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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

CLAIM "DESiCKlECF?I?/h'S FASHIONS LED A El'AL LIFE "j NEW YORK. ?--recial.-?Revehatlon? lending to show that Harry A. Fox. the designer of women's fashions for a Philadelphia firm, who killed him? self at 385 Fort Washington Avenue, about ten days ano. hau lived a dual life were made Tuesday with the fil? ing In the SurroKate'a office of rival Jnaims for the administration of his Ketate. H Fox's suicide was ascribed to his Belief his Ideas for fashions had be? come exh ?usted, and thia morbid fancy, with the physical strain of weekly tripa to and from Phllaoel phla. led him to alay himself. The family living with Fox at the Port WashinKton address declined to aee reportara at the time. There were k rumor? that another wife had claimed ' the body. Detectives of the St. Nlch olaa Avenue Station scoffed at these whispers and were profuae In their denials that there was more than one wife, who, they said', was Mrs. Lillian Fox. The dead man's brother, David I.. Fox, confirmed the detect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 5 December 1912

11 IM) I **ast?*-d.j for i fcBJCrI?ONO BAI? < <>.. 1 Rlf-hmoud. Va. ? Vi VE PEU i IM MON! TO BUY, Bl'lIJ}, P.MIPVROVr; Pli ERTY OR U.-FT >1?RT< r month plus b /c eim-ple lotterest paya for e*a?ch $1,000.00 -borro v Write for illustrated booklet. STA?N DA-RD HOME (XIMPANY, 61? Mutual Bld-r... Uich-nond, Va. HAIBOOODS." ALI. TrTE LATEST PARIS FASH? IONS IN HAIR DRESSING. AU kind? of hair ?oto, hand or made to order. Combings made tarto switches. Pompadour?? Puffs, etc. Satisfac? tion guaranteed. ?HUGHES, 209 North Third St., mchinond, Va. RUB IT OUT. VvTHJ-n-trnT-Tl ACKE OR PAtlN IS Lo? cated?stiffness ?and ?soreness of muscles or joints?rub in Frayser's Great Nerve ?and Bone Iimment, and the psln disappears; thek greatest all round ltaiment in use lor man and beast: try it?don't suffer?here is the ?right help; 25c bottles at druggists. Manufactured by J. W. TRAYSBR & CO., Richmond. Va. Wanted Fifty Select Young Men To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

MATHEWS JO?RN? VOL. IX. MATHEWS C. H.. VA^ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1912 NO. 43 Monamente and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite rom numA ?anything la this Un? gat our pries before placing order. ablas us to turn out the highest claaa work at most reasonable prices. We pay freight and give personal atten? tion to placing work in <aem?v teyy. w"t rssseetfnlly invite you to call snd inspect oar large stock of finished ?a Mot-folk. If enable to call write us for catalogas LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street end William At? NORFOLK. VA. ?'/*? Pie? Beach Oar Uno. "??one tTM. ???? ?are doing the Am -fast bcslnec? ? riflswater Vlr ssnto The lateat t ? a r o y e d ma ? e i e e r y with ???ice our plan; 9s equipped ?au Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CLtABK. President. Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers in SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, BUILDER'S HARDWARE PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES, PORCH COLUMNS AND STAIR WORK, NORFOLK, VA No Monay in Adtranc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

mm j??? ^fij-mto tri N WuT^^ PUKING THANKSGIVING DANCE w ^ WASHI>GTO>? D. CL Special^ \ Sw?*pl by a stiff northwest wind, lire, which was dls<*ovcr?*?I about lO.:>0 u'diN'k last night, complete ly dc*?tr??y??d two d??rmltories of the Maryland Agrl?*ultural ?Ool l?*gc at College l*ark, Md. Sev eral ndjtiinlng building?* were ?saved, hut only after a hard tight by th?* Hyatusvillc lire department aiul M-orc*. o? ?-adets and residente IIvIng in the vicinity. The total tlaniage this niorning WHs estimate?! at from $100.000 t?> $1M?,000. ?-overt*?! by insurance, l'lu* ?ii-npus in front of the d?* ?Wj-oyed b-iiklinga Is ftll?ed with furiiltiinc. which was rcmovi'd from the burning buildings. Tem? porary quarter? for the hi ml ont.?* will lie provided In Science Hall and other buildings. While gii-ests attending a dance wer?? at -uippcr tire brok?* out in the attic ?of the administration building. The ?cause. It is believed, was due to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

I Weekly Short Story ?j <!._., THE IXDEl'ENDENt K OF (A I'll ER1>K. By Janen Osborne. "Well, I'll just tell you this much, Helen ; it you ever see one letting any man take my arm. you can just know I'm engaged to him." ?So ?aid inde pvdent Catherine Potter to her chum, Helen Wild. "1 know we Mve lu a sleepy, backwoods, old-fashioned town, but the way the girls here let the men pilot them from one end of tho town to the other, just as if they couldn'l. walk quite as well by themselves, I think is riddculous! And now you. ot all people. 1 followed you for eieven blocks on my way up here today, and I do believe Billey Lauchs had his hanj on your elbow half the way. I think it's awfully silly." "But 1 can't help It." Helen defended herself. "If a man bays '-May I?" when you come to a crowded crossing, and then forgets to take his hand a what can I do? I don't know." "Well, I do," said Catherine, straightening horsclf up to the full? ness of her 5 feet l*. "You can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

?JOURNAL IRSUED EVERY THURSDAY. ?1,00 rs*-i YfCAn in aovAMOs W. M. WINTER EDITOR AND OWNS? Obiiurries of 100 wortls printed free f r subivcriberH. Over 100 words, five tents per line. Adrertismtmit, Job and news copv repared on request. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. m. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1?. 1912. As chairman of the committee on Insular Affairs, our First Dis? trict Representative, Hon. Wil? liam A. Jones, bids -fair to be? come a very prominent factor in >he coming Pemocratic adminis? tration. ?Hi?? bill, known as the "Jones BiU."* framed for the pur? pose of emancipating .the Filipi? nos is on? of the few measures that arehofafngthe interest of the closing session of the Sixty Fecond Congress and is almost sure of passage when (he new ad? ministration comes in. This measure provides for the probationary independence of the Philippines for a period of eight years, giving the right to the President of the United States to ?veto : nv measure of their Legis? lature luring tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

'?*?**"?-*?? - "^1??mOeUUm.^^mmmmmmmo* i??.?"?. THE, JOURNAL Eater?**] ax tie P?cmm Office at Mai hew? C. M.. V?.. as &e?oc?ad-class matter. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News {tenas for these coi iimns will be appreciated Mr. E. M. Blake is in North Carolina this? week. Mr. J. V. Hudgins visited his patents at Diggs recently New Cosmopolitan, Life and other magazines at The Journal office. Mrs. Laura Parr?n ol South NoWolk. is visiting relatives on East River. Mr. Charlie Green has accept? ed a position with Mr. W. H. C. Murray at Williams Wharf. Th?ere will be a Xmas tree and entertainment at St.Paul's church on ihe evening of Xmas Day. The farm of Mr. C. R. Thomas on East River has b**en sold bv Mr. J. J. Burke to Mr. Bell of Richmond. Rev. Geo, Gowen will preach at Holly Grove church next Sun? day morning and at Oak Grove Sunday ni ;ht. Mr. Partridge', P. O. inspector, has been vi.?iting ?he ?i.onev or? der offices in the county dating the past week. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

W H^ l?k HAS BUEN ABOLISHID BY LAW M O N D, VA?3c ??U.I llf tl s as On IMittinc to ln-ruli. it is n? ask to lind t le facts and it it? a it that it will difficult, to *ay least, to c?>m?' out ui -ground . onclusions concei :ting the death penalty ? trying t with open mind in \ it?* our resd?ara to s id this Investigation. We gi\ -irle a ft ..lined fact?, down without any part?cula Wc mentioned last iode Island was among thi had ishe?! the death penalty. In ; ??ral, the statement holds go. d, but the: singular ?\ In the case of murder committed by already under lite sentence of imp: onment, the death sent Imposed. The theory of this seems lo be that, inasmuch as the offender ready und* r life B I additional punishm? : inflicted is death. has ever arisen in Rhode Island un? der this p. >. uliar law. In order to get at facts at hand, we have written to the se taries of States ?n each of th, Slates where capital punishment ha? : abolished. \\ ? asked these three qu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

$6,000 IN FURS STOLEN FROM STORE Accepted Theory Is That Out-of Town Professionals, Who Chose Only the Costly Skins, Made Rapid Get-Away in an Automobile. BICHIOKI), VA.?-Special. 1 be establisliiii?*iit of C liar les Hause & Sous, 1 urrier?, ?k*< upying th?? entire building, three doors and basement, at 119 West Broad Street, was robbed, presumably Sunday night, of furs and eking of various deocripnou, north 90,000. The robbery, which was coui tnllted, it la' believed, by profes? sionals, is one of the ?largest in tins city In recent years. F?trame wag eflected by the thi??\es?th?*re are believed to have li-een two or more?through a third-story rear window, which was reached by way of a lire escape. To reach the tire escape it was n?xt?ssary for the thieves ?to politically scale the building to the second floor, where acc?ess to -? iijii* was gained. The window, through which In* at ?me was liad, was pried open b> BmtsSSM ??>' what is kn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 12 December 1912

H VIH <?llO?B___j Al,!. kinds of hair on han?' order 3 made tu P<o?pado_r_? Puffs tlon guarantee?-. HUG! ?rth Third St., R HUB IT 01 WTBKRF^ ?IR OR cated?stiffness and muscles,or joints?rub Gr ?? and 1?< the pain disappears; all round liniment ?and beast; try it?u?"*_^^| to the right he'p; 25c be dr. Man-Ufa FRAYSKR & ! ? Wanted ! Ta? S? Wanle.1 uh i lured Free l*i?o;i Gr*? ti ??a. $600 Guaranteed ?600. Writ?? For Specinj, ? ":?r-.l !'r'>!?o?i|^H Piedmont BuBln??Sa ?-olleg Lynchburg:, Va. aninI?rST scores gaynor Hold!" New York (Inicial Responsible! for Mor*l Conditionn In City. Doesn't Blame the Polite. NEW YORK. Sp-aciaA. In his Tuai; giving sermon, preached in Hamilton UranKe Keturme.I Church, the a^^V Harold L. Paulson, pastor of the Washing-ton Heights Baptist '?hutch, attacked the language of Mayo- Uay nor's administration. The service was a union service of the Hamilton ?Jiang?. Reformed. Washington Heights Baptist, ?t. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

MATHEWS yO?RNA VOL DC MATHEWS C H. VA, THURS?AY, DECEMBER 19, 1912 ?*NO. 44 Monuments and Grave Stones in Marble and Granite MM re? aead aa?rU_-* la this '_* est ????? *??-*?-. M*n mre ttatac tbe fa T_ta?vator V.r >f??-aTL T_? Jatee?r -*a|rovs?1 aMr? sblaery trttb ****-*~a? oar nimm __^^^^^^^ ?r? claas as ta tara ??ark at tnum rseaosiabls prteee. Wa ?ay fraia-M one ?Ire gawabaJ ettea t?em ta aa-Hag _(way. *~s iiaiiiii-falHj l_?9Ma raa ?? aall a_*i may ci ear lar-i* ?vteefc ni *-eUb?d MME Msrntsm Mm rln^Mntm. If ?maMa ta sal? writs aa See ?satafcef-ee. LAWSON & NEWTON 11th Street and WtiUam Are. IWRFOL?, Vs. On mem Baaefc Cet IJaa, P-oaa ffCt. Clark Sash & Door Corporation FRANK T. CIXARK, P^dent Manufacturera, Jobber? and Dealers in SASH, ?X)OBS AND BT-H-TOS, ^^^^1 BUTLPEB'S HARDWARE, PLATE AND WINDOW 3LASS? PAINTS, OILS AND V.ARN1SHES, PORCH CX^-UMNS ?AND STAIR WORK, . NORFOr ri P. A. ST ARC K, Ps-n. No Mo in A ______ ? Sebsfae ticajft Gua*&am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

TOETARY WILSON'S REP?RT SKIWS GREAT GAINS IN AGRllCLTLRAL ?XfilB *,? VSII1M.H?, J>. C Su?cWrO.? After -i\t?-?"ii >?*!?rs, a reeord of tHsr?y|?f in the Cabinet, S????t?r?i*'*-ir.v Vcrlculti?? ?"? i-??n s??b?tiitt?'?l Friday to President Taft the annual r?-p<?rt lit* will make as head of the raited states De? part iin-nl of \ui"''*?ilturt?. The re? port is iii??r*? tha i a review of tl?e i?.i~i >i?ar'- work: it etmtains a simiiiiarv <?f tin? a-ria'iiltiiral ad? vance ??f tlic tt?uiitry during ?lit? ?.enor.-ible secretary's term ?>t pub lit "Tint* record of ??i.xtcoii fears bus bar*>j?n written," he It iKfjrlns witii yearly farm praxlmiion ?>f Sl.ono.ooo ?Mio ?mil eiuls with $9. r>32.U0U.(Mlo. si \u an years ago the farmer was a .i?ka? of the enrlcn lurlst; now In? ?_? like the stone that was r??j<??-i?**" by the builder and 'nnAi?????? ?he *??Sail of tin* corner.' ?*I'1m? till...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

II.MIMIIIHIIMMIIIIIII tf WM??? 8?H S?OHY ! TO BE DECIDED. By Joanua Single. Despite the holiday flatter o? a-vtloi" paiion in the oiiice, dusk and depres? sion came together for Mavis Covimj k as.arte closed her desk and prepared ft to leave with that quick, orderly Jn F teiliger.ce that made her a valuable i atjcretary. Stae dreaded holidays. Stili fi more she dreaded ?einj* qu?tions by her workmate? ?on the matter of cele? bra tin?* the day. [? la the dressinf ro?*?? ?slie slid swift? ly in'.o her ?lark blue coat and hat, tucked her curl.ng dark hair Into place b??neath a trim veil, and slipped down the ?side stair-way. She had a premo? nition founded on experience that Keith lao'wry would be not far from the front entrance. With a ?tt?e feeling ?o? escape she went a bfcook or two out o? hor way, and instead of taking a car set oui at a swift ?*_-ik for the yery comfort able bearding house will ah had shel? tered her for a year. She was nearly there when & man's swift ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

Ht JOURNAL? BSUED EVERY THUH?DAY ttoo ran vean ih advanoi W. M. WINTER KDITOR AND OWNIR Obituaries of 100 ??wd? printed tree f??r sub*Cribers, 0*t- iw words, fite cents per Une. Adrertisment, Job and news copv repared on treqiiest. Forms close Wednesday 10 a. tn. THURSDAY. DECRMBER 19, 1912. *'If, ? ritte ad of a Rem, or tven a flower, we could cast the j/ift of a i j-velv thought into the heart of a friend, that would be giving as the angel?) give."?Northumber? land Ecl.o. At the close of this, the most successful year in the history of The Journal, we desire to thank. most heartily, our friends and patrons for their kindly help and counsel and to wish them a Mer? ry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year Especial? ly do we desire to thank our cor? respondents for their gteat assis? tance in our wrrk. We are well aware that a news? paper can only attain real success through the patronage of the pub? lic, freely given, and are corres ppndingly grateful for favors re , ceived....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

THE JOURNAL Entered at tie Pom Office at Matthews C. H.. Va., as s?rcood-class matter. * ? ' ? '-' ? ~-. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1912. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS News items for these col? umns will be appreciated Mr. Will Enos of Franklin, Va. is visiting his parents at Traders. New Cosmopolitan! Life and other masa-Tines at The Journal office. Mr. A. D. Hudginsof Norfolk, is the guest of his parents at Port H ay wood. Mrs. William R. Varshall of Norfolk is visiting at the heme of Mr. T. D. Hudgins. The Mathews Civic League will meet on next Friday after? noon, December 20. Capt. Jim Hall cf Baltimore, soent a few davs recently v*itb TJis parents on East River. ,-C_Mr. W. A. Shield of Eastern Shore, is with his son. Mr. W. L. Shield, at the Adams farm. . There will be a Christmas en? tertainment at***--Central church on the night of Friday, Dec 27. There wil? be a Xmas enter? tainment at Macedonia Baptist church on Thursday night, Dec. 26. Miss Mary Butler is expected to return this week from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

? Christmas ?s about tihe ?gil ?Ba_b_u?n?*?_s tsar?? t? ?Tie. brief lioU's down s*t that h? hi? ir. ?lairs in trurcks, cu'rn_f< o aid not ,e ground eat addition to >ne*a down. r?_s and Impa rned the 1. , quite for?get ra-igbten-ad out nd ts-s*-?-*' ting his late <irJtninderstc>od 01 ones in t_tc easy, yet foix*eP_l n_MUier ttvat liad won for h_m tauny pTarno tions in lo? s? the egress <xm pany. The utpetairs cl-erks l?aft the otBteu at aal hour, ?but <*tov ry d^artaoen i*np_?o_ in the wo wor?_? With his mic<?fiaeor, ok down his hart and stArted for the door. i-ioM on .ou te on-1 goi: ? m turkey?" -?C*j*??"-**i *e," said the new c ?*-piea_e oi?wp__. provemenfandS us we p'**^**-*?s_ "?**-' this peoijVvj %,'-, - up but ?_<?_ . vas a was put him out an you u_c too. and i a rioon." A newspaper lay on k and, not knew lag what eine to ?do, Peter wrapped It around the turkey aa far as ?t would go, and we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

MANY HURT IN "L" TRAIN CRASH TU! -? IN JURI \* ? HI' FIRK .'ROM TI1IH1> HAIL. NI -?pecial?On the high? est ? *ev lund, a I Ninth Avenue "L" train intoa stalled ?south ind Co persons ?r was avert- ? prompt work of s, and police reserves .is soon as the crash was he passengers on n ???rambled fr??m the wreck and .?vex rt station reet. The injured were cared for by phy? sician?- hurriedly called to the scene. IN TRAaJaTlNG AT 15 TO II \KY \K1> AND YA1.1 I IIIOAGO, Special? Fowler Mc r-old son of k, and grandson of j i 1er, is going to be a baseball pitcher. Some day he will rank, among the wealthiest men of a but now, and in aecord th his father's wishes, he Is the art of throwing 'Teelers" under the direction of Mordecal wn. long the mainstay of the Cubs. Harold '.s a graduate of Princeton University. Ft intends that Fowler shall attend Princeton, earn a place on the varsity nine and itsmen of Yale and Har? vard. Young McCormick will be the 'willing pupil of "Pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 19 December 1912

QMM?SSiON TO RULE WIRELESS bitKUto UFttULilu ?IJ??C8 OF W IEC?REB Wl E CONTESTED rglnla liier?. he ?E EKN3BWS LOCK IN SENATE m Jilt MY TO AGREE m PEACE ?n^a^e-nsat st StA. Said to ? Greatest Naval Battle the War Is Now portea to Be in Pr0.gTe.s5 Hpeclal.?I*T*el i n d i ? - ? s w-tre held by the .reo-Balkan ?????et* wnich w>U be Honrdaj*. dgarian?-, who arrived ?orulnjf, g**h?p?e?*xl with .lunteu?r*g? his at the where tBe Bulgers quarter?-?-?.!, while the Turks v arito?:. The Turk to Kng?&nd st? ing; ot the Turk ?ud after It was gram was Utopie. meetings It was another ?**?*s*-i<es of he held to the Anal plans opening of the ?r-sace will be made. 6*r*e-r*k ami Turk? wire engag?*<i in bat land and sea was re? ihe d?eleg?t?ra with bat none wouki ?pon lt ?f the advices telling IS Still ?BX the tireeks will take peace ?jaicre-a*?. It r-ied that the Turks ?had <> drafts for submls Balkan plenlpot?ea ?*T which r?*jecu?d the...

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