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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

THE COFFEE WITH TWO MILLION FRIENDS ' i TWO MILLION CUPS DRUNK DAILYi LUZIANNE COFFEE -AMERICAS FOREMOST BRAND ??_ A high-?rode, oodmm erith ?little ?ommoninff, as petr formulo from which the WORLD FAMOUS NEW ORLEANS CREOLE COFFEE it m?de THE REILY-TAYLOR CO AjSK YOUR GROCER *~*'M\ \J\S. p NEW ORLEANS. LA. K*-__4 WILL SLAUGHTER ALL YANKEE PIGS Ail Americans Who Helped Revo? lutionists in Nicaragua to Be Put to Death. NEW ORLEANS, LA.?Special. A dispatch rceelvcxl from Bluc flekls, Nicaragua, ttiis morning says: "American r?esldcnts her?* have received let tern, siuugglcti tlirough from Managua, tleolaririf all "Yankee piss' who helped General letrada in the revolution will Ik? slaughtered when Presi? dent Madrix's army reaetie-s Blue fields. HRR OKI s|l a WATVD TO MAKK MAGIC CITY NEW YORK?Special?In her studio in the Lincoln ?Sanara Arcad? Building, on upper i'.roadway. betw<aen ?Sixty? fifth and Sixty-six I h Streets, Miss S. Mary Norton ham an uncommonly at? tractive "o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 February 1910

? NTS h\ir i.uons. Thia ? t of Haii on )?? taocm iB^aarau'.cit Hl'i 209 North ? bird St.. Richmond, Va. I? K MISTS. aw you are In Ki'hmond (all at . ROOMS, old Fostofl?e. 1009 E Main eat Examinations and estimates ft*- CARDS?Flow, red, Birthday, irlatuias, New Year, or assorted? do2eu. Bibles, Teatamenta, Gosv **\ ll> ums. Pardle ?v Company, D?? ferlaient C 410 Monroe St.. Rich '""--itginia. > teniM ? REAL ESTATE. ? for aale or exchange In all ' A of Virginia. We Introduce and seller and ?1?> business on commission basis. We have form?-^uy era for Umber land and still Kt?h water front. W.H.JETER, the open air ^aitl st UiYhmond, Va. and while thai edly threw a h water over my br'_ ., ..... me to ?iiajs^niy brkHAND BAGSand batneaca^rand as my Lany quantity; lnju*vu bj the Call, it ma?AG lO, Isnsgtet d ? ^??are my suffer,?, .. der - j, r- -*?" Wfc.u by the '? BSagMINfl CITY Oil rol NTKY ural p-or everybody. Why pay rent ^?.?..> ; ou can own y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

* the matheWs IjoiIrnAC .^ VOL VII. MATHEWS C H.. VA.. THURSDAY, MARCH 24. VIO. un i* Ik ? MUMFORD. Pre?. SANDS SMITH. Vice-Pros. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. The L. E. MU1V?FORD BANKING CO. Paid Up Capital $120,000 Surplus and Undiaided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., V?.3 Sottclts the ??counts of Arms and Individuals and offer? to eue torn ors ?rary accommodation consistent with good banking Interest Allowed On Savings Account?. All Honey In Tanlt Cot ered Hr Burglar Insurance. Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords j??? W? PWae You. TeB Other?: If Not. Tall Mo PP SERVED AT ALL HOURS] JO RIDANT LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE 0 Cor. Bank and H?l Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Best REGULAR Meal served in the City. Breakfast 23c. Dinnei 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient. desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS P. JORDAN and attentive service. ^ OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ^ OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO Schedule...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

Wess.t* ALUfUKS SIIK AtTKD ?> Wir* WITH THE LITTER'S CO* SE XT. sllas Kuth Spluks' cou lest for a wid? ow's dower in the $3.000.000 estate left ay Will Ism Arrott when he died last July will be tried In a I'ittsburg court beginiitag Monday Miss Spluks does not claim to have been married to Arrott. nor will she deny that Arrott's eral widow is liv? ing, but she claims that for Barrel years previous to his death she per? formed the duties of wile and nurse to Arrott. with the full consent of Mrs William Arrott. who has for Urn arg been one of the ?? .-.l leaders of Ptttaburg. She ??? <at Mrs. Arrott signed pape. ..sing r-ot to omlflsl her or Arn, . any w., Miss Spinks alleges that Arrott made a will providing amply for her, and that it hag keen either lost or con <1 by fi ?ends of the Arrott family. Sin? has issued citations demanding that eleven persona, Including Um Mrs Arrott, come into conii on Mon? day and swear us to whether they have km" ! havin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

fu COMPARISON LUZIANNE COFF?E Always FRESH in it? air-tight can : No DUST Always STRONG : Always PROPERLY BLENDED. Always of UNIFORM QUALITY: Always satisfactory PsaW cos? a tittta biabar, but tup-cost *?ry much tower. BULK or Loose -COFFEE oose nR V Often stale from tipotivr ; Often contains dust : S?Uom straws; : Nev? ar uniform ; Haphazardly blooded : Never satisfartery to any one who KNOWS what* best. Pound-cost * little lower, hot cup-cos* "ry much higher. ?nlhe lw< Make a wiw man's choice between THE RE1LY-TAYLOR CO. ????? NEW ORLEANS. U. S. A. ? '< J FIGURE SUCCESSOR TO JOHN DANIEL Venerable Member Tells Why He Offered Resolution Yesterday in Connection With Major Dan? iel?Nice Constitutional Point Is Debated. RICHMOND. VA. ? Special. ? Although there was a wide differ? ence of opinion us to certain consti? tutional questions that might arise in case Senator Daniel midnight, the Virginia Legislatur? adjourned Bine die Thursday morning shortly before ll o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

=?=! _y Y THUKSDA1 * ?l.OP Per Year IC ?dvs W. M. M ?ntbr. Editoi aod Owner. 1 ?hituari?? C oi only be iuaevteO as paid 11 w?tich a charge of live cents pe? line is made? 1 ' > nmunications advocating candi ?1 ites f>r office will l>- charsfed i->r at regular Hne rates for advertising. Reading^notices 10 vents per line. Contract rates furnished on appli? cation. All transient advertisements will be charged for at the rate of 50 cts. pci inch for the first insertion, 25 cts per inch for each subse<pjent insei lion when no change is made. Thk Joi'kw!. would be Rre^htly in? debted t?,- its correspondents ?? thev will mail their news Utters ??o i- I ^ch this office before Wednesday ino-, A great many items have to n*published or ?arr*etl over until ??iC* ,m , ,( DM lowing week and be stale read testab'^ because they do not ?each this 000,000?dice in time. ^ paper \rr?.tt a .THURSDAY. MAR. 24. 1910. ? (hor will-_? ptoSMfe 3 ft at* 's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

-*1 ' ctx 3ournal. Entered at th Pern office at Mathews H.. Va., a?* second-cla*s matter. APPOINTMKNT? ON MATHKWS CIRCUIT. Mar. 6th. Salem, il A. M. M V Bethel. 3 P M. '? 13th. Central, n A. M. " " Salem. 3 P. M " 2othfc Hethel. n A. M. Central. 3 P. M. " 27th. Salem. 11 A. M. M %* Beth?J. 3 F. M. APPOINTMENTS ON KASTMATH KWS CIKOtJlT FOR FKKUAKY, MARCH, APRIL, AND MAY. St.Pauls il A.M ist and3dSnn. 3 P.M- 2d M 4th ?' Beulah 11 A.NI. 2d " 4th M 3 P.M. ist " 3d M St. PauVs 11 A. M and Beulah 3 P. M ou 5th Sun. in May. Services in Holy Week and on Easter, Mon. before Easter, St. John's Church 3:30 P. M. Tuesday before Easter, St. John's Church 3:30 P. M. Wednesday before Easter, Christ Church 3 P. M. Maundy Thursday 7.30 P. M. ad? ministration of the Lord's Supper St. John's Church. Good Friday, March 2<Uh. Trinitv Church. 10:30 A. M. Christ " ?P.M. St. John's " 7:30 P. M. Easter Even. Saturday, at our homes. Easter Dav. St. John's Church 6 A. M. *' Christ ChurchHoly Commun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

Kirr Wan HOW F SEEMS IMMINENT Tauft Taft Seek* ta Arert Grow ' fesc TwnNf Between Y ni ted Statte* and raaada, *aNY, N. Y ? Sp?cial?One of oat Important of the !nt?>rna ^bl?m? with which President ift has had to deal came to a head Hard ay. when the President was ex? uded to settle the matter of the trade 'irions and the tariff between rana and the United States. conference arranged for r> ' ???I th? Minister of finance, W. S. Id i ne. is the last phase of the n< Hatl'-:is th" two ??overn ts according to present Inf?rma? me? was in ? that i ?t'air * merican >n seat to Ottawa. lays the out . irk, there was ion this mors ins that an apree whlch woutd tariff ?"""* 1 ! speedily. ween the Dominion ould menu: would apply th< to lish ? . and Ird less, h ?.-i.il int. i ? tde to uflftld turn to Bril fSOOOa A pa on of ' :1 eM)orts ,'?|j American paper ^ %">?j?j?1 pulp supply and Titian ir?-?:i and steel in nler Radian nickel or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

jtfl* *aa H st? ?j&u Slauri Tennetaee Town. HaMss ar% numerous at Lofton, ., aad are "selling readily on the market at 10 cents a dozen." ac eordle* to a Murfreesboro special to the Nashville American. It should be explained that the robins are not so numerous a? they used to be, for the ?act that they sell for 10 cents a dozen has induced many men and boys to engage in the wholesale slaughter of Hie birds. Thousands or the robins, the spe? cial says, gather in the cedars to roost, and hunting parties go in the night and capture and kill them in large numbers. One party caught 2,600 birds In one night. One hunter caught 377 birds in one tree. It is estimated that 150.000'have been killed within the last three weeks. It Is great sport ?and the robins sell fee- 10 cents a dozen. That is the way fn which wild bird life is be:ng protected in some ?parts of this great country. ;h<- robin if a beautiful and harm is Wird. Ho is an indefatigabue de royer TA insect pes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 24 March 1910

r 'KST JSkRia f HA K DRJ8SSIN?. All Ifefair |?b hand or made to fiaanjAtnndjs Into Switches, 1rs, PnfTs, etc. Satisfaction ttsed HTt!HB8. 299 North iySt. fUohruond, Ta. I>EST :hsbn old Post Examination* ucsd oaaT at AX. ROOMS? too? a. Main d estimate? BBAL BSTATE. for sale or exchange in all of Virginia, We introduce and seller and do business on commisaiou basis. We hare rnyera imber land and tb w: t V,. H.JKTEB, E. MLain SU K ich moud. Va. -SECOND-HAND BAGS and ^P; anjB^kind; any quantity; I^gansisBssV< D BAG CO., fhmon.l. Va. POINIUY fy- pay rent own hon s than reh ?si a fa fUdJ e tor ?l you can ^?ihtbJy payiml ^^B build or bu? ^How you to pay for saim1 Tor each $1,000. Yoi r*? per tnontv - simple Stop, thin irmation in r e to our , iddress L.V1DSON ^^^P% cf ' ce building ^^H*. Vs. Agents wanted. tra Coa' A. J Inxrad, Va clean. Any : ,;??? CIX3AKS. loan and dye. N. r.TH ST.. ing cleanable '.yab?e we dye. LYSER'S Ni:RVR AND BONE MBNT. HE of ft a '>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

M A THEW^ J?UKML^ MATHEWS C H., VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1910. NO. 17. * m. MUIIFORD, Pr?s. 8ATDC SMITH, Vlce-PresR P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. y The L. E. MUinFORDa BANKING CO. Paid Up Capital $120,000 "/? Sarplas and Undiaided Profits, $75,000 ^T^ MATHEWS C. H., VA" [cits the accounts of firms and in< vidual* ?nrt offers to customers commodatlon consistent with good bank Interest Allowed On Sstings A<covnt8. All Money In Tanlt Cor ered By BoT'ar Insuranoe, Hours: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Satu days, 9 A. M. to 12 M All the Delicacies of the Season Ae Market Affords W.^Vos.TsiiOlKer.^Nol.T.UM. R]DAN'S DIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S OTEL CAFE Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. AMOS P. JORDAN X? OPEN DAY B? REGULAR Meal served in the City. ! B?afast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper,25c. I Gid clean comfortable beds. Convenient. able, refined location. Quick, polite ai) attentive service. i ai) atteni NIGHT saS-> OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Schedule Retneen^prfolk ard M? STEAMER ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

^?ffinfuf^?Mf WS ( K\t w rwo \ vi i i> AM? t.n \\> vv intM MM WOKTH. KIIIIMOM). V V. SPECIAL. Combining simplicity o? method with a cunning born of long ex? perience in crime, thieves last uight or early this morning rob? bed the vault in the -office of Cashier W. McKim Marriott at the Richmond postoffice of stamps estimated to be worth at least JB.OOO and likewise wr!ked off gSWth $160 in cash. W^ For audacity the f iX was al? most without parallel ; for the ease with which it was accomplished, it was little short of marvelous, and for magnitude, it stands first in the post bellum robberies of Virginia. Nor did the thieves apparently leave behind them any traces of their identity. The work they did was clean cut and trim?perhaps artistic would be the better word ?and it seems to have been ac? complished without any nervous tension whatever on the part of the offenders. After the yegrgmen had once gained entrance to the room their task was easy; in fact, so sim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

'RIES 0 F COSTA ?A AND PANAMA [nox*s Important Services Southern -neighbors. [nox has performed a >rtant service, primarily Lrly to two of our South but generally to the iternational amity. In ar the final arbitration of it boundary dispute between Costa Rica. The case which has been debated for a hundred years, and which, had its origin at a still earlier md to settle which many well efforts have been made, and (tory affords an illustration of beneficent application and Stations of arbitration bet ign States. Spanish times the boundary between the two provinces was never defined,r and accordingly when Panama and Cet. Irai America establish? their indepenc**jnce the question aros? .vhere the bouijdary should be. After Pan . ?ama had cast in her lot with Colum? bia there wees many negotiations lie latter country ami Costa Rica, which were fruitless. In 1886. Indeed, the matter was submitted to Alfonso XII of Spain for arbitiation, and on his death the work was com? pleted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

W. M. Mi?-miR. Editor and Owner. Obltnarum and resolutions of r?e?t?ect oui only be inserted as Jfaid matter (or which a charge *A fi\e cents |?er line i? m.ide. Communication?! advocating candi ?Jatcs for office will be charged for at regular line rate? few advertUm?. a Keadinjr, notices 10 cents per line. Contract rate?? furnished on appli? cation. All transient adrertisement? will be ?chanced for at the rate of SO cts. per ?Heb for the first insertion, 25 cts. per ?ach few each subsequent insertion ?\ben no change is made. Tus Jockkal would be greatly in ?debteu to its corrcspoudcuts if thev wilt mail their news letters so as to Teach this office before' Wednesday imornin*T. A ?treat many items have to US unpublished or carried over until the following- week and be stale read? .tug because they do not ?each thin -office in time. THURSDAY. APR. 7. 1910. A question of greater moment to the county of Matthews than is realized by a majority of her citi? zens, will be settled tomorrow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

XLb< 3ournat. Bntere<l at tl P?*m OtVice at Mathewi H.. Va., a* second-claaa matter. APPOINTMENTS OH MATHF.WS CIRVUIT. Apr. io?.h bethel. M Central. " 17th Salem, ?* M liethel. ?* 24th ?Centr?t *' Saletn. H A. M. 3 P. M. M A.M. 3 r\ M. M A. M. 1 P. M. APPOINTMENTS ON KAsTMATH KWS CIRCUIT FOR KKKUAKY, MARCH. APRIL, AND MAY. St.Paul's 11 VM ist and^dSun. 3 P.M. 2d " 4th '* Beulah 1 1 A.M. 2d " 4th " 3 P.M. ist " |d M St. Paul's 11 A.M. and lieulah 3 P. M on 5th Sun. in Mav. THURSDAY. APR. 7. '.Vln. LOCAL ITEMS. orsonal Montions Anmiul Matliows and Yirinitv. Ml. Taylor Garnett spent a day in the county this week. Miss Mabel Foster is in lialti tnore this week. Miss Jessie Wo ?Isvard of Ports? mouth is visiting the hoineot Mr. A. J. Millsr. Pok Sale?A bumfV good as new cheap. Apply Joiknal Okfici-:. io-7-if. Mr. an i Mrs. Stephen Ad.mis of Hu?iuins. left Monday (or a trip to Norfolk. Mr. Marshall White has retur? ned to his luine after and extend ded stay in Baltim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

FOODS AL FRESCO ^ ON N. Y. STREETS Pities That R?tala Pr?stino Simplicity of Succol? nt -Hot Bog.** Sidewalk restaurants and street TBDders of comestibles piny no such conspicuous part in the ?ife of the public ways as once they did, ?nd that not so Ion?; ago. Perhaps tlie city has grown moro dignified, fore regard? ful of apoparances. No matter what the reason, no longer do folks' walk abroad in cti teousness munoh the bright rod apple or making naselvea perfectly ridiculous with sn ear of corn, each in its season. The critical historian will probably asso? ciate tii' nee of highway sssals with the ?-uactment of the ordinance curbing the citizen's rights in the disposition of banana peels. Yet not altogether acishsd are these open-air Basalt ?inancial district, the juvenih on on the curb make hearty lui.? neons from an assortment of tins, "hot dog" the sta? ple, drak-red frankfurters in a split roll, food ror an open countenance. The initial block of Ann street in the noon hour pro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

^as j "?*s ?*?? The ministers ofimeV lield a meeting of nio^H hour and a hair, and aH the question or b?^iiinlng^SsasHga option campaign of ?Education. Tliat is to ?say, some of the mem? bers of the clergy disc u.sse?d tho niatter. When Tho Journal made a count of UkS ministers in at? tendance he iounci seventeen. The report of the SjpeCsSJ < om mittee of tve was read. An effort was made lo prevent considera? tion by a motion to adjourn, made by the Itcv. .Mr. ?Lirace. Then an effort was made to send the report t?? the various church bottles i?) be eofaasdered b.v Mu? ministers miuI a vote lak.-n b.v each denomina(ion. This was voted clow it. Thon came a prop? osition to table the reiK?rt, ami defeat met that. The ministers refused ??> take an] stand on .the question of a local op tion election. They or?lered that th? report be sent to the next meeting o the Ministerial Union for considera tion. The real feature <>f the meet ing was the un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 7 April 1910

ANTS HAH C'OOBS. THE I.A la HAIR DR1 All of Hair on hand or made to r. Combings made lato Switches, afSBBSBBdDurs, I ?tisfsctliin ssBsjraateed ?>? North Bt.. Richmond, Va DEJTINTS. you are in Richmond eall at 801TTHERN I ROOM8, old rostofnee. L?tM E. Main Examinations and estimates ? SEAL ESTATE. for sale or exchange In all of Virginia. We introduce Savyai and sellar and do business commission basis. We have buyers for timber land and with water front W. H. JETER, 4% *Da, 111? E. Msls SU, Kichmoad, Va. WAI 11 h 11 OV ERCOATS. OjOAKS, sssi Opera Coats to dean and dye. ssRB. A. J. PYLE, 316 N. 5TH ST., assehmond, Ya. Anything cleanable sss dean. Anything dyable we dye. ?MONET TO LOAS" farm land and city property. Interest, ? to pay off. WILLIAMSON ft SI TION, IS Cha m lier of Commerce, Riehmond. Va. LB? YOU HAVE CATaJUOM almost universal bane of man Then use Dr. Christian's CSr Balm. Guaranteed to cure. Free asoaple Write Dr. J. M. Christian. Usai lhurst, Ga. VstAYSER'S NER...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 April 1910

THE MATHEWS VOL. VII. MATHEWS C H., VA., THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910. MUMFORD, Pres. SANDS 8MITH, Vice-Prea. J. P. NOTTINGHAM. CASH. The L. E. MUMFORD BANKING CO. Paid Dp Capital $120,000 [Surplus and Undiuided Profits, $75,000 MATHEWS C. H., VA. ?fften 1 lclts the accounts of firms and individuals and amers te customers accommodation consistent with good banking; Interest Allowed On Savings Accoflhts. All Honey la Taalt Cot ?red By Bnrsjflr I an ara a ce. Hot?: 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. Saturdays, 9 A. M. to 12 M All tke Delicacies of the Season the Market Affords Wi PUraee You. Tefl Othera: If Not. Tnll Ma ZJ SERVED AT ALL HOURS JORDAN'S LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HOTEL CAFE Cor. Bank and Hill Streets, NORFOLK, VA. Best REGULAR Meal served in the City. Breakfast 25c. Dinner 25c. Supper 25c. Good clean comfortable beds. Convenient, desirable, refined location. Quick, polite AMOS P. JORDAN ?nd attentive service. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT ?? f OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. Scindai? Between Norfolk and Mstb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mathews Journal — 14 April 1910

-SAYS EVIL GENIUS KILLED RUTH WHEELER Aasest W Welter. Charges With the *? arder. Makes Strange?t Defense Ever Heard NBW YORK. 8peclal Thsstrangeat ?defense ever advanced In a murder case was presented Wednesday when Albert "W. I ired In his ?.-?>i 1 In the Tombs thai .1 man wh<> had been hi? " during th?' time he has been in kille?! thirteen yeax-old Kuth Wheeler in ihe Wolter apartment, at 224 I tifth ? "This man would stop .it nothing," BBtd v<. "He sained a an I ago. He atened tn<-, browbeat me, black ? el he ??i? to 1?k< ase % ry much ha ?n \ limits basing kill? <i Ruth v. in- ?rill sa\a m? when "I ?lon't care about ' nit t<> have him 1? only i . whom "I first mel ? lsi.imi. with my y to me. fro. Pinally >ll?- of awe? sent t >> prli on ; and blackmi him was the daj ' '? ?? ?t)? Wh lost her life. Then I was srrested, charged with killing Ruth Whe? W...

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