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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 December 1910

f Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISH KD EVERY THURSDAY. ?o*owo*oi*o*o#|o*o?lo*o?to*oito | OUR SO DA | |FOUNTAIN I lb rkrvVs nf?rCOOI.KRT as it ? * MOOT' it K it>Musnn x <n; grox. ? O MA OK Y?tl?M TKIKCl'KmANo * * moht WIIOMNONE HATKRI. J V if AI.N o [o ? 51 tS i o o plenty of crushed fruith fancy 51 q drinks to please hy til eik novelty g If our icr cream is noted for its O ? smooth richness and purity? q o prove its merits. jt ? our ice cream soda and kuu 2 t{ drinks are the rest. we serve o o tiiem just to suit your taste. 51 % o o we also make frksh home made j| Kf candies daily, and handle the o g choicest link of fancy fruits. j S PAUL STAMUS CO. 2 o (9ausm, va, 5 ^*c*o*o*o*o;io*o*o;?ovcoiaoito>? ELECTRIC LIGHTS ave your electrical work done ey experienced ani) compk TENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Saleni 'Phone 635?ltoanoke Consumers Coal and Supply Company avin a n-niiMMco pun., iicnr IMhiiI 1'IIONE NO. IDH POCAH...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 December 1910

t) J For Our Gumption on The Farm. The wages of gin is death. 1 f the elevator to success is stopped- try the stairs. without his nonnpr in him is worth his stilt. Toll .vour wife how well her rt>oiing tastes and wlmt good butter she makes. Don't envy the man who is riding around in his auto until you know how big his mortgage is. Now is a good time to naiV loose boards oil the barn and sheds and to replace broken glass hi the window. Time may be money, but the , average man would rather give J vou two hours' talk than lend you a quarter. I Cultivate the friendship of evcry farm animal from the dog to the horse. The man who has not friends of this kind is not apt to have many elsewhere. ' If we would devote one hour each Saturday to the little postponed fixing-np tasks, how much we might add to the general appearance of things. When you want legal advice, ' hunt up some man who would ra- ' ther help you to keep out of ' trouble than to get you out after you are once in up...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 December 1910

P FOOTBALL MAKES FALSE STANDARDS Kx-Gov. Montague Depreciates Placing Physical Above Mental. Side remarks by former Governor Andrew Jackson Montague on the subject} of football created a great deal of interest at the annual publlo meeting of the Virginia Library Association. The ex-Governor said ho believes football establishes a false standard in education. His remarks wee pretty liberally cheered. The attendance was large there being very little going on at! the time in other bodies, and mostl of the school people being gathered in the .John Marshall Auditorium. Ex'jovernor Montague presiding. it came about in this wise: On Thursday night Dr. Mims in jo ulai' mood opened his speech by some remark as being depressed over the defeat of Caro Una. So when Professor Black began his speech to the Library! Asso iation yesterday morning he said that on the previous afternoon he had yelled for five minutes after Todd had made his phenomenal run, and found himself beating a stranger frantic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 1 December 1910

s o RAISING WIN- | ! JER BROILERS Messrs. Editors: There is hard* period of the twelve m? nths when it may h ? said thai poultry need 1 *ss attention than at cth-*r times, but it is certainly tiie ease that there is a time i 'M the most profit may be j mad* fiom the poultry yard, and that time is winter. It is not necessary to remind any on' that 31) to 40 and r?() cents a dozen is a high price for eggs and that there is good profit in thorn at that price. Fpwer people, however, realize that there 'nr a big profit in broilers and that broilers can I)? raised as successfully in winter with proper preparations ami rare as they can bo in the sprint?, and 1 bet tea than tho.\ can be in midsummer^ The greatest enemy of old as well as young ehiekens in winter El isi not the cold but tli v wet. We seldom have weather in Virginia thab will hurl chickens if it is unaccompanied by rain, and then if the fowls are properly shel-; tered and protected no damage need result, birds must be kept in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

F \ Just Received h ROM TIIB "Pecan Plantation, Louisiana A Shipment of that Absolutely Pure NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES I CATAWBA and FLOYD BUCKWHEAT FLOUR Johnston, Da; & Terr; Go. I jj^HV 'PHONE 24 fi I cm ?imcs Hciji&itt ?onsottbateb ^ 16, (603 * SALEM, VIRGINIA,THUKS1)AY, l)KCKMBKft 8, 191o7 VOLUME 45. COUNCIL MEETS IN REGULAR SESSION Only Routine BiisIuchs Trans acted at Monthly |H Meeting. The Town Council of Salem met in regular session in the W ' Council Chamber on College ave' nue last Thursday evening. a rinx 4 nnn<in4- ,. f o... ?'il VC^l V?* vT 1 IJH7I V U1 IIIC ? or had born read and accepted, the regular routine of business was suspended that some of the cititens might present matters of personal interest. Mr, it. \V. Kime brought up the / matter of fencing the court house and jail properties. After a short discussion, Mayor Persinxer appointed Councllmen Dillard and Kcssler to act with a committee appointed b.v the Hoard of Supervisors in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

F _2 REFORM SHOULD TAKE PLACE Too a Period Between Eection and Convening of* Congress. \ + 4 ,,?>4 ' -??? i.ivvnuuii nil S I reiiunit.iy ueetl drawn to the anomaly in our system of government that the Congress elected in November does not meet until December of the following year. In no country where parliamentary inati-| tut ions pertain in a term of more than a year permitted to elapse between the election of a representative assembly and installation in the seat of power. In England the newly chosen Parliament meets within four or five weeks after the writs of election have gone forth. In 110 other countries that have representative assemblies is the interval longer than two or. i three months, and our own State I Legislatures generally meet in j the January or February follow- , ing the November balloting. Ah the Washington Hernlil cor- j Sreetly, remarks, tlie present system. is a relic of the tedious nn l x inconvenient method of travel a century ago. At the present...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

W. C. T. U. COLUMN ^ OI'FK'EKK OF NALKH W. C. T. (J. President?Mrs. Mlroali Hobbs Day. Corresponding Secretary?Mrs. .1. K. Shank. Recording Secretary?Mrs. I*. 11. Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy Oravely Stevens. Vic? Presidents Mrs. Cbas. Price, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. J. K. Shank, Mrs. Lucy Kuhl, HV and Mrs. II. T. Seiuones. H Superintendent* of Department**. V Almshouse and Evangelism ? Mrs. C. E.Oben slinln. W Literature?Mrs. C. W. l'rice. Medal Contests?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. Florence Crit.tenton Home and Purity?Mrs. K It. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. II. Da v. Sunday School Work?Mrs. (Jeo. Stevens. Soldiers und Sailors?Mrs. Oeo. Moyer. Social Meetings and lted Letter Days?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Flower Mission?Mrs. Olias. Wilson. Medical Temperance Mrs. J. K. Shank. Sclentlllc Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unfermented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. % |Tho Times-Kegistcr and Sentinel, at their request, Ims placed a column at the disposal of the e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

I PUBLIPUKD KVBKY thuks1 Salem Printings Pub F. H. Wai.tbks, Editor a Subscripts On? tfoar, ..... Nine Months, ..... Six Months, Three Months, .... PHONE The lUittc (Mont.) Intcr-Mounttain refers to Collier's as the mouthpiece of Colonel Roosevelt. Is this intended as a reflection on the "National Weekly," the Colonel or the Output? A test made of some canned engs in Chicago recently showed that a teaspoonful contained 34.000.000 bacteria. With the supply of fresh eggs almost cut off. otic will soon have to choose between an eggless breakfast ] and a few million "bacteria. ? m Now that the winter lias sot in in earnest, owners of rtoinesie animals should be considerate onougn oi these faithrul rrionds to provide warm and comfortabl * sir. Iters aganist the cold and the snow. Those who do not ' do so voluntarily. should ho com- ^ polled to. It is said that Roosevelt is to make public for the first time ' at the Now Haven Commercial ' banquet next week his views of 1 the recent clccto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

Times-Register and Sentinel. PUIILISIIBD EVERY THURSDAY. Ho*oHo??oHOHoHoitor.oHoHoHOHo SOUK SODAi y FOUNTAIN I H* rrrvks the .voolekt and 2 V MOST REFKEftHINC} (f SODA, O ho haiik mo* tbk i'l'kkktaki) ? j moht whoi.moju ma1*k1. j If ALU. ?. h ? 5 m jg ? o o i?i,i:NTY ok crushed fruits fancy x 9 5 dkinkstoplka8k by their novelty ? i If oub ick cream is noted fob its g ' ? smooth richness ani) purity? ? i O prove its merits. jf ? our ice cream soda and eoo 2 tf drinks are the best. we serve o o tiiem .iust to suit your taste. x 0 we also make fresh home made j| k candies daily, ani) handle the o ? choicest line of fancy fruits. ? 1 PAUL STAMUS CO. 5 O SALEM, VA, g , 0*o5?0l?0i?o5?0l?0j?ofc0j?03?03i0j?oai ELECTRIC" r uiiitw H * m .ML JL AVE YOUH ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RY EXPERIENCED ANI) COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY 'Phone 85?Salem 'Phoue G35?Roanoke Consumers Coal and ] Supply Company lot It A TonnonMcc NN., noiir tilitHs l'lant l'IIO\K NO. 1?H POCAHONTAS pi H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

<; For Our Fl IISTON I FTTFR <J!iarles W. Ty??r, Te*., ^rapli Operator, Killed by Freight. Mr. M. G. Harper, of Lafayette is visiting Mrs. It. CJ. (Gardner. Mr. Mv G. Harper will move his Tamily to Princeton this week. Miss Helen llyorle lias returned from a visit to her sister at I Glen Alum, \V. Va. A fine son was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Gardner, last Monday. Sheriff Martin is petting a loir* as well as could b? expected. The Gross-May berry trial has been irointr nn HovornI ilfivs Baby Boy was glad to hoari from Baby Girl at Lafayette j last week. The members of the Friday I Evening So ial and Improvement Club were informally entertained Friiday by Mrs. Rollin Gardner. It required only the eye oT the casual, observer to note that the social as well as the improvement feature of the clubl was in full swing. The entire j lower floor was thrown together) and suggested a bower of evergreens numerously dotted with j delicately shaded waxen tapers! which, when ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

PP".' THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION. I AIucli Sickness Due to Bowel j Disorders. \ doctors first question when consulted by a patient is, "Are your bowels regular?" lie knows that btf per cent, or ilness is at-! ^^^toiided wittf inactive bowels and' l^^orpid liver, and that this con it ion must bo romovwl gently P^Buml thoroughly before health can ^^Bbc restored. ^^B Rexall Orderlies are a positive ^^ pleasant and safe remedy for |^Bconstipation and bowel disorders,. ^^P in general. We arc so certain of ^B their great curative value thatj ^B wc promise to return the pur-1 chasers money in every case when they fail to produce entire ^P satisfaction. Rexali Orderlies arc eaten like B candy, they act quietly, and W have a soothing, strengthening. * healing influence on the entire intestinal tract. They do not purge, gripe, causs nausea, flatulence, excessive looseness, diarrhoea or other annoying effect. They are especially good for| children* weak persons or old I folks. Two sizes 25c and 10c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 8 December 1910

8 olww TON LETTER "What Ih Hoing in :mm1 Around The Nation's Capital. t From our regular ?*(?rit"sj?oiident,l .Mlrr a rceus ami an election c v < nt iHI in American polities, the national legislature is again in session in Washington. it \\ ili be a full year, however, be fore the result oT the recent elections eani bo fully felt in legislation, ami "by thai tlin * lli.'re may be su 'h changes in eonunerel ; industrial, an 1 political conditions that! tin int nt;on of the voters as expressed a few weeks ago will be inodifi I or in some instan os nullified. It is an unfortunate eoiuli i m that twelve months must elapse and a session of congress intervene before the will of the country as expressed at the polls ran be carried into effect, and when it is remembered that this condition is lixeV in the Cois.i ution. that fetish of the American lawyer and statesman, it is difficult to see how reform can be effected. It is expected that the present session will address itself to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

Oranges and Juicy?all Sizes at your own price, 20c. *^jc.:C,c 4tk*?r,0e l,pr dozen. Nuts Tlio Wiriest Stock and Host Assortment Candy Chocolates. Darby's Assorted Chocolates .10c per lb. Loose Candy and Candy in Dozes?all kinds of Candy. Fruit Cake 20c and 25c per pound. Johnston, Day & Terry Co. 'PHONE 24 v , $alcm Sitttes iteaiotrr ?on^oUbalcb |j^ uiittri ^TtoDcmbcr id, 1903 SAIEM, VIRGINIA, TIIIRSI)AY, DECEMBER 15, 19)(h VOLUME 45. ORIGIN OFTOMF XMAS CUSTOMS Most ofTbem W?r? NotOrljrinally Connected With the Y uletide. Wo are- apt. most of as, to ob serve 1 lie customs and traditions of the Yule-tide with the feeling that they had their birth with the first of the greatest festivals of Christendom. The Christinas tree, the gift giving, the randies, the holly and the mistletoe have become so identifir 1 with our celebration of Christmas thalf thoy seem as inherent and peculiar to it as the*1 radiant points to the Star of Nativity, and .vet it is to antiquity and heathe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

r 2 i DONTS POR SENDERS j OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS j I Should Ho Plainly Add reused' and Securely Wrapped. j Don't wait until the last minute to koihI your present. Remember the thousands of others and they can't all he'handled ] at the same time. It is inev- 1 itable that some will be delayed, i It may bo yours To avoid this ^ mail early. | Don't Tali to securely wrap j B your packages. Thousands of t B packages are lost every year on ' B" areoimt of bad wrapping. | Don't fall to plainly address ? L your packages. If you d o not i [: write plain or spell well get a J I friend to write it for you. ThouI sands go to the dead letter of- ! | fire every Christmas on account , 1 of bad writing and spelling. Take j f no elianees on the address, j Don't, above ail things, fail to . put you own name, street and ' post office address on every, , package. This will insure its1 return to you if anything should! go wrong with the package. [ Don't fail to put sufficient j jt stamps on all packages to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

W. C..T. 1). COLUMN Ol'riCBKN OF ?ALi:W W. V. T. V. President?Mrs. Mlmab Hobba Day. Corresponding Secretary-Mrs. J. K. Shank. KocordJnirSecretary?Mrs. P. H.Clark. Treasurer?Mrs. Lucy (J ravely Stevens. VIcp-Presidents?Mrs. elms. Price. Mrs. (ic<>. Moyer, Mrs. J. E. Shank, Mrs Lucy ltuhl, aiul Mrs. H. T. Semones. Supr rMU rmlrnls of llo|inrt motils. Almshouse and Evannrollsni?Mrs. C. E.Obtnshain. Literature?Mre. C. W. Price. Mc<lal Contests?Mrs. Chas. Corhitt. Florence Crit.tenton llome and Purity?Mrs. K H. Moore. Press?Mrs. M. H. Da v. Sunday School Work?Mrs. Goo. Stevens. Soldiers itnd Sailors?Mrs. Geo. Moyer. Social Meetings and lied Letter Days?Miss Macule Whltesoll. piowtr Mission?Mrs. Clins. Wilson. Medical Temperance?Mrs. J. K. Sliank. Scientific Temperance Instruction ? Miss Fannie Folkes. Mothers' Meetings?Mrs. Mary Ferguson. Unforinented Sacramental Wine?Mrs. J. J. Lewis. [The Tlnies-Resrister and Sentinel, at their request. has ntncod a col...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

4 * ? in nMmtmw?mmmrnmnmmmmmmmmKmmimmmmmm?mmm?m ? Jtaleui limeg-^eg PUUL1?HKD EVERY THUKS Salem Printings Pue F. B. Wai.tk.ks, Eihtou j Subseripti One Year, ..... Nine Moutlin Six Month*, ..... Three Mont.hu, .... PHON! \ Cincinnati woman says she is not going to rest until kissing; is abolished. Most women could not rest if it were abolished. Will Dr. Frederick A. Cook's works be popular with those \\ ho are selecting fairy stories for Christmas gifts for the children? \t Inst we have readied the season when the voice of the sage who advises early Christmas shopping is no longer heard in tins land. A fire recently did much damage to Tammany Hall, but the records of the organization were uninjured If the records of ! some ?r the things it has done were destroyed it would have compensated for the loss. Andrew Carnegie has transferred to a board of trustees of twenty-seven members a fund oT SJO.OOO.OOO to be devoted to the abolition of war and the advancement of international peace. l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

I Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHRD BVEKY THURSDAY, feoteoaeoitoicoacoatoxor.oxottoatoteo g We Make all the Candy jj g we Sell, consequently, ? g we Sell all the Candy ? g we Make. jj o In buying from the makers, * you get it Cheapest and * g Freshest. o If We have not spared time, tal- c ? enfc or mouey in prepartion o g. of our g o I CHRISTMAS PACKAGES f o * % Call and inspect aiul your good ? o taste will not allow you to M go away empty-handed. jl k PAUL STAMUS CO. I O NALEM, VA, V OatOfeOfeOfeOfcOfeOMOfeOlloaiOMOltoai ELECTRIC LIGHTS AVE YOU It ELECTRICAL WORK DONE RY EXPERIENCED AND COMPETENT ELECTRICIANS W. E. WOLFENDEN ELECTRIC COMPANY HH Of tl jl nuue oo?oaiem 'Phone G35?Roanoke Consumers Coal ancC Supply Company lOlli A TonneNNco Ms., ncartilnns IMnnt ' ONE NO. 1?K POCAHONTAS fl (1 A T RED ASH AND J /I I . VA. ANTHRACITE U U JLL U LIME AND CEMENT. G.T.KHRX I The Blacksmith j lias employed a first-class htrse-shoer from Rhodes' shop, Roanoke, Va., and is now better pre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

For Our SINCJKR SOUNDINGS. Mrs. Kiln Curry lias returned Iriiin I'nviott, whore she has been visitinjr frirtuls. Mr. Clius Owens has returned from I'o:in:jlcfv wli:>i?3 lm his sister, Mrs. F. W. Uowcrs. Mr. 1'. J,. Wood has movprl into hi handsome residence at Soars v Station. Mr. (.'lias. Owens and family arc on tlu? sick list with colds. Mr. Uod Fields, of Koaiioke, is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary , Fields oT this place Miss Ottio lluttoii, of Atkins I visited Jior uncle, Mr. .1. L. Mender lite, hero. Master Albert Warden, of Kon- | noke, is visiting his uncle, Mr. I leiulerlite. Mrs.. Cltus Owens went to Sa- i lent oil a shopping tour for I'hr.stmas. Mr. Walter Smith, of lion noke. is visiting in this virility. Mr. Ishinael Saul is convalescent after a severe attack .of typhoid fever. Mrs. Margaret Owens, of whom we made mention In our last weeks correspondence, died Thursday evening at the age of 77 years. Sliel eaves a devoteil husband and two sisters, Mrs. Jacob I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

For (hn IIj A PAYETTE L?ETTEIt. ? Mr*, audi Mi*8. W. \\ . Gardner (,ravo a very pleasant social last Saturday evening in honor of Miss Itub.v Calfoo, who was visiting: Miss Willie Willis, the ass'stnnt teacher at this place. The gay party arrived at H o'clock. Interesting games were piuyen aniid laughter. Merriment was also caused, by a chewing gum , on test,* in which prizes were awarded for the best animals made from the gum. The first prize was won by \fr. B. A. I'rown for making the best deer Miss Mae Moses was successful in getting the first ladies prize for making an exceedingly lifelike eat. The booby prizes were awarded to Miss Ruby Calfee and Mr. W. R. Apgar. After refreshments, and music by Miss Calfee the happy party composed of Misses Edith Apgar, Mae Moses, Lottie Butt, Belle Carter, Nellie Butt; Messrs. B. A. Brown, \V. R. Apgar, Bentley Burnett and J. T. Teel, gave a' reluctant good-night. While coasting 011 the school ground, Miss Nellie Butt fell, injuring her arm v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 15 December 1910

8 CANADA TO BUILD NAVY liovcnuiHMit's Triumph Moans Con tracts Will Let Shortly. Ottawa, <>ni...?Triumph .or the Government nvi'r the opposition in tin. Mouse of Commons on the i.avl po i y anil the overwhelm bu: defeat of resolutions declaring that there should be an appeal to the people before the creation of the Canadian Navy means that contracts for the construction of Canadian .war vessels will be let shortly. The contract will call for the construction of four cruisers of the improved Bristol class anil six "torpedo-boat destroyers of the improved river class. They are all to be built in Canada, and as there are no yards at present' in the Dominion capable of doins the work negotiations arc in progress with several firms of British shipbuilders for the establishment of such yards There is keen competition between <? British firms, as the contracts for fill the vessels will be placed with one firm, and it means the establishment of that firm in ...

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