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

WEEKLY SHORT STORY VEtx^S. SELLU-t-t^S 1ELKBRYTION. By Jipan Dlckerson. Mary Alice? I'm afraid no?. Mr. ndrick." and Mr. Sellew shook his ite head and dipped his pea in the ivy brass inkstand. You havo said that before, sir,' ?i-t^tRck Kendrick coolly, "but so you havo never been able to give a good reason for your refusal." 'Good reason? I don't care for the njby connection, that's all, "said ice's father bluntly. The young man colored hotly. "My UjaS|'.her is quite as opposed to it," flamed quietly. _J*Ot course, I ?^you are political enemies, but .father said if it was a question of %ny future happiness he could swallow It." Swallow it?meaning me, eh?" chortled Mr. Sellow, whirling violent? ly about in his chair. "You can tell your father, my boy, that he doesn't have to swallow me or my family, could beat me out on that U M. and C deal, but when it gets down to per? sonal matters, I've got the controlling voie in the Sellew family?under? stand?" "You make it very plain, sir." "'...

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

H kkads of Scrap Material. M ?taro Is trots of it around you .*ry easily turned Into ?as? mem*? Hte us for prie*?? on fere?* Coapper. l**ad. Zinc, Auto T kxbber Boots and Shoes, Bones, Rags. se**?, sud 8?!?i if we ?cannot Inteiest ro'x tu ROSE AND COMPANY t.U-424 Brook Ave., Richmond, Va HAIR t.OOBS. - Xhh THE LATEST PARIS FASH? ION? IN HAIR DRHSSING. All kind* of hair on hand or made to arder. ?Oombings made into switches, Pi^aoardours, Puffs, etc*. Satisfac? tion t-rnarajttteed. HilOHliS. 209 Worth Third ?St., Richmond, Va. BOB FT OUT. wamtOraWi ACTE OR PAIN IS IX) eated--H*fct?ffnes8 and soreness of muscl?e or Joints?rub in Frayser's ?TJrsatmVierve and Bone Uniment, and tee pain ?disappears; the greatest all round liniment in use for man ?krf beast*: try It?don't suffer?Here Is the right help; 25c bottles at ?rtigglsts. Manufactured by J. W. rRAYBKR & CO., Richmond, Va, LADIES? <*on*brngs made into Switeh ?s. Puffs, Write MME. GATES, Norfolk. Va. PBAS, 5 VA...

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

"""Ttfll MATHEWS JOURNAL^ ? - - - ?a VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H?. VA., THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1912 NO. 23 ??>???.t.t.?e> \l Jn*t Reached Matseus County ]? Joyner's : j ?| GUI-A-COL j o A new remedy for Coughs, Colds, < ? O Croup, Sore Throat. Hoarseness o <> Asilima, l'ronchitls and all 4> O Throoat, Chest and Lang ]( ** Iron bles. o ,, Allays Irritation, reduces In- {| j> fi.iimnation and removes the ? ? J J cause. J> < ? It helps you or we refund your , ? <? money. <? \\ PRICE 20 Cts. J? \ I For Sale bv all Druggists *y t? and 4 ? ?? C. II. HUDGIVS, ?? J ; T. D. HUDGINS, J J W. O. HUD GINS < ? General Merchants, < > ]\ TheGVi-A-COL Me?. Co., \\ Incorporated ? ? PORTSMOUTH, YA. < i ^ ] [ CHESAPEAKE LINE CHESAPEAKE S. S. CO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITY OF BALTIMORE and CITY OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireless. Between NORFOLK, ...

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

mm FORTUNE LOST ON FIGHT ?SIUNOTOX. D. C? Special.? ,- IS1M?.-Si .- and t1 s ritten around th? ? known a? 'K I ' - in.* ?it? ? \ ? 'on I i the othei ; from ' Thej I v, Until h J. ? " world SVccoi ?,?? (.1 (? I : ; ! title. skill, li ...und in-; m ? ? \\ : yotin k? ?i I n?*?l Ken-?- Morse " Ml ?.uiir." had low . tin name In i ?ut in I h<- mad? in tl Coi i n i, ' time til?* ' " ll?' \ ' could be in rracetcd Celia ('?mi-rrn. ? of t ?1 with . s in hoi other hot see had done As anyone In All n BOtnetln itly. it wan ?m advantage m luipr? it strangers ?li?l not v 1 Idden shrewdness which made him successful in gambling and In tiusiin as deals ? t ii ? ? will, iirnl his esti will 1>.- disposed ?if ut the ii tlon of the Rdwardsville Probate Court. Thei ? \\'i.inw and i Ira one of whom is n minor. Strikers in Paris Start Demon? stration Which Ends in a Battle. MARSEILLES, FRANCE.? Special. Mohs m striking seamen, l?r*d i>> w?' liieii. fought battis ...

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

|_ WEEKLY SHORT STOBY | wt.ii \n \i:ki>al. By Eldrldge Mam ell. Threo cowboys turned their ponies into tlic coral and hurried off to the bunk-house lu search of their com? rades. "Hi, boys," shouted the lirst to cu? ter, "have you hoard the news?" "What -sowar trooried ? lank and unshaven individual, removing his pipe from [bis mouth aud throwing ou ancient pack of cards ou tue table be lore hhu. "Aw, iiothiu' to int'rest you, Shorty, A ou aiu't iute'rested in females, 1 rot kon." "'Females!'' chorused the remaining occupants of the room. "Why, sure, ain't you heard? The boss' sister's comiu' to. visit him. "How old is she?" inquired the youngest of their number, called MHsj l?ob Barnes" because of his fondness for the cracked mirror. "Oh, 1 aiu't sure," drawied the hearer of the uews, "but Skinney here seen a photo of her up to the house, an' he says ?he's somewhere 'round twenty. Curls au' dimples an' purty as a pioter, ain't she, Sklnuy?" "Waal, now, I cal'late she's a...

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

?i laaaanaaaWiiaaa." THE JOURNAL. ISSUED FVKKY THURSDAY 0 ?am vcaa in advance ?sana ? ?. - ... -!? W. M. lyilNTER EDITOR AND OWNER .Obituaries of TOO words printed free Or Mib*criber**>. Over 100 word?, five euta per '?'< AdvortVsmefat, Job and news copv r-rpared oo request. Forina close Wednesday 1,0 a. m. THFKSpAY, JUL.Y 25,1917. N?w that the ?Jate of {he Ccn s-i'inal Primary has teen pet August 24th, the voters <?? .'.i-Lari.-t should prepare themsel to render a decision between til? two aspirants for the offici. riies? gentlemen are Hon. \V. A Jones, the present incumbent, and Hon. S. K. Button of Xew .port News. Tile Journal will support Mr. Jones because of what seems to u*7 sev?-ral good and sufficient rea? sons vi/c: our great confidence in his ir.tviiity and ability, a feeling justified by his record in Congress dining the past twenty years, and the knowledge that hi> long ser? vice and his knowledge of men and event*; gained ther...

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

THE JOURNAL Entere?l at tl e Poat Office at Mathewa ?C H.. V.u. na sec?..nd-c'as* matter. ?a%aV W t: THURSDAY. JULY 2$. 1912. UICAI. NEWS ITEMS 4 for tin?*?? col? umns will be appreciated '? Rev. J. Winn visited in Nor olk this week. Kcv. L. J. Phaup spent a fow ivs in Norfolk this week [Nir Colonel R. A.White spent afew davs in Norfolk last week. Miss Emma Wolffe is spending some time M? . n View. Miss Clara Forrest is spending ome time in Roanoke. Va. s Mr. Cornelius Thomas of Ports ^jpionth, visited the county last Grover 1 hurston of Baltimore, recently visited r* datives in the county. Mrs. Ernest Hudgtns of Rich-; mond is visiting relatives in the countv. Mr. Allen Andrews of Rich? mond,was a recent guest at"Pop lar Grove.' Mr. Maxwell Jame? of Norfolk, \ some tune in I he county tW.s week. Misses Mat tie Hudgins and Eva Armistead left Wednesday for New York. The Hoard of Supervisors met in regular session at Mathews C. H. on Monday. Mr and Mrs. G. S. Marchant visited Rev. D. ...

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

POLICE FAIL TI SOLVE MYSTERi ME OF WOMAK TrOl\l> is SHIM -jtrongest Glass Fails to Deciphei It ? Blurred and Indistinct. Condition of Torn Clothes Shows Victim Was Killed While Lying Down. DaT? i al efforts ?'?pre mad?? >Vednesdaj by the < li,??t<'rtW'l?l ?tunny ?tllieiaf- t?> Interest t'oro iicr \> i 111 ; i m i II. Taylor in (lie lion \ir iiinnl.r m>-tery. W Inn the Ikm1> of tin? iiiiinl? r???l woman i exhniui??! ('emiicr Taylor will not Hi? pri'M-nt '?ni it i?? proltiiMi' tli.it he ?will later ????????t in the jin???ti cation. ? ?noiit-r Tavlor has bail B ^n?al lirai ?>l experience in siuli i ami lia- lion, linn? to tini?? ren? dered \alnal>l?? ?i??stau?'?? l<? tin? po|i<?<>. Ill- p?.--Ulh? ?Ollll???'tioll willi lin? ?-il?-?- will mean n?> rc fl???-ti<?n upon tlu? ??omit y official**. Il?? i-, laturclj Ih?i...

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

?r-?? f COLONEL WILL NOT DISCUSS SPEECH OYSTER HAY. N. Y? Special.? A prot? ny hint "i .sectional? ism in the new t i party was made friday by Colonel Roosevelt, who said that he did not v in re s man was bom or whethei father wore the blue <?r the gray, tso is he was the i Ighl i It was told of a h mad.- Thui [or t.eii ?i.?i Daniel *?. Slckles at the Neu York meetln M ?it ' t W p II I ? . . :. ? ? was quoted . row Wilson "whs born ami surroundings,** and that **we of the ?N.iiih havaj never been disposed to l?"? man In the White i louae." . ' ? ui.i let ? it. :.ut thai mil rs of the ? i" ma movement one Which would truly i of the country. "The call for the pn con? vention." he continued, "stated that be a nation-wide, non sectional movement, free from any of Hi?* (sectional <?r other Jealousies and i"1' ol the past, in my h at the < irch? strs Hall mase nieetlng in Chicago, In which I stated I would ace? pi the progressive biatlon If t? ndered to me...

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

WANTS ?-?* :- 'um- ? '.-?-? UM)*? W? buy aU kind? of Scrap Material. >er**n*af>a *?it*aare la lot? off it around you ?bat ?no-ale La very ?aacdly turned Into ?asa moo*r*i-r. Vrtte us for prices on Srase. ?Copper, Uead, Zinc. auto Tires, tubber Boots and Shoe*, nones, Kags, ?aje., and a*? if we cannot lnteie?rt L. ROSE AND COMPANY Ut 424 Brook Ave., Kicbmond, Va. HAJB IJOOPS. *i/TBST PARIS FASH )\\'L L?!'US S INC. All V ads of hair on band or made to ? 1er. Combings made into switches. ''"?mpadours. Puffs, ?etc, Satlsfac ..-? guaranteed. Hl'OHFiS. 209 N-vrth Tbird St., Richmond, Va. RUB vT OUT. RKVE**R ACITE OR PAIN IS LO ' ??.tad?stiffness and soreness of *.? .?ctes or jomta?rub in Frayser's Great ?Serve and Bone Uniment, and <\a pain disappears; the greatest aV 1 i*oand liniHieat In use for ma? ?tad b?B?8t; try it?don't suffer?here 'a the right help; 25c bottles at ?ruggtets. Manufactured by J. W. rRAY6ER & CO., Richmond. Va. ' *,XIES' c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

THE MATHEWS VOL. IX. MATHEWS C H.. VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST I, 1912 NO. 24 1.""?? ?? .Itist Benched Mathe*.-, s County jM \\ Joyner's \\ ;| GUI-A-COL j t * A new remedy for CotiKhs, Colds, < > \\ Croup, Sore Throat, Hoarseness o o Asthma. Bronchitis and all *" y Tliroout, <'In s?t and Lnng \\ ,[ Troubles. o <? Allays lrrltat-ion, reduces ?n- \\ ** flammatlon and removes the (i o cause. jj O It helps you or we refund your <, 0 money. ? > PRICE 2.*? cts. j <?> For Sale bv all Druggists *j ? {* and < ? 1 C II.lllTH.INS, j o T. D. im>(II>S, ?? W. O. IIIDUINS o <? (?encrai MerchuntK, - ?! r?ic GOi-X-COL M??-/. Co., j! *j I incorporated ? > t PORTSUOTTH, VA. j ???t?*^e*ev?eeee?be>->e>e?M?e?e?eee?, CHESAPEAKE LINE CKHSAPEAKE S. 8. OO. New Queens of the Chesapeake CITY OF BALTIMORE and CITY OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireles...

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

AIKEN, ANSRY, IS 7 tiffiN REBUKE ARs mi- ?i.itsi-: (ommitu i i.i . ? \l ??l III ? VXXOT <?l?i ?IN HIS 1)1 M \M>?. oiii'KI I Washington, p dal.? 'ht ron Alk.?:.. Ol New k. author ?>f the resolution ter an nions between ?*? Agriculture Wilson snd water ?r Interesta tenia* with th?? mittee on agriculture la an tain an Immediate In - Alken eit?'?l the important |??siti?>n h a Western Irrigating con?oern i?y Jaapar Wilson, the aeeretarys s-?n. I declared he had atTiduvits showing under the domination w ho employ the son. "But l will "in these iitll ?h?\ ? Alken, "until l reach the ihrnr of the Ho use I do not j believe this committee sjrtU ki\?- ms a atinare desL" This nettled the committee mi tu? bers. wh?> Informed Alken that If h?-? viewed the matter In that light his lution would he dropped, i:? pre- . tentative lleflin, of Alabama, moved tol gtvs Alken "ressonsble time" to pre-! par.- his evidence, which was granted.! WEALTHY AV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

PACKERS P?N FOB DISSOLUTION ri 11? At.O. ILL.. Special.?That ac? tual steps m th?- dissolution <?i the National Peeking ?.\>mpany have be? gun became known. The .;..?? compsnles held by the Nas tlonal ar?- being sssA*rne<d t>> tin prln? elpal owners of the National, the Armour, at orris and Bwlft interests. Mailing of a prlntsd notice t<> the department manacera <>i the Arsaour Company, notifying them that forty sis ??i the National subsidiaries bad I.?'?n assigned t?? ths Armour Interests bave become public. Til.- companies held by th?- National ,-alued at approximately $?"><?.00O, ?00. Tin- National Itself Is the company, the Government has frequently al? leged, through which the beel trust has been operating. The dissolution ??i this company Is ? step, it Is nn ..?>?i. known to preven! the filing <>i a dissolution suit and anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

THE JOURNAL ISSUED EVKKY THURSDAY. ?1.0O Pfl? YtAH IN AOVANCS W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNER Obituaries o? 100 words "rintetl free or ??ub-cribors Over lO' nuuls, rive cuts per Hoc. Ad-?erti*m.cnt, Job and news copy rcpaicd on ropiest. Wal Wcdmsday 10 a. m. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1,191?. an ait: [ Ktlitori il ] Governor Wilson has made it very plain that he ??esirea no trust or corporation money in his cam ptkigo tund. The servants ol high finance would \% i 11 in?^ 1 v contribute alr.iost any amount Riad ????ould ask no immediate favors, being content to let the feeling t-f obli? gation to Ihem plead their cause in time to come hut the Demo? cratic nominee will have none of ihem and he is ritzht. By the insistant voice of the plain people he was nominated at Baltimore. By iheir contribu tions (small though they may be) should he he furn'shed Campaign funds so t!*at when elected the powers of Wall street may have no claim upon his consideration. Bv fawning suhmission to these same powers a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

THE JOURNAL Entered at tie Pom Office at Mathews C. M.. Va., a? ?ecoad-cla*? matter. THURSDAY AUGUST 1. I?M2. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS NVws items tot .!*?? minis will fea) appreciated Hon. Elijah Baker Jr. is in the county. . Miss Christine Piianp has re ?^nua] from a visit to Richmond. | Mr. and Mrs. Elm?*? Booth of \Vashington, are at the Hudgin HoiiSv.*. Messrs Dix and Whitehcad of Cape (liarles, visited the county this wo-, k. MissLillie White has returned from a visit to her brother at Ra Jeigh, N C. Wk Mr. and Mrs. Gus Winder of IWMtimore, are visiting relatives at Crickett Hill. Mrs. M. C. Sawyer of Norfolk. is visiting her mother, Mrs. Ellen Foster, at Redart. Mr. Raymond Hodges is spend? ing his vacation with his mother. Mrs. Jessie Hodges. Misses Estelle and G?orgie James have recently returned ?iom a trip to N jrfolk. ?Join ew magazines arriving every day at The Journal office. Come aod take your choice. Chiite a number of Mathews people attended Wharton Grove Camp meeting last S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

t\ E JOURNAL VERY THUKSOAlTD V?AH IN AOVANCf e Taft k In the irt-r. declined ?nd tb.tt they eould or th? .uis duty. i] James I :. I nal sii'o ?day. ? .1 on in? siste 'i< ir I'riN ;it?' ? t'!? irs ? ?nil?! n?>t spare tb?> tiint- that tlu- treasurer Sh i ?> ?I* oui?: ? "The appointment <>f advisory and also under ad\i .uni selections probably w?li ti it the suii.-oiii mlti- the national commit -, Monday. We want a few hly eomp?'tent men ?>n both ol I ? mi the management of the entire campaign can Ministe?!. "Alt Mi'UL-h tl ommitte? -ajo( 'in until Moi the member? are In constant tou? h. and In all likelihood several men en |y eliKible t?i the treasurership will ounded ?nit Infor?' then." DEMOCRATS SPENT ?3649,410.05 IN 1008 WASHINGTON, 1>. CL, ?I'dy 20. B] coiitrihuiiiij- flO.OOU him-?'lf and permitting rnch ??r his tbree s?ni" ii? contribute $?.OO0, ll?*nnai? Kitltltr. trea*-iirer off the Pcuu&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

WEEKLY SHORT STORY DM KN Olti'lltV ) ) It? Km ma Kblet, 'Do I look like the guardian of a 'J y.ar-old gni?" asked Dick Belting of his friend, Gordon Amherst, as they sat togetli?-r in the former's library. Gordon favored his host with an olaboiau- scrutiny that included the ?.'own of his head ;uid swept down to liis toes, and shook his own head '?.lively. if 1 wasn't positive that you dved ! your hair, Dick, 1 should say 'no once. Brat betas* aware that b?meath ! your carefully poUshed raven locks! ther? lurks many a whit?; and ven- j ?rahle liair. 1 will say that 1 bel: you're old enough to have rta er orphan asylum in clian "She is an orphan,'' admitted Dick. "brother's child?'' asked Gordon. You know I never had a brother or a sister.'' "Confound it, man, tell me about it while 1 saioke another of your cigars.'' Gordon helped himself from the box and scratched a match. "It isn't a guee?la*g game, is it?" ".So?remember Miles Wendell?" "lVrfectly well, lie died in Japan a short tim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 1 August 1912

"?S JOURNAL J? <T\- P NFrkKKY THUKS1>A ^lk _.jHi\? ?? .We t ' y,f>,"i',I?rap Material. **?r*r*APs s around you ?hat coi. into Was^Hbd that ti' prices on Brass ? . . * i, /inc, Aut>* Tires, aatwtsber 1 Shoes, Bones, Hags, #**?*?, and s*?e if we cannot Inteieet fa. Tb. ROSE AND COMPANY iia-424 Brook Ave.. Richmond. Va. . HAIR -?OODS. a\Kh THE LATKST PARIS FASH? IONS IN 11 AI II DRJOSSI.no. All Triads of hair on hand or made to order. Otunhiagi made into switches. T<idtnpado.iri?. PuCs, etc. Satisfac? aos guaranteed. Hl 'GUUS, 201? ] KoTth Third St., Richuic: J. V.l. km; it oi ?JTHERl?\rETl ach?: or pain is L?0- I ea'ed?stiffness and soreness of i ??seles or joint??r.i ser'e ; Great Nene and T :. and ; *J?e pain tlisappears; -???au linim? : ? ' man asd beast; tr ?here is the right help; 25c bottles at ?trugglsts. Manu; J. W. FRAYSER .- Va. - ADHS* co ? Swltch GATES, Norfolk, Va IS YOU. Mi. MORT- j > ?mi money at : o buy,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 August 1912

THE MATHEWS JOURNAL VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1912 NO. 25 ? ? Jnst Reaehed Mathews County Joyner's GVI-A-COL A new remedy for Coughs, Colds, Cro>up, Sore Throat, Hoarseness Asthma, Bronchitis and all Throoat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Allays irritation, reduces In? flammation and removes ths cause. It helps you or we refund your money. PRICE 2? Cts. For Sale by all Druggists and C. H. HTTDGIN8, T. D. HUDGI5S, YV. O. HCPG?NS lirnsox & in im;i\s, E. BAKER & CO., General M ere hast s The GVl-A-LOL Meef. Co., Incorporated PORTSMOUTH, TA. CHESAPEAKE LINE CHTOAPSAKH 9. 8. CO. New Queens of the Chesapsak* Cm OF BALTIMORE aad CITY OF NORFOLK Fitted with Wireless. Between NORFOLK, OLD POINT COMFORT an*! BALTIMORE. Daily, Including Sunday. Leave Norfolk 8:16 P. M., Old Point Comfort 7:16 P. M., arriving Balti? more at 7:00 A M. the following morn? ing. *i"hrouch tickets on sals from all Old Dominion S. 8. Co. Landtage la Olouoeatsr and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 8 August 1912

BECKER TALKS OF HIS ARREST Police Comn?ssioners Waldo and Daugherty Are Both Asked to Explain Their Knowledge of New York Police Graft and Corruption. M >V YOKh. SpetiaL?Vanic i-i i-mil in Un V w Vork Police Uepartment I ne?., aiternoon when it l-cvauie kn?????' that several high ollitial-* hail been named to I ?i-t t-i?l vin'iin ?? Whitman a~ parti? i|*aiii> in the graft system ilia! r?>iili??l in the assassination oi liftman l*.<>*-cuihal and ih?> in? di? tin? nt ?)l Lieutenant Charit \ lU-cker. I i".lit ini'ii. occupying high po? sition?, ???-re Involved hi t' ?* ? a-? bj ??<?? ? ni? -?S.?OH-. of ".lad" H?>?? ! Ifl Wchher antl Hurry ValaVon, a.-cording tt? rc-*orts cur? rent about Mr. Whitman's office. Tin- District Attorney refuse.? to -i\t mast tiu*>?' nain?-?. The ver) i w-imivr man who saw the Di?tri<t Attorney was later Ih ? ii) various ?rottce ?>itiiiul? ...

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