A. Sawyer, Boston Representative of Gorham's, Flees Mul doon't and Kills Himself at Grand Central. NEW YORK.- ? Herbert A. Sawyer. nta tive of the Gorham Com] tha, with the at Thlrty-sLxtb u Av. nue, dived In front ol a subway tram m the Grand o'clock \v."i nssdsy svei i to th. Saw \. r his nre *.v bile bis wit? i young ?roman, and his brother, ton. waited for him in the Grand Union Hotel, they having hurried here from I :.?st<?n V. ft? r ?'...lit.- ? t he had disappeared from Ifuldo. rium in White Plains, where li? sent a few ?i.?-.s ago ' ? nervous breakdo As the r. p <>f the ? lor? ham Comps r, who was only thirty-tli 1 lOStOB ai ! li\ ? ?I in Newton i I lands, one of t he . ? - uburba n dentlal districts. ?Bawyer was nthletic man of six feet, but constan! k and li- ner? vous breakdown eom< ? He became despondent and at times talk? ed of ending his life. On th*? advic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

1912 SPRING SALE l^lmfjf4VE9Y T^sdepartment is in.charge of an expert milliner and ;>,ur creations are the Relight ,of -ill the ???jes. DRY GQO.DSof fll grades an the latest 4?sjgns. SHOES -Low shoes tor ladies, men a?j children .in the newest ??r$| most atyjactTie shapes. HATS straw t#ts suitable for the Spring season for men and .toys Matting. Ryg$, Trunks. Suit Gases and Parasols The above is byt a small ?portion or the splendid assortment of gQOtls which we will take pj??asu,r? in showing yoy. Jarvis k tt?k's Dept. Store .SS .? ? -..??. i?? i . ~*~ ?,.?>. .-. , a******** MiTHEW.S MARINE RAILWAY Equipped wi?r?? 9 ?9 $. P. Doyble Cylin li Steam Engine ?Mid capable of < drawing DXt any boat of not more ,ta\iar{i ,1,00 ton Lortbeo. We arc now ready for business. A full forc.e ?^f Carpenters, Painters. Riggers. Ma? chinas, Etc., alwavs on " han^ prepared tc do ajjy' ^ecessarv work, Co?omo?Jins Wharf and lar^e anchorage rqom with good harj fc?f. COPPER...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

GRAND MILLINERY DISPLAY At W. |. Grimslead's Department Store Since April ist, my millinery uepartattrnt (-?a-? been filled with up to date hats ot the latent styles and in charge of an experienced milliner. Mies Rose Lang, of Pulaski, Va., who will be pleased to show you everything in this line SHOES Our shoe department is mor? large! v stocked than ever before sad we call your attention to: first, the quality, sec ond, the *.rce6, which are the greatest salesmen in tjc country. ?DRY GOOOS AND NOTIONS Here are to be found all the most attractive fabrics at ex? tremely low prices. Dress satin worth $: for 79 cents. Yours to serve, W. J. G r i m s t e a d, SOLES? - ? VIRGINIA NATURAL IOE1 FOR. SALE. T^et?tt^'i-Hre hutidred ton* ai fresh water, cr>??.al tee. M to 12 inche? thick. I have i are? boats to ?deliver i?oe to any points on the Piankitank River and the Have? and down to New Point snd would be Riad to contract with any IT ? h a-r met? and oyster shuckers. and to sup...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

1,342 PERISH MEN GIGANTIC LINER SINKS IN AI? OCEAN N' ifORK.? Special.?Two mili ice strewn seas off the Grand Bank. ? N .unll.mil lies the - OOU White Star liner Titanic, the led, whi. h went down *i*arly Monday m ruing i her maiden voy?age to New N The number of sou lied in the sinking of the gigantic ocean greyhound is estimated at from 1.2C0 to 1,500, while the num? ber of those saved in life boats and picked up by the Cunard liner Carpathia and other ships are estimated st from 075 to 866. The disaster, the greatest ever recorded in the annals of the sea, has thrown a girdle of grief over two continents. Among those reported missi.. were men of world-wide re? nown and high in the walks of finance and ether pursuits. Among them were Colonel -John Jacob Ast i T. Stead, veteran London journalist. heim, Henry B. Harris, Wash ington Dodge, Colonel Archibald Ora lonel Washington Rocb ling, the famous bridge builder: Major Archibald Butt, military aide to President Taft; Fletcher Fello...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

'erfoct Skin Dr. Woods Hutchinson, considered one of the most brilliant writers on modern therapeutics, says: "richness and freshness of colo?* are Richness and Purity of Blood and vi^er of circulation. A good ComplexHm cxphaticaliy comes from within; only imitation! and poor ones at that can be painted, plas? tered or rubbed on from without. To look well you must be well." If you want the clean, clear complex? ion glowing with the crimson of pure blood, the bright sparkling eye and the happy expression that comes from vigorous healthy blood, ask your druggist about Milam. A blood purifier and reconstructive tonic standing alone and without competition. If you sus-pcxrt wrf other preparation of ?being in its class we ask that you read the libels. The pure f?x?d law pr?>t?*cts only those who read the labels. No blood remedy should contain alcohol?a false stimulant and uric acid pr?jduccr. Buy Six Bottles for $5.00, and Get Your Money Back if not Benefited No alcohol or oth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 25 April 1912

WANTS BAGS &ECOND HVM> aUQ9 and Burlap Wanted Write for Prices. ?ll'IIMOMi KV? CO, lnxv, sUchssead, Y a. ?jaW i a? Chose Auto Tires, Rubber ?sad Shoes, Bicycle Tires; that Copper, Lead, Zinc; those ; that lot of old Raga. etc. Let avert this old material Into osas for you. Writs u?>. L. BOSK A CO.. Brook Are-, RICHMOND. VA. CHERS AND MATRONS WANTED tsar oolleges and schools throughout ?oaihwost. Particulars free. EDl - OPTIONAL BUREAU, Raleigh, N. <.. SPECIAL NOTICE. ? TO? WANT TO BUY A FARM, ?sjr country home, will give you long (Storno at 6 per cent, interest only. Write M. Davidson, 326 V. Main Richmond. Va. HAIR ooons THB LATEST PARIS ?ASF SONfc IN HAIR DRESSING. All ?Mads of haid on hand or mads to SO der. Combings made into switches, rpycnpadours, Puffs, etc. Satisfac |as~i guaranteed. HUGHES, 209 Third St., Richmond. Vs. BUB IT OUT. g?H3?REVER ACHE OR PAIN IS LO Bjatsd?stiffness and soreness of ?Muscles or joints?rub in Frayser's ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 May 1912

VOL IX MATHE\j MATHEWS !C. H.. VA., JOURNAL ..-ja HURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912 - NO. 11 Monuments am in Marble anything In this Una I < afM i? poutfuHy In rite yon to call a ??B mmmm fei Norfolk. If unable to LAWSON I T llth Street and T NORFOl ?A Ftno Beach Car Lisa 1758. B. E. Mtunford, Pr?s., J. P N< GLOUCESTE BAN Paid Up Capital MVTHSW ?BVOselte the accounts of firms ar aeoommodatlon consistent with Interest Allowed 0 AH Money In Yault Coi Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. C. D. C CONTRACTOR FOB EQCll fflwUHBIira WATER SOFTLY, WIHl OK} ENGINES, ACETYLENE G. UGnTIXJ, BELLS AM? BAN SPECIFICATIONS PIxond Dr. M. S. FOSTER DontJst. Office Over Slbley Broo*. MATHEV. *,. C. H.. VA. ?Offlee Hours: t to 13 and 1 to 6. SCHEDULE NOBFOLK-MATTIIEWS- (?LOI (ESTER ROUTE. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Effective Monday, March 25th. the steamer POCAHONTAS will per? form service on the Norfolk, Mathews and Gloucester Route as follows: .*xy?*r Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and and Friday. Sa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 May 1912

MARCONI TELLS OF $ WIRELESS TELEGRAPH Oarpathia, Which Saved Mai U"i ta, Had Limited Scope??Oui fit Was Medium or Short Dis , tance?Witness Never Heard of "Mount Temple." WASH!NOTO>, I?. C Swinl. Gugltelnto Mare?>ni. lu.. ?r?>at WaTeless system tluu I la name, denied before the ?Sen ?&e invest patins: committee tha fce had hi any way interfere with i>r suppr? -.-yl (!??- news fnni th*? Tttaiii?- disaster, cither fron the wrcek' scene <>r the re**cuc shi| Carpathia. A nioim-iii lat?-r Chairman W ?I llain Ahlen Smiili confronted aMr conl with four ini-ssati> picked ii| by ?the battleship Florida. li which CTii?-f engineer Sammi*. o the Ma?Mni office, ?lircetcul th operators on the Carpal hi? V keep thi-lr mouths shut. This -sensational ih-iKiuriiien brought th?- apectaSora to Instan attention. In the n?te?f*age Samml told tin* iiK-n to report IO >lnr? ?m himself u|M?n arrival, ami mid i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 May 1912

FRANKLIN DENIES HE SENT MESSAGE American Representative of the Company Impotent to Control After Vessels Have Sailed From Port?Great Crush of People at Hearing. WASHINGTON, 9. Ca, fcpedaL? 1*. A. S. Franklin, second ties president of the International Mercantil?- Main.?-, swore on the slant! before tin- Senate comiult les Investigating the- Titanic dis? aster that aeither he nor any of fit er or employe wf Hie White Star line luitl sent a m?-. sago last Monday to Congressman Hugh?-?-, at Huntington. \V. Vu., slating: Uiat ail the Titaiile'H pan* tv.'iig'. th h.ni been saved ami that tb?> >?-sscl was being towed into Mali rax. His testimony was highly in? teresting, in \i?-w ol lh?- ta?-t that Senator Smith, chairman of Hie conunilU-e, tuts ill bis possession u telegram to that ?Heel signed "White Star Line. New \'ork." ? WASHINGTON, D. C? Special.? The members ?S. tin Senate subcom? mittee lawestlgsllni the Titanio dis SSter, which includes Senators Smith, &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 May 1912

THE JOURNAL. ISSUED JSVKRY THURSDAY ?1.00 *?E? ySASI IN ADVANCE W. Ml. WINTER EDITOR ANDOWNER Obituario? tn.ikinvr ftH>re than h ,coultunn will be charged regular i?p r ites, Advertisnient, Job and news c< prepared on roffuest. Forms djfcile Wednesday 10 a. m. Hl'KSDAY, MAY 2, 191?. It is v?ry desirable that pood citizens vote. On eve and all occasions thev shot: roister their convictiors up n.atters under consideration casting a ballot Voting is n <>oly a piivilifce but it is a dul Instead of growling about t poll tax requirement come like a man and pay it before M 4th. which is the latest day th ' ou can pav it and save vour voi thereby provint; yojr right to considered a good citlzej. GoVEKOS Wilson of New Jets nod Congressman Champ Cla of Missouri are admittedly t strongest candidates for t r Democratic Nomination. T best informed political writers a thinkers admit the former to the strongest before the people the present time but nnny...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 May 1912

GRAND IL AtW. |. Grin Since April i?5t, m with up to date hats experienced milliner will be pleastd tosh SHOES Our shoe deparrm before and wt call y ond, the prces, whic country. DRY GOODS AND NC Viere are to be fou tremelv low prices. Yours to serve, w.j. SOLES. K< Twenty-five hundred toi I have large boats to deliver Haven and down to New fishermen and oyster shucke Hill in my office. Or: a Evcr\>boo\> Ho\>cs a XlClin Year after year, as ste as clockwork, the Typ demonstrates its superiority contest in everv class at the New York City. 19 World's Pi-.? 1st?UNDERWOOD H 2d UN DE K WOO i) F 3d? UNDERWOOD R 4th?UNDERWOOD E 5th-UNDERWOOD J. World*? Ama1 1st- UNDER WOwP G 2d? UNDERWOOD ft 3d 17FDBRWOOD B 4th?UNDER WOOD L World*a So Is.?UNDERWOOD * World's Eilisoi 1st?UNDERWOOD L NOT E?Above roc f The official record >?f th< minute great?'' than th?* beal Every Underwood used I machine, an exact duplicate world ?t&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 2 May 1912

n ANIC RELIEF , FU?O $600,000 ?w York Raises $150,000; Lon? don Has $450.000 for Titanic Sufferers. NEW TORK. Special.?-By Tuesday is ex; Uwu n??- reliet lund f the Indigent among the Titanic ?s will have reached $150.000. Th? wom.-n'.s r. arned over $25.000, whil. it nee was contributed ? ut . laynor, \?h? is acting as trca.-ui? : f the H?'<1 Cross fund, or to Other elief rundsi Distribution Is already undor wmy. Heavy I'uini in ELugtand. laONDON? Special.? The Titanic Survivors' tund being rais??<? by Lord Mayor Crosby reach '>oo today, and contribution? continue to pour in. Many churches tur th. ir Sunday contribution* I nd. Memorial in l/oiul?>n. IJONDON.? Special.?Solemn me? morial servlcea tor the iitani?- dead w?tp conducted in Westminster Ca t : toda] that crowded th?- greal :irml I:<>v m for the victims and pi i abeolu tlon. HUSBANDS 00NL7 HOMES BURNED v,p. - Special.? Th. ????? by Or? md i cum ?tan J.. sa an...

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